• Story of Pakistan
    vision of Quaid-i-Azam, would you like to elect President General Pervez Musharraf as President of Pakistan for five years?"  According to the Government there were 78 million eligible voters. Eighty seven thousand polling stations were set up, including booths set up at prisons, hospitals, petrol...
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  • Constitutions of Pakistan
    -general and provided for power-sharing arrangements between the president and the prime minister. East Pakistan (now the independent state of Bangladesh) and West Pakistan (known as Pakistan since 1971) were to have equal seats in the national legislature. While parliamentary and federal in form, the...
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  • History of Election
    constituencies in East Pakistan. The party that ran the second-highest number of candidates was Jamaat-i-Islami. It filed nomination papers for 151 candidates. The Pakistan Peoples Party ran only 120 candidates, of which 103 were from constituencies in the Punjab and Sindh. The Pakistan Peoples Party had no...
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  • Role of Ppp in Pakistan
    . • Acquired sixty F-16 Planes And many other goals were achieved but in 1990 the president of Pakistan Gulam Ishaq Khan dissolved the Assemblies using presidential power 58-2B, the power given by the dictator Zia-ul-Haq to the president under the 8th amendment in the constitution of 1973. 3rd...
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     Consitution of 1962 Background On 7 Oct 1958 the military assumed power in Pakistan under the leadership of general Ayub Khan who was the Commander in Chief at that time. The military abrogated the Constitution and the federal and provincial cabinets were abolished...
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  • Essay
    federation in this Constitution. It has two provinces i-e East and West Pakistan. Each province has separate government which was free in its internal affairs. But the important sectors were under the centre for the unity and power of state. President was the head of federation. Parliamentary form of...
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  • Parliamentary History of Pakistan
    territories were to be governed in accordance with the Government of India Act, 1935. The first session of the first Constituent Assembly of Pakistan was held on 10th August 1947 at Sindh Assembly Building Karachi. On 11th August 1947 Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was elected unanimously as...
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  • Essays
    President of the | |Constituent Assembly of Pakistan, and the National Flag wasformally approved by the Assembly. | |On August 12, 1947, a resolution was approved regarding officially addressing Mr. Muhammad Ali Jinnah as "Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali...
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  • foundation semester
      President.    May 28-29 -- Pakistan carried out its nuclear tests in response to Indian detonation of its three nuclear devices and becomes a Nuclear Power. Nawaz Sharif's government proclaims an emergency on May 28, because of this, all fundamental rights of Pakistani people were suspended and all...
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  • Muslim League
    Muslim League" was proposed by Sir Agha Khan III who was appointed its first President. The League's constitution was framed in 1907 in Karachi." Early years Sir Aga Khan was appointed the first Honorary President of the Muslim League. The headquarters were established at Lucknow. There were also six...
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  • Obama
    Afghanistan. President Obama takes credit for stopping terror attacks in Pakistan. I think this article about how can we stop terrorism and extremism.? We can`t answer for this question, because terrorism it is interests from politics. Many years ago I saw news in TV about terrorism in America, in...
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  • Pakistan and War on Terrorism
    Pakistan The US Request Concrete Steps Taken by President Musharraf Delegation to Afghanistan Change of Policy/ Role of law-enforcement agencies Pakistan’s Response How has...
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  • Assignment
    branch governed by the Prime Minister as chief executive; and an apex federal judiciary head by Supreme Court.[2] The Constitution lay the establishment of President of Pakistan who is the ceremonial figurehead (head of state) and its role is to represent the unity of the state.[3] Drafted by the...
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  • Pakistan China
    -Pakistani diplomatic relations and colorful celebrations were held in the two countries. In May the same year, Premier Zhu Rongji was invited to visit Pakistan. In December, President Musharraf paid a state visit to China. In January 2002, he made a stopover in Beijing on his way to Nepal to attend the...
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  • Nazeem Sanwal
    proposals. Pakistan was motivated by the need to avert an imminent threat of Anglo-French invasion by keeping open the door to a negotiated settlement with President Nasser and thereby to frustrate the aims of those powers which were determined to serve an ultimatum on him. Pakistan warned against the...
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  • International Relation
    University, gwu.edu, Barbara Elias, August 14th, 2007 * “India-Pakistan conflict”, globalsecurity.org “I took a look at the list of techniques. There were two that I felt went too far, even if they were legal. I directed the CIA not to use them. Another technique was waterboarding, a process of...
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  • Pak Us Relations
    September 19, 1960 by Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and President of Pakistan Mohammad Ayub Khan. The treaty was a result of Pakistani fear that since the source rivers of the Indus basin were in India, it could potentially create droughts and famines in Pakistan, especially at times of war...
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  • Impact of Musharraf Domestic Policys
    . Musharraf’s response came a Week later and he criticized Karazi. It did just shortly before a state visit by President Bush; Karzai’s actions were intended to maximize impact on Pakistan at a time when increasing Taliban activity in Afghanistan had drawn American concern. When President Bush visited Pakistan...
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  • Thesis
    Majeed who were members of Sindh Assembly joined the party and attempted to pass the resolution for the creation of separate homeland for Muslims. After the creation of Pakistan, the Quaid-i-Azam decided that Karachi will be the capital of Pakistan. This decision brought resentment among Sindhis...
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  • Punjab
    The Government of Pakistan (Urdu: حکومتِ پاکستان) is a federal parliamentary system,[1] with an indirectly-elected President as the Head of State and Commander in Chief of the Pakistani Armed Forces, and an indirectly-elected Prime Minister as the Head of Government. The President’s appointment and...
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