The Military forms as a major portion of backbone of one’s country. A strong military allows a country to protect its environmental and resource wealth, while giving it the option to seize the environmental and resource wealth of its weaker rivals. We analyse the best of a country’s military, thus producing tailored article. Read them below.
By Dr. Sampa Kundu and Ms. Arpita Singh Introduction It was November 1962 when the former Malaysian Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman arrived in Kolkata on his way from London to Kuala Lumpur. Incidentally, this was in the midst of the Indo-Chinese border war and in that context, the prime minister was asked about his … Continue reading Rejuvenating India-Malaysia Ties Needs Mutual Understanding and Confidence: An Indian Perspective
By Captain Manoj Rawat The new Naval fleet will be focused on countering China and presents both challenges and opportunities for India The highly successful Exercise Malabar 2020 recently concluded in the Arabian Sea and was significant because all the Quad Navies participated in it after a gap of 13 years. However, questions are being … Continue reading United States Proposes New Naval Fleet for the Indo-Pacific
It’s almost a year since the death of Qassim Soleimani. Read this special commentary of the Iran’s second most powerful person and military general Qassim Soleimani. Read the article to know how he became Iran’s second most powerful person and the strategy behind his assassination by the United States.
By Nadar Shah Katawazai (On Wednesday, 16th December 2020, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi lit the Swarnim Vijay Mashaal to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1971 Indo-Pak war. Here, The Viyug presents a special political commentary of the 1971 war). With the triumph of Sheik Mujeebur Rahman in the first democratic General Election in … Continue reading The Fall Of Dhaka: Is it a Deliberate or a Blunder
By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke Amid the COVID-19 crisis, the Ladakh standoff shot very much higher political tensions between the two Asian superpowers. The tension escalated as both the nation’s army began violent standoffs including armed scuffles and close-quarter un-armed combat. Both the nation engaged in clash-off on Monday which is regarded as one of the … Continue reading Galwan Valley: Strategic Piece of Cake for the Dragon and the Elephant- Who Wins?
The Viyug’s first Issue Brief Our first Issue Brief has been published in Amazon Kindle Store. Deep analysis on the recent India-China Ladakh Standoff has been conducted including the Galwan Valley faceoff. The analysis is consolidated into the form of booklet and has been published by the author. If you hold Kindle unlimited membership then … Continue reading India-China Ladakh Standoff: The Diversion Power-Play between the Dragon and the Elephant
By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke Introduction: The 2008 Mumbai terror attack, as the name suggests is a kind of terrorist attack on Indian soil in November 2008. It was a series of a killing spree by a group comprising 10 Pakistani men linked with the terror group Lashkar-e-Tayyiba. In a four day violent attack by them … Continue reading Case study: Analysing 26/11 with reference to Alex Schmid’s principles of terrorism
India’s Integrated Battle Group shortly called as IBG is a game changer in future wars. Loaded with a man-power of 5000 soldiers and headed by an officer at the rank of major general read how these IBG serve our country.
Stories of Brave Mothers who have put our Nation at their First Place: A Military Perspective; By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke
May 10th of each year is considered as a special day as it is dedicated to all the mother’s out there protecting and showering love selflessly towards their family. Interestingly many other women are serving not only their family but also have shown exemplary courage by putting our nation in the first place. Here are … Continue reading Stories of Brave Mothers who have put our Nation at their First Place: A Military Perspective; By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke
Combating COVID–19 through India’s Armed Forces and CBRN Strategy: A weapon to neutralize the invisible enemy; By D.S. Murugan Yadav
The so-called “Wuhan virus” has claimed almost two lakh lives and left almost two million people to suffer since its origin from a wet market in Hubei province. It has been 4 months, the virus has left the whole world to suffer and impose severe actions and lock-down. The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is an insidious enemy, … Continue reading Combating COVID–19 through India’s Armed Forces and CBRN Strategy: A weapon to neutralize the invisible enemy; By D.S. Murugan Yadav
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