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SOUTH ASIA’S CONFLICT GENERATION AND ITS EXTERNAL INPUTS

Paper no. 1170    22. 11. 2004

By Dr Subhash Kapila 

Introductory Observations:

MUSLIMS AND INDIAN COMMUNISTS - Strange Allies?

Paper NO. 1107                                                                     01/09/2004

by R.Upadhyay 

Y2K OK: KEEPING THE FINGERS CROSSED

Note no. 56  

We had previously circulated the following two papers on the Y2K problem:

* 'The Millennium Incompatibility: Need For Timely Audit & Action": Disseminated on April 14,1997.

IMAM ALI, NAJAF & OTHER SHRINES- Buddhist influence in Islam.

Paper No. 1108                                                                06/09/2004

by K. Gajendra Singh

PAK ARMY RESHUFFLE & AFTER

Paper No. 1138                              04/10/2004

by B.Raman

THE Y2K (Year 2000)PROBLEM

                      Paper no. 30  

 

PROXY WAR IN CYBER SPACE

Paper no. 150 

 by  B.Raman

The principal threats to networked information systems (IS) arise from paralysis or destruction, clandestine data distortion or transfer and defacements.

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