"Illiteracy In Pakistan" Essays and Research Papers

  • Illiteracy In Pakistan

    Illiteracy in Honduras Guillermo A. Reyes Shadai School Abstract Illiteracy in Honduras is a topic of which all Hondurans Have notice since last year’s what is Illiteracy? Is the inability of knowing how to read and write mainly due to the teaching or practice enough. A Chaotic governmental system handle has living us in our main Topic: Illiteracy in Honduras, is Honduras safe of this Problem? Can Honduras eliminate illiteracy? And what Consequence this problem...

    According to Jim, Country, Education 745  Words | 5  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

  • pakistan

    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 to live according to the faith based on the Islamic principles. They should have all the resources at the disposal to enhance Islamic culture and civilization. Quid-e-Azam once said: "Pakistan was created the day the first Indian national...

    Afghanistan, Al-Qaeda, Federally Administered Tribal Areas 888  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

  • Terrible Consequences of Illiteracy

    effect essay Kurmanalieva Cholpon Terrible consequences of illiteracy Illiteracy, that is inability to read or write, is one of the main problems in the world that proceeds increasing with high speed. According to UNESCO Institute for Statistics about 800 million people (1 out of 6 people in the world) are illiterate, and more than 65% of that number are women. Moreover, some illiterate people often take illiteracy as a normal thing and don’t want to change their style of life....

    Asia, Developed country, Developing country 851  Words | 3  Pages

  • Social Problem in Pakistan

    Social problem of pakistan 1. Poverty 2. Illiteracy 3.Terrorism 4.Food and water crisis 5.Population growth 6.Poor health facilities 7.Internal and international migration 8.Discrimination of Sex 9.democracy in shape of dictatorship 10.unloyal leaders 11.Foregin debt 12.Child labor 13.Deviant behavior 14.discourage the rules of law from government representatives 15.inflation ...

    Drought, Gymnasium, Higher education 642  Words | 3  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

  • Literacy in Pakistan

    LITERACY IN PAKISTAN Pakistan's Senate on Wednesday was informed that national literacy rate is 54 percent out of which 66.25 percent male and 41.75 percent female are literate. This was stated by Minister for Education, Mrs. Zubaida Jalal in her written reply to a query raised by Senator Sardar Latif Khosa in the Senate here. Giving the province-wise and gender-wise detail, the Minister informed that an estimated 60.8% population is literate in Punjab province. The literacy rate for male and...

    Functional illiteracy, International Literacy Day, Literacy 1057  Words | 3  Pages

  • Image of Pakistan

    meaning of Jinnah’s Pakistan and compare with the today meanx of pakistan?? * Why pakistan is facing a serious image problem in the global community today?? * Media spoil the image of pakistan.. Are u agree with that or not?? * Why media show only our bad aspect instead of showing good aspect in media?? * Atomic power (Dr.Abdul Qadeer Khan) * Aarfa Kareem * Pakistan’s historical places, festivals, food etc… * Won 1992 world cup * View of pakistan who live in foreign...

    Better, British Raj, History of Pakistan 707  Words | 3  Pages

  • Poverty in Pakistan

     POVERTY IN PAKISTAN CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Poverty Condition in Pakistan 3. Definition 4. Causes of Poverty in Pakistan Government Policies Poor Governance Corruption Unemployment Overpopulation Education 5. Remedies to Overcome Poverty in Pakistan 6. Conclusion INTRODUCTION The word poverty derived from Latin word “pauper” means “poor”. Poverty refers to the condition of not having the means to afford basic human needs such as clean water...

    Basic needs, Governance, Indus River 1800  Words | 6  Pages

  • Current Political and Social Problems of Pakistan

    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. Pakistan has been facing...

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

  • Education Flow in Pakistan

    System in Pakistan In Human development Report Pakistan is placed at 136th position for having just 49.9% educated population. In addition to that, Pakistan is ranked at 113th out of 120 registered UN members according to the research conducted by UNESCO et. all. Some of the very basic flaws of the education system in Pakistan contribute to the economic, ethnic and sociopolitical crisis within the country. Flaws of Education System in Pakistan Firstly, the education system of Pakistan is based...

