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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 1, Issue 11, Part A (2015)

Terrorism: A Threat for India or World

Author(s)
Jagdeep singh
Abstract
India and China-both-were reborn as a sovereign political entity in the middle of the last century. However, both have. Merited their bright and illuminating philosophy, geography and history, which had the capacity, not only to guide their respective nations, but the whole world. China's rebirth is attributed to the civil war between the Kuomintang (the old Chinese regime) and the new Moist forces, in which the old regime was completely defeated and ousted from the main land. India's rebirth is attributed to the partition of the subcontinent, into two units-the dominion of India and the dominion of Pakistan. China's Civil War was fought on basis of economic-cum-political philosophy, while the division of the Indian subcontinent was purely on religious basis-the two nation’s theory propounded by Mohammed Ali Jinnah. It is interesting to note that at one stage, Jinnah was the staunch follower of Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tikal, the acknowledged secularist leader, who believed in the cooperation and active participation, of all the religions, sects, pants, castes and creeds of the Indian Society in accomplishing the ultimate goal of Swarajya.
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How to cite this article:
Jagdeep singh. Terrorism: A Threat for India or World. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(11): 59-63.
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