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संग्रह प्रविष्टि:

Ramesh Chandra (?):

Global Terrorism: A Threat To Humanity (Terrorism in India), Vol.6 (2003) (?)

डिलीवरी से: भारतयह पुस्तक एक hardcover पुस्तक एक पुस्तिका नहीं हैनई किताब
ISBN:

9788178352671 (?) या 8178352672

, Band: 6, अज्ञात भाषा, Gyan Publishing House, hardcover, नई
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Delhi, India: Gyan Publishing House, 2003. hardcover. New.
डेटा से 05.03.2017 22:09h
ISBN (वैकल्पिक notations): 81-7835-267-2, 978-81-7835-267-1
संग्रह प्रविष्टि:

Ramesh Chandra (?):

Global Terrorism: A threat To Humanity (Terrorism In India), Vol.6 (2003) (?)

डिलीवरी से: भारतयह पुस्तक एक hardcover पुस्तक एक पुस्तिका नहीं हैनई किताब
ISBN:

9788178352671 (?) या 8178352672

, अज्ञात भाषा, hardcover, नई
नि: शुल्क नौवहन nach: DEU
2003. hardcover. New. About The Author:- Prof. Ramesh Chandra, was born in a family of freedom fighters on July 1st. 1957 in village Bijwara, District Meerut of Uttar Pradesh. He started his research career at University of Delhi and then went to the New York Hospital-Cornell University Medical Center, as well as at the School of Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook as a faculty member and then went to Harvard University Medical School-Massachusetts General Hospital joined at MIT, Cambridge, USA. On his return to India he joined the faculty at the University of Delhi, where he is currently a Professor of Chemistry and Director of Dr. BR Ambedkar Centre for Biomedical Research: in addition to his present assignment as Vice-Chancellor of Bundelkhand University, Jhansi (UP). He was appointed Professor (Research Scientist) by the UGC at the young age of 35 years. He is a creator, performer and builder of institutions of higher learning. He has established Dr. BR Ambedkar Centre of Biomedical Research at University of Delhi, when he was just 33 years old and became its Founder Director. He was appointed as youngest Vice-Chancellor of Bundelkhand University on March 24th, 1999 at the age of 41 years. He has metamorphosed it into a Center of Excellence by creating 36 institutes of higher learning and increasing the capacity of students from 225 to 90000 and raising the number of faculty member from 8 to 270 in such a short span of time. Prof. Ramesh Chandra is a scholar and an eminent scientist. He has done pioneering research work in the field of drug development and his inventions are being used in the development of drugs for Neonatal jaundice and breast tumor. He is recipient of several National and International Awards such as: UGC Career Award, Prof. DP Chakravorty Commemoration Award, The Rockefeller Foundation, USA Biotechnology Career Award, UGC Research Scientist Award, Fullbright Scholarship, Award of the Highest Honor of the Soka University, Japan and Fellowships of: the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK, International Academy of Physical Sciences. He is also recipient of National Scholarship of the Govt. of India and many more. He is member of more than three dozen scientific and academic societies as well as founder of several academic and scientific societies and institutions. He has been visiting scientist at various University and research institutions all over the world. Contents:- Contents # Preface ix: Introduction 1: 1. India and Terrorism 5: Terrorism in Punjab: 2. Reasons of Terrorism in India 15: India under Threat, Role of Youth, Women as: Advocate of militancy; sensitivity of Kashmir and: Punjab; Hindu Communalism; The North-East;: Naxalism in India: Insurgency by Rural Poor; The: Dangers of Contempt: 3. Absence