"Geo Political Importance Of Pakistan" Essays and Research Papers

  • Geo Political Importance Of Pakistan

    Geopolitical importance of Pakistan Defination:The study of the relationship among politics and geography, demography, and economics, especially with respect to the foreign policy of a nation. ‘’ The foreign policy of a country is determined by its geography’’. (Napoleon) This may be an exaggeration, but there can be no question that geography has had decisive effect upon civilization and upon national development. Location: In 1947, possessing a unique geographical location, Pakistan consisted...

    Afghanistan, Asia, East Asia 831  Words | 3  Pages

  • Geographical Importance of Pakistan

    Geo-Strategic Significance of Pakistan Outline: ❖ Introduction ❖ Graphical location of Pakistan ❖ Nuclear power ❖ Proximity of great forces ❖ Importance due to transportation economy ❖ Great importance in Islamic countries ❖ Climatic conditions ❖ Canal system ❖ Natural resources ❖ Conclusion Introduction: Geo strategic means the importance of a country or a region as by virtue of its geographical location. ...

    Afghanistan, Climate, Dam 1063  Words | 5  Pages

  • Geo Television in Pakistan

    INTRODUCTION GEO Television Network is part of Pakistan’s largest media conglomerate, Jang Group of Companies. GEO has witnessed unprecedented success and has indisputably dominated Pakistani media for the last 9 years. Mir Ibrahim Rahman known as "MIR" is the CEO of GEO TV. He is the elder son of Pakistan's most powerful person and media tycoon, Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman. He is one of the youngest CEOs to head a channel. GEO takes pride in providing the information, news, entertainment through its...

    24-hour television news channels, 24-hour television news channels in Pakistan, GEO News 2163  Words | 7  Pages

  • geo strategic importance pakistan

    22 January 2014 GEO-STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF PAKISTAN 1 Shafiq -Ur-Rehman Lecturer Of I.R  WHAT IS GEO-STRATEGY?  GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF PAKISTANGEO-STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF PAKISTAN 1. PROXIMITY OF GREAT POWERS 2. GATEWAY TO CENTRAL ASIA 3. SIGNIFICANCE AS A TRANSIT ECONOMY 4. IMPORTANT LINK IN THE CHAIN OF MUSLIM COUNTRIES 5. ONLY MUSLIM COUNTRY WITH NUCLEAR CAPABILITY 6. CHINA'S LINK TO THE MIDDLE EAST 7. REDUCE INDIAN...

    Afghanistan, Asia, Central Asia 1274  Words | 19  Pages

  • Strategic Importance of Pakistan

    Cold War with the then Soviet Union decided to use Pakistan as a frontline state against their enemy. Prof Munawar Sabir in his scholarly lecture delivered at the Superior University, Lahore, exclusively for the CSS students preparing for interview on ‘Geo-strategic importance of Pakistan’. He highlighted the geo-strategic importance of Pakistan by discussing Pakistan’s relations with its neighbouring countries and the major powers. When Pakistan emerged on the map of the world as a sovereign and...

    Afghanistan, Al-Qaeda, Cold War 825  Words | 3  Pages

  • GEO STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF PAKISTAN

    GEO STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF PAKISTAN Geo strategic means the importance of a country or a region as by virtue of its geographical location. Geo political is defined as, stressing the influence of geographic factors on the state power, international conduct and advantages it derives from its location. Stephen Cohn describes this importance “While history has been unkind to Pakistan, its geography has been its greatest benefit. It has resource rich area in the north-west, people rich in the north-east...

    Afghanistan, Asia, Central Asia 2528  Words | 7  Pages

  • Geo Strategic Importance of Pakistan

    Geo-strategic importance of Pakistan "The establishment is prone to thinking that something or someone will always come to Pakistan’s rescue because of its location." (Stephen Cohen) Since independence, Pakistan’s geography has been a crucial factor in shaping up international politics as well as global affairs of the state. It is located at the region which has great economic, political and strategic importance. The geographical location of Pakistan makes it a junction of the three important parts...

