Includes tributes to the author.
|Statement||Darshan Singh "Canadian" ; edited by Satyapal Dang.|
|Contributions||Dang, Satyapal, 1920-|
|LC Classifications||DS485.P2 D354 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 110 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||87901321|
Terrorism in Punjab: Cause and Cure. Hans Raj Khanna. Panchnad Research Institute, - Terrorism - pages. 0 Reviews. Papers presented at a seminar organized by the Panchnad Research Institute, Chandigarh, and held at Delhi, From inside the book. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dang, Satyapal, Terrorism in Punjab. New Delhi: Gyan Pub. House, (OCoLC) Document Type. This Book Brings Together All Aspects Of The Problem In Its National And International Dimensions, A Brilliant Analysis Of Why It Happened And Provides An Answer To What Must Be Done To Overcome The Menace Of Terrorism And Secessionism To Preserve The Unity And Integrity Of Our Country., About The Author: Born On October 4, , Satya Pal Dang . The book discusses terrorism and the way it is currently affecting Pakistan. The writer has argued that along with external elements, the problem of terrorism and extremism is .
that the terrorist “industry,” exploding with specialists, expert studies and textbooks, does not include closure. I engaged with fellow specialists on a two-year book project, published by the U.S. Institute for Peace in , which produced fourteen case studies on terrorism and counterterrorism in democracies. 53 rows President's rule is imposed by the Government India in an attempt to bring order in . And that is largely because of the leadership role played by this tall and imposing batch Indian Police Service officer of the Assam cadre in eliminating Khalistani terrorism in Punjab. A controversy has again erupted over freedom fighter Bhagat Singh and .
Mujahid Hussain’s book tells us how holy warriors using terrorism as their modus operandi have spread out from Punjab to new centres of turmoil in Pakistan’s intra-state conflict. The most significant section of the book relates to South Punjab and the rise there of the mother of all terrorists Sipah-e-Sahaba and its various spawn pledged. Terrorists belonging to Ahl-e-Sunnat Sect (Involved in religious terrorism) Part-III Terrorists belonging to Ahl-e-Tashee Sect (Involved in religious terrorism) Source: Counter Terrorism Department (CTD), Punjab. One of the states most affected by terrorism was Punjab, which was torn apart by acts of violence during the s, while its people were caught in the crossfire between the threats of the terrorists and the Indian government's attempts to combat them/5(8). The success of Operation Black Thunder, on the other hand, was a turning point in the battle against terrorism. Centred around a gripping account of Operation Black Thunder, by one who initiated it and was intimately involved in executing it, this absorbing book analyses the factors responsible for the rise and growth of terrorism in Punjab, including the role of Pakistan in Cited by: 8.