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Publisher and CEO Blog - Pawan Agrawal Blog

National Interest - First And Foremost

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People associated with the defence and security domain directly must be laughing after the announcement by our central government a few weeks back of the creation of another establishment to counter terrorism. It is so painful to have to see the non-serious approach of our government on countering terrorism in real terms.

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Synergy

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Lack of jointness among the family, team, society or in the defence forces may lead to defeat in any struggle we are confronted with. For success in the final outcome each individual has to join hands with others to strengthen the impact. This is a thumb rule and applies to every segment in every region, society, state or the armed forces. Our folk tale recalls the sage advice illustrated by a patriarch who explained to members of a family how unity makes for strength.

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The Era of Limited Wars

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This month’s theme “Limited Wars in South Asia: Against a Nuclear Backdrop” is by itself a controversial topic given that Pakistan believes it has shut any window of opportunity that may have existed for a conventionally stronger India to exploit by officially unveiling its “bomb-in-the-basement” programme in May, 1998 and threatening that its nukes will be used in a “First Strike” mode.

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Publisher View on Sea Power in India

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As per Indian mythology, Samudra Manthan, the legendary churning of the ocean to create the nectar for the gods sparked off the conflict between the Suras (gods) and the Asuras (demons) for possession of the amrit (nectar).

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Security education and standardisation

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There is no reason for any Indian to be deprived of education on the security aspects of everyday life. Its absence is the sole reason why we are always considered a soft state amenable to terrorist attacks at any time and any place. Any Kasab dares to attack us at will after hoodwinking our external defences. If we are educated on security aspects I am sure that these anti-national elements cannot dare to touch us; rather they will be scared of creating any problems for us. It is the responsibility of the state to disseminate widely tips and methodologies of detecting, suppressing and containing threats posed by terrorist activities as well as natural disasters like earthquakes and tsunamis.

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