All stories by Jayanta Roy Chowdhury
Modi will bail out crisis-hit Pak, extend olive branch, claims ex-RAW chiefRediff.com25 Feb 2023
Dulat, however, pointedly said engagement with Pakistan has always been "influenced by domestic politics".
'China respects only power'Rediff.com4 Jan 2023
He claimed China has a policy of keeping "hot spots like Taiwan, South China Sea and Tawang burning" in order to divert attention to its own failings.
Govts, allies change, yet Nitish Kumar remains Bihar CMRediff.com9 Aug 2022
Nitish Kumar has again proven that he is a master of the art of changing governments.
Netaji sent secret letter in 1939 seeking Soviet help to liberate IndiaRediff.com23 Jan 2022
Amiya Bose, freedom icon Subhas Bose's nephew, was tasked by his uncle to carry a secret letter seeking Soviet help in India's liberation, which was to be delivered to agents in Britain in October 1939, barely a month into the Second World War.
Northeast militants regrouping in China-Myanmar borderlandsRediff.com11 Jan 2022
Naga splinter groups impatient with stalled talks as well as rebel Manipuri groups who have a stake in disrupting upcoming elections to the state assembly, are believed to be regrouping in the borderlands of China's Yunnan province and Myanmar, taking advantage of the turmoil in the latter by using it as a transit corridor.
Bumla pass: India-China face-off in the high HimalayasRediff.com18 Dec 2021
Situated at a height of 15,200 feet above sea level, the pass sits on the top of a craggily formed Himalayan range that separates the Tibetan plateau from the Indian sub-continent.
1971 War: US feared India will destroy PakistanRediff.com16 Dec 2021
A day after Dhaka was liberated on December 16, 1971, then US President Richard Nixon was told by his strategic advisor Henry Kissinger that he had 'saved West Pakistan,' according to confidential papers since declassified by the US department of state.
Despite the 1962 China scar, Tawang is flourishingRediff.com7 Dec 2021
Tawang wears its history -- and also its present -- with ease. The flourishing town, with restaurants selling everything from noodles to dosas and locals returning home to new business prospects, shows little sign of the tension building up at the border about 40 km away to the north.
Taliban's gains pose fears of JMB's resurgence in EastRediff.com15 Aug 2021
The Border Security Force has been put on high alert along the India-Bangladesh border in Assam and Tripura following intelligence inputs of Islamic terrorists planning to infiltrate the country.
Disputed inter-state borders add to northeast's woesRediff.com29 Jul 2021
High-pitched identity politics, which is the norm in the northeast, has continued to compound the boundary problem.
Pranab's son wants to live up to father's legacy in TMCRediff.com6 Jul 2021
Mukherjee, a two-time Lok Sabha MP from his father's pocket borough of Jangipur, said he joined the Mamata Banerjee-led party because she has taken a strong stand on this issue.
Didi is West Bengal's 'Dada'Rediff.com2 May 2021
Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress overcame the might of the BJP and is all set to be CM for a third term.