Pakistan

75 Years Later, the Fading Ghosts of India’s Bloody Partition

Author(s): 
Mujib Mashal
Hari Kumar
Zia ur-Rehman
Publisher/Sponsor: 
The New York Times
https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/14/world/asia/british-india-partition-hindu-muslim.html

With the passing decades, nationalist fervor and mutual suspicion have largely replaced memories of mass death and displacement during the chaotic cleaving of Pakistan from India.

Why a majority of Muslims opposed Jinnah’s idea of Partition and stayed on in India

Author(s): 
Adrija Roychowdhury
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Indian Express
https://indianexpress.com/article/research/why-a-majority-of-muslims-opposed-jinnahs-idea-of-partition-and-stayed-on-in-india-8090835/

A standard narrative exists about the role of Muslims during the Partition in India, which talks about how the Muslim community, led by Muhammad Ali Jinnah and his Muslim League, stood for the two-nation theory and demanded the Partition of India. Historical documents, however, suggest that a majority of the Muslims opposed the Partition and stayed in India.

Five myths about the partition of British India - and what really happened

Author(s): 
Navtej Purewal
Eleanor Newbigin
Publisher/Sponsor: 
The Conversation
https://theconversation.com/five-myths-about-the-partition-of-british-india-and-what-really-happened-187131

How were India-Pakistan partition borders drawn?

Author(s): 
Mohammed Haddad
Alia Chughtai
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Al Jazeera
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/8/12/infographic-how-were-the-india-pakistan-partition-borders-drawn#:~:text=Seventy%2Dfive%20years%20ago%2C%20Sir,India%20and%20mainly%20Muslim%20Pakistan.

This animated map shows how the borders of the Indian subcontinent have evolved since the 1947 partition.

Indian, Pakistani brothers reunite after 75 years of Partition

Publisher/Sponsor: 
Gulf News
https://gulfnews.com/world/asia/india/indian-pakistani-brothers-reunite-75-years-after-partition-1.89873439

Pakistani farmer has helped reunite about 300 families through his YouTube channel

Displaced by partition, she visited Pakistan home after 75 years

Author(s): 
Aliza Noor
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Al Jazeera
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/8/13/displaced-by-partition-she-visited-pakistan-home-after-75-years

Last month, 90-year-old Reena Chhibber Varma, undeterred by age and ailments, embarked on a journey that many thought was impossible.

Fatima Jinnah: Mother of the Nation

M. Reza Pirbhai
Cambridge University Press
2017

Reena Varma: Teary-eyed Indian welcomed in Pakistan after 75 years

Author(s): 
Shumaila JafferyBBC News
Publisher/Sponsor: 
BBC News
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-62250407

Why the Partition of India and Pakistan still casts a long shadow over the region

Author(s): 
Erin Blakemore
Publisher/Sponsor: 
National Geographic
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/article/partition-of-india-and-pakistan-history-legacy

The end of British colonial rule birthed two sovereign nations—but hastily drawn borders caused simmering tensions to boil over. 75 years later, memories of Partition still haunt survivors.

The Economic Consequences of Partition: India and Pakistan

Author(s): 
Wayne Wilcox
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Journal of International Affairs
https://www.jstor.org/stable/24363272

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