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A Short History of India-Pakistan Relations

A Short History of India-Pakistan Relations

In 1947, following Britain’s withdrawal from its Indian Empire, India and Pakistan became independent states carved out of the former British Raj. The partition created Hindu majority India and overwhelmingly Muslim Pakistan. Dislocation and violence soon erupted in communities split by the new borders. By the millions, Hindus and Sikhs in Pakistan fled their homes …

Pre-Islamic history of the Middle East

Pre-Islamic history of the Middle East

In the 14th century a muslim historian named Ibn Khaldun wrote about the ancient empires and how the first civilizations emerged along Major Rivers. The Huang Ho Valley in China, Indus River in Pakistan and more famously the Nile River in Egypt. The Historian wrote how these rivers allowed easy access to trade and commerce …

Understanding Kashmir: History, Article 370 & Article 35a | Ep.100 The DeshBhakt with Akash Banerjee

Understanding Kashmir: History, Article 370 & Article 35a | Ep.100 The DeshBhakt with Akash Banerjee

Apart from certain commonalities between India and Pakistan such as the unfulfilled dream of winning the 2019 World Cup, Coke Studio and hyperactive media Another thing that is common is – KASHMIR. “Libtard, anti-national, anti-Indian, Pakistani, urban-naxal..” Despite knowing that we will receive brickbats for this, Deshbhakt will try to know about the core issues …

What If We Detonated All Nuclear Bombs at Once?

Many of our viewers have asked us a very serious question:Many of our viewers have asked us a very serious question:What if we made a big pile of bombsWhat if we made a big pile of bombsand exploded every nuclear weapon in the world all at once?and exploded every nuclear weapon in the world all …

A history of the Kashmir conflict | The Economist

A history of the Kashmir conflict | The Economist

The Economist in 1947 Britain prepared to end nearly a century of rule over the Indian subcontinent and its 390 million people Hindus were concentrated in central and southern India Muslims in Bengal in the northwest a British Commission divided the territory into majority Muslim Pakistan and majority Hindu India in the chaos that followed …