Who is the author of a train to Pakistan?
Khushwant Singh wrote the book "A Train to Pakistan." The novel was published in 1956. In 1998, a film was released that was based on his book. Pamela Rooks directed the movie.
Khushwant Singh .
Train to Pakistan was created in 1956.
Train to Pakistan has 181 pages.
The duration of Train to Pakistan - film - is 1.8 hours.
Train to Pakistan - film - was created in 1998.
Train to Pakistan - 1998 is rated/received certificates of: India:A
It is located in Dist Khanewal Punjab Pakistan, by train 6 miles from Khanewal Train station & 28 miles from Mulyan Airport.
Yes you can take a train from Pakistan and Bangladesh to India. Pakistan has 2 trains which go to India and Bangladesh has 1
The awnser is bus, train, car and wagens
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