Category Archives: Jammu & Kashmir

Surgical Strike In POK Has Set The Trend In The Minds Of The Nation; By J.K. Verma

CAS article no. 0047/2017 Courtesy: Aviation Defence Universe A year since the nation basked in reflected glory of the brave soldiers’ of the Special Forces of the Indian Army, having undertaken successfully the operation of the 21st century to date and the country’s latest buzzword is surgical strikes. India is celebrating the first anniversary of the surgical strike of September 29 2016,in which the valiant soldiers of Indian army entered Pakistan… Read Article →

Stop pampering the Kashmiri separatist leaders; By JK Verma

CAS article no. 0148/2016 Courtesy: Aviation and Defence Universe Pakistan bashing though genuine is the talk of the nation currently but the toughest challenge is the role of the separatist elements. They are influential with the masses, pampered by the government and funded by Pakistan’s ISI. Kashmiri separatist leaders always criticize and condemn India and allege about human right violations by Indian security agencies. Most of them openly praise Pakistan… Read Article →

Modi’s POK-Balochistan Ploy: Gambit or Game Plan?; By Col. R. Hariharan

CAS article no. 0142/2016 Courtesy: Deccan Chronicle  Though Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech on Independence Day covered a wide range of issues, it was his reference to Pakistan’s human rights aberrations in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (including Gilgit Baltistan) and Balochistan that triggered a lot of speculation about a new Indian narrative on Kashmir. No PM before Modi had ever raised the issue of Pakistan’s poor human rights record in POK… Read Article →

It is Time to Call Pakistan’s Bluff on Kashmir; By Jai Kumar Verma

CAS article no. 0128/2016 Courtesy: South Asia Monitor The party in power in Islamabad,Pakistan, the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N), won 31 out of  the 49 seats(direct election is held for only 41 seats) in the assembly elections of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) held on July 21, 2016. A total of 26 political parties and 423 candidates participated in this farcical elections. The performance of other political parties was very dismal… Read Article →

India and China Moving Towards Becoming Chindia; By Jai Kumar Verma

CAS article no. 0087/2016 Courtesy: Aviation and Defence Universe  From conflict to cooperation, the concept of Chindia seems to be the new mantra in the Sino-Indian relationship today. When leaders of India & China meet they represent more than one third world population, two fastest growing economies, having biggest militaries and leading consumers of energy, consequently their relations cordial or hostile effect not only the region but the whole world…. Read Article →

New Law Signals China’s Intentions to Accelerate its International Counter-Terrorism Cooperation; By D. S. Rajan

CAS article no. 0024/2016 Courtesy: Chennai Centre for China Studies Abstract To deal with the increasing challenges from terrorism to its interests both at home and abroad, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has enacted a new counter-terrorism law, stipulating inter alia formation of national and regional counter-terrorism agencies. The law contains a firm indication that the country is poised to give a big push to its international counter-terrorism cooperation;… Read Article →

Border Violations: Respond in Language Pak Army Understands; By J. K. Verma

CAS article no:  0016/2015 Courtesy: South Asia Monitor  The relations between India and Pakistan are generally tense and both countries do not miss any opportunity to slander the other although several times the accusations and counter accusations are for the consumption of hardliners in their own state. The border violations by India’s hostile neighbor Pakistan has increased manifold since the last few months. Pakistani security forces have violated the ceasefire… Read Article →