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Jinnah repeatedly promised equal rights of citizenship to all in Pakistan. ‘We do not prescribe any school boy tests for loyalty,’ he said.
I certainly do not blame India for the problems in Pakistan today. So, do not expect Zainab Sikander to blame Pakistan for whatever is wrong with India.
Pakistan’s Quaid-e-Azam impacts the lives of Indian Muslims today more deeply than any other pre-Independence leader ever has.
Journalist Kuldip Nayar recounts Lal Bahadur Shastri saying Kashmir may have had a different fate if what Jinnah believed had come true.
On his 115th birth anniversary, ThePrint looks at the Dalit activist who traversed the distance to Pakistan, only to return back.
For the first time, India’s leaders have sought to redefine the country effectively as a home for South Asians that aren’t Muslims.
ThePrint remembers Pakistan’s founder and ‘Quaid-e-Azam’ (father of the nation) Muhammad Ali Jinnah on his 142nd birth anniversary.
Imran Khan’s tweet shows what happens when you grow up in a country whose Constitution is not fundamentally equal.
Asaduddin Owaisi said he was Indian by choice, and added Indian Muslims had rejected Muhammad Ali Jinnah's two-nation theory.
When Pakistan goes to polls on 25 July, it will be the first time that two consecutively elected governments are handing over power, but political parties fear that the army is mounting a soft coup.
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