Kashmir Problem And Responsibilty Of Pakistan Essays and Term Papers

  • Pak-India Dialogue: Single-Point-Agenda: Kashmir

    PAK-INDIA Dialogue: Single-Point-Agenda: KASHMIR By Atiq Durrani KASHMIR Conflict: One of the oldest unresolved problem pending in the United Nations dates back to 1947. According to the resolution adopted by UNCIP (United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan) on 13 August 1948, the question of the...

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  • Kashmir Problem

    Kashmir problem - Islamic Republic of Pakistan v/s Secular Republic of India Kashmir problem is with the world since 1947, the year of the partition of India.  Indian part of the Kashmir is about 45 percent of the original Kingdom of the Jammu and Kashmir, about 35 percent is now in Pakistan, and China...

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  • Kashmir Issue

    The so-called Kashmir problem came into being almost with the independence of the country. Through 50 years have passed, the problem still remain unsolved. Kashmir still remains the most important source of friction between India and Pakistan. The British withdrew from India on 15th august, 1947. The...

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  • Kashmir Issue

    Kashmir Issue Outline: The Kashmir dispute is there from the independence of India and Pakistan and after various confrontations during wars the problem still persists where the United Nations and other super powers have been unable to resolve. The relations between India and Pakistan are solely...

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  • I.T Related Issues

    Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari will sit down to lunch with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in New Delhi on Sunday in the highest-level meeting on each other's soil in seven years as the nuclear-armed foes seek to normalise relations, reports Reuters. Relations have warmed since Pakistan...

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  • Kashmir Conflict

    Mythology (of Kashmir): According to Hindu mythology, the valley of Kashmir was formerly a lake. *The lake was drained by the saptarishi or sage, Kashyapa, son of Marichi, son of Brahma, by cutting the gap in the hills at Baramulla (Varaha-mula)* Reasons for the dispute: The problem of Kashmir remains...

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  • What Should Be Done About the Issue of Kashmir

    The issue of Kashmir has been the center of many debates and has even at times led to war between the three countries Pakistan, India and China who each occupy territory in Kashmir. In the Partition of India and Pakistan Kashmir with a Muslim majority was immediately occupied by India and ever since...

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  • Pakistan's Chance of Collapsing (Term Paper) - Spse

    Languages and Mathematics 6th September 2012      From the past, societal collapse has happened for many reasons such as failing to anticipate a problem before it happens, conflict of interest, and so on. Jared Diamond’s theory indicates five factors that lead to societal collapse. These factors can...

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  • Kashmir

    Table of Contents CHAPTER 1 2 INTRODUCTION 2 1.1 Background to the Problem 2 1.1.2 Conflict Chronology 3 1.2 Problem Statement 5 1.3 Objectives of the Study 6 1.4 Research Questions 6 1.5 Hypothesis 6 1.6 Justification of the Study 7 1.7 Delimitations 7 1.8 Limitations 7 1.9 Organisation...

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  • The Conflict of Kashmir

    It is well - known that the State of Kashmir has always been a bone of contention, a perennial problem ever since India and Pakistan achieved their independence. The issue of Kashmir is one of the major problems which has stymied the world for so long, eventuating in horrendous loss of life and negative...

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  • Initial Problems of Pakistan

      INITIAL PROBLEMS FACED AFTER THE CREATION OF PAKISTAN INTRODUCTION: Pakistan came into existence on 14th august 1947. Soon after its establishmentPakistan faced number of problems. Most of the problems of Pakistan were related withPakistan dispute with India, such as the accession of the princely...

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  • Kasmiri Nationalism

    religions, resulting in the conceptualization of a unique Kashmiri nationalist identity. The Kashmiriayat nationalism beliefs the all the people in Kashmir Hindus, Musliকককms, Buddhists how sere common culture and values are Kashmiri. In order to expand the membership of the Muslim Conference and turn...

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  • Conflict resolutino and conflict transformation in practice - With the case study of Kashmir

    Conflict Resolution and Conflict Transformation in practice - With the Case Study of Kashmir ⁃ 16 Table of Contents Page number I. II. III. Introduction ...

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  • 3rd June Plan

    join Pakistan and east Punjab and west Bengal to India. Legislative assembly decided to join the constituent assembly of Pakistan. There were 289,244 votes for Pakistan against 2874 for India. 51% of the total electorates were in favour of Pakistan. ...

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  • Kashmir ; a Lost Paradise

    Kashmir — a beautiful mountain state with clear rivers, evergreen forests and one of the highest death rates in the world. It is at the center of an age-old dispute between Pakistan and India that has dragged on from the independence of both nations over fifty years ago to the present time, with no resolution...

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  • Kashmir politics and regional stability

    Research On Kashmir politics and regional stability Submitted To: Ehsanul Haque Professor Dept. of International Relations University of Dhaka Submitted By: Kaniz Fatema Roll: KM-66 4th Year,...

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  • Kashmir

    For centuries, poets and travellers called Kashmir a paradise on Earth. But the paradise has become a tragic problem - a problem so complex that two countries have fought three wars over it in 50 years. Nothing divides India and Pakistan as Kashmir does, and nobody has suffered more in...

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  • Diplomacy

    Last week some Kashmir newspapers reported with approval some remarks that India’s Home Minister, P. Chidambaram had made in Srinagar. The Indian minister disclosed that secret negotiations were going on between India and Pakistan on Kashmir. He also said: "We are working on a solution...

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  • Terrorism

    CROSS-BORDER TERRORISM IN KASHMIR AND COUNTER TERRORISM STRATEGY Dr.ABHAYA KUMAR SINGH Reader Dept. of Defence & Strategic Studies K. S. Saket Post Graduate College, (Dr. R. M.L. Awadh University) AYODDHYA, FAIZABAD. Concept of Terrorism: Terrorism is an age old...

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  • What Were the Problems Facing a Newly Independent India After the Partition of 1947? How Were They Handled? Were They Successful?

    from its 350 year of British ruling. After India’s freedom was granted it was divided into two states which were Dominion of Pakistan later known as Islamic republic of Pakistan and Union of India later known as Republic of India. Right after the partition of 1947, it declared that it was leader or King...

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