India Pakistan Relations With Special Reference To Kashmir

Author by : Kulwant Rai Gupta
Languange : en
Publisher by : Atlantic Publishers & Dist
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Description : The Editor Maintains That India Had To Agree To Partition Under Compelling Circumstances. After India Got Independence, It Should Have Taken Steps To Undo The Mischief Of Our British Rulers. Things Would Have Been Much Easier Immediately After Partition, Particularly, When Pakistan Provided An Excuse To Us By Sending Its Forces In Kashmir. The Pakistan Army At That Time Was Weak And The Job Could Have Been Done At A Minimum Cost. The Second Opportunity Arose In 1965 When Pakistan Again Attacked Kashmir. The Third Opportunity Came In 1971 When Pakistani Forces Attacked India. But The Operation Now Would Be Much More Costlier In Terms Of Men And War Materials Because The Pakistan Has Built A Strong Army And Developed Nuclear Power Over The Long Period Provided To Them By India S Rulers. But This Cost May Still Be Less Than The Cost We Are Incurring From Continued Hostility And Cross Border Terrorism In The Form Of Continuous Military Deployment And Killings Of Civil And Military Persons.Pakistan Is Constantly Blaming India In All Regional And International Fora For Not Implementing The United Nations Resolution Regarding Holding Of Plebiscite In Jammu And Kashmir. In Fact, Pakistan Is Responsible For This Because It Has Failed To Withdraw Its Forces From Jammu And Kashmir Which Was A Condition For Holding Plebiscite According To The United Nations Resolution.The Editor Holds That India Should Drop No First Use Of Nuclear Weapons Policy Against A Country Which Repeatedly Threatens First Use Of Nuclear Weapons. The First Use Of Nuclear Weapons By Pakistan May Be So Massive And Widespread That It May Disable India To Use The Nuclear Weapon.If India Drops Its No First Use Option Of Nuclear Weapons, Pakistan Would Stop Blackmailing India And May Even Be Deterred Venturing Terrorism In India.The Volumes Include Viewpoints Of A Number Of Eminent Experts On Indo-Pak Relations. These Include Views Not Only Of Indian Experts But Also Of Pakistani Experts. The Volumes Contain Texts Of All The Documents In Original Relating To Indo-Pak Relations Since The Partition Of India In 1947. It Is Hoped That The Volumes Would Be Found Useful By The Students And Research Scholars Concerned With International Relations. The Volumes Would Also Be Useful To The Parliamentarians And Executives Of India And Pakistan Concerned With The Formulation And Execution Of Foreign Policy Of Their Country. Common Readers Interested In Indo-Pak Relations Would Also Find The Volumes Useful And Interesting. The Volumes Would Be Equally Useful For All Libraries, Officers Messes And Institutions Of Defence Services.


India Pakistan Trade Normalisation

Author by : Nisha Taneja
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book explores the unfinished India–Pakistan Trade normalisation agenda (building upon the themes covered in the book “India-Pakistan Trade: Strengthening Economic Relations” published by Springer in 2014) and discusses the steps that must be undertaken in order to move the bilateral engagement forward. Given the commencement of bilateral state-level talks and the Indian government’s emphasis on South Asian integration, it adds impetus to the trade liberalisation process, while also providing essential recommendations for policymakers in both countries. The unfinished agenda faces obstacles such as the list of items for which export from India to Pakistan continues to be restricted; lack of land borders and seamless cross-border transport services, which hampers the realisation of trade potential; negative reporting in the media, which influences traders’ perceptions; and the continued occurrence of informal trade resulting from inadequacies of formal trade relations. The book examines various sectors, including the agricultural, textiles, automotive and pharmaceutical industries, given their predominance on the list of restricted items for bilateral trade. It also covers studies on unconventional and under-researched themes concerning informal trade, informational barriers to India–Pakistan trade, and opening new land borders for trade – all of which can play a facilitating role in realizing the untapped trade potential between India and Pakistan. The book also includes the second round of the India–Pakistan trade perception survey, which identifies impediments to India–Pakistan bilateral trade and assesses the change in traders’ perceptions since the first round of the survey, which was published in 2014.