    Education, Functional illiteracy, Higher education 1375  Words | 4  Pages

  • Functional Illiteracy

    What is Illiteracy? An adult or adults with a reading incapacity, a lack of knowledge of a subject, and/or a error in speech or writing according to Encarta World English Dictionary is a person or persons with illiteracy. Ronald Nash the author of an on-line article entitled "The Three Kinds of Illiteracy" he describes the three different types of illiteracy. Nash explains in detail cultural, moral, and functional illiteracy in his article. Cultural illiteracy defined by E.D. Hirsch Jr. is to...

    Functional illiteracy, Human skills, Information literacy 860  Words | 3  Pages

  • Illiteracy

    2006/ED/EFA/MRT/PI/22 Background paper prepared for the Education for All Global Monitoring Report 2006 Literacy for Life Pakistan: where and who are the world’s illiterates? Munir Ahmed Choudhry April 2005 This paper was commissioned by the Education for All Global Monitoring Report as background information to assist in drafting the 2006 report. It has not been edited by the team. The views and opinions expressed in this paper are those of the author(s) and should not be attributed...

    Functional illiteracy, International Literacy Day, Literacy 4118  Words | 14  Pages

  • Failure of Democracy in Pakistan

    Failure of democracy in Pakistan [pic] Democracy can be defined as the government of the people by the people and for the people. It is an ideal form of the government in which all the strata of the population has great say in the internal and external affairs of the country. Significance of the democracy can be gauged from the fact that in the countries where it works and exists full well, they have well organized or disciplined states before and mostly peaceful political, social weather is prevailed...

    Democracy, Direct democracy, Government 1639  Words | 4  Pages

  • Poverty in Pakistan

    Poverty in Pakistan Poverty is one of the major social problem Pakistan is facing. It is one of the most important and sensitive issue not only for our self but for the whole world. Poverty can cause other social problems like theft, bribe, corruption, adultery, lawlessness, injustice. To eradicate the evils of society we have to fight with poverty. We can't control theft by enrolling thousands of police men. Corruption and injustice can't come to an end through tight legislation but by demolishing...

    Drinking water, Gross domestic product, High school 1170  Words | 3  Pages

  • Economy of Pakistan

    Introduction Pakistan was established in 1947 and since its inception; it has been surrounded by countless issues, some of which are confined to ill-formed/missing infrastructure, insufficient refined resources, barren or obsolete factories and technologies, the Kashmir controversy and other fronts also involving an ever-ready enemy to underscore its efforts towards progress. Despite being rich in natural resources, Pakistan has so far been a developing country with limited development in every...

    Economic development, Economic growth, Economics 1700  Words | 6  Pages

  • Why democracy in Pakistan

     Asad Ali Writing and Communication (SS 100) 13 March 2013 Let’s All Be Kings… Pakistan emerged as a result of long and arduous freedom movement. After independence, there had been lack of agreement on what system of government the country should adopt. As a result Pakistan has undergone different political and constitutional experiments. The system of government kept on switching between dictatorship and democracy. This irresolution contributed...

    Democracy, European Union, Freedom House 1481  Words | 6  Pages

  • Major Problems Facing Pakistan Today

    " MAJOR PROBLEMS FACING PAKISTAN TODAY" Introduction:- Pakistan was established in 1947 and since its inception, it has been surrounded by countless issues including but not limited to ill-formed/missing infrastructure, insufficient refined resources, barren or obsolete factories and technologies, imposed conflicts at Kashmir and other fronts and an ever-ready enemy to underscore all the efforts towards...

    Demographics of Pakistan, Developing country, India 956  Words | 4  Pages

  • Illiteracy Consequences

    Jet Sims Comp. II Ms. Choate February 3, 2012 Illiteracy Consequences Imagine being overseas in an unknown place where everything that is written is unrecognizable. An individual would possibly feel completely lost without any direction, no starting point, and no help. That is a daily way of life for the illiterate. They become lost because of their lack of education at a young age, or because their parents did not give them the opportunity. This education is paid for by the government and...

