Race begins for the post of chief of Institute of Defence Studies and Analyses

Race begins for the post of chief of Institute of Defence Studies and Analyses #312

General Hasnain is a reputed military officer who retired as military secretary of the Indian Army and had earlier commanded an Army Corps in Jammu and Kashmir. His father also served as a Major General in the Indian Army. Hasnain takes lot of interest …

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    For more details, visit economictimes.indiatimes.com