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The meeting was attended by former ...
The meeting was attended by former J and K Governor Girish Chandra Saxena , former chiefs of R and AW chief A.S. Dulat, TV Rajeswar, Vikram Sood, , author Prem Shankar Jha, Member of Parliament H.K. Dua, security experts, Kashmiri representatives, journalists who had been covering Kashmir, and others.
The reported mass rape of over ...
The reported mass rape of over 20 women at Konan Poshpora in February 1991 was also handled in a similar evasive manner; the complaint was not investigated in a timely manner by an impartial agency and the medical evidence was dismissed without good cause; one of the victims who was nine months pregnant during the incident delivered a baby with a fractured left arm; Governor Girish Saxena who denied the incident admitted to mass rapes in the past by the Indian forces however.
" (Raman, 2002)
Proxy War in Kashmir: Jehad or State-Sponsored Terrorism
J&K Governor, Mr. Girish Chandra Saxena, recently told Prakash Nanda in an interview that, "We are considering the situation on the political, administrative and democratic fronts.
15. Prakash Nanda, "Govt Responding to new Trends in Kashmir: Saxena
" (New Delhi: The Times of India, February 3, 1999).
Raqesh Vashisth replaces Karan Singh ...
Raqesh Vashisth replaces Karan Singh Grover in 'Qubool Hai'More than 140 flights cancelled, diverted at IGI due to fogVeterinary diploma holders demand representationDoubt if Indira Gandhi, Margaret Thatcher discussed Operation Bluestar, says then RAW chief Girish Chandra Saxena
Former Research and Analysis Wing chief ...
Former Research and Analysis Wing chief Girish Saxena initiated a series of meetings with the United Kingdom's Secret Intelligence Service, commonly known as MI6, in the build-up to Operation Bluestar, highly-placed intelligence sources have told The Hindu.
Mr. Saxena, who served as chief of RAW from 1983 to 1986, and then as security advisor to Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, now lives in retirement in New Delhi.
The SAS plan, the sources said, was rejected because Mr. Saxena
was unconvinced they would work.