of Strategy: India 49: History of Strategic Failure; Need for a Combined: Defence Organization; Need for a Think Tank: Culture in India, Absence of Will Among Politicians: and Bureaucrats: The Joint Intelligence Committee: (JIC), Crisis Management Mechanism; The Home: Security: Selection and Duties; Strategy in Pakistan: 4. Strategies and Options 69: Conceps, Courses and Options—(I) Need for: National Policy (II) Maintenance of Local Autonomy: (III) Propagatorly Pluralism as an Emotional: Programme, (IV) Develop an Institutionalised: Strategic System, (V) Weeding out Corruption (VI): Economic Policy Aimed at Countering Militancy: (VII) Gathering International Support in Fighting: Proxy War. (VIII) Addressing Problems of Youth (IX): Improving the Criminal Justice System, Developing: an Effective Intelligence System (XI) Exploiting the: Disillusionment of Civil Population (XII) Insisting on: Transparency (XIII) Maintaining Healthy: Relationship with Expatriats: 6 Terrorism in India: 5. Tackling Terrorism 97: Routing Terrorism: North East and South India, The: Degeneration of Movements; Crushing Militancy in: Punjab; Victory over Terrorism in Assam; The: Failures While Containing Militancy: 6. India a Victim of Terrorism 131: Terrorism in Vogue Worldwide, The Case of India;: Aiding Terrorism from Foreigh Land by Expatriats;: Unwarranted Excesses; The Role of Media; The: Chrar-E-Sharif Burning: 7. Power Rivalry in the Indian Sub-continent 153: Situation Prevailing Before The Disintegration of: V.S.S.R, Gaining the Strategic Advantage: The Super: Powers; The Sowiet Stand; India’s Stand in the Subcontinent;: Establishment of Peace Zone; The Indian: Navy (Vessels); Nawal Aircraft.: 8. The Ugly Faces of Terrorism 165: Militancy in North-East, Militancy in Assam,: Mizoram’s Predicament, Isolation in Tripura,: Tribulations in Nagaland, Gun-running in the North-: East, Turbulence in Punjab Banks.: 9. Roots of Repression in the North-East: The Army: Excenes 185: Special Power Legislations for the Army, The: Military Solution to Insurgency, Anti Insurgency: Operations, Human Rights Violations and Army: 10. Development of Autowonious Councils in the: North-East 201: Socio-cultural Aspect of the North Easr, Community: Perceptions Related to Autonomy, Assamese: Discord, The Insurgents and their Struggle, Bodo: Autonomy: From Representation to Insurgency,: Towards Autonomy, Working of the Autonomous: Councils, Democracy and Insurgency Rhetoric.: 11. The Global Jihadi Movement 231: Spreading of the Jihadi Movement, Jihad in the: Northern Caucasus, War in Dagestan, The Jihadi: Contents 7: Terror in Kashmir, Terrorist Organizations, Pakistani: Designs in Kashmir: Post Script 245: Appendix 1: Terrorism: Some Statistical Indicators: Appendix 2: Terrorism in Punjab (Dates/Cases): Appendix 3: Terrorism in North East (Dates): Appendix 4: Left-Wing Terrorism (Dates/Cases): Appendix 5: Islamic Groups/LTTE: Bibliography 287 The Title 'Global Terrorism: A threat To Humanity (Terrorism In India), Vol.6 written/authored/edited by Ramesh Chandra', published in the year 2003. The ISBN 9788178352671 is assigned to the hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 296 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. Vol:- 6th. The subject of this book is Reference / Dictionary / Encyclopaedia ./ Police / Criminology / Law /Terrorism / Defence
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डेटा से 20.05.2017 20:24h
ISBN (वैकल्पिक notations): 81-7835-267-2, 978-81-7835-267-1
संग्रह प्रविष्टि:

Ramesh Chandra (?):

Global Terrorism: A threat To Humanity (Terrorism In India), Vol.6 [Hardcover] (2003) (?)

