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C. Uday Bhaskar

The writer is Director, Society for Policy Studies, New Delhi.

Bhagat Singh’s Nationalism
Wed, Mar 23, 2016

It was very different from the version that prevails on his 85th death anniversary.

The greyest of the Grey Eagles
Mon, Oct 19, 2015

Admiral Ram Tahiliani was a role model for the fraternity of sailors.

Express Blogs
Rathore ‘covert’ remarks: India needs to focus more on strategic communication
Tue, Sep 08, 2015

Strat com is now a universally recognized and respected tool in the national quiver and the rapid advances in cyber and media technology has only made this skill-set that much more relevant.

The Farkhunda shame
Fri, Mar 27, 2015

Women pallbearers of her coffin have signalled a new moment in Kabul.

Missing a defence minister
Thu, Sep 04, 2014

National security management needs a comprehensive review.

Soldier,scholar,institution builder
Mon, Aug 05, 2013

Air Commodore (retired) Jasjit Singh,who passed away on Sunday,August 4,in Gurgaon will be long-remembered as a pioneer of Indian defence and security studies

Pioneer of Navy’s aviation arm
Mon, Jun 03, 2013

Admiral ‘Miki’ Roy,who passed away last week. will be long remembered for his varied and valuable contribution to the Indian Navy and the nation

Unassuming,yet a visionary
Fri, Oct 28, 2011

With Admiral Oscar Stanley Dawson’s death in Bangalore on Sunday,the flag has been lowered on the last of the World War II veterans who burnished the office of the Chief of Naval Staff.

Best-selling,even after 70
Sat, Jul 09, 2011

Remembering Narendra Singh Sarila — diplomat,industrialist,historian.

In case of attack
Sat, Apr 18, 2009

In his characteristically reticent manner,Prime Minister Manmohan Singh admitted on Friday that India had “not been very successful in warding off terrorist attacks...

Baghdad’s unending blood bath
Fri, Nov 24, 2006

Given the increasing spiral of daily violence in Iraq in recent months, one more day of sectarian killings does not make major news any more.

Tactical gain, strategic blunder
Tue, Aug 29, 2006

It would be fair to assume that a military that can take out Bugti can do the same with bin Laden

Intel inside: securing IT cities
Fri, Dec 30, 2005

Bangalore's prestigious Indian Institute of Science (IISc) was the venue of an attack by an unidentified gun-toting killer on December 28. D...

Idea of Bangladesh. Unrealised
Fri, Dec 16, 2005

Thirty four years ago, on December 16, Dhaka was liberated and the surrender by the Pakistani military symbolised the victorious culmination...

Why Delhi 10/29 should react like London 7/7
Sun, Oct 30, 2005

New Delhi, which has already been scarred by the Parliament attack in December 2001, joins the list of major capitals and cities that have b...

Let’s talk about Hiroshima
Sat, Aug 06, 2005

A few years ago I attended a Pugwash Conference on nuclear disarmament in Europe and part of the interaction was with a group of school chil...

Read the tea leaves of Trafalgar
Sat, Jul 02, 2005

The one-armed picture of Lord Nelson, perhaps the most celebrated and eulogised of British seafarers, is synonymous with the victory at Traf...

The filmmaker we love to forget
Fri, May 27, 2005

Time magazine’s list of 100 all-time favourite movies culled from across the world ranges from a Charlie Chaplin of 1931 (City Lights) ...

Father, dearest
Sat, May 07, 2005

An arangetram is the first public performance by a Bharatanatyam student. One attends many arangetrams but you prepare for your own daughter...

World according to ERIC
Fri, Dec 03, 2004

When my wife went to the US for her PhD and I had to manage two mutinous kids — who were then eleven and nine, respectively — I fe...

Celebrating Bapu
Sat, Oct 02, 2004

October 2 is not the same without Gandhi ‘tata’ (grandfather in Telugu) to scold us” said Sambasiva Rao, the senior auto-rick...

These macabre rhythms
Fri, Sep 10, 2004

The gruesome terrorist tragedy that struck a school in Beslan in Russia provides the most recent addition to a bloody backdrop to review th...

Freedom is a kite
Fri, Aug 15, 2003

I always found the little urchin at the Khan Market-Lodi Road intersection and he had a chirpy presence that was compelling. Weaving through...