The Mountain Strike Corps played a key role in shaping India’s counter-offensive strategy that led to the domination of the southern banks of the Pangong Tso, reports Snehesh Alex Philip.
In ‘The Great Unravelling’, Sanjay Jha writes about why Arnab Goswami wanted to go after Rahul Gandhi and the TV debate that truly hurt his credibility.
Described as ‘little parcels of Cadbury filled heaven’, Bytes combined the best of snack and chocolate for kids before they were discontinued around 2011 following a corporate takeover, writes Shubhangi Misra.
The British recruited Indian prisoners and ‘criminal tribes’ to do menial jobs in Mesopotamia in 1916, writes Radhika Singha in ‘The Coolie’s Great War’.
CDS Bipin Rawat skipping Navy Day celebrations to be with Yogi Adityanath and the conspicuous absence of Amit Shah from Ram Mandir bhoomi pujan say a lot, writes Zainab Sikander.
PM Narendra Modi is credited for taking BJP to unprecedented heights in UP. But CM Yogi Adityanath has become a mass leader in his own right, and is working to build his image as Modi No. 2, writes D.K. Singh.
Govt’s own NFHS, as well as many global non-Left institutions’ rankings have shown a drop in India’s development indicators. This will begin to hurt soon, writes Shekhar Gupta, in this week’s ‘National Interest’.