डिलीवरी से: भारतयह पुस्तक एक hardcover पुस्तक एक पुस्तिका नहीं हैनई किताब
ISBN:

9788178352671 (?) या 8178352672

, Band: 6, अज्ञात भाषा, hardcover, नई
नि: शुल्क नौवहन nach: DEU
2003. hardcover. New. About The Author:- Prof. Ramesh Chandra, was born in a family of freedom fighters on July 1st. 1957 in village Bijwara, District Meerut of Uttar Pradesh. He started his research career at University of Delhi and then went to the New York Hospital-Cornell University Medical Center, as well as at the School of Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook as a faculty member and then went to Harvard University Medical School-Massachusetts General Hospital joined at MIT, Cambridge, USA. On his return to India he joined the faculty at the University of Delhi, where he is currently a Professor of Chemistry and Director of Dr. BR Ambedkar Centre for Biomedical Research: in addition to his present assignment as Vice-Chancellor of Bundelkhand University, Jhansi (UP). He was appointed Professor (Research Scientist) by the UGC at the young age of 35 years. He is a creator, performer and builder of institutions of higher learning. He has established Dr. BR Ambedkar Centre of Biomedical Research at University of Delhi, when he was just 33 years old and became its Founder Director. He was appointed as youngest Vice-Chancellor of Bundelkhand University on March 24th, 1999 at the age of 41 years. He has metamorphosed it into a Center of Excellence by creating 36 institutes of higher learning and increasing the capacity of students from 225 to 90000 and raising the number of faculty member from 8 to 270 in such a short span of time. Prof. Ramesh Chandra is a scholar and an eminent scientist. He has done pioneering research work in the field of drug development and his inventions are being used in the development of drugs for Neonatal jaundice and breast tumor. He is recipient of several National and International Awards such as: UGC Career Award, Prof. DP Chakravorty Commemoration Award, The Rockefeller Foundation, USA Biotechnology Career Award, UGC Research Scientist Award, Fullbright Scholarship, Award of the Highest Honor of the Soka University, Japan and Fellowships of: the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK, International Academy of Physical Sciences. He is also recipient of National Scholarship of the Govt. of India and many more. He is member of more than three dozen scientific and academic societies as well as founder of several academic and scientific societies and institutions. He has been visiting scientist at various University and research institutions all over the world. Contents:- Contents # Preface ix: Introduction 1: 1. India and Terrorism 5: Terrorism in Punjab: 2. Reasons of Terrorism in India 15: India under Threat, Role of Youth, Women as: Advocate of militancy; sensitivity of Kashmir and: Punjab; Hindu Communalism; The North-East;: Naxalism in India: Insurgency by Rural Poor; The: Dangers of Contempt: 3. Absence of Strategy: India 49: History of Strategic Failure; Need for a Combined: Defence Organization; Need for a Think Tank: Culture in India, Absence of Will Among Politicians: and Bureaucrats: The Joint Intelligence Committee: (JIC), Crisis Management Mechanism; The Home: Security: Selection and Duties; Strategy in Pakistan: 4. Strategies and Options 69: Conceps, Courses and Options—(I) Need for: National Policy (II) Maintenance of Local Autonomy: (III) Propagatorly Pluralism as an Emotional: Programme, (IV) Develop an Institutionalised: Strategic System, (V) Weeding out Corruption (VI): Economic Policy Aimed at Countering Militancy: (VII) Gathering International Support in Fighting: Proxy War. (VIII) Addressing Problems of Youth (IX): Improving the Criminal Justice System, Developing: an Effective Intelligence System (XI) Exploiting the: Disillusionment of Civil Population (XII) Insisting on: Transparency (XIII) Maintaining Healthy: Relationship with Expatriats: 6 Terrorism in India: 5. Tackling Terrorism 97: Routing Terrorism: North East and South India, The: Degeneration of Movements; Crushing Militancy in: Punjab; Victory over Terrorism in Assam; The: Failures While Containing Militancy: 6. India a Victim of Terrorism 131: Terrorism in Vogue Worldwide, The Case of India;: Aiding Terrorism from Foreigh Land by Expatriats;: Unwarranted Excesses; The Role of Media; The: Chrar-E-Sharif Burning: 7. Power Rivalry in the Indian Sub-continent 153: Situation Prevailing Before The Disintegration of: V.S.S.R, Gaining the Strategic Advantage: The Super: Powers; The Sowiet Stand; India’s Stand in the Subcontinent;: Establishment of Peace Zone; The Indian: Navy (Vessels); Nawal Aircraft.: 8. The Ugly Faces of Terrorism 165: Militancy in North-East, Militancy in Assam,: Mizoram’s Predicament, Isolation in Tripura,: Tribulations in Nagaland, Gun-running in the North-: East, Turbulence in Punjab Banks.: 9. Roots of Repression in the North-East: The Army: Excenes 185: Special Power Legislations for the Army, The: Military Solution to Insurgency, Anti Insurgency: Operations, Human Rights Violations and Army: 10. Development of Autowonious Councils in the: North-East 201: Socio-cultural Aspect of the North Easr, Community: Perceptions Related to Autonomy, Assamese: Discord, The Insurgents and their Struggle, Bodo: Autonomy: From Representation to Insurgency,: Towards Autonomy, Working of the Autonomous: Councils, Democracy and Insurgency Rhetoric.: 11. The Global Jihadi Movement 231: Spreading of the Jihadi Movement, Jihad in the: Northern Caucasus, War in Dagestan, The Jihadi: Contents 7: Terror in Kashmir, Terrorist Organizations, Pakistani: Designs in Kashmir: Post Script 245: Appendix 1: Terrorism: Some Statistical Indicators: Appendix 2: Terrorism in Punjab (Dates/Cases): Appendix 3: Terrorism in North East (Dates): Appendix 4: Left-Wing Terrorism (Dates/Cases): Appendix 5: Islamic Groups/LTTE: Bibliography 287 The Title 'Global Terrorism: A threat To Humanity (Terrorism In India), Vol.6 written/authored/edited by Ramesh Chandra', published in the year 2003. The ISBN 9788178352671 is assigned to the hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 296 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Reference / Dictionary / Encyclopaedia ./ Police / Criminology / Law /Terrorism / Defence. Vol:- 6th.
अधिक…
डेटा से 26.06.2017 12:50h
ISBN (वैकल्पिक notations): 81-7835-267-2, 978-81-7835-267-1
संग्रह प्रविष्टि:

