Uri

Last speech now, and last dice then when Azad had turned tables on Sonia Gandhi

Sant Kumar Sharma

29th September 2020
Ghulam Nabi Azad took over as Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir in November 2005. At a time when an earthquake had hit Uri and neighbouring areas of Baramulla district...

India has been exemplary to a fault against Pakistan in Indus Water Treaty

Sant Kumar Sharma

21th September 2020
Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) completed 60 years of successful operations two days ago on September 19. Except minor hiccups regarding run of river (RoR) hydropower projects,...

Uri attack anniversary today: When India decided enough is enough

Sant Kumar Sharma

18th September 2020
In our neighbourhood, we were close to open hostilities on the borders with Pakistan in February 2019 after the Balakot air strikes. These attacks were the result of...

Haji Pir Pass: How India won it in War—and gave it away on table!

Sant Kumar Sharma

29th August 2020
In October 1965, people from Poonch started travelling to Uri, Baramulla and to Srinagar via Haji Pir Pass on a regular basis after troops of 1 Para of the Indian army...

New India beefs up Mahatma Gandhi in a formidable armour

Ashish Shukla

23th October 2019
India is abuzz with Mahatma Gandhi in the year of his 150th birth anniversary but there is a new version to his message of “ahimsa” (non-violence) which...

Vinayak Damodar Savarkar: Justice at last

Newsbred Staff

18th October 2019
(There is much heartburn on Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) putting forth its resolve to grant much-maligned Veer Savarkar with Bharat Ratna in the near future. Vaibhav...

Why Pakistan is unlikely to act against Masood Azhar

Ashish Shukla

2nd May 2019
Masood Azhar is now a designated UN-sanctioned global terrorist. The enemy of India is flat on his four in the ring.














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