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January 2004
#1285
Government Yields to Anti-Ahmadiya Alliance in Bangladesh
20 January 2004 Anand Kumar comments on the recent fundamentalist demands in Bangladesh to declare Ahmadiyas as non-Muslims
#1284
Agra to Islamabad: A Chronology
19 January 2004 B Rajeshwari traces significant Indo-Pak developments since the previous summit at Agra Summit upto the recent one at Islamabad
#1283
Case for an IDP Database for Indiaís Northeast
17 January 2004 Bibhu Prasad Routray says the absence of a systematic database of IDPs in Northeast India may violate rights of displaced people
#1282
Arms Buildup in Nepal (Nepal Media Survey December 1-31 2003)
17 January 2004 PG Rajamohan surveys the major events of the last month of 2003 as covered in the Nepali press
#1281
Kashmir and Jihad (Pakistan Media Analysis 1-7 January 2004)
16 January 2004 Suba Chandransays that recent Pakistani media reflects a ‘positive change’ in the national attitude towards jihad and democracy
#1280
The Price of Malgovernance
15 January 2004 Firdaus Ahmed states that lack of emphasis on development can derail democracy itself
#1279
SAARC Summit: Pakistani Perceptions
15 January 2004 Saira Yamin-Basim looks into the Pakistani perceptions of Indo-Pak relations and the centrality of the Kashmir issue after the SAARC Summit
#1278
Looking for Solutions in Kashmir: Pakistanís Perceptions
15 January 2004 Suba Chandran looks at Pakistan and Kashmir in the final part of a five part series analyzing the ICG Report
#1277
Pakistan, Nuclear Weapons and Militancy in Kashmir
15 January 2004 Suba Chandran looks at Pakistan and Kashmir in the fourth part of a five part series analyzing the ICG Report
#1276
Pakistanís Defence Expenditure and Kashmir
15 January 2004 Suba Chandran looks at Pakistan and Kashmir in the third part of a five part series analyzing the ICG Report
#1275
Can Musharraf be Trusted?: Pakistanís Military and Kashmir
15 January 2004 Suba Chandran looks at Pakistan and Kashmir in the second part of a five part series analyzing the ICG Report
#1274
Pakistanís Kashmir Policy: Internal Aspects
15 January 2004 Suba Chandran looks at Pakistan and Kashmir in the first part of a five part series analyzing the ICG Report
#1273
Pakistanís Nuclear Linkages with Iran
15 January 2004 Reshmi Kazi highlights the immediate need for Pakistan to halt proliferation of nuclear technology
#1272
A Nightmare for the US
15 January 2004 Bobby Sharmacomments on the challenges ahead for the US in Iraq
#1271
SAARC Summits since 1985: A Profile
14 January 2004 Rajeshwari provides a brief overview of the focus and outcome of the SAARC summits held since 1985
#1270
The SAARC Summit and After
14 January 2004 Maj Gen Dipankar Banerjee analyses the various outcomes of the 12th SAARC Summit
#1269
SAARC Summit √Ę‚ā¨‚Äú A Growing Hope among Kashmiris
14 January 2004 Amin Masoodi looks at various initiatives aimed at restoring peace and normalcy in the Kashmir valley.
#1268
Indo Pak Dialogue (Urdu Media Survey 16-31 December 2003)
14 January 2004 Amin Masoodi looks at the coverage of the attack on the President Musharraf and the forthcoming SAARC summit in Urdu media
#1267
Kashmir and Human Rights (Urdu Media Survey 1-15 December 2003)
13 January 2004 Amin Masoodi highlights concerns of the Urdu media about human rights violations in Kashmir
#1266
Afghanistan: The Forgotten Front against War on Terror
7 January 2004 Niraj Kumar writes on factors accounting for America’s limited success in the fight against terror in Afghanistan
#1265
Bhutan launches military operations (North East Regional Media Survey, 16-31 December 2003)
3 January 2004 Bibhu Prasad Routray surveys issues as reported in the north east media over the last fortnight of the year
#1264
Disarmament and the Afghan Dilemma
2 January 2004 Saji Cherian says that disarming militias in Afghanistan is crucial to reconstruction and nation-building
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