Ramesh Chandra (?):

Global Terrorism: A Threat to Humanity (Terrorism in India), Vol.6 [Hardcover] (2003) (?)

डिलीवरी से: भारतयह पुस्तक एक hardcover पुस्तक एक पुस्तिका नहीं हैनई किताब
ISBN:

9788178352671 (?) या 8178352672

, Band: 6, अज्ञात भाषा, hardcover, नई
नि: शुल्क नौवहन nach: DEU
2003. hardcover. New. About The Author:- Prof. Ramesh Chandra, was born in a family of freedom fighters on July 1st. 1957 in village Bijwara, District Meerut of Uttar Pradesh. He started his research career at University of Delhi and then went to the New York Hospital-Cornell University Medical Center, as well as at the School of Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook as a faculty member and then went to Harvard University Medical School-Massachusetts General Hospital joined at MIT, Cambridge, USA. On his return to India he joined the faculty at the University of Delhi, where he is currently a Professor of Chemistry and Director of Dr. BR Ambedkar Centre for Biomedical Research: in addition to his present assignment as Vice-Chancellor of Bundelkhand University, Jhansi (UP). He was appointed Professor (Research Scientist) by the UGC at the young age of 35 years. He is a creator, performer and builder of institutions of higher learning. He has established Dr. BR Ambedkar Centre of Biomedical Research at University of Delhi, when he was just 33 years old and became its Founder Director. He was appointed as youngest Vice-Chancellor of Bundelkhand University on March 24th, 1999 at the age of 41 years. He has metamorphosed it into a Center of Excellence by creating 36 institutes of higher learning and increasing the capacity of students from 225 to 90000 and raising the number of faculty member from 8 to 270 in such a short span of time. Prof. Ramesh Chandra is a scholar and an eminent scientist. He has done pioneering research work in the field of drug development and his inventions are being used in the development of drugs for Neonatal jaundice and breast tumor. He is recipient of several National and International Awards such as: UGC Career Award, Prof. DP Chakravorty Commemoration Award, The Rockefeller Foundation, USA Biotechnology Career Award, UGC Research Scientist Award, Fullbright Scholarship, Award of the Highest Honor of the Soka University, Japan and Fellowships of: the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK, International Academy of Physical Sciences. He is also recipient of National Scholarship of the Govt. of India and many more. He is member of more than three dozen scientific and academic societies as well as founder of several academic and scientific societies and institutions. He has been visiting scientist at various University and research institutions all over the world. Contents:- Contents # Preface ix: Introduction 1: 1. India and Terrorism 5: Terrorism in Punjab: 2. Reasons of Terrorism in India 15: India under Threat, Role of Youth, Women as: Advocate of militancy; sensitivity of Kashmir and: Punjab; Hindu Communalism; The North-East;: Naxalism in India: Insurgency by Rural Poor; The: Dangers of Contempt: 3. Absence of Strategy: India 49: History of Strategic Failure; Need for a Combined: Defence Organization; Need for a Think Tank: Culture in India, Absence of Will Among Politicians: and