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Centre to bring ordinance on coal block allocation -
Modi to address joint session of Australian Parliament - Hindu
Modi wave continues in India, says Amit Shah -
Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda submits resignation to governor -
BJP creates history in Haryana; to rule Maharashtra - Quaid Najmi & Jaideep Sarin,
‘India, U.K., U.S. should jointly fight terrorism’ - Suhasini Haidar, Hindu
Modi's development agenda has won: BJP -
Hooda accepts defeat in Haryana -
Odisha: SC panel indicts govt for illegal mining - Satya Prakash, Hindustan Times
BJP leads in early trends in Haryana -
BJP leads in Maharashtra, NCP blames Chavan -
Diesel prices deregulated, cheaper by Rs. 3.37 a litre -
Diesel prices de-regulated; will be linked to market prices -
Jayalalithaa released from Bangalore jail -
Bangalore court orders Jayalalithaa's release -
Pakistan Rangers resort to unprovoked firing in Jammu -
Alleged Hawala dealer had daily contact with then CBI chief, SC told -
SC grants bail to Jayalalithaa; AIADMK celebrates -
Future conflicts shorter, enemy invisible, PM tells commanders -
India, Switzerland agree on sharing of black money information -
US interested to become partner country in Vibrant Gujarat -
India pushes for South Asian grid to trade electricity -
India test-fires n-capable missile Nirbhay -
Pakistan violates ceasefire twice along LoC in Poonch - Hindu
SC grants bail to Jayalalithaa -
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The Modi government, by building a range of options, including to neuter Pakistan’s nuclear blackmail, is indicating that Pakistani aggression will attract increasing costs. If the ISI is planning new attacks in India, with the intent to fob them off as the work of al-Qaeda’s supposed new India franchise, it can be sure that it will invite an Indian response imposing serious costs on the entire Pakistani security establishment. Mr. Modi is clearly signalling that India’s response to the Pakistani strategy to inflict death by a thousand cuts will no longer be survival by a thousand bandages, but punitive so as to bolster deterrence and mend conduct. Given that the “do nothing” approach allowed India to be continually gored, prudent gradualism has been a long time coming.
Brahma Chellaney

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