Indo-Pakistani War of 1971

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  • The War Of 1971 And The Indo-Pakistan War

    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 two countries had been involved in two wars prior, one war afterwards and many altercations and military standoffs in between. British India which included the modern states of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh has always been a home to both Hindu and Muslim…

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  • Analysis Of Midnight's Children

    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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  • Causes Of The Second Kashmir War

    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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  • The Geneva Conventions: The War Of Liberation Of Bangladesh

    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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  • Role Of Agriculture In Agriculture

    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…

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  • Battle Of Longewala

    In battles military tactics outway brute force. The two major groups that were involved in the Battle of Longewala during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 were the Indians and the Pakistani. The Battle of Longewala took place on December 4-7 in the year of 1971. At 12:30 am the Pakistani forces engaged on the Indians by launching artillery fire at the one out post that the Indians had control of, only killing a few camels. The indians did not have enough time to prepare a minefield but quickly put…

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  • Importance Of Simla Agreement Essay

    signed, to normalize the situation and to settle the pre war issue of 1971, between Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Indira Ghandi. It distinguish from all peace agreements as it laid emphasized on bilateral talks and denied intervention of any third party. It somewhat questioned the diplomatic skill of Prime Minister of India, Indira Ghandi and personified the tactics of President of Pakistan, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. The Agreement have a kind of secret in itself as it…

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  • The Refugee By Asif Cuurrimbhoy Analysis

    Abstract:’ The Refugee’ a one act play was written by 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…

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  • Separation Of East Pakistan Case Study

    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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  • Indira Gandhi: Mother India Or Tyrant

    Indira Gandhi; Mother India or Tyrant Indira Gandhi leaves a divided legacy. To the poor she is a hero. She is Mother India, who helped the underprivileged with her social welfare programs and the mother of the Green Revolution, which helped make India self-sufficient in grain productions. For others she is the architect of the Emergency, a dark period in India’s history when democracy was suppressed and political enemies we put down or…

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