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After all we are here because of the listeners out there, sums up Abhimanyu Now thats some bonding over the bandwidths For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Meerut | Published: April 8 2009 10:18 am Related News Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar and wife Twinkle Khanna may land in further trouble for their alleged obscene act on the ramp following the filing of a case against them in a local court here Advocate Virendra Kumar filed the case in the court of Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Rajesh Kumar against the star couple’s performance during the promotional catwalk for a particular brand of jeans at a show The court after recording the complainant’s statementhas scheduled April 13 for producing further evidence and hearing of the case Virendra in his complaint said that he was ashamed watching a TV show on April 2 where Akshaya Kumar while cat-walking on the ramphad got his jeans unbuttoned by his wife For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: July 19 2014 12:08 am The Pakistan army is unlikely to be pushed back into barracks Related News Book: Fighting to the End: Pakistan Army’s Way of War Author: C Christine Fair Publisher: Oxford University Press Pages: 347 Price: 750 Book: The Army and Democracy: Military Politics in Pakistan Author: Aqil Shah Publisher: Harvard University Press Pages: 399 Price: 995 Few armies in the world attract the kind of policy and scholarly attention that the Pakistan army does Rightly so for its institutional primacy at home and strategic influence abroad have few parallels Many armies have run their countries but most of them had to eventually yield to democratic change and civilian control The Pakistan army however exercises extraordinary power whether in the barracks or the chancelleries It controls Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal manipulates its domestic politics shapes its internal security and runs the critical accounts of the country’s foreign policy with India Afghanistan China the Gulf and the United States Given Pakistan’s enduring geopolitical significance since Partition the army’s role there has been consequential not just for the international relations of the region but way beyond Whether it is the war on terror the politics of nuclear proliferation securing the volatile Gulf region or Great Power rivalries the Pakistan army pops up as a critical factor in world politics For India the Pakistan army headquartered in Rawalpindi has emerged as the principal stumbling block to the normalisation of relations with its important neighbour to the west The Pakistan army has never won a conventional war against India but Rawalpindi has sustained a prolonged low intensity conflict against Delhi by nurturing anti-India terror groups on its soil It has repeatedly stymied the efforts by civilian leaders in Islamabad to explore even a limited détente with India in pursuit of Pakistan’s enlightened self-interest An appreciation of what makes the Pakistan army tick should therefore be of a high priority for Delhi’s policy-makers and of great interest to Indian civil society Christine Fair and Aqil Shah have given us two solid works on the Pakistan army that help enrich the Indian and global understanding of its role in shaping Pakistan’s domestic politics and external policies Fair a well-known American scholar of the subcontinent offers powerful insights into the sources of the army’s dominance and examines the prospects for a potential change in the coming years She begins by posing a simple puzzle: why does the Pakistan army look like an irrational actor Why does it promote terrorism against India and Afghanistan even when the consequences destabilise Pakistan itself What drives the insecurities of the Pakistan army even after it acquired nuclear weapons and blunted India’s conventional military superiority Why can’t Rawalpindi accept even a temporary truce with India to secure its more immediate interests at home and beyond Fair looks for the answers in the “strategic culture” of the Pakistan army By poring over its official publications examining its self-beliefs and tracking its evolution as an institution Fair comes to some definitive conclusions that compel all those who have business to do with Pakistan to rethink their assumptions She argues that the Pakistan army’s concerns about India “are not purely or even mostly security driven” It is about ideology The army sees itself protecting not merely the territorial borders of Pakistan but its “ideological frontiers” Rawalpindi sees Pakistan locked in a civilisational conflict with India Fair concludes that “for the army resisting India’s rise is a necessary condition for the survival of Islamic Pakistan” Fair also offers a very important insight on the army’s rather unconventional views about victory and defeat in its unending struggle