Title      : MA POLITICAL SCIENCE (FINAL) B-4
Subject      : Political Science
copyright © 2019   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 6/70
Total Price      : Rs.      : 30
 
 
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INDIA AND BANGLADESH Total views (6)  
India and Bangladesh are not just neighbours. they have manysoco historical reasonsfor inveitable intimate relations among them. India plated a Vital role in the emergence of Bangladesh as an Independent state
Pages: 11
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TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP 1972 Total views (2)  
The whole hearted support of India was sole factor behind the quick solution of bangla problem. India has maintained cordial relations with neighbouring countries
Pages: 12
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AREA OF CO-OPERATION AND AGREEMENT OF WATER SHARING Total views (1)  
The Ganges Treaty3 between India and Bangladesh is an agreement to share surface waters at the Farakka Barrage near their mutual border. But the treaty, which was signed in 1996, divides water flow without sharing the value and uses of the river between the two countries.
Pages: 12
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FARRAKHA BARRAGE DISPUTES AND TRENDS Total views (3)  
The barrage was constructed by Hindustan Construction Company. Out of 109 gates, 108 are over the river and the 109th one over the low-lying land in Malda, as a precaution. The Barrage serves water to the Farakka Super Thermal Power Station
Pages: 20
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INDIA AND SRI LANKA COMMON LINKS AND CONFLICTING APPROACHES Total views (1)  
Relation between India and Srilanka are based on historical,racial and cultural foundations Both were the colonies of britain and won independence in 1947.
Pages: 9
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ETHNIC PROBLEMS Total views (3)  
Sri Lanka has been mired in ethnic conflict since the country, formerly known as Ceylon, became independent from British rule in 1948
Pages: 6
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