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Surgical strikes: Political involvement is what separates the latest operation from the others

Surgical strikes: Political involvement is what separates the latest operation from the others
PM Narendra Modi. Away from the increasing politicisation of the recent surgical strikes that the Indian armed forces conducted across the Line of Control (LoC), one aspect that is not properly highlighted in our discourse on the subject is the fact that it was a “strategic decision” — a decision taken at the highest level of the political leadership of the country (involving the Prime Minister of India). Such strikes, as the Congress rightly... 

Surgical strikes during UPA time were cross-border ops: Former DGMO refutes P Chidambaram’s claims

Surgical strikes during UPA time were cross-border ops: Former DGMO refutes P Chidambaram’s claims
Refuting Congress‘ claims of surgical strikes in 2013 during UPA rule, the former DGMO of the Indian Army, from 2012 to 2014, Lt Gen Vinod Bhatia, has clarified that the surgical strikes conducted by the Indian Army on 29 September, post Uri attacks were different from the one Congress claims were conducted. Representational image. In an interview with NDTV, on Wednesday, the former DGMO rubbished Congress’ claims of ‘surgical strikes’... 

Surgical strikes: India has enough evidence to counter Pakistan’s claims

Surgical strikes: India has enough evidence to counter Pakistan’s claims
The burden of proof always rests on the claimant. This is one of the most basic principles of logic. The person or party making a claim has to provide substantial evidence backing that claim, irrespective of any counter-claims made. But things are never this simple in international diplomacy, especially when it comes to India-Pakistan relations. The discussion around the evidence for the surgical strikes conducted by the Indian Army against terror... 

BJP Gains In Rajya Sabha Elections, Kapil Sibal Wins From UP

BJP Gains In Rajya Sabha Elections, Kapil Sibal Wins From UP
NEW DELHI: BJP has managed to narrow the gap with the Congress in Rajya Sabha, where it is in a minority, after winning 11 of the 27 contested seats in seven states. 30 candidates were elected unopposed to the Upper House in the remaining eight states. The Congress, the largest party in the House, faced stiff competition from independents backed by the BJP. BJP Gains In Rajya Sabha Elections In a contest watched most keenly, Congress’ Kapil... 

NCP hit out at Congress, praises Narendra Modi

NCP hit out at Congress, praises Narendra Modi
The Congress was in for a shock when its ally the NCP criticized them for its misrule and ineptitude. What’s more, NCP leader and Union Minister Praful Patel also praise Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi. “If Narendra Modi won in Gujarat because of the division of secular votes, it is time to introspect why it happened,” Patel said adding that people trust Modi.  Patel said that the reason why the NCP candidates lost in Gujarat... 

Ahmed Patel takes on Narendra Modi

Ahmed Patel takes on Narendra Modi
Ahmed Patel is widely been regarded as one of the most influential men in the Congress, but prefers to keep away from the limelight. However, Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi’s continuous attack on the part, more so its first family, has forced Patel to take up the battle on behalf of the beleaguered party and most importantly Sonia Gandhi. “He is politically targeting Congress president and Rahul (Gandhi) because he wants to hide... 

Rahul Gandhi as a PM: It’s all about numbers

Rahul Gandhi as a PM: It’s all about numbers
That Rahul Gandhi is the crown prince of the Congress has never been in doubt. But now, there is a clear sign from the party that Rahul Gandhi has become the next prime ministerial candidate of Congress. Party spokesperson P.C. Chacko said in media that Rahul will lead UPA’s campaign in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections and take up an ‘important responsibility’ in the party very soon. However, the party is not going to project him... 
 
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