India And Pakistan

Author by : Avtar Bhasin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing
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Description : The book is based on archival material accessed for the first time from the Nehru Papers and the archives of the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India. It provides readers with a new perspective on a great many significant issues of the sub-continent's India–Pakistan discourse. The Partition was an opportunity for the two nations to go their own ways and build egalitarian societies, complementing each other. Unfortunately, unable to transcend old animosities, Pakistan added new ones to construct the bogey of Indian hegemony. This was diametrically opposed to India's determination to steer clear of the past and pursue a positive policy towards Pakistan, since it shared centuries of historical, economic, social and cultural ties with its people. For India, the separation was like a family dividing its assets by mutual agreement of its members and living peacefully thereafter. For Pakistan, however, the separation was akin to a permanent breakup of a family, which was accompanied by the nursing of grievances and the harbouring of adversarial feelings. It is this mental make-up dictating the Indo–Pakistan narrative in the years following the Partition, which the book succinctly captures.


South Asian Crisis

Author by : Robert Jackson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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India Pakistan And The Kashmir Dispute

Author by : Robert Wirsing
Languange : en
Publisher by : Palgrave Macmillan
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Description : Kashmir is the focal point of an acute regional dispute that has pitted India and Pakistan against one another ever since they gained their independence from Great Britain in 1947. Already, these bitter rivals have gone to war twice over Kashmir, leaving the state physically divided and heavily militarized. The eruption of massive anti-Indian violence in Indian Kashmir in early 1990 has changed the dispute, worsening India-Pakistan relations and lending even greater urgency to the search for settlement. The reasons for, and possible resolutions of, this dispute are the themes of Professor Wirsing's book. Drawing on repeated field visits and wide-ranging interviews with government officials, political leaders, military officers, and diplomats in both India and Pakistan, the author provides abundant new material on the Kashmir dispute's political and military, domestic, and international dimensions. The book responds to mounting international concern about Kashmir with specific, step-by-step recommendations for breaking the existing diplomatic stalemate between India and Pakistan.


Encyclopaedia Of India Pakistan And Bangladesh

Author by : Om Gupta
Languange : en
Publisher by : Gyan Publishing House
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Description : India, Pakistan and Bangladesh share a long history, an emerging cordial and a common vision for the future. This book is not India-centric but deals with various aspects of all the three sovereign nations. Reading them together will be an unprecedented experience rarely attempted before. It has rarely happened in the modern world, how these three nations who geographically one but culturally so different are chalking out an independent place in the comity of nations at times with the help of each other and at another on its own merit and inherent strength. It is not written from any biased perspective. In fact, it explains people, places and events from a neutral world view. It is ideally an international venture that would benefit historians, teachers and students in the entire sub-continent It will be interesting to compare the three countries from different parameters, thus planning a wholesome picture. The encyclopedia aims at clearing confusions and contradiction that have crept in because of certain vested interests and it should be read from a neutral benchmark. These volumes very clearly and earlier suggest, how fatal the disintegrate have proven to these nations with the fact that divided these countries have in actuality fallen. In the face of achieving the target of universal supremacy.


Indus Divided

Author by : Daniel Haines
Languange : en
Publisher by : Random House India
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Description : The Indus Waters Treaty is considered a key example of India–Pakistan cooperation, which had a critical influence on state-making in both countries. Indus Divided reveals the importance of the Indus Basin river system, and thus control over it, for Indian and Pakistani claims to sovereignty after South Asia’s partition in 1947. Based on new research in India, Pakistan, the United States and the United Kingdom, this book places the Indus dispute, for the first time, in the context of decolonization and Cold War–era development politics.


China Pakistan Military Nexsus

Author by : P. C. Katoch
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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India Pakistan And The Secret Jihad

Author by : Praveen Swami
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : India, Pakistan and the Secret Jihad explores the history of jihadist violence in Kashmir, and argues that the violent conflict which exploded after 1990 was not a historical discontinuity, but, rather, an escalation of what was by then a five-decade old secret war. Praveen Swami addresses three key issues: the history of jihadist violence in Jammu and Kashmir, which is examined as it evolved from 1947-48 onwards the impact of the secret jihad on Indian policy-making on Jammu and Kashmir, and its influence on political life within the state why the jihad in Jammu and Kashmir acquired such intensity in 1990. This new work will be of much interest to students of the India-Pakistan conflict, South Asian politics and security studies in general.


