Anand Kumar

Anand Kumar is Associate Fellow at Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses. Click here for detailed profile

Illegal Bangladeshi Migration to India: Impact on Internal Security

May 7, 2010
Event: 
Fellows' Seminar

Chairperson: Shri Ajit K Doval
External Discussants: E N Ram Mohan and J N Roy
Internal Discussants: Brig(retd.) Ramel Dahiya and Dr. Smruti S Pattanaik

Chinese Puzzle in India-Bangladesh Relations

April 19, 2010

If the growth of Islamic extremism and terrorism in Bangladesh is a threat to Indian security, then the presence of China with which India’s interests have the potential to clash is also of security concern.

A Year of Multi-Party Democracy in Maldives

April 6, 2010

The Maldives is well on the road towards a genuine democracy and the years to come will show how it manages modernisation, liberal democracy and Islam all together.

Another Pakistan-based Terror Group Exposed in Bangladesh

March 4, 2010

The latest arrests underline the lack of cooperation among security agencies in South Asia and the support base that exists in Bangladesh for terrorist groups.

The Law Catches Up With Mujib Killers in Bangladesh

February 1, 2010

The punishment of Mujib’s killers will hopefully now delegitimize this process and strengthen democracy in Bangladesh.

A Year of Revival of Democracy in Bangladesh

January 29, 2010

To the credit of Shaikh Hasina she managed the foreign policy of Bangladesh as well as macro economic situation of the country well.

The Cautious Handling of Secularism in Bangladesh

January 19, 2010

The landslide victory of Awami League in Bangladesh elections created hope of revival of the 1972 constitution of which secularism was an important element. The government of Shaikh Hasina is trying to deal with this issue in a cautious manner.

US War on Terror and Indian Security Interests

December 11, 2009

The most dangerous aspect of the war on terror from India’s security point of view has been the CIA’s monetary assistance to the ISI.

Bangladesh Cooperates on Terror: Can India translate it into Success?

December 11, 2009

It is true that any negotiation with the outfit in the absence of Paresh Barua is going to meet only with partial success, but if the government manages to mainstream Arabinda Rajkhowa, the support base of ULFA would further erode.

Another 26 / 11 Averted in Bangladesh

November 27, 2009

The coming to power of Sheikh Hasina and General Moeen’s determined efforts to transform the army into a fully professional force have weakened elements that support terrorism in Bangladesh.

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