All stories by Ramananda Sengupta
'Xi's Main Challenge Is Taking Over Taiwan'Rediff.com20 Oct 2022
'Even though as Xi will seemingly continue to stay in power beyond his third term, competitions for the post-Xi leadership would be inevitably unfolded beneath the surface of water, and that will be a big headache for Xi the dictator.'
'Nobody believes Nehru was beyond mistakes'Rediff.com21 May 2018
'Much of the Socialism that we attribute to him actually came during Indira Gandhi's time,' says M J Akbar who believes that Nehru's convictions helped shape modern India.
Here's a weapon better than pellet gunsRediff.com2 Sep 2016
'Crap cannons' can be an effective mob-control weapon.
ISIS threat: What Modi must tell HasinaRediff.com4 Jul 2016
'When we have a terrorist outfit in a neighbouring nation, we need to do whatever we can to neutralise that threat,' says Ramananda Sengupta.
General Jacob masterminded Pakistan's surrender in 1971Rediff.com13 Jan 2016
Lieutenant General J F R Jacob, Chief of Staff, Eastern Army Command during the 1971 war, revealed how, armed with only a draft surrender document and an aide, he made the Pakistani army led by Lieutenant General A A K Niazi surrender.
The dragon's fire at US-India clinchRediff.com27 Jan 2015
'China might soon have to seriously consider whether it prefers an Indo-US hyphenation to a Sino-Indian one.'
Is India reluctant to take its place in the new world order?Rediff.com30 Apr 2014
'Crafting a coherent, transparent and consistent policy vis-a-vis our neighbours, leave alone the rest of the world, is unlikely to be high on the priority list of the new Indian government, which will be sworn in before June,' says Ramananda Sengupta.