Bureaucrats: The Joint Intelligence Committee: (JIC), Crisis Management Mechanism; The Home: Security: Selection and Duties; Strategy in Pakistan: 4. Strategies and Options 69: Conceps, Courses and Options—(I) Need for: National Policy (II) Maintenance of Local Autonomy: (III) Propagatorly Pluralism as an Emotional: Programme, (IV) Develop an Institutionalised: Strategic System, (V) Weeding out Corruption (VI): Economic Policy Aimed at Countering Militancy: (VII) Gathering International Support in Fighting: Proxy War. (VIII) Addressing Problems of Youth (IX): Improving the Criminal Justice System, Developing: an Effective Intelligence System (XI) Exploiting the: Disillusionment of Civil Population (XII) Insisting on: Transparency (XIII) Maintaining Healthy: Relationship with Expatriats: 6 Terrorism in India: 5. Tackling Terrorism 97: Routing Terrorism: North East and South India, The: Degeneration of Movements; Crushing Militancy in: Punjab; Victory over Terrorism in Assam; The: Failures While Containing Militancy: 6. India a Victim of Terrorism 131: Terrorism in Vogue Worldwide, The Case of India;: Aiding Terrorism from Foreigh Land by Expatriats;: Unwarranted Excesses; The Role of Media; The: Chrar-E-Sharif Burning: 7. Power Rivalry in the Indian Sub-continent 153: Situation Prevailing Before The Disintegration of: V.S.S.R, Gaining the Strategic Advantage: The Super: Powers; The Sowiet Stand; India’s Stand in the Subcontinent;: Establishment of Peace Zone; The Indian: Navy (Vessels); Nawal Aircraft.: 8. The Ugly Faces of Terrorism 165: Militancy in North-East, Militancy in Assam,: Mizoram’s Predicament, Isolation in Tripura,: Tribulations in Nagaland, Gun-running in the North-: East, Turbulence in Punjab Banks.: 9. Roots of Repression in the North-East: The Army: Excenes 185: Special Power Legislations for the Army, The: Military Solution to Insurgency, Anti Insurgency: Operations, Human Rights Violations and Army: 10. Development of Autowonious Councils in the: North-East 201: Socio-cultural Aspect of the North Easr, Community: Perceptions Related to Autonomy, Assamese: Discord, The Insurgents and their Struggle, Bodo: Autonomy: From Representation to Insurgency,: Towards Autonomy, Working of the Autonomous: Councils, Democracy and Insurgency Rhetoric.: 11. The Global Jihadi Movement 231: Spreading of the Jihadi Movement, Jihad in the: Northern Caucasus, War in Dagestan, The Jihadi: Contents 7: Terror in Kashmir, Terrorist Organizations, Pakistani: Designs in Kashmir: Post Script 245: Appendix 1: Terrorism: Some Statistical Indicators: Appendix 2: Terrorism in Punjab (Dates/Cases): Appendix 3: Terrorism in North East (Dates): Appendix 4: Left-Wing Terrorism (Dates/Cases): Appendix 5: Islamic Groups/LTTE: Bibliography 287 The Title 'Global Terrorism: A Threat to Humanity (Terrorism in India), Vol.6 written/authored/edited by Ramesh Chandra', published in the year 2003. The ISBN 9788178352671 is assigned to the hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 296 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Reference / Dictionary / Encyclopaedia . / Police / Criminology / Law / Terrorism / Defence. Vol:- 6th.
अधिक…
डेटा से 14.08.2017 17:26h
ISBN (वैकल्पिक notations): 81-7835-267-2, 978-81-7835-267-1
संग्रह प्रविष्टि:

