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V.D. Chopra

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About this Item: 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. 340 Another meritorious book from a meritorious author, a celebrity in his own right. This volume in a comprehensive collection of enlightening articles penned by the author and published in esteemed journals and periodicals, the world over. The book extensively deals with national and international politics in general and India's foreign policy in particular and has valuable mentional on United Nations. About The Author:- V.D. Chopra, is a noted expert on external affairs and nuclear policy, and a peace Activist. Contents:- Contents, Message of Sri Jaswant Singh, Minister of External Affairs (vii), Preface (ix), Introduction (xi), List of Contributors (xv), 1. Our Democratic Answer to Terrorism 1, K.R. Narayanan, 2. International Cooperation against Terrorism 7, Sonia Gandhi, 3. Terrorism and Indo-Pak Conflict on Kashmir 11, Rajindar Sachar, 4. Terrorism and Human Rights Hari Swarup 19, 5. United States, Russia and the War against, International Terrorism B.K. Shrivastava, 6. Will the United States withdraw from Central and, South Asia? Ge Lide, 7. Terrorism, Cross-Border Terrorism and Global, Terrorism Satya Pal Dang, 8. An Anatomy of Global Terrorism Shri Prakash, 9. Cross-Border TerrorismHistorical Perspective, Ashwini Kumar, 10. Cross-Border TerrorismA Critique Afsir Karim, 11. Cross-Border Terrorism and Border Security Force, Surindur Singh, 12. The Growing Dimension of Pakistan Inter Services, Intelligence Chandra B. Khanduri, 13. Role of Narcotics in Promoting Terrorism, Kshitij Prabha, 27, 41, 45, 53, 61, 79, 99, 107, 115, (vi) Global Challenge of Terrorism, 14. Distortion of Religious Philosophies V.D. Chopra, 15. On the Concept of Compassion in Islam, Asghar Ali Engineer, 16. Hindu Religious RevivalismA Critical Estimate, V.D. Chopra, 17. Geo-Strategic Importance of Jammu and Kashmir, V.D. Chopra, 18. Geo-Political and Socio-Economic Causes of, Militancy in Jammu and Kashmir G.M. Shah, 19. Right of Self-Determination and Kashmir, V.D. Chopra, 20. Cease-Fire Line, Line of Control and Shimla Agreement, V.D. Chopra, 21. Strategic Role of Afghanistan V.D. Chopra, 22. The Maoist Challenge in Nepal S.D. Muni, 23. Terrorism in Central AsiaAn Overview, Meena Singh Roy, 24. Terrorism in XinjiangChinese Experience, V.D. Chopra, 25. Significance of Shanghai Forum V.D. Chopra, 26. Nature of Terrorism in Chechnya Zafar Imam, 27. International Terrorism : The Case of Chechnya, Ravi M. Bakaya, 28. The Dynamics of Terrorism in Algeria, Jagdish P. Sharma, Appendix, Index, 127, 143, 159, 181, 189, 199, 211, 221, 227, 245, 269, 281, 287, 291, 299, 309, 311 The Title 'Global Challenge of Terrorism written/authored/edited by V.D. Chopra', published in the year 2002. The ISBN 9788121208055 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 340 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Terrorism / Defence. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9788121208055

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B.R.K. Sinha,Sudeepta Adhikari

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The ultimate objective of all economic efforts is human development which encompasses quality of life, the level of well-being and access to basic social services. The Fundamental Rights that India?s Constitution guarantees to every citizen include the right to life and the right to livelihood is inherent in the right to life. The root cause of social insecurity in India is poverty and that is largely due to lack of adequate or productive employment opportunities. The pattern of economic development in India since Independence in 1947 has left in its trail a variety of inequalities which have caused socio-politico tensions. While the economy has performed well in terms of growth rate of gross domestic product (GDP), its performance in terms of human development indicators has been unsatisfactory. India?s recent economic growth performance has, indeed, been creditable. However, such growth must make a demonstrable difference to the lives of the poorest and most vulnerable citizens. India has the potential and the means to secure a reasonable standard of living for all of its citizens. The socio-economically disadvantaged?particularly women in rural areas?are yet to benefit from development efforts. The present volume contains 12 well-researched papers?authored by experts in the field?which provide deep insights into the various aspects of human development in the context of social justice and women empowerment. CONTENTS 1. Social Well-being: Meaning, Concept and Scope ? Amrita Chowdhury 2. Regional Disparities in Human Development in South Asia ? Debjani Sarkar 3. Gender Inequality and Discrimination in India ? J.P. Singh 4. Socio-economic Conditions of Karbi Population ? Madhumona Goswami and Madhushree Das 5. Constitution and Women Empowerment in India ? Om Prakash Tiwari 6. Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Sex Composition ? Nandita Kumari 7. Gender Issue: An International Relations Concern ? Arun Kumar Singh 8. Gender Discrimination: Effects on Reproductive Behaviour and Reproductive Health ? Ashesh Dasgupta 9. Status of Women and Socio-economic Development ? Rashmi Prakash 10. Honour Killings in Pakistan ? Safdar Ali Shirazi 11. Affirmative Action for Women Empowerment ? Shefali Roy 12. Women and Environment ? Prabha Kumar Printed Pages: 200. Seller Inventory # 52827

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The ultimate objective of all economic efforts is human development which encompasses quality of life, the level of well-being and access to basic social services. The Fundamental Rights that India?s Constitution guarantees to every citizen include the right to life and the right to livelihood is inherent in the right to life. The root cause of social insecurity in India is poverty and that is largely due to lack of adequate or productive employment opportunities. The pattern of economic development in India since Independence in 1947 has left in its trail a variety of inequalities which have caused socio-politico tensions. While the economy has performed well in terms of growth rate of gross domestic product (GDP), its performance in terms of human development indicators has been unsatisfactory. India?s recent economic growth performance has, indeed, been creditable. However, such growth must make a demonstrable difference to the lives of the poorest and most vulnerable citizens. India has the potential and the means to secure a reasonable standard of living for all of its citizens. The socio-economically disadvantaged?particularly women in rural areas?are yet to benefit from development efforts. The present volume contains 12 well-researched papers?authored by experts in the field?which provide deep insights into the various aspects of human development in the context of social justice and women empowerment. CONTENTS 1. Social Well-being: Meaning, Concept and Scope ? Amrita Chowdhury 2. Regional Disparities in Human Development in South Asia ? Debjani Sarkar 3. Gender Inequality and Discrimination in India ? J.P. Singh 4. Socio-economic Conditions of Karbi Population ? Madhumona Goswami and Madhushree Das 5. Constitution and Women Empowerment in India ? Om Prakash Tiwari 6. Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Sex Composition ? Nandita Kumari 7. Gender Issue: An International Relations Concern ? Arun Kumar Singh 8. Gender Discrimination: Effects on Reproductive Behaviour and Reproductive Health ? Ashesh Dasgupta 9. Status of Women and Socio-economic Development ? Rashmi Prakash 10. Honour Killings in Pakistan ? Safdar Ali Shirazi 11. Affirmative Action for Women Empowerment ? Shefali Roy 12. Women and Environment ? Prabha Kumar Printed Pages: 200. Seller Inventory # 52827

