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  • The Diamer Bhasha Dam in Gilgit Baltistan: India's Concerns

    This article is an attempt to understand India's concerns over the Diamer Bhasha dam project within the overall ambit of India's approach towards Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). It makes a holistic assessment of the feasibility of the project, the political and technical issues involved in it, the long-term strategy of Pakistan and China in the region, and the local reactions, which must inform India's future policy preferences regarding PoK. The article is divided into three parts.

    July 2012

    Sectarian Strife in Gilgit Baltistan

    The spate of killings has unleashed fear and uncertainty among the people and there is an open outcry about the government’s inaction and inability to control the situation.

    May 21, 2012

    Gilgit Baltistan: Pakistan’s Growing Travails and India’s Inexplicable Silence

    A course correction coupled with a proactive policy of nurturing the growing pro-India constituency in Gilgit Baltistan is the need of the hour.

    March 28, 2012

    Pakistan Occupied Kashmir: The Untold Story

    Pakistan Occupied Kashmir: The Untold Story

    Publisher: Manas Publications
    ISBN 81-7049-315-3
    Rs. 495 [Download E-Copy] [Buy Now]


    Pakistan Occupied Kashmir: Under the Jackboot

    Pakistan Occupied Kashmir: Under the Jackboot

    Publisher: Genesis Publications
    ISBN: 81-7020-680-4

    Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK), which is the territory which Pakistan had acquired through aggression way back in 1947, remains as a no-man's-land which the world community seems to have forgotten. Comprising of nearly one-third of the original sovereign state of Jammu and Kashmir, it represents one of the biggest human tragedies of the contemporary political map of the world.

    E-Copy available