• Kashmir Conflict (India and Pakistan)
    Kashmir Conflict (India and Pakistan) The Kashmir conflict between India and Pakistan dates back to the independence of both countries in 1947. The territory of Kashmir was at the time mostly Muslim but with a Hindu ruler, and it was unclear whether Kashmir would join with Pakistan or India. Eventually...
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  • wemake pakistan
    wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww- wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww- wwwwwwwwwwwwBetter Pakistan Foundation For a better Pakistan The Challenge for Muslim Ummah MAY 27, 2012 Today, we find that there is more uncertainty, complexity, and turbulence in the world...
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  • Future of Pakistan
    futures to a process of anticipatory democracy where the citizens of Pakistan consider, create and commit to building their preferred future. Deep Structures While the assassination of Benazir Bhutto certainly plunged Pakistan into one of its works crisis in decades, the recent successful elections...
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  • The Future of Pakistan
    THE FUTURE OF PAKISTAN The exercise of pondering over the future of Pakistan essentially boils down to suggesting that several things might happen over the next few years in Pakistan-or that, just possibly, none of them will. A rather foggy crystal ball, for Pakistan’s future is as ambiguous and confusing...
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  • Democrasy
    Has democracy failed in Pakistan? Causes of failure of democracy in Pakistan lies in our socio - political system. Feudalism, illiterate and apathetic people, self – imposed leaders and inherited politics are a few salient features of this system. It's a feudal state where we are living and most of...
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  • Five Futures for Pakistan
    In this essay, I outline Five futures for Pakistan: (1) the Pendulum continues forever, (2) Collapse, (3) Joining Chindia, (4) the Great Game, and (5) a South Asian Confederation. The most familiar and likely are based on the pendulum of rule by the military and rule by landlord/politicians. However...
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  • research
    with a substitute to the foreign policies of Pakistan. The two main forces that drive the policies and proceedings of any state are the national interest that is what the nation wants to accomplish and the other being potential power that is what the nation is able to achieve. In order to understand relations...
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  • English
    Past Papers CSP Members Go Back CSS Forums > CSS Compulsory Subjects > Essay > Essays Essay on the Future of Pakistan: Possible Scenarios Essay on the Future of Pakistan: Possible Scenarios User Name Remember Me? Password Home Register Awards Community Today's Posts Search...
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    Immature Media of Pakistan Since last 10 years Dozens of private TV channels are operating in Pakistan and in these private TV channels the news programs are especially famous among the whole nation. People who have any kind of access to the WWW or cable TV or have a dish in their homes will be watching...
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  • The Emergence of Hindutva Terrorism in India
    could lead to the radicalization of the marginalized Muslim community. In Explaining Terrorism(2011), Martha Crenshaw states the “first condition that can be considered a direct cause of terrorism is the existence of concrete grievances among an identifiable subgroup of a larger population, such as an ethnic...
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  • Global Challenges and Pakistan
    the surface in order to grasp an idea about the basic issue. Despite a stream of stung words and announcements made by the previous governments of Pakistan, there is a woeful neglect in accepting the challenges of the present millennium rather the situation has taken a quantum leap for the worse. On...
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  • Cash Crops of Pakistan
    Presentations, Business, Academics... Explore Documents Books - Fiction Books - Non-fiction Health & Medicine Brochures/Catalogs Government Docs How-To Guides/Manuals Magazines/Newspapers Recipes/Menus School Work + all categories Featured Recent People Authors Students Researchers Publishers ...
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  • Consider China’s Relations with the Developing World and What This Might Presage for Future World Patterns.
    New World Order and should most definitely be regarded as individual forces to be reckoned with. The two countries are the most heavily populated nations on earth and their domestic inhabitants range from the extremely rich and prosperous, to those at the complete opposite side of the wealth spectrum...
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  • Corruption Free Pakistan Dream Or a Reality
    Corruption Free Pakistan Dream or a Reality Corruption simply means dishonest or fraudulent conduct by those who are in power. As Lord Acton said: “Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Corruption is the absence of honesty and virtue.Corruption is the evil which leads to the...
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  • essay
    serve by country with best of my talent. I love Pakistan and I really believe that everybody should think to make it a really great country. I want to become a doctor. It is a noble profession. In medical line, there is much more scope of service. On can serve the patients everywhere in the country. This...
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  • Comparison of Pakistan and Philippines
    When analyzing the gross domestic product (GDP) of Pakistan it becomes strikingly evident that there is another country which is very comparable to Pakistan based on its GDP; this nation, which appears to have a very similar economic orientation to Pakistan, is none other than the Philippines. The gross...
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  • Journal of Political Studies
    Journal of Political Studies, Vol. 18, Issue – 1, 31-43 Political Instability: A case study of Pakistan Aslam Pervez Memon ∗ Kiran Sami Memon Saima Shaikh Fahmeeda Memon Abstract Political instability has become a serious and threatening problem especially in developing and underdeveloped countries. It...
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  • Soccer
    Soccer Soccer is the world’s most popular sport. It is the national sport of most European and Latin-American countries and many other nations. Millions of people in more than 140 countries play soccer. Soccer is one of the most famous international sports. There are three distinct reasons...
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    understand by “ Ideology Of Pakistan”? Explain in the light of sayings of Quaid-e-azam. IDEOLOGY OF PAKISTAN:- Meaning of an Ideology The word “ideology” is composed of two Greek words “ideo” and “logos”. It literally means “the science or study of ideas”. The ideology of any nation reflects the ideals...
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  • Soccer
     Soccer Soccer is the world’s most popular sport. It is the national sport of most European and Latin-American countries and many other nations. Millions of people in more than 140 countries play soccer. Soccer is one of the most famous international sports. There are three distinct reasons...
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