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Acceptance of Bangladesh, 1974

The creation of Bangladesh as an independent state acted as a bolt from the blue for the Pakistani’s. Pakistan had to accept Bangladesh because it was a reality and other nations started accepting her as a nation. Pakistan’s acceptance of Bangladesh in 1974 only paved the way for future cordial …

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South Asian Free Trade Area

The world is witnessing a new gesticulates of regionalism together with an escalation of efforts for setting in place a multilateral trading system. The concept of regionalism is emerging as dominant discourse in today’s   world. Many part of the world is benefiting by conceding to regionalism as it is a …

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Ayub’s Visit to China

On February 9th it was announced that President Ayub Khan would visit China. On 2nd march 1965 President Ayub khan with his officials takes off to China on eight day visit. During his visit a joint communiqué was issued on 7th March in which the matters of common interests were …

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Bandung Conference 1955

Introduction and Purpose: The Bandung Conference, also known as Asian-Africa Conference was a meeting of third world countries which took place on April 18-24, 1955 in Bandung, Indonesia. The five countries viz, Pakistan, Indian, Burma, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia were the co-sponsored of the Conference. They also brought together other …

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Indo-Pak Crisis (1949-51)

The conflict between India and Pakistan originated as a clash between Indian and Muslim nationalism during British colonial rule. The relations between Pakistan and India are characterizes by periodic ups and downs.   Throughout 1949-51, there was no direct military conflict between two dominions and several meetings, conferences and agreements were …

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Gujral-Nawaz Talks

These decisions seemed to augur well for relations between the two countries. It was widely believed that Indo-Pakistan relations were definitely on the mend, especially when foreign secretary level talks were held in Islamabad in June 1997, where it was decided that working groups would be set up to address …

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Indian’s Plan to Attack on Kahuta 1984

South Asia is considered as one of the most explosive region in the world where two nuclear powers are situated. There is a continuing hostility between the two nuclear powers and had fought three wars but there is still a potential threat of future atomic war between the two powers …

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Nuclear Program

Historical background Pakistan’s Nuclear Program started during Ayub Khan period as a response to Indian nuclear designs which were detrimental to Pakistan’s future. Initially, in 1956 the program was aimed to produce energy by the enactment of Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission. Pakistan’s plan to produce nuclear energy for country’s energy …

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Mumbai Attacks (2008)

Mumbai is the most important commercial and entertainment center of India. On November 26,2008 the city was attacked by some terrorists, which killed at least 172 people. This attack has been referred to as “India’s 9/11”. It was not the first terrorist attack, but one of the many. After all, …

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President Ayub’s Visit to U.S.S.R

Relations between U.S.S.R. and Pakistan have seen a lot of ups and down during the first decade after Pakistan’s independence. This period is vitally crucial in the sense that the world had divided into two blocs, communist led by soviet union and capitalist led by United States of America. The …

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