Ummed Singh

A Little Hatred

Enemy in friend or neighbour

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Table of content

  1. What is hate
  2. A Little Hatred
  3. Quarrel between India and Pakistan
  4. Israel and Palestine quarrel
  5. Ram and Ravan
  6. Krishna and Kansh
  7. Durga and Durgam
  8. Dharma and Adharma
  9. Computer and Book
  10. End of the Hate story


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What is hate

Kargil Vijay Diwas is a very important day. for all the countrymen of independent india . This day is celebrated in India every year on 26th July. On this day of the year between the Indian and Pakistani armies in 1999 was Kargil war which lasted about 60 days and the end of the day July 26 and India's victory. This day is celebrated to honor the Indian soldiers who were martryed in the Kargil Vijay Diwas war . 


Military conflict continued for many days even after yhe indo park of 1971 . According to history, tensions were increased due to nuclear tests by both countries. To defuse the situation, both the countries signed the declaration in February 1999 in Lahore. In which the Kashmir issue was promised to be resolved peacefully through bilateral talks. But Pakistan started sending its soldiers and para-military forces across the Line of Control by hiding and this incursion was named "Operation Badr". Its main objective was to break the link between Kashmir and Ladakh and remove the Indian Army from the Siachen Glacier. Pakistan also believes that any tension in the region will help to make the Kashmir issue an international issue. 

Initially it was considered an infiltration and it was claimed that they would be thrown out in a few days. But after searching along the Line of Control and discovering the difference in the tactics employed by these infiltrators, the Indian Army realized that the attack was planned on a much larger scale. After this the Government of India sent 2,00,000 soldiers in the name of Operation Vijay. The war officially ended on 26 July 1999. During this war 550 soldiers sacrificed their lives and around 1400 were injured.