Got a tricky question? Receive an answer from students like you! Try us!

Pakistan - Essay Example

Free
College
Essay
Geography
Pages 2 (502 words)
Download 0

Summary

Pakistan came into being when British rule over the Indian subcontinent ended on 14 August 1947 to 15 August 1947 and gave way to the independence of two states together with a difference of one day; these two states are Pakistan and India. …

Extract of sample
Pakistan

Pakistan came into being when British rule over the Indian subcontinent ended on 14 August 1947 to 15 August 1947 and gave way to the independence of two states together with a difference of one day; these two states are Pakistan and India. Pakistan consisted of two wings, East and West Pakistan, East Pakistan was made up of Bangladesh which was separated from West Pakistan from almost one thousand miles and West Pakistan consisted of Punjab, Baluchistan, North West Frontier Province and Sindh. Pakistan was a result of the demand for a separate homeland for Muslim’s of India by the great leader Mohammad Ali Jinnah and Muslim League political party together. The Capital of the new State was Karachi, after the division of borders about one-third of the Muslims of India remained in India and after the division of East Pakistan only 45% of Muslims remained in Pakistan. When Pakistan was made or came into being, the country did not get all the resources which were to be given to them and those given were mostly outdated and obsolete.Currently political stability or we can say political instability of Pakistan has been a setback for the economic growth of Pakistan. Last year on February 18 elections were held in which a coalition government was formed by the two majorities political parties of Pakistan, these two political parties are P.P.P (Pakistan’s Peoples Party) and P.M.L-N (Pakistan’s Muslim League – Nawaz). ...
Download paper
Not exactly what you need?

Related Essays

Risk of Expropriation Involved in Pakistan
Its relationships with the India are not good whereas the current situation in Afghanistan and future political risks involved in Iran can also increase the overall risk involved in the country. The political risk is on the higher side because it neighbors the violent Afghanistan. Apart from that it has also a history of Nationalization process under which private businesses were nationalized during 1970s. Apart from that a fragile political system in the country poses a greater risk to the foreign firms considering investing into the country.…
5 pages (1255 words)
Pakistan International Airlines
This report aims to research the main reasons behind the customer service issues in PIA that have been a constant source of not satisfying customers properly. Having traveled by PIA more than once, I have myself been subject to a few customer service issues, the details of which will be presented later on in the paper. The research discusses some of the concepts in literature pertaining to customer service standards and links them to PIA's existing standards; and analyses the areas where there is a gap between the two.…
14 pages (3514 words)