3 edition of India, Pakistan, and the Kashmir tangle found in the catalog.
India, Pakistan, and the Kashmir tangle
|Other titles||What next?, India, Pakistan & the Kashmir tangle.|
|LC Classifications||DS485.K27 C487 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||95900959|
On Aug. 5, the Indian government announced that the “special status” accorded to the state Jammu and Kashmir—which includes Ladakh—was no more. The government also split and downgraded the status of the erstwhile state into two union territories: “Jammu and Kashmir,” which will have a local legislature while Ladakh will resemble other union territories. The Indo-Pakistani War of –, sometimes known as the First Kashmir War, was fought between India and Pakistan over the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir from to It was the first of four Indo-Pakistan Wars fought between the two newly independent an precipitated the war a few weeks after independence by launching tribal lashkar (militia) from Waziristan, in Location: Kashmir.
WARS WITHOUT END: THE INDO-PAKISTANI CONFLICT Indian aims in the war, the goals were limited. Furthermore, the belligerents observed both tacit and explicit restraints." Even the war, which contributed to the breakup of Pakistan, saw important restraints on the use of force. THE ORIGINS OF THE CONFLICT The origins of the dispute. Kashmir tangle: The Third Angle. There’s a movement within a movement simmering in Jammu and Kashmir. Ladakh, the oft-ignored region of the state, wants out. Partha S. Banerjee spoke to Tsering Samphel, one of the more prominent voices from the Buddhist outpost, about whyAuthor: Partha S. Banerjee.
When India and Pakistan first fought over Kashmir in , after the two countries became independent from the United Kingdom, the United Nations imposed an immediate cease-fire. ANY BOOK ON HISTORY AND GENESIS OF THE KASHMIR ISSUE LISTED BELOW CAN BE BOUGHT ONLINE FROM OUR AFFILIATED INTERNET BOOKSTORES BELOW. Rajesh. , Kashmir Tangle, Issues and Options (Asia Publications) Karim, Afsir (Maj Gen) Robert G. , India, Pakistan, and the Kashmir Dispute: On Regional Conflict and its Resolution (MacMillan.
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India Pakistan and the Kashmir Tangle 1st Edition by Pran Chopra (Author)First published: 01 Jan, As And the Kashmir tangle book and India square up for what may become a major regional conflict, Victoria Schofield's timely book examines the Kashmir question, from the period when the valley was an independent kingdom to its current status as a battleground for two of the world's newest nuclear powers: India Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: What next?: a question of war and peace for a billion people.
Spine title: India, Pakistan & the Kashmir tangle. S eventy years after partition, the annexation of Kashmir by India is the endgame of Devraj, the Hindu nationalist businessman protagonist of my Author: Preti Taneja. 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.
This book 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 present day. Drawing upon research in India and Pakistan, as well as historical sources, this book traces the origins of the state in the 19th century, the controversial ""sale"" by the 5/5(2).
India, Pakistan, and and the Kashmir tangle book Kashmir dispute by Robert Wirsing,St. Martin's Press edition, in EnglishCited by: Probably one of the best history books on Kashmir.
Goes into the history of the region starting from partition and ending at the year Is surprisingly fairly balancedgives the perspectives of the Pakistanis, the Indians, and for once, the Kashmiris themselves.4/5.
India blames Pakistan for stirring the unrest by backing separatist militants in Kashmir - a charge its neighbour denies. Now a sudden change to Kashmir's status on the Indian side has created.
He traces the history of the Kashmiri people and puts the events of in a clear perspective. In doing so the author exposes for the first time the machinations of the British, the Indians and the Pakistanis at the time of the Partition of the British Indian Empire which marked the onset of the Kashmir tangle.
India and Pakistan may continue to wrestle with each other with claims and counter claims but their real test lies in how they approach the Kashmir tangle.
The issue has been the biggest reason for their estranged relations and the past has shown that when approached politically it could. About The Book Founded in the mid-nineteenth century, the state of Jammu and Kashmir brought together areas that are culturally linguistically and geographically diverse: Jammu, Kashmir, Ladakh, Gilgit-Baltistan and what is now Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.
It is in this genesis, perhaps, that the seeds of the current unrest lie. And the key to peace in this volatile region is in an understanding. Pakistan’s Policy Toward Kashmir Dispute () Margalla Papers plebiscite is an appropriate solution to this conflict.8 However, despite having a clear objective, the Pakistani policy makers have devised multiple military and diplomatic strategies over the period of six and a half Size: KB.
The eruption of massive anti-Indian violence in Indian Kashmir in early 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. The Kashmir conflict is a territorial conflict between India, Pakistan and China over the Kashmir dispute is over the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir that was independent before The conflict has escalated into three wars between India and Pakistan and several other armed skirmishes.
China has also been involved in the conflict in a third-party role. state’s majority Muslim population. War between India and Pakistan was ﬁnally halted in by a ceaseﬁre supervised by the recently founded United Nations.
For over ﬁfty years, India and Pakistan have fought over Jammu and Kashmir both on the battleﬁeld and at the negotiating table; both countries. Peaceful co-existence of India and Pakistan has been flawed since their independence owing to dispute over the former princely state of Kashmir.
Pakistan, rejecting the dubious accession of the. William Dalrymple on the mutual genocide of Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs in the creation of Pakistan and India, and Nisid Hajari’s book, “Midnight’s Furies.”. Kuldip Nayar, in his book Beyond the Lines—An Autobiography writes on Sardar Patel’s consistent view that Kashmir should be part of Pakistan.
Nayar writes, ‘My impression is that had Pakistan been patient it would have got Kashmir automatically. India could not have conquered it, nor could a Hindu Maharaja have ignored the composition of the population, which was predominantly.
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. “Kashmir is a bilateral matter for India and Pakistan to resolve together by means of a peaceful solution, which protects the human rights of the Kashmiri people and respects their right to Author: Patrick Wintour.The Kashmir tangle: issues and options.
[Rajesh Kadian] War and the Fractured Peace --The regional governments --The ideological underpinnings of India and Pakistan --The Anglo-American strategic interests --The military mythology of both countries --The Indian and Pakistani # Jammu and Kashmir (India)\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema.Books about the Indian Subcontinental Partition These are books, both fiction and non-fiction, dealing with the Partition that affected present-day India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
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