Bridging The Gap: Essays on Inclusive Development and by Latha Pillai, Babu Remesh

By Latha Pillai, Babu Remesh

This e-book is a set of essays that are geared up round vast subject matters- inclusion of the excluded and schooling for the marginalized. The essays supply an exposition to the variety of inequalities and demanding situations in numerous fields of social engagement, and open up attainable methods of addressing those issues. The participants talk about inclusiveness and marginalization within the modern social contexts, their various dimensions, and interlinkages with a number of resources of social inequalities together with caste-, class-, and gender-related elements.

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Pakistan’s aims in this regard appear to include continuing to wage a low-cost war against India, using terrorists rather than military forces; to bleed the Indian Army through attrition; to project insurgency as indigenous and homegrown, an endeavor in which it has been proved wrong repeatedly, finding it difficult to sustain the terrorism within Indian borders without infusing leadership/terrorists from outside, and without leadership from across the LoC. Terrorist cadres are by and large disillusioned as are the people.

Terrorist cadres are by and large disillusioned as are the people. Pakistan continues to deny its involvement, while taking all actions to ensure that it continues to fan the flames of terrorism in India, beside spreading fundamentalism in the rest of India as well. Through the years, the Pakistani objective has remained unchanged. Over the 20 years of conflict, from 1989 to 2009, there has been a sharp decline in the levels of violence, infiltration, available terrorists, and violent incidents.

Would not such development bring about the following changes: • • • • • • Enhance the feeling of security Bring people closer to police Strengthen intelligence Prevent crimes Improve detection of crimes to a greater extent Usher in truthful policing Would we not call this the Gandhian model? Such a model would be simple, transparent, fearless, participatory, truthful, nondiscriminatory, compassionate, yet non-sparing for the saboteur. When such a model is put in place, positive developments will follow.

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