    Afghanistan, Asia, Central Asia 540  Words | 2  Pages

  • Geo Strategic Importance of Pakistan

    GEOSTRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF PAKISTAN Geo strategic means the importance of a country or a region as by virtue of its geographical location.Pakistan is a very fortune country in respect of its location.It came into being on August 14,1947.It has an area of 796096 square kilometers.Pakistan is a junction between South Asia,Wesat Asia and Central Asian Countris,a way from energy efficient countries to energy deficient countries.The world is facing energy crisis and terrorism.Pakistan is a route for...

    Afghanistan, Asia, Central Asia 625  Words | 2  Pages

  • Pakistan: A Political Timeline

    DEMOCRACY OUTLINES: - Introduction - Importance of democracy - Historical Overview - Why democracy is flop in Pakistan - Remedial measures -Conclusion INTRODUCTION: Democracy is the most essential and fundamental element for managing the affairs of society systematically. Democracy and participatory governance are popular political patterns in the modern world. In a broader sense democracy encompasses the leading features; fair and free election process, supremacy of the constitution, the rule...

    Ayub Khan, Benazir Bhutto, Democracy 1558  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Political Stability of Pakistan

    masses are some of the essential features of democracy. Unfortunately, these basic rules have openly violate since independence. Regimes of Conflicts since independence:1947-56 Absence of constitution, rise of regionalism in Bengal, no strong political party, first 9 years and 11 prime ministers, 1955 dissolution of constitution assembly and Black Doctrine of Necessity. 1956-58: First parliamentary constitution, abrogation of constitution and Martial Law. 1958-69: Ayub’s Martial Law, Presidential...

    Benazir Bhutto, Coup d'état, Martial law 1160  Words | 4  Pages

  • Political Instability in Pakistan

    Injustice Social injustice does not only effect the life of a common man but also jeopardize national machinery. Unfortunately, Islamic Republic of Pakistan stands on the top of those countries where social injustice prevails at every level of the society. Citizens of Pakistan are unaware of social justice concept and its effects on society. Pakistan’s civil and military rulers and elite class have been plundering this country since independence. They have always been claiming that they are...

    Balochistan, Iran, Islam 1149  Words | 4  Pages

  • Geo Political Potential of Bangladesh in Context of South Asia

    Introduction South Asia In the world has many region , we discuss such kind of region geo-strategically ,geo-politically and geo-economically which is very important for its Geographical location, two economic giant ( member country India and neighbor country China),Energy based Natural resources,huge men power, two nuclear countries(India and Pakistan) etc* this region is South Asia *.South Asia is Surrounded by Middle east, Easternasia ,Centralasia Southeasternasia,Indian Ocean and the ...

    Asia, Bangladesh, Central Asia 1495  Words | 5  Pages

  • Current Political and Social Problems of Pakistan

    Current Political and social problems of Pakistan!! Introduction Pakistan these days is facing an immense crisis in political, social and economic drawback, recently Pakistan is passing through a series of chronic and painful problems include political, socioeconomic, energy crises, security, uncertainty in Balochistan, day to day suicide bombing, foreign Drones attacks and worst situation of law and order in FATA and NWFP. These all are brain blasting and heart pinching for all true Pakistanis...

    Functional illiteracy, International Literacy Day, Literacy 1848  Words | 7  Pages

  • Geo-Political & Geo-Economical Significance of Bangladesh

    a large population. The geo-economics of a country is very important for their development. But there is a question about geo economical potential. If we want to develop our self, we must know how to make proper use of geo economical potentiality. GEO-ECONOMICS Aristotle consider the geo economical conditions which the territory of a state must fulfill ,at which point he expresses preference for a state territory which would permit autarky and discuss this problem of geo strategy ,stressing the fact...