    Brain, Drug addiction, Functional illiteracy 970  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effect of Illiteracy

    http://www.cato.org/pub_display.php?pub_id=5551 http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/illiteracy.aspx EFFECTS OF ILLITERACY ON SOCIETY illiteracy is one of the major problems facing society and the educational system. Recent studies show that there is an increasing rate of illiteracy all over the world. A study conducted by   Recent studies show that there is an increasing rate of illiteracy all over the world. A study conducted by WSI (World Statistics Institute) shows that over 27% of people are...

    Functional illiteracy, Literacy, Reading 1395  Words | 4  Pages

  • Crisis of Women’s Education in Pakistan

    Name: Fatima Awan Roll# 13-10436 Subject: SOCL 325 (gender) Crisis of women’s education in Pakistan Introduction: Education is the most important and fundamental factor for any country. Inequality in education of men and women is highly immoral. Pakistan is facing major illiteracy issue. The main issue in the crisis is due to more preference to male than female. The girls’ education in the country is lagging behind with barriers for them to come to school regularly to complete...

    Education, Gender equality, Higher education 2457  Words | 7  Pages

  • Pakistan Contemporary Issues

    Political and Economical Issue of a Front Line State Over the past eight years, Pakistan has suffered bitterly in every field of concern. Born as a Muslim State, the wrestling between its secular and Islamic natures has never been so pronounced as in recent years. Its other sources of unrest, including the military's role as the authority of power there have been four coups in her past years of independence its raging corruption and political instability, resulting in the decline of development...

    Benazir Bhutto, Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan 873  Words | 3  Pages

  • Illiteracy in Australia

    1301 11/18/2014 Illiteracy in Australia In today’s world, knowledge is an important factor in the development of any country. And a low functional illiteracy rate is always a sign of a very humanly developed country as humans is what should be focused on by a government in order to advance in their country’s development. Australia is one of the developed countries, therefore, it should have a low functional illiteracy rate. However, Australia has an astonishing functional illiteracy rate of 44% (Columbia...

    Australia, Childhood, Developed country 1019  Words | 4  Pages

  • In Praise of Illiteracy

    "In Praise of Illiteracy" By Hans Magnus Enzensberger This essay was adapted from a talk given by the author and translated from German, which I took from Harper’s Magazine. Can we dispense with the written word? That is the question. Anyone who poses it will have to speak about illiteracy. There’s just one problem: the illiterate is never around when he is the subject of conversation. He simply doesn’t show up; he takes no notice of our assertions; he remains silent. I would therefore like to...

    Functional illiteracy, Knowledge, Literacy 1882  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pakistan: Nationalism Without a Nation

    Pakistan: Nationalism Without a Nation Since its inception, Pakistan has faced the monumental task to spell out an identify different form the Indian identity. Born form the division of the old civilization of India, Pakistan has struggled for constructing its own culture, a culture which would not only be different from the Indian culture but that the whole acknowledge. -Christophe Jaffrelot. Nationalism...

    Choudhary Rahmat Ali, India, Islam 1976  Words | 6  Pages

  • Status of Women in Pakistan

    Status of Women in Pakistan The status of women in Pakistan varies considerably across classes, regions, and the rural/urban divide due to uneven socioeconomic development and the impact of tribal, feudal, and capitalist social formations on women's lives. The Pakistani women of today enjoy a better status than most Muslim women. Women in Pakistan have progressed in various fields of life such as politics, education, economy, services, health and many more. However, on an average, the women's situation...

    Benazir Bhutto, History of Pakistan, Human rights 1915  Words | 6  Pages

  • Demographic Profile of Pakistan

    • The Islamic Republic of Pakistan covers an area in South Asia of 310,000 square miles, about twice the size of California. The country borders India in the east, China in the north, Afghanistan in the north-west, Iran in the west and the Arabian Sea in the south. It has four major provinces (Punjab, Sindh, North-West Frontier Province and Balochistan) and two territories (Federally Administered Tribal Areas and Islamabad Capital Territory). The most populous province, Punjab, has only 26 percent...

