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Pakistan: The Formative Phase –, International Affairs, Volume 45, Issue 4, Article PDF first page preview This content is only available as a PDF. Pakistan: The Formative Phase –, International Affairs, Volume 45, Issue 4, 1 October , Pages , This content is only available as a PDF. Taking as the starting point, Khalid bin Sayeed relates the diverse factors which periodically heightened or lowered tension between the Hindus and Muslims of the subcontinent. Khalid B. Sayeed ; with a foreword by George Cunningham. Even thirty years after it was first.
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February 3: Nation goes to the polls. PML secures seats. February Nawaz Sharif sworn in as 19th Prime Minister. February Nawaz Sharif launches "Qarz utaro Mulk sanwaro" scheme.
Declares Sunday, instead of Friday as weekly holiday. May Saeed Anwar slams world record score of runs against India. May Pakistan conducts nuclear tests in Chagai hills in Balochistan.
May State Bank bans opening of new foreign currency accounts and suspends withdrawals. January A classic Test match as Pakistan defeat India by twelve runs.
April Pakistan conducts test of a nuclear-capable short-range ballistic missile, Shaheen. July Kargil War ends between Pakistan and India.
October Nawaz Sharif is ousted from power and placed under house arrest after attempting to sack General Pervez Musharraf. May Supreme Court validated the October coup and granted General Pervez Musharraf executive and legislative authority for three years.
December Nawaz Sharif along with family, sent into exile in Saudi Arabia. December Famous singer, Noor Jahan dies in Karachi. July Agra Summit starts. August New Local Government system installed, after holding of elections in three phases. April Musharraf wins in a referendum. October General election held in the country.
February Senate elections: Ruling party wins most seats in voting to the upper house. June President Pervez Musharraf meets G.
Bush in Camp David. July Lahore-Delhi bus service resumed after suspension of 18 months. December General Musharraf survived an assassination attempt in Rawalpindi. January 5: Musharraf meets Vajpayee in Islamabad, discusses Kashmir dispute.
Hassan Babar was born May Pakistan readmitted to Commonwealth. Shujaat Hussain as his interim successor. August Shaukat Aziz becomes Prime Minister.
July Government of Pakistan launches country-wide crackdown against extremist elements. He was April Pervez Musharraf lays foundation-stone of Diamir-Bhasha dam. July 8: Process to release over women prisoners from 55 jails across starts after Presidential Ordinance. July Iftikhar restored as Chief Justice of Pakistan.
October Bhutto, Benazir returned to Pakistan, after exile of about 8 years. November 3: Pervez Musharraf imposed emergency, most of the senior judges of Supreme Court ousted. November Nawaz Sharif returned Pakistan after 7 years of forced exile. December Emergency lifted, banned civil rights and suspended constitution restored.
February Elections are held amidst tight security. August Pervaiz Musharraf steps down as President of Pakistan.
Mohammadmian Soomro takes over as President. September 6: Asif Zardari wins presidential election with votes. September 9: Asif Zardari takes oath as President of Pakistan.
March 9: Militants attack bus with the touring Sri Lankan cricket team. All international cricket matches in Pakistan are suspended. Pakistan also loses its status as hosts for the cricket World Cup It is regarded as one of the most successful counter-insurgency operation in modern age 21 June Pakistan vs Sri Lanka in Final. Pakistan won by 8 wickets.
Captain Bilal zafar Abbasi got shahadat during Operation. Rah-e-Rast and awarded Sitar-e-Basalat. Article PDF first page preview. Issue Section:. You do not currently have access to this article.
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