Syed Ata Hasnain
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The writer is a former GOC of the Srinagar-based 15 Corps, now associated with the Vivekanand International Foundation and the Institute of Peace & Conflict Studies

VOICES

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Why there is no chance for peace between India and Pakistan

Islamabad must recognise the fact that talks and terror cannot go hand in hand.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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Immediate challenges for new Army Chief Bipin Rawat

One of the tasks for urgent attention is the security of the rear areas in J&K and Punjab.

POLITICS

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How Paris attacks, Bangkok meet and Heart of Asia are connected

India-Pakistan relationship should be placed on the back-burner in the present environment.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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Jammu and Kashmir deserves a shot at grassroots democracy

It would be a travesty if no government came into place even after the people had put their head and heart in the polls.

POLITICS

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Military view of Obama's India visit

The scope of defence cooperation with the world’s leading nation in the field of technology is limitless.

POLITICS

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Why the Indian Army isn't a lethal war machine today

The defence services struggle with infrastructure and equipment issues which appear to be drawing all the attention.

POLITICS

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Jammu and Kashmir: New year, new start

There are opportunities galore and threats lurking around the corner for the state as 2015 heralds.