History of Pakistan

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  • The Impact Of Water Sharing In India

    While these arguments do have a lot merit, most of the water sharing issues that are stemming with what Pakistan calls violation and India calls progress, are due to an ineffective and rather obsolete IWT which doesn’t clarify ownership and can’t solve geographical issues ( Michel and Panday 2003) so to say that IWT is keeping peace is controversial at best. The fact that the fairness of the treaty is today being questioned from both sides suggests that the distinction and separation between the…

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  • Religious Differences Between Islam And Muslims

    Religious difference was the core of two nation theory.Muslims needed a state where they can practice their religion without other forces trying to create problems for them . Two nation theory origin started when first muslim came in subcontinent .Muslims follow islam and Hindus follow Hinduism. These two religions are not different side of same coin instead they are different coins . The religion of Muslims (Islam) follows tauheed means they believe in One God (Allah) while hindus believe in…

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  • What Is The Importance Of Humanization In The Kite Runner

    stated by Harold McNeil’s review of Hosseini and his novel, Amir lives his childhood throughout many historical events that changed Afghanistan, such as the fall of the monarchy following the Soviet invasion and the immigration of Afghan refugees to Pakistan and the U.S. (2). In the first few chapters of The Kite Runner, Amir tells of the peaceful years he enjoyed with Hassan as a child. However, this tranquil time in Amir’s life does not last for long. On July 17, 1973, Afghanistan, and his…

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  • Operation Searchlight Paragraph

    Because of this operation many students leaders, Bengali intellectuals arrest or kill the distinguished Awami League leaders in the main cities of the then East Pakistan including Dhaka, the Bangali personnel’s of military, that time radio station and telephone was exchange and thereby to take over the control of the province of East Pakistan by ruthlessly the non –cooperation movement headed by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. 25th march to middle of May military operations were being taken…

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  • Summary Of Malala The Powerful

    Powerful” by Kristen Lewis describes the torment that many Muslim people, especially women and girls were put through by the Taliban. Malala’s life took place while the Taliban was taking control over places that she lived in or near, Afghanistan and Pakistan. They began enforcing rules that were expected to be obeyed by everyone they were applied to, lots of the time directly enforced to women and girls. For example, in 2009, the Taliban ordered all girls’ schools to close down. Malala was one…

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  • Partition Of India Research Paper

    of India, and the creation of a Muslim State, separating India into a Hindu prominent India and Muslim prominent East and West Pakistan. Jawaharlal Nehru was the main Hindu leader during the time, later on becoming the first Prime Minister of India. Mohammad Ali Jinnah was the main leader of the Muslim population and eventually became the first Prime Minister of Pakistan. Finally, Lord Mountbatten was the last Viceroy of India, and the first Governor-General of newly independent and partitioned…

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  • An Analysis Of Gandhi's Assassination

    The many Hindus coming from Pakistan into India endured many hardships involving killings, rape, theft, and abduction. Numerous Indian Hindus became enraged, and some even took to action killing local Muslims, with only Gandhi to blame (Vaidya para 12). Gandhi was misleading when it came down to what religion he affiliated with. The breaking point for many Hindus was Gandhi’s successful attempt to fast “to the death” until Pakistan was given 550 million rupees by the Indian government…

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  • Thesis Of I Am Malala

    receive the Goodreads Choice Awards, for best memoir & autobiography. I am Malala, is an inspiring narrative and a great read. I am Malala shares the life of a young Pakistan teenager who endured a near death experience and survived, it exhibits a handful of historical and cultural facts documenting the political affiliations in Pakistan but above all advocates the need for women’s education. Malala Yousafzai is a young activist for women’s rights.…

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  • Afghanistan Under Taliban Rule Essay

    Afghanistan Under Taliban Rule: Implications on Women’s Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy Background Throughout history the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has faced numerous invasions, a series of civil wars and enormous bloodshed. In 1978 the People’s Democratic Party of Afghanistan seized power in a coup against President Mohamed Daoud in what is known as the Saur Revolution . This revolution is said to be the catalyst for upheaval and armed resistance that would follow for the next 20 years.…

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  • The Kite Runner Poem Analysis

    “In the most essential way, she had failed him-seven times she had failed him-and now she was nothing but a burden to him” (Hosseini 99-100). Mariam is now useless to Rasheed because she cannot bear any children, and he now regards her as a nuisance. Before Rasheed knew Mariam could not bear children, he gave her presents and treated her kindly. But, when Mariam has seven miscarriages he starts to beat her for the smallest of reasons. Mariam knows she is not useful for Rasheed anymore because…

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