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Sekhar Basu Roy

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About this Item: Sekhar Basu Roy. Paperback. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Kashmir: accession or annexation/Nayana Bose. 2. The tragedy of Kashmir/A.P. Venkateswaran. 3. Kashmir: balancing human rights and Pak- sponsored terrorism/Arun Shourie. 4. Bogey of Kashmir/Jagmohan. 5. Pan- Islamic fundamentalism and militancy in Kashmir/Manoj Joshi. 6. Kashmir: is there a solution/D.D. Saklani. 7. The quest for self governance/Amitabh Mattoo. 8. Stray thoughts on Kashmir/S.K. Singh. 9. The Kashmir problem/ Harkishen Singh Surjeet. 10. The game Pakistan played/Rudranath Sanyal. 11.Kashmir: then and now/S.S. Oberoi. 12. Kashmir issue: external dimension/ Ved Marwah. 13. Kashmir Pandits: aliens in their own land/Omprakash Mishra.14. State terrorism in the insurgent valley/Siddhartha Guha Roy. 15. Improved economy will blow away insurgency/Arun Verma. 16. The role of the army in Kashmir/K.S. Brar. 17. The ethnic tangle in Kashmir/Parama Sen Ghosh. 18. Kashmir: India and Pakistan/J.K. Dutt. 19. The Kashmir dilemma/ Mahendra Chowkhany. 20. Militancy: religious extremism and ethno-cultural identity/Riyaz Punjabi. 21. Creative approach to Kashmir problem/Ved Bhasin. Book review.No. 29270 272 pp. Seller Inventory # 44949

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V.D. Chopra (Ed.)

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ISBN 10: 812120738X ISBN 13: 9788121207386

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book examines on the basis of empirical studies, the Rise of terrorism, secessionism and Ethnic Conflicts in the Beginning of the 21 st century in the entire belt of Eurasia. Though the contributors of this volume have conducted independent Research work on each country, they have followed interdisciplinary and multi-dimensional approach. As a result of this intellectual exercise based almost all of them have come to the Conclusion that it would be too simplistic to say that rise of Terrorism can be traced to one single factor, i.e fundamentalism. There is no doubt that fundamentalist Theology is being used as an instrument to disorientate and distort the consciousness of the people. It is this attempt, which has given Birth to the shrill cry of Jihad in some of the Countries afflicted by this menace. But this is only the hard top surface of this phenomenon. If you peel off this hard surface, and do strip mining, you come across various layers beneath the surface. These layers include the imperialist Policy of `divide and rule` in the Colonial period; accentuation of conflicts by the vested interests of the Cold War period; moral and material support including Supply of massive Military Hardware by certain foreign powers and above all the new nexus which has developed between terrorists, Drug mafia, illicit arms dealers and criminals. However, deprivation, poverty, unemployment and rising aspirations of the people provide a fertile Soil for these destructive forces. Third party interventions including military interventions on the pretext of Defence of human rights instead of resolving the crisis arising out of terrorism, cross-border terrorism in particular deepen it. Contents: Jammu And KashmirPresident of India/Mr. K.R. Narayanan Message from the Prime Minister of India/Mr. A.B. Vajpayee Preface Introduction 1. Terrorism and the Erosion of State Power/K.R. Singh 2. The United States and International Terrorism in South Asia/B.K. Shrivastava 3. Towards a Political Economy of Intra State Conflicts/Rakesh Gupta 4. Latest Trends in Terrorism/Ashwini Kumar 5. Rise of Terrorism and Secessionism in the 21st Century Conflicting Perceptions/V.D. Chopra 6. Rise of Terrorism and Secessionism in South Asia - A Bahai Viewpoint/A.K. Merchant 7. Terrorism and National Security Concerns/Maj. Gen. Afsir Karim (Retd.) 8. Pakistan and Afghanistan as Sources of Terrorism in the Region/Kalim Bahadur 9. Transformation of Pakistan and Afghanistan as Springboards of Cross Country Terrorism in the Region/Shri Prakash 10. The Face of the Proxy War in J&K/Brig. Chandra B. Khanduri 11. Islamist Extremism and Terrorism in Kashmir/K. Warikoo 12. Militancy in Jammu and Kashmir : A Study of Actors, Objectives and Strategies/G.M. Shah 13. `Cross-Border` Terrorism in Punjab/Satya Pal Dang 14. Islamic Factor and Fundamentalist Threat in Central! Asia/Devendra Kaushik 15. Rise of Islamic Extremism in West Asia and North Africa/Jagdish P. Sharma 16. Pakistan and Taliban Role in Chechnya Conflict/Vinod Anand 17. Chechnya : Background and Prospects/Ravi M. Bakaya 18. The Yogoslav Tragedy/O.N. Mehrotra 19. Nature and Genesis of Terrorism and Ethnic Conflicts in Indonesia/Udai Bhanu Singh 20. Ethnic Issues and Insurgency in Xinjiang/K.N. Ramachandran 21. Ethnic Cauldron in Sri Lanka/V. Suryanarayan 22. Maoist Terrorism in Nepal : Growth, Spread and Prospects/Parmanand 23. Narco-Terrorism, The Case of the Golden Crescent/Kshitij Prabha Appendix/P.N. Haksar`s Vision Printed Pages: 340. Seller Inventory # 35975

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B P Singh Sehgal

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ISBN 10: 8171007082 ISBN 13: 9788171007080

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About this Item: Deep and Deep. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. Introductory : 1. Statement of objectives/B. P. Singh Sehgal. 2. Key note address/A. N. Sadhu. 3. Inaugural address/A. S. Anand. 4. Presidential address/Y. R. Malhotra. 5. Valedictory address/K. K.Gupta. 6. Seminar proceedings. II. Genesis of terrorism : 7. Definition and development of the concept of terrorism/P. S. Sahi. 8. Forms of terrorism/Anurag Gangal. 9. Terrorism - some new dimensions/Parveen Kumar. 10. Violence in historical perspective/D. L. Chowdhary. 11. Terrorism today - why people turn terrorists?/Shailender Singh. 12. Terrorism and democratic regimes/Ashutosh Kumar. 13. Genesis of youth activism/Vishesh Verma. 14. Revolutionary nationalism and secessionist terrorism in India - an overview/N. K. Singh. 15. Genesis of terrorism/Y. V. Sharma. 16. Declining authority of Indian state and challenge of terrorism/Rekha Chowdhary. 17. Definition and development of the concept of terrorism/K. B.Raina. 18. Media and spread of terrorism/Sat Paul Sahni. III. Terrorism and human rights : 19. Terrorism - nature, human rights and measures to combat it/Ravinder Singh Rissam. 20. Terrorism in South Asia - a case study of India and Pakistan/Kulwant Kaur. 21. Terrorism in Punjab - causes,genesis, climax and decline/Raj Kumar. 22. Nuclear terrorism and human survival/Bharat B. Anand. 23. Ethnicity and terrorism/Jaya Ram Panda. 24. State terrorism and human rights/Gurcharan Singh. 25. Terrorism - economic and educational losses/Dhian Singh Bhau and Priyanka D. Singh. 26. Insurgency, human rights violations and human rights organisations/Shashi 380 pp. Seller Inventory # 38615

