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South Asia Conflict Report: May 2012

Published: June 13, 2012

Afghanistan and Pakistan continued to be the flashpoints of violence and terrorism in the month of May. In India, some low intensity attacks by the Maoists were reported from Jharkhand and few incidents of clashes between.. More>>

South Asia Conflict Report: December 2011

Published: January 13, 2012

As many as 1,308 people were killed and 1,127 others injured in South Asia in various incidents of terrorism, insurgency, military operations and clashes between the security forces and militants. Overall casualties increased..
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South Asia Conflict Report: September 2011

Published: October 19, 2011

As many as 1,308 people were killed and 1,127 others injured in South Asia in various incidents of terrorism, insurgency, military operations and clashes between the security forces and militants. Overall casualties increased..
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South Asia Conflict Report: August 2011

Published: September 21, 2011

The overall conflict-related casualties decreased by about 25 percent in the month of August as compared to those in previous month. As many as 1,232 people lost their lives while 1,040 others were injured in different incidents of terrorism, insurgency and security...
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South Asia Conflict Report: July 2011

Published: August 26, 2011

Security landscape of South Asia was characterized by an increased number of conflict-related casualties in the month of July. As many as 1,731 were killed and another 1,269 injured across the region which depicts an over 30 percent increase in overall casualties as compared...
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South Asia Conflict Report: June 2011

Published: August 18, 2011

The incidents of violence and terrorism killed 1,196 people and injured 1,070 others in South Asia during the month of June this year; an over 20 percent decrease in the overall casualties mainly due to decrease in the number of militancy-related casualties in Afghanistan and...
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South Asia Conflict Report: May 2011

Published: June 11, 2011

South Asia security landscape was marred with mounting militant attacks in Pakistan especially reprisal attacks launched by Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTTP) and other pro-al-Qaeda militant groups, in the aftermath of Osama Bin Laden’s assassination. In the back drop of...
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South Asia Conflict Report: April 2011

Published: May 12, 2011

The overall security situation across the region of South Asia was volatile amid mounting militant/terrorist assails—including suicide attacks, armed political clashes, ethno-separatist violence and violent tribal feuds. The uptick of violence left as many as 1336 people ...
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South Asia Conflict Report: March 2011

Published: April 25, 2011

South Asian security landscape showed mixed trends of peace and volatility, with an increase of 135 % in overall casualty rate compared to the previous month. This month at least at least 1038 people were killed and 1071 others were injured, in various incidents of ...
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South Asia Conflict Report: February 2011

Published: March 17, 2011

The security landscape of South Asian region more or less remained the same with slight variations in security features of Pakistan, Afghanistan and India. Notwithstanding a decrease of 11 percent in the casualty figure the overall security situation was volatile. This decrease in...
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South Asia Conflict Report: January 2011

Published: February 22, 2011

South Asian security landscape showed mixed trends of peace and volatility, with slight variations. In various incidents of Islamist militancy, insurgencies and ethno-political violence across the region at least 1013 people were killed and 772 others were injured, registering ..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: December 2010

Published: January 20, 2011

As the year drew to a close the overall security landscape of South Asia witnessed a slight decrease in the overall casualty figure. However the overall security features more or less remained the same. Pakistan witnessed the highest number of casualties i.e. 618 killings ..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: November 2010

Published: December 10, 2010

In various reported incidents of insurgency, militancy, public agitation and military operations across South Asia, as many as 1319 people were killed and 1111 others were wounded. Pakistan’s security landscape was punctuated by Islamist militancy, nationalist..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: October 2010

Published: November 08, 2010

During the month of October 2010, Pakistan stood to be the most volatile country in the South Asian region, where Taliban militancy, nationalist insurgency and ethno-political violence coupled with sectarianism claimed 667 lives and caused 643 injuries. Militancy related ..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: September 2010

Published: October 11, 2010

In various reported incidents of militancy, public agitation and military operations across South Asia, 1326 people were killed and 1365 others were injured. Pakistan was the worst-hit country by terrorism, nationalist insurgency, ethno-political and sectarian violence..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: August 2010

Published: September 07, 2010

Various incidents of militancy, political violence, and insurgency across South Asia killed 1877 and wounded 1878 others. Pakistan was the worst-hit country by a resurgent wave of terror and ethno political violence --especially in its lawless tribal region, Karachi and..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: July 2010