against India She suggests that the Pakistan army does not view its inability to win multiple wars against India as “losing” For Rawalpindi sustaining the ability to challenge Delhi and to challenge India’s rise is in itself the prize If accepting the territorial status quo is a defeat for the Pakistan army it feels duty bound to revise it In its revisionist quest Fair suggests the Pakistan army will continue to take significant risks rather than do nothing If Fair focuses on the implications of the Pakistan army’s doctrine for the region and the world Shah turns to the equally important role of the army in domestic politics Like Fair he too delves deep into the Pakistan army’s mindset and its self-perception as the guardian of the nation Shah asks the old question “who guards the guardians” He examines the reasons for the evolutionary path taken by the Pakistan army after Partition which diverges from that of its counterpart in India He tracks the evolution of the army’s views on civil-military relations by focusing on specific historical junctures in Pakistan’s history the moments of transition from civilian to military rule and vice versa Shah and Fair offer valuable analyses on the conditions — internal and external — under which the Pakistan army’s strategic culture might change Despite the two civilian governments that have taken power since General Pervez Musharraf stepped down in 2008 Shah is not hopeful that the Pakistan army can really be pushed back into barracks He suggests that civilian supremacy could become an “euphemism for the military’s formal and active participation in matters of war and peace” and legitimise the army’s “non-democratic privileges” If Shah is cautiously pessimistic Fair insists that India the US and others “should abandon their hopes” for a fundamental change in the strategic culture of the Pakistan army Defining Pakistan as a “greedy state” Fair suggests any appeasement of the Pakistan army in the hope of changing its behaviour would only reinforce its revisionist pursuits The conclusions of Shah and Fair on the army’s unshakeable stranglehold over Pakistan’s domestic structures and foreign policies raise basic questions about Delhi’s current strategy of engaging Islamabad If India’s problem is not about finding diplomatic accommodation or stabilising military equilibrium Delhi might have to figure ways to contest Rawalpindi’s ideological premises The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation and a contributing editor for The Indian Express For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: November 19 2010 2:55 pm Related News In a bid to provide smooth and hassle free journey for the lakhs of ayyappa pilgrims visiting Lord Ayyappa temple at SabarimalaIndian Railways have geared up its resources and would run 674 special trains for the current year Sabrimala pilgrimage season that began this week Out of the total 674Southern Railway would run 448 trainswhile South Central 140South Western 56 and Central Railway 28 For the first timetwo special trains to help ayyappa devotees coming from Eastern states would be run by North Eastern Frontier RailwayDivision Railway Manger Rajiv Dutt Sharma told reporters The trains would start from destinations including ChennaiEgmoreBangaloreHubliHyderabadVijayawadaDadarKurla Machilipattnam and Guruvayour In addition to the special trainsrailway would also augment 660 sleepter coaches and 30 air conditioned coaches in the existing trainshe said The special trains would terminate at ErnakulamKollamKochuveliNagercovil Reservation for seats in these trains had started Most of trains would run during the peak time of pilgrim season between January 7 and January 14 The Special Computerised Reservation system had also started functioning at the foothill of the shrine Pamba In addition to the regular Information Centres at ChengannurKottayamErnakulamThiruvalaadditional information counters would function with staff conversant in TelguTamilKannada and Hindi Besidespre-paid autorickshaw and taxi standpermission has been granted to Kerala State Road Transport Corporation to operate bus services from ChengannurKottayam and Ernakulam Junctionwhere majority of the pilgrims alight to proceed to Sabarimala Medical facilities have also been arranged in many of the important stations on the way to Kottayam A special task force would be deployed to meet any eventuality during the peak rush after the ‘Makaravilaku festival on January 14 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBecause morphine is considered to be such an important drug in the management of moderate to severe pain in patients right around the world,said it was “the proudest moment” for him to address the global audience in his mother tongue Hindi. who plays an open-minded teacher in upcoming film ‘Paathshaala’,has written to Assembly speaker Mohammad Akbar Lone seeking their 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