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Independent nation in the form of Dominion of Pakistan within the British Commonwealth as the result of Pakistan Movement and the partition of India. Wikipedia

  • Pakistan

    Country in South Asia. World's fifth-most populous country with a population exceeding 212.2 million. Wikipedia

  • Pakistan–Russia relations

    Pakistan–Russia relations or Russo-Pakistani relations refers to the bilateral relations between the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the Russian Federation. The Soviet Union and Pakistan first established the diplomatic and bilateral relations on 1 May 1948. Wikipedia

  • Pakistan Army

    Land service branch of the Pakistan Armed Forces. The roots of its modern existence trace back to the British Indian Army that ceased to exist following the Partition of British India, resulting in the parliamentary act that established the independence of Pakistan (as the Dominion of Pakistan) from the United Kingdom on 14 August 1947. Wikipedia

  • Pakistan Armed Forces

    The Pakistan Armed Forces (پاکستان مسلح افواج; ) are the combined military forces of Pakistan. They are the sixth-largest in the world in terms of active military personnel and consist of three formally uniformed services—the Army, Navy, and Air Force, which are backed by various constitutionally−sanctioned paramilitary forces. Wikipedia

  • Foreign relations of Pakistan

    The Islamic Republic of Pakistan maintains a large diplomatic network across the world. Second largest Muslim-majority country in terms of population and is the only Muslim majority nation to have possession of nuclear weapons. Wikipedia

  • West Pakistan

    One of the two exclaves created during the formation of Pakistan through the Partition of British India in 1947. Physically separated into two exclaves, with the western and eastern wings geographically separated from each other by India. Wikipedia

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