• Trafficking
    heroin and hashish-the Golden Triangle and Golden Crescent (Afghanistan-Pakistan-Iran) -has made India's border vulnerable to drug trafficking. Indigenous production of low grade heroin as well as various psychotropic and prescription drugs and their growing demand in the neighbouring countries and international...
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  • Money Laundering
    especially in Pakistan, is no different from the ‘crime’ of tax-evasion; here too the government itself is an accomplice. “The ugly face of black money emerges in the corridors of power, political as well as administrative.” [Dr. Ikramul Haq, Money laundering facilitated by tax laws] In fact, “Pakistan has been...
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  • Money Laundering
    especially in Pakistan, is no different from the ‘crime’ of tax-evasion; here too the government itself is an accomplice. “The ugly face of black money emerges in the corridors of power, political as well as administrative.” (Haq,2004) Money laundering facilitated by tax laws] In fact, “Pakistan has been...
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  • Public Administration Project on Interior Ministery of Pakistan
    INTERIOR MINISTRY OF PAKISTAN [pic] Overview To make Islamic Republic of Pakistan a country where rule of law reigns supreme; where every Pakistani feels secure to lead a life in conformity with his religious beliefs, culture, heritage and customs; where a Pakistani from any group, sect or...
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  • Drugs
    Chapter III Part 1: Drug Trafficking and Organized Crime Introduction Drug trafficking is the most widespread and lucrative organized crime operation in the United States, accounting for nearly 40 percent of this country's organized crime activity and generating an annual income estimated to be...
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  • Human Trafficking
    now second only to drug trafficking in relation to international organized crime. Trafficking in persons is the equivalent of modern-day slavery. This thesis argues the vital role international Co-operation plays in combating human trafficking. It also explores the role of Pakistan to exercise its power...
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  • Ansar Burney
    Ansar Burney born 14 August 1956 in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan is a leading Pakistani human rights and civil rights activist. He is a graduate of Masters and Law from Karachi University and honorary recipient of a PhD. in Philosophy. In 1980, Ansar Burney began the "Ansar Burney Welfare Trust", "Prisoners...
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  • Black Market
    scope of legitimate forms of commerce. Illegal economy participants engage in the production and distribution of prohibited goods and services, such as drug trafficking, arms trafficking, and prostitution. 2 The unreported economy The "unreported economy" consists of those economic activities that circumvent...
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  • Drug Trafficking
    The War on Drugs is a campaign of prohibition and foreign military aid and military intervention undertaken by the United States government, with the assistance of participating countries, and the stated aim to define and reduce the illegal drug trade. This initiative includes a set of drug policies of...
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  • Favourite Poet
    Social Evils in Pakistan Outline: 1) Introduction:   a)   Man is a social animal.   b)   What is evil? 2) Different types of social evils   a)   Adulteration in different commodities   b)   Smuggling   c)   Drug addiction 3) Spread of social evils   a) Different countries are affected from...
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  • poverty
    POVERTY IN PAKISTAN 1 Spatial distribution of poverty 2 Poverty and gender 3 Economic and social vulnerability 4 Environmental Issues 5 Lack of adequate governance 6 Feudalism 7 Poverty and the rise of Islamic fundamentalism 8 Barriers to economic development and poverty reduction Spatial...
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  • Social Issue: Pakistan
    needs linger for long. I will primarily focus on Pakistan in addressing one of its well known social problem or interpreted as a problem i.e. “CHILD LABOR”. I think that most of the social problems are interrelated and same is the case in Pakistan e.g. child labour, poverty, illiteracy, population...
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  • Nature and Causes of Global Money Laundering
    19 The Economic Effect of Money Laundering 27 Money Laundering and Pakistan 32 The sources and magnitude of Money Laundering ...
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  • Model United Nations
    strtegic intelligence opertation in 1995. it organised schools for terroris,terrorist training camps,coordination conferences and much more TERRORISM AND DRUG TRAFFICKING ARE MAINLY MANAGED BT "GRU" (RUSSIAN SECRET SERVISE) In 2000 the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) engaged in three rounds...
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  • Chil Labor
    As we all know that Pakistan is a developing country. Today Pakistan is facing a lot of problems socially and economically. Like Child Labor, poverty, illiteracy, population growth, terrorism, smuggling, drug abuse, etc. The topic which I have selected is Child Labor...
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  • Increasing Trend of Drugs Usage in Pakistan Creating Threat to Human Security
    INCREASING TREND OF DRUGS USAGE IN PAKISTAN CREATING THREAT TO HUMAN SECURITY Adil Lashari Department of Defense & Strategic Studies Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad Introduction: Human security can be defined as...
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  • Akthegame
    linger for long. I will primarily focus on Pakistan in addressing one of its well known social problem or interpreted as a problem i.e. “CHILD LABOR”. I think that most of the social problems are interrelat ed and same is the case in Pakistan e.g. child labour, poverty, illiteracy, population...
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  • Education
    production high quality, sold overseas www.shengshi.usSince Pakistan is a developing nation, she has a lot of social issues some of which include: - Child labor - Poverty - Illiteracy - Terrorism - Population growth - Diseases - Smuggling - Drug abuse - Prostitution - Internal and international migration ...
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  • Drug Trafficking
    Drug trafficking Names Institution affiliation The Golden triangle is one of Asia’s two main opium producing regions. It is an approximate area of 367000 square miles that overlaps the mountains of four Southeast Asia countries: Burma, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand. The other region is the Golden crescent...
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  • Counter Terrorrism
    TERRORISM AND COUNTER TERRORISM MEASURES IN PAKISTAN Introduction 1. Terrorism is hybrid and complex in nature and scope. Driven across the continents by non state actors, violence is the mode of terrorism. Countering this multi headed phenomenon requires a multi pronged, multinational, and sustained...
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