• 18 July, 2024
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Maj Gen Neeraj Bali, SM (Retd)
Maj Gen Neeraj Bali, SM (Retd)

Major General Neeraj Bali, Sena Medal, is an Indian Army veteran who served for 37 years as an Infantry officer. He has also been CEO of two companies, a global speaker and is founder of Leadscape Advisors, a corporate leadership training company. He is the author of the bestselling book The Winning Culture – Lessons from the Indian Army to Transform Your Business. Presently, he is the Director of the Chandigarh Tricity-based Gyan Chakra Think tank.


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Decoding Israel’s Gaza Strategy

Eight months after Hamas stormed across the ‘impregnable’ Israeli border defences, unleashed terror and mayhem, and took away 120 hostages, Israel’s response rages on. The attacking IDF has reduced several cities to rubble, killed over 35,000 Palestinians, including women and children, driven

Terrorism in J&K: Shifting Across Pir Panjal

The formidable Pir Panjal range, the transient home of nomadic shepherds of Gujjars and Bakarwal tribes, slices Jammu and Kashmir into two distinct areas. In the first few decades of militancy, the turbulence was mainly in the Valley, areas that lie to the North and West of Pir Panjal, with a smatte

Searching for Congruity: Indo-US Defence Cooperation

Let me start on a personal note. In 2008, I led a Brigade to participate in the US-India Yudh Abhyas exercise in Hawaii. In the first formal meeting with the US commander, Maj Gen David Baldwin, we agreed that there was but one goal to pursue: build sufficient trust so that, should the contingency a

The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Meet In Goa – Substance Or Cosmetics?

In September last year, when India assumed the rotational chairmanship of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, it formally invited all the members to the Foreign Ministers' confabulations. Inevitably, the list of invitees included China and Pakistan, two countries with which India shares geography

Artificial Intelligence (AI) And The Armed Forces

Let me begin on a personal note. In the late 1990s, the efforts did not always bear fruit as we trawled the forests in the upper reaches of mountains in Northern Kashmir, looking for militants. The information was scanty and often fell short of the near-mythical claims of 'actionable intelligence'.

Defence Budget 2023-24: Staying The Course Of Strength and Self-Sufficiency

The run-up to the budget unveiling is invariably an open season for speculation and ‘requests’ by all the stakeholders of the economy for favourable treatment. This year was no different. The dialogue was even more animated, given the severity of the country’s leadership challenges. Over th