Partition- The Forgotten Chaos

The British Raj in India ended in 1947, giving rise to two new countries- India and Pakistan. It was hoped that this would usher in a new era of freedom. Instead, at the stroke of the midnight hour, while the world slept, India awoke to chaos and riots.

The … Continue Reading

The Echoes of a Distant War

“All the world admires, a deed well done. And I think, with all modesty, we can say that we have done this action…well”
-Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, in an address to the Indian Parliament, 18th December 1971

 

How is a nation born? How do people find common ground, to Continue Reading

Securing the Indian Ocean

2020 has been unpredictable in many ways. Right from an unforeseen pandemic, to an economic downturn of activities around the globe, this year has put a lot of things into perspective. On a military front, India finds itself locked in a military standoff with China over the icy heights of Continue Reading

The Cognizant Citizen: Siachen Conflict

India and Pakistan have been sworn enemies since their independence from the other. As Tim Marshall states “India and Pakistan can agree on one thing: neither wants the other around.” Given that two countries share a boundary almost 3,000 km long, geopolitical issues around the borders persist to this day. … Continue Reading

Proudly powered by WordPress | Theme: Baskerville 2 by Anders Noren.

Up ↑