Published: August 10, 2010

Various incidents of militancy, political violence, and insurgency across South Asia killed 1877 and wounded 1878 others. Pakistan was the worst-hit country by a resurgent wave of terror and ethno political violence --especially in its lawless tribal region, Karachi and..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: June 2010

Published: July 07, 2010

In various incidents of militancy, ethno-political violence, political instability and insurgency across South Asia 2022 people were killed and 1422 others were injured. Pakistan was the worst-hit by militancy, which claimed 925 lives and caused 772 injuries. Afghanistan..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: May 2010

Published: June 10, 2010

The fourth annual Global Peace Index, compiled by Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), categorized South Asia as the most volatile region in the world.[1] Sharp increase in armed conflicts, militancy-related incidents and resulting misery in form of..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: April 2010

Published: May 07, 2010

Various incidents of political violence, terrorism and insurgency across South Asia claimed 1636 people and 1546 others were injured during the reporting month. Pakistan was the worst-hit by the wave of terror where 1020 people got killed and 1062 were injured ..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: March 2010

Published: April 15, 2010

In March 1561 people were killed and 1494 others were injured across South Asia in various reported incidents of terrorism, insurgency and extremism. Pakistan remained the most volatile country with highest casualty figure of 2077--including 1002 killings and 1075 ..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: February 2010

Published: March 09, 2010

In February 1228 people were killed and 1388 were injured in various incidents of violence, terrorism and insurgency in the subject countries of South Asia. The security situation of Pakistan remained volatile where 692 people killed and 912 others injured in different ..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: Januray 2010

Published: February 08, 2010

In the reporting month South Asia witnessed 1685 casualties including 848 killings and 1685 injuries. The number of casualties in Pakistan showed a downward trend as compared to last few months. In the previous months, Pakistan was at the top but this month..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: December 2009

Published: Januray 13, 2010

The month of December witnessed as many as the 3258 casualties including 1550 deaths and 1708 injuries. The death casualties remained almost the same as the last month but the number of injuries is higher in this month. Pakistan and Afghanistan remained most..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: November 2009

Published: December 8, 2009

The data below depicts that in the month of November, the number of casualties in South Asia has gone down as compared to the last month. Nearly 1541 people were killed and 1391 others were injured across South Asia in various incidents of violence, terrorism and..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: October 2009

Published: November 10, 2009

In the month of October, the number of casualties in South Asia was higher as compared to last six months. As many as 2532 people were killed and 1629 others were injured in South Asia in different incidents of violence and military operations. The highest casualties..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: September 2009

Published: October 9, 2009

During the reporting month, at least one thousand eight hundred and eighteen (1818) people were killed and one thousand five hundred and two (1502) people were injured in South Asia in incidents of conflict, violence, terrorism and military operations. Pakistan remained at the..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: August 2009

Published: September 14, 2009

At least one thousand nine hundred and thirty two (1,932) people were killed and one thousand five hundred and sixty two (1,562) others were injured in South Asia in August 2009. Pakistan is at the peak as military operation in Malakand and tribal areas is underway ..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: July 2009

Published: August 10, 2009

At least one thousand eight hundred and seventy four (1,874) people were killed and one thousand three hundred and fourteen (1,314) others were injured in South Asia in July 2009. Pakistan topped the list in terms of casualties as military operation in Malakand Division ..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: June 2009

Published: July 15, 2009

In the month of June, at least two thousand four hundred and ninety seven (2497) people were killed and two thousand four hundred and eighty four (2484) were injured in South Asia. Pakistan was on peak in terms of casualties as military operation in Malakand Division and ..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: May 2009

Published: June 15, 2009

In the month of May, at least fifteen thousand one hundred and nine people (15109) were killed and seven thousand nine hundred twenty five (7925) others injured in South Asia. Sri Lank was on the top in terms of casualties as insurgency has been completely wiped out from the..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: April 2009

Published: May 8, 2009

In the month of April, at least 1973 people were killed while 1724 others injured in South Asia. Pakistan remained at the top in terms of highest number of casualties followed by Sri Lanka and then Afghanistan..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: March 2009

Published: April 10, 2009

In the month of March, 3011 casualties – 1577 killings and 1434 injuries – were reported from South Asia. Pakistan remained at the top followed by Sri Lanka and then Afghanistan In total, 536 casualties – 358 killings and 178 injuries – were reported by Pajhwok from..............
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South Asia Conflict Report: February 2009