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Rajendra Prasad

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ISBN 10: 8178880512 ISBN 13: 9788178880518

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About this Item: Dominant. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction : the emerging dynamics of security in the new millennium/Rajendra Prasad. 2. South Asian security : challenges and options/S.K. Singh. 3. National security under coalition governments/H.K. Srivastava. 4. Nemesis of violence and our common future/Rajendra Prasad. 5. Legal aspects of the refugee situation in South Asia and India' s concerns/Sumbul Rizvi Khan. 6. Human rights, national security and media/P.R. Misal. 7. Dealing with the problem of human rights and national security in the information age/S.P. Sinha. 8. Glgobalisation in the new world system : reinterpreting the theoretical paradigms/B.M. Jain. 9. India's security in the 21 century : the environmental aspect/P.K. Gautam. 10. Wisdom warfare : transformations in modern warfare due to aerospace technologies/R.N. Swarup and M. Matheswaran. 11. Kargil : through smoke screen and reflectors/V.K. Srivastava. 12. Evaluating strategic parity and balance : India-China-Pakistan/Gautam Sen. 13. Security imperatives for India in the emerging geo-political environment/Harvir Sharma. 14. The stability-instability paradox in the Indo-Pak relations/Prashant Agrawal. 15. The Indian Ocean and India's maritime security in the early 21 century :challenges and options/Satyavir Singh. 16. The strategic environment of South Asia and India's security/R.S. Siwach. "The phenomenal dawn and ongoing developments of the 21 century bear the testimony that, following the reverberations of ending cold war and bipolarism, India has been faced with a number of marked shifts, adjustments, readjustments and adaptations 318 pp. Seller Inventory # 38722

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V.D. Chopra (Ed.)

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book examines on the basis of empirical studies, the Rise of terrorism, secessionism and Ethnic Conflicts in the Beginning of the 21 st century in the entire belt of Eurasia. Though the contributors of this volume have conducted independent Research work on each country, they have followed interdisciplinary and multi-dimensional approach. As a result of this intellectual exercise based almost all of them have come to the Conclusion that it would be too simplistic to say that rise of Terrorism can be traced to one single factor, i.e fundamentalism. There is no doubt that fundamentalist Theology is being used as an instrument to disorientate and distort the consciousness of the people. It is this attempt, which has given Birth to the shrill cry of Jihad in some of the Countries afflicted by this menace. But this is only the hard top surface of this phenomenon. If you peel off this hard surface, and do strip mining, you come across various layers beneath the surface. These layers include the imperialist Policy of `divide and rule` in the Colonial period; accentuation of conflicts by the vested interests of the Cold War period; moral and material support including Supply of massive Military Hardware by certain foreign powers and above all the new nexus which has developed between terrorists, Drug mafia, illicit arms dealers and criminals. However, deprivation, poverty, unemployment and rising aspirations of the people provide a fertile Soil for these destructive forces. Third party interventions including military interventions on the pretext of Defence of human rights instead of resolving the crisis arising out of terrorism, cross-border terrorism in particular deepen it. Contents: Jammu And KashmirPresident of India/Mr. K.R. Narayanan Message from the Prime Minister of India/Mr. A.B. Vajpayee Preface Introduction 1. Terrorism and the Erosion of State Power/K.R. Singh 2. The United States and International Terrorism in South Asia/B.K. Shrivastava 3. Towards a Political Economy of Intra State Conflicts/Rakesh Gupta 4. Latest Trends in Terrorism/Ashwini Kumar 5. Rise of Terrorism and Secessionism in the 21st Century Conflicting Perceptions/V.D. Chopra 6. Rise of Terrorism and Secessionism in South Asia - A Bahai Viewpoint/A.K. Merchant 7. Terrorism and National Security Concerns/Maj. Gen. Afsir Karim (Retd.) 8. Pakistan and Afghanistan as Sources of Terrorism in the Region/Kalim Bahadur 9. Transformation of Pakistan and Afghanistan as Springboards of Cross Country Terrorism in the Region/Shri Prakash 10. The Face of the Proxy War in J&K/Brig. Chandra B. Khanduri 11. Islamist Extremism and Terrorism in Kashmir/K. Warikoo 12. Militancy in Jammu and Kashmir : A Study of Actors, Objectives and Strategies/G.M. Shah 13. `Cross-Border` Terrorism in Punjab/Satya Pal Dang 14. Islamic Factor and Fundamentalist Threat in Central! Asia/Devendra Kaushik 15. Rise of Islamic Extremism in West Asia and North Africa/Jagdish P. Sharma 16. Pakistan and Taliban Role in Chechnya Conflict/Vinod Anand 17. Chechnya : Background and Prospects/Ravi M. Bakaya 18. The Yogoslav Tragedy/O.N. Mehrotra 19. Nature and Genesis of Terrorism and Ethnic Conflicts in Indonesia/Udai Bhanu Singh 20. Ethnic Issues and Insurgency in Xinjiang/K.N. Ramachandran 21. Ethnic Cauldron in Sri Lanka/V. Suryanarayan 22. Maoist Terrorism in Nepal : Growth, Spread and Prospects/Parmanand 23. Narco-Terrorism, The Case of the Golden Crescent/Kshitij Prabha Appendix/P.N. Haksar`s Vision Printed Pages: 340. Seller Inventory # 35975

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V D Chopra

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About this Item: Gyan Pub. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. Our democratic answer to terrorism/K.R.Narayanan. 2. International cooperation against terrorism/Sonia Gandhi. 3. Terrorism and Indo-Pak conflict on Kashmir/Rajindar Sachar. 4. Terrorism and human rights/Hari Swarup. 5. United States, Russia and the war against international terrorism/B.K. Shrivastava. 6. Will the United States withdraw from Central and South Asia?/Ge Lide. 7. Terrorism, cross-border terrorism and global terrorism/Satya Pal Dang. 8. An anatomy of global terrorism/Shri Prakash. 9. Cross-border terrorism - historical perspective/Ashwini Kumar. 10. Cross-border terrorism - a critique/Afsir Karim. 11. Cross-border terrorism and Border Security Force/Surindur Singh. 12. The growing dimension of Pakistan Inter Services Intelligence/Chandra B. Khanduri. 13. Role of narcotics in promoting terrorism/Kshitij Prabha. 14. Distortion of religious philosophies/V.D. Chopra. 15. On the concept of compassion in Islam/Asghar Ali Engineer. 16. Hindu religious revivalism-a critical estimate/V.D. Chopra. 17. Geo-strategic importance of Jammu and Kashmir/V.D. Chopra. 18. Geo-political and socio-economic causes of militancy in Jammu and Kashmir/G.M. Shah. 19. Right of self-determination and Kashmir/V.D. Chopra. 20. Cease-Fire Line, Line of Control and Shimla Agreement/V.D. Chopra. 21. Strategic role of Afghanistan/V.D. Chopra. 22. The Maoist challenge in Nepal/S.D. Muni. 23. Terrorism in Central Asia-an overview/Meena Singh Roy. 24. Terrorism in Xinjiang-Chinese experience/V.D.Chopra. 25. Significance of Shanghai Forum/V.D. Chopra. 26. Nature of 324 pp. Seller Inventory # 43867

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ISBN 10: 8170493323 ISBN 13: 9788170493327

