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Lack of Security for Gen Brar in London: Shocking Ineptitude

 

Paper No. 5240                                           03-Oct-2012

By B. Raman

Lt. Gen. (retd) K. S. Brar, who played a prominent  and courageous role in the military action code-named OP Blue Star in the Golden Temple in Amritsar in June 1984, was the target of a pre-planned and determined attack by unidentified elements in London on the night of September 30,2012.He escaped death.

OP Blue Star: The Lingering Anger

Paper No. 5239                                     03-Oct-2012

By B. Raman

A BBC web site report on the attack on Gen. (retd) K. S. Brar, a retired officer of the Indian Army, at London on the night of September 30,2012, states as follows:

“He told Indian TV channels that the attack "was a pure assassination attempt on me".

China’s Tryst with Media Tools of Statecraft - A Case Study of Border Dispute Resolution with India

Paper No. 5236                                                                 30-Sept-2012

Guest Column Dr. Sheo Nandan Pandey & Prof Hem Kusum

Introduction

Shri Brajesh Mishra---An Assessment

 

Paper No. 5233                                                      30-Sept-2012

By B. Raman 

Brajesh Mishra, who was National Security Adviser to Shri Atal Behari Vajpayee between November 1998 and May 2004, passed away on the night of September28, 2012. He was 84 and belonged to the 1951 batch of the Indian Foreign Service.

INDIA: Cast Adrift by an Iceberg

 

Paper No. 5231                                                            30-Sept-2012

By B. Raman 

The Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh was 80 yesterday. He is the second oldest Prime Minister the country has had. Morarji Desai was the oldest. He became Prime Minister in 1977 at 81 and left office at 83 two years later.

China: Modus Operandi for Assertion in South and East China Seas- Relevance for India

 

Paper No. 5228                                                       29-Sept-2012

By D. S. Rajan

PM: Need to Project a New Leadership Style

 

Paper No. 5227                                                                         29-Sept-2012

By B. Raman

During the eight years that the Congress-led coalition has been in office, the country has moved forward in many directions. It enjoys a greater stature in the international community than ever before. For the first time, India came to be looked upon as a budding equal of China. Many started talking of the phenomenon of Chindia--- China and India rising together to occupy their due place in the international community.

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