Mukti Bahini

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  • Fair Trial Advantages

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    INTRODUCTION: The right to a fair trial is one of the fundamental guarantees of human rights and the rule of law, aimed at ensuring the proper administration of justice. It comprises various interrelated attributes and is often linked to the enjoyment of other rights, such as the right to life and liberty and the prohibition against torture and other forms of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. All persons must have equal rights of access to the courts and tribunals, including access

  • April 1971 Colonel M.A.G Osmani was selected as Commander of Bengali armed forces. Organized

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    April 1971 Colonel M.A.G Osmani was selected as Commander of Bengali armed forces. Organized resistance began. Mukti Bahini (freedom Fighter forces) became increasingly active. July 1971, Bangladesh forces command was set up. The Awami League then set up their own plans for a new constitution to achieve an independent for their state. As a result, the plan did not turned well as expected. The Pakistani army took control and Mujib was arrested in March 1971 after a violent results. As result from

  • The Relations Between India And Pakistan

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    Introduction: Since the mid 20th century an unlikely formidable alliance had slowly began to flourish in South Asia. China and Pakistan’s alliance began in the early 1960’s through the early 1970’s when conflicts between India vs. China and Pakistan had intensified. The Sino-Indian war that took place in 1962 ended as fast as it began. Along with the war that had taken place between India and Pakistan in 1965 and in 1971 when another indo-Pakistani war erupted and East Pakistan claimed independence

  • South East And Laddakh And Pakistan

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    In 1943, he got married with Shareen Amin Begum, who was left by Bhutto to remarry again. Bhutto married again an Iranian – Kurdish woman named Begum Nusrat Ispahani in Karachi on 8th Sept., 1951. His political career mainly started in the year 1957, when the Bhutto became the youngest member of Pakistan’s delegation to UN. In the year 1958, he became the youngest Pakistan Cabinet Minister under President Ayub Khan. He was famous for his demagogic styles of speech, which brought him to national prominence

  • Nationalism Is A Political Ideology Essay

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    INTRODUCTION: Nationalism is a political ideology. It generally involves the identification of a state. According to Hans Kohn, “ Nationalism is an idea, an idea-force which fills man’s brain and heart with new thoughts and sentiments and drives him to translate his consciousness into deeds of organized action” (Agarwal, 1996). Usually we can see two forms of nationalism. One is liberal nationalism and the other is aggressive nationalism. Because of liberal nationalism, different countries of the

  • The Bosnian Genocide

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    Genocides have been occurring longer than we’ve been calculating time Between 1992 and 1995, the Bosnian genocide took place as a result of the Bosnian and Serbian war. Yugoslavia was divided into six federated republics in 1946, them being: Bosnia/ Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia. Bosnia attempted to pass a referendum for independence but was rejected by representatives of Serb who, in return, established their own republic, Republika Srpska. Bosnian Serb and Yugoslav

  • Future Of Terrorism And Its Future Prospects Within Pakistan

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    FUTURE OF TERRORISM IN PAKISTAN 1. The threat of terrorism which existed prior to 9/11 got accentuated and transformed into a potent, dynamic and multi-dimensional phenomenon. As of today, few countries in the world are threatened by such diverse forms and manifestations of terrorism as we are; both in the present and futuristic context. There are external influences and there are internal dissentions. While the vested interests of the regional and global players denote one facet, the socio-political

  • My Country Beulfons Me Speech Analysis

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    Ushna Jameel 18020289 Aqila Zaman 20th April, 2015 SS100 Section 12 “My Country Beckons Me” Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto delivered the well-known “My Country Beckons Me” speech on 15th December 1971. He was one of the radical politicians of Pakistan. Bhutto was the founding father of one of the biggest political parties in Pakistan known as Pakistan People’s Party (PPP); he also

  • Indian Army

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    INDIAN ARMY (IA, Bhāratīya Thalasēnā) Introduction : The Indian Army (IA, Bhāratīya Thalasēnā) is the land based branch and the largest component of the Indian Armed Forces. The Indian Army came into being when India gained independence in 1947, and inherited most of the infrastructure of the British Indian Army that were located in post-partition India. Since independence, the army has been involved in four wars

  • Book Analysis: 'A Golden Age'

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    Student Name Professor Name Subject Date A Golden Age Less than 30 years after the war of Independence, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) and West Pakistan (now Pakistan) had grown so further apart, even from the obvious geographical disconnect, that the liberation war of 1971 could be termed as inevitable. For some it was the war of liberation but for many who lost their friends, neighbors and other loved ones, it was a time of selfish loss. Bengal's growing need for an identity, equal and ethnic