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About this Item: Manas Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. From soldier to spy. 2. A brief history. 3. Learning the ropes. 4. The telecom division. 5. The case of the VHF/UHF Antenna. 6. The VSAT Project. 7. For a few pieces of silver. 8. The death of Vipin Handa. 9. Signals intelligence. 10. The Rabinder Singh episode. 11. The intelligence mechanism in India. 12. Epilogue. Bibliography. Index. The Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) is India's premier intelligence agency. Like the CIA in the USA and MI 6 in the UK it is responsible for external intelligence. However unlike intelligence agencies in many democratic countries that are subjected to public and parliamentary scrutiny the activities of RAW remain shrouded in mystery. Though RAW has been written about earlier most of the authors are of foreign origin the largest number being from Pakistan. The few Indians who have written about RAW are outsiders whose knowledge has been gleaned from those who have served in the agency. There is not a single inside account of RAW. The present book is the first account by a person who has served in RAW at a senior level and was able to see its functioning from close quarters. Since he was concerned with signal intelligence rather than human intelligence operations most of the coverage is devoted to the former. The book brings to light several lacunae in the functioning of the country's top intelligence agency the most glaring being the anomalies in procurement of equipment lack of accountability and our dependence on foreign sources with the resultant threat to national security. Some of the hitherto untold stories recounted in the book are 1. How equipment was purchased from foreign companies at prices that were more than ten times the market price by altering technical parameters. 2. How the security of the Prime Minister was almost compromised for a few pieces of silver. 3. The circumstances leading to the death of one of RAW's brightest officers Vipin Handa. 4. The stories of moles in the country's top intelligence agencies including that of Rabinder Singh. 5. The bitter rivalry between RAW and IB and its effects. 6. The modus operandi of foreign intelligence agencies in recruiting moles in India. The Indian taxpayer has a right to know how his money is spent and after reading this book he will not only be wiser but also angry. The author hopes that the anger gives rise to a public debate and an increase in accountability of our top intelligence agencies. 186 pp. Seller Inventory # 64614

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V.D. Chopra

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Rootsref="./books/Jammu-And-Kashmir" Title="Jammu-And-Kashmir">Jammu And Kashmirer 11, 2001 strikes on World Trade Centre in New York and subsequent tragic Events in India-attacks on Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, on Indian Parliament (13 December) and growing trend to cross-border terrorism, the threat to international Peace and stability, of South Asia in particular has assumed a dangerous proportion. In this volume nearly two dozen intellectuals and experts have contributed papers on rise of global terrorism-its strategic, geopolitical, socio-economic and ideological roots. This book brings into sharp focus how global Terrorism has developed into a pyramid with various layers. To demolish this pyramid it is not enough to look at its hard surface of terroristic actions including human bombs. The hard surface needs to be demolished. Let us not make any bones about it. However, from the long-term point of view socio-economic, Political and ideological Roots of this have to be destroyed. This requires a determined political will. This is the main theme of this book. Contents: Message of Sri Jaswant Singh, Minister of External Affairs Preface Introduction List of Contributors 1. Our Democratic Answer to Terrorism/K.R. Narayanan 2. International Cooperation against Terrorism/Sonia Gandhi 3. Terrorism and Indo-Pak Conflict on Kashmir/Rajindar Sachar 4. Terrorism and Human Rights/Hari Swarup 5. United States, Russia and the War against International Terrorism/B.K. Shrivastava 6. Will the United States withdraw from Central and South Asia?/Ge Lide 7. Terrorism, Cross-Border Terrorism and Global Terrorism/Satya Pal Dang 8. An Anatomy of Global Terrorism/Shri Prakash 9. Cross-Border Terrorism - Historical Perspective/Ashwini Kumar 10. Cross-Border Terrorism - A Critique/Afsir Karim 11. Cross-Border Terrorism and Border Security Force/Surindur Singh 12. The Growing Dimension of Pakistan Inter Services Intelligence/Chandra B. Khanduri 13. Role of Narcotics in Promoting Terrorism/Kshitij Prabha 14. Distortion of Religious Philosophies/V.D. Chopra 15. On the Concept of Compassion in Islam/Asghar Ali Engineer 16. Hindu Religious Revivalism-A Critical Estimate/V.D. Chopra 17. Geo-Strategic Importance of Jammu and Kashmir/V.D. Chopra 18. Geo-Political and Socio-Economic Causes of Militancy in Jammu and Kashmir/G.M. Shah 19. Right of Self-Determination and Kashmir/V.D. Chopra 20. Cease-Fire Line, Line of Control and Shimla Agreement/V.D. Chopra 21. Strategic Role of Afghanistan/V.D. Chopra 22. The Maoist Challenge in Nepal/S.D. Muni 23. Terrorism in Central Asia-An Overview/Meena Singh Roy 24. Terrorism in Xinjiang-Chinese Experience/V.D. Chopra 25. Significance of Shanghai Forum/V.D. Chopra 26. Nature of Terrorism in Chechnya/Zafar Imam 27. International Terrorism : The Case of Chechnya/Ravi M. Bakaya 28. The Dynamics of Terrorism in Algeria/Jagdish P. Sharma Printed Pages: 340. Seller Inventory # 41563

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V.D. Chopra

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Rootsref="./books/Jammu-And-Kashmir" Title="Jammu-And-Kashmir">Jammu And Kashmirer 11, 2001 strikes on World Trade Centre in New York and subsequent tragic Events in India-attacks on Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, on Indian Parliament (13 December) and growing trend to cross-border terrorism, the threat to international Peace and stability, of South Asia in particular has assumed a dangerous proportion. In this volume nearly two dozen intellectuals and experts have contributed papers on rise of global terrorism-its strategic, geopolitical, socio-economic and ideological roots. This book brings into sharp focus how global Terrorism has developed into a pyramid with various layers. To demolish this pyramid it is not enough to look at its hard surface of terroristic actions including human bombs. The hard surface needs to be demolished. Let us not make any bones about it. However, from the long-term point of view socio-economic, Political and ideological Roots of this have to be destroyed. This requires a determined political will. This is the main theme of this book. Contents: Message of Sri Jaswant Singh, Minister of External Affairs Preface Introduction List of Contributors 1. Our Democratic Answer to Terrorism/K.R. Narayanan 2. International Cooperation against Terrorism/Sonia Gandhi 3. Terrorism and Indo-Pak Conflict on Kashmir/Rajindar Sachar 4. Terrorism and Human Rights/Hari Swarup 5. United States, Russia and the War against International Terrorism/B.K. Shrivastava 6. Will the United States withdraw from Central and South Asia?/Ge Lide 7. Terrorism, Cross-Border Terrorism and Global Terrorism/Satya Pal Dang 8. An Anatomy of Global Terrorism/Shri Prakash 9. Cross-Border Terrorism - Historical Perspective/Ashwini Kumar 10. Cross-Border Terrorism - A Critique/Afsir Karim 11. Cross-Border Terrorism and Border Security Force/Surindur Singh 12. The Growing Dimension of Pakistan Inter Services Intelligence/Chandra B. Khanduri 13. Role of Narcotics in Promoting Terrorism/Kshitij Prabha 14. Distortion of Religious Philosophies/V.D. Chopra 15. On the Concept of Compassion in Islam/Asghar Ali Engineer 16. Hindu Religious Revivalism-A Critical Estimate/V.D. Chopra 17. Geo-Strategic Importance of Jammu and Kashmir/V.D. Chopra 18. Geo-Political and Socio-Economic Causes of Militancy in Jammu and Kashmir/G.M. Shah 19. Right of Self-Determination and Kashmir/V.D. Chopra 20. Cease-Fire Line, Line of Control and Shimla Agreement/V.D. Chopra 21. Strategic Role of Afghanistan/V.D. Chopra 22. The Maoist Challenge in Nepal/S.D. Muni 23. Terrorism in Central Asia-An Overview/Meena Singh Roy 24. Terrorism in Xinjiang-Chinese Experience/V.D. Chopra 25. Significance of Shanghai Forum/V.D. Chopra 26. Nature of Terrorism in Chechnya/Zafar Imam 27. International Terrorism : The Case of Chechnya/Ravi M. Bakaya 28. The Dynamics of Terrorism in Algeria/Jagdish P. Sharma Printed Pages: 340. Seller Inventory # 41563