Ramesh Chandra (?):

Global Terrorism: A Threat to Humanity (Terrorism in India), Vol.6 (2003) (?)

डिलीवरी से: भारतयह पुस्तक एक hardcover पुस्तक एक पुस्तिका नहीं हैनई किताब
ISBN:

9788178352671 (?) या 8178352672

, अज्ञात भाषा, hardcover, नई
नि: शुल्क नौवहन nach: DEU
2003. hardcover. New. About The Author:- Prof. Ramesh Chandra, was born in a family of freedom fighters on July 1st. 1957 in village Bijwara, District Meerut of Uttar Pradesh. He started his research career at University of Delhi and then went to the New York Hospital-Cornell University Medical Center, as well as at the School of Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook as a faculty member and then went to Harvard University Medical School-Massachusetts General Hospital joined at MIT, Cambridge, USA. On his return to India he joined the faculty at the University of Delhi, where he is currently a Professor of Chemistry and Director of Dr. BR Ambedkar Centre for Biomedical Research: in addition to his present assignment as Vice-Chancellor of Bundelkhand University, Jhansi (UP). He was appointed Professor (Research Scientist) by the UGC at the young age of 35 years. He is a creator, performer and builder of institutions of higher learning. He has established Dr. BR Ambedkar Centre of Biomedical Research at University of Delhi, when he was just 33 years old and became its Founder Director. He was appointed as youngest Vice-Chancellor of Bundelkhand University on March 24th, 1999 at the age of 41 years. He has metamorphosed it into a Center of Excellence by creating 36 institutes of higher learning and increasing the capacity of students from 225 to 90000 and raising the number of faculty member from 8 to 270 in such a short span of time. Prof. Ramesh Chandra is a scholar and an eminent scientist. He has done pioneering research work in the field of drug development and his inventions are being used in the development of drugs for Neonatal jaundice and breast tumor. He is recipient of several National and International Awards such as: UGC Career Award, Prof. DP Chakravorty Commemoration Award, The Rockefeller Foundation, USA Biotechnology Career Award, UGC Research Scientist Award, Fullbright Scholarship, Award of the Highest Honor of the Soka University, Japan and Fellowships of: the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK, International Academy of Physical Sciences. He is also recipient of National Scholarship of the Govt. of India and many more. He is member of more than three dozen scientific and academic societies as well as founder of several academic and scientific societies and institutions. He has been visiting scientist at various University and research institutions all over the world. Contents:- Contents # Preface ix: Introduction 1: 1. India and Terrorism 5: Terrorism in Punjab: 2. Reasons of Terrorism in India 15: India under Threat, Role of Youth, Women as: Advocate of militancy; sensitivity of Kashmir and: Punjab; Hindu Communalism; The North-East;: Naxalism in India: Insurgency by Rural Poor; The: Dangers of Contempt: 3. Absence of Strategy: India 49: History of Strategic Failure; Need for a Combined: Defence Organization; Need for a Think Tank: Culture in India, Absence of Will Among Politicians: and Bureaucrats: The Joint Intelligence Committee: (JIC), Crisis