India Pakistan Themes Beyond Borders

Author by : Nikhil Chakravartty
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : A Selection From Nikhil`S Writings-Covers 1964-97-Relate To Indo-Pakistan Ties Including Developments In Jammu And Kashmir. Analyse The Various Approaches, Alternative Structures And Possible Contents Of The India-Pakistan Dialogue. Valuable For Comprehending India-Pakistan Relations.


Kashmir In Conflict

Author by : Victoria Schofield
Languange : en
Publisher by : I.B. Tauris
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Description : This text examines the Kashmir conflict in its historical context, from the period when the valley was an independent kingdom right up to the struggles of the 1990s.


Next War

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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The Great Divide

Author by : Henry Vincent Hodson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Hutchinson Radius
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Description : On August 15, 1947, the new nation of Pakistan was born and Britain's century-long rule over the Indian subcontinent finally came to an end. Here, H. V. Hodson offers an authoritative account of this dramatic step in the retreat of the British imperialism. The book first describes the historical events that paved the way for The Great Divide. Hodson then goes on to chronicle, in fascinating detail, the hectic five months of the last viceroyalty of India and the aftermath of the transfer of power, which saw dreadful massacres and migrations in Punjab and sharp struggles over Kashmir and other regions. The epilogue summarizes events since partition and assesses their effect on the fragile stability of nations in the subcontinent.


The People Next Door

Author by : T. C. A. Raghavan
Languange : en
Publisher by : HarperCollins
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Description : This book tracks seventy years of the India-Pakistan interface. Events, anecdotes and personalities drive its narrative to illustrate the cocktail of hostility, nationalism and nostalgia that defines every facet of the relationship. It looks at the main events through the eyes and words of actual players and contemporary observers to illustrates how, both in India and in Pakistan, these past events are seen through radically different prisms, how history keeps resurfacing and has a resonance that cannot be avoided to this day. Apart from political, military and security issues, The People Next Door evokes other perspectives: divided families, peacemakers, war mongers, contrarian thinkers, intellectual and cultural associations, unwavering friendships, the footprint of Bollywood, cricket and literature: all of which are intrinsic parts of this most tangled of relationships.


Wall At Wagah

Author by : Kuldip Nayar
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : This is a monumental work, spread over five decades and more, from August 1947 to the 2003. All the articles of Kuldip Nayar on relations between India and Pakistan, with special focus on Kashmir, have been included in this volume. It is a history of wars and accords, of enmity and amity, of failures and successes. Many situations you would like to know are discussed as they happened, phase by phase. He tells about the meetings, suggests a solution to the Kashmir problem, reveals the adventures of Pakistani forces at Kargil and gives details of militants and their operations. This work will be a useful study for academicians, parliamentarians, politicians, students and all those who want to know about what has gone wrong between India and Pakistan.


India S Pakistan Policy

Author by : Stuti Bhatnagar
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge India
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Description : This book critically examines the role of think tanks as foreign policy actors. It looks at the origins and development of foreign policy think tanks in India and their changing relevance and position as agents within the policy-making process. The book uses a comparative framework and explores the research discourse of prominent Indian think tanks, particularly on the India-Pakistan dispute, and offers unique insights and perspectives on their research design and methodology. It draws attention to the policy discourse of think tanks during the Composite Dialogue peace process between India and Pakistan and the subsequent support from the government which further expanded their role. One of the first books to offer empirical analyses into the role of these organisations in India, this book highlights the relevance of and the crucial role that these institutions have played as non-state policy actors. Insightful and topical, this book will be of interest to researchers focused on international relations, foreign policy analysis and South Asian politics. It would also be a good resource for students interested in a theoretical understanding of foreign policy institutions in general and Indian foreign policy in particular.


India Pakistan Wars And The Kashmir Crisis

Author by : Rathnam Indurthy
Languange : en
Publisher by : Taylor & Francis
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Description : This book examines the origins of the conflict between two nuclear powers – India and Pakistan – and the instability and violence in the disputed territory of Kashmir. It presents to its readers a chronology of events and political decisions that have led to an intractable situation of the present, many decades since the stand-off between India and Pakistan started. Rathnam Indurthy traces the origins of the constant war-like situation between the two most powerful nuclear powers in South Asia through war and peace, agreements and talks, and political leaders and generals. From Indira Gandhi to Vajpayee, and from Zia-ul-Haq, Parvez Musharraf and Nawaz Sharif, the volume lays bare the various machinations on the political chessboard. It also looks at the internal issues and politics of Kashmir and offers explanations as well as solutions for the resolution of the festering impasse the two nations have reached. This volume will be of great interest to scholars and readers of foreign policy, international relations, South Asian politics, and defence and strategic studies.


