All stories by Debalina Ghoshal
Better late than never: The M-777A2 howitzer is coming to IndiaRediff.com21 Nov 2016
Flexible, maneuverable, mobile and swift, the M-777A2 Ultra-Light Howitzers are just what India needed to replace its aging battle-tested Bofors guns, says Debalina Ghoshal.
How India gains by selling BrahMos to VietnamRediff.com21 Jun 2016
Not just Vietnam, but other countries in the region like Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand, have also expressed an interest in acquiring the BrahMos cruise missile. Debalina Ghoshal explains the significance of the move.
Why Western sanctions against Pyongyang may backfireRediff.com15 Jan 2016
Sanctions against North Korea following its H-bomb test could have serious repercussions and may prove disastrous for all the players involved, says Debalina Ghoshal.
What the Indo-Japan nuclear MoU actually meansRediff.com17 Dec 2015
There are many reasons for Japan to turn a deaf ear to its anti-nuclear lobby and concentrate on its geo-strategic imperatives to sign the nuclear deal with India, says Debalina Ghoshal.
Can Modi strike a nuclear deal with Japan?Rediff.com10 Dec 2015
The Indo-Japanese nuclear deal may not come easy considering India's Civil Nuclear Liability Act provisions which had earlier put off suppliers like General Electric, says Debalina Ghoshal.
Modi's visit will boost India-China nuclear cooperationRediff.com29 May 2015
There is enough scope for India and China to cooperate on nuclear energy issues despite the lingering issues which not only includes the Sino-Pakistan nexus, but also the Sino-India border dispute over the LAC, says Debalina Ghoshal.