• Pakistan and the War in Terrorism
    Powel had spoken in detail with President Musharraf, seeking Pakistan’s support. On the same day, the new US ambassador to Pakistan, Wendy Chamberlain, presented her credentials in Islamabad and had a 40-minute one-on-one meeting with General Musharraf in which details of Pakistan's cooperation were...
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  • Essay
    (Lahore-Pakistan 1974) Second Summit of OIC was held in Lahore-Pakistan in 1974 in which 36 Muslim Countries were participated important Islamic Leader like Shah Faisal, Col. Qazafi President Anwar Sadaat also joined this session. In this meeting the following decision were made. i. Suggestions...
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  • Why Pakistan Should Not "Engage" with Israel
    country which was created out of a just freedom struggle, however Israel was created by unjust means and we would be betraying the Palestinians if Pakistan were to officially recognize Israel. In conclusion, I would like to reassert my point that the arguments that the Pakistani government presented...
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  • Smoking Kills
    United States, he proffered that India should work towards improving relations with Pakistan and that it is better for both nations if India were to do so. Almost alluding that India has not done its bit towards making it work with Pakistan. He repeated that later at the joint press conference in...
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    that President Mirza was trying to control through further central and bureaucratic manipulation. Mirza and Ayub were the two dominant leaders of a civil-military oligarchy that had decided that Pakistan could be governed best by tightening the grip of these two institutions on its government...
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  • Pak China Relation
    “Friends of Pakistan” (FOP) group was launched in September 2008, when co-chairs President Zardari and the top diplomats of the United Arab Emirates, Britain, and the United States were joined by foreign ministers from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and Turkey, and representatives of...
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  • Democracy in Pakistan
    establishment of Pakistan and now wanted again to come into limelight. They were supported by other religious parties, i.e., Jamaat-i-Islami, Jamiatul Ulema-i-Pakistan, and Jamiatul-Ulema-i-Islam. The movement was exploited by politicians in their own political interest.26 But the civilmilitary bureaucracy...
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  • National Reconciliation Ordinance
    deals, and recovered more than seventy missing persons who were in CIA/Pakistani intelligence prisons in Pakistan. Choudary was removed from office by Musharraf in March 2007. Some 60 Supreme Court and High Court judges, including Choudary were sacked in November 2007 when then-President Pervez...
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  • Pakistan Steel Mills
    the steel mill was formally launched by the then-President of Pakistan on 15 January, 1985. The steel mill project provided 20,000 jobs for workers from all over Pakistan. Unfortunately, from the very beginning plotting were launched by the bureaucracy against the workers in order to destroy their...
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  • Mcb World
    at the ceremony were Mr. Mohammad Aftab Manzoor, President MCB Bank Ltd., Mr. Saulat Mujtaba (CEO MNET Services Ltd.), Mr. Saleem Rafik (Chief Information Officer, MCB) alongwith Syed Bader ul Islam, Managing Director, NCR Pakistan, Mr. Stelios Fragkos (Area Vice President, NCR) Group Photograph of...
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  • History of Constitution Making Process in Bangladesh
    Constitution of 1956 did not provide for any provision regarding ‘subordinate courts’ or ‘magistracy’; these were to be regulated by the Code of Civil Procedure and the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC). In 1957 the East Pakistan Provincial Assembly passed the Code of Criminal Procedure (East Pakistan...
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  • Election System of Bangladesh
    . The Democratic Party has a nationwide policy for determining candidate. The Republican Party allows each state to determine their own way to select candidate. When Bangladesh was united with present Pakistan, former president of Pakistan Ayub Khan introduced a system of presidential election...
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  • Sopranos
    in March. The response of the opposition to this news was vigorous. Nine political parties ranging across the ideological spectrum formed a united front--the Pakistan National Alliance (PNA). Fundamentalist Muslims were satisfied by the adoption of Nizam-i-Mustafa (see Glossary), meaning "Rule of...
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  • Worlds Youngest Ceo
    learn and talk in their wave length. But we didn't have a computer at home. In those days, computers were very expensive and we couldn't afford one. So, what I did was, I located an Internet cafe near my house. With my modest monthly pocket money of Rs . 15, I couldn't afford to surf the net every...
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  • Political Situation in Pakistan
    POLITICAL SITUATION IN PAKISTAN POLITICAL SITUATION IN PAKISTAN By Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Reproduced in pdf form by Sani Panhwar Copyright © www.bhutto.org I Since the birth of Pakistan every government has appealed for national unity. Pakistan has run into crisis after crises, each...
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  • Drone War
    Drone War (Pakistan History) [pic] The United States government has made a series of attacks on targets in Pakistan since 2004 using drones (unmanned aerial vehicles). Under the George W. Bush administration, these controversial attacks were called a part of the US' "War on Terrorism" and sought...
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  • Terrorism in Pakistan
    ] According to the government of Pakistan, the direct and indirect economic costs of terrorism from 2000-2010 total $68 billion.[5] President Asif Ali Zardari, along with former President ex-Pakistan Army head Pervez Musharraf, have admitted that terrorist outfits were "deliberately created and nurtured...
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  • Christian Citizens in an Islamic State
    muslim league convention of 1930 and was critical of muhammad ali Jinnah, later to be known as Qaid I Azam (Father of the Nation) of Pakistan, and the first President of Pakistan. iqbal stated: i would like to see the Panjab, nWFP, sind and balochistan amalgamated into a single state. self government...
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  • Phea Case Analysis
    President and the Vice-President of PHEA felt that board members, as well as ordinary members, had an apathetic attitude towards the association and its activities. Members were dissatisfied with what the association had to offer to them and were reluctant to pay their membership dues, or to devote...
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  • Academic Papers
    Maoist rebellion eating away at its heartland? Its desperate poverty? The human rights abuses from Kashmir to Manipur, when Indian forces were called in to quell separatist revolts? Maybe, he said, democracy was just not suited to countries like India and Pakistan.” (Reuters, 2010) “Today, Pakistan...
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