Abhijit Bhattacharyya

Unsafe harbour: Can someone yet again use the very sea lanes – used in 1993 and 2008 – to violate India’s territory and sovereignty?

Can someone yet again use the very sea lanes—used in 1993 and 2008—to violate India’s territory and sovereignty?

Opinion News

Why IAF must convince Centre to ensure import substitution with indigenisation programme

The IAF must convince the government to implement import substitution with an indigenisation programme.

IAF, Centre News

Joining $46 bn China-Pakistan Economic Corridor would be adverse for India, hurt sovereignty

Joining CPEC would be adverse for India, and its territory and sovereignty will be the first casualty

Opinion News

Urgent need for India to switch from ships to submarines; here’s why

There is an urgent need for India to switch gears from surface to sub-surface boats

Opinion News

Column: India’s time for maritime prowess

The West, though, could try to stall indigenous production with offers of “latest technology” or “new proposals”

Column: India’s time for maritime prowess

Constitution is the supreme law of the land

The Constitution makes it clear that the judiciary has only a consultative role in the appointment of judges

Opinion News

Why Delhi must remain a UT

The demand for full statehood portends a policy and politics of unending chaos and anarchy

Why Delhi must remain a UT
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