    Bangladesh, Chittagong, Economic development 1272  Words | 5  Pages

  • POLITICAL LEADERSHIP OF PAKISTAN

     DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY ASSIGNMENT TOPIC: ROLE OF GHULAM MURTAZA SYED (G.M SYED) IN THE PAKISTAN MOVEMENT AND HIS STRUGGLE FOR SEPARATION OF SINDH (SINDHU DESH) FROM PAKISTAN SUBJECT: POLITICAL LEADERSHIP OF PAKISTAN SUBMITTED TO: SIR HIMYATULLAH YAQOOBY SUBMITTED BY: MUHAMMAD SHEERAZ SOOMRO (3rd SEMESTER) DATED: 14-12-2014 INTRODUCTION: G.M. Sayed was Sindhi nationalist politician whose personality has always been prone to contradictory views and sometimes to angry...

    Direct Action Day, Indian National Congress, Karachi 1481  Words | 7  Pages

  • Swto Analysis of Geo Tv

    SWOT ANALYSIS Strengths: • New ideas and concept with fast execution has become a trademark of GEO --'Fastest Firsts'. • First to bring the Breaking News concept in Pakistan. • Unbiased, accurate and timely 24-hour news in ‘Urdu language’. • Most competitive work team. Goodwill as the largest media group in the country, Here is a look at just some of them: For Example: 1) First to give election results -- 7 hours before the nearest competitor (Election 2002 special...

    Channel, GEO News, Geo TV 531  Words | 4  Pages

  • Political History of Pakistan

    Democracy in Pakistan, Scope and Challenges By Shafqat Aziz Almost a quarter century has been passed since the death of Gen. Zia, the ruthless military dictator occurred in a plane crash near Bahawalpur, a town in the southern part of Pakistan’s Punjab province. Today, apparently no mainstream political party in Pakistan owns (at least publically) him. However, the question arises here that does this fact make this notorious character irrelevant in the social and political life of Pakistan? The answer...

    Benazir Bhutto, Intolerance, Islam 1054  Words | 3  Pages

  • Inflection in Pakistan

    INFLECTION OF PAKISTAN INTRODUCTION : Assuming my definition does not define inflections found in one particular language, and instead be defined in general terms (associated within all languages affected), the word inflection in linguistics is an adjustment made to stem (in the form of a prefix, suffix, infix, etc.) to clarify: how many, to which gender an object belongs, when an event has taken place, in which tense the 3rd person (singular) has acted, mood, voice, and also in the comparative...

    Afghanistan, Asia, Grammatical number 1094  Words | 3  Pages

  • importance of education in pakistan

    The importance of education in Pakistan Definition: ”The definition of education in common words, that education is the transfer of knowledge, skills and information from teachers to students’’. What is education?? Education is an important instrument in shaping destiny and good future of a person.Education is a ladder of progress. It is an essential source of development and success. Its education that guide us about what is wrong way or right way. Importance of Education: Education...

    Education, Gymnasium, Higher education 695  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pakistan Political Conditions

    chosen for a 5-year term by an electoral college. Head of Government or known as prime minister selected by National Assembly for a 4-year term. Pakistan is one of the major countries in the international community significantly. This happen after the accident of September 11, 2001. For the economic conditions in Pakistan, the World Bank considers Pakistan is a low-income country. Persistent poverty and unequal income distribution has caused by the low levels of spending in the social services and...

    1911, 1917, 1919 1173  Words | 7  Pages

  • Pakistan Day

    Pakistan dayIndependence Day (Urdu: یوم آزادی; Yaum-e Āzādī), observed annually on August 14, is a national holiday in Pakistan, commemorating the day when Pakistan achieved independence and was declared a sovereign nation, following the end of the British Raj in 1947. Pakistan came into existence as a result of the Pakistan Movement; the Pakistan Movement aimed for creation of an independent Muslim state by division of the north-western region of the South Asia and was led by All-India Muslim League...

