Kashmir Problem And Responsibilty Of Pakistan Essays and Term Papers

  • Kashmir Problem

    erstwhile British Empire of India was split into West Paksitan, India and East Pakistan. There were around five hundred princely states in India that were given the choice of joining the Paksitani union or the Indian union. Kashmir was ruled by a Hindu King of the dogra dynasty, and was given a choice to...

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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 Problem

    Kasmir Issue In: Historical Events Kasmir Issue Kashmir Issue: Causes and Effects Sana Iqbal December 5, 2010 Outline 1. Introduction 2. History 3. Causes of the Conflict 4. Beginning of the Confrontation 5. Conclusion Introduction Ever since territorial changes have taken place...

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  • Issue of Kashmir and Role of Pakistan

    inter-dependant. Pakistan’s life-blood – water – passes through Kashmir. Kashmir’s life force – its commerce, its people’s very livelihood, its cultural heritage – all lay through its contacts with what is now Pakistan. Both Kashmir and Pakistan have suffered all these years because of artificial man-made...

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  • Kashmir Conflict - India & Pakistan

    ------------------------------------------------- Kashmir conflict The disputed areas of the region of Kashmir. India claims the entire erstwhile princely state of Jammu and Kashmir based on an instrument of accession signed in 1947. Pakistan claims all areas of the erstwhile state...

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  • Kashmir Conflict (India and Pakistan)

    November 2012 Kashmir Conflict (India and Pakistan) The Kashmir conflict between India and Pakistan dates back to the independence of both countries in 1947. The territory of Kashmir was at the time mostly Muslim but with a Hindu ruler, and it was unclear whether Kashmir would join with Pakistan or India...

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  • Pakistan Problems

     Agricultural problems in Pakistan and their solutions IMPORTANCE: Economy of every state depends upon 3 sectors i.e. agriculture, industry and commerce. These three are interconnected with each other as the progress or retrogress of one sector effects the other two. Pakistan is an agricultural...

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  • Problems of Pakistan

    PROBLEMS OF PAKISTAN AND THEIR SOLUTIONS OUTLINE: 1.INTRODUCTION 2.PROBLEMS OF PAKISTANS A. INNER PROBLEMS a.TERRORISM b.SECTERIAN VIOLANCE c.ENERGY CRISIS d.POOR RULE OF LAW e.ECONOMIC MELTDOWN f.CORRUPTION g.POLITICAL DESTABILITY h.FLOODS i.INJUSTICE j.LACK OF NATIONAL INTEGRITY k.POVERTY l.UNEMPLOYMENT...

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  • problems of pakistan

    islamic and traditional values 16:drug addiction and drug-trafficking,smuggling 17:evironmental pollution 18:unemployment i wrote abt 20 problems in outlines but now i forgot what r remaining ones! anyhow i wrote abt 16/17 pages , having my average 175 to200 words per page...............as...

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  • The Kashmir Conflict-The Importance to India and Pakistan

    Introduction Kashmir Conflict has been around since 1947. It is also the key point or the reasons why India and Pakistan did not get along well. Because of this, the diplomatic relationships between the two countries are on the fire and both countries has been witnesses few war to fought over Kashmir. Behind...

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  • Kashmir Conflict Between Pakistan and India

    KASHMIR CONFLICT BETWEEN PAKISTAN AND INDIA The State of Jammu and Kashmir is situated between Pakistan and India. Among the key reasons for tension between Pakistan and India is the key problem of Kashmir. Whereas Pakistan has repeatedly termed this the "core issue" in its relationship with India,...

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  • Water Problem in Pakistan

    Ivona Stankovic Joice Marcano English 9th grade 16. 05. 2013 Position Paper – Pakistan Water contamination in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is an extremely severe problem. There is not enough clean water in the country and high percentage of the population has no access to the clean water...

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  • Pakistan economic problem

    you will probably be aware from the main economic problems of Pakistan? Well if not then you must be aware because the solution of all such problems are connected with your bright and successful future. There have been so far huge sum of the problems related to the economic sector that is all the time...

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  • Current Problem of Pakistan

    CAR A boy's favourite toy. A man's dream. A family's necessity. I can be very cheap, or very expensive. I can be selected from basic models to luxury ones. You make the decision. I am a CAR! People come searching for me in showrooms to choose from the different models, colors, and designs I am...

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  • Economic problems of Pakistan

    ECONOMIC PROBLEMS OF PAKISTAN Pakistan was established in 1947 and since its inception; it has been surrounded by countless issues, some of which are confined to ill-formed/missing infrastructure, insufficient refined resources, barren or obsolete factories and technologies, the Kashmir controversy...

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  • Economic Problem of Pakistan

    toward the solution of a problem.” Nature Of Thinking:- Thinking is a more of mental activity rather than physical activity. It occurs when we face a problem having no readymade solution. In such situation use a past experience with a modification of our behavior to solve the problem. This mental activity...

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  • Socio-Economic Problems of Pakistan

    SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROBLEMS OF PAKISTAN Outline: • Introduction • Problems Faced By Pakistan At The Time Of Inception • Current Scenario • Social Problems i) Poverty ii) Illiteracy iii) Overpopulation iv) Unemployment v) Child Labour vi) Corruption vii) Poor Social Sector Including Health...

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  • Problems Faced by Pakistan

    PROBLEMS FACED BY PAKISTAN,RECOMMENDATION FOR ITS SOLUTION INTRODUCTION: In the context of Pakistan, owing to the fact that it is a developing nation, there is no wonder that it is engulfed with a number of social and economical problems. The real issue is not the presence of these problems in society...

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  • Social Problems and Issues in Pakistan

    Pakhtunkhwa (formerly known as North-West Frontier Province, or NWFP). In addition, there are the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), Pakistan-administered Kashmir, and Gilgit-Baltistan. Historically, the dominant role played by Punjab, which is home to over 55 percent of the population and provides...

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  • Agricultural Problems in Pakistan

    Agriculture and Its Problems in Pakistan Introduction From time Immemorial,agriculture has been the major occupation of the people of Pakistan.Even today agriculture is a major sector and occupies a very important place in the economy of Pakistan.It not only provides food for our growing population...

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