South Asia Terrorism Portal

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    The South Asia Terrorism Portal (SATP) is a website dedicated to providing access to data on terrorism and low intensity warfare in South Asia through an online database for research and analysis of all extremist movements in the region. SATP is a searchable and continuously updated database on available information relating to terrorism, low intensity warfare and ethnic/communal/sectarian strife in South Asia. 

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    The South Asia Terrorism Portal (SATP) database was set up to counter the progressive distortion regarding, and the international community's neglect of, the wide range of terrorists movements within South Asia, and particularly in India. To this end, SATP provides access to data and documents representing acts of terror in the following countries:

    • Afghanistan
    • Bangladesh
    • Bhutan 
    • India 
    • Maldives 
    • Nepal 
    • Pakistan 
    • Sri Lanka 

    The resource focuses on several areas of data aggregation and analysis: daily news updates on terrorism and related issues in South Asia, continuous updating of assessments, backgrounds and timelines for each of the major conflicts in the region, data sheets and statistics on important parameters relating to major conflicts, archives of research and analysis relating to conflicts and terrorism, profiles of major terrorist groups operating in the region, and aggregate documents, laws, treaties, conventions and statements connected with conflicts. 

    Since its creation in 2000, the database has grown to accommodate 82,041 pages of data and information on terrorism in South Asia. 

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