The writer retired as General Officer Commanding-in-Chief of the Indian army’s Northern Command
India might lose the cyber space face-offs unless IT infrastructure of the military is indigenised soon.
There is a concerted effort to pressurise J&K police. Security forces must not fall into trap of a tit-for-tat fight
Cyber warfare is a growing threat — countries like China are expanding their capabilities. India must prepare for every eventuality, with the military at the forefront.
India must negotiate US-China rivalry based on nothing but its self-interest.
Can the civil society of J&K take a leading role to stem the slide of its youth towards radicalisation?
India’s future global status will be determined by its competition with China
Government must think about tougher challenge in J&K — killing terrorism, not just terrorists
Those who invoke Israeli army example in J&K must educate themselves about its code of ethics
Let us not look for final solutions — just a way to bring back a semblance of calm. Trust the army to do its job, including dealing with any aberrant behaviour