Management Mechanism; The Home: Security: Selection and Duties; Strategy in Pakistan: 4. Strategies and Options 69: Conceps, Courses and Options—(I) Need for: National Policy (II) Maintenance of Local Autonomy: (III) Propagatorly Pluralism as an Emotional: Programme, (IV) Develop an Institutionalised: Strategic System, (V) Weeding out Corruption (VI): Economic Policy Aimed at Countering Militancy: (VII) Gathering International Support in Fighting: Proxy War. (VIII) Addressing Problems of Youth (IX): Improving the Criminal Justice System, Developing: an Effective Intelligence System (XI) Exploiting the: Disillusionment of Civil Population (XII) Insisting on: Transparency (XIII) Maintaining Healthy: Relationship with Expatriats: 6 Terrorism in India: 5. Tackling Terrorism 97: Routing Terrorism: North East and South India, The: Degeneration of Movements; Crushing Militancy in: Punjab; Victory over Terrorism in Assam; The: Failures While Containing Militancy: 6. India a Victim of Terrorism 131: Terrorism in Vogue Worldwide, The Case of India;: Aiding Terrorism from Foreigh Land by Expatriats;: Unwarranted Excesses; The Role of Media; The: Chrar-E-Sharif Burning: 7. Power Rivalry in the Indian Sub-continent 153: Situation Prevailing Before The Disintegration of: V.S.S.R, Gaining the Strategic Advantage: The Super: Powers; The Sowiet Stand; India’s Stand in the Subcontinent;: Establishment of Peace Zone; The Indian: Navy (Vessels); Nawal Aircraft.: 8. The Ugly Faces of Terrorism 165: Militancy in North-East, Militancy in Assam,: Mizoram’s Predicament, Isolation in Tripura,: Tribulations in Nagaland, Gun-running in the North-: East, Turbulence in Punjab Banks.: 9. Roots of Repression in the North-East: The Army: Excenes 185: Special Power Legislations for the Army, The: Military Solution to Insurgency, Anti Insurgency: Operations, Human Rights Violations and Army: 10. Development of Autowonious Councils in the: North-East 201: Socio-cultural Aspect of the North Easr, Community: Perceptions Related to Autonomy, Assamese: Discord, The Insurgents and their Struggle, Bodo: Autonomy: From Representation to Insurgency,: Towards Autonomy, Working of the Autonomous: Councils, Democracy and Insurgency Rhetoric.: 11. The Global Jihadi Movement 231: Spreading of the Jihadi Movement, Jihad in the: Northern Caucasus, War in Dagestan, The Jihadi: Contents 7: Terror in Kashmir, Terrorist Organizations, Pakistani: Designs in Kashmir: Post Script 245: Appendix 1: Terrorism: Some Statistical Indicators: Appendix 2: Terrorism in Punjab (Dates/Cases): Appendix 3: Terrorism in North East (Dates): Appendix 4: Left-Wing Terrorism (Dates/Cases): Appendix 5: Islamic Groups/LTTE: Bibliography 287 The Title 'Global Terrorism: A Threat to Humanity (Terrorism in India), Vol.6 written/authored/edited by Ramesh Chandra', published in the year 2003. The ISBN 9788178352671 is assigned to the hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 296 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Reference / Dictionary / Encyclopaedia . / Police / Criminology / Law / Terrorism / Defence. Vol:- 6th.
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डेटा से 01.12.2017 23:37h
ISBN (वैकल्पिक notations): 81-7835-267-2, 978-81-7835-267-1

9788178352671

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