    British Empire, British Raj, History of Pakistan 1941  Words | 6  Pages

  • Importance of Microfinance in Pakistan

    Importance A microfinance bank is one devoted to extending small loans, referred to as microloans, to individuals, businesses, and organizations in low-income regions, including under-developed countries where small amounts of money can go a long way. Some financial institutions are devoted entirely to microfinance, while others are part of larger companies, such as global investment banks. Ultimately, a microfinance bank provides credit to those who would otherwise be unable to access this form...

    Cycle of poverty, Debt, Economic development 1063  Words | 4  Pages

  • political impact on pakistan

    http://www.pkhope.com/impact-of-afghan-war-on-pakistan/ Impact of Afghan War on Pakistan By Falak Sher Khan • Apr 16th, 2009 • Category: Politics • 7 Comments Afghanistan the neighboring country of Pakistan has been in war since one can remember. From Mongol Emperors to Russian invasion and now the country is facing war on terror. These wars have shattered the base of Afghanistan and left it in ruins. It lacks proper administration, governance, and communication infrastructure. The Statistics...

    Afghanistan, Al-Qaeda, Operation Enduring Freedom 1340  Words | 4  Pages

  • Pakistan

    Pakistan Introduction With a population of around 180 million, Pakistan is the sixth most populous country in the world. It is not one of the richest, but World Bank figures show that its economy has grown at 6.6% a year for the past six years, and so it is an important market for many multinational brands. Furthermore, since media deregulation in 2003 an industry of just one state-owned television channel and three or four newspapers has blossomed into one of the largest and most vibrant media...

    Advertising, GEO News, Geo TV 864  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Importance Of The Study Of Political Science

    The Importance of the Study of Political Science 1. Governments are the formal institutions of politics. Where there is government, there is politics. Where there is politics, there is power. Together with the formal institution of the state, they constitute the political system a term to suggest that politics is indeed a complex process involving citizen’s attitudes and interests, group organizations, electioneering, lobbying and formulation, implementation and interpretation of laws. It is important...

    Law, Political philosophy, Political science 1699  Words | 5  Pages

  • Comparison of Ptv and Geo

    Comparison of PTV & Geo Positioning PTV PTV news aims to be service focused (Lovelock, 2005) in its strategy. Its news channel offers a narrow range of services/programs such as news bulletins, talk shows, documentaries and live events update etc. The market to which the services are offered are broad and diverse, however mostly the adults and people from an older age bracket make PTV a preference. * Segmentation and Target Market In a highly competitive industry like that of the television...

    GEO News, GEO Super, Geo TV 1471  Words | 4  Pages

  • Agenda Setting Theory Examples in Pakistan

    from important issues. Importance of media in Pakistan: Like other countries media is playing vital role in Pakistan. First time media was given full freedom and independence during the time of former President Pervez Musharraf. Since Pervez Musharaf era 2002, Pakistani media has become powerful and independent and the number of private television channels has grown. In Pakistan, media has positive and negative impacts. Positive role of media in Pakistan: . Media played important...

    Benazir Bhutto, Bourgeoisie, Middle class 1137  Words | 5  Pages

  • energy crisis in pakistan

    Energy Crisis in Pakistan -Introduction. Exhausting of Energy Resources of the world . Shortage of energy in Pakistan. Leading Factors. Govt. Initiatives to abate energy crisis-Kinds of Energy.Renewable*Wind*Sunlight.Non Renewable*Petroleum*Gas*Coal*Nuclear Energy-Energy Crisis in Pakistan.Electricity Short fall.Gas Load-shedding-Causes of Energy Crisis .Circular Debt.Inefficient Management .Governance Issue.Corruption .Stealing of Energy-Implication on Economy.Textile Industry .Cottage Industry...

