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CASH PRIZE COMPETITION: CLAWS - Resolving the Conflict in Kashmir

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  1. 4Aces

    4Aces Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    Article No.: 1822 Date: 24/04/2011
    CLAWS Essay Competition: Resolving the Conflict in Kashmir: New Approaches

    Centre for Land Warfare Studies
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    CENTRE FOR LAND WARFARE STUDIES (CLAWS)

    RESOLVING THE CONFLICT IN KASHMIR: NEW APPROACHES

    ESSAY COMPETITION

    1. Topic- Resolving the Conflict in Kashmir: New Approaches.

    Word limit: 4000-5000 words, Font (Arial), Font Size (12).

    2. Pl submit your entries in MS Word document to director.claws@gmail.com

    3. Last date of submitting entries is 31 Aug 2011.

    4. Cash prizes in each categories will be awarded. Best essay will be published in the CLAWS Journal: Scholar Warrior Autumn 2011 Issue.

    5. Eligibility: Competition open to Army officers upto 10 years of service and university students.

    The Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS)
     
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  2. tariqkhan18

    tariqkhan18 Major Staff Member ADMINISTRATOR

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    How much is the cash prize?
     
  3. Sid

    Sid Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    not for working professionals???
     
  4. 4Aces

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    CLAWS have updated their site, if you click on the link, it now says - Two cash prizes of Rs 7500/- and Rs 5000/
     
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    4Aces Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    I think the problem is, if the comp is open to everyone, it might be too much (too many entries), restricting it, makes it more manageable!

    Just thought I would post this to advertise it for any uni students!
     
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