Millennium Post

Plugging the gaps

19 Sep 2018 4:27 PM GMT
Policy and administrative reforms are key to consolidating India’s fight against terror

Imran Khan's Predicament

9 Sep 2018 3:05 PM GMT
US aid cut has hit Pakistan badly. Can the new Prime Minister rescue Pakistan?

Countering CAATSA

29 May 2018 5:03 PM GMT
Despite US sanctions, India should firmly continue dealing with Russia and Iran

Chasing mirage of peace

21 May 2018 4:22 PM GMT
A conditional ceasefire may not yield the desired results in J&K. More the pot boils in Kashmir, the better they feel in ISI headquarters

Imperative population control

17 May 2018 7:25 PM GMT
Without population control, the demographic dividend may soon become a demographic disaster

The combat jet dilemma

18 March 2018 4:45 PM GMT
Interim order for more Su-30MKIs may be best option to augment IAF fleet

India's military indigenisation

9 March 2018 3:41 PM GMT
Will India's quest for a thriving domestic military industrial base see the light of the day?

In defence of the General's statement

28 Feb 2018 3:39 PM GMT
India must devise a stringent policy for national borders to tackle Bangladeshi influx

The masterstroke of dehyphenation

14 Feb 2018 3:35 PM GMT
Prime Minister Modi’s successful dehyphenation of Middle East management deserves to be applauded

How India can emulate FBI model

18 Dec 2017 5:05 PM GMT
Last Wednesday (December 13) marked the 16th anniversary of the horrific attack on Indian Parliament by terrorists from Pakistan-based Laskhar-e-Taiba ...

What will this lead to?

12 Dec 2017 3:29 PM GMT
Will American recognition of Jerusalem Israeli capital have far-reaching consequences for the collective fate of the Middle East and the world? Asks...

Pakistan's tainted trajectory

6 Dec 2017 4:20 PM GMT
Pakistan’s attempt to legitimise terror groups through their political mainstreaming is only worsening existing state of affairs.
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