People-to-people contact in South Asia
Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2000 - Business & Economics - 143 pages
`Good Fences Make Good Neighbours`, Wrote Robert Frost Some Sixty Years Ago. The Trouble In South Asia Is That The Fences Are Overtly Strong, And Yet They Do Not Help Good Neighbourliness. This Has Been A Major Concern At The Rcss. Four Distinguished Experts, One Each From Bangladesh, India, Pakistan And Sri Lanka Have Separate Chapters Examining A Particular Facet Reflecting The Respective Perspectives. Slightly Different From Each Other Yet Comprising A Comprehensive Whole.
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Agreement Asian Bangladesh Bhutan bilateral border business travel businessmen Chambers of Commerce citizens civil society Colombo Commerce and Industry constraints Contact in South Contracting Parties Cooperation in South cultural Delhi Dhaka diplomatic educational exchange facilitate facilities FATHULLA JAMEEL FCCISL FICCI Heads of National High Commission Hindu Hindutva immigration implementation Imtiaz Ahmed India and Pakistan initiatives institutions Islamabad Islamic journalists Karachi Kathmandu Lahore Maldives ment Ministry of Interior movement Muslim nation-state national identity Nepal non-governmental Non-Official Dialogues obtain a visa official organisations Pakistan and India particular passport perceptions persons political popular interactions procedures programmes promoting people-to-people contact reciprocal regional cooperation relations Republic of India respective restrictions SAARC Chamber SAARC countries SAARC member SAARC Secretariat SCCI sector Sinhalese South Asia Sri Lanka stay Studies Summit tourism trade visa application form Visa Exemption Scheme visa issuing authority visa system visa to travel