Agreements Between Pakistan And India
Relations between India and Pakistan have been complex and largely hostile due to a number of historical and political events. Relations between the two states were defined by the violent division of British India in 1947, which triggered the Kashmir conflict, and by the numerous military conflicts between the two nations. As a result, their relationship was tormented by hostility and mistrust. Northern India and Pakistan overlap in some common demographic characteristics and lingua francas (mainly Punjabi, Sindhi and Hindustani). Some Indians and Pakistanis marry across the border. Many Indians and Pakistanis marry in the diaspora, especially in the United States, as there are great cultural similarities between the two countries.  1965 – India and Pakistan make their second war.