The force loses about a 100 soldiers per year to suicides, mostly related to pressures emanating from unresolved family disputes.
Political turmoil in any nation impacts its economy and our neighbour is no exception.
Pakistan army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa now has all the cards and keeping them close to his chest.
Seventy years of talks and still no solution implies that it was a wrong approach from the start.
New Delhi supporting Thimphu in countering Beijing's bullying tactics is justified.
The critics need to learn from the common yatris who believe that since the Army is involved in security, the yatra is no threat.
It is possibly the only answer to save egos and restore peace.
Drawing conclusions from statistical figures may be incorrect.
New Delhi's decision not to resume dialogue with Islamabad is now justified.
While being aware that India is unwilling to contribute boots on the ground, there are many more areas for the country to participate in.