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Contested border and division of families in Kashmir

Contested border and division of families in Kashmir

contextualizing the ordeal of the Kargil Women

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Published by Wiscomp in New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementSeema Shekhawat.
The Physical Object
Pagination68 p.
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24050533M
LC Control Number2010316213

Aug 10,  · How the Partition of India happened – and why its effects are still felt today The new borders, which split the key provinces of the Punjab and Bengal in two, were officially approved on. Dec 19,  · New Delhi: As part of their 2+2 talks held in Washington Wednesday, External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo discussed the need to protect religious freedom in India in view of the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act, and the continued lockdown in Kashmir. Speaking to reporters after the 2+2 talks, a senior US state department official said, “I think.

Due to the proclivity of India’s neighbours to exploit India’s nation-building activities, the country’s internal security challenges are inextricably linked to border management. The issue gets further complicated due to the highly porous and contested border India shares with its western neighbour, Pakistan. Some borders, like that between the United States and Canada, are peaceful ones. Others are places of conflict caused by rivalries between countries or peoples, disputes over national resources, or disagreements about the past. Eight of the most contentious borders .

Jun 18,  · The Jammu and Kashmir has been gripped with violence since the British Indian Empire partition created India and Pakistan in , spurring decades of diplomatic tensions between the neighboring nations. The unofficial, mile militarized border between the two countries, Author: Hollie Mckay. Oct 01,  · Kashmir's Line of Control is the de facto border between India and Pakistan in the contested region, where tensions have been high since a recent militant attack.


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Contested Border and Division of Families in Kashmir: Contextualizing the Ordeal of the Kargil Women questions the state-centred focus of previous studies on the Kashmir conflict by centrally engaging with the issue of its humanitarian costs.

By retelling the narratives of families divided by the contested border that carves Kashmir into parts. Shekhawat, Seema and Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda, Contested Border and Division of Families in Kashmir: Contextualizing the Ordeal of the Kargil Women, New Delhi: Women in Security, Conflict Management and Peace, Cited by: 3.

Positioning the People in the Contested Borders of Kashmir. Debidatta Aurobinda Mahapatra. Centre for Central Eurasian Studies University of Mumbai, India Though literature on the Kashmir conflict abound, most either neglect the humanitarian aspects or make it secondary to realist paradigm of inter-state relations.

Jun 06,  · southlakes-cottages.com - Buy Contested Lands - Israel-Palestine, Kashmir, Bosnia, Cyprus, and Sri Lanka (OISC) book online at best prices in India on southlakes-cottages.com Read Contested Lands - Israel-Palestine, Kashmir, Bosnia, Cyprus, and Sri Lanka (OISC) book reviews & author details and more at southlakes-cottages.com Free delivery on qualified orders.5/5(2).

One of the best sources for background information on the complicated subject of Jammu and Kashmir is a book by Alastair Lamb entitled Kashmir: A Disputed Legacy – (available online in PDF format). The Kashmir dispute has dominated India-Pakistan relations ever since the Transfer of Power in In this book, Lamb provides a detailed account of the history of the Northern Frontier.

The Kashmir reading list: 11 books to understand the conflict Unlike Palestine and Northern Ireland, not much has been written about southlakes-cottages.com: Hilal Mir. The events of early August opened an uncertain new chapter in Indian-administered Kashmir, with reverberations far beyond its contested borders.

India’s actions have unleashed two sets of related dangers for the region: the potential of a reignited insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir, and a greater probability of future confrontation between. She worked at the University of Mumbai and University of Jammu, India as a research faculty member.

Her publications include Conflict and Displacement in Jammu and Kashmir: The Gender Dimension () and Contested Border and Division of Families in Kashmir: Contextualizing the Ordeal of the Kargil Women (). The testimony recited in A Mission in Kashmir, and the arguments advanced, have received considerable attention in expert and scholarly writing.

Owen Bennett Jones, in the latest edition of his account of Pakistan’s modern history, draws on the book for his account of the Kashmir accession crisis and Jinnah’s response to it.

Kashmir’s history, like its geography, has unfortunately become increasingly contested over the years. Narratives of the conflict, its origins and its ongoing impact are often appropriated by India and Pakistan.

In the process, Kashmir has been reduced to a bilateral affair between the two nations, with indigenous voices being silenced. Feb 04,  · A scholar who has already written books on the Kashmir dispute and the war in Bosnia in the s, Bose has now put together a highly readable account of what is at stake in these lands--Israel and Palestine, Sri Lanka, Kashmir, Bosnia, and southlakes-cottages.com by: She has published several articles, reports and books.

Her publications include Conflict and Displacement in Jammu and Kashmir: The Gender Dimension (); Contested Borders and Division of Families in Kashmir: Contextualizing the Ordeal of the Kargil Women () (co-author).

Aug 13,  · China controls a territory called Aksai Chin to the east, although India has long claimed this area as well. Several wars have broken out between India and Pakistan over Kashmir.

Sincea mile-long Line of Control has functioned as an unofficial border between the countries in the area. Contested Secessions addresses concepts of core moral rights and the right of secession, processes of justification, national-self determination, democracy, justice, and pluralism.

In particular, Neera Chandhoke brings a political theory perspective to bear on the 'Kashmir Problem'. Jun 02,  · He is currently working on a project on China-India border disputes and on colonial practices of postcolonial states of Asia.

Fahad Shah is a journalist and writer. He is the founder and editor of The Kashmir Wallah magazine. His latest book is Of Occupation and Resistance, an anthology that focuses on the resistance and politics of Kashmir.

The Kashmir division borders Jammu Division to the south and Ladakh to the east while Line of Control forms its northern and the western border. The division consists of the following districts: Anantnag, Baramulla, Budgam, Bandipore, Ganderbal, Kupwara, Kulgam, Country: India.

Mar 02,  · Pro-Pakistani rebels, funded by Pakistan, took over much of western Kashmir, and in SeptemberPashtun tribesmen streamed over the border from Pakistan into Kashmir. Gender, Conflict and Peace in Kashmir: Invisible Stakeholders [Seema Shekhawat] on southlakes-cottages.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This book demonstrates that gender is a key component of conflict and peace discourse. The marginalization of women in conflict and peace is all pervasive. Kashmir is a mirror image of this global southlakes-cottages.com by: 3. Aug 05,  · On Monday, about 28 miles (45km) from the contested border, in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-administered Kashmir, dozens of Author: Rebecca Ratcliffe.

Aug 22,  · Following the close of regional British rule inthe Kashmir region was arbitrarily divided between India and Pakistan.

This resulted in a brutal war fought between the two countries over land rights that has lasted decades. A highly contested “Line of Control” was established thereafter and it has been fought over ever since. this issue see Seema Shekhawat and Debidatta Auro binda Mahapatra, Contested Border an d Division of Families in Kashmir: Contextualizing the Ordeal of the Kargil Women (New Delhi: W ISCOMP, Note: This answer is going to take your time but will give you a crystal clear picture of the whole Kashmir issue.

We'll see this answer in following manner: 1. History Of Kashmir; 2. events; 3. Maharaja Hari Singh and Various resolutions; 4.Feb 14,  · Bing Maps, a division of Microsoft, controls a diminutive slice of the online map market. AD Apple is responsive to local laws with respect to border .