All stories by Lieutenant General Syed Ata Hasnain
Message from Nagrota: India must be ready for the long haulRediff.com1 Dec 2016
'The devious minds across the border will test us to the hilt, but in the course of that will offer us opportunities for which we must be prepared,' says Lieutenant General Syed Ata Hasnain (retd), who commanded the Uri Brigade, the Baramulla Division and the Srinagar-based Chinar Corps.
India's surgical strikes ops: Just sufficient and right on timeRediff.com3 Oct 2016
The current trans-LoC operations is a trailer projected to the Deep State that India can throw caution to the winds and calibrate its response.
10 actions which may cool down KashmirRediff.com16 Sep 2016
'To re-establish the writ of the State and resume governance, frayed tempers in the streets and in the media need to be calmed.'
The National Highway: The Kashmir Valley's death trapRediff.com29 Jun 2016
The Pampore attack 'has the stamp of LeT written all over it.'
'They are exactly like the so-called fidayeen of the 1999-2003 phase, when J&K witnessed a surge in suicide attacks on various important garrisons,' says Lieutenant General Syed Ata Hasnain (retd), who served as the General Officer Commanding 15 Corps in Kashmir.