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The ultimate objective of all economic efforts is human development which encompasses quality of life, the level of well-being and access to basic social services. The Fundamental Rights that India?s Constitution guarantees to every citizen include the right to life and the right to livelihood is inherent in the right to life. The root cause of social insecurity in India is poverty and that is largely due to lack of adequate or productive employment opportunities. The pattern of economic development in India since Independence in 1947 has left in its trail a variety of inequalities which have caused socio-politico tensions. While the economy has performed well in terms of growth rate of gross domestic product (GDP), its performance in terms of human development indicators has been unsatisfactory. India?s recent economic growth performance has, indeed, been creditable. However, such growth must make a demonstrable difference to the lives of the poorest and most vulnerable citizens. India has the potential and the means to secure a reasonable standard of living for all of its citizens. The socio-economically disadvantaged?particularly women in rural areas?are yet to benefit from development efforts. The present volume contains 12 well-researched papers?authored by experts in the field?which provide deep insights into the various aspects of human development in the context of social justice and women empowerment. CONTENTS 1. Social Well-being: Meaning, Concept and Scope ? Amrita Chowdhury 2. Regional Disparities in Human Development in South Asia ? Debjani Sarkar 3. Gender Inequality and Discrimination in India ? J.P. Singh 4. Socio-economic Conditions of Karbi Population ? Madhumona Goswami and Madhushree Das 5. Constitution and Women Empowerment in India ? Om Prakash Tiwari 6. Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Sex Composition ? Nandita Kumari 7. Gender Issue: An International Relations Concern ? Arun Kumar Singh 8. Gender Discrimination: Effects on Reproductive Behaviour and Reproductive Health ? Ashesh Dasgupta 9. Status of Women and Socio-economic Development ? Rashmi Prakash 10. Honour Killings in Pakistan ? Safdar Ali Shirazi 11. Affirmative Action for Women Empowerment ? Shefali Roy 12. Women and Environment ? Prabha Kumar Printed Pages: 200. Seller Inventory # 52827

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V.D. Chopra (Ed.)

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book examines on the basis of empirical studies, the Rise of terrorism, secessionism and Ethnic Conflicts in the Beginning of the 21 st century in the entire belt of Eurasia. Though the contributors of this volume have conducted independent Research work on each country, they have followed interdisciplinary and multi-dimensional approach. As a result of this intellectual exercise based almost all of them have come to the Conclusion that it would be too simplistic to say that rise of Terrorism can be traced to one single factor, i.e fundamentalism. There is no doubt that fundamentalist Theology is being used as an instrument to disorientate and distort the consciousness of the people. It is this attempt, which has given Birth to the shrill cry of Jihad in some of the Countries afflicted by this menace. But this is only the hard top surface of this phenomenon. If you peel off this hard surface, and do strip mining, you come across various layers beneath the surface. These layers include the imperialist Policy of `divide and rule` in the Colonial period; accentuation of conflicts by the vested interests of the Cold War period; moral and material support including Supply of massive Military Hardware by certain foreign powers and above all the new nexus which has developed between terrorists, Drug mafia, illicit arms dealers and criminals. However, deprivation, poverty, unemployment and rising aspirations of the people provide a fertile Soil for these destructive forces. Third party interventions including military interventions on the pretext of Defence of human rights instead of resolving the crisis arising out of terrorism, cross-border terrorism in particular deepen it. Contents: Jammu And KashmirPresident of India/Mr. K.R. Narayanan Message from the Prime Minister of India/Mr. A.B. Vajpayee Preface Introduction 1. Terrorism and the Erosion of State Power/K.R. Singh 2. The United States and International Terrorism in South Asia/B.K. Shrivastava 3. Towards a Political Economy of Intra State Conflicts/Rakesh Gupta 4. Latest Trends in Terrorism/Ashwini Kumar 5. Rise of Terrorism and Secessionism in the 21st Century Conflicting Perceptions/V.D. Chopra 6. Rise of Terrorism and Secessionism in South Asia - A Bahai Viewpoint/A.K. Merchant 7. Terrorism and National Security Concerns/Maj. Gen. Afsir Karim (Retd.) 8. Pakistan and Afghanistan as Sources of Terrorism in the Region/Kalim Bahadur 9. Transformation of Pakistan and Afghanistan as Springboards of Cross Country Terrorism in the Region/Shri Prakash 10. The Face of the Proxy War in J&K/Brig. Chandra B. Khanduri 11. Islamist Extremism and Terrorism in Kashmir/K. Warikoo 12. Militancy in Jammu and Kashmir : A Study of Actors, Objectives and Strategies/G.M. Shah 13. `Cross-Border` Terrorism in Punjab/Satya Pal Dang 14. Islamic Factor and Fundamentalist Threat in Central! Asia/Devendra Kaushik 15. Rise of Islamic Extremism in West Asia and North Africa/Jagdish P. Sharma 16. Pakistan and Taliban Role in Chechnya Conflict/Vinod Anand 17. Chechnya : Background and Prospects/Ravi M. Bakaya 18. The Yogoslav Tragedy/O.N. Mehrotra 19. Nature and Genesis of Terrorism and Ethnic Conflicts in Indonesia/Udai Bhanu Singh 20. Ethnic Issues and Insurgency in Xinjiang/K.N. Ramachandran 21. Ethnic Cauldron in Sri Lanka/V. Suryanarayan 22. Maoist Terrorism in Nepal : Growth, Spread and Prospects/Parmanand 23. Narco-Terrorism, The Case of the Golden Crescent/Kshitij Prabha Appendix/P.N. Haksar`s Vision Printed Pages: 340. Seller Inventory # 35975

