History of Pakistan

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  • Kevin Swander's Essay: The Rules Of Pakistani Women

    that comes with it. In Pakistan , there are different rules that people are required to obey. One of the may amendments in the Pakistani Constitution says, “There shall be no discrimination on the basis of sex”(Article 25). Yet, this law has been ignored by the Pakistanis time and time again. Thus, there should be stricter enforcement of that law to guarantee that Pakistani women are treated equally both in and out of their household. Pakistani women aren’t treated as Pakistani men are. Jibeen says that Pakistan is, “A large, complex, and heterogenous society, but one that has been associated with high levels of gender inequality overall” (475). In one of my essays that my class considered together, entitled, “Shia Girls” by Kathleen Jamie, she speaks briefly of the gender equality that she witnessed during her visit to Pakistan. Her, being from Scotland, was shocked to see the way women were treated compared to how she is treated in her country. Another…

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  • Importance Of Constitution In Pakistan

    Definition: Constitution means a set of basic laws, rules and regulations which are necessary for running the administration of a state with an objective that people may lead an independent, disciplined, peaceful and happy life. The Need of Constitution: If we look at the history of mankind one would find that the primitive man lived in a small family unit had its own rule and way of living. Later, these family units merged themselves into big or small tribes to meet their economic, social and…

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  • The Culture Of Pakistan Essay

    Pakistan and its Culture: Pakistan is a country that is located in South Asia and is a relatively new country. Although Pakistan has only been a country since 1947, the history in the area goes back thousands of years. A lot of the culture in Pakistan has been based off that history, and has some diversity due to that history. Understanding the culture of a country helps the military associate with the people in that country and builds good public relations. Political and Military: Pakistan’s…

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  • Fighting To The End The Pakistan Army's Way Of War Analysis

    Fighting to the End: The Pakistan Army’s Way of War (Oxford University Press, 2014) C. Christine Fair, PhD., one of the foremost South Asian experts, has made Pakistan army the subject of her book: Fighting to the End: The Pakistan Army’s Way of War. The overarching theme, resonating with all the eleven chapters in the book, depicts the Pakistan army as central to all the misfortunes befalling the country. Fair accentuates the overbearing presence and consequent ruinous decisiveness of the…

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  • Analysis Of Midnight's Children

    Midnight’s Children The history of India and its neighbouring countries, Pakistan and Bangladesh, is a rich and luminous tale as it encompasses the countless successes and hardships each country experienced during its development as independent entities. In 2012, Deepa Mehta, an Indo-Canadian film director with a screenplay by Salman Rushdie, a British Indian novelist, produced the film “Midnight’s Children.” Together they brought to the screen a magical yet historical tale on the partition of…

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  • Muhammad Ali Jinnah's Role In The Creation Of Pakistan

    course of history. Even less have helped to create a country, yet Muhammad Ali Jinnah has done both. He was a lawyer, a politician, and he was the man who led the act of creating Pakistan, a country in South Asia. This astonishing performance happened in 1947, years after Jinnah wanted it to be reality. Jinnah had a large role in the creation of Pakistan and left a questionable legacy in the process. Years before, and during the creation of Pakistan, India was ruled by the British and Indians…

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  • Socio-Political Perspectives In Ice Candy-Man By Bapsi Sidhwa

    Bapsi Sidhwa is a Pakistani well-acclaimed diasporic writer. The novels she has written in English reveal her individual understanding of the Indian subcontinent’s Partition, socio-political aspects, abuse against women, immigration to the US, and membership in the Parsi or Zoroastrian community. Born on August 11, 1938 in Karachi in the country of Pakistan, she subsequently migrated to Lahore. Bapsi Sidhwa saw with her own eyes the blood-spattered Partition of India when she was a young girl in…

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  • Malala And The Breaker Boys Analysis

    Some of the circumstances that a multitude of diverse individuals face in life can be unfortunate. This is much truer for some than it is for others. It is easy to see when looking back in history or to a foreign country how different some lives can be from our own. Malala is a young woman who put herself in peril to speak up for other young women and their right to an education. The breaker boys are young men and children who spent hours working in the coal mines back in the early 1900’s.…

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  • The Refugee By Asif Cuurrimbhoy Analysis

    Asif Currimbhoy.The play portrays the miserable condition of the refugees from East Bengal on hand and on the other hand the play throws ample light on the effects of the refugee problems in social life in India during 1971.Asif combines the major issues with other problems like communalism as it is also led by other issues. It suggests that one problem gives way to other problems. The present play focuses all the issues due to the influx of refugees. How the refugee problems made political,…

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  • Partition Of India Analysis

    northern part predominantly Muslim, became nation of Pakistan and the southern predominantly Hindu became the Republic of India, the partition however devastated both India and Pakistan as the process claimed many lives in riots, rapes, murders and looting. The two countries began their independence with ruined economics and lands without an established, experienced system of government, not only this, but also about 15 million people were displaced from their homes. The Partition of India was…

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