Archived Issues

2017

BorderAffairs
Vol-18-No4-2017

• Editorial : Abnormal Valley
• Frequent fluctuations in India's equation with China
Nomads of
• Changthang: Life remains a challenge
• Pakistan : CPEC-Teething problems or a Chinese invasion?
• Violent extremism : No end in sight
• Bangladesh : A lady in distress 

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BorderAffairs
Vol-18-No3-2017

• Editorial: Terror behind the walls
• India-China front: new emerging realties
• Leh and Kargil: rare unity
• Pakistan: Operation Radd-ul-Fassad: the first of its kind
• Action against Hafiz Saeed
• Gilgit-Baltistan: Heading for solution or problem?

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BorderAffairs
Vol-18-No2-2017

• Editorial : Knife hidden in a smile
• Make one-time exception for 'West'
• Pakistan refugees
• The Trump 'factor' in India-China equation
• Pakistan: No plan of action
• Bhutan: A small country with a big heart
• Bangladesh: Attacks on Hindus
• Response: Ladakh rocks 

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2016

BorderAffairs
Vol-18-No1-2016

• Editorial : Surgical strikes across LoC
• New 'markers' in India-China talks
• Union Territory of Leh?
• Death knell for Kashmir's premier political outfit
• Pakistan : Kashmir offensive or junket
• Bangladesh : Another top Jamaat leader hanged
• Book Review : Gentle rebuff to an insensitive jibe
• Response : Challenges multiply in J&K 

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BorderAffairs
Vol-17-No4-2016

• Editorial : Challenges multiply in J&K India's NSG fiasco and after
• China's focus on Ladakh
• Pakistan fails its own NAP and India
• Two sons of Gilgit-Baltistan
• Bangladesh : Execution of Jamaat's Nizami Freethinking under attack
• Response : Unity against terror



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BorderAffairs
Vol-17-No3-2016

• Editorial : Unity against terror
• Challenge for India in ties with China, Pakistan Gilgit-Baltistan in limbo
• Pakistan:There are positive vibes
• Bangladesh: Noose tightens
• Response: 'In Karachi they are like us'





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BorderAffairs
Vol-17-No2-2016

• Editorial: Not enough?T hink again
• Beyond a cameo of camaraderie
• UT status for Ladakh: a long haul?
• Pakistan: Dismantling a highly radicalised society In Karachi they are like us
• Bangladesh:Another Jallianwala Bogh
• Response: Tolerating each other 



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2015

BorderAffairs
Vol-17-No1-2015

• Editorial : Tolerating each other
• New India-China tussles
• Leh, which way?
• Pakistan: Fighting three evils
• India-US declaration on terrorism rattles Pakistan
• Bangladesh: Reminder of Hitler's gas chambers Book Review: New light on Dogri
• Response: Call it by its name 

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BorderAffairs
Vol-16-No4-2015

• Editorial : Islamic State-group or country
• Clouded sunshine over China-India dialogue
• Nightmare continues around Phutkal Lake
• BJP-PDP electoral alliance in Leh?
• Pakistan opposing religious intolerance
• India-Pakistan war of sound bites
• Bangladesh trial of war criminals
• Response : Challenge in Kashmir 

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BorderAffairs
Vol-16-No3-2015

• Editorial: BJP's chance to grow
• India and China's 'new' friend
• Pakistan's battle against terrorism
• Bangladesh : Feuding Begums
• Seven reasons why Dalai Lama should not visit China
• Response: Congress, BJP and Ladakh 




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BorderAffairs
Vol-16-No2-2015

• Editorial : What next in Jammu and Kashmir?
• Operation Zarb-e-Azb : Revenge for massacre of children
• Tension continues on India-Pakistan border
• Bangladesh : Sheikh Hasina remains firm
• Response : J&K Assembly polls 


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2014

BorderAffairs
Vol-16-No1-2014

• Editorial : Election scenario in J&K before and after floods
• Jammu - Prime Minister is trump card
• Kashmir - Trust deficit
• Ladakh - Unkept promises
• Hopes and realities in India-China equation Army in Pakistan and fate of democracy
• Operation Zarb-e-Azb: Questions arise
• Response : Fighting terrorism

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BorderAffairs
Vol-15-No4-2014

