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#1293
4 February 2004
Is Militancy Vanishing in Kashmir?
Mehraj Hajni and Ravinderjeet Kour say that objective realities mean that an end to militancy in Kashmir is still far away
#1291
4 February 2004
Pre-Republic Day Scenario in Kashmir Valley
Amin Masoodi writes on the scenario in the Kashmir Valley on the eve of Republic Day
#1287
4 February 2004
Kashmir: The Making of a Dialogue
Mohan K Tikku highlights the need to involve all segments of opinions in the state in the dialogue on Kashmir
#1279
15 January 2004
SAARC Summit: Pakistani Perceptions
Saira Yamin-Basim looks into the Pakistani perceptions of Indo-Pak relations and the centrality of the Kashmir issue after the SAARC Summit
#1278
15 January 2004
Looking for Solutions in Kashmir: Pakistans Perceptions
Suba Chandran looks at Pakistan and Kashmir in the final part of a five part series analyzing the ICG Report
#1277
15 January 2004
Pakistan, Nuclear Weapons and Militancy in Kashmir
Suba Chandran looks at Pakistan and Kashmir in the fourth part of a five part series analyzing the ICG Report
#1276
15 January 2004
Pakistans Defence Expenditure and Kashmir
Suba Chandran looks at Pakistan and Kashmir in the third part of a five part series analyzing the ICG Report
#1275
15 January 2004
Can Musharraf be Trusted?: Pakistans Military and Kashmir
Suba Chandran looks at Pakistan and Kashmir in the second part of a five part series analyzing the ICG Report
#1274
15 January 2004
Pakistans Kashmir Policy: Internal Aspects
Suba Chandran looks at Pakistan and Kashmir in the first part of a five part series analyzing the ICG Report
#1269
14 January 2004
SAARC Summit – A Growing Hope among Kashmiris
Amin Masoodi looks at various initiatives aimed at restoring peace and normalcy in the Kashmir valley.
#1268
14 January 2004
Indo Pak Dialogue (Urdu Media Survey 16-31 December 2003)
Amin Masoodi looks at the coverage of the attack on the President Musharraf and the forthcoming SAARC summit in Urdu media
#1267
13 January 2004
Kashmir and Human Rights (Urdu Media Survey 1-15 December 2003)
Amin Masoodi highlights concerns of the Urdu media about human rights violations in Kashmir
#1245
13 December 2003
APHC Responds to Delhi (Urdu Media Survey 16-30 November 2003)
Amin Masoodi reports the APHC’s talks offer and the overwhelming popular response to the ceasefire offer that was covered in the Urdu papers
#1236
8 December 2003
Normalising Indo-Pak Relations (Survey of Urdu Media, 01- 15 November 2003)
Amin Masoodi surveys the Urdu Media on issues involved in Indo-Pak dialogue
#1228
27 November 2003
The Union Governments Offer of Talks (Urdu Media Survey 16-31 October 2003)
Amin Masoodi notes that Delhi’s offer of talks with the APHC and the latter’s response dominated the Urdu press in the Kashmir Valley
#1199
5 November 2003
Talks Offer: A Positive Sign
Amin Masoodi considers the offer of talks by the Union Government with the Hurriyat an important breakthrough
#1194
31 October 2003
Vajpayee and Musharraf at the UN (Urdu Media Survey 1- 15 October 2003)
Amin Masoodi looks at the fragmentation of Hurriyat covers the speeches of Vajpayee and Musharraf at the UN General Assembly
#1192
24 October 2003
Indias New Peace Initiative
PR Chari raises pertinent questions on the recent peace initiatives announced by the Indian government vis-à-vis Pakistan
#1175
14 October 2003
Custodial Killing of Newly-wed in Sopore
Amin Masoodi reports on a killing that could imperil the healing touch policy of the Mufti government
#1172
6 October 2003
Indo-Pak Speeches at the UN (Urdu Media Survey 16-30 September 2003)
Amin Masoodi covers the split in the APHC led by Geelani and the growing concern amongst Kashmiris on Musharraf’s and Vajpayee’s speeches at the UN General Assembly
#1164
29 September 2003
Spurt in Militant Violence- Tough Times for the Security Forces
Amin Masoodi traces the new challenges before security forces in the face of growing recklessness of militant violence in Kashmir
#1162
29 September 2003
Kuka Parrays killing – A setback to the peace process
Amin Masoodi comments on the assassination of Kuka Parray
#1156
20 September 2003
The Hurriyat Splits (Urdu Media Survey 1-15 September 2003)
Amin Masoodi covers the split in the APHC, the issue of missionary schools in the Valley, and the takeover of Muslim Auqaf Trust by the government
#1146
16 September 2003
Recent Terrorist Strikes – Causes and Remedies
Report of the IPCS seminar held on 12 September 2003
#1137
13 September 2003
Yasin Malik Reiterates Demand for Independent Kashmir
Anirudh Suri elicits Yasin Malik’s views on the current state of affairs in Kashmir in an interview
#1136
13 September 2003
Recent Developments in the Hurriyat Conference – III
Anirudh Suri looks at the latest happenings in the APHC in a series of three articles
#1135
13 September 2003
Recent Developments in the Hurriyat Conference – II
Anirudh Suri looks at the latest happenings in the APHC in a series of three articles
#1134
13 September 2003
Recent Developments in the Hurriyat Conference – I
Anirudh Suri looks at the latest happenings in the APHC in a series of three articles
#1130
5 September 2003
Kashmir: The Current Situation
Report of the IPCS seminar held on 6 August 2003
#1128
4 September 2003
Mobile Phones Reach the Valley (Urdu Media Survey 16-31 August 2003)
Amin Masoodi looks at the issues that shared space in the Urdu papers of the Valley including the Independence Day celebrations and the advent of mobile phones
#1127
3 September 2003
The Mufti Government and the Healing Touch
Amin Masoodi discusses the differences between the reality and the promises of the “healing touch” policy of the Mufti government
#1126
3 September 2003
Why Autonomy to Kashmir?
Ravinderjit Kaur makes a case for autonomy for Kashmir
#1125
3 September 2003
Military Power: Potential and Limitations
Lt Gen (Retd) AM Vohra looks at the shortcomings of the military option in light of the experiences of Operation Parakram
#1103
22 August 2003
Employees on Strike in the Valley (Urdu Media Survey 1-15 August 2003)
Amin Masoodi reports from Kashmir on issues dominating the Urdu media
#1102
22 August 2003
Pre-Independence Day Scene in the Kashmir Valley
Amin Masoodi observes the scene in the Kashmir Valley on the eve of Independence Day
#1101
22 August 2003
The US Policy towards South Asia and the Asia-Pacific
Report of the IPCS seminar held on 11 August 2003
#1100
22 August 2003
Mufti Government under the Scanner (Urdu Media Survey, 8- 31 July 2003)
Amin Masoodi reports from Kashmir on issues dominating the Urdu media
#1093
11 August 2003
Differences in the Hurriyat to the Fore (Urdu Media Survey, 01-07 July 2003)
Amin Masoodi reports from Kashmir on issues dominating the Urdu media
#1091
11 August 2003
Violence in Kashmir on the eve of Presidents Visit (Urdu Media Survey, 24-30 June 2003)
Amin Masoodi reports from Kashmir on issues dominating the Urdu media
#1088
11 August 2003
Is the Hurriyat a Political Force?
Amin Masoodi ponders the political future of the APHC in Kashmir
 
 

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