Fight For Jammu & Kashmir: Legalities

Continuing from Fight For Jammu & Kashmir: Indian side of state The ruler of Jammu and Kashmir, Maharaja Hari Singh, signed the accession papers and sent them to the Government of India on October 26, 1947; “Now, therefore,’ I, Shriman Rajrajeshwar Maharajadhiraj Shri Hari Singh Ji, Jammu Kashmir Naresh Tatha Tibbet adi Deshadhipathi Ruler of Jammu […]

Fight For Jammu & Kashmir: Indian side of state

Continuing from: Fight For Jammu & Kashmir: Pakistan’s Gains  Even though the gains of aggression to Pakistan were valuable and important, the territory still left with India was of much greater extent, value and importance. It included Kashmir Valley and parts of Uri and Titwal sub- divisions of Muzzafarabad district in Kashmir province, four eastern […]

Fight For Jammu & Kashmir: Pakistan’s Gains

Continuing from Fight For Jammu & Kashmir: Causes of India’s Failure at U.N. The gains made by Pakistan in the first Indo-Pak war were considerable and significant- from every point of view. Militarily, she could claim to have scored a tactical victory over a much bigger and stronger India. At a much less cost in men […]

Fight For Jammu & Kashmir: Causes of India’s Failure at UN

Continuing from Fight For Jammu & Kashmir: Nehru’s blunders in UN But it would be wrong to put the whole blame for this near unanimous disregard of Indian complaint on the power politics of the two blocs which was reflected in their attitude and voting at the U.N. on invariably all issues. India’s handling and presentation […]

Fight For Jammu & Kashmir: Nehru’s blunders in UN

Continuing from Fight For Jammu & Kashmir: Abdullah’s lies and opportunism Instrument of accession executed by Maharaja Hari Singh was similar to such instruments executed by the rulers of other acceding states. There was no scope for ifs and buts in it. According to it the accession was full, final and irrevocable and not in any […]

World Security Update. Sep 5, 2012

1 Who is selling arms irresponsibly? ChinaDaily.com.cn carries article lambasting western nations which have criticized Chinese weapon exports  fueled regional conflicts and humanitarian crises in Africa. Washington Post had published an article on August 26 where it said that China’s dubious arms exports policies and anti-UN stance in this matter makes it stand apart from other […]

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