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Publisher and CEO Blog - Pawan Agrawal Blog

Partnering With Global Defence Giants

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Today the world’s development and economy are based on two major factors – collaboration and consortium It is analogous to the match-making between two like-minded persons, economies, businesses, industries and sumptuous players. When we scrutinize the history of any advanced economy on the globe, we realise that these nations have reached the pinnacles of development, growth and productivity when they opened their gates for collaboration and allowed their industries and business houses to make consortiums with other like-minded groups and industries in accordance with their requirements under various segments.

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MSMEs - Backbone Of Industrial Growth

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After the current government came to power, a new and welcome dimension was introduced to the industry sector by the flagship initiative of Prime Minister Modi, called Make in India. It found immediate resonance in the multitude of micro, small and medium enterprises collectively known as the MSME (especially among those in the Defence sector) which have helped, as much as their intrinsic expertise allowed, to keep the Indian military Laviathan functional in the face of international embargos and restrictive control regimes. Their moment to contribute more to the national security architecture had arrived.

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Police Management - A Crying Need For Reforms and Modernisation

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The world has now recognised the power of management and the consequences of mismanagement. In an era where the complexities of warfare are changing rapidly from conventional to the ‘war by proxy’ modus, India is learning its lessons the hard way … as the attack on the Pathankot airbase by Pakistani terrorists has recently demonstrated. India needs to apply both ‘micro’ and ‘macro’ management techniques to improve and amalgamate the respective qualities of its armed forces, the paramilitary forces collectively called the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) and the State police to set up a flexible but impregnable shield against foreign inspired terrorism, smuggling, arms transfers, counterfeit currency and organised crime.

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Sentinels Nonpareil

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Armies are known worldwide for a special reason and that is their hardcore discipline. The first and mandatory step for all recruits who join the Army is to indoctrinate discipline in their lives from the moment they don olive greens. As a matter of fact, this passion for discipline stays with them even after retirement from the force. This very strong, impressive and motivating personality trait also reflects in their communities and society. In case of the Indian Army, while discipline is the bedrock of this force, the fact remains, that an amalgamation of the diversity of the nation as a whole sets it apart from other military establishments all over the world.

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Indian Navy and Coast Guard - Synergy in Maritime Security

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To understand the importance of maritime capabilities one has to keep in mind the inexorable fact that 70.9 per cent of the globe is water and just 29.1 per cent is land. It is also a historical truism that the British Isles, a little bigger than a speck on the world map, for centuries sustained an empire on which the sun never set because Britain ruled the waves. Britain trawled the empire to sustain its economy and its global hegemony. With the sun having set on the empire decades ago, politicians and geo-strategists surmised that a vacuum had been created ‘East of Suez’. For a brief interlude, this vacuum was filled by the US whose aircraft carriers belligerently roamed the oceans causing turbulence in their wakes. After 1990 when the Soviet Union collapsed, US was the sole super power.

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