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Kashmir, is there a solution?

Sulakshan Mohan

Kashmir, is there a solution?

by Sulakshan Mohan

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Published by Indian Publishers Distributors in Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Jammu and Kashmir (India)
    • Subjects:
    • Jammu and Kashmir (India) -- Politics and government.

    • About the Edition

      Chiefly relates to events after 1947.

      Edition Notes

      Statementby Sulakshan Mohan.
      GenrePolitics and government.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS485.K27 M64 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 362 p. :
      Number of Pages362
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL170186M
      ISBN 108173411395
      LC Control Number99949207
      OCLC/WorldCa43969699

        But this town in Indian-administered Kashmir has found a novel solution, reports Abid Bhat. Every morning, students in Doodpathri, a town in Budgam district, walk past streams and bridges, and up the hill to their new classroom: a picturesque spot with the snow-capped Himalayas as .   I would suggest the book titled "Kashmir: A Case for Struggle" which is a collection of essays and one poem. In it, the piece titled "The Story of Kashmir" by Tariq Ali may help you understand to a certain extent about the topic. There are other e.

        To be honest-this book is highly readable and the tragedy of kashmiris is described in a systematic writer is in favour of a soluble solution of Kashmir writer thinks that the people of Kashmir should decide their fate by becoming Reviews:   Part of Kashmir is in Indian territory and the remaining part is under the governance of Pakistan. There have been unending controversies and arguments on whether entire Kashmir should belong to India or Pakistan. Both the countries have fought wars and there have been no solutions so far for this vexed issue.

      Image Credit: Getty Images. Mughal Emperor Jahangir in the 17 th century famously said, “ Gar firdaus bar-rue zaminast, hamiasto, haminasto,haminasto (If there is heaven on earth, it is here, it is here, it is here!)”. He was referring to Kashmir. Sadly, this heaven is in a state of turmoil and disfigurement. The Kashmir crisis is no closer to resolution than it was in ; there have been a few new CBMs introduced into South Asia, but there is some indication that the old ones have fallen into disuse.


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Kashmir, is there a solution? by Sulakshan Mohan Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Kashmir conflict is a territorial conflict over the Kashmir region, primarily between India and Pakistan, with China playing a third-party role. The conflict started after the partition of India in as both India and Pakistan claimed the Kashmir of the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistan recognizing Chinese sovereignty over the Trans-Karakoram Tract and Aksai Chin.

Kashmir, region of the northwestern Indian subcontinent. Claimed by both India and Pakistan, the region has remained a source of tension since the partition of and was the focus of two wars between them. The region is administratively partitioned along a de. Kashmir, is there a solution. Delhi: Indian Publishers Distributors, (OCoLC) Online version: Mohan, Sulakshan.

Kashmir, is there a solution. Delhi: Indian Publishers Distributors, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sulakshan Mohan. Kashmir could slip out of hands this easily, the very idea of this is mind baffling.

Four generations of Pakistanis have consistently been hypnotized with sloganeering like 'Kashmir banay ga Pakistan', the celebrations like 'Kashmir Day', the persistent military build up, echoing of word ‘Kashmir issue’ on every regional and international forums, only to see this day?Author: Bahadar Ali Khan.

Kurr Kashmir Solutions to the Conflict in Kashmir 3. maximum autonomy for both Kashmirs in an either unified or divided state. This dialogue between India and Pakistan has, however, failed to achieve any lasting solution to the Kashmir conflict, as each of these proposals fails to provide an adequate solution acceptable to all sides.

Lt Gen DS Hooda (retd), the former GOC-in-Chief of the Indian army's Northern Command holds strong views on Kashmir. In an exclusive chat with Kashmir. History remembers the Agra Summit as one of the greatest missed opportunities of India-Pakistan relations.

Former Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri in his book ‘Neither a Hawk nor a Dove’ wrote that the “solution to Kashmir was in the grasp of both governments”.

'There is no military solution to Kashmir'. 'Once the violence is contained, the politicians must play their role, but unfortunately that is not happening.'.

With Kashmir under lockdown, Preti Taneja chooses books that explore the history of the most militarised region in the world Kashmiri people protest.

The solution that would suit us would be merger of Kashmir with Pakistan. The solution suiting Kashmiris of Srinagar and IOK would be independence-most do not want to be with us-just want freedom. Azad Kashmir is different, they want merger with Pakistan.

Different groups of people in Kashmir want different things. The book is structured around five key points and emphases. 1I started this book with the roots of crisis and how it happened since Why Late Prime Minister of Kashmir Shaikh Mohammad Abdullah was dismissed and put in prison for ten years without any concrete evidence and what went wrong between Shaikh Abdullah and Late Prime Minister of Reviews: 1.

While recalling his discussion with former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Pakistan’s Prime minister Imran Khan on Monday, said Vajpayee has told him that if Bhartiya Janata Party has won the Lok Sabha election, the Kashmir would have been resolved then. Khan said, “It shows that there is a solution of Kashmir and both countries were close to resolve it.”.

In Kashmir: A Disputed Legacy, Alastair Lamb delves into the genesis of the conflict. Because of a order by the Indian home ministry that forbade the import of books about Kashmir written by foreigners, Kashmir: A Disputed Legacy is unavailable in India. In the book, Lamb argues that Kashmir’s accession to India in was invalid.

Kashmir joins India. Such a solution would be unlikely to bring stability to the region as the Muslim inhabitants of Pakistani-administered Jammu and Kashmir, including the Northern Areas, have never shown any desire to become part of India.

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Anderson, D. Sweeny, T. Williams, J. Camm, K. Martin Thirteen Edition South Western, Cengage Learning, ISBN 13 -3*****. Will There Be A Solution For Kashmir Problem. Aug Columns, feature, araman Many Indians believe that if the strong Modi government would not be able to abolish Article 35A successfully in Kashmir, it is highly dou.

However, there is no way that the views of the residents of Kashmir on the matter can be ascertained by a careful survey in the present surcharged atmosphere in Kashmir.

The article, dating back toguaranteed Kashmir’s special status within the larger Indian union and enshrined the conditions of the state’s accession to India soon after partition in Musharraf, who was the architect of the Kargill attack, surprisingly took a U-turn and went to the extent of finding a solution to the Kashmir issue.

He proposed four out-of-box solutions. A fully independent Kashmir would be the solution. it would allow India and Pakistan to live in peace, because Kashmir would act has a buffer zone between the two.

Both Countries would be able to spend money on there infrastructure like education. Just as Kashmir is never out of the news cycle, the region is also a perennial favourite with publishers.

Scores of books have been written on its fractious history, geography, politics and. In Kashmir, anti-India militancy and calls for self-rule continue Revoking Article is the first step towards finding a political solution to the conflict,” he said, while acknowledging.