Opinion/Commentary
Big military reform challenge - PK Vasudeva, Pioneer
The false and fabricated propaganda of the bureaucracy that the Army will take over the country if CDS is appointed has taken precedence over nation’s security. The Indian Army is apolitical.
Brics: Building a sustainable future - RK Pachauri, Pioneer
With their collective significance, Brics leaders can strike a dominant position if they pursue a cohesive agenda and chart some new paths, which could make a difference in the world. The last meeting of the Brics (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) leaders took place on September 4, 2017, in the Chinese city of Xiamen.
Economics of Swachh Bharat - Arun Jaitley, Times of India
As they say, no one can stop an idea whose time has come. Amidst the backdrop of a bloody world war, when violence was the order of the time, India achieved independence through non-violent civil disobedience, through Satyagraha. The entire nation rallied behind the Mahatma’s call and India achieved her independence setting an example for the world. It was an idea whose time had come.
Rohingya refugees: A threat - Anil Gupta, Pioneer
Jihadi links of the Rohingyas are now well established. Whatever be the outcome of the plea before the apex court, their exit is mandatory. The nation can ill afford to let the design of ISI succeed.
Rahul at Berkeley: A confused cacophony - Anirban Ganguly, Pioneer
Rahul Gandhi’s Berkeley speech, unlike Nehru's, was a private affair. Bereft of an element of thought, he expressed his own state of mind and that of his party's — lacking in direction and cohesion Former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s speech, delivered at the University of California, Berkeley, on October 31, 1949, was titled, ‘The age of crisis.’ One can’t help but express an interesting analogy and it is that the Congress, of which Nehru was once the patriarch, and which is now run by his puny and intellectually stunted descendents, is itself passing through its most acute ‘age of crisis.’
India, Japan, US voice concerns over OBOR - Times of India
Close on the heels of the Indo-Japan summit, which saw the two countries calling for a rules-based order in the Indo-Pacific, India and Japan along with the US again sought to address concerns over China's OBOR+ saying that connectivity initiatives must not undermine sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Nirmala Sitharaman has to act on the momentum GoI can’t afford to lose - Pranab Dhal Samanta, Economic Times
The defence ministry is a story of unfinished business, of big ideas stuck in bigger execution plans. While the appointment of the first ‘full-time’ woman raksha mantri is a wonderful verse to the beginning of a new chapter, it still doesn’t rub the slate clean.
Adding new dimensions to the Indian Ocean region - Deeksha Goel, Pioneer
An ocean which is geologically the youngest and physically one of the most complex regions of the world governs the lives of almost 45 per cent of world’s population. Waters of this ocean carry half of the world’s container ships, one-third of the world’s cargo traffic and two-third of the world’s oil shipments. In addition, 80 per cent of the world’s container traffic has to transit through this ocean to reach its destination, thus, making Indian Ocean the lifeline of world’s trade and economy from time immemorial.
Intelligence cuts terror hunt time - Rahul Datta, Pioneer
The setting up of deeply-entrenched Intelligence network and augmenting its technical surveillance capabilities is helping security forces in eliminating top terror commanders operating in Jammu & Kashmir. The security forces took just 20 minutes to eliminate top Lashkar-e-Tayyeba (LeT) commander Abu Ismail last Thursday after they got the Intelligence feedback about his presence. The latest Intelligence inputs suggest that 240 terrorists, including 100 foreign mercenaries, are waiting in the wings to strike.
Nitish eyeing new equation? - Hari Shankar Vyas, Pioneer
Is Nitish Kumar gearing up for a new equation in the State? There are many rumours floating in the political alleys of Patna. Some say that the BJP and JDU are treading cautiously and might also be working on alternative equations. There will surely be some indication after Nitish’s Cabinet expansion. It is being said that Nitish will soon rejig his Cabinet and accommodate some of his close aides in the Government.
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