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Sarral Sharma is a research officer at the Centre for Internal and Regional Security (IReS), Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies. He is also a member of the Delhi team of Aaghaz-e-Dosti, an India-Pakistan peace and development initiative. His research interests include India's internal security, with special focus on external threats, counter-terrorism, domestic and regional terrorism, the Kashmir conflict and Indo-Pak relations.

He is currently pursuing his MPhil at the Department of Modern Indian Languages and Literary Studies, University of Delhi. His MPhil thesis is titled, 'Tracing India's Second and Third Generations Partition Narratives'. He holds a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in English Literature from the University of Delhi.


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Sarral Sharma
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Lahore by-election: Nawaz Sharif's Party Retains NA-120 Seat, But Right-wing Outfits may Pose Threat in 2018, Firstpost, 20 September 2017

Abu Dujana Killing, Bickering Militant Groups, Uncertainty in Pakistan Spell Political Opportunity in Kashmir ", Firstpost, 02 August 2017

Srinagar By-Election: Deteriorating Political Space in Kashmir, South Asian Voices, 26 April 2017

India’s Shifting Stance on Pakistan, South Asian Voices, 31 October 2016

Discontent in Kashmir: The PDP-BJP Alliance’s Mistakes, South Asian Voices, 28 July 2016

 

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