India and Pakistan’s Partition: 70 Years Later | NowThis World
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In August of 1947, colonial India gained independence from the British and was divided into Hindu majority India and Muslim majority Pakistan – 70 years later … .

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24 thoughts on “India and Pakistan’s Partition: 70 Years Later | NowThis World

  1. I don't know why these media networks are so obsessed with comparing India with Pakistan. We, Indian people, don't even want us to be compared with such a country, which is why we are back from the present. It would be better if you showed and film the religious persecution there, the terrorism they have, the kind of growth these nations possess, and their stagnant economy. I want you to have a look at the freedom we have in India and then compare it with them. We always believe in futuristic, prosperous and better policies for our nation. Their policies and perspectives always focus on how to barricade India's growth and become superior to them. I urge you to spare some time out of the schedule and check the prices of essential commodities in Pakistan and examine their livelihood.

  2. At the time when british came to the Indian sub-continent.The sub-continent held 25% of the world trade where as the Britain only held 2%.
    I see no reason for the now Pakistan,India and Bangladesh to work together and even improve form then.
    We hold the biggest route for export and import,greater share in the textile industry in the world and a huge portion of service industry in particular (doctors and enegineer).

  3. Smiling buddha: The legend is, Buddha was upset about it and thought the war could have been avoided if Vaishali too had deterrent military power rather than its so-called direct democracy so nobody would take hard decisions. “You can only have peace between equally strong or equally weak nations,” he is supposed to have said; that’s why Ramanna told Indira Gandhi “Buddha is smiling” as India had acquired its deterrence.

    Buddha was enlightened not delusional. Preaching non violence is not the same as being averse to or ignorant of violence as a tool of state craft. Prince Siddhartha would have learnt enough of statecraft in his youth and his journeys to not be naive about reality.

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