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Smokers’ Corner: Smokers’ Corner

For the past few years I have been researching literature written on the life of Pakistan’s founder, Mohammad Ali Jinnah; and also scholarly works which quote him extensively to substantiate theories about what Pakistan is (or was supposed to be). 1,289 more words

Interesting Wallet

Kasuri's book launch in India, Who is black facing India

Replying to Shiv Sena’s allegation that he was a Pakistani agent, Sudheendra Kulkarni, Tuesday, said that he was an ‘agent’ but that of peace.

“I am certainly an agent, but not of Pakistan, but of peace between India and Pakistan and in South Asia,” Kulkarni said. 185 more words

Akbar to Independence and Beyond: Middle class India and after

Part four and finish of my early historic review toward Hindu nationalism, undertaken when I first arrived in India in an effort to understand her. 2,800 more words

Indian History

" The Holocaust of Indian Partition: An Inquest" by Madhav Godbole

In 1947, a few parts of undivided India, primarily Punjab and Bengal, were torn asunder and a new nation came into being: Pakistan. This event, directly or indirectly, affected millions of people in India and is still talked about although nearly 70 years have gone by since then. 776 more words

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