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by Lal Khan

eBook Crisis in The Indian Subcontinent: Partition - can it be undone? ePub
Author: Lal Khan
Language: English
ISBN: 8189833103
ISBN13: 978-8189833107
Publisher: Aakar Books (2007)
Pages: 226
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.5
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About Author : Lal Khan was Born at Bhuan, Pakistan in 1956

About Author : Lal Khan was Born at Bhuan, Pakistan in 1956. He Joined Nishter Medical College, Multan in 1975 where, he was elected general secretary of the studeent's union, against the fundamental forces in 1978. He was arrested and tortured in 1979 under the Zia -ul- Haq military dictatorship for leading a student's agitation against the despotic regime. After his release, he was forcibly migrated to Rawal Pindi Medical College.

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Indian reunification refers to the potential unification of India (the Republic of India) with what is now Bangladesh and Pakistan, the latter of which was partitioned from British India in 1947. In 1947, British India was partitioned into the modern Dominion of India and the Dominion of Pakistan, the latter of which included northwest India and part of eastern India

On Marxist approach towards the history of partition and aftermath political events of India.

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Khan, Lal, Crisis in the Subcontinent: Partition, Can It Be Undone?, Wellred Publications, London, 2001. 304. Tejinder Kaur et al. (ed. Perspectives on the Partition Fiction of Indian Subcontinent. 166. Khan, Mohammad Raza, What Price Freedom: a Historical Survey of the Political Trends and Conditions Leading to Independence and the Birth of Pakistan and After, Mohammad Raza Khan Publishers, Madras, 1966. 167. Khan, Wali, Facts are Facts: The Untold Story of Indias Partition, Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi, 1987. Nirman Publications, Jalandhar, 2007. 305. Tinker, Hugh, Experiments with Freedom, Oxford University Press, London, 1967.

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2 Khan, Lal, Crisis in the Indian Subcontinent: Partition – Can it be undone?, (Wellred Publications), p. 18. 3 Jalal, Ayesha, Self and Sovereignty: Individual and Community in South Asian Islam since 1850, (Lahore: Sang-e-Meel Publication), p. 37. 4 Misra, ., Government an. ., Government and Bureaucracy in India, 1947-1976, (New Delhi: Oxford University Press), p. 90.

The Great Partition Book by Yasmin Khan Gyan Pandey's book is a compelling examination of the violence that marked the Partition of India and how it is remembered.

The Great Partition Book by Yasmin Khan. The Partition of India in 1947 was one of the most horrific events of decolonization in the twentieth century. The geographical divide brought displacement and death, rape and plunder, benefiting the few at the expense of the very many lifes. 3. Train to Pakistan Novel by Khushwant Singh. Gyan Pandey's book is a compelling examination of the violence that marked the Partition of India and how it is remembered. It is also a critique of history-writing and nationalist myth-making. This is a book for historians of South Asia, sociologists, and all those concerned with the Indian subaltern story.

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