The offer by Pakistan to open the doors of Kartarpur Gurudwara for devotees from India without formal visa is a very positive development in the year when we are celebrating 550th anniversary of Guru Nanak’s birthday.
We were at Bomdila, a border town, one week prior to the innocuous spat between some local boys belonging to Army and the Police. Bomdila is from w
'Old soldiers never die, they just fade away', is a famous saying but the name of Brig Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri, a national hero of 1971 Indo-Pakistan war will never fade away. It will remain etched in golden letters in t
The Indian democracy has matured, stabilised and evolved over seven decades since its independence. Unlike our neighbours and some African and West Asians countries, the Indian Army, the fourth largest in the world, has
The Palestinian-Israel conflict seems to be getting more entrenched every year with little hope of a conciliatory resolution. The present wave of unrest in the Arab Israel started on 30 March 18 and more than 151 Palesti