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Ceasefire Violations in J&K: A Line on Fire
1 December 2017,1500-1630 hrs
SPEAKER
 
Dr Happymon Jacob | Associate Professor of Diplomacy and Disarmament Studies, School of International Studies, JNU
 
PANEL

Lt Gen (Retd) Vinod Bhatia 
| Former Director General Military Operations (DGMO)

Col (Retd) Ajai Shukla | Columnist, Business Standard

SPS Sandhu | Commandant, Western Theatre Headquarters, Border Security Force (BSF)

MODERATOR 
 
Ruhee Neog | Director, IPCS 
 
On Friday, 1 December 2017, IPCS hosted a panel discussion on 'Ceasefire Violations in J&K: A Line on Fire'. The interaction took place from 1500-1630 hrs in the IPCS Conference room.

Moderated by Ruhee Neog, Director, IPCS, the interactions featured presentations and discussions by Dr Happymon Jacob, Associate Professor of Diplomacy and Disarmament Studies, School of International Studies, JNU; Lt Gen (Retd) Vinod Bhatia, Former Director General Military Operations (DGMO); Col (Retd) Ajai Shukla, Columnist, Business Standard; and SPS Sandhu, Commandant, Western Theatre Headquarters, Border Security Force (BSF).
 
PROGRAMME 

1500-1505 hrs
OPENING REMARKS
 
1505-1520 hrs
CEASEFIRE VIOLATIONS IN JAMMU & KASHMIR: A LINE ON FIRE

Dr Happymon Jacob | Associate Professor of Diplomacy and Disarmament Studies, School of International Studies, JNU

1520-1550 hrs
PANEL DISCUSSION
 
Lt Gen (Retd) Vinod Bhatia | Former Director General Military Operations (DGMO)

Col (Retd) Ajai Shukla | Columnist, Business Standard

SPS Sandhu | Commandant, Western Theatre Headquarters, Border Security Force (BSF)

1550-1630 hrs
Q&A

1630 hrs
TEA
 
 
 

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