|Indo-Pakistani wars and conflicts|
|Location of India (orange) and Pakistan (green)|
|Date 22 October 1947 – ongoing Location Line of Control, India–Pakistan border Status Ongoing show Direct engagements:|
When and where was the first armed conflict between India and Pakistan?
The disputed status of Kashmir has been a source of conflict between India and Pakistan since the first Indo-Pakistan war in 1947. In particular, since 2013 ceasefire violations and border skirmishes have increased. Therefore, the two countries continue to be involved in an international armed conflict.
Has Pakistan ever won a war?
Closer home, in 73 years marked with four large wars against two adversaries, China and Pakistan, two have ended decisively. It is easy to remember the one we won, in 1971 against Pakistan, and impossible to forget the one we lost, in 1962 to China.
Did Pakistan used to be part of India?
The new countries were India and Pakistan. … Britain had ruled India for almost 200 years, but in August 1947 that all came to an end. What was British India was divided into two independent states which would rule themselves: India, and Pakistan. Pakistan was split across two areas, which were 1,240 miles apart.
Who won 1971 war?
End of 1971 war
India’s military dominance was proved when it captured nearly one-third of West Pakistan’s army, leading to their surrender. The war ended with the liberation of East Pakistan and the formation of Bangladesh.