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India Bangladesh Relations

Author : Jayanta Kumar Ray
ISBN : 9380502648
Genre : Bangladesh
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The importance of a thorough analysis of the current state of India-Bangladesh relations can hardly be exaggerated. Sceptics may observe that India can afford to remain indifferent to relationships with Bangladesh, whereas Bangladesh cannot do so vis-à-vis India. But realities do not admit of such skeptic oversimplification. With India s northeast region remaining chronically unstable, and with count ries across this region, e.g. China and Myanmar, trying to improve their relations with Bangladesh (which itself provides a commercial gateway to India s northeast region), India has to upgrade substantially its relations with Bangladesh in order to safeguard some of its vital interests. The necessity to strengthen the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) provides an additional impetus to the urgency of such upgradation. The disparity in the size and resources of India and Bangladesh are but a misleading indicator of the present importance of India-Bangladesh relations.
Category: Bangladesh

India And Bangladesh

Author : Dr. Kuldeep Singh
ISBN : UOM:39015029921429
Genre : Bangladesh
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With special reference to Farakka Barrage issue and Ganga water dispute between the two countries.
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India Bangladesh Relations

Author : Y M Bammi
ISBN : 9789382573203
Genre : Political Science
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The reality of India-Bangladesh relations as it stands today is far removed from the idealism in bilateral relations which has been cherished since the Liberation War, especially in India. This book examines the irritants between the two countries and suggests a road map for improving relations. The book covers the geography and history of Bangladesh as a backdrop. Thereafter, the strategic importance of Bangladesh to India, security perceptions of Bangladesh and a few economic aspects have been covered. A chronological review of Bangladesh’s foreign policy towards India and her relations with other countries has been carried out in a separate chapter. This is followed by a detailed examination of the irritants between the two countries. The views of a large cross-section of eminent personalities of both the countries have been included to substantiate the existing relations. In the Final Chapter, ‘The Way Ahead’, the author has suggested an action plan for the future.
Category: Political Science

Tobacco And Poverty

Author : Debra Efroymson
ISBN : LCCN:2003334506
Genre : Poor
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Contributed articles.
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Contradictory Lives

Author : Lisa I. Knight
ISBN : 9780199773541
Genre : Religion
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In this multi-sited ethnographic study, Knight explores the everyday lives of women of the Baul tradition of musical mystics in India and Bangladesh. She demonstrates that Baul women construct a meaningful life as they navigate between conflicting expectations of Bauls to be carefree and of women to be modest.
Category: Religion

War And Secession

Author : Richard Sisson
ISBN : 0520076656
Genre : History
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A decade after the 1971 wars in South Asia, the principal decisionmakers were still uncertain why wars so clearly unwanted had occurred. The authors reconstruct the complex decisionmaking process attending the break-up of Pakistan and the subsequent war between India and Pakistan. Much of their data derive from interviews conducted with principal players in each of the countries immediately involved-Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh-including Indira Gandhi and leaders of the Awami League in Bangladesh.
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Encyclopaedia Of India Pakistan And Bangladesh

Author : Om Gupta
ISBN : 8182053897
Genre : Bangladesh
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India, Pakistan and Bangladesh share a long history, an emerging cordial and a common vision for the future. This book is not India-centric but deals with various aspects of all the three sovereign nations. Reading them together will be an unprecedented experience rarely attempted before. It has rarely happened in the modern world, how these three nations who geographically one but culturally so different are chalking out an independent place in the comity of nations at times with the help of each other and at another on its own merit and inherent strength. It is not written from any biased perspective. In fact, it explains people, places and events from a neutral world view. It is ideally an international venture that would benefit historians, teachers and students in the entire sub-continent It will be interesting to compare the three countries from different parameters, thus planning a wholesome picture. The encyclopedia aims at clearing confusions and contradiction that have crept in because of certain vested interests and it should be read from a neutral benchmark. These volumes very clearly and earlier suggest, how fatal the disintegrate have proven to these nations with the fact that divided these countries have in actuality fallen. In the face of achieving the target of universal supremacy.
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No Woman S Land

Author : Ritu Menon
ISBN : UOM:39015062043412
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Never Before Has A Single Volume Featured Non-Fiction Writing By Women From Pakistan, India And Bangladesh On The Partion Of India. Here, For The First Time Are Ismat Chughtai, Sara Suleri, Anees Kidwai, Phulrenu Guha, Meghna Guha-Thakurta, Shehla Shibli, Manikuntala Sen, Kamlaben Patel And Many Others, Speaking And Writing About Communalisma Nd Literature, What They Learnt From Refugees, What Partition Means To Them 50 Years Later, And How They Define Themselves--Hindus? Muslims? Indians? Pakistanis? All Of These Or None? Either Or Neither? Not-Indian Not-Pakistani? Bangladeshi Not Pakistani? Above Al, Their Accounts Raise That Most Troubling Question: Do Women Have A Country? An Unusual Mix Of Memoirs, Interviews, Reminiscences And Reflective Essays, This Anthology Is The First Attempt To Present Women`S Voices On The Partion Of India Based On The Experience Of Three Countries.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Future Of Bangladesh India Relationship

Author : M A Awal Hossain
ISBN : OCLC:967220417
Genre : Bangladesh
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"Bangladesh-India relations were at their highest level during the period of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (during Awami League government from 1972-1974). Since then, these relations have been fluctuating for reasons like changes of governments and the political scenarios in Bangladesh as well as the non-cooperative attitude of India towards Bangladesh. However, relationships between both the countries have improved in the last 10 years (during the two regimes of Awami League government between 1996-2001 and 2009-2015) as both the Prime Ministers have visited each other's countries with the views to strengthen these relationships. Long outstanding issues like land enclaves, maritime boundaries and border demarcations have been resolved during this period through the constructive efforts by both sides. This paper critically analyzes the future relations between Bangladesh and India by examining the challenges and opportunities that will determine the course of the relationships between the two countries. It examines the past and present Bangladesh-India relationships and recommends appropriate steps to fix the unsettled issues like trade imbalance, water sharing discords of Farakka and Teesta Barrages, transit and transhipment issues for the improvement of the relationships of both the countries for the future mutual benefits. This paper will keep its scope within major unresolved issues for both the countries."--Introduction.
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Tyranny Of Partition

Author : Kathinka Sinha-Kerkhoff
ISBN : UOM:39015069126509
Genre : Bangladesh
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l. The Creation of New Nation-States in Partition 2. The Working of Mental Borders in Pakistan 3. The Working of Mental Borders in Bangladesh 4. Living with the Burden of Other People's History in Bangladesh 5. The Working of Mental Borders in India 6. Living with the Burden of Other People's History in Jharkhand 7. Challenging the Mental Borders of Partition Rhetoric in Jharkhand 8. Conclusion: Making an Event out of Partition Bibliography Index
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