I served in the Indian Army for 20 years, and ‘liberal’ Sagarika Ghose is wrong – War is not ‘elite bloodlust’
This is in response to an extract from a book by Sagarika Ghose (socialite, daughter of the former Director-General of Doordarshan, wife of television personality Rajdeep Sardesai, and part-time columnist) published in The Wire
Congress government had released 90,000 PoWs and the captured lands after the 1971 war, a mistake which costs us even to this day.
Pakistan has painted itself into a corner today. It's continued employment of terrorists as ‘strategic assets’ in waging a proxy war against India stands exposed before the world.
Raju Das -
Indira Gandhi government had failed in securing the release of Indian prisoners, even after winning the war and releasing Pakistani POWs.
‘Say No To War’ doesn’t help when you are already in the middle of a well calculated war by Pakistan. Read about that war.
Pulwama attack: Cries for avenging the blood of our men on one hand and the oblique targeting of the government by the opposition (after initial veneer of solidarity) on the other
Operation Trident: When Karachi burned for seven days, historical victory of Indian navy over Pakistan
Pakistan's Air Force had attacked six Indian airfields on December 3.
The Congress party may not find it as funny as the rest of us.
Hasina accused to leaders of opposition to be 'lovers of Pakistan'
Marut HF-24 was the first jet aircraft manufactured in Asia.