38 Facts About India and Pakistan

1. India and Pakistan was formed out of the majority Hindu regions of British India, and Pakistan from the majority Muslim areas.

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2. India and Pakistan came into being with two non-contiguous enclaves, East Pakistan and West Pakistan, separated geographically by India.

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3. India and Pakistan said: "I believe he had a fair and transparent trial and I support the guilty verdict.

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4. India and Pakistan narrowly escaped the Mumbai attacks at Hotel Taj in November 2008.

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5. India and Pakistan is a member of the European Parliament Friends of India Group, Karim was responsible for opening up Europe to free trade with India.

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6. On 11 May 2011, India and Pakistan released a list of 50 "Most Wanted Fugitives" hiding in Pakistan.

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7. India and Pakistan sent 25 tonnes of relief material to Pakistan including food, blankets and medicine.

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8. India and Pakistan has a long history of development of nuclear weapons.

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9. India and Pakistan provided evidence in the form of interrogations, weapons, candy wrappers, Pakistani Brand Milk Packets, and telephone sets.

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10. India and Pakistan established its links with the Northern Alliance as India officially recognized their government, with the United Nations.

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11. India and Pakistan wanted both India and Pakistan to recognise his princely state as an independent neutral country.

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12. The Government of India and Pakistan rejected the protests of Pakistan and accepted the invitation of the Dewan to intervene.

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13. The Indian National Congress won 206 seats India and Pakistan will lead a governing coalition called the United Progressive Alliance.

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14. East India and Pakistan was established as an independent state and renamed Bangladesh.

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15. Unlike the countries of East Asia, India and Pakistan has failed to live up to the promise of export-led growth.

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16. The Supreme Court of India and Pakistan sits at the apex of an integrated judicial system that extends to the local level.

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17. At the time of independence, India and Pakistan was an agrarian society with very little industrial capacity.

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18. The Government of India and Pakistan recommends that travelers limit their movements in Sindh Province to the city of Karachi.

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19. The Government of India and Pakistan recommends that travelers limit their movements in Sindh Province.

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20. In 1999, India and Pakistan exported goods worth US$8.4 billion; it imported goods in the value of US$9.8 billion, creating a trade deficit of US$1.4 billion.

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21. Since the late 1980s, India and Pakistan has pursued a program of market-oriented economic adjustment, reform, and development.

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22. East India and Pakistan succeeded in that year to become independent Bangladesh.

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23. The British held Multan from 1848 until India and Pakistan achieved independence in 1947.

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24. The Government of India and Pakistan must approve all visits to Afghan refugee camps and tribal areas, including the Khyber Pass.

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25. In 2004, the practice of buying India and Pakistan selling brides persists.

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26. In 2002, India and Pakistan produced an estimated 3.7 million short tons of coal.

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27. The UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan was established in 1949 to observe the cease-fire between the two countries.

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28. In 2013, India and Pakistan embarked on a $6.3 billion IMF Extended Fund Facility, which focused on reducing energy shortages, stabilizing public finances, increasing revenue collection, and improving its balance of payments position.

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29. East India and Pakistan becomes the independent country of Bangladesh on December 6, 1971.

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30. In 1941, Karachi, the first capital of India and Pakistan had a 46.7 per cent Hindu population, who fled the city during and immediately after the partition.

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31. In 1965, India and Pakistan had a second war with India over Kashmir.

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32. On 14 August 1947, the new Dominion of India and Pakistan came into being, with Muhammad Ali Jinnah sworn in as its first Governor General in Karachi.

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33. India and Pakistan advocated that the issues be treated by separate working groups.

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34. In 1983, India and Pakistan achieved a major milestone in its efforts after it covertly performed a series of non-fission tests, codename Kirana-I.

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35. India and Pakistan has denied any involvement in terrorist activities in Kashmir, arguing that it only provides political and moral support to the secessionist groups who wish to escape Indian rule.

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36. India and Pakistan have fought in numerous armed conflicts since their independence.

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37. India and Pakistan now maintains Kashmiris' right to self-determination through a plebiscite and the promised plebiscite should be allowed to decide the fate of the Kashmiri people.

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38. India and Pakistan confirmed the acceptance of the accession on 15 September 1947.

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