• HISTORY OF INDIA
    HISTORY OF INDIA Historical Perspective1 Throughout known history, the tribal belt, presently configured as FATA has remained fragmented on ethno–tribal lines and independent of any external domination. Except British, all the invaders from Aryan to Ahmed Shah Durrani came to invade and occupy...
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  • Hinduism
    the empires fall. The British Period, which starts at 1757 and goes all the way to 1947, started with Robert Clive’s victory at the Battle of Plassey, which ended the Mughal Empire and the rise of British supremacy in India. Before the Indian Rebellion in 1857, India was divided into many small and...
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  • Ammar
    came about in 1954. (a) Describe the constitutional crisis of 1954–55. (b) Why did many Pakistanis migrate between 1947 and 1999? [4] [7] (c) ‘The government of Pakistan was totally successful in solving the problems of Partition during 1947 and 1948.’ Do you agree? Explain your answer. [14] 5...
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  • Karachi
    founder of Pakistan, who made the city his home after Pakistan's independence from the British Raj on 14 August 1947. Early history The area of Karachi was known to the ancient Greeks by many names: Krokola, the place where Alexander the Great camped to prepare a fleet for Babylonia after his...
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  • Critically Compare the British Rule in India to the French One in Algeria.
    the British Raj was created. This is a far more sympathetic approach to ruling over India. No longer did the British Government and the East India Trading Company underestimate the need to be culturally aware. This issue of religion and culture provides a distinction between the British methods in...
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  • History of India
    crowning of Victoria as Empress of India, the incorporation of India into the empire was complete. It was followed by India's struggle for independence, which we got in the year 1947. India Timeline Indian timeline takes us on a journey of the history of the subcontinent. Right from the ancient...
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  • Lahore
    the ages. The vibrancy of bazaars, culture, monuments and the colour of life was all snuffed out in the massive destruction during the War of Independence in 1947 and thus a new Lahore was seen as what it is today. This destruction also brought a new intolerant attitude towards our history and the...
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  • Pakistan Day
    Independence Act 1947 in which the British Indian Empire was divided into two new countries—the Dominion of India (later the Republic of India) and the Dominion of Pakistan (later the Islamic Republic of Pakistan) which included the West Pakistan (present Pakistan) and East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). In...
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  • pakistan history
    movement ultimately achieved success in 1947 with the Partition of India into largely Muslim-majority and non-Muslim majority regions. The basis of the Pakistan Movement was the Two-nation theory initiated by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and the awakening of the Muslims after the War of Independence, 1857...
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  • indian independence movement
    ] Main articles: History of the Republic of India, Partition of India, and Pakistan movement On 3 June 1947, Viscount Louis Mountbatten, the last British Governor-General of India, announced the partitioning of British India into India and Pakistan. With the speedy passage through the British...
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  • Anchoring
    .ece, Retrieved: Aug 30 2013 ^ Sarkar, Sumit (1983). Modern India, 1885–1947. Macmillan. pp. 1–4. ISBN 978-0-333-90425-1. ^ a b c d e Metcalf, B.; Metcalf, T. R. (9 October 2006). A Concise History of Modern India (2nd ed.). Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-68225-1. ^ a b Wolpert, Stanley...
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  • The Benefits of British Rule
    Brett Fields World History II Section 003 Professor Haug India was a British colony in the 18th century between 1858 and 1947, the Indian solders assisted the British to conquer India, and they were however mistreated at the hands of their colonizers and denied higher positions which they were...
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  • Independence of India
    . and in the bargain, if Partition was inevitable, the nations would have to live with the realisation and the consequences ¤ Partition of India  It was one of the worst movements of people in recent history after that of the Jews in the World War II. A nation was dismembered. On August 15, 1947...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    August 15, 1947, confronted by seemingly insurmountable problems. As many as 12 million people--Muslims leaving India for Pakistan, and Hindus and Sikhs opting to move to India from the new state of Pakistan--had been involved in the mass transfer of population between the two countries, and perhaps 2...
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  • Pakistan Notes
    1858; and other writings as Loyal Mohammedans of India; Tabyin-ul-Kalam and Khutbat-i- Ahmadiya rooted out the misunderstandings about Islamic teachings and helped create a cordial relation between the British Government and the Indian Muslims and also helped to remove the misunderstanding about...
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  • The Economic and Social Impact of Colonial Rule in India
    income and population growth would have been accelerated. There would have been a smaller drain of investible funds abroad, greater tariff protection, more state enterprise and favours to local industry, more technical training - the sort of things which happened after 1947. However, India would...
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  • Waseem
    separate state? The reasons were: • Muslim Political experience in India during 1857-1947 played vital role. • Changed political environment under the British created a new situation • Colonial Rule • New Elite with Modern Education having Conscious of Rights and Interests. • Competition with the...
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  • Delhi
    .  Colonial Shahjahanabad  Two phases mark this period, a benign 1803 onwards and an aggressive 1857 to 1947  one. British succession into Delhi became possible when the moghul monarchy began  losing control on Aurangzeb’s death, after he had depleted his army and resources in  several battles (1659 to...
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  • Kashmir Conflict
    INTRODUCTION: The Kashmir dispute is the oldest unresolved international conflict in the world today. Pakistan considers Kashmir as its core political dispute with India. So does the international community, except India. The exchange of fire between their forces across the Line of Control...
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  • India Under British Colonialism
    centuries. Then, in 1947, India declared independence and formed its own country. It's home to some of the most significant natural and man-made wonders on the planet, and thus, a powerful exotic tourism magnet. The modern open-door policies of India have put the tourist industry here on the...
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