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By Rachna Bisht Rawat
On 1 September 1965, Pakistan invaded Chamb district in Jammu and Kashmir, triggering a chain of tank battles, operations and counter-operations. It was once basically the bravery and well-executed strategic judgements of the warriors of the Indian military that countered the very genuine danger of wasting Kashmir to Pakistan. Recounting the battles fought via 5 various regiments, the narrative reconstructs the occasions of the 1965 Indo-Pakistan battle, outlining info by no means printed prior to, and recalls its unsung heroes.
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Pickle is very tasty but you know how bad it can be for you. Merely being fragrant and sour doesn’t make something good or better. Ask any doctor and you’ll know that sourness brings indigestion. But soda! ’ Munshi: ‘What’s this? ’ – (Originally published as Hindi Aur Urdu, in Manto Ke Mazameen, 1954) Thirteen Types of Freeloaders The Second World War brought severe shortages to India as goods and services were diverted to the war effort in Europe. The army had been expanded and consumed vast quantities of foodstuff.
The result of our conference is that we agree to giving you the right to possess a pillow and me the right to possess an egg. Both now have the material needed to retaliate in equal fashion if attacked. This ensures peace. Neither of us has the right to increase our arsenal without consulting the other, because this would threaten the peace. After some time, however, I bring to your notice your ownership of a pen knife which could, logically, double up as a weapon. You in turn point to the axe in my shed — using which I could sever your head with one swing.
Or he says, ‘Give me two tins. My stock’s coming tomorrow or the day after. ’ Type 12: The sort of extreme freeloader, seeing whom people tighten their grip on the cigarettes in their fingers. And they throw away their half-empty packet on the ground in his sight, as if it were empty. Type 13: The type who’ll chat with you for some time and then, as he’s leaving, pick up the half-empty pack you had tossed away, saying: ‘I’ll take this for my boy. ’ – (Originally published as Muft Noshon Ki Terah Qismein in Talkh, Tarsh Aur Shireen, 1954) * the brand smoked by M A Jinnah How Arms Control Works Manto lived through the Second World War and his most productive writing years in India were between 1939-1945.
1965: Stories from the Second Indo-Pakistan War by Rachna Bisht Rawat