Animosity At Bay

Author by : Pallavi Raghavan
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : In this groundbreaking book, Raghavan uses previously untapped archival sources to weave together new stories about the experiences of post-partition state-making in South Asia. Through meticulous research, it challenges the existing wisdom about the preponderance of animosity and the rhetoric of war. The book shows how amity and a spirit of cordiality governed relations between the states of India and Pakistan in the first five years after partition. Arguing that a hitherto overlooked set of considerations have to be integrated more closely into the analysis of bilateral dialogue, this book analyses the developments leading to the No War correspondence between Nehru and Liaquat Ali Khan, the signing of a 'Minorities' Pact between the two prime ministers, and the early stages of the Indus Waters negotiations, as well as exploring the calculations of Indian and Pakistani delegates at a series of interdominion conferences held in the years after partition. This book will be of interest to specialists in histories of diplomatic practice as well as a general audience in search of narratives of peace in the South Asia region.


India Pakistan Or Pakhtunistan

Author by : Erland Jansson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Uppsala : [University] ; Stockholm : Distributor, Almqvist & Wiksell International
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Animosity At Bay

Author by : PALLAVI. RAGHAVAN
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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India China And Pakistan

Author by : Latif Ahmed Sherwani
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Right To Passage

Author by : Zeeshan Khan
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE Publications India
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Description : In 2011, Zeeshan Khan decided to travel from his city Dhaka via India and Pakistan to Iran and on to Europe. This book traces his journey till he left the borders of Iran, a distance he completed in about 60 days. For Khan the journey was about travelling along a historical route steeped in cultures, languages, religions and races, all woven together as a single, indivisible whole. While India represented somewhat familiar terrain, travelling through contemporary Pakistan and Iran was a particular eye-opener for the author. Much of the current realities of the region are reflected in the book, along with Khan’s own commentary about what he observed and encountered. Equally a pleasure to read for the armchair traveller or the seasoned one, the book is a stunning snapshot of life along a well-worn route known for its spiritual depth and philosophical richness.


A Divided Legacy

Author by : Niaz Zaman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press, USA
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Description : This is perhaps the first book to analyse partition novels in three major languages of the subcontinent: English, Bangali and Urdu. The book is thus an important addition to the numerous writings that have appeared in recent years on an event that not only created two nation states but also affected the psyche of the people who had been divided.


Women S Writings From India Pakistan And Bangladesh

Author by : Rakhshanda Jalil
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing
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Description : In this volume of writings from Bangla and Urdu literature, editors Rakhshanda Jalil and Debjani Sengupta raise issues of language, identity, nationhood and varied aspects of feminism and women's writings in the Indian subcontinent. Both the languages have lived a life across political borders and are spoken, read and loved by people across diverse geographical sites, including a large diaspora. They have had an afterlife after 1947 that helped them to refashion their cultural spheres in a divided land. Women's Writings from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh brings these languages together, to speak to each other and to showcase their strengths. By creating a platform for contemporary literary works, especially by women, it provides a new, radical view of the ways in which these languages have shaped women's creative universes.


India Pakistan And The Great Powers

Author by : William J. Barnds
Languange : en
Publisher by : New York : Published for the Council on Foreign Relations by Praeger
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With Honour Glory

Author by : Maj Gen Jagjit Singh
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lancer Publishers
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Description : This Book Details The Nuclear Weapon Capabilities Of India And Pakistan Prior And Subsequent To The Pokharan And Chagai Tests Of 1998. It Also Deals Wth The Delivery Systems Available To Both Sides And With Possible Command Structure For The Emerging Nuclear Arsenals.


Scene Changes In Kashmir India And Pakistan

Author by : Pran Chopra
Languange : en
Publisher by : Gyan Books
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Description : The book presents here a comprehensive overview of the changes that have taken place in the past few years and explains the opportunities they have opened up for future progress, while also flagging the pitfalls which both countries, the state, and interested third parties must avoid if South Asia is to be freed of the one of the heaviest burdens that lie upon it.