    Energy development, Non-renewable resource, Nuclear power 1759  Words | 3  Pages

  • pakistan

    individual, ideas on the basis of some economic, social or political theory or system is called Ideology. It contains those ideals which a company needs to establish a stable nation. Defining ideology George Lewis says “ideology is a plan or program which is based upon philosophy” Ideology of Pakistan Pakistan’s ideology was based on the Islamic principle of “the only sovereign is Allah". Ideology of Pakistan basically means that Pakistan should be a state where the Muslims should have an opportunity...

    Afghanistan, Al-Qaeda, Federally Administered Tribal Areas 888  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pakistan-Uzbekistan Relationship

    PAKISTAN-UZBEKISTAN RELATION SHIP 1. INTRODUCTION Pakistan–Uzbekistan relations are the foreign relations between Pakistan and Uzbekistan. Relations between the two states were established when the republic of Uzbekistan became independent following the collapse of the USSR, the relations between the two countries were initially strained by the situation in Afghanistan which both countries border as they supported different factions Afghan factions. However relations improved after the...

    Afghanistan, Central Asia, Kazakhstan 1889  Words | 7  Pages

  • Ideology of Pakistan

    THE IDEOLOGY OF PAKISTAN: TWO-NATION THEORY The ideology of Pakistan stems from the instinct of the Muslim community of South Asia to maintain their individuality by resisting all attempts by the Hindu society to absorb it. Muslims of South Asia believe that Islam and Hinduism are not only two religions, but also two social orders that have given birth to two distinct cultures with no similarities. The ideology of Pakistan took shape through an evolutionary process. Historical experience provided...

    Hinduism, History of Pakistan, India 584  Words | 3  Pages

  • ideology of pakistan

    Qno: 1. Ideology of Pakistan? ANSWER: Introduction Pakistan is an ideological state and the ideology of Pakistan is an Islamic Ideology. Its basic principles being: “The only Sovereign is Allah.” Ideology of Pakistan basically means that Pakistan should be a state where the Muslims should have an opportunity to live according to the faith and creed based on the Islamic principles. Quaid-e-Azam once said: “Pakistan was created the day the first Indian national entered the field of Islam...

    British Raj, India, Indian National Congress 1610  Words | 6  Pages

  • Life and Pakistan

    Pakistan displays some of Asia’s most magnificent landscapes as it stretches from the Arabian Sea, its southern border, to some of the world’s most spectacular mountain ranges in the north. Pakistan is also home to sites that date back to word’s earliest settlements rivaling those of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia . When Pakistan emerged on the map of the world as a sovereign and independent state in August 1947, it was like a baby in ICU with hardly any prospect of survival, on account of its extremely...

    English-language films, Islamabad, Karachi 1121  Words | 3  Pages

  • Leadership Pattern in Pakistan

    necessary part of human life but before elucidating organizational role and importance, it is necessary to understand its basic definition. According to intellectuals organization is “the amalgamation of social, political and economic institution in order to form such a system through which mankind meet out their needs”. By this, one can easily conceive the importance of organization and its role. As organization is the sum of political, economic and social institution, so it is quite vivid that without...

    Ayub Khan, History of Pakistan, Institution 1633  Words | 5  Pages

  • Ideology of Pakistan

    characteristic of a class or individual, ideas on the basis of some economic, social or political theory or system is called Ideology. It contains those ideals, which a nation strives to accomplish in order to bring stability to its nationhood. Defining ideology, George Lewis say, “Ideology is a plan or program which is based upon philosophy” Ideology of Pakistan: Pakistan is an ideological state and the ideology of Pakistan is an Islamic ideology. Its basic principle being The only sovereign is Allah: ...

    Direct Action Day, Islam, Muhammad 1930  Words | 7  Pages

  • Pakistan Current Situation

    Pakistan’s Political Situation Page 1 of 3 PAKISTAN’S CURRENT SITUATION CONTEXTUAL OVERVIEW OF PAKISTAN The economic blues continue to encircle Pakistan’s fragile economy, which is faced with Many challenges such as high commodity prices, wheat/sugar crisis, declining exports, Current account deficits, severe power shortage, low literacy rate, paramount political And geo-strategic issues. Stagnating health facilities, poverty, unemployment, regional and provincial disparity are the hallmark...

