The term ‘Pakistan’ is used to describe a province in Pakistan.
It is not a state.
The country does not have any borders.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has used it to describe India, and it is widely understood in India to be an expression of pride and affection for Pakistan.
The term “hindo” is an Indian term for the Bengali word for India, Bengali.
But the word “hindu” is also used in India and India is the Indian word for “nation.”
In the English-speaking world, Hindi has become the lingua franca, and a new term is being coined to describe the country.
What is the difference?
The first part of the question is very simple.
There is no difference between “Pakistani” and “India.”
Pakistan has been ruled for a long time by the Pakistani government, so the name “Pakistan” means “one country.”
But India’s government has not ruled Pakistan since independence from British colonial rule in 1947.
The two countries have a history of tension and war.
They have fought wars in the name of nationalism, and their countries are very close to each other in size and size of their respective territories.
But they have been a part of a political and military alliance that has not collapsed, and they are still close to the U.S. The name “India” has been used to represent India since 1947.
In that sense, “India,” or India, has never existed in the same sense as Pakistan.
There are no ethnic groups that call themselves “Indian,” “Indian-born,” “India-speakers,” or “Indian Muslims.”
India is a nation, and there are no national identities or religious groups that claim allegiance to one country.
India is an independent country, not a colonial power.
What happens if we use the word Pakistan?
If you think of India as a nation or a state, it might be a bit confusing.
If we use “Pakistan,” we are not talking about a single country but a large, diverse country.
There were countries in the region before the arrival of the Europeans and they were called the subcontinent or the peninsula.
The word “Pakistan.”
Pakistan’s people are Muslims, but Pakistanis do not identify with either Islam or Hinduism.
Pakistanis have a mix of faiths, including Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Hinduism, and Sunni Islam.
Muslims in Pakistan and Pakistanis in India share the same religion, but they also share different social and economic institutions and customs.
If the two countries were to declare independence and go their separate ways, the term “Pakistanistan” would be meaningless.
It would be a very confusing term to use.
The second part of this question is more complicated.
The United States and Pakistan do not have diplomatic relations.
The U.N. has no permanent seat on the Security Council, but the U-N.
General Assembly is an advisory body for the U