By Samuel Willard Crompton
Книга Pakistan PakistanКниги География Автор: Samuel Willard Crompton Год издания: 2002 Формат: pdf Издат.:Chelsea residence courses Страниц: 112 Размер: 3,7 ISBN: 0791070980 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Pakistan (Modern global international locations)
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From the time of Mohenjo-daro and Harappa, people have moved up and down the Indus River, across the Punjab, through the Khyber Pass, and into Afghanistan. The northern mountain areas have been more secluded, less influenced by passing conquerors and merchants. Even there, however, different villages and clans sometimes display an astounding variety of customs and attitudes. Given the great diversity that exists among the peoples of Pakistan, it makes sense to follow the sentiments of the horsetrader in the novel Kim, that the faiths and peoples are like horses: They all have merit in their own region.
Relations with India improved modestly, and Pakistan made important moves forward in irrigation, building the Tarbela Dam and bringing electricity to many parts of the country. Military leader General Ayub Khan inspired a good deal of confidence. If there was one burning issue that was often swept under the rug, it was population growth. Pakistan’s population increased from about 70 million to 100 million people between 1950 and 1980, and the explosion was particularly felt in urban areas.
His Macedonian soldiers, however, weary of a decade of military campaigns, staged a sit-down protest against their leader. They refused to go any farther. They wanted to return to their wives and families in Macedonia. Although he was furious over his men’s disobedience, Alexander agreed to return home. He built a fleet of boats, and the Macedonian Army floated down the length of the Indus River. Alexander divided his army into two sections. The first (and luckier) group of men boarded the boats and sailed along the Arabian coast on their way back to Persia.