• Pakistan: Nationalism Without a Nation
    essays on the problems that Pakistan has had in achieving a coherent national identity and becoming a stable nation. The initial rationale for separating Pakistan from India was the presumed need to provide a homeland for the otherwise minority Muslims in an overwhelmingly Hindu India. But Muslim...
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     Tuesday, February 18, 2014 10:24 AM (GMT +5) Home Beginner's Guide Rules Syllabus Past Papers CSP Members CSS Forums > CSS Compulsory Subjects > Essay > Essays Terrorism In Pakistan(Seniors please check my essay) User Name...
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  • Sports Activities Can Help in Building a Peaceful Nation
    problems. Many studies conducted by UNOSDP and the Peace Players International Programme support the topic of this essay. Pakistan itself is an extremely sports-oriented nation when it comes to cricket. One will observe that nationalism in Pakistani’s increases more on the day when there...
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  • gandhi
    Gandhi Essay India faced many difficult challenges and still faces many challenges after independence and even still today. India had a man named Gandhi to help them towards independence. Gandhi was nicknamed "Mahatma" in India because he was a great soul in independence movement. He had many...
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  • Post Colonial Critique of Sara Suleri's Meatless Days.
    profiteers impatient for their return that constitutes the national bourgeoisie.” Fanon explains in his essay the reason why the postcolonial nations could not experience the true independence. He has laid the blame on the incompetent political elite who lack in political will and any political...
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  • India and Pakistan Independence
    /facts-about-gandhi.html>. Birky, Betsy J. "India's Independence From Britain." Indian Independence: 1947. David W. Koeller, 10 Sept. 2003. Web. 24 Nov. 2012. <http://www.thenagain.info/webchron/india/indiaind.html>. India And Pakistan Independence World History 118 Thesis Essay Mehran Ajaz...
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  • Memory
    ; and, in 1971, Pakistan’s military government was tested when an independence movement in East Pakistan declared the sovereign State of Bangladesh. India joined the fighting and helped secure Bangladesh’s independence but the struggle caused a massive displacement of refugees and a dramatic loss...
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  • Corruption Is Barrier to Development in Pakistan
    during the past 65 years. We are even far behind our neighboring country India, which got independence a day after Pakistan, as far as the literacy rate is concerned. Successive governments in the country have ignored the education sector, especially higher education, during the past six decades. From...
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  • Freedom of Pakistan and India
    The Freedom of Pakistan and India Plan of the Investigation: In this essay, I chose to further investigate the freedom of Pakistan and India. On August 14, 1947, there was the birth of the new Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The very next day India had won its freedom from colonial rule lasting...
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  • Essay on Importance of Independence
    Independence Day We have many premium term papers and essays on Independence Day. We also have a wide variety of research papers and book reports available to you for free. You can browse our collection of term papers or use our search engine. Independence Day India's Independence Day "At...
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  • Extended Essay History
    NAME: AKSHAYE WADHWA MAY 2013 CANDIDATE NUMBER: 002062-047 WORD COUNT: 3789 HISTORY EXTENDED ESSAY EFFECT OF THE COLD WAR ON INDIA AND PAKISTAN "To what extent did events and policies during the Cold War involving India and Pakistan determine their growth till 1991?" ABSTRACT...
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  • Good Governance in Pakistan
    .Impacts of good Governance Individual Life Social life Political life Economic life 11. Good Governance and democracy 12. Conclusion. ESSAY: Good Governance in Pakistan Good governance has got great importance in our state as the problems of corruption, red tapism and inefficiency crept in...
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  • English Notes
     English Essay - Life In Karachi English Essay on Life In Karachi 200 to 300 Words  LIFE IN KARACHI Points Introduction - Machine life - Expanding city - Problems Attraction - Conclusion. Karachi is the biggest city and seaport of Pakistan. It was a small village when Mohammad, bin Qasim...
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  • India in 2020
    book “Pakistan- an overdeveloped state” has revealed the fact that after independence, the governing class was highly educated, on the pattern of the British mind set, while on the contrary the masses were miserably illiterate. This huge gap created management crisis. National integration is a...
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  • Terrorism
    action and reaction, full of horrifying violence, is much too dangerous to be ignored or taken lightly. Terrorism, violence, bloodshed, and killings, etc. have become the order of the day. India, Pakistan, the whole of the Middle East, Afghanistan, parts of Europe, Latin America, and Sri Lanka, etc...
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  • Physics
    . Divided India by Robert Smith 20. Daughter of the East is written by Benazir Bhuto 21. Emergence of Pakistan by Chaudhri Muhammad Ali 22. Evolution of Pakistan by Syed Sharifuddin Pirzada 23. Early phase of Muslim political movement” Jamil-ud-din Ahmed 24. Essays on Aurangzeb Shibli No’mani 25...
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  • Baloch Insurgency
    conflict considers the first revolt against the state in the history of Balochistan, by the Prince Agh Abdul Kareem the governor of Makkuran and the younger brother of Khan of Kalat Meer Ahmad Yar khan. On August 15, 1947, a day before Pakistan come into existence khan of kalat declared independence kalat...
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  • Gandhi and Martin Luther King
    and police, making the march known as “Bloody Sunday”. Both Matin Luther King and Gandhi were successful in their work. On August 14, 1947, India was declared an Independent nation. Gandhi’s main goal of indian independence was completed on this day. Gandhi was not 100% successful though, because...
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  • Political Processions
    Should Political Processions Be Allowed? In my essay, I will be trying to figure out whether political processions should be held in the different countries of the world or not, especially in Pakistan. But I hereby am going to explain that what such political procession actually means. “Political...
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  • What Were the Social and Political Impacts of the Partition of India and Pakistan?
    Asia, which gave me a good idea of the aspects that were mostly impacted by the partition and how I should format this essay properly to thoroughly answer my question. Another book that greatly helped me was, The Economic Consequences of Divided India: a study of the economy of India and Pakistan, by...
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