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V.D. Chopra

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Rootsref="./books/Jammu-And-Kashmir" Title="Jammu-And-Kashmir">Jammu And Kashmirer 11, 2001 strikes on World Trade Centre in New York and subsequent tragic Events in India-attacks on Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, on Indian Parliament (13 December) and growing trend to cross-border terrorism, the threat to international Peace and stability, of South Asia in particular has assumed a dangerous proportion. In this volume nearly two dozen intellectuals and experts have contributed papers on rise of global terrorism-its strategic, geopolitical, socio-economic and ideological roots. This book brings into sharp focus how global Terrorism has developed into a pyramid with various layers. To demolish this pyramid it is not enough to look at its hard surface of terroristic actions including human bombs. The hard surface needs to be demolished. Let us not make any bones about it. However, from the long-term point of view socio-economic, Political and ideological Roots of this have to be destroyed. This requires a determined political will. This is the main theme of this book. Contents: Message of Sri Jaswant Singh, Minister of External Affairs Preface Introduction List of Contributors 1. Our Democratic Answer to Terrorism/K.R. Narayanan 2. International Cooperation against Terrorism/Sonia Gandhi 3. Terrorism and Indo-Pak Conflict on Kashmir/Rajindar Sachar 4. Terrorism and Human Rights/Hari Swarup 5. United States, Russia and the War against International Terrorism/B.K. Shrivastava 6. Will the United States withdraw from Central and South Asia?/Ge Lide 7. Terrorism, Cross-Border Terrorism and Global Terrorism/Satya Pal Dang 8. An Anatomy of Global Terrorism/Shri Prakash 9. Cross-Border Terrorism - Historical Perspective/Ashwini Kumar 10. Cross-Border Terrorism - A Critique/Afsir Karim 11. Cross-Border Terrorism and Border Security Force/Surindur Singh 12. The Growing Dimension of Pakistan Inter Services Intelligence/Chandra B. Khanduri 13. Role of Narcotics in Promoting Terrorism/Kshitij Prabha 14. Distortion of Religious Philosophies/V.D. Chopra 15. On the Concept of Compassion in Islam/Asghar Ali Engineer 16. Hindu Religious Revivalism-A Critical Estimate/V.D. Chopra 17. Geo-Strategic Importance of Jammu and Kashmir/V.D. Chopra 18. Geo-Political and Socio-Economic Causes of Militancy in Jammu and Kashmir/G.M. Shah 19. Right of Self-Determination and Kashmir/V.D. Chopra 20. Cease-Fire Line, Line of Control and Shimla Agreement/V.D. Chopra 21. Strategic Role of Afghanistan/V.D. Chopra 22. The Maoist Challenge in Nepal/S.D. Muni 23. Terrorism in Central Asia-An Overview/Meena Singh Roy 24. Terrorism in Xinjiang-Chinese Experience/V.D. Chopra 25. Significance of Shanghai Forum/V.D. Chopra 26. Nature of Terrorism in Chechnya/Zafar Imam 27. International Terrorism : The Case of Chechnya/Ravi M. Bakaya 28. The Dynamics of Terrorism in Algeria/Jagdish P. Sharma Printed Pages: 340. Seller Inventory # 41563

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Annpurna Nautiyal

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About this Item: Gyan, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. I. Conceptual issues 1. Challenges to India's foreign policy in the new era need for a holistic approach/P.M. Kamath. 2. Aspects of India's foreign policy challenges and response/Sheel K. Asopa. 3. Changing security paradigms in India the UPA phase/Pramod Mishra. 4. Challenges before India's foreign policy in the 21 century/Madhurendra Kumar. 5. Visualising new dynamics of challenges to India's foreign policy/I.D. Mishra. II. Problems 6. Indo US partnership in the post cold war period strategies and constraints/M.T. Desai. 7. Divergence and convergence within US administration its impact on national security of India/S.J.R. Bilgrami. 8. India and the US issues of convergence and divergence/Indu Singh. 9. Stumbling blocs in Indo US relations in the post cold war era/A.K. Ghildial. 10. Transiting from SAFTA challenges and opportunities for India/Indra Nath Mukherji. 11. Economic co operation in the SAARC region potential constraints and policies/S.D. Chamola. 12. India and SAARC challenges and opportunities/Saroj Pathak. 13. Growing nuclear danger in South Asia prospects for cooperative denuclearisation/Jyotirmoy Banerjee. 14. Dilemma behind Pak's nuclear programmes options before India/Badruddin. 15. Indo Pak relations a snake ladder game/Jitendra Narayan. 16. Sino Indian relations need for a paradigm shift/Roop Singh Bareth. 17. India America and Pakistan in the new era challenges and new equations/Annpurna Nautiyal. III. Human security good governance and region specific issues 18. Terrorism as weapon/D.B. Shekatkar. 19. Globalization communication media and terrorism in India/Sanjeev K. Sharma. 20. International terrorism India's perception support from Russia/Nalineet Ghildial. 21. Armed rebellion in Nepal a challenge to security of Nepal and India/Nalini Kant Jha. 22. Quest for human security rethinking refugee problem in third world perspective/Vijay Kumar. 23. Environmental security in South Asia/Narottam Gaan. 24. The task of good corporate governance/T.K. Mishra. Index. India's foreign policy is not only facing the challenge of securing peaceful atmosphere in the subcontinent but also achieving satisfactory economic growth curbing terrorism promoting peace and human security as well as to evolve a right strategy to deal with the US the only superpower Pakistan China and the other Asian states in the new era. India also aspires to play an important role in the world bodies like the UN through becoming a permanent member of the security council but the support from the US is still needed to fulfill this long cherished dream. The challenges are many but the strategies for confronting these challenges are limited because with the disintegration of the Soviet Union India's strategy of non alignment and close relations with the Soviet Union has lost much of its relevance. More so due to internal problems (growing poverty corruption and poor infrastructure) and security challenges from Pakistan India in place of playing the global role has to confine itself in the South Asia region only. Thus India's desire of playing a leading role in the global politics has yet to be fulfilled because of the above challenges. The present volume which consists of some important contributions on the various challenges being faced by India's foreign policy in the new era would be helpful in improving the understanding of the problems as well as the possible strategies and prove useful for scholars students common man and foreign policy makers of India. 388 pp. Seller Inventory # 59264

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About this Item: Pentagon Press, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. 1. Historical perspective of human rights. 2. Western and Islamic concepts of human rights. 3. Constitutional and legal base of human rights in Pakistan. 4. Status of human rights in Pakistan. 5. Human rights in Pakistan during various regimes. 6. Human rights under Pervez Musharraf. 7. Women's rights. 8. Role of Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP). Appendix. Bibliography. Index. Human Rights in Pakistan is one of the most important issues in this era of human rights consciousness. This book Human Rights in Pakistan From Zulfikar Ali Bhutto to Musharraf provides an analytical and incisive account of all the developments in Pakistani politics right from the declaration of Ahamadiyas as non Muslim and Pakistan as an Islamic state by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto to the new lease of life to religious forces by Pervez Musharraf. With these successive political developments the shaking democratic building collapsed and human rights became a back bencher. The author further writes that the close military mullah nexus has intensified the culture of Talibanisation in the Pakistani society. The Zia Legacy and the Nexus among military bureaucracy as also the Feudalism have created Pakistan as a breeding ground for international terrorism. Negation of democratic institutions sustainability of military culture resource crunch and lackadaisical or abysmal role of judiciary have considerably led to bedeviling the Human Rights Movement. 312 pp. Seller Inventory # 65378

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ISBN 10: 8184846665 ISBN 13: 9788184846669

