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Pakistan The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is a nation in South Asia that was formed from the Muslim majority provinces of The Raj . At the time of its formation, it consisted of two halves separated by 2000 miles of India . The Eastern half eventually revolted and became Bangladesh, after which West Pakistan simply became Pakistan. Pakistan is nominally The Federation consisting of the four major provinces: Punjab Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa [KPK] Balochistan Sindh Two federally administered territories: Federally Administered Tribal Area [FATA] (of War On Terror fame) Islamabad Capital District And its two disputed holdings in the Kashmir Region (which are a cross between a protectorate, a puppet state, and a province): Azad Kashmir Gilgit-Baltistan The origin of Pakistanis With Panters Examples of the following Arch Enemy : India, ever since its founding (but even more so since India helped Bangladesh gain independence from Pakistan in a war in 1971). The never-ending Kashmir conflict ensures this will continue for some time. Boom Town : Karachi, Pakistan's Mega City / Merchant City and main port, is also one of the largest and fastest-growing in the world. Mind, prior to independence, the city was a relatively sleepy port town.
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The City Vs The Country : A big component of Sindhi politics, rightly or wrongly , thanks to the ethnic makeup within Karachi being vastly different from Sindh Province where it resides and the power dynamics between the two. Plays out more generally with the rest
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