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Sunday, May 31, 2020

Joint opinion piece with Lt Gen Satish Dua for the Sunday Guardian- The Military has no Martyrs

Lt Gen Satish Dua and I have co-authored this opinion piece for ‘The Sunday Guardian’ where we argue why the term ‘martyr’ is not appropriate for fallen soldiers, and in fact it is unsoldierly.

The op-ed can be accessed here at the official website of The Sunday Guardian.

Monday, May 11, 2020

Book release- Military Pensions: Commentary, Case Law & Provisions (Now available for pre-order with inaugural discount)

MILITARY PENSIONS: Commentary, Case Law & Provisions is a treatise containing easy-to-understand commentary on various types and modalities of pension with the law governing the subject and a range of applicable policies, rules and official letters, including some rarely available ones.

Instead of publishing Three Volumes on Paperback, we decided to have it all in one big volume. It is a large format Hardcover Reference Book with 33 Chapters covering the length and breadth of the subject. More details of the book are available at www.navdeep.info

The book has been soft-launched and is now available for order/pre-order at https://notionpress.com/read/military-pensions (Use the Coupon Code VICTORY for limited period launch discount). You may order it now and the book shall be delivered soon after deliveries are permitted to commence by the Government.

A formal global launch with availability on all channels shall be initiated soon, in better times, after the lockdown is lifted.

The Reference Book is priced at Rs 1299/- and is available at 15% limited period discount as above.

Part of the proceeds shall go towards military veteran welfare.