    Benazir Bhutto, Constitution, North-West Frontier Province 948  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ap Human Chapter 8 Political Geo.

    Ap human chapter 8 political geo. Key issue #1: where are states 1.State: A state is an area organized into a political unit and ruled by an established government that has control over its internal and foreign affairs. 2.Sovereignty: A state has sovereignty, which means independence from control of its internal affairs by other states. 3. A. korea : The division of these zones became permanent in the late 1940s, when the two superpowers established separate...

    Eastern Europe, European Union, Federation 1422  Words | 4  Pages

  • Pakistan Foriegn Policy

    security and advancing Pakistan’s development agenda for progress and prosperity following the guiding principles laid out by our founding fathers. Guiding Principles of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the Founder of Pakistan and its first Governor General, in a broadcast talk to the people of the USA in February 1948, outlined the following goals of Pakistan’s foreign policy: “Our foreign policy is one of friendliness and goodwill towards all the nations of the world...

    Asia, Diplomacy, Foreign policy 1282  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Importance of the Modern Era of Political Philosophy

    The Modern Era of political philosophy is best characterized as a revolt against the traditional constraints of the time. Machiavelli believed that politics should be separate and distinct from ethics, morality, and religion. Protestant reformers such as Luther and Calvin went head to head with the Catholic Church, paving the way for religious individualism and incorporating various political revisions. Hobbes called for a major overhaul in England concerning not only political and religious issues...

    Catholic Church, Leo Strauss, Niccolò Machiavelli 1182  Words | 4  Pages

  • Good Governance in Pakistan

    Good Governance in Pakistan. OUTLINES: 1. Introduction 2. Definition of Governance 3. Governance in Pakistan. 4. Failures of Governance in Pakistan 5. Causes of failures: 1. Political commotion 2. No democratic setup 3. Military intrusion 4. Feudal indulgence 5. Massive Corruption 6. Constitutional crises 7. Institutional clashes 8. Mismanagement of resources 9. Lack of Accountability 10. Over Exploitation of funds 11. Restrictions on media 12. Ethnic conflicts 13. Secterianism ...

    Accountability, Decision making, Decision theory 1680  Words | 6  Pages

  • youth of Pakistan

    Youth in Pakistan Pakistan is a developing country and youth in Pakistan makes up about 35% of it's total population. In the midst of crunching times, when Pakistan is facing severe issues such as terrorism, economic crisis, target killings, disunity and disunity, the burden to take the country out of the whirlpool is upon it's young people. pakistani youth Pakistani Youth’s Role in Development The Pakistani Youth has stepped on a train named as destiny that takes its passengers on the...

    Ageism, Choudhary Rahmat Ali, History of Pakistan 1848  Words | 6  Pages

  • Terrorism in Pakistan

    Terrorism in Pakistan The term "terrorism" comes from French terrorisme, from Latin: 'terror', "great fear", "dread", related to the Latin verb terrere, "to frighten". Though terrorism has no accepted definition, yet it can be defined as the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aim or the calculated use of violence or threat of violence against civilians in order to attain goals that are political or religious or ideological in nature, this is done through intimidation...

    Afghanistan, Al-Qaeda, Pakistan 2376  Words | 7  Pages

  • Personal Response on "Wither Pakistan"

    Pakistan emerged as a separate homeland for Muslims by assiduous hard work and enormous sacrifices of Muslims. The pioneers of Pakistan movement dreamed of a state that could offer a peaceful milieu for free exercise of religion and attainment of one’s rights. It is highly disheartening to see the state crippled by the ethnic conflicts, religious extremism, terrorism and dissension between the public and government. The article, “Whither Pakistan? A five-year forecast”, was published on June 3, 2009...

