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Did India plan to reconfigure the Line of Control in Kashmir through ‘Operation Kabaddi’ in 2001?
The idea was to permanently capture areas across the LoC, but 9/11 intervened, says Happymon Jacob in his book ‘Line On Fire’.
· Feb 18, 2019 · 08:00 am
What an Indian professor learned about the Line of Control by travelling with the Pakistani army
Happymon Jacob traveled with the Pakistani and Indian armies on both sides of the Line of Control for his new book.
· Jan 03, 2019 · 05:30 pm