• Shamsa
    has no significant new foreign direct investment in the energy sector, while the performance of its public sector remains pathetic. A good 75 percent of Pakistan’s energy crisis is attributed to poor governance. If good governance is provided on a sustainable basis, the crisis will be diluted to...
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  • Good Governance
    challenges of the 21st century. 2. THE CRISIS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE IN PAKISTAN: Pakistan suffers from a number of crises. Every crisis has negative effect on its polity and society. But the foremost crisis that Pakistan is facing is that of Good Governance. It is the core of all other problems. Pakistan...
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  • Democracy
    governance are the immediate threats to democracy in Pakistan. Furthermore, meddling with the constitution has also dealt a severe blow to democracy in Pakistan. In addition to this, terrorism, energy crisis, ethnicity and sectarianism, domestic violence, religious intolerance, economic instability...
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  • Food Crices in Pakistan
    An essay outline regarding the CSS and other competitive examinations relating to the topic of crisis or bad governance, essentials, causes and remedies. Dr Quratul Ain Malik (CSP) Introduction Good governance is a prerequisite for social harmony, public order, political stability, economic...
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  • Undp Report
    programmatic areas; Poverty Reduction and Gender, Democratic Governance, Environment and Climate Change and Crisis Prevention and Recovery. All these programmes have already been discussed above in general. In Pakistan UNDP is achieving commitments by opening up different offices across the Pakistan for...
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  • Governance
    has pushed the country into quagmire. Let’s analyse the condition of governance in Pakistan. Balance among the various institutions is the absolute requirement of good governance. Unlikely, we are passing through the time of extreme institutional imbalance. The institutions have almost abandoned...
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  • Good Governance
    country into quagmire. Let’s analyse the condition of governance in Pakistan. Balance among the various institutions is the absolute requirement of good governance. Unlikely, we are passing through the time of extreme institutional imbalance. The institutions have almost abandoned their responsibility...
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  • good governance need of hour
    state and is instrumental in ensuring good governance. When all is said it can be concluded that the crisis, which is at the root of all other crises, is that of good governance. Problems like poverty. Illiteracy, unemployment, corruption, energy crisis, water and food shortage are weakening our...
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  • Challenges of Good Governance in Pakistan
    Challenges of Good Governance The nation celebrated this 'Pakistan Day' in a significant and unconventional manner. It was a noteworthy occasion in history of Pakistan this time for the challenges facing in maintaining good governance are yet to appear in coming days for government in place...
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  • Corporate Governance
    the capacity of strategic decision making, enhance the reputation of banks and companies with their stakeholders to develop sustainable institutional capacity through governance reforms, and create good corporate governance across Pakistan with the help of the Pakistan Institute of corporate...
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  • Good Governance in Pakistan
    Good Governance in PakistanGovernance’ is the exercise of power or authority – political, economic, administrative or otherwise –to manage a country's resources and affairs. It comprises the mechanisms, processes and institutions through which citizens and groups articulate their interests...
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  • Essay
    balance of payments and economic crisis from which it will find it increasingly more difficult to recover. Good Governance Requirements Viewed in the historical perspective of Pakistan, or cross section data of developing countries, it appears that an effective economic policy framework cannot...
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  • Pakistan: A Weak State
    Pakistan: A Weak State After independence from the British in 1947, President Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s vision for Pakistan was very clear: he wanted peace, good governance, tolerance and a state able to adhere to a rule of law. Unfortunately, this vision was never transformed into reality; the...
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  • Pakistani Bureaucracy Crises of Governance & Prospects of Reform
    The Pakistan Development Review 38 : 4 Part II (Winter 1999) pp. 995–1017 Pakistani Bureaucracy: Crisis of Governance and Prospects of Reform SAEED SHAFQAT This paper is divided into three parts. The first part provides an overview of literature on how the role and assessment of bureaucracy...
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  • Corruption in Pakistan
    and Quick Justice Justice is indispensable to good governance. Access to cheap and quick justice is made possible for everyone.. Timely justice is the core value of a welfare society. It is the duty of the state to promote justice. But in the case of Pakistan it has always been a day dream for the...
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  • Mr. Qaisar Mushtaq
    expression, medium expression and long expression solutions for energy crisis in Pakistan. Short expression Solutions is An immediate solution for power but it will not good for the future of Pakistan and Pakistan Economy. CAUSES of the Energy Crisis: • Inconsistent ENERGY POLICIES OF 1994 and 2002...
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  • current issue
    Economic Crisis in Pakistan In 21st century economy is taken as ‘Religion’. It is the blood in the veins of nation state, vitality in the human muscles, base for brutal wars and a reason for governments to rule. The motherland has painfully experienced rising poverty and sinking economy...
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  • Aamirali
    constitution, jeopardized sovereignty of the state, crisis of good governance, distrust among the politicians. Economic deprivation Huge Defence budget, budget deficit, low industrial and agricultural production, high cost of production, energy crisis, foreign debts, discontinuity of reforms, inflation...
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  • Corporate Governance
    Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SEC) envisaged a comprehensive plan of promoting good governance practices in the country. As a first step, the Code of Corporate Governance was developed which was subsequently incorporated into the listing regulations of all the three stock exchanges. A Project on...
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  • Crisis of Governance
    service. For good governance political support and political com&tment is a prerequisite. There are three challenges that have emerged as a consequence of the global trend towards democratisation, privatisation, and intemationalisation of world economy. The Civil Services of Pakistan are confronted...
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