Indo-Bangladesh Relationship (1971-1990)

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Title: Indo-Bangladesh Relationship (1971-1990)
Author: Mantoo, Shahnawaz Ahmad (Scholar); Naseema Akhter, (Guide)
Abstract: The dissertation has been undertaken with logical and analytical means to come across the region that occupies space on the map in the name of South Asia. The region is constituted of many countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Srilanka, Bhutan, Nepal, and Maldives. This region has, since time immemorial, achieved relevance in one way or the other. It had has got to unleash certain geographic, political, economic specialties that made it attractive and subservient to the varied interests. The region for keeping a balance among the nations and arresting hegemony of any one on the scene witnessed voluminous importance, and has caught sharp imaginations of the people. Therefore, its impregnable importance invited big guns like, USA, USSR, China, India, and Pakistan to set the stage right in the region, which otherwise would end in any bitter experience. Their mindful exercises sometimes left the region in the lurch and therefore, what would have blessed it became detrimental force to wither away its resource both manual and material. The region became more imperative and meaningful since the partition of Indian subcontinent, which approved two countries of the said region to appear from a single embryo. The countries, in cumulative argument, that surfaced out of this doleful state were „India and Pakistan‟. The two countries looked all firm to dilute or shrink the geographical boundaries of each other which culminated sometimes into heinous acts. The two nascent countries used main and might to command secure position. This tussle at times motivated only and only with wars which without an iota of doubt played ducks and drags with the potentialities of the two countries. The issues between the two were sometimes pacified by either indulging in dialogues or negotiating with broadmindedness after succumbing to political expediencies. However, what acidified their already wavered taste was appearance of struggle of East Pakistan for the goal of independence. This came as a stigma to the sub-continent and added insult to injury. The people of East Pakistan put everything at stake to see this dream come true. This country came into existence because of the concerted efforts and after a tooth nail fight which shed blood even of intellectuals besides soldiers who fought out in the middle. This ultimately won favours for Bengalese in 1971 and blessed them with what is called „Independence‟.
URI: http://dspaces.uok.edu.in/jspui//handle/1/1019
Date: 2011


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