Islamic Terrorism in South Asia and India’s Strategic Response

Ajit Doval, KC - Former Director, VIF

This article discusses a new convergence developing among Jihadi groups in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh and the security implications of this for both the Indian subcontinent and the world at large.

The world is nowhere near conta

Terrorism, National Security and Strategic Studies, Neighbourhood Studies, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Pakistan

Why India must push for better ties with Bangladesh?

Amb Satish Chandra, Member of Executive Committee and Advisory Council, VIF

Sheikh Hasina's four day state visit to India from January 10-13 has set the seal on the process of an upgradation of India-Bangladesh ties.

The single major impediment to warm and friendly relations between the two countries, following Sh

Neighbourhood Studies, Bangladesh

Bangladeshi infiltration is the biggest threat

Ajit Doval, KC - Former Director, VIF

He belongs to the 1968 batch of the Kerala cadre and retired as chief of the Intelligence Bureau in January 2005.

Mr. Doval, who belongs to Garhwal, has outstanding credentials as an operations man. He made his name as a field operative in

Ilegal Immigration, Neighbourhood Studies, Bangladesh, National Security and Strategic Studies