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Emergence of India and Pakistan

Suresh K Sharma

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ISBN 10: 8182742536 / ISBN 13: 9788182742536
Published by Pentagon Press, New Delhi, 2007
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Contents Preface. 1. Presidential address of Dr. Sir Muhammad Iqbal delivered at the Allahabad Session of the All India Muslim League December 1930. 2. Scheme put forward by Dr. Syed Abdul Latif 1939. 3. A scheme of Indian Federation by Sir Sikandar Hyat Khan 1939. 4. Scheme put forward by Professor Syed Zafarul Hasan and Dr. Mohammad Afzal Husain Qadri. 5. Mr. Jinnah's Fourteen Points. 6. Independent Muslim Conference. 7. Is the Pakistan Proposal a Command Performance/Ramananda Chatterjee. 8. Jinnah's demand for a separate homeland for Muslims 22 March 1940. 9. Muslim case for Pakistan/B.R. Ambedkar. 10. What is this Partition Plan/V.B. Kulkarni. 11. The mind behind Pakistan/Suresh Chandra Dev. 12. Partition Scheme an examination/Lakshmi Narayana. 13. Pakistan its implications/C.V.H. Rao. 14. Thoughts on Pakistan/ Jay. 15. Delusion of Pakistanism/Nagendra Nath Chanda. 16. Akhand Hindusthan/Radha Kumud Mookerji. 17. The demand for Pakistan. 18. The theory of two nations/Abdullah Safdar. 19. The Two Nations Theory/Hari Charan Mukerji. 20. The negotiations and after the Two Nations Theory of Mr. Jinnah I/D.N. Banerjee. 21. The negotiations and after the Two Nations Theory of Mr. Jinnah II/D.N. Banerjee. 22. Reginald Coupland's alternative scheme to Pakistan March 1944. 23. The prospects of Partition/R. Coupland. 24. Schemes of Partition/Rajendra Prasad. 25. Attlee's statement House of Commons 20 February 1947. 26. Resolution of Congress Working Committee 6 8 March 1947. 27. Broadcast speech of Lord Mountbatten 3 June 1947. 28. The Mountbatten Plan 3 June 1947. 29. Lord Mountbatten's Press Conference 3 June 1947. 30. Broadcast speech of Pandit Nehru 3 June 1947. 31. Jinnah's Broadcast Speech 3 June 1947. 32. Appointment of Boundary Commissions 30 June 1947. 33. Punjab Boundary Commission or Radcliffe Award 1947 report. 34. Bengal Boundary Commission 1947 or Radcliffe Award report. 35. Notes on Partition of Bengal/An F.R.S S and F.R. Econ.S. 36. Speech by the Earl of Listowel Secretary of State for India and Burma on the Indian Independence Bill 16 July 1947. 37. The Joint Defence Council Order 11 August 1947. 38. The Arbitral Tribunal Order 12 August 1947. 39. The Indian Independence Act 1947. 40. Partition and Indian finance/Bijoy Sen. 41. Miscellaneous documents. 42. The travail of Partition/Jawaharlal Nehru. 43. Refugees in our midst/Vijay Sen. 44. The problem of the refugees/Mehr Chand Khanna. Index. The period between World War II and the dawn of Indian independence was of a climatic scene which in the past has always attracted the attention of the scholarly community the world over. The Partition of India (1947) took place during this phase. It was one of the great human convulsions the world has ever witnessed. It was not only a simple bifurcation of geographical boundaries between India and Pakistan but an unparalleled scene of untold stories riots and conflagrations and outpouring of savagery unprecedented in scale and span. This epic turmoil had rocked not only the Indian sub continent but also the entire world. Frankly speaking the Partition of India resulted in shattering consequences. It would not be an exaggeration to say had there been no partition and only an united India (India and Pakistan) prevailed on the world map after independence then this state would have progressed more politically economically culturally etc. and ranked itself in the family of present day Superpowers. During the last few years however the Partition of India has been taken more seriously as a subject of inquiry. This humble anthology The Emergence of India and Pakistan presents a vivid journey to the final chapter of India's long struggle for freedom. It is hoped that the present endeavour will be widely consulted by potential researchers in our sub continent and abroad. 500 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 62709

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Title: Emergence of India and Pakistan

Publisher: Pentagon Press, New Delhi

Publication Date: 2007

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The partition of India 1947 took place during this phase. It was one of the great human convulsions, the world has ever witnessed. It was a bifurcation of geographical boundaries between India and Pakistan, as well as an unparalleled scene of untold stories, riots and conflagrations, and outpouring of savagery.

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