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    Dr. Rajkumar Singh

    Dr. Rajkumar Singh is a Professor & Head of P.G. Dept. of Pol. Sc., B.N.M.U., West Campus, P.G. Centre, Saharsa-852201, Bihar (India)

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  • Nuclear doctrine: Ramifications of India’s No-first Use policy0

    by Dr. Rajkumar Singh 29 August 2019 An extraordinary situation has arisen in India -Pakistan relations since the Indian Government abrogated Article 370 and 35A of the Constitution of India. Although it has been done in the name of the development of the State of Jammu and Kashmir, it fuelled much internal and external reactions

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  • Unending journey of Kashmir solution : Musharraf and Zardari0

    Dr. Rajkumar Singh 24 August 2019 In the history of Kashmir dispute, the year 2008 is important for various reasons. It witnessed the successful assembly election in the State of Jammu and Kashmir, change of guard in Pakistan but above all – the worst terror attack on 26 November 2008 in which Mumbai , the

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  • India: In search of lasting peace with China and Pakistan0

    The Prime focus of India’s foreign policy has always been to maintain good relationship with neighbours. The issues before our policy makers are to satisfy the national needs of peace, security and development and at the same time to face the challenges posed by our neighbours like Pakistan and China. Kashmir problem and border issues

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  • Profiles of LTTE and IPKF in modern Sri Lanka0

    by Dr.Rajkumar Singh 11 August 2019 The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam was a separatist organisation, which from the beginning, waged a violent secessionist campaign and sought to create an independent Tamil state in the north and east of Sri Lanka. For its avowed purpose the LTTE had carried out civilian massacres, suicide bombings and

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  • Themes of Obama’s terror policy in Afghanistan0

    by Rajkumar Singh 25 July 2019 Keeping in view a variety of factors President Barack Obama in an interview in February 2009, admitted that the US had lost focus of its goals in Afghanistan and therefore, needed a set clear policy objectives before coming up with a plan to bring American troops home. The new

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  • President Ershad : Remembering a departed soul0

    by Dr. Rajkumar Singh 17 July 2019 Contributions of President Ershad (1930-2019) who died on 14 April are taller than his size and preservable in the history of Bangladesh. He lacked political background but seized power as head of the army during a bloodless coup against President Abdus Sattar in 24 April 1982 by imposing martial law and suspending the Constitution. He

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  • Rich cultural heritage of Sindh in Pakistan0

    by Dr. Rajkumar Singh 11 July 2019 The cultural homogeneity of Sindh that embraced both Hindu and Muslim speakers of Sindhi in the colonial period was severely disrupted by the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947. Most Hindu Sindhi speakers migrated to India, where they form a minority scattered among speakers of other languages.

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  • Phased deterioration of Kashmiriyat in Kashmir0

    by Dr. Rajkumar Singh 5 July 2019 In between the demand of Plebiscite and the doubtful political viability of an independent Jammu and Kashmir, the urge of self rule in Kashmir’s popular consciousness is remarkable. Despite the coercive and manipulative of both the Indian and Pakistani authorities, mass opinion in the valley is not only

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  • The use of religion in Indian politics0

    And the floundering pillars of secularism Rajkumar Singh 3 July 2019 On the eve of independence, India decided to establish a secular state with its own characteristics of religious tolerance, liberty and equality. Religious tolerance is a key element in the concept of Indian secularism because it has been a significant element of the country’s

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  • Fundamentals of Ethnic Politics in Modern Sri Lanka0

    by Dr. Rajkumar Singh 1 July 2019 In the initial years, fallowing the independence of Sri Lanka, it was believed that the country would soon attain political stability and the major ethnic groups would get integrated into one nation. But the chasm between the Sinhalese and the Tamil–the two major ethnic groups in Sri Lanka

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  • Religious contexts of present-day terrorism0

    by Dr. Rajkumar Singh 27 June 2019 Current day terrorism has many faces. Its objectives are multifaceted and operations multi-pronged. The entire world is its stage, which has made it a prime concern for governments and societies around the world. No community is safe from its impact. It ranges from individuals to groups to international

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  • India: Social expectations of 2019 are the real challenge: people aspire even more0

    The results of general elections of 17th Loksabha held in April-May 2019 witnessed more zeal and expectations on the part of Indian masses from the BJP and its allies(NDA) in comparison to 2014. In the last five years when Narendra Modi took over the premiership of India for the first time, there was no any

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  • India’s journey from Look East to Act East in Southeast Asia0

    India’s Look East Policy (LEP) was framed mainly in response to a unipolar world, marked by the end of the Cold War and the demise of USSR. The aim of all governments from the days of Jawaharlal Nehru has been to make India a significant world power and the Look East Policy, officially announced in

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  • India’s interests in BIMSTEC and reasons behind emphasis0

    By Raj Kumar Singh Under Modi India thinks it’s interests regionally as well as globally and this is why he had invited leaders of SAARC nations to his swearing- in ceremony when he took the oath of office on 26 May 2014, five years ago. The fact that most of the SAARC members, barring Pakistan,

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