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    1) The Kashmir battle is a close-by conflict generally among India and Pakistan, having started not long after the division of india in 1947. China has on occasion recognized a minor part. India and Pakistan have fought three wars over Kashmir, including the Indo-Pakistani Wars of 1947 and 1965, and the Kargil War. The two countries have additionally been combined into a couple conflicts over control of the Siachen Glacier. As an inevitable answer for this issue was for Kashmir to have the choice of picking whether to join either India or Pakistan. Maharaja Hari Singh, the pioneer of Kashmir, was Hindu, while an extensive bit of his subjects were Muslim. When he chose not to join Pakistan and rather stayed in unbiased status this came about to a Muslim uprising upheld by Pakistan. Battling amongst Pakistan and India brought about there now being a line of control where limit settlements are found. To illuminate this issue I would choose certain perspectives and focuses from every gathering and change it to best fit the subjects. 2) Given the measure of people that live in South Asia it is little in size. According to the substance, Sub Saharan Africa is around 5 times more prominent than South Asia in spite of all that they make sense of how to have half less people living in it than South Asia. Plainly it is "stuffed" and restricted in South…

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    Story of Kashmir “The consequences of that partition have been so terrible that one is inclined to think that anything else would have been preferable.” Nehru the Prime Minister of India at the time of partition spoke about the tragedy that occurred because of the partition, including the faith of Kashmir. The partition of India and Pakistan occurred in 1947 when the British disengaged their hold over India, but India would also lose part of its land to a new country called Pakistan. Pakistan…

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    Paths To Peace Analysis

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    Kashmir: Roots of Conflict Paths to Peace Sumantra Bose Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2003, pp. 307 Kashmir: Roots of Conflict, Paths to Peace by Sumantra Bose is a well-researched and engagingly written book on the contemporary history of Kashmir. It doesn 't take a myopic view of the Kashmir conflict as a ‘territorial-dispute,’ but looks at it through a broader lens, taking into account the complexity of society and politics in the region. The book tries to shift the focus of the…

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    staple crop in Kashmir grown through out the valley of Kashmir and the staple food of the indigenous population. Yet, the state has never acquired self-sufficiency in food grains, in spite of agriculture sector continuing to be the major sector contributor to the state domestic product. However the analysis of data reveals that the dependence on agriculture as a permanent occupation is continuously declining. Agriculture continues to be a major sector but it no longer constitutes a mainstay of…

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    The Maharaja opted for a temporary accession with India and as such many cases of treasons were filed against the Shiekh Abdullah for his Quit Kashmir movement by the Govt. of India. With the help of Mahatma Gandhi & Jawaharlal Nehru, all the cases were withdrawn for which Sheikh Abdullah supported the accession of Kashmir with India. Pakistan, with the help of Qabailie Jihadies, sent its troops in 1948 to Kashmir and annexed 3/4th of its territory. Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru took the matter to…

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    Chandigarh Case Study

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    Chapter 1: 1.1. Chandigarh – The new Capital Pakistan and India became independent in August of 1947, after the division with the Punjab Province, which had as a result, India being without capital, as Lahore, the existing at that time capital, became part of Pakistan. The loss of the capital had as a consequence the immediate need of establishment of a new capital (Rüegg, 2010). In March of 1948, the government of India in collaboration with the government of Punjab decided the specific site…

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    The classroom is arranged in a developmentally appropriate manner. I did observe that there were several three years old that had recently transitioned into the classroom. As I was conducting my observation I also observed that when a conflict arose with C.P. most of the times it was not addressed by any of the staff members. Most of the time there busy trying to assist other children with challenging behaviors. • What might you be able to infer about the child’s play from what you observed?…

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    Conflict grips the World in 2014: civil war rages in Syria, ISIS ravages Iraq, and Ukraine remains a battleground. These conflicts resemble Mister Pip’s setting, 1990s New Guinea, in which rebels combat government forces, pressuring the inhabitants of Bougainville, a small village, including the widow Dolores, her daughter Matilda, and Matilda’s teacher, Mr. Watts, to make quick decisions regarding their essential values. In each of the three cases, the characters make hasty choices because they…

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    Richard Whitley Conflict

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    that are adept to identifying the interests from which each conflict situation originates are in a better position to resolve matters. However they must also realize that in many cases there is more than one underlying interest at stake (Lewicki, et al., 2011), therefore successful most customer conflict collaboration plans have the following key elements: 1) Establish rapport with the other party by looking for areas on which both parties agree. Agreement helps establish a foundation of trust…

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    Neighbourly relations can be ordered and defined in a number of ways whether it is through certain identities or virtual social rules, created, maintained and repaired by people in groups with a situation in common or a relationship to act out in their everyday lives. This essay examines the relations, conflicts and differences that come with neighbourhood life both in the Uk and other countries where contradictions and the limits between what is seen as friendly and where invasive behaviour…

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