    History of Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan 2143  Words | 6  Pages

  • 8 Days Plan For Pakistan Affairs

    Pakistan Affairs 8 Days - Time Table Day: 01 > Evolution and growth of Muslim Society in the Sub-continent. > Ideology of Pakistan-Definition and Elucidation. Day: 02 > Historical aspects Muslim rule in the sub-continent, its downfall and efforts of Renaissance. > Movements for reforms-Sheikh Ahmed Sarhindi, Shah Waliullah, Aligarh, Deoband, Nadwah. Day: 03 > Sind Madressah, Anjarnun Hamiat-e-Islam and Islamia College Peshawar. > Ideology of Pakistan in the lights of speeches and sayings of Allama...

    Bangladesh, British Raj, Indian independence movement 422  Words | 2  Pages

  • Pakistan Elections

    Whilst the tenure of a democratically elected government comes to an end, political parties in Pakistan are gearing up for elections. Almost all significant parties have ruled the country one way or the other during the past five years. Perhaps, Elections 2013 are going to take place at the most critical time in the history of country. On the verge of selling their story to the public, the anti-status quo parties will have to produce a revolutionary and out of the box solutions to people’s problems...

    Approval voting, Election, Elections 831  Words | 3  Pages

  • Energy Crisis in Pakistan

    Essay: Electricity crisis in Pakistan their impacts causes and possible solutions Energy is physical quantity that describes the amount of work that can be done by a force. Energy is a basic need of every work done it can be obtained from many sources. Their are two types of energies Renewable which can be regenerated and non renewable which cannot be regenerated An energy crisis is any shortfall in the supply of energy resource to an economy of oil and additionally to electricity or other natural...

    Energy crisis, Energy development, Energy policy 924  Words | 3  Pages

  • Education in Pakistan

    and peace. Education is considered as the cheapest defense of a nation. But the worst condition of education in Pakistan reflects the fact that it is unable to defend its own sector. Though 62 years have passed and 23 policies and action plans have been introduced yet the educational sector is waiting for an effective educational reforms. With respect to Human Development Index, Pakistan has been placed by UNDP at 136th position, lower than some of its regional neighbors like Sri Lanka, Maldives,...

    Education, Functional illiteracy, Higher education 1694  Words | 5  Pages

  • Social Issues in Pakistan

    Geo-Strategic Importance of Pakistan. Geo strategic means the importance of a country or a region as by virtue of its geographical location. Geo political is defined as, stressing the influence of geographic factors on the state power, international conduct and advantages it derives from its location. Stephen Cohn describes this importance “While history has been unkind to Pakistan, its geography has been its greatest benefit. It has resource rich area in the north-west, people rich in the north-east...

    Afghanistan, Asia, Central Asia 507  Words | 2  Pages

  • Geo-Politics of Bangladesh Other Issues

    strategic scenario created due to rivalries between big powers. Bangladesh may be seen as a key player in strategic game plans of India Pakistan the U.S.A. and Chain because of the following reasons: 1. Bridge between India and North East 2. Bridge between SAARC and ASEAN 3. Gateway of Bay of Bengal 4. Energy security 5. Balance of power Geo-politics(analysis of border issues) In this scenario, thrusting upon non-traditional standard of security, the indo-Bangladesh border management...

    Bangladesh, Bay of Bengal, Bengali language 1540  Words | 5  Pages

  • Political Corruption

    personal gain or for other unfair means”. “Dishonest or illegal behavior of the people especially of the people in authority”. By every definition corruption means the violations of the laws of land and social norms and it is Root cause of all ills in Pakistan. Corruption is connected with bribery; it will be useful to define it, too. The word bribe literally stands for money as favors bestowed on or promised to a person in a position of trust in order to prevent a judgment or corrupt his conduct. It is...

