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Vol I Issue IX

A Kashmir Bachao Andolan Publication

January 2003

I N S I D E


 

Spotlight 

Romeet K WATT

 

Editorial     

TKT Says......

 

GuestColumn     Krishnamoorty       

 

Big Fight      

Romeet K WATT

 

On Track     

Romeet K WATT

 

Opinion

T R Jawahar

 

Analysis

Sawraj Singh

 

State Craft

Romeet K WATT

 

Report

SAT Feature

 

Last Word

Romeet K WATT

 

 


 

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New Delhi & Islamabad: The end game   

Romeet K WATT


KASHMIR has been, time and again, portrayed in the Western media as the ‘nuclear flash point’ between India and Pakistan in Southeast Asia, and the International community, by and large, has had the propensity to concur with the belief. In the post 13/12 state of affairs, amidst heightened tensions between the .......More >>>>

Hey Ram: Big ego, Small man

The Kashmir TELEGRAPH says ........


RAM Jethmalani, former Union Law Minister, has stooped to new low-levels -- not that the occurrence is surprising -- to make his presence felt. Time and again, shamelessly, he is defending General Pervez Musharraf in his articles published by a particular newspaper. Accordingly, we no longer need to look at newspapers .......More >>>>

G U E S T   C O L U M N

B I G   F I G H T

Defining the Kashmir issue

Dasu Krishnamoorty


The gains that followed the electoral coup in Kashmir have received further succour from Deputy Prime Minister L.K.Advani’s fresh initiative for a dialogue, not just between Delhi and Srinagar but with all sides interested in peace in the valley and its speedy development. The talks will be with all elected representatives  ......More >>>>

Is U.S going the U.S.S.R way?

Romeet K WATT


The United States of America has 37,000 troops, more than 90 installations scattered across the length and the breadth, in South Korea under a mutual defence treaty. Nevertheless, the presence has long been a source of antagonism for communities near the military bases. On June 13, 2002, a U.S. armoured vehicle hit  .......More >>>>

O N   T R A C K

O P I N I O N

Kashmir Pundits & the 'healing touch'

Romeet K WATT


New Delhi went ecstatic with the successful culmination of October 2002 elections in the trouble-torn state of J&K, and rightly so, because, for once, their stand on Kashmir was vindicated by the International community, something, that had not been forthcoming in the past. The wide spread appreciation .......More >>>>

Gujarat: Media's moment of infamy

T R Jawahar


IN Gujarat, it was not the Congress that was pitted against the BJP but the 'secular' media composed of national dailies with their notional agendas and the Stars for whom even the sky was not the limit when it came to BJP-bashing or Modi-baiting. The election results have come as a crushing defeat for them, the true opposition ......More >>>>

 A N A L Y S I S

S T A T E C R A F T

Putin's visit to India & China

Sawraj Singh


Russian President Vladimir Putin recently visited China and India: This trip has great historical significance because it represents an emergence of a grand eastern alliance. This alliance, consisting of Russia, China, and India will be the largest and historically, the most powerful alliance in the world. It will radically change .......More >>>>

The Kashmir Committee: Ram in U.S

Romeet K WATT


Kashmir Committee (KC) -- led by Ram Jethmalani, former Union Law Minister -- which has been spearheading the process of untangling the dreadlocks of the larger Kashmir issue has taken a step forward, and two backwards, and is no closer to breaking ice with the separatists, lead by All Party Hurriyat Conference .....More >>>>

R E P O R T

L A S T   W O R D

Ex-ISI Chief's Revelations

Special SAT Report


Pakistan defied the United Nations ban on supply of arms to the Bosnian Muslims and sophisticated anti-tank guided missiles were air lifted by the Pakistani intelligence agency, ISI, to help Bosnians fight the Serbs, an ex-ISI Chief has officially admitted in a written petition submitted before a court in Lahore reports south Asia .......More >>>>

A tale of two fugitives

Romeet K WATT


Once upon a time there lived two fugitives. The two were poles apart, yet alike. Both held democratic establishments to ransom and committed the most inhumane acts - putting to rest, innocent victims by worst possible means. And there was no stopping their despicable and diabolic acts, unless they were caught - to borrow an.......More >>>>


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