Category Archives: Asia

Mumbai attack was a joint IB-CIA-Mossad-RSS project

By Amaresh Misra The Milli Gazette | 28 March 2010 With the row over India getting access to David Headley growing acrimonious each day, the CIA’s double agent saga seems all set to open up a can of incredible worms.

“The Betrayal of India” A Close Look at the 2008 Mumbai Terror Attacks

Book Review of “The Betrayal of India: Revisiting the 26/11 Evidence” by Elias Davidsson By Prof. Graeme McQueen This article was originally published on Global Research in June 2017. These days we rush from one media story to another, trying

Book : “26/11 : RSS ki Sazish”

Written by Aziz Burney (Editor-in-Chief of Urdu Sahara newspaper) Book was released by Congress General Secreatary Digvijay Singh on Dec 6, 2010 in Delhi, the book talks about the hand of RSS and Hindutva element behind 26/11 Mumbai Attacks 🙂

Project 75i submarine : How defence monies are squandered

India has indigenously designed and built (mostly in the private sector) the Arihant-class nuclear powered ballistic missile firing submarine (SSBN), the most potent weapon system in any arsenal. And yet the Government has agreed with the Navy that India cannot

India, Vietnam set to ink nuclear energy pact, boost defence ties

During Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang’s visit this week, the two sides will discuss developments in South China Sea By Elizabeth Roche In a move that could put China on the back foot, strategic partners India and Vietnam are to

Need to tell youth Azadi will never happen, you can’t fight us: Indian Army Chief

By Muzamil Jaleel General Rawat said he is perturbed by the killings. “We don’t enjoy it. But if you want to fight us, then we will fight you with all our force. Kashmiris have to understand that the SFs (security

Nuclear security, AI and the future

The western world is taken over by a storm and surge which is so overwhelming that everybody or who’s who of any significance are talking about it. This is the Artificial intelligence (AI), a revolution in the making. The research

India’s nuclear do – nothing policy

By Bharat Karnad The Shakti series of underground tests 20 years ago were the last, stifled, hurrah of the Indian nuclear weapons programme. Stifled because the thermonuclear device tested on May 11, 1998 was a dud, and the last hurrah

Afghanistan – The cornerstone of US – Pakistan mistrust?

By Robert L. Grenier It might be hard to imagine now, but in the days immediately following 9/11, the George W. Bush administration saw much to like  at least potentially  in the Taliban. For one thing, they were actually in

The great Afghan paradox

By most metrics the war in Afghanistan is going badly By James Kitfield By most metrics the war in Afghanistan is going badly. According to the most recent quarterly report by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), the