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India faces real threat of biological warfare

There is a plausible threat of bio weapons being used against India by non state actors, reports Vicky Nanjappa Indian Intelligence agencies have said that the threat of a biological warfare......

Nepal's floundering democracy cosies up to China

It is only natural for China to exploit the messy situation in Nepal and seek to supplant Indian influence and goodwill, writes Gurmeet Kanwal.Strife-torn Nepal's fledgling democracy is at a......

NSA Menon: Not desirable for India to be a superpower

“We have never sought to replace or imitate existing power-holders, and I hope we never do. We have certainly sought to remake the international order, making it more equitable, democratic......

Arms acquisitions languish without funds or coordination

India's cumbersome arms procurement procedures and a plodding Ministry of Defence bureaucracy have long been blamed for shortfalls in combat capability. Now there is another, more worrying, reason......

INS Arihant: The story of India's incredible hard work

India joins a club of nations like the United States, Russia, China, the United Kingdom and France that possess nuclear-powered submarines   INS Arihant, India's first nuclear-powered......

Deora to visit Pakistan over petroleum deal

India and Pakistan's relation will get unprecedented boost if talks on Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India natural gas project proceeds on a fast track, said a high-level source in the Indian......

Rural tourism! Super holiday packages for the aam aadmi

Indians believe in holidays. But for years the most common reason given for getting away was to visit one's native place or on a pilgrimage. The world order is changing and so is the aspiration......

'Cyber threat is a global issue'

Cyber threat cannot be localised and keeping this aspect in mind the International Telecommunications Union, an arm of the UN, is trying to formulate a legal framework to deal with the issue, a......

Warring regulators in an undefined world

As India moves towards a multi-sector regulatory regime, drawing lines within the regulatory framework and demarcating areas is of paramount importance, writes Gopal Jain.Sebi vs. Irda; CERC vs.......

In India, death to global business

On the night of Apr 24, a group of 300 men and women, armed with bows and arrows and sickles and led by gun-wielding commanders, emerged swiftly and silently from the dense forest in India's......

'Ajay Devgan will become a valued character actor'

Rajkumar Santoshi's Halla Bol, which releases on January 11, looks quite interesting. The film has Ajay Devgan play a struggling actor, who soon becomes a star. His humbleness is swiftly replaced......

A strategy to win the World Cup

Colonel Anil Athale (retd) lists a few military tactics that may help team India win the World Cup.As some one passionately involved in game of cricket -- in school in Mumbai in early 1960s, the......

The Prem Panicker column: Shut up, Sree!

I don't know about you, but speaking for myself, I am heartily sick of the amount of discussion and debate that currently centers around "mind games". To quote the latest instance, Peter Lalor on......

Indians can expect verbal volleys

The Indian team landed in Lahore on Wednesday to start their historic tour of Pakistan, and all I can gather is that each and every member is under tremendous pressure to dish out winning......

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Q. Is peace on Earth realistically attainable?
:  A. Never in history, there was peace on earth. Natural law is that the big fish will eat the small fish. Same law applies to the jungles as well....... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/is-peace-on-earth-realistically-attainable//answers/15879265

anupama  kumar
Q. Archeologists have found out hundreds of ancient structures at the sites of all ancient civilizations dating from about 2500-3000 BC onwards & this includes Mahenjodaro & Harappa. But after Indus Valley, in India, we have found no ancient structure till around 500 BC (Buddhist structures at Nalanda & Taxila). To my knowledge, the oldest standing Hindu structure is a small Vishnu temple of Gupta era (about 1600 years old). Why it is so?
Anupama Kumar:  A. That is natural because the Aryan's were not really known for their astute civil engineering feats. Mountain tribes don't build great cities :)...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/archeologists-have-found-out-hundreds-of-ancient-structures-/15876925/answers/15753748

Sankar  Mitra
Q. It is true that in politics, it is difficult to follow principle alI the time. Even then Congress was one party, who followed principles at least up to Lal Bahadur Shastri's time - but not after that. BJP was always opportunistic. Leftists follow principle in national level to some extent - but not in the states run by them; unfortunately, they are wedded to back dated ideas and naturally they get rejected in national level. So far other parties are concerned, less we speak is the better. Under the circumstances, what option is left for the Indian voters today?
Sankar Mitra:  A. Hmmmmmmmm comrade Sankar Mishra. I'm a Keralite & I'm very greatful for comrade EMS. Before his rule, Kerala was the national epicenter of...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/it-is-true-that-in-politics-it-is-difficult-to-follow-princi/15629091/answers/11852602

Sankar  Mitra
Q. India is the pioneer of non-align movement(NAM). We were never part of any military alliances. Yet our relationship with the neighbors is not as cordial as it should have been?. What are the reasons?
Sankar Mitra:  A. China: Wanted to form a tripolar bloc, and saw NAM as a competitor- especially since it had Yugoslavia AND India AND North Korea (had an economy 3...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/india-is-the-pioneer-of-non-align-movementnam.-we-were-never/11773691/answers/8184153

George Mathew
Q. "India Cheena Bhai Bhai". This slogan was the result of an agreement for mutual co-operation signed between India and China. Who were the respective Prime Ministers then. Do think this had any positive impact on the relationship between these two countries?
George Mathew:  A. Well, the "Indi Chini Bhai Bhai" was initiated by Zhou-En-Lai and Chachaji Nehru on a basis of personal solidarity- and they were very...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/quotindia-cheena-bhai-bhaiquot.-this-slogan-was-the-result-o/8181027/answers/6614473

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A conflict of the asymmetric

The mismatch in casualty figures reflects on the nature of the conflicting parties. While Israel shields its population from rocket fire, dead... ...

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Blaming colonialism for today's ills

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Gaaza Flare up Why single out Israel ?

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