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Pakistan: From Jinnah to Jehad

S.K. Datta (Author)
Synopsis Jinnah never used the word jehad—his followers did—but he propagated such policies that can well be classified as jehad in the prevailing scenario. His direct action programme of August 1946 personified the jehadi in Jinnah. In many ways Jinnah was the most prominent jehadi in the Indian subcontinent. His concept of two nation politics helped him succeed single-handedly in creating the Muslim state of Pakistan—in the process leaving more Muslims in India than there are n Pakistan. The new state of Pakistan inherited the personality trait of its creator—distrust for Indians—which gradually transformed into hatred for India. The post-Jinnah Pakistan carried forward his legacy. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto vowed a thousand years’ war with India. Zia ul-Haq discretely told Rajiv Gandhi that his country too had the nuclear bomb. Now the self-elected Commando President Pervez Musharraf is playing the cracked record of Kashmir and threatening India with nukes. Musharraf is slowly but steadily contributing to what has been the utmost fear since the creation of Pakistan—the clash of civilizations. Pakistan: From Jinnah to Jehad analyses the contemporary situation and looks at the future strategic scenario. Past, it is said, can foretell the future. In Pakistan, the past has been repeating itself with an amazing regularity. This intensively researched book also turns the spotlight on China and reveals the fact that the Chinese leadership, during its 1962 aggression, had suggested to Pakistan to open another military front and resolve the Kashmir issue once for all, but Ayub Khan had developed cold feet.
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S.K. Datta

Dr. S.K. Datta obtained his B.Sc. Spl. Hons. (Botany) degree in 1968 and M.Sc. (Botany) with specialization in cytogenetics and plant breeding degree in 1970 from Kalyani University, West Bengal. He started his research carrier in the field of induced mutagenesis for crop improvement at Bose Institute, Kolkata since April 1971 and obtained his Ph.D. degree in 1976 from Calcutta University for his thesis entitled “Cytogenetical studies in Trichosanthes anguina L.”. Dr. Datta joined National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow in 1977 and started his further research activities on improvement of different ornamental crops through induced mutagenesis. He has developed more than 80 new varieties in different ornamentals for floriculture trade through induced mutation. He was awarded D.Sc. degree in Botany for his extensive work on ornamentals. Dr. Datta has been associated with several professional societies and committee. Dr. Datta has published over 175 research papers on mutation breeding in National and International journals. He has published one book “Ornamental Plants: role of Mutation” and five Bulletins. He was invited to presents his paper on mutation for the Advancement of Breeding Research in Asia and Oceania (1989); at Vienna, Austria during International Symposium on the contribution of Plant Mutation Breeding to crop improvement, 1990; at Vienna, Austria, during FAO/IAEA International Symposium on the use of induced mutation and molecular techniques for crop improvement, 1995; at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, during International Nuclear Conference 2002. Dr. Datta was also deputed to Berlin under CSIR-DAAD Scientists Exchange Programme for two months (1992). Considering the quantum of work done and published literature on induced mutagenesis, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Vienna selected. Dr. Datta as “Expert on Mission” for evaluation of mutation breeding project sponsored by IAEA to Philippines (October 2001); and Jakarta, Indonesia for project evaluation mission. Dr. Datta is now Deputy Director, Coordinator and Head, Botanic Garden and Floriculture, NBRI and he is working on different aspects related to cytomorphology, in vivo and in vitro induced mutagenesis, conventional breeding, tissue culture, management of chimera, conservation, dehydration of flowers and floral crafts etc. on different ornamentals like Amaryllis, Asiatic Hybrid Lily, Bougainvillea, Chrysanthemum, Dahlia, Gerbera, Marigold, Gladiolus, Hibiscus, rose, tuberose, Lantana depressa, Orchid etc.

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Bibliographic information

Title Pakistan: From Jinnah to Jehad
Author S.K. Datta
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8174763996
length xii+350p., Appendices; Index.