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May
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comment Please provide me an example of a religious violence that was rooted at ethnic conflict
This is an example of terrorism.
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accepted Please provide me an example of a religious violence that was rooted at ethnic conflict
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revised Please provide me an example of a religious violence that was rooted at ethnic conflict
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revised Please provide me an example of a religious violence that was rooted at ethnic conflict
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asked Please provide me an example of a religious violence that was rooted at ethnic conflict
May
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comment Why did the the East-Pakistanis oppose Urdu as their national language while Indians accepted Hindi as theirs?
@Tom Au, Please be confined to 1952 Language Movement. Not 1971 Independence War.
May
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comment Why did the the East-Pakistanis oppose Urdu as their national language while Indians accepted Hindi as theirs?
"so they preferred to join neither" - wrong statement. EP joined WP and then got separated. "It's mainly a matter of degree." - unclear.
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revised Why did the the East-Pakistanis oppose Urdu as their national language while Indians accepted Hindi as theirs?
Spelling corrections.
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suggested suggested edit on Why did the the East-Pakistanis oppose Urdu as their national language while Indians accepted Hindi as theirs?
May
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comment Why did the the East-Pakistanis oppose Urdu as their national language while Indians accepted Hindi as theirs?
You are more closer than the previous answerer. Clarify these and get an acceptance (1) If the people of two areas had different ethnicity, why didn't East Pakistan join India in the first place? Why did it take 5 years to recognize the fact that they are different that WP? (2) Did India instigate the 1952 Language Movement? If yes, how? (3) If Indians can unite on the basis of Hinduism, why WP and EP can't on the basis of Muslimism?
May
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revised Why did the the East-Pakistanis oppose Urdu as their national language while Indians accepted Hindi as theirs?
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May
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accepted Who ruled India when the Abbasid ruler Harun al-Rashid was the Caliph of Baghdad?
May
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asked Who ruled India when the Abbasid ruler Harun al-Rashid was the Caliph of Baghdad?
Apr
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asked Information about the empire of King Dahir of India?
Apr
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asked Where can I find the history of military uniforms?
Apr
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comment Why, even, various developed countries faced Coup D'etat, Dictatorship and/or Civil War but India didn't?
Indians always felt the historical Maurya Kingdom as their land. In that sense, their land was disturbed by Arabs, Afghans, Persians, Mughals and finally British rules. They always aspired to put their land together. But they are unsuccessful still today. Pakistan, China and Bangladesh took some of their lands and shared among themselves. Assamese and south Indian separatist movements are not supported by majority of their own people.
Apr
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comment Why, even, various developed countries faced Coup D'etat, Dictatorship and/or Civil War but India didn't?
Your hypothesis may be true for modern state of India. But, historically India didn't face any separatist movement. Yes they were forced to be ruled by aliens but they always tended to stick together. Just study the case of Arabs. They got separated from Ottomans for no particular reason. In that sense Indian people are philosophically and morally more advanced. This may be the result of the teachings of their ancient Rishis.
Apr
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comment Why, even, various developed countries faced Coup D'etat, Dictatorship and/or Civil War but India didn't?
Language is an active ingredient of nationalism. Localized nationalism triggers movements. Just see Balkan states.
Apr
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comment Why, even, various developed countries faced Coup D'etat, Dictatorship and/or Civil War but India didn't?
I personally formed a hypothesis about this topic and that hypothesis is confirmed by the answer I accepted.
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comment Why, even, various developed countries faced Coup D'etat, Dictatorship and/or Civil War but India didn't?
I do not agree. China also has "in-built" diversity. See this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ethnic_groups_in_China . Even so China needs to use considerable muscle power to keep its territories together . Also see Russia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ethnic_groups_in_Russia . See their separatist movements: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…