• Editorial : Al Qaeda, Taliban and Jammu and Kashmir
• Assembly polls to raise winter temperature
• India under re-focus of its neighbours
• Pakistan: Operation Zarb-e-Azb
• Bangladesh:What is up her sleeve?
• Response: Empowering Leh and Kargil


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BorderAffairs
Vol-15-No3-2014

• Editorial : Need for consensus on national security
• Sino-Indian Panchsheel and Japan's overture to India
• Vision for development of Ladakh
• Pakistan talks to its Taliban
• Moves to ban Bangladesh Jamaat-e lslami


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BorderAffairs
Vol-15-No2-2014

• Editorial : Kashmir in and after 1964 Chinese infiltration
• Post-1999 war Kargil
• Movement for a 'new' Ladakh
• India and China on space highways
• Bangladesh: hanging 'butcher' of 1971
• Response: Land and people along border


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2013

BorderAffairs
Vol-15-No1-2013

• Editorial : State and secularism
• Fear, panic along IB and LoC
• Leh and Kargil districts: how far, how close
• Changing moods on Sino-Indian front
• Pakistan: what does the future look like
• Bangladesh: battle continues
• Restoring Buddhist heritage
• Swarna Hans quotes Border Affairs



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BorderAffairs
Vol-14-No4-2013

• Editorial: 1975 Accord, before and after
• Nature's fury: Need to mitigate its effect
• How will militants behave?
• Death of a secularist
• An unusual Sino-Indian summit and after
• Decoding India-Japan and Sino-Pak talks
• Will Nawaz Sharif be lucky third time?
• Tremors in Bangladesh

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BorderAffairs
Vol-14-No3-2013

• Editorial : Land and people next door to China
• After the hanging
• Tragedy of Leh's Changthang
• Full-scope security is potential issue
• Reorganisation of J&K: Is it necessary?
• Bangladesh moderates stand up against extremists




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BorderAffairs
Vol-14-No2-2013

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2012

BorderAffairs
Vol-14-No1-2012

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BorderAffairs
Vol-13-No4-2012

• Editorial : Battle for 20 14
• Let's rebuild it
• UT for Ladakh:T ime has come for introspection
• Beyond the Sparks and Fumes of India's Agni-VTest
• North-East: Understanding the migrant wave
• Across the LoC: Balochistan again
• Glimpses from history

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BorderAffairs
Vol-13-No3-2012

• Editorial :Anatomy of conflict
• Our security concerns and how to meet them
• Tragedy of Kotli - an important document
• Across the LoC: Gilgit on fire




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BorderAffairs
Vol-13-No2-2012

• Editorial : Congress and NC
• Kashmiriat under strain
• Importance of Akhnoor
• Back to square one
• Reneging faith: Need to look within
• Dealing with Christian persecution
• Poll signals from Manipur



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2011

BorderAffairs
Vol-13-No1-2011

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BorderAffairs
Vol-12-No4-2011

• Editorial : WHO LEARNS FROM HISTORY?
• What next in the Valley?
• Ghulam Nabi Fai and Uncle Sam
• Dogras of Jammu at the crossroads
• Expression or sedition?
• A first-hand account
Jammu agitation: a public movement

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BorderAffairs
Vol-12-No3-2011

• Editorial : This summer in Kashmir
• 'Main Azad hoon
• Osama bin Laden's killing : Certain thoughts
• Dalai Lama's new move
• Karmapa controversy
• Who took the uniformed men for a ride in Leh?
• Book review: Pain and anger

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BorderAffairs
Vol-12-No2-2011

• Editorial : Akhnoor's treasure
• The light of everyone's eyes
• Special photo feature on Akhnoor
• In Jam mu and Kashmir : Theatre of the absurd
• Across the LoC :Whither Muslim Conference
• Remembering a friend who is no more

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2010

BorderAffairs
Vol-12-No1-2010

• Editorial : Remedy lies elsewhere
• When leaders were unable to move
• Retrieving Leh
• Tragedy across the Himalayas
• LUTF pushed into BJP's lap
• Enthronement of Bakula Rinpoche
• Vanishing nomads of Tibet

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BorderAffairs
Vol-11-No4-2010

• Editorial : Kai, Aaj aur Kai
• Men and matters in Kashmir
• Sheikh Abdullah's second innings
• Meiteis and Nagas farther than before
• Amchi, heal thyself


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BorderAffairs
Vol-11-No3-2010

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Vol-11-No2-2010

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