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Old January 5th, 2004, 12:13 AM
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Question Why sudden love for India from Its neighbours ?

yesterday it was bhutan, today it is myanmar/burma and next signals are from Bangladesh .
Why such a sudden love has developed from our neighbours ?
Will pakistan follow the trend ?

Screws tighten on Indian rebels

Rebel groups in north-east India have come under further pressure from Burma and Bangladesh following a successful offensive against them in Bhutan.
Indian instructors are training the Burmese army and say joint operations along their border could follow.

Meanwhile, Bangladeshi soldiers on Friday arrested six suspected Indian rebels in a raid on a border village.

Last month around 6,000 Bhutanese soldiers moved in to destroy up to 30 camps held by Indian rebels.


India announced on Friday it might launch joint military operations with Burma, also known as Myanmar, against rebels based in Burmese territory.


Indian Chief of Staff General NC Vij said: "Army-to-army relations between India and Myanmar have been very good and we have been helping them."

Dhaka's denial

The general was speaking on a tour of the state of Assam following Bhutan's offensive against Assamese rebels in its territory.

General Vij said the routed rebels would naturally try to regroup in Burma and Bangladesh.


General Vij [centre] says rebels are now using Bangladesh

Burma has aided the Indian military against the rebels at least three times in the past 10 years.

The rebels, from a range of ethnic groups and north-eastern Indian states, are fighting for autonomy or independence from India.


General Vij said the presence of militants was higher in Bangladesh than Burma.

Dhaka has repeatedly denied rebels use its territory as a base for attacks on India.

However, it announced on Friday that Bangladeshi border guards had arrested six Indian nationals, suspected to be members of an insurgent group, in a raid on a village in the north-eastern district of Habiganj.

The six men, thought to be from the National Liberation Front of Tripura, were found with arms and ammunition.


Indian forces are training Burmese in border operations

The group is one of a dozen militant organisations seeking independence for the Indian state of Tripura.

Bangladeshi junior home minister Lutfozzaman Babar said the latest operation was part of the government's continuing efforts to make sure no militant groups could operate inside the country.

Mr Babar denied the operation was a response to an Indian request for action.

Bhutan's crackdown on militants began on 15 December.

General Vij said about 650 militants were either killed or captured during operations on either side of the India-Bhutan border.

Bhutan says its forces destroyed all 30 camps run by the militants.

But General Vij said rebels still controlled two bases and fighting was continuing there.

More than 10,000 people have died in separatist violence in Assam since the 1980s.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/3363735.stm

Fighting is on along the mountainous border that separates India's Nagaland state from Myanmar's northern Sagaing region, an area where dozens of separatist groups fighting against New Delhi or Yangon have been active for nearly 40 years.

"Myanmarese soldiers have attacked several of our camps although we managed to repulse the offensive in many areas," an NSCN (Khaplang) spokesman told journalists on telephone from an undisclosed location.

"The Myanmarese forces are advancing towards our headquarters where our leader S.S. Khaplang is currently based."

Indian Army chief Gen. N.C. Vij Friday said India was training troops in Myanmar for a possible joint operation against separatist bases
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Old January 5th, 2004, 10:03 AM
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Maybe Beggardesh (Bangladesh) and others to the North East realise that terrorism and insurgency will further push them into a medieval age and hence they might be wanting to improve.

All said and done, our neighbours surely envy our growing economy and the progress we are making in almost all fields.
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Exclamation pakistan is following the trend !

Analysts say the decision by President Pervez Musharraf and Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee to start talks next month is a step forward towards resolving long-standing differences.

Indian police fighting separatists in Jammu last week
"I think this time both the leaders mean business," Delhi-based analyst Prem Shankar Jha told BBC News Online.

"There is an awareness that time is slipping by and the changed world situation makes the cost of bickering between the subcontinental neighbours very high."

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read in some news paper that , india & pakistan will recognise LOC and as permanent settlement/solutions for kashmir issue.
And this was suggestion from Big Brother USA, India & pak almost agreed.
so ..where are all those creative solutions of kashmir issue ?
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For Bangladesh,it's 'paisa boley chey'.
Harbouring terrorists brought moolah from pakistan, and also the Gulf states.
Now, because of the Yankees .they are all on the run.So,'cooperate with the Indians.
The others are too weak to face the repurcussions of 'tackling' the 'camps' in their territories. So,they could never take on the terrorists without full fledged backing of India. Now that we are developing more economic muscle,we too are in a position to extend the relevant support.
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