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Rakesh Krishnan Simha
New Delhi, September 8, 2019
With the acquisition of nuclear weapons, Pakistanis may feel cockier as they can now threaten nuclear Armageddon on the planet


Rakesh Krishnan
July 17, 2019
From the extremist Wahhabis of Saudi Arabia to the Egyptian cult of the Muslim Brotherhood and Syrian terrorist groups allied with ISIS, the West has backed fundamentalist forces at the expense of nationalist Muslims.


Rakesh Krishnan
June 26, 2019
Clearly, India and the US have come a long way from the trauma and blunders of the 1971 War. The US needs India to contain China and New Delhi realises that without a multi-pronged thrust, the dragon will grow into a hulking threat across the Himalayas.


Rakesh Krishnan
June 12, 2019
Instead of splurging tens of thousands of crores of rupees on an unproven foreign fighter, India would be better off investing that amount in its indigenous stealth fighter programme - the Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft.


Rakesh Krishnan
June 6, 2019
For 66 years the Bilderberg Conference, an unofficial conclave of the Western world's 100 most powerful people, has been meeting in secluded places under a complete media blackout.


Rakesh Krishnan
June 6, 2019
The IAF has over 100 AN-32s which play a critical role in equipping India's frontline forces. India was the launch customer for the AN-32, which was bought from the former Soviet Union and built in Ukraine.


Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, May 27, 2019
A malleable, manoeuvrable, corrupt system makes Britain a safe haven for years.


Rakesh Krishnan
May 23, 2019
The fresh mandate will allow Modi to further relax investment rules, which means India's private sector giants such as Reliance, Tata and Mahindra would be prepared to invest billions of dollars in the defence sector.


Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, May 16, 2019
Individually, the Su-30 and BrahMos are powerful weapons. But when the one of the most supermanoeuvrable fighters in the world is armed with a uniquely destructive cruise missile, together they are a dramatic force multiplier.


Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, May 2, 2019
The Chinese discovered how dramatically the scene had shifted just weeks after Narendra Modi was elected Prime Minister. In July 2014 India pushed back hard during the final round of the negotiations at the BRICS summit in Fortaleza, Brazil.


Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, April 28, 2019
Provided it doesn't result in the cancellation of the Tejas fighter, Lockheed's offer is a win-win for India.


Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, April 22, 2019
Not surprisingly, the Easter blasts that killed hundreds in Sri Lanka have revealed a Pakistani connection.


Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, April 14, 2019
The French embassy in New Delhi quickly denied Pakistani pilots were trained to fly the Rafale aircraft for the Amiri Air Force.


Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, April 7, 2019
Refusal to analyse these setbacks will continue to cost its armed forces dearly in future wars.


Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, March 28, 2019
Once an ASAT weapon system is operationalised, India's military will have the power to blind the enemy's reconnaissance satellite coverage, delivering a knockout punch before the guns open up on the ground.


Rakesh Krishnan
March 6, 2019
These Russian reconnaissance aircraft could map a country the size of Pakistan in single-digit missions.


Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, March 3, 2019
While appreciating the good word done by the IAF, it is important to keep in mind that the MiG-21 is a 65-year-old design and has an unprecedented crash rate that has taken the lives of at least 177 Indian pilots.


Rakesh Krishnan
February 26, 2019
The bitter truth for Islamabad is that it simply cannot afford to take on the might of the Indian armed forces.


Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, February 17, 2019
The revoking of the Most Favoured Nation to Pakistan is just the beginning of the pain for Pakistan. After decades of treating its dangerous neighbour with kid gloves, India is waking up to Chanakya's famous aphorism: \"The antidote of poison is poison, not nectar.\"


Rakesh Krishnan Simha
New Delhi, February 7, 2019
Around 20 per cent of aircraft in Indo-Pak war - one aircraft a day - were lost due to accidents; on any given day, only half of the IAF's 272 frontline fighter jet are ready for missions, as the remaining are grounded for repair.


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