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BANGLADESH’S ANTI-INDIAN GUN RUNNING AND INSURGENT HAVENS PERSIST

 

Paper 987                                                       29.04.2004

by Dr. Subhash Kapila   

Introductory Observations: India has constantly complained to Bangladesh about the anti-Indian activities that continue to be launched from its territory in the form of gun-running for India’s North East insurgents groups and insurgents havens provided to them in parts of Bangladesh. Bangladesh at the official level has constantly denied these claims. 

BHUTAN: update 12-All round letdowns for the Refugees in Nepal:

 

Note No. 115                        20.09.2000

by  S.Chandrasekharan

 

BANGLADESH EMERGES AS ALTERNATIVE BASE FOR PAKISTAN’S PROXY WAR AGAINST INDIA: A Perspective

 

Paper 997                                                       11.05.2004

by Dr. Subhash Kapila 

Introductory Observations: India has never ever viewed Bangladesh in an adversarial perspective. Not even when for reasons of domestic politics, a section of the Bangladesh polity has made anti-Indian stances as a plank to gain political mileage. 

BHUTAN: Update No. 11 - Is UNHCR going for a pro active role?

 

S.Chandrasekharan.                                                      5-6-2000

BANGLADESH’ DOMESTIC POLITICAL VIOLENCE BY ISLAMIC JEHADIS

 

Paper 1012                                                     31.05.2004

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

Introductory Background: Bangladesh is sliding into a new nursery for Islamic Jehadis. The fact that Pakistan’s intelligence agencies and Saudi Arabian money have been quietly active in organizing and financing a host of Islamic Jehadi organizations is a recorded fact. 

BHUTAN: Update No. 10. : Nepal should not let down the refugees.

 

Dr. S.Chandrasekharan                                           5.4.2000

BANGLADESH MISPERCEIVES NEW INDIAN GOVERNMENT’S FOREIGN POLICY THRUST: An Analysis

 

Paper 1017                                                    04.06.2004

by Dr. Subhash Kapila 

Introductory Observations:

India’s change of Government to a Congress-led coalition in May 2004 has generated mixed and confused signals in India-Bangladesh relations due to a rhetorical overdrive from both sides in terms of professions of friendship and goodwill. 

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