Despite its secular facade, some provisions of the Indian Constitution contravene genuine secularism, as evidenced by distinct personal laws, limited religious freedom, religious-based reservations, governmental control over institutions, and religion\'s influence over politics.
Uniquely born and uniquely existing, this is the story of Pakistan’s 76 years as a free country.
In 1971, Bengali insurgents committed genocide against non-Bengalis, routinely capturing and abusing hundreds of thousands of women. Their accounts have been overshadowed by false propaganda portraying Pakistan as the lone villain in the Bangladesh episode.
Decades after the Lahore Resolution, the nation celebrates \"Pakistan Day\" with much fanfare and a kind of nationalism that is made up of a conglomerate of various delusions and desires.