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REFORMS IN INDIA'S HIGHER DEFENCE MANAGEMENT
                          REFORMS IN
INDIA'S HIGHER DEFENCE MANAGEMENT The existing higher defence management
system of the country continues to be unresponsive and indifferent to
the needs of the armed forces and the material state of the military
and its...
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Sino-Indian Relations and Future Prospects
SINO-INDIAN RELATIONSHIP IN TRANSITION
AND FUTURE PROSPECTS. India was the first nonsocialist
country to recognize the Peoples Republic of China on its founding.
It supported china's efforts to join the United Nations and during
the Korean war it maintaine...
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Evolution of the Gorkha Regiments in the Indian Army
The Evolution of Gorkha Regiments
of the Indian Army -- 1816 to date. It was
some two hundred years ago that the Gorkhas, under Kazi Amar Singh
Thapa had fought the Anglo- Gorkha wars of 1814-15. These wars
culminated in a decisive battle with the forces of...
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Security Situation in Afghanistan
SECURITY SCENARIO IN
AFGHANISTAN AND PROSPECTS FOR COLLABORATION By Lt General Chandra
Shekhar (Retd), Indian Army INTRODUCTION In Oct 2001, the USA,
declared war on Taliban and Al Qaeda and ordered military action in
Afghanistan. The Taliban were overth...
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COS of HQ Western Command; GOC of Chetak Corps and Sudarshan Chakra Corps.
As my turn came for promotion to Lieutenant General, I was
informed by the COAS, General Rodrigues, during a visit to HQ 15 Corps that he
had earmarked me to take over command of 15 Corps in July 1993. Since I had
already done over two years as COS at the s...
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In view of the current happenings, and keeping in mind future possibilities.
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AN AMICABLE SOLUTION TO THE J&K ISSUE
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dispute between India and Pakistan over Kashmir stretches back to 1948 and the
problem has been further complicated by the Pakistan sponsored insurgency after
1989 -90. The dispute is not only a territorial and a political problem, but
also an emotive...
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