Indo-Pakistani War of 1965

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    Agriculture in most developing economies is the core sector providing a livelihood to a significant proportion of population, especially in rural areas. Since this sector faces the largest burnt of underemployment, unemployment and poverty, a growing agriculture and allied sector is expected to contribute vastly to overall growth and poverty alleviation. Increasing the productive capacity of agriculture through higher productivity has been an important goal in developing countries. There has been decline in the share of agriculture sector in the overall gross domestic product (GDP) mainly on account of the high growth in services sector. The share of agriculture in GDP was 29.76 per cent during 1993-94 to 1995-96 and this fell to 16.7 per cent during the period 2004-05 to 2006-07. Agriculture is the dominant and major sector in the country as well as in Kashmir and is considered the backbone of state economy, in reality; however, it has been treated as as a backbone without a spinal cord, because its position has been deplorable. From time immemorial rice has been the staple crop in Kashmir grown through out the valley of Kashmir and the staple food of the indigenous population. Yet, the state has never acquired self-sufficiency in food grains, in spite of agriculture sector continuing to be the major sector contributor to the state domestic product. However the analysis of data reveals that the dependence on agriculture as a permanent occupation is continuously declining.…

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    The Second Kashmir War broke out in April of 1965 and lasted until September of that year. Ironically, the root of the conflict was not in Kashmir, it was farther south in the modern Indian state of Gujrat. After the First Kashmir War, the UN created a ceasefire line which was religiously observed by both nations in Kashmir, but in many other areas of the border, it was vague. The border in the Rann of Kutch along the Indian Ocean was highly disputed, and it led to many small skirmishes in the…

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    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 India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. The basis of the film is how the life of Saleem is inseparably linked to the history of…

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    The war that I have decided to focus on for the purposes of my paper is the India-Pakistan war, more specifically the war of 1971. India and Pakistan have always been confronting each other due to their opposing ethnic, religious and political differences. The war of 1971 was the third war between India and Pakistan and the origins of this war were different from previous wars. Since the partition of British India and Pakistan in 1947 there have always been constant conflict and tension. The…

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    bitter civil war that divided the country of Pakistan into two nations. The violence of this war is rated as one of the top 5 genocides in the twentieth century by The Guinness Book of Records. Mass murder committed by the Pakistani Army against millions of Bengalis led to East Pakistan seceding from the West and the beginning of Bangladesh in December 1971. When the countries of Pakistan and India were first formed, there was an East and West Pakistan drawn on either side of India.…

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    Context: (1947-1971) One day before the creation of Pakistan the Constitute assembly was established under the Indian independence act and was given a machinery by British government for transferring power to Pakistan, built up the constitution, East Pakistanis was equally featured as west Pakistanis in this assembly. Communal discrimination was experienced by East Pakistan so they considered themselves as more pro Pakistan as compare to West Pakistan. This can be a reason that Pakistan went…

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    were born on a certain night at midnight. What adds another interesting twist to this story is the fact that it is supposed to be based around the time India gained its independence from British rule. This means much of the main characters story revolves around war and its effects, and he seems to hold an overall disdain for this war and what it did. In the end this story boils down to a recounting the main characters life and what led to the life he…

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    to accept it. By the time Nazism arose in Germany in the 1930s, anti-Semitism had become common. The J¬ewish people had suffered a long history of prejudice and persecution. And although Nazis perpetuated centuries-old lies, this time those lies would have their most devastating effects. Like never before, anti-Semitism was manifested in a sweeping national policy known as "the Final Solution," which sought to eliminate Jews from the face of the Earth. Adolf Hitler and his minister of…

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    1) The Kashmir battle is a close-by conflict generally among India and Pakistan, having started not long after the division of india in 1947. China has on occasion recognized a minor part. India and Pakistan have fought three wars over Kashmir, including the Indo-Pakistani Wars of 1947 and 1965, and the Kargil War. The two countries have additionally been combined into a couple conflicts over control of the Siachen Glacier. As an inevitable answer for this issue was for Kashmir to have the…

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    increased, the first exodus of refugees which entered India at the time of Partition were resettled in areas of North India, particularly Delhi. They were placed in campsites which were later converted into permanent housing through Government of India. There were a number of schemes which were implemented for the process of rehabilitation and integration of Pakistani refugees. A number of laws were introduced such as The Displaced Persons Claims Act, 1950; The Displaced Persons (Compensation…

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