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Why we need to watch out for Al Qaeda’s threat

October 5, 2013 by  
Filed under internal security

Brigadier S K Chatterji (retd) We have leaders who would rather that we cohabit with the Indian Mujahedeen than fight terror, as long as the payoffs are there in the next polls… Obviously, we are not headed down the best route to keep terror at bay. A recent statement by Al Qaeda advised against attacks […]

Was the War in Afghanistan Lost in Pakistan

July 12, 2013 by  
Filed under Analysis

Vinod Saighal (Editor’s Note:-With the Al Jazeera leak of the Osama bin Laden’s killing of the Pakistan government review the second half of the article published in March earlier in the year becomes relevant for dissemination – The Other Side of Zero Dark Thirty. Nobody really believes that the Pakistani top brass and the intelligence heads […]

Book Review: Terror and Consent

August 1, 2012 by  
Filed under internal security

The world of Bobbit in 2008 was a lot different from the one we are witnessing today. The events in the Islamic landscape of the world call for greater insights in dealing with the terror emanating out of the tunnels of Islamic against the market states. It definitely requires better international cooperation on laws, seamless and vibrant response mechanism and militaries capable of fighting hybrid wars.

Obama’s Kashmir lesson

July 18, 2012 by  
Filed under Analysis

It is true that any solution to Kashmir problem has to come out of an agreement between New Delhi and Islamabad albeit with the representation of views of people of Jammu and Kashmir, but to garner support at public level in both India and Pakistan for a formidable solution is the duty of these leaders who see more towards the world powers than to the real constituencies in the South Asia.

Report: Osama bin Laden helped plan Mumbai attacks

April 6, 2012 by  
Filed under internal security

By Thomas Joscelyn Osama bin Laden was in close contact with Hafiz Saeed, the wanted chief of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), and helped plan the 2008 Mumbai attack, according to a report in the Hindustan Times. Citing Bruce Riedel, a former advisor to President Obama on Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Hindustan Times says that documents recovered in […]

Why the West is Losing Wars and the Peace?

January 3, 2012 by  
Filed under Analysis, war on terror

The Indian experience of winning hearts goes to prove that the Indian approach has delivered every time in dealing with the nuances of wearing heart on its sleeves. Today the situation in Kashmir is far better than in any other proxy war led situation in the world. India has a lot to teach the world about fighting among people by resorting to a multi dimensional humanitarian approach.

Pakistan’s Army: Divided it Stands

December 29, 2011 by  
Filed under Analysis

Why is the (Pakistan) Army getting weaker? The problem is not the lack of materiel – guns, bombs, men, and money. These have relatively easy fixes. Instead it is the military’s diminished moral power and authority, absence of charismatic leadership, and visibly evident accumulation of property and wealth. More than anything else, the Army has sought to please both the Americans as well as their enemies

OBL – The Original Photo

May 13, 2011 by  
Filed under Uncategorized

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The October Summary

October 28, 2010 by  
Filed under Analysis

The readers would have noted the resource management philosophy of the South Asian Idea reportage and analysis change to cover daily events aroud the world impacting South Asia. The aim is to provide a cogent and multidimensional analysis in a readable format. The month end summary enables readers to gather the threads cohesively to form their opinions about the events without any biases. To this extent view points expressed by authors have been hyper linked in original to enable the reader to make value judgement on the issues being debated. We look forward to your comments and prognosis to enrich the debates.

News and Analysis 19 October

October 18, 2010 by  
Filed under Uncategorized

‘Osama in Pak under ISI protection’ World’s most wanted terrorists Osama bin Laden and his deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri may be hiding close to each other in houses in northwest Pakistan, protected by some members of ISI, a media report said on Monday. Pakistan has denied the report. China VP Xi promoted to key military post Chinese Vice […]

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