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January 2002
#691
Pakistan and the United States Military Presence: Implications
7 January 2002 Dr Subhash Kapila points out that US military presence in Pakistan would only place the latter in a political and strategic fix
#689
Dealing with the NDFB
31 January 2002 Bibhu Prasad Routray suggests that attempts to contain the NDFB, the most violent outfit in Assam, must commence with neutralising its advantages
#688
Profile of Indian Paramilitary Forces – IV Indo Tibetan Border Police
31 January 2002 Mallika Joseph profiles the ITBP which mans the Indo-Tibetan border having altitudes ranging from 9000 to 18000 feet and temperatures going below minus 40 degrees Celsius
#687
Profile of Indian Paramilitary Forces – III The Central Industrial Security Force
31 January 2002 Mallika Joseph profiles the CISF which provides security and protection to India’s Public Sector Undertakings worth $17 trillion
#686
Profile of Indian Paramilitary Forces – II Border Security Force
31 January 2002 Mallika Joseph profiles the BSF which mans the Indo-Pak and Indo-Bangladesh borders
#685
Sino- Indian Ties: New Orientation?
31 January 2002 Sonika Gupta discusses the impact of Zhu Rongji’s visit to India
#684
Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf’s Speech of 12 January 2002
28 January 2002 Report of the IPCS Roundtable Discussion held on 18 January 2002
#683
Attack on American Centre, Kolkata
25 January 2002 PR Chari
#682
December 13 Terrorist Attack: The Acid Test for the US
22 January 2002 Kannan K points out the double standards of the US in tackling terrorism against the US and against India
#681
President Musharraf’s Address: What’s New?
19 January 2002 PR Chari critically examines Pakistan President Musharraf’s address to the nation on 12 January 2002
#680
Tools of Terror: The Art and Science of Steganography
19 January 2002 Maj Gen Yashwant Deva explains how steganography has become "a fail-proof system" for covert communications by terrorist networks
#679
Challenging Terrorism at Sea
19 January 2002 Commander Vijay Sakhuja highlights the little known dangers of terrorism at sea
#678
Maoist Insurgency and Indo-Nepal Border Relations
19 January 2002 Kanchan L addresses the issue of complex network of Maoist groups and its implications on the Indo-Nepal relations
#677
Will there be a Fourth Round?
4 January 2002 SS Chandel says that India does not have much choice apart from fighting terrorism defensively in the Valley and else where
#676
11 Septemebr 2001: The US and Kashmir
4 January 2002 Mayilvaganan feels that the US, inside and outside the region should continue its current drive against terrorism with the same vigour
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