    Demography, Fertility, Islamabad 1782  Words | 7  Pages

  • Uniform education system in Pakistan

    wasted on attempting to achieve the impossible.” Poverty, terrorism and social and economic insecurity are a few of the numerous problems this country faces, the roots of all of which lie in a more basic issue: illiteracy. To solve the complex, ever-growing problem of illiteracy in Pakistan, numerous measures, including the prospect of a uniform education system, have been suggested. Although the idea of a uniform education system to tackle these problems shows promise because of the sense of unity...

    Curriculum, Education, Education in the People's Republic of China 1445  Words | 4  Pages

  • Illiteracy in India

    Illiteracy in India (disadvantages; propositions) Education acts as a refuge in adversity. It empowers the people. It is the tool that breaks the chains that resist a nation’s development. If the growth of a nation is to be people-centric, and if development is to be whole, then the people must be empowered and stimulated through education. Current situation (disadvantages): India is the largest democracy in the world. Quite interestingly, 30% of the world’s illiterate population...

    Education, Functional illiteracy, History of education 732  Words | 3  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

  • Illiteracy

    D.C. was ranked the most literate American city for third year in a row, with Seattle and Minneapolis close behind. (11 Facts About ….2)Most people think American as the greatest country ever. But little do they know that America has people with illiteracy problems. Two thirds of students who cannot read proficiently by the end of 4th grade will end up in jail or welfare. Over 70 percent of America’s inmates cannot read above 4th grade level. (11 Facts About ...1)The 70 percent of inmates that...

    Applied linguistics, Education, High school 478  Words | 2  Pages

  • Illiteracy, a Problem Facing W

    Illiteracy, A Problem Facing Women I was quite amazed as I researched the topic of illiteracy in America. What exactly is illiteracy? Illiteracy is defined in the Webster's dictionary as: 1) not educated; especially, not knowing how to read or write. 2) showing a lack of education --noun. a person who does not know how to read or write -- illiteracy. May-be someone can read just a little, some can make out the sounds of a word and some just cannot read at all. Illiteracy is a "loss" to those...

    Applied linguistics, Cycle of poverty, Gender role 945  Words | 3  Pages

  • Illiteracy

    himself into the situation if only for a short time. The author states that “more than one-third of America’s adults are at least partially illiterate, we should organize a massive Government and volunteer army to liberate people in prisoned by illiteracy” (Kozol, page 304). Jonathon Kozol, for over forty years, has been “deeply involved in social justice work” (Wikipedia, page 1). The book, Rachel and Her Children, from which the core reading was taken “received the Robert F. Kennedy award for...

    Emotion, Peugeot, Writing 720  Words | 2  Pages

  • SUICIDE BOMBING IN PAKISTAN – CAUSES AND REMEDIES DETAILED ANALYSIS AND OPINION

    Suicide bombing in Pakistan started after 9/11. Today Pakistan is the biggest victim of terrorism. After 9/11 incident, Pakistan supported the war on terror in Afghanistan. That war effected Pakistan very much. As border was not sealed so most of the Talibans ran away from Afghanistan to Pakistan. They were given shelter by the people of tribal areas of Pakistan because of their tradition of hospitality and clan bonding. As already Afghans were in refugee camps in Pakistan, so it was difficult...

    7 July 2005 London bombings, Al-Qaeda, Kamikaze 1876  Words | 4  Pages

  • Imports of Pakistan

    Assignment of Macroeconomics Topics What are The major Imports of pakistan? and For What purpose Pakistan Imports goods? Submitted by Muhammad Younus 1010-BBA63 Imports An import is any good or service brought into one country from another country in a legitimate fashion, typically for use in trade. Import goods or services are provided to domestic consumers by foreign producers. An import in the receiving...

