Essay Topics about INDIA’S NEIGHBOURS

English_Master April 8, 2016 No Comments
INDIA’S NEIGHBOURS Go to rural India you find good neighbours. They have cordial relations and helpful when need arises. Not so in the case of India. Two of the neighbours were rather created after the partition of India. Basi­cally the divided countries were Bharat (India) and Pakistan. Pakistan had five provinces Sind, Punjab, Baluchistan, North West Frontier Province and East Bengal. Later in 1971 East Bengal revolted against Paki­stan. With the help of India East Bengal won the war of independence and became Bangladesh. 90,000 Pakistani soldiers were taken as war prisoners and lodged in Central Jail, Agra. Sheikh Mujiburrahman be­came the first Prime Minister of Bangladesh. Later he became President in January 1975. But on 15th of August whole of his family was assassinated. Major General Ziaur Rahman took over power in Novem­ber. Assassinations and coups continued in the new formed country till February 1991 when Begum Khaleda Zia became the Prime Minister. In 1996 elections Sheikh Hasina Wazed the daughter of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman won with 146 seats and became Prime Minister. She was again replaced by Khaleda Zia in 2001 elections. The history of Pakistan too is not less chequered. For nine years after 1947 it remained a dominion and was declared an Islamic republic on...
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Essay Topics about INDIA’S NEIGHBOURS

English_Master March 16, 2016 No Comments
INDIA’S NEIGHBOURS India is a great country having extensive borders. Its total borderline is nearly 15000 kms. Its northern frontier stretches from Kashmir and goes up to Arunachal Pradesh and Assam, touching the border of Burma and Bangladesh. On the periphery of India, lie many countries. In the north, Kashmir is surrounded by Afghanistan, Pakistan, Tibet and China. Ladakh is the tri-junction where the frontiers of these three countries kiss each other. Afghanistan is though now friendly towards India, Pakistan and China are hostile. Along the entire Himalayan range lies the kingdom of Bhutan. The Himalayan kingdom has a benevolent king. Its customs, costumes, religion and manners are quite akin to India. There is the beautiful Himalayan kingdom of Nepal. Nepal is a country, situated in the heart of the mighty Himalayas. Its capital is Kathmandu. Kathmandu is a lovely valley. India and Nepal are closely linked culturally and historically. The borders of India also touch the plateau of Tibet. This heavenly kingdom is now under the direct control of Communist China. It does not have good relationships with India. Tibet is Shangrila, a land of tranquility. Pakistan is the closest neighbour of India. This country came into existence when India was partitioned in 1947. India has always tried...
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