The Line of Control: Travelling with the Indian and Pakistani Armies

In his perceptive and insightful observations, Professor Happymon Jacob of the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, gives a detailed and poignant account of civilians’ lives and the frontline soldiers guarding one of the tensest boundaries in the world, the Line of Control (LoC). Traveling with both the Pakistani and Indian armies, Jacob attempted to identify the rudimentary causes and the ins and outs behind ceasefire violations (CFVs) on both sides of the LoC. Despite the threat to his life due to such risky terrains around the ceasefire line and the intimidation of getting shot by his own army, Jacob sought to see things on the ground. Read More….

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