    Import, International trade, Malaysia 521  Words | 3  Pages

  • Implementation of Good Governance in Pakistan

    Good Governance in Pakistan ‘Governance’ is the exercise of power or authority – political, economic, administrative or otherwise –to manage a country's resources and affairs. It comprises the mechanisms, processes and institutions through which citizens and groups articulate their interests, exercise their legal rights, meet their obligations and mediate their differences. ‘Good governance’ means competent management of a country’s resources and affairs in a manner that is open, transparent,...

    Accountability, Bribery, Corruption 1109  Words | 5  Pages

  • Terrorism in Pakistan

    achieve these goals. [11] Terrorism in Pakistan has become a major and highly destructive phenomenon in recent years. The annual death toll from terrorist attacks has risen from 164 in 2003 to 3318 in 2009, with a total of 35,000 Pakistanis killed as of 2010. According to the government of Pakistan, the direct and indirect economic costs of terrorism from 2000-2010 total $68 billion.[1] President Asif Ali Zardari, along with former President ex-Pakistan Army head Pervez Musharraf, have admitted...

    Al-Qaeda, Inter-Services Intelligence, Mujahideen 1872  Words | 6  Pages

  • Wheat Pakistan

    Pakistan‟s wheat production in marketing year (MY) 2012/13 (May/April) is estimated at 23.0 million tons, down five percent relative to previous year‟s record harvest of 24.2 million tons. Wheat area harvested is witnessing a declining trend and has decreased by five percent during the last two years. Last year, the Government of Pakistan (GOP) procured 6.4 million tons of wheat from the local production, but has yet to announce a procurement target for this year‟s harvest. Trade sources estimate...

    Irrigation, Pakistan, Punjab 2504  Words | 7  Pages

  • Healthcare Pakistan

    Question: The Government of Pakistan offers health care for free or at nominal rates in public hospitals. Does this act like a health insurance? Who benefits from such a policy? Critically analyze the policy and assess if a program like Medicaid can be successfully implemented in our context; will it improve health outcomes? The Economic Survey of Pakistan 2011-12 suggests that the federal government’s expenditure on health amounted to a measly 0.27% of the national GDP (“Pakistan”). Given that a majority...

    Gross domestic product, Health care, Health economics 1867  Words | 5  Pages

  • Extremism in Pakistan

    Understanding the Phenomenon of Religious Terrorism in Pakistan Pakistan has ended up as a target for the Taliban and Al Qaeda forces through a strange spiral of events which were triggered after 9/11. Terrorism has reached new and disturbingly dangerous heights. Not a week seems to goes by anymore without an attack resulting in the death of countless innocent victims. The economy of the country has been severely affected. Hundreds of thousands of people have left their homes to avoid cross fire...

    Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, Pakistan 1542  Words | 4  Pages

  • Demographics of Pakistan

    from the web like www.pbs.gov.pk/‎, specifically answer the following questions: a) What is the demographic makeup of the population of Pakistan? b) What is the age dispersion in Pakistan? and c) What industries do you see benefiting/losing within Pakistan because of these population figures. a) Demographic Details (Data source: http://www.indexmundi.com/pakistan/demographics_profile.html) Gender Precentage Population Male 51.4% 97,809,640 Female 48.6% 92,481,488 Total 100.0% 190,291,128 ...

    Demographic economics, Demographics, Demography 646  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pakistan Outline

    Pakistan 1. Flag Flag adopted in 1947 when British-ruled India was divided into two independent states: Pakistan and India. The white stripe represents the non-Muslim religious groups (minority) in Pakistan. Modern meaning: green represents prosperity, white symbolizes peace, white crescent represents progress, and white star represents light and knowledge. 2. Map Borders the Arabian Sea, and stretches north to the Hindukush mountains. Wedged between India and Afghanistan and Iran. Slightly...

    Afghanistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, North-West Frontier Province 636  Words | 2  Pages

  • Socio-economic cultural and environmental Issues in Pakistan

    . Issues in Pakistan Social problems: 1. Poverty 2. Illiteracy 3. Corruption 4. Unemployment