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SIPAH-E-SAHABA PAKISTAN, LASHKAR-E-JHANGVI, BIN LADEN & RAMZI YOUSEF

Paper No. 484                                                     01/07/2002

by B. Raman
 

BANGLADESH’S ANTI-INDIAN GUN RUNNING AND INSURGENT HAVENS PERSIST

 

Paper 987                                                       29.04.2004

by Dr. Subhash Kapila   

Introductory Observations: India has constantly complained to Bangladesh about the anti-Indian activities that continue to be launched from its territory in the form of gun-running for India’s North East insurgents groups and insurgents havens provided to them in parts of Bangladesh. Bangladesh at the official level has constantly denied these claims. 

BANGLADESH’S ISLAMIC FUNDAMENTALISTS AND AL QAEDA PRESENCE: A Survey

 

Paper 1031                                                     18.06.2004

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

  Introductory Background:

Bangladesh’s Islamic fundamentalists activities and presence of Al Qaeda were once again brought into focus this month by two significant developments, namely:

THIRD ANNIVERSARY OF OP ENDURING FREEDOM: INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC FRONT STRIKES

 

    Paper no. 1139             08. 10. 2004

by B. Raman

ANOTHER TERRORIST ATTACK ON CHINESE ENGINEERS IN PAKISTAN

  Paper no. 1145             18. 10. 2004

by B.Raman 

BIN LADEN: THE NEMESIS AHEAD

    Paper no. 1146           18. 10. 2004

by B.Raman

MARITIME TERRORISM: AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE

 

    Paper no. 1154         29. 10. 2004

 

by B.Raman

(Text of a paper presented at an International Conference on National Security in a Changing Region organised at Singapore on October 28 and 29, 2004, by the Asia-Pacific Conferences & Events Management (APCEM) with the endorsement and support of "Defence News" )

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