The Indian military's response should not be hurried; it must be strong and credible to make Pakistan sit up and take note.
India's stern message has to first go to perpetrators in J&K— the people who brought in the explosives, helped in storing it and organising Pulwama attack.
Like previous regimes, the NDA too has failed to forge a stable policy within a strategic framework to deal with Pakistan and its strategy of ‘inflicting a thousand cuts’.
PM Modi’s ‘munh tod jawab’ stance over Pulwama attack is more abrasive than Vajpayee’s vow of ‘pratikar’ post-Kaluchak in 2002.
Going by the response of the Modi government so far, New Delhi is unlikely to let Pulwama incident go unpunished.
New Delhi sees Kashmir as a security problem rather than a political one. Instead of finding ways to resolve a conflict, it merely seeks to manage it.
The Pakistani establishment believes the snakes it rears in its front yard will only bite its neighbour. The school attack didn’t change that deadly delusion.
Be it women and children’s health or farmers’ crops or ex-servicemen’s OROP, Piyush Goyal’s interim budget slashed hope on every front
Relaxation in age and attempts has proved to be a clever way to keep Dalits-OBCs out of top positions of power.