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Low Intensity Conflicts in India
An Analysis



© 2005 | 513 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
`Major Chadha`s research is exhaustive, extensive and in-depth reading through this book was a learning experience' - Lt Gen (Retd) V K Sood Former Vice-Chief of Army Staff and Consulting Editor Force

`Remarkable both for its scholarly rigour and precision of research, Major Chadha`s book is innovative both in its analysis and in terms of description, nuances and prognosis' - Air Vice-Marshal (Retd) Kapil Kak

This book is the first history of Low Intensity Conflict (LIC) in India since independence. It analyzes the roots of conflict in a range of contexts. In the author's view, India's struggle for independence itself rates as the 20th century's most significant LIC. Subsequent conflicts have made India possibly the world's most complex and varied theatre of LICs.

Lt Col Vivek Chadha is presently at Army Headquarters, New Delhi.

 
Introduction
 
PART ONE: JAMMU AND KASHMIR
 
Kashmir - The Beginning
 
1947-48 Indo-Pak Conflict
 
LIC Preceding 1965 Indo-Pak War
 
The Siachen Imbroglio
 
Active Insurgency
 
Kargil
 
PART TWO: PUNJAB
 
Pre-Independence Period
 
Post-Independence Period
 
PART THREE: THE NORTH EAST
 
Assam-ULFA
 
Assam-BODO Resistance
 
Nagaland
 
Manipur
 
Mizoram
 
Tripura
 
PART FOUR: MINOR CONFLICTS
 
Gorkhaland Movement
 
Naxalite Movements
 
Conclusion

`Major Chadha`s research is exhaustive, extensive and in-depth reading through this book was a learning experience' - Lt Gen (Retd) V K Sood

`Remarkable both for its scholarly rigour and precision of research, Major Chadha`s book is innovative both in its analysis and in terms of description, nuances and prognosis' - Air Vice-Marshal (Retd) Kapil Kak

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ISBN: 9780761933250
£19.99