    Bribery, Corruption, Law 1750  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hurdles Impeding Development of Pakistan

    What are development issues in Pakistan identify the obsession & hurdles impeding development of Pakistan? Scarred from birth, Pakistan's quest for survival has been as compelling as it has been uncertain. Pakistan cycled through a number of phases of development through its beginning Political, Social and Economic crises. The politicians were corrupt, interested in maintaining their political power and securing the interests of the elite, so to have them as the representative authority did...

    Democracy, Human rights, Law 2246  Words | 7  Pages

  • Current Political Situation of Pakistan

    Current Political Situation of Pakistan: Overview Pakistan is a developing country and it is politically unstable but we live in the world where everything is possible. Democratic governments have always failed to complete their tenure which eventually results in a long lasting dictatorship reign. In Pakistani politics, there is a clear domination by few families only and these families have never produced long lasting fruitful results. The political system has been stagnant since 70′s and no drastic...

    Education, Ethnic group, Islamabad 639  Words | 2  Pages

  • geographical importance of pakistan

    Geographical Importance of Pakistan PAKISTAN GEOGRAPHICALLY LOCATION: Location: Southern Asia lies between 24 and 36.75 northern latitude and between 61 and 7505 eastern longitude. Area: 7, 96000 sq.km. Towards north apart from the state of Kashmir is china. It shares 400 km long boarder with china. Towards north Tajikistan though no boarder but a narrow strip as Wahkhan strip separate the two. Towards east, Punjab-Rajasthan boarders which is 1650 km long Towards west, Afghanistan and...

    Afghanistan, Asia, Central Asia 495  Words | 2  Pages

  • Media Religion and Politics in Pakistan

    Many books have been written to understand the cultural exposition of Pakistan. This book has been written in the same perspective. This book is based on social scientific research standard. This book tries to analyze the role of mass media in representing, reproducing, and transforming political discourse in Pakistan. It in compasses major supplementary questions e.g. what the cultural contours of Pakistani politics are; how to identify and theories Pakistani cultural ethos; how to examine through...

    Islam, Mainstream, Mass media 1764  Words | 5  Pages

  • Essay on Corruption Culture in Pakistan

    Corruption is the misuse of entrusted power for private gains. It is of different types e.g. petty, grand and political. The petty corruption is usually linked with the lower salary employees and generally considered as facilitating payments, whereas, the grand corruption is associated with the high level bureaucracy. However, the political corruption as name indicates is related to the politician. They usually involve in this type corruption in order to maintain their status quo. The corruption...

    Bribery, Corruption, Karachi 2058  Words | 6  Pages

  • Similarities Between Zia and Musharraf’s Era Pakistan

    Similarities Between Zia and Musharraf’s Era Pakistan Fatima. F. Sultan Roll no.: 16-10872 Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement of the PKST101(D) Instructor: Khizar JawadForman Christian College University (FCCU), Lahore. Dec. 12th, 2013. Similarities Between Zia and Musharraf’s Era Pakistan Pakistan’s history has been married with dictatorship and military rule. Watching from a distance, we have dictators coming in over time and again. The reign of the dictators begins...

    Benazir Bhutto, Defence Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif 1718  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pakistan Media

    Media enhance the knowledge of public and communicates all the happenings to the public. Media industry of Pakistan is growing fast with much potential and seemingly bright future ahead. Media should not use negative tools to increase their viewership. Role of media in Pakistan is getting quite irresponsible; as there are so many talk shows and political debates on the screen all the time and sometimes they seems to be crossing their limits. Media should work in its limits and according to some...

    Advertising, Concentration of media ownership, Journalism 1036  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ethnic Groups in Pakistan

    Since its birth, Pakistan has been home to various multi-ethnic societies and groups in all its provinces. The activities of these groups have had varying impact on the political history of Pakistan. This paper analyses the impact of the Sindhi ethnic society (also known as the "Jeeya Sindh movement") on the political history of Pakistan during the 1970s. I then provide a critique of the government's response to the demands of these movements and then suggest my opinion as to how the government should...

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