Published: March 26, 2009

In the month of February 1,786 killings and 1,758 injuries were reported from South Asia in terrorism and violence related incidents. Pakistan remained at the top followed by Sri Lanka and then Afghanistan.............
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South Asia Conflict Report: January 2009

Published: February 9, 2009

In the month of January, 2817 casualties – 1368 killings and 1449 injuries – were reported from South Asia. Pakistan remained at the top followed by Sri Lanka and then Afghanistan. Exchange of bitter statements between India and Pakistan beginning with the Mumbai.............
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South Asia Conflict Report: December 2008

Published: January 22, 2009

In the month of December, 3010 casualties – 1410 killings and 1600 injuries – were reported from South Asia (India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Indian occupied Kashmir). Pakistan remained at the top closely followed ............
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South Asia Conflict Report: November 2008

Published: December 12, 2008

There was no let up in bloodshed in the South Asian region during the month. 3994 casualties were reported. 2182 people lost their lives in political, communal and terrorism-related violence. 1812 others were injured............
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South Asia Conflict Report: October 2008

Published: November 10, 2008

As many as 3,658 casualties took place in South Asia during October; 1,706 people were killed and 1,952 injured. Pakistan remained at the top followed by Sri Lanka............
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South Asia Conflict Report: Aug-Sep 2008

Published: October 20, 2008

(August)As many as 6,789 casualties (2,773 killings and 4,016 injuries) took place in South Asia in August this year. Pakistan remained at the top followed by Sri Lanka............
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South Asia Conflict Report: July 2008

Published: August 10, 2008

The outcome of the 15th SAARC Summit held in Colombo on August 2-3 is a sufficient evidence that South Asian leadership faces a mega challenge of taking the region along the road to peace and prosperity. The Summit was the most significant event of the month in the region............
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South Asia Conflict Report: June 2008

Published: July 4, 2008

War in Afghanistan, civil war in Sri Lanka, freedom-struggle in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir, militancy and terrorism in Pakistan, India and Nepal led to 3516 causalities – 1584 killings and 1932 injuries – in south Asia. The casualty figures are much higher............
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South Asia Conflict Report: May 2008

Published: June 12, 2008

The month of May again remained a bloody one. Two thousand three hundred and seventy-four (2374) casualties were reported during the month in South Asia. One thousand one hundred and sixty-one (1161) people died and one thousand two hundred and thirteen were............
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South Asia Conflict Report: April 2008

Published: May 27, 2008

In April, South Asia, as a whole, became more violent than in the previous month. More than 3,480 casualties were reported in Sri Lanka, Nepal, India, Indian occupied Kashmir, Afghanistan and Pakistan. One thousand three hundred and forty (1,340) people lost their lives............
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South Asia Conflict Report: March 2008

Published: May 23, 2008

In April, South Asia, as a whole, became more violent than in the previous month. More than 3,480 casualties were reported in Sri Lanka, Nepal, India, Indian occupied Kashmir, Afghanistan and Pakistan. One thousand three hundred and forty (1,340) people lost their lives............
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South Asia Conflict Report: May 2007

Published: June 11, 2007

(Afghanistan: After Mullah Dadullah) Two significant statements issued after the killing of Taliban Commander Mullah Dadullah can help to portray the status of Afghan conflict in May 2007. One issued by Taliban supreme Commander Mullah Omar at the midst of month............
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South Asia Conflict Report: March 2007

Published: April 8, 2007

After a bloody start of year 2007 in Indian state Assam that claimed at least 147 people in January, Indian government was capable enough to deal with ULFA insurgency in a political way. February went comparatively peaceful in the eastern states but after ULFA............
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South Asia Conflict Report: February 2007

Published: March 10, 2007

Indian Government remained successful this month in dealing with United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA), an insurgent group in Assam. Outlawed ULFA itself offered Government for resuming the suspended peace talks. Due to some prominent political and strategic............
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South Asia Conflict Report: January 2007

Published: February 13, 2007

Security situation in Eastern states of India is getting worst as compared to Kashmir. The number of daily militancy-related killings in Indian-held Kashmir has fallen by 70 percent -- from 10 to 3 in a month. Around 20 causalities are reported in January resulted by the terrorist............
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