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The top hits on December 16, 1971 were Family Affair by Sly & The Family Stone, Brand New Key by Melanie, Have You Seen Her by The Chi-Lites in US and Ernie (The Fastest Milkman In The West) by Benny Hill, Jeepster by T Rex, Coz I Luv You by Slade in UK. This day in 30 sec. Discover how the world looked like in 1971.
Dec 16, 1971 · Bangladesh’s insistence on the figure of 3 million dead is a complete fabrication and was cooked up by India solely for propaganda purposes after the surrender of Pakistan’s armed forces in December 1971. The period between April and December 1971 was when most of the deaths were supposed to have occurred, but life in Dhaka appeared to be completely normal, barring a few days of curfew following the insane and stupid decision of the army commander to kill professors and faculty members ...
Dec 16, 1971 · War is not just fought in the battlefield it's also fought through mass communication. Pakistan, rightly choose to underplay the separation of Bangladesh, as the political and the military class had to appear invincible to their masses.
Dec 29, 2020 · Pakistan, in its current form, came into being on December 16, 1971. It was carved out, not from a Hindu-majority subcontinent like its predecessor, but from a Bengali-majority remnant of an ideological experiment. The country born on August 14, 1947, which had been founded on religious nationalism
Nov 20, 2009 · “The 16th of December 1971 was a day of transformation. It turned caged birds into free birds. On a single day, our life changed for the rest of our life. It was like a knife blade, which severed the past from the future. It forever erased the ignominy of being ruled by others and brought us the resplendent dawn of freedom.”
On December 16, 1971 East Pakistan became an independent and free state of Bangladesh. Nowhere, in both textbooks is there a mention of the documented atrocities committed by the Pakistan Army which includes rapes, targeted killings against the Mukti Bahini and the genocide of the Bengali population.
Mar 21, 2021 · Those who were taken prisoner on 16 December 1971 remained as prisoners of war in camps in India for three years. As many as 195 of Pakistan’s military officers were officially named as war criminals by the Bangladesh government, to be tried in Dhaka, but were eventually freed through a tripartite agreement between India, Pakistan and ...