East Pakistan

East Pakistan
East Pakistan
former province of Pakistan: since 1971, the country of Bangladesh

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  • East Pakistan — Infobox Former Pakistan subdivision subdivision = East Pakistan مشرقی پاکستان capital = Dhaka area = 144,000 languages = Bengali established = 14 October 1955 abolished = 25 March 1971 (Independence declared) 16 December 1971 (Recognized)… …   Wikipedia

  • East Pakistan — East′ Pak′istan n. geg a former province of Pakistan: since 1971 constitutes the country of Bangladesh …   From formal English to slang

  • East Pakistan — noun a Muslim republic in southern Asia bordered by India to the north and west and east and the Bay of Bengal to the south; formerly part of India and then part of Pakistan; it achieved independence in 1971 • Syn: ↑Bangladesh, ↑People s Republic …   Useful english dictionary

  • East Pakistan — geographical name the former E division of Pakistan comprising the E portion of Bengal see Bangladesh …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • East Pakistan — former name of Bangladesh. * * * …   Universalium

  • East Pakistan — /ist pækəˈstan/ (say eest pakuh stahn), / ˈstæn/ (say stan), /pak / (say pahk ) noun former name (1947–71) of Bangladesh …   Australian English dictionary

  • East Pakistan Air Operations, 1971 — East Pakistan Air Operations Part of Indo Pakistani War of 1971 Date 2–16 December 1971 Location …   Wikipedia

  • East Pakistan Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist) — East Pakistan Communist Party (Marxist Leninist), a communist party in the erstwhile East Pakistan. The party emerged in 1966, after a split in the Communist Party of East Pakistan. Sukhendu Dastidar became the general secretary of EPCP(M L).Amin …   Wikipedia

  • East Pakistan Muslim Students' League — The East Pakistan Muslim Students League was founded following the independence of Pakistan to support the political activities and campaigns of the Muslim League in electoral politics. One of its founders was Sheikh Mujibur Rahman …   Wikipedia

  • Al-Badr (East Pakistan) — The Al Badr was the paramilitary wing of the Jamaat e Islami in Bangladesh (then East Pakistan) that earned infamy for its collaboration with the Pakistan Army against the Bengali nationalist movement in the Bangladesh Liberation War. The group… …   Wikipedia