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Road to Pakistan

Road to Pakistan Author B. R. Nanda
ISBN-10 9781136704772
Release 2013-07-03
Pages 384
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This is a biography of Mohammad Ali Jinnah and the story of the creation of Pakistan. At a time of much interest and concern about Pakistan in the international community, this volume provides a historical context which helps in an understanding of the present. It traces the development of the Muslim identity on the Indian subcontinent and follows Jinnah as he rode the wave of Muslim communalism to ultimate success in the demand for the partition of India and the creation of Pakistan at independence from British rule. Jinnah’s successful espousal of the demand for Pakistan was a remarkable feat. In achieving this success, Jinnah traversed a long distance from the beliefs with which he entered public life. He started out a nationalist, as a protégé of senior Congress leaders like Dadabhai Naoroji. However, the introduction of separate electorates for Muslims after the Minto–Morley reforms in 1909 led him to change his position in order to appeal to his changed constituency. Even so, it was not until 1937 that he unabashedly played the religious card. He now began to see the Congress and the Hindus as his adversaries rather than the British. Through these twists and turns of posture, the one constant factor was his underlying ambition to remain in a position of leadership and eminence. This volume traces the zigzag course of Jinnah’s political life and the establishment of Pakistan within the broader framework of the Indian freedom struggle. Indeed the main players in this struggle with three protagonists were the Indian National Congress and the British rulers. This work demonstrates how this bigger struggle opened the door for Muslim separatism led by Jinnah. It was through this opening, aided by British moves to use the Muslim League as a foil to the Congress, that Jinnah very astutely led his party to success in its demand for the creation of Pakistan.



Jinnah India Partition Independence

Jinnah  India  Partition  Independence Author Jaswant Singh
ISBN-10 0195479270
Release 2010-03-04
Pages 565
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The issues concerning the Partition of India in 1947 have long been debated both by Indian and Pakistani historians, but now a leader directly responsible for the Defence and Foreign Affairs of India has come forward with a historical appraisal that helps both countries come to a better understanding of the contentions between them. Jaswant Singh has not written a hagiography of Jinnah, but focused on him as a key figure in the final deliberations preceding Independence.



The Political Career of Mohammad Ali Jinnah

The Political Career of Mohammad Ali Jinnah Author William Stafford Metz
ISBN-10 0195476735
Release 2010
Pages 168
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Based on the author's dissertation (Ph. D.)--University of Pennsylvania, 1952.



Jinnah of Pakistan

Jinnah of Pakistan Author Stanley A. Wolpert
ISBN-10 0195678591
Release 2005-07-12
Pages 421
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This Is The First Scholarly Biography Of One Of The Most Important Political Figure Of The Modern World.



The Charismatic Leader

The Charismatic Leader Author Sikandar Hayat
ISBN-10 0195474759
Release 2008
Pages 386
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This book provides a detailed and systematic analysis of the charismatic leadership of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the leader of Indian Muslims during the crisis-ridden decade of 1937-47. Based on the concept of charisma formulated by Max Weber and developed by recent writers, the study concentrates on the 'personality-related' and 'situational' factors that led to the emergence of Jinnah as the charismatic leader of the Muslims and sustained him in that role until the creation of Pakistan. In explaining and explicating Jinnah's charisma, his early political career and the crises facing the Muslims of British India, both systemic and of leadership, have been examined at length. Although Jinnah has been acknowledged as a charismatic leader before, no previous study has defined and discussed the concept of charisma so methodically or employed it to analyze his leadership in such a systematic manner. In this sense, this book is the first exposition of Jinnah's charismatic leadership in scholarly literature.



Mr and Mrs Jinnah

Mr and Mrs Jinnah Author Sheela Reddy
ISBN-10 9780143439660
Release 2017-02-10
Pages 440
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Mohammad Ali Jinnah was forty years old, a successful barrister and a rising star in the nationalist movement when he fell in love with pretty, vivacious Ruttie Petit, the daughter of his good friend, the fabulously rich Parsi baronet, Sir Dinshaw Petit. But Ruttie was just sixteen and her outraged father forbade the match. However, when she turned eighteen, they married. Bombay society was scandalized, and Ruttie and Jinnah were ostracized. It was an unlikely union that few thought would last. But Jinnah, in his undemonstrative, reserved way, was unmistakably devoted to his beautiful, wayward child-bride. And Ruttie, on her part, worshipped him, and could tease and cajole the famously unbending Jinnah. But as tumultuous political events increasingly absorbed him, Ruttie felt isolated and alone, cut off from her family, friends and community. She died at twenty-nine, leaving behind her daughter, Dina, and her inconsolable husband, who never married again. Sheela Reddy uses never-before-seen personal letters of Ruttie and her close friends as well as accounts left by contemporaries and friends to portray this marriage that convulsed Indian society. A product of intensive and meticulous research in Delhi, Bombay and Karachi, this is a must-read for all those interested in politics, history, and the power of an unforgettable love story.



Midnight s Furies

Midnight s Furies Author Nisid Hajari
ISBN-10 9781445648095
Release 2015-06-03
Pages 336
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After centuries of British rule, nobody expected Indian Independence and the birth of Pakistan to be so bloody - they were supposed to be the answer to the dreams of Muslims and Hindus. Jawaharlal Nehru, Gandhi's protégé and the political leader of India, believed Indians were an inherently nonviolent, peaceful people. Pakistan's founder, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, was a secular lawyer, not a firebrand. But in August 1946, exactly a year before Independence, Calcutta erupted in street-gang fighting. A cycle of riots - targeting Hindus, then Muslims, then Sikhs - spiraled out of control. As the summer of 1947 approached, all three groups were heavily armed and on edge, and the British rushed to leave. Hell let loose. Trains carried Muslims west and Hindus east to their slaughter. Some of the most brutal and widespread ethnic cleansing in modern history erupted on both sides of the new border, carving a gulf between India and Pakistan that remains a root cause of many evils. From jihadi terrorism to nuclear proliferation, the searing tale told in Midnight's Furies explains all too many of the headlines we read today.



