• media and society
     ROLE OF MEDIA AND ITS EFFECTS ON SOCIETY INTRO Media is the medium by virtue of which the thoughts, feelings, ideas, concepts and information are conveyed to the masses. Media plays a very vital role in the society. Every medium has a formidable force, as they disseminate information, mold and...
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  • Media and Foreign Policy
    policy. Foreign policy is necessary for a country to * Promote sovereignty & national interest * Cope up the problems of environment, Terrorism and many others. * Solve the issues of poverty, underemployment, and Unemployment * Strengthen territorial & security integrity of country ...
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  • No Paper. Looking to Review Papers
    1 Research Topics for Theses NSWC 2010-11 International Affairs 1. Civilizations and World Orders in Post Cold War Era 2. World Orders in South Asia 3. Pakistan and Iran: Ancient Partners in the Context of Regional and International Challenges 4. US Doctrine of Democracy: A...
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  • Fm language and its impact on society
    affects people in various ways. Radio Jockeys should use the correct tone and vocabulary and promote our national language through FM channels. Its effect on the society is great as people learn language and are greatly influenced from FM language. Introduction Background: FM or frequency modulation...
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  • Current Affairs
    community, as the World Bank has refrained from issuing an endorsement of Pakistan.  Until democracy is restored in Pakistan it will be very difficult to affect any kind of positive change in other areas that so desperately need it. Excessive Population | 7th highest population world wide (2000) |...
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  • Hurdles Impeding Development of Pakistan
    underpin the dilemma they face in reconciling the goal of national integration with the imperatives of national security. Peace in this region of the world is sorely needed; but the process is easier said than done. Many obstacles internal and external continue to impede the progress of peace. Solution...
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  • anand doc.
    Q1. कोणते भारतीय बेट नुकतेच UNESCO तर्फे MAB कार्यक्रमा अंतर्गत World Biosphere Reserve म्हणून घोषित करण्यात आले आहे?- B. निकोबार Q2. INSTAL ही महत्त्वाकांक्षीयोजना कोणत्या मंत्रालयाशी संबंधीत आहे?- B. Sports Q3. भारताने नुकतेच Champions Trophy चे अजिंक्यपद मिळविताना अंतिम सामन्यात कोणत्या संघाचा...
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  • Fighting a Futile War
    forced to take a u-turn on the Islamization process. A new type of war called ‘war on terror’ was launched in Afghanistan and parts of Pakistan. World pressure was mounted on Pakistan to conduct military operations to eradicate the safe adobes of Alqaida and Taliban who were termed Islamic extremists...
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  • Info on My Books
    BOOKS THAT EXPAND THE HORIZONS & TRANSFORM THE WORLD SOME THOUGHTS FOR THOUGHTFUL PERSONS Dear Sir/Madam, As you are aware the present epoch is a period of increasing confusion and delusion, anguish and sufferings for the Muslims in particular. This has been characterized by growing assaults to...
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  • Role of Print Media in Conflict Resolution: a Comparative Study of Daily Dawn & Jang Newspapers Regarding the Issue of Lal Masjid
    treatment analysis. The hypothesis of the study was “English press played a significant role for peaceful resolution of Lal Masjid conflict instead of Urdu Press.” Findings revealed that print media played its role in increasing the intensity of conflict and could not build favorable public opinion for...
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  • Religion Is Not a Threat to Freedom of Expression
    the religion that has got corrupt, but the people, the people who wish to taint the knowledge of the holy books. People say that Islam promotes terrorism, but is it really so?? Be it 9/11 or the 26/11, be it kasab or be it bin laden-Muslims who blow up buildings and kill innocent people under the name...
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  • Ethno-Religious Disintegration in the
    militarised and incredibly conflict-prone area of the world. The peace and security in SA have been considered to be the function of the strategic relationship between the region’s two arch-rivals - India and Pakistan. Of every five people in the world, one is a South Asian. The total population is more...
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  • Nuclear Proliferation
    entire world would be more secure if the planet were free of nuclear weapons -Nuclear Weapons are the only weapons that have the ability to extinguish the entire human race and its entire species. • The threat/use of nuclear weapons has been declared generally illegal by the World Court ...
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  • The Theme of Necter in the Seive
    14, 1989, after publishing Satanic Verses. Naguib Mahfouz, the winner of the 1988 Nobel Prize in Literature, criticized Khomeini for "intellectual terrorism" but changed his view later and said that Rushdie did not have "the right to insult anything, especially a prophet or anything considered holy." The...
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  • New Media
    challenged by the print,  the video, the internet, by Photoshop, by Youtube, by email, by interactive environments,  gaming environments,  visual effects (VFX) and computer graphics (CG), that is now an  increasing part of popular culture and mainstream media. Facebook and twitter have their  increasing segments of participants...
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  • None
    militancy has become a major challenge to Pakistan‟s internal stability and promotion of democracy. Elaborate. (2008) 4. Why most countries of the Muslim world are devoid of democratic governance? What changes would you recommend to make them modern democratic states? (2009) 5. Democracy in Pakistan has remained...
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  • Midnight's Children
    very unique. “Dogs? Assassins?....If you don’t believe me, check.”(59) Here Rushdie breaks the rule of punctuation and neologism. Similarly Hindi and Urdu words are embedded in the text. With the contemporary narration, Saleem wants the readers to focus on the events. “...And see this: the assassins cannot...
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  • Media in Pakistan
    in this regard views the private channels prefer to go by more newsworthiness of the events. Private TV Channels and the cable TV have brought the world closer to the domestic viewers, making them part of the global village. Waseem (2006) argues that beside threats and other restrictions, the private...
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  • a Simple Essay On Terrorism Impactt On Economy
    1 TERRORISM IN PAKISTAN: CHANGING INCIDENT PATTERNS Syed Ejaz Hussain Deputy Inspector General of Pakistan Police University of Pennsylvania Support for this research was provided by the Fulbright Commission through grant number 15064308. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations...
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  • “the Amount of Corruption Portrayed Through Yellow Journalism in T.V. Channels
    The term originated during the American Gilded Age of the late nineteenth century with the circulation battles between Joseph Pulitzer's New York World and William Randolph Hearst's New York Journal. The battle peaked from 1895 to about 1898, and historical usage often refers specifically to this period...
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