Uncertainty and Crisis in India, Afghanistan and Pakistan

Ali, M. M.
September 2006
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Sep/Oct2006, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p36
The article presents information on crisis faced by India, Afghanistan and Pakistan. On July 11, 2006 seven bomb blasts on five separate commuter trains killed more than 200 people and injured more than 700 in Bombay, India. The Indian government accused the banned organization Lashkar-e-Taiba, based in Pakistan, for the bombings. However, Islamabad immediately denied any role in the blasts. It is reported that Taliban has resurfaced in the southern part of Afghanistan.


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