My brother

My brother Author Fatima Jinnah
ISBN-10 UOM:39015017732945
Release 1987
Pages 110
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Quaid i Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah

Quaid i Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah Author Mahomed Ali Jinnah
ISBN-10 9693515056
Release 2004-01-01
Pages 182
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Quaid i Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Quaid i Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Quaid i Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah book for free.



The Sole Spokesman

The Sole Spokesman Author Ayesha Jalal
ISBN-10 0521458501
Release 1994
Pages 310
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'Ayesha Jalal's book is an important scholarly account of ... the partition of India in 1947.' American Historical Review



Verdict On India

Verdict On India Author Beverley Nichols
ISBN-10 9781473387348
Release 2013-04-16
Pages 264
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A fascinating window onto the British mind-set concerning India during the early and mid-20th century.



Jinnah

Jinnah Author
ISBN-10 9385152939
Release 2015
Pages 490
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Jinnah has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Jinnah also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Jinnah book for free.



Instant City

Instant City Author Steve Inskeep
ISBN-10 9780143122166
Release 2012-09-25
Pages 284
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Analyzes the growing metropolis of Karachi, Pakistan, including the importance of regional stability to American security interests, the terrorist bombing of a Shia religious procession, and the challenging religious, ethnic, and political divides.



Zulfi Bhutto of Pakistan

Zulfi Bhutto of Pakistan Author Stanley A. Wolpert
ISBN-10 UOM:39015029859652
Release 1993
Pages 378
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No individual in the history of Pakistan--indeed, few people in modern history--have achieved greater popular power or suffered so ignominious a death as Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. Bhutto's political rise and fall were so meteoric that his name became a legend in the land he once ruled. Indeed, a full decade after his execution his continuing popularity ensured the election of his daughter, Benazir, to the premier position he once held. As she campaigned in Sind and Punjab, the crowds cried "Jiye Bhutto!"--"Bhutto Lives!"--and the Bhutto they meant was Zulfi. Zulfi Bhutto of Pakistan tells the story of this remarkable life in a vivid, insightful narrative. Written by Stanley Wolpert, a leading authority on South Asia and the author of the acclaimed biography Jinnah of Pakistan, the volume traces the life of this remarkable figure from the colorful days of his feudal ancestors to his imprisonment and hanging at the hands of a military dictatorship. Bhutto, Wolpert writes, was a charismatic and contradictory man, a microcosmic reflection of Pakistan itself--a nation born out of division with India which later fell victim to its own internal split with the creation of Bangladesh. Wolpert follows him from his privileged youth in British-ruled India, to his years as a student at USC and UC Berkeley (where he sported a thin moustache, shiny two-tone shoes, and proved a keen, if rakish, fraternity brother), to Oxford and back to Pakistan. Bhutto climbed to the heights of power with amazing swiftness, winning a seat in the central Cabinet of Pakistan at the unprecedented age of thirty. Wolpert weaves Pakistan's turbulent politics and repeated wars with India together with Bhutto's ambitious maneuvering, tracing his rise to Foreign Minister, the founding of his own political movement, and finally leadership of the nation. The story of Bhutto's sometimes brilliant, sometimes quixotic career is a fascinating one, and Wolpert tells it well, through Bhutto's triumphant years in the mid-1970s, the military coup in 1977, and his treacherous imprisonment and execution in 1979. Like the nation he embodied, Bhutto led a sprawling, ambitious, and tragic existence. Wolpert's intensively researched, engagingly written account captures the scheming, the grandeur, and the contradictions of one of modern history's most fascinating figures.



Secular and Nationalist Jinnah

Secular and Nationalist Jinnah Author Ajeet Jawed
ISBN-10 0195476743
Release 2009
Pages 274
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Political biography of Mohammed Ali Jinnah, 1876-1948, statesman and founder of Pakistan.



Indian Summer

Indian Summer Author Alex von Tunzelmann
ISBN-10 9781471114762
Release 2012-10-25
Pages 480
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The stroke of midnight on 15 August 1947 liberated 400 million Indians from the British Empire. One of the defining moments of world history had been brought about by a tiny number of people, including Jawaharlal Nehru, the fiery prime minister-to-be; Gandhi, the mystical figure who enthralled a nation; and Louis and Edwina Mountbatten, the glamorous but unlikely couple who had been dispatched to get Britain out of India without delay. Within hours of the midnight chimes, however, the two new nations of India and Pakistan would descend into anarchy and terror. INDIAN SUMMERdepicts the epic sweep of events that ripped apart the greatest empire the world has ever seen, and reveals the secrets of the most powerful players on the world stage: the Cold War conspiracies, the private deals, and the intense and clandestine love affair between the wife of the last viceroy and the first prime minister of free India. With wit, insight and a sharp eye for detail, Alex von Tunzelmann relates how a handful of people changed the world for ever.



Purifying the Land of the Pure

Purifying the Land of the Pure Author Farahnaz Ispahani
ISBN-10 9780190621650
Release 2017-02-01
Pages 224
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In Purifying the Land of the Pure, Farahnaz Ispahani analyzes Pakistan's policies towards its religious minority populations, both Muslim and non-Muslim, since independence in 1947.