Pakistan Movement: History of Pakistan, Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma, Aga Khan Iii, Partition of India
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 139. Chapters: History of Pakistan, Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma, Aga Khan III, Syed Ahmed Khan, Partition of India, Two-Nation Theory, Direct Action Day, Aligarh Muslim University, Punjab Muslim League, Khudai Khidmatgar, Chaudhry Niaz Ali Khan, Radcliffe Line, All-India Muslim League, C. R. formula, Muslim nationalism in South Asia, Qazi Zafar Hussain, Hindi-Urdu controversy, Yusuf Ali Chowdhury, Qazi Mazhar Qayyum, 1946 Cabinet Mission to India, Chaudhry Naseer Ahmad Malhi, Lahore Resolution, Khilafat Movement, Mian Kifait Ali, A Short History of Pakistan, Noakhali genocide, Abdul Hafeez, Allama Makhdoom Muhammad Hashim Thattvi, Qissa Khwani Bazaar massacre, East Pakistan Renaissance Society, Places in Pakistan with Hindu and Sikh populations before 1947, Round Table Conferences, Pir Ilahi Bux, Unionist Muslim League, All India Muhammadan Educational Conference, Allah Baksh Sarshar Uqaili, Nawab Sir Ziauddin Ahmed, Congress Rule in India 1937-1939, Muhammad Ali Jinnah's 11th August Speech, Pakistan Declaration, United Bengal, Independence Day, Maulana Taj Mohammad Amrothi, Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk Kamboh, Allahabad Address, Jamal Abro, All India Muslim Students Federation, Fourteen Points of Jinnah, Osmanistan, Allah Bakhsh Gabol, All Pakistan Muslim League, Shahzada Rehmatullah Khan Saddozai, Sikandar Hayat Khan, Republic Day, Aligarh Movement, Objectives Resolution, Muhammad Farid Khan, Mumtaz Shahnawaz, Qazi Muhammad Essa, Hafiz Muhammad Siddique, Ghulam Mustafa Qasmi, Allama Ali Khan Abro, Lahore Conference. Excerpt: The first known inhabitants of the modern-day Pakistan region are believed to have been the Soanian (Homo erectus), who settled in the Soan Valley and Riwat almost 2 million years ago. Over the next several thousand years, the region would develop into various civilizations like Mehrgarh and the...
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