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Sudhi Ranjan Sen

Sudhi Ranjan Sen

Editor, India Today TVsensudhiranjan@gmail.com
Editor, India Today TV. Covers security and diplomatic issues.

By Sudhi Ranjan Sen

Rafale deal: Why consensus is better than bitter acrimony

The Congress party tried to gherao the Prime Minister's residence in New Delhi over the Rafale fighter deal and associated allegations of wrong-doing.

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Disorder in the ranks: Major Leetul Gogoi only reflects a greater leadership failure

Even as the soldier famous for the 'human shield' in Kashmir is found guilty of serious charges, several officers have approached the SC on their rights. The silence of their seniors is troubling.

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Why opening up cantonment roads for civilians has opened a battle front with the Armed Forces

The military should trust police and other agencies to keep their families safe.

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Mission Fighting Fit: The Indian Army faces restructuring. The challenge is huge

The task involves retaining the armed forces' special role, while maintaining a democracy's vital balance of power.

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Why Modi government has gone back on its 'muscular Kashmir policy'

The Ramzan ceasefire was against the wishes of the security forces, particularly the Indian Army and even the Central Reserve Police Force.

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What I came to know about life of Indian soldiers along the LoC

The past one year has been particularly difficult at the de facto boundary between India and Pakistan.

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Tejas is not fit for skies: Is Modi's Make In India coming in the way of armed forces?

Let's not give up on the single-engine fighter aircraft but let us also give our air warriors what they want.

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The India I have known has long been the people's republic of rumours

Braid-chopping incidents are only the tip of an iceberg of mass messaging instances that play on our gullibility and lack of will to verify.

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Boycotting Chinese goods would mean sinking the Indian economy

It will be like cutting our nose to spite our face.

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Doklam standoff won't escalate. But India, China must stop scaremongering

New Delhi and Beijing will do good to distance themselves from their own versions of doomsday prophets.

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