Pakistan

Author by : Birjees Nagy
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India Betrayed

Author by : Nau Nihal Singh
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They Betrayed You Dear Mother

Author by : Satya Dev Narayan
Languange : en
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Description : Chiefly on the post-1947 political scene in India.


Pakistan Horizon

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The Peasant Betrayed

Author by : John H. Powelson
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Publisher by : Cato Institute
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Description : After studying land reform in 16 countries and offering illustrative examples from 11 more, Powelson and Stock conclude that government land reforms generally harm the rural poor more than help them. Detailing case after case in which government intervention has impoverished the peasant, the authors find only a few cases in which the government has made the peasant better off. In contrast, they show that in Third World countries where the state has left farming to the farmer, agricultural output has soared, famine has been overcome, and the welfare of the peasant has vastly improved.


Land Reforms In Pakistan

Author by : Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
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Discovery Of Pakistan

Author by : A. Aziz
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Quaid I Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah And The Creation Of Pakistan

Author by : Sailesh Kumar Bandopadhaya
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Description : The Book Discusses The Controversial Role Of Jinnah In India`S Struggle For Independence And In The Process Traces The Transformation Of Jinnah As The Nationalist Into Jinnah The Protagoinst Of Pakistan


They Betrayed You Dear Mother

Author by : Satya Dev Narayan
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Description : Chiefly on the post-1947 political scene in India.


Jerusalem Betrayed

Author by : Michael D. Evans
Languange : en
Publisher by : Thomas Nelson
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Description : From one of America's leading experts on Israel and the Middle East, this riveting book is the true story of what is happening in the cabinet rooms and war rooms across the world-Jerusalem's final betrayal brokered in the name of the Middle East.


The Tryst Betrayed

Author by : Jagat S Mehta
Languange : en
Publisher by : Penguin UK
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Description : In The Tryst Betrayed, former Indian foreign secretary Jagat Singh Mehta looks back on an eventful career which began on the day after India’s independence. In his lucid and informative style, Mehta sheds light on Nehru’s prophetic assertion of ideological agnosticism (named ‘Non-Alignment’ in 1946) and its distortion by the accidental overlap of decolonization with the Cold War. Mehta argues that Nehru was naïve on China, wishful on the Soviet Union and prejudiced against America. The civil servants were hypnotized by what he refers to as the ‘Panditji knows best’ syndrome. He illustrates that Nehru’s bark was no doubt frightening but his bite not vicious.


India Pakistan And Afghanistan

Author by : Attar Chand
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Description : Political biography of Abdul Ghaffar Khan, 1891-1988, politician from Pakistan.


The Pakistan Review

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India Betrayed

Author by : Piare Lal Sharma
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Breaking The Barrier

Author by : Mohiuddin Ahmad
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Lok Sabha Debates

Author by : India. Parliament. Lok Sabha
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India And Pakistan

Author by : Oskar Hermann Khristian Spate
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Pakistan

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No Woman S Land

Author by : Ritu Menon
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Description : Never Before Has A Single Volume Featured Non-Fiction Writing By Women From Pakistan, India And Bangladesh On The Partion Of India. Here, For The First Time Are Ismat Chughtai, Sara Suleri, Anees Kidwai, Phulrenu Guha, Meghna Guha-Thakurta, Shehla Shibli, Manikuntala Sen, Kamlaben Patel And Many Others, Speaking And Writing About Communalisma Nd Literature, What They Learnt From Refugees, What Partition Means To Them 50 Years Later, And How They Define Themselves--Hindus? Muslims? Indians? Pakistanis? All Of These Or None? Either Or Neither? Not-Indian Not-Pakistani? Bangladeshi Not Pakistani? Above Al, Their Accounts Raise That Most Troubling Question: Do Women Have A Country? An Unusual Mix Of Memoirs, Interviews, Reminiscences And Reflective Essays, This Anthology Is The First Attempt To Present Women`S Voices On The Partion Of India Based On The Experience Of Three Countries.


Pakistan S Foreign Policy

Author by : Shahid M. Amin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford Pakistan Paperbacks
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Description : The book is based on the author's personal observations and analysis during thirty-nine years of diplomatic service as Pakistan's Ambassador and Special Envoy to various countries around the world. --


A Divided Legacy

Author by : Niaz Zaman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Manohar Publications
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Description : This Book Analyses The Partition Novels Published In The Three Major Languages Of The Indian Sub-Continent: English, Bengali, Urdu And In Addition To That, Punjabi Novels Which Are Available In English Translations.


Kashmir Convictions Betrayed

Author by : O. P. Kapoor
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Description : Analytical study of causes that led to the current political crisis and insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir, India.


Iqbal Jinnah And Pakistan

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