(ix) The Governments of India and Pakistan, as well as the State and Provincial Governments, will generally be the subject of recommendations when supported by the two Central Ministers. In case of disagreement between the two central ministers, the matter is referred to the Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan, who will resolve them themselves or determine the agency and procedure by which it will be resolved. The cooperation values shown in Table 1 show that the Value of Indo-Pakistani cooperation was 0.4 in 1970 and rose to 0.96 in 1980. The value was at the level of 0.88 for a few years before rising again in 2010 and crossing the threshold of 1 in 2011. That is why we see in the 1970s a significant change in the overall level of treaty design and interweaving between India and Pakistan. In 1971, India`s support for India`s independence led India and Pakistan to go to war. India`s support for the success of Bangladesh`s liberation movement has deteriorated diplomatic relations between the two neighbors. The authors thank Alicia Rodriguez Castillo and Billy Hines for their help in reading and coding all contracts between India and Pakistan. Tashkent Agreement (January 10, 1966), an agreement signed by Indian Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri (died the next day) and President Ayub Khan of Pakistan, which ended the 17-day war between Pakistan and India from August to September 1965.
A ceasefire was ensured by the United Nations Security Council on 22 September 1965. (x) With regard to Tripura, the two central ministers shall form a commission and shall carry out the tasks entrusted to the minority commissions of East Bengal, West Bengal and Assam under the agreement. Before the expiry of the period referred to in point E, the two Central Ministers shall make recommendations on the establishment of appropriate mechanisms for the performance of the tasks of the minority commissions for East Bengal, West Bengal and Assam. 32. Financial adjustment for benefit pensions paid in the British colonies on behalf of India and Pakistan It was found that, as a result of the agreement between India and the United Kingdom, according to which responsibility for all sterling pensions to be paid by the central and national government in India, including those paid in British colonies, Was established with effect from 1 1955, all sums that can be recovered by the Pakistani government as a result of the sterling pensions they initially paid to the Indian states will be reimbursed by the British government. Representatives of the Government of Pakistan have taken note of this position. India and Pakistan are currently in a transitional phase between ad hoc (weak) and (strong) institutionalized cooperation. They barely passed the threshold of 1 in 2011, indicating that they are on the verge of becoming “cooperating rivals”, that is, they are permanent rivals who have institutionalized cooperation in such a way as to develop conflict management capabilities that prevent the resurgence of violent conflicts. . .