Low Intensity Conflicts in India: An Analysis

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SAGE, Mar 23, 2005 - Business & Economics - 513 pages
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`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.

 

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Contents

List of Figures
13
Chapter 1
19
LIC Operations in India
26
Chapter 2
35
Dogra Rule and British Influence
41
The Role of the British
48
Preceding Events
57
The Battle for Srinagar
64
Final Phase Begins
214
Chapter 10
221
Rise of Nationalism
229
Legacy of the Past
230
Immediate Causes
244
Historical Journey
257
Hopes of Peace
271
Alienation of Nagaland
290

Counter Offensive in Jammu Subdivision
69
Chapter 4
85
Chapter 5
100
Importance of Kashmir
117
The Tide Turns
133
The Aggression
148
Pakistani Defeat
155
PUNJAB
163
Sikh Power Frittered Away
170
Sikh Militarism
177
Sikh Factionalism
183
PoliticoReligious Mix
192
Operation Blue Star
200
Rise in Violence
207
Chapter 13
306
Chapter 14
322
PreIndependence Period
324
Independence
330
Operation Jericho
339
Operation Chin Hills
347
Chapter 15
354
Independence
361
Militancy Yet Again
371
Chapter 16
379
The Rise of GNLF and Aggression
386
Beginning of Armed Struggle
392
The Struggle Spreads
400
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