• Initial problems of Pakistan
    Initial Problems of Pakistan Pakistan came into existence on 14th august 1947. Soon after its establishment Pakistan faced number of problems. Most of the problems of Pakistan were related with Pakistan dispute with India, such as the accession of the princely states, canal Water dispute...
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  • India Pak Conflict
    governed directly by the British, the decision to join either India or Pakistan was left to their rulers. They were, of course, not required to act according to their people's wishes. Jammu and Kashmir had a largely Muslim population but was ruled by a Hindu who decided to join India. The boundary...
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  • Re-Mystifying Kashmir
    is the best-known dispute between India and Pakistan, yet Kashmir itself—its people, history, and problems—is remarkably little known outside a small group of specialists. Navnita Chadha Behera’s book, Teresita C. Schaffer is Director of the South Asia Program at the Center for Strategic and...
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  • terrorsim
    secretary David Miliband's visit when the New Labourite's comments on the 'unresolved Kashmir dispute' caused the MEA to go into a tizz and, in effect, tell Gordon Brown's emissary to butt out of an issue that was none of his concern. But that's precisely the problem. If Pakistan is in a state of denial...
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  • Article Review
    Article Review: Untangling India and Pakistan By: K.Shankar Bajpai Main theme of the article revolves around the tensions between India and Pakistan with Kashmir issue being the highlight of the article. Although other factors have been mentioned but greater stress has been put over Kashmir...
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  • Terrorism
    India. The fighting continued until 1949, when both India and Pakistan had a UN brokered ceasefire. As part of ceasefire agreement 2/3 of Kashmir would be controlled by India and he remaining third would go to Pakistan. (Schaeffer, 2005). Yet this was not the end of the Kashmir problem only the...
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  • Kashmir Conflict
    Kashmir conflict: The issue of territory is one factor that has lead to conflict between India and Pakistan. It is one of the most intractable and long standing conflicts in the world. The problem of Kashmir arose because maharaja hari singh was unable to makeup his mind to which dominion the...
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  • Speech on Kashmir Issue
    , international dispute in the world today. Pakistan considers Kashmir as its core political dispute with India. The exchange of fire between their forces across the Line of Control, which separates Azad Kashmir from Occupied Kashmir, is a routine affair. Now that, both India and Pakistan have acquired...
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  • Should india give up kashmir
    range. Today, it denotes a larger area that includes the Indian-administered state of Jammu and Kashmir (which consists of Jammu, Kashmir Valley, and the Ladakh regions), the Pakistan-administered territories of Azad Kashmir and Gilgit–Baltistan, and the Chinese-administered regions of Aksai Chin and...
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  • Kashmir Conflict - India & Pakistan
    Bhutto discussed the Kashmir problem with him. The government of Pakistan treated him as a state guest. Sheikh Abdullah had the rare distinction of having poems in his praise written by three major Pakistani Urdu poets namely Hafeez Jullundhri, Josh and Faiz Ahmed Faiz who admired his lifelong struggle...
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  • Position Paper
    Muslim state, or it accedes to Pakistan. In either case, the Kashmir problem might continue, with the only change being who is oppressed and who the oppressor is. Kashmir at this point of time does not have the resources it requires to become a country of its own.  Indian troops are needed in...
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  • Proposing a Solution: Bullying
    region”(Hussain 36) this quote describes that the Pakistan is the biggest enemy of India, so always the terrorist in Pakistan are trying to break the unity of India because of Kashmir. The India has the huge problem of terrorism because Pakistan is its neighbor country And Pakistan is...
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  • Kashmir Problem
    Kashmir is referred to in Pakistan as Indian-occupied Kashmir. Area in India • Jammu and Kashmir consists of three regions: 1. Jammu, 2. the Kashmir valley and 3. Ladakh. • Srinagar is the summer capital, and Jammu, its winter capital. • While the Kashmir valley...
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  • Compare and Contrast Kashmir and Israel/Palestine
    . Pakistan must realize that it will never, ever will be able to control Indian occupied Kashmir. Muslims outside of India must realize that Kashmir is not a Hindu-Muslim problem, because there are Muslims living in each and every village of India, who will never be able to settle in Pakistan. The...
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  • Kashmir
    India, Pakistan agree to ceasefire after recent Kashmir fighting NEW DELHI -- India and Pakistan agreed on Wednesday to ease tensions in disputed Kashmir by strictly observing a decade-old cease-fire after five soldiers were killed in recent clashes, an Indian army spokesman said. The military...
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  • Performanemce Appraisal Sysyt
    hold of Kashmir. India would be in a commanding position against Pakistan. India, therefore, immediately accepted the ceasefire. After the cease-fire India did not hold plebiscite in the valley of Kashmir as was decided by the resolutions of the UNO. The problem is still unsolved and has created a...
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  • Pak Us Relations
    Lecture No. 1 25-10-210 KASHMIR ISSUE OUTLINE: 1. Background 2. Indian Perspective 3. Pakistan Perspective 4. Plebiscite 5. Partition 6. Independent and conclusion EARLY HISTORY: In the 18th century Kashmir was ruled by the Muslim Pashtun Durrani Empire. In 1819 Kashmir was...
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  • terror in Indian held Kashmir
    "TERROR IN INDIAN HELD KASHMIR" Shaheen Akhtar presented a systematic account of bloody uprising. The purpose of this book is two-fold: to draw attention to the fact that no problem is resolved by clever procrastination and more importantly that the application of brute force cannot swamp the...
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  • Law Topics
    partition the territory covering Kashmir was connected to india from Punjab having aroung 75 percent muslims. As British proposed two dominions of India and Pakistan, Maharaja Hari singh refused to go to Pakistan..A ceasefire was eminent when Mount Batten suggested that he sided the Indian territory. A...
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  • Faryal
    Choice of Capital and Establishment of Government The first problem that Pakistan had to face was to choose a capital to form a Government and to establish a secretariat,Karachi was chosen as the capital of Pakistan.Quaid-e-Azam took the office of the Governor General ,Liaqat Ali Khan was...
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