• Kashmir Problem
    Kasmir Issue In: Historical Events Kasmir Issue Kashmir Issue: Causes and Effects Sana Iqbal December 5, 2010 Outline 1. Introduction 2. History 3. Causes of the Conflict 4. Beginning of the Confrontation 5. Conclusion Introduction Ever since territorial changes have taken...
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  • Conflict resolutino and conflict transformation in practice - With the case study of Kashmir
    Conflict Resolution and Conflict Transformation in practice - With the Case Study of Kashmir ⁃ 16 Table of Contents Page number I. II. III. Introduction...
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  • Kashmir Conflict
    Kashmir conflict: The issue of territory is one factor that has lead to conflict between India and Pakistan. It is one of the most intractable and long standing conflicts in the world. The problem of Kashmir arose because maharaja hari singh was unable to makeup his mind to which dominion the...
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  • Kashmir
    WHAT IS THE NATURE OF THE LOGIC OF THE KASHMIR CONFLICT? Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION The president of United States, Bill Clinton once said that Kashmir can be considered as the most dangerous place in the world. He also added that the moot point is the line of control in the Indian subcontinent...
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  • Kashmir
    Organisation of the Study 8 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Problem The Kashmir territorial dispute between India and Pakistan is among the modern world’s longest running conflicts. Since 1947, the region has witnessed a recurring series of unstable confrontations. South Asia as...
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  • Settig Up a Hotel in Srinagar Kashmir
    to Kashmir the political solution is the only way it can be maintained. Both India and Pakistan in future would have to peacefully resolve this issue and adhere to peoples demand with respect to their will wish and desires. So in conclusion the current political situation is favorable for...
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  • Musharraf Convinced Chenab Formula Is the Only Acceptable Solution of Kashmir
    Pakistan, including the issue of Jammu & Kashmir. It advocated using Chenab River as the border. The special envoy of Pakistani Prime Minister, made this proposal to his Indian interlocutor on March 29, 1999 in New Delhi. “His visit to New Delhi was a secret known only to the Prime Minister of Pakistan...
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  • Kashmir Problem
    INTRODUCTION Location and composition • Kashmir is the northwestern region of the Indian subcontinent. • It is situated mostly in the Himalayan mountains. • Until the mid-19th century, the term Kashmir geographically denoted only the valley between the Great Himalayas and the Pir...
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  • Kashmir Conflict
    Possible Solutions to Kashmir Conflict Introduction: Kashmir has been one of the longest running disputes in contemporary times. Dispute over the state of Jammu and Kashmir arose almost instantaneously as India and Pakistan obtained independence from British rule in 1947. Although Kashmir is not...
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  • Kashmir Conflict
    INTRODUCTION: The Kashmir dispute is the oldest unresolved international conflict in the world today. Pakistan considers Kashmir as its core political dispute with India. So does the international community, except India. The exchange of fire between their forces across the Line of Control...
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  • Kashmir politics and regional stability
    the major change in the international community’s view of the Kashmir issue brought about by the introduction of nuclear weapons into South Asia.  The presence of a terrible nuclear war between India and Pakistan has made regional peace and stability the primary goal the United States to pursue in...
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  • Game Theory
    ] | | Introduction India and Pakistan have been involved in conflict over Kashmir since Independence. It has led to numerous wars and attacks. The relations and wars over Kashmir can be studied using Game Theory. Tit for Tat policy has been practiced by both nations. The pay of for wars for both...
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  • Facts
    bilateral issues, including Kashmir. The Composite Dialogue remains suspended following the terrorist attacks in Mumbai in November 2008 but bilateral talks resumed in February 2010. Foreign Ministers of both countries met in July 2010 and are expected to meet again before the end of 2010. Both countries...
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  • Indian Hegemonic Designs
    INDIAN HEGEMONIC DESIGNS AND THE FUTURE OF KASHMIR Introduction 1. India’s hegemonic designs have always generated intense academic, intellectual, and strategic interest and controversy. Historically, Indian expansionist psyche can be traced back to the concept of ‘Vishal Bharat’ or Greater...
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  • Panchayati Raj Institutions in Jammu and Kashmir
    Evolution of Panchayati Raj Institutions in Jammu and Kashmir: A Critical Analysis Abstract: The Panchayati Raj is an indigenous and time-honoured concept in our country. Panchayats as traditional institutions were seen in India as almost sacred with their Panchas (members) referred to as ‘Panch...
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  • The Kashmir Conflict-The Importance to India and Pakistan
     Introduction Kashmir Conflict has been around since 1947. It is also the key point or the reasons why India and Pakistan did not get along well. Because of this, the diplomatic relationships between the two countries are on the fire and both countries has been...
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  • Initial Problems of Pakistan
    200million rupees. As the war between India and Pakistan had started on the issue of Kashmir India again stopped the rest of the amount by saying that Pakistan could use it to buy arms. After the protest from Pakistan and the threat of hunger strike by Gandhi, Nehru was forced to pay another 500 million...
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  • Kashmir Conflict
    A Relationship of Relentless Hostility A Brief Introduction: Kashmir is bleeding. Ever since the partition of the Indian subcontinent by the British in 1947, India and Pakistan have been bitter rivals and the Kashmir conflict remains unresolved. During five decades, they have fought...
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  • Mfn Status to India - Pakistani Perspective
    the most recently concluded round of trade talks, held last month in Mumbai. Trade could not be allowed until the Kashmir issue was resolved to Pakistan's satisfaction. So after the 1965 war with India, all trade was banned, except a short list of necessary items. What it means? The decision to...
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  • Student
    INTRODUCTION: Water is likely to be the most divisive issue between India and Pakistan. Or water could, with imagination and political will, become the basis for enduring bilateral cooperation. The irony is that despite the many wars that India and Pakistan have fought over a variety of...
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