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About this Item: Regal Publications, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Restoring peace: from preventive Diplomacy to peace-making and peace-keeping/Ashu Pasricha. 2. The idea of making peace profitable: a case for a new peace paradigm/Linda D. Tomlinson. 3. Asia-pacific security: challenges, trends and implications/Maj. Gen B.K. Sharma. 4. China-Pakistan relations: an all-weather friendship/Lt. Gen. Amit Sarin. 5. Foreign policy-making in India/J.K. Baral and A.K. Tripathy. 6. Peace-conflict lifecycle/Bishnu Pathak. 7. Education and educational philosophies for peace-harmony: in reference to existence-based human centric co-existentialism/Surendra Pathak. 8. Chinas increasing footprint in South Asia: implications for India/Sanjay Kumar. 9. Making peace with people and planet/Seema Pasricha. 10. Indian ocean and the sea lanes of communication (SLOC)/Kulvinder Singh .Index. Peace and security has been and remains a permanent ideal and aspiration, as well as a right and a duty. However, in our fast-paced, interconnected world, peace and security is at risk. While world wars are becoming, it may be hoped, a thing of the past, violence, civil strife and conflict continue to define the lives of millions. Internal conflicts and terrorist attacks demonstrate that the presence of peace and security can never be taken for granted. As an ongoing process of political, economic and cultural negotiation, peace and security requires constant engineering, vigilance and active participation. It implies commitment and a long term vision, and this entails a blend of traditional and contemporary ways of understanding the roots of conflicts, ways of mitigating violence, and paths towards reconciliation and healing. The principal objective of national security is the protection of the territorial integrity and political sovereignty from external aggression. Technological advances and proliferation of weaponary mean that future wars between states will exact a horrific toll on civilians. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 122611

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Anand Sharma (Ed.) & Sonia Gandhi (Frwd)

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About this Item: Academic Foundation, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Indian National Congress Philosophy and inherent spirituality had a profound influence not only on the people of India but the freedom loving people worldwide. 11th of September 2006 marked the centenary of the Satyagraha movement launched by Mahatma Gandhi in South Africa for peaceful resistance against discriminatory and unjust laws. ?Satyagraha-the firmness of the force Truth? became a powerful mass movement of peaceful resistance and civil disobedience. Over the years, it evolved into a dynamic mass movement of effective action. Commemorating 100 years of ?Satyagraha? in a befitting manner, the Indian National Congress convened a two day international conference : ?Peace, Non-violence and Empowerment : Gandhian Philosophy in the 21st Century? Over 300 international delegates from 91 Countries comprising world leaders, Nobel laureates, leading Peace and human rights activists and Gandhian scholars reflected on the essence and the enduring relevance of Mahatma Gandhi?s philosophy. The Conference deliberated on subjects and issues which represent the core of Gandhian thought. The discussion touched upon a wide range of Gandhian principles and values including Mahatma Gandhi?s concern for the Poor and his abiding commitment to non-violence and people?s empowerment. Emerging from the discussions amongst the luminaries was the collective affirmation to renew people?s commitment to Mahatma?s noble mission of building a world that is in peace and harmony with itself. Based on the deliberations of this conference, together with precious archival material, this volume-a book for the future-endeavours to REACH out and connect the people, especially the younger generation, to the ?Gandhian way? and to carry forward his legacy into the 21st century. Contents Foreword/Sonia Gandhi Introduction/Anand Sharma Section I : Gandhian Philosophy IN THE 21ST CENTURY : 1. The Sacred Warrior/Nelson Mandela 2. Rediscovering the Mahatma?s Way/Sonia Gandhi 3. Celebrating Satyagraha : Assertion of Human Dignity and Spirit/Manmohan Singh 4. Poverty, Injustice and World Peace/Muhammad Yunus 5. The Spirit of Togetherness/Desmond Tutu 6. Building a New World Order/Ela Gandhi 7. Re-launching the Satyagraha Movement/Kenneth Kaunda 8. Overcoming the New Divisions/Lech Walesa 9. Immortality of Gandhian Philosophy/Pranab Mukherjee 10. Promoting Gandhian Philosophy/Nasser al-Kidwa 11. True World Citizenship/Abdelaziz Bouteflika Section II : A NON-VIOLENT APPROACH TO CONFLICT Resolution AND Peace BUILDING : 12. Gandhi?s Answer : Neither Peace Nor War but Non-violent Struggle/Gene Sharp 13. Restoring the Theme of Non-violence/Francesco Rutelli 14. Power of Peaceful Transformation/Ahmed Kathrada 15. Relevance of Gandhi in the Political World Today/Radha Kumar 16. New Purpose of Leadership : Less to Rule, More to Educate/George Papandreou 17. Co-operation for Viable and Sustainable Social and Political Order/Maumoon Abdul Gayoom 18. A New Satyagraha/Janez Drnov?ek 19. Peaceful Resolution of Conflicts/Jusuf Kalla 20. Reviving the Gandhian Philosophy/Abune Paulos 21. World Voices/Liu Hongcai (China), Pawel Zalewski (Poland), Lyonpo Khandu Wangchuk (Bhutan), Ramesh Chennithala (India), Farooq Sattar (Pakistan), Navnit Dholakia (United Kingdom), Sadok Fayala (Tunisia), Mohamed Ali Rustam (Malaysia), Pradip Giri (Nepal), Karen Balcázar Cronenbold (Bolivia) Section III : GANDHIAN PHILOSOPHY FOR Poverty ERADICATION, Education AND PEOPLE?S Empowerment : 22. Gandhi on Poverty Eradication and People`s Empowerment/Bhikhu Parekh 23. The Next Big Social Innovation : Democratising Commerce/C.K. Prahalad 24. Poverty Alleviation through Empowerment/Navinchandra Ramgoolam 25. Equality of Empowerment/Edward Samuel Miliband 26. Peaceful Coexistence/Gianni Vernetti 27. Keeping Non-violence Alive/Hawa Ahmed Yousso Printed Pages: 320. Seller Inventory # 44232

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Anand Sharma (Ed.) & Sonia Gandhi (Frwd)

