BY ABHISHEK MITRA Lessons in Courage and Caution Allegedly, Alexander approached Diogenes, who was lying down, enjoying the summer air, and stood over him and asked what he, the most powerful man in the world, might be able to do for this notoriously poor man. Diogenes replied … Source: Ego is the Enemy The world […]Read more "ALEXANDER THE GREAT"
BY NEELANSHU SUNIL Artillery is an integral part of the armed forces as it is used to suppress the enemy positions before the infantry assault. The newest member of the Indian Armed Forces, Dhanush 155mm towed howitzer, entered into series production in June 2016 with orders for 144 units at an estimated cost of 1260 […]Read more "DHANUSH- BOFORS REINCARNATED?"
BY NEELANSHU SUNIL Aircraft Carrier, the word itself fills us with pride as India is among an elite group of 15 nations which operate an aircraft carrier. Recently India acquired its latest aircraft carrier, the soviet era Admiral Gorshkov or as the Indian Navy likes to call it INS Vikramaditya. By the early 21st century […]Read more "DOES INDIA REALLY NEED SOVIET ERA AIRCRAFT CARRIERS?"
BY RISHABH SURENDRAN I’m quite sure that most of you reading this would have heard of the Indo-Pak war of 1971. Well, this is one of the many countless acts which showed the world, what heroism and daredevilry is. The Bangladesh Liberation war, a conflict between the Dominant West Pakistani and the Majority East Pakistanis […]Read more "UNDAUNTED"
BY RISHABH SURENDRAN As a vision to showcase India’s indigenous air power, the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) a.k.a Tejas participated in the recently concluded Bahrain Air Show. Accompanied by the Sarang Helicopter Display Team, two of these home-grown fighters flew from Bangalore to Sakhir Air Base, Bahrain with a refuel halt at Muscat. After having […]Read more "FIRST TOUCHDOWN ON FOREIGN SOIL"