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#3229, 6 September 2010
Kashmir: Search for a Consensus and the Elusive Starting Point
D Suba Chandran argues in favour of refocussuing on existing measures like the Working Group Reports and the withdrawal of AFSPA
#1865, 19 October 2005
The Glorification of Suicide Terrorism
Rohit Honawar examines the reasons that lead to the glorification of suicide terrorists and the sensationalism attached with this morbid act
#1713, 25 April 2005
Profiling the Fidayeen Attacks: Suicide and Suicidal Terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir
Suba Chandran raises pertinent questions about fidayeen attacks in Kashmir and its relation to the general phenomenon of suicide terrorism world wide
#1293, 4 February 2004
Is Militancy Vanishing in Kashmir?
Mehraj Hajni and Ravinderjeet Kour say that objective realities mean that an end to militancy in Kashmir is still far away
#1085, 26 July 2003
Suicide Terrorism in South Asia: From Promised Land to Presumed Land
Suba Chandran brings to light the crucial differences between the various suicide terrorists in South Asia
#650, 28 November 2001
Fighting the Fidayeens: Combating Suicide Terrorism in Kashmir
Suba Chandran warns of more suicide terrorism in Kashmir and explores various options available before India to combat it
#353, 11 May 2000
The First Suicide Bomb in Kashmir
Suba Chandran analyses the implications of the first ever suicide bomb attack in Kashmir

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Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh: Building Peace and Countering Radicalization - Release of the IPCS Workshop Report
9 March 2010 , 1000-1300hrs

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Book Discussion - Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2009
7 January 2010 , 1800-2000hrs

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Kashmir Suicide Bomber Strikes Pakistani Soldiers
NYT, 17 January 2010
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — A suicide bomber detonated his explosives on the Pakistani side of the Kashmir region on Saturday in a rare attack on the Pakistani military there.The bomber blew himself up as a Pakistani military vehicle passed, wounding...

Attack in Kashmir Kills 3 Pakistani Soldiers
NYT, 6 January 2010
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — At least four soldiers were killed and 11 were wounded in what the authorities said could have been a suicide attack in the Pakistan-controlled part of the disputed Kashmir region on Wednesday, according to Pakistani officials...

Blast at Pak army barracks in PoK kills three
The Hindu, 6 January 2010
A bomb ripped through an army barracks on Wednesday in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir region, killing at least three soldiers, media reports said.Eleven troops were injured in the explosion, which took place in the T’rar Khul area of the Sadhnoti district,...

Attack will continue, says militant oufit
The Hindu, 6 January 2010
Jamiat-ul-Mujahideen, a radical outfit, on Wednesday claimed responsibility for the terror attack in Lal Chowk here, saying the strike was intended to convey the message that militancy was not yet over in Kashmir.Threatening further attacks, the pro-Pakistan...

JuM claims responsibility for Srinagar attack
The Hindu, 6 January 2010
At least one security forces personnel was killed and seven people -- including three security men and a journalist -- were injured in a suicide attack launched by unknown militants on police in Lal Chowk in the heart of the city.Jamiat-ul-Mujahideen,...

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Issue Briefs, Special Reports, Research Papers
Major Terrorist Attacks in Jammu & Kashmir (January July 2006): A Profile
Priyashree Andley
Special Report 28
JAMMU & KASHMIR: Suicide & Suicidal Attacks - A Chronology (2004-2005)
Rekha Chakravarthi
Special Report 24
Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2008: Growing Violence
D Suba Chandran and PR Chari (eds.)
New Delhi: Routledge, 2008
Book reviews
Raghav Sharma reviews
A Kashmiri Memoir

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