Dear Veterans, I am a citizen of India and the wife of a veteran. Sharing some thoughts that came to my mind after reading your letter. You are ‘not affiliated with any single political party‘ but I am not affiliated with ANY political party. Your commitment is only to the
Every year Kargil Vijay Diwas brings in the mixed feelings of pride and pain, loss, and gain. It has been 18 years today when the Indian army achieved victory over infiltration of Pakistani soldiers through Operation Vijay. National Highway 1D, connecting Srinagar to Leh cuts through Kargil. The area of
A few days back when International Court of Justice stayed the death penalty given to Kulbhushan Jadhav by a military court in Pakistan on the charges of spying for India, the whole country celebrated this victory. Though it wouldn’t mean much till the time Kulbhushan Jadhav is safe home.
Lt Gen Bipin Rawat has been announced as the next army chief succeeding Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag. Gen Rawat has been chosen from a pool of five senior most officers. All are equally competent, decorated, honest, and have served the motherland with equal passion. Congress and Left parties are trying
Decades ago I read The Fourth Estate, an interesting novel by Jeffery Archer. The book is about two media barons who do everything to be successful. The level of competition surpasses all ethical norms and in order to outdo each other, they cross all limits. To get that extra edge
The student clashes in Ramjas College, New Delhi has once again started the debate on nationalism. Left student wings are known for their anti-India, anti-security forces and anti-establishment stands. The clashes took place over ABVP’s objection to JNU student Umar Khalid’s lecture in Ramjas College, the same Umar Khalid who