• Day Dreamers
    energy policies. You rightly state that our legislators ‘seem’ to be failing in recognising the gravity of the energy crisis and the role efficiency and conservation can play by not taking up the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Bill. We note that there have been ‘wake up calls’ (in the press...
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  • Mnc Policy in Pakistan
    . Five major sectors have been earmarked for investment including ‘corporate farming’, agriculture, infrastructure, skill development, minerals and alternative energy such as coal, hydel, wind and solar energy production. Attraction for MNC’s in Pakistan: 1. Geo-strategic location: Located in the...
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  • No Paper. Looking to Review Papers
    Pakistan Water and Energy 264. Water Conflict between India and Pakistan 265. Water Security: A Broader Analysis / Forecast of its Implications for Pakistan 266. Water shortage – A Crisis around the Corner 267. Energy Crisis – Is there any light at the end of tunnel? 268. Power Generation through...
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  • Pakistan Day Celebration
    Chief Minister of Sindh visited the Mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam. They laid floral wreath at Quaid-e-Azam’s mausoleum. The National museum Karachi arranged a special exhibition in connection with the Pakistan Day. This day is indeed one of the most important days in the history of our country. Energy...
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  • Load Shedding
    There are number of problems which exist in Pakistan, among these problem Load shedding is the one major problem of Pakistan .There are several reasons of Load shedding. Here we discussed few of them and then its effect on the Pakistan. The first main reason of load shedding is energy crisis, these...
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  • Uncertain Future of Native Language
    another language by majority of the speakers more often (either due to government/educational pressure or perceived social and economic advantages). Pakistan has at least six major languages and 58 minor ones (Rehman, 2003). Urdu is the national language with over 11 millions mother-tongue speakers...
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  • Essay
    energy resources ( Already indicated and are in pipe line ). f) World is facing food crisis and we are traditionally a agriculture base country. We only have to quickly revert to e-agriculture and learn from world best practices to produce more. g) our strategic location near deep sea. h) Many...
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  • Political Processions
    in the developed countries but in countries like Pakistan, its happening or occurrence should be given a consideration. In our country, there are a lot of issues and problems regarding poverty, education, energy crisis, security and many more. On the other hand, there are a series of such huge...
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  • Problems of National Integration Between East and West Pakistan
    organisation called Tamuddin Majlish called for Bangla to be made one of the state languages alongside Urdu. This call came in a booklet written by Professor Abul Kashem, who asked for all citizens of East Pakistan to join the Language Movement. 2. October 1947: An Organised Structure In October...
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  • National Integration
    country in the Islamic world. Pakistan came into being on the basis of two-nation theory in 1947, a separate homeland for the Muslims of India. It consisted of a wide variety of “ethnic” and linguistic groups and subgroups speaking different languages besides Urdu and English as official...
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  • Ethno-Religious Disintegration in the
    India, and Urdu, the national language of Pakistan. Other Aryan languages include Marathi and Gujarati in western India, Punjabi in the north, and Oriya, Bengali and Assamese in the east. The Dravidian linguistic group in the south embraces some 100 million people speaking one of its four main...
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  • List of Important Topics for Essays
    css essay paper formatted. 01. Dilemma of the water and energy crisis in Pakistan (2003) 02. Art critics and reviewers (2003) 03. Alleviation of poverty (2005) 04. Persecuted poor women (2005) 05. Foreign direct investment (F.D.I) in Pakistan (2006) 06. Global warming (2006) 07...
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    future for the Muslims, who hoped for a better standard of living, economic development, prosperity and a fuller life. But it seemed in those early years (1947-58) that the immense sacrifices might have been in vain. For Pakistan had struggled from one major crisis to another, fighting to ward off...
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  • Party Manefesto
    processes for providing grass root level representation to local citizens in the government along with improving the election system, to come at par with international standards. Furthermore, this model goes further in discussing various problems related to energy crisis and educational set-up along with...
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  • Pakitani women in business
    . Impressed already? Well hold on there. She is a proficient in aircraft manufacturing, wind energy, power segments and energy conservation. With all her knowledge and enthusiasm, she came back to her country Pakistan and started off with her project “Karachi Energy Conservation Awareness-Small Tricks...
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  • New Media
     for Pakistan is  that FOSS can be localized into the 70 regional languages spoken in Pakistan. This will provide  versions of FOSS that use Urdu, Punjabi, Sindhi, Balochi, Pushto, Saraiki, Himalaya as an  alternative to the widely available software interfaces in English. Similarly, the availability...
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  • article
    politics of Pakistan, which turned the polity into a praetorian state, are explained in the next section. The Untimely Demise of the Quaid-i-Azam and A Leadership Crisis Like many third-world countries, Pakistan was born a fragile nation-state. It was burdened with ideological and ethnic cleavages...
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  • Paper
    Reforming Islamic Education Christopher Candland 151 Pakistan: Reforming the Education Sector International Crisis Group 167 | vi | INTRODUCTION ROBERT M. HATHAWAY W ashington seems to be in a season of worrying—some might say “obsessing”—about the education system in Pakistan...
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    policy and practice? (2011) 20. Discuss the impact of foreign aid on Pakistan in post 9/11 scenario. (2012) www.thecsspoint.com www.thefacebook.com/thecsspointOfficial 6 Complied By: Fawad Ahmad 21. Substantiate Pakistan‟s role in Common wealth. (2012) 22. How can the energy crisis of Pakistan...
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  • Country Paper
    resulted in an overall decline in all sectors, including foreign investment. The second reason is the failure of the government to augment the energy sector. The energy crisis in Pakistan has heightened in the last two to three years; there has been continuous load shedding and power riots all over...
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