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About this Item: Academic Foundation, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Indian National Congress Philosophy and inherent spirituality had a profound influence not only on the people of India but the freedom loving people worldwide. 11th of September 2006 marked the centenary of the Satyagraha movement launched by Mahatma Gandhi in South Africa for peaceful resistance against discriminatory and unjust laws. âSatyagraha-the firmness of the force Truthâ became a powerful mass movement of peaceful resistance and civil disobedience. Over the years, it evolved into a dynamic mass movement of effective action. Commemorating 100 years of âSatyagrahaâ in a befitting manner, the Indian National Congress convened a two day international conference : âPeace, Non-violence and Empowerment : Gandhian Philosophy in the 21st Centuryâ. Over 300 international delegates from 91 Countries comprising world leaders, Nobel laureates, leading Peace and human rights activists and Gandhian scholars reflected on the essence and the enduring relevance of Mahatma Gandhiâs philosophy. The Conference deliberated on subjects and issues which represent the core of Gandhian thought. The discussion touched upon a wide range of Gandhian principles and values including Mahatma Gandhiâs concern for the Poor and his abiding commitment to non-violence and peopleâs empowerment. Emerging from the discussions amongst the luminaries was the collective affirmation to renew peopleâs commitment to Mahatmaâs noble mission of building a world that is in peace and harmony with itself. Based on the deliberations of this conference, together with precious archival material, this volume-a book for the future-endeavours to REACH out and connect the people, especially the younger generation, to the âGandhian wayâ and to carry forward his legacy into the 21st century. Contents Foreword/Sonia Gandhi Introduction/Anand Sharma Section I : Gandhian Philosophy IN THE 21ST CENTURY : 1. The Sacred Warrior/Nelson Mandela 2. Rediscovering the Mahatmaâs Way/Sonia Gandhi 3. Celebrating Satyagraha : Assertion of Human Dignity and Spirit/Manmohan Singh 4. Poverty, Injustice and World Peace/Muhammad Yunus 5. The Spirit of Togetherness/Desmond Tutu 6. Building a New World Order/Ela Gandhi 7. Re-launching the Satyagraha Movement/Kenneth Kaunda 8. Overcoming the New Divisions/Lech Walesa 9. Immortality of Gandhian Philosophy/Pranab Mukherjee 10. Promoting Gandhian Philosophy/Nasser al-Kidwa 11. True World Citizenship/Abdelaziz Bouteflika Section II : A NON-VIOLENT APPROACH TO CONFLICT Resolution AND Peace BUILDING : 12. Gandhiâs Answer : Neither Peace Nor War but Non-violent Struggle/Gene Sharp 13. Restoring the Theme of Non-violence/Francesco Rutelli 14. Power of Peaceful Transformation/Ahmed Kathrada 15. Relevance of Gandhi in the Political World Today/Radha Kumar 16. New Purpose of Leadership : Less to Rule, More to Educate/George Papandreou 17. Co-operation for Viable and Sustainable Social and Political Order/Maumoon Abdul Gayoom 18. A New Satyagraha/Janez DrnovÅ¡ek 19. Peaceful Resolution of Conflicts/Jusuf Kalla 20. Reviving the Gandhian Philosophy/Abune Paulos 21. World Voices/Liu Hongcai (China), Pawel Zalewski (Poland), Lyonpo Khandu Wangchuk (Bhutan), Ramesh Chennithala (India), Farooq Sattar (Pakistan), Navnit Dholakia (United Kingdom), Sadok Fayala (Tunisia), Mohamed Ali Rustam (Malaysia), Pradip Giri (Nepal), Karen Balcázar Cronenbold (Bolivia) Section III : GANDHIAN PHILOSOPHY FOR Poverty ERADICATION, Education AND PEOPLEâS Empowerment : 22. Gandhi on Poverty Eradication and People`s Empowerment/Bhikhu Parekh 23. The Next Big Social Innovation : Democratising Commerce/C.K. Prahalad 24. Poverty Alleviation through Empowerment/Navinchandra Ramgoolam 25. Equality of Empowerment/Edward Samuel Miliband 26. Peaceful Coexistence/Gianni Vernetti 27. Keeping Non-violence Alive/Hawa Ahmed Yousso Printed Pages: 320. Seller Inventory # 44232

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About this Item: Academic Foundation, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Indian National Congress Philosophy and inherent spirituality had a profound influence not only on the people of India but the freedom loving people worldwide. 11th of September 2006 marked the centenary of the Satyagraha movement launched by Mahatma Gandhi in South Africa for peaceful resistance against discriminatory and unjust laws. âSatyagraha-the firmness of the force Truthâ became a powerful mass movement of peaceful resistance and civil disobedience. Over the years, it evolved into a dynamic mass movement of effective action. Commemorating 100 years of âSatyagrahaâ in a befitting manner, the Indian National Congress convened a two day international conference : âPeace, Non-violence and Empowerment : Gandhian Philosophy in the 21st Centuryâ. Over 300 international delegates from 91 Countries comprising world leaders, Nobel laureates, leading Peace and human rights activists and Gandhian scholars reflected on the essence and the enduring relevance of Mahatma Gandhiâs philosophy. The Conference deliberated on subjects and issues which represent the core of Gandhian thought. The discussion touched upon a wide range of Gandhian principles and values including Mahatma Gandhiâs concern for the Poor and his abiding commitment to non-violence and peopleâs empowerment. Emerging from the discussions amongst the luminaries was the collective affirmation to renew peopleâs commitment to Mahatmaâs noble mission of building a world that is in peace and harmony with itself. Based on the deliberations of this conference, together with precious archival material, this volume-a book for the future-endeavours to REACH out and connect the people, especially the younger generation, to the âGandhian wayâ and to carry forward his legacy into the 21st century. Contents Foreword/Sonia Gandhi Introduction/Anand Sharma Section I : Gandhian Philosophy IN THE 21ST CENTURY : 1. The Sacred Warrior/Nelson Mandela 2. Rediscovering the Mahatmaâs Way/Sonia Gandhi 3. Celebrating Satyagraha : Assertion of Human Dignity and Spirit/Manmohan Singh 4. Poverty, Injustice and World Peace/Muhammad Yunus 5. The Spirit of Togetherness/Desmond Tutu 6. Building a New World Order/Ela Gandhi 7. Re-launching the Satyagraha Movement/Kenneth Kaunda 8. Overcoming the New Divisions/Lech Walesa 9. Immortality of Gandhian Philosophy/Pranab Mukherjee 10. Promoting Gandhian Philosophy/Nasser al-Kidwa 11. True World Citizenship/Abdelaziz Bouteflika Section II : A NON-VIOLENT APPROACH TO CONFLICT Resolution AND Peace BUILDING : 12. Gandhiâs Answer : Neither Peace Nor War but Non-violent Struggle/Gene Sharp 13. Restoring the Theme of Non-violence/Francesco Rutelli 14. Power of Peaceful Transformation/Ahmed Kathrada 15. Relevance of Gandhi in the Political World Today/Radha Kumar 16. New Purpose of Leadership : Less to Rule, More to Educate/George Papandreou 17. Co-operation for Viable and Sustainable Social and Political Order/Maumoon Abdul Gayoom 18. A New Satyagraha/Janez DrnovÅ¡ek 19. Peaceful Resolution of Conflicts/Jusuf Kalla 20. Reviving the Gandhian Philosophy/Abune Paulos 21. World Voices/Liu Hongcai (China), Pawel Zalewski (Poland), Lyonpo Khandu Wangchuk (Bhutan), Ramesh Chennithala (India), Farooq Sattar (Pakistan), Navnit Dholakia (United Kingdom), Sadok Fayala (Tunisia), Mohamed Ali Rustam (Malaysia), Pradip Giri (Nepal), Karen Balcázar Cronenbold (Bolivia) Section III : GANDHIAN PHILOSOPHY FOR Poverty ERADICATION, Education AND PEOPLEâS Empowerment : 22. Gandhi on Poverty Eradication and People`s Empowerment/Bhikhu Parekh 23. The Next Big Social Innovation : Democratising Commerce/C.K. Prahalad 24. Poverty Alleviation through Empowerment/Navinchandra Ramgoolam 25. Equality of Empowerment/Edward Samuel Miliband 26. Peaceful Coexistence/Gianni Vernetti 27. Keeping Non-violence Alive/Hawa Ahmed Yousso Printed Pages: 320. Seller Inventory # 44232

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