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Himalayan frontiers of India

historical, geo-political, and strategic perspectives

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        Paginationxvi, 73 p. :
        Number of Pages96
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        ISBN 10nodata
        2Routledge contemporary South Asia series -- 13
        Indias gateway to Central Asia : trans-Himalayan trade and cultural movements through Kashmir and Ladakh, 1846-1947 / K. Warikoo Great game on Kashmir frontiers / K. Warikoo Gilgit dimension of Kashmir frontier / P.N. Jalali Indias Himalayan frontier : strategic challenges and opportunities in the 21st century / Vijay Kapur Strategic dimensions of the trans-Himalayan frontiers / Afsir Karim Ceasefire line and LoC in Jammu and Kashmir : evolution of a border / Sat Paul Sahni Northern areas of Jammu and Kashmir / B. Raman Jammu and Kashmir : contours and challenges of cross border terrorism / M.M. Khajooria Tibet and the security of Indian Himalayan Belt / P. Stobdan India-Nepal open border : interlinkages, issues, and problems / B.C. Upreti Indo-Bhutan relations : strategic perspectives / Rajesh Kharat Security of northeast Himalayan frontiers : challenges and response / Bibhuti Bhushan Nandy Security of Himalayan frontiers : role of science and technology, modern air surveillance and remote sensing / Vinod Patney.

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China is still eyeing the Himalayas; India should not lose sight of the importance of Tibet

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Nag, Prithvish; Sengupta, Smita 1992. Four major strategic routes affecting Indian border security run through this part of India, mainly following river valleys. The route also providos tbe Communistsommunications link to Ladakh which could provide tbe Chinese withInformation.

The Himalayan mountain chain, whichthe boundary between the Indian subcontinent and Tibet,ignificant but by no means impenetrable barrier. Except for timber, Kashmir's resources are mainly untapped.