President Nixon’s views on Indian Women did not undermine the Special Frontier Force-Nixon Connection during 1969-74

Special Frontier Force confirms US President Nixon’s Vietnam Treason.A comparison between the military action in Chittagong Hill Tracts called Operation Eagle and Vietnam War.

October 27. For the first time since 1947, the United States joins the Celebration of Infantry Day

For the very first time since 1947, the United States joins in the Celebration of Courage and Sacrifice by the Indian Army Infantry soldiers in the First Kashmir War.

September 05, 2020. My thoughts on President Radhakrishnan’s Birthday

September 05, 2020. My thoughts on President Radhakrishnan’s Birthday September 05, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s birthday is celebrated as Teacher’s Day in India. On Saturday, September 05, 2020, I want to share my reflections on my Mylapore, Madras, Chennai Family Connections. This relationship connects several important events of my life’s journey. I believe in the doctrine […]

Why India did not greet the Dalai Lama on his 85th birthday? India’s Western Border is not yet defended

On July 06, 2020, India did not greet the Dalai Lama on his 85th birthday. In my analysis, India is not yet fully prepared to play the “Tibet Card.” Since its full independence in 1947, India is continuously struggling to secure its Western Border which came under attack during the First Kashmir War of 1947-48. […]

Democracy vs Communism or Donald Trump vs Xi Jinping. Mutual Antagonism defines the US-China Rift

In my analysis, the US-China rift has nothing to do with either President Donald Trump or President Xi Jinping. The US-China relations formulated by Nixon-Kissinger in 1971-72 are fundamentally flawed. I name Nixon-Kissinger initiative to befriend China as the “Original Sin.” The relations between Democracy and Communism can only be described as ‘Mutual Antagonism’. Rudra […]

The Unknown Soldier of America thanks the US President for giving direct financial support to Tibet

Dharamshala: The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) awarded a sum of $997,124 to SARD to “strengthen the financial and cultural resilience of the Tibetan people and contribute towards a sustained resilience of the Tibetan people’s economic and cultural identity.” This award represents a historic milestone as it is the first time any funding […]

China Grabbed Tibet Seventy Years Ago, the Unknown Soldier of America Cannot Let It Go

On September 22, 1971, I arrived in Chakrata, India for my very first assignment after the grant of Short Service Regular Commission in the Indian Army Medical Corps during September 1969. At Chakrata, I was introduced to the concept of being a ‘Soldier For Life’ while I embraced my role as ‘The Unknown Soldier of […]