Brig Narender Kumar is an Infantry Officer with close to 15 years’ experience in counter insurgency and anti-terrorism operations having served in Sri Lanka (Operation PAWAN) J&K and North East. He has been part of UN Mission in North Africa and had a tenure in Indian Training Team in a foreign country. He has served as Brigade Major in Western Theatre, Col Administration of a Division and Brig General Staff of an Area responsible for Northern Border. Commanded a Rashtriya Rifles battalion in J&K and Assam Rifles Sector in North East.

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Rewriting the New Narrative of Jammu and Kashmir Introduction Disjunction between the law and state can lead to systemic decay that breed corruption, instability, violence and erosion of institutions of governance. Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) is victim of the disjunction that allowed state ...

Saudi Arabia Drone Attack: Sign of Changing Character of Hybrid War Introduction The Houthi militants carried out an audacious "large-scale" attack with 10 drones targeting Saudi Aramco oil facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais.1 Even in the past Houthi rebels had attacked Saudi Arabia but the preci...

Terror Strike in Sri Lanka: Expanding Footprints of Jihadist Movement in the Indian Subcontinent Gauging the Current State of the Jihadist Movement1 In the 20th Century, the world confronted three totalitarian revolutionary movements: Nazism; communism; and fascism. Now the world is under assault from a fourth such movemen...

कश्मीर में टकराव की स्थिति टालने के लिए शांति का विचार समझना जरूरी कश्मीर में शांति का विरोधाभास जर्मनी के चांसलर विली ब्रांट ने कहा था, “शांति ही सब कुछ नहीं...

Imperative to Understand Concept of Peace for Conflict Transformation in Kashmir Paradox of Peace in Kashmir Chancellor Willy Brandt of Germany had said, “Peace is not everything, but without peace, everything is nothing”.1 Kashmir is passing through a similar situation where lack of peace has led to a ...

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