India - Pakistan relations has always been critical and has remained in the hype. Hence, this course is presented by Ayussh Sanghi who has done an analytical discussion on Indo - Pak relations. In this course, Ayussh will be speaking about the creation of Pakistan (East/ West) as a separate country after partition. Further, Ayussh proceeds with describing the cause for major crises between India and Pakistan by explaining the reason behind Kashmir becoming part of India. He has revealed issues following the partition. Partition has lead to the dispute on the basis of creation and liberation of Bangladesh from East Pakistan. Why did India get involved in the dispute between East and West Pakistan? He has also discussed the Siachen Glacier issue between the two countries relating it with the avalanche that happened in 2016 that led to the killing of more than 10 army men. Ayussh also throws light on the Sir Creek issue. What was it's historical importance and why is it disputed till now. Ayussh Sanghi has explained the Indus River Water Issue between the two countries and what has been done to resolve the issues. Ayussh Sanghi has explained how the improper civil-military relationship has led to overpowering Pakistan's government. Developing countries should be led in a different manner but Pakistan is not being governed accordingly. Ayussh also explains what was done by Indian PM, IK Gujaral in the form of Gujaral Doctrine, in order to have peaceful bilateral relations between South Asian countries. Ayussh lastly sheds light on the internal scenario of Pakistan currently. He has done an analytical discussion on the current economic and political condition of Pakistan. He explains how this current situation of Pakistan might create an impact in India. Tags: India- Pakistan relations, Current Affairs for UPSC CSE, Contemporary Issues for UPSC CSE, Recent Issues in News, UPSC CSE, UPSC CSE free videos, UPSC Online, UPSC Exam, UPSC Examination, UPSC Syllabus, UPSC, IAS Exam, IAS Questions, IAS Syllabus, IAS Preparation, IAS Exam Syllabus, CSE Exam, CSE Syllabus.