The Jammu & Kashmir Dispute
This dispute dates back to the partition of the British Indian Empire, in August 1947, into two independent states, Pakistan and India. At that time there were also around 565 princely states, large and small, which were under British suzerainty but were not directly ruled by the British Government. Most of these states joined either India or Pakistan taking into account their contiguity to one or the other country and the wishes of their people.
There were, however, some states over which problems arose, primarily because of India's insatiable desire to grab territory. For example, the Mu…
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