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Army to unveil new NIFT-designed combat uniforms during 15 January parade

A selection of the best news reports, analysis and opinions published by ThePrint this week.

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Army to introduce new combat uniform this month, with digital disruptive patterns & more comfort

Designed by NIFT, the uniform will be first showcased during the Army Day Parade on 15 January. It will be issued to officers and soldiers in batches in 2022, reports Snehesh Alex Philip.

 

Pakistan is getting Chinese J-10Cs, which have Israeli connection but are no match for Rafale

Pakistan’s is reportedly inducting 25 J-10C fighter jets from China by March. Announcement was made by country’s Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed at an event last week, reports Snehesh Alex Philip.

 

Health ministry claims Covaxin has WHO approval for use in under-18s, but it doesn’t

The Union health ministry’s website claims that Covaxin has received Emergency Use Listing for 15-18-year-olds, but the WHO had noted in November that this was not the case, reports Mohana Basu.

 

Haridwar ‘Dharam Sansad’ shows Modi is facing an internal threat from Sangh Parivar

As Modi’s OBC background grew more and more in public discourse, Mohan Bhagwat started spelling out his anti-reservation, anti-minority agendas, writes Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd.
BJP has a challenger in UP 2022. Akhilesh Yadav’s campaign a shift away from Mulayam’s

Akhilesh Yadav is promising to hold a caste census in UP. It’s an issue that BJP and Congress have remained silent on out of fear they will lose dominant caste votes, writes Devi Prasad.

 

If you want to defend India’s republic, don’t just focus on Modi-baiting

We, who wish to reclaim the republic, must begin the new year by realising the power of positive politics, writes Yogendra Yadav.

 

PM Modi’s security failed in Punjab. Waste no time on conspiracies, it’s colossal incompetence

Politicians, especially those in power, are most endangered & protected people. They’ll only be safe if their security can say no, like IAF saying it wouldn’t fly in that weather, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.

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