• Global Challenges and Pakistan
    , sprit of patriotism and excellent foreign policies. How Pakistan has prepared itself to face the challenges of the newly started millennium? Some efforts were also made in Pakistan to make some progress in the last decade of the previous century but those could not become result oriented due to self...
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  • Flood
    , a plastic jug, and cloth that can be cut into sanitary towels for women. Photo: Jane Beesley/Oxfam 13 Pakistan Floods Progress Report 2010/2011 Residents of a camp in Thatta, in Hyderabad, Sindh, collect water from a truck (water bowser), which carried 8,000 litres a day to meet the...
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  • Global Challenges and Pakistan
    can he easily analyzed that where do Pakistan stand? How Pakistan has prepared itself to face the challenges of the newly started millennium? Some efforts were also made in Pakistan to made some progress in the last decade of the previous century but those could not become result oriented due to self...
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  • Future of Pakistan
    Future of Pakistan After a great struggle Muslims of the sub-continent succeeded to get a homeland where they could lead their lives according to their religion. On 14th august, 1947, Pakistan came into being. Unto now Pakistan has made much progress in different fields. Although Pakistan has...
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  • Eucation
    without education. By the means of education only one’s potential can be used to maximum extent. Education tells men how to think, how to work properly, how to make decision. Through education only one can make separate identity. It is most important in life like our basic need foods, clothe and shelter. With the beginning we learnt how to interact with others, how to make friends because of education only....
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  • Environment, Crime, and Disease of Pakistan
    and poor hygiene that will result in the spread of diseases. Overpopulation will make the spread of contagious diseases even easier. Health resources available will not be sufficient enough to cater to the needs of the huge population. Population issues of Pakistan and how this issue is...
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  • essay
    fame. I wish to 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...
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  • Pakistan Contemporary Issues
    of writing an essay about Pakistan. One of the strengths of this book is her review of the history of decline of economy and her description of the development of the different groups and sects resulting in halting the progress. Moreover, issues of Pakistan in the domestic and at national level as...
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  • Comparison of the Power of Aducating Adolescent Girls by Cynthia B. Lloyd with Juliet Young and Social Development, the Empowerment of Women and the Expansion of Civil Society..Alternative Ways Out of the Death and Poverty Trap by Anita M. Weiss
    progress and if one will flourish it will make the other one to develop with it and vice versa. Here we will discuss two interesting articles. One of them is concerned with social development and the other is dealing with economic uplifting. Article 1 The Power of...
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  • List of Important Topics for Essays
    , and the western perception for islam (1997) 46. World economic scenario and Pakistan place in it (1998) 47. Accountability first and elections later (1996) 48. The causes of female backwardness in Pakistan and an appraisal of contribution that woman can make to nation development effort (1996...
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  • Democracy
    above 100 ranking again. The citizens of Pakistan are important component of the Democracy in the country. They choose their leaders through voting and the leaders then steer the Government in their own way. So, citizen can be blamed if the democracy in the Pakistan is not working well. They are the...
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  • Hrm Unilever
    Unilever Pakistan are provided with flexible working hours, they can make their own working patterns according to their own suitable timings. There is no compulsion from the management to do their work on some particular time of the day. DAY CARE CENTRE There is a day care centre situated in the...
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  • Essay
    countries have shown remarkable pace of progress using the vehicle of ICT4D. Pakistan has lot of potentials and we can still BOUNCE BACK if we make a road map of development based on use of ICTs for all in areas of education, health, agriculture and good governance. This is ICT4ALL Pakistan vision2015...
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  • Importance of Technical Education
    every aspect of life. What makes life so brain friendly for us simply; these are the Technologies which we use for our ease and comforts. Not only in our daily life but also in the research centre, in defensive measured of a country, biological aspects etc. No nation could generate the progress unless...
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  • Role of Youth in development of Pakistan
    step for the youth is to educate themselves. In any area of life, no progress can be done without proper education. There is a need to provide education in each single area of Pakistan. Greater the educated person we have, greater are the chances for our progress and prosperity. Without education we...
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  • Technical Education
    [pic] (How can we develop technical skill in our young men?) Outline :( Only Main Points) 1 Introduction 2 Advantages and Importance 3 Limitations 4 Condition in Pakistan According to human needs, education can be divided into three...
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  • Hurdles Impeding Development of Pakistan
    extra Ten from? A positive change can be seen in the Economy of Pakistan yet there are isues. The recent turnaround in Pakistan’s economy has evoked two different kinds of responses. There are observers who argue that the economic progress made by Pakistan since 1999 is a mirage and a false dawn and...
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  • The Essay
    , Kashmir is a "Time Bomb" which would explode at its proper time and that time, we are sure, has come now. Kashmir is a part and parcel of Pakistan and we can never withdraw from this right. The Place of Women in Our Society or The Duties of Women Essay 2 Women play a very...
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  • electricity crisis
    resources and nuclear power but we are facing load- shedding. Electricity is one of the most important, which plays a vital role in the progress of any country. Our economy largely depended on electricity. And we are unable to meet our basic needs so how can we progress and compete with other countries...
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  • Education
    the mental slavery and put the country back on the track of true democracy, progress and prosperity. In a democracy, the poor will have more power than the rich, because there are more of them, and the will of the majority is supreme.- (Aristotle) Democracy did not fail in Pakistan because of...
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