India would benefit from tri-service theatre commanders who report directly to the political leadership, as in the US
New Delhi remains a priggish suitor to Washington's overtures, but it has begun appreciating potential tech benefits to ties with the US
Why is the defence ministry bypassing the free market, and opting for governmental judgment about corporate partners?
The foundations of the army's own peculiar secularism are potentially being destabilised
Unimaginative increments, persistent refusal of funds have turned the Army into an underfed child scared to ask for a full meal
Indian security needs a new direction but our military leadership lacks the foresight
India should adopt a pro-active strategy on Pakistan - catalysing, facilitating and making room for a change in its anti-India posture
Inept handling has transformed what should have been a short counter-terrorist operation in Pathankot into an apparent debacle
India has consistently failed to prioritise aero engine development
The government has returned to talks with Pakistan, but can it withstand pressure from a jingoistic press and a rabidly nationalistic social media?
Seventh Pay Commission's biggest losers: the armed forces
Five simple measures to improve defence ministry's performance
Indian policymakers must incorporate in nuclear doctrine a realistic response to tactical nuclear warheads
Bring in a private sector company to establish a parallel production line for the Tejas
Gurbax Singh Dhindsa has underlined the fact that military personnel have little recourse to justice in higher courts