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It is an enigmatic saying of Alexander the Great that history repeats itself. Before the birth of Muhammad, India was the land of Kushan, the land of horse riding yellow cow temple, the land of Indo-Aryan (Ashoka and his edicts), the land of Buddhism (Varanasi, Sanchi, Baghwanpur), the land of rock cut architecture, the land of iron swords and arms (Saurashtra, Malwa, Punjab), the land of Brahmins, the land of yoga (Gorakhpur, Mathura), the land of medicine (Gaya), the land of codified law, the land of jurisprudence (Varanasi, Badami, Sanchi, Khajuraho), the land of palatial architecture, the land of superior scholars (Jahanara).’ Had Alexander lived to see it, he would surely have thought that the repetition was far from being a good omen. History is littered with repetition and yet it constantly eludes definition and the historians long ago decided that they did not know the facts. Indian history is no exception. The historiography of India, modern and ancient, has become fraught with a certain amount of uncertainty because it cannot claim a long established tradition.

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Pakistan lost the first of two wars, with India, in 1965. In that year, he gave one of the most famous speeches in the history of Pakistan. To save East Pakistan’s freedom fighters he proposed to the Pakistani government to declare East Pakistan as an independent state, known as East Pakistan, but before the East Pakistan could become independent, President Ayub Khan declared a state of emergency in East Pakistan and launched the war against the union. The Pakistan Army invaded West Pakistan as well as East Pakistan and killed the founder of Bangladesh, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The army fired on people, killing thousands of the the protestors. The governments of both West and East Pakistan were toppled with the support of President Ayub Khan, who was President in East and West Pakistan at the time. The United Nations suspended Pakistan in the war in November 1965. The war ended in a stalemate.
Pakistan gained independence on 15 August 1947. President Jinnah once again promised that the country would live up to the principles of democracy. After Independence, Jinnah actively pursued a policy of cultural homogeneity, banning non-Muslim institutions in the new state and setting up an Islamic education system and creating a patron-clientelistic system to take care of Muslims. The new state developed a policy of state-sponsored social engineering and the creation of a new social stratification along ethnic and religious lines. Pakistan has been in power since 31 March 1958. The first democratic election was held in 1966 for the National and Provincial Assemblies. Pervasive corruption, the mushrooming of land enclaves, the stagnation of the economy, inflation and a lack of economic development are the main problems of Pakistani society today. A civilian dictator, General Zia Ul-Haq, was elected president in 1977. He imposed a regime of martial law and was reelected in 1985, 1988 and 1990. Pakistan was devastated by the Kargil War in 1999, when India attacked Pakistani forces along the LoC to drive out a group of Kashmiri fighters who had crossed over from Pakistan. The government failed to meet the United Nations’ requirements for ceasefire and withdrew its forces. The government’s response to this attack was a military one. President Pervez Musharraf was declared a dictator as an emergency measure until the end of his term in 2008.