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The ability of Jinnah to unite a series of political expediencies with the popular appeal of Islam to demand a separate state for the Muslim people, has brought him the accolade 'the founder of...

M. Naeem Qureshi on a remnant of empire which has moved beyond being a mere repository of the Raj.

Volume: 47 Issue: 9 1997

Jean Alphonse Bernard considers the two key provinces and how they became touchstones and then powderkegs in the nationalist aspirations of both sides.

Volume: 47 Issue: 9 1997

The ability of Jinnah to unite a series of political expediencies with the popular appeal of Islam to demand a separate state for the Muslim people, has brought him the accolade 'the founder of Pakistan'. 

Volume: 34 Issue: 2 1984

Victory over the tribesmen on the North-west frontier of British India, writes James Lunt, is still commemorated by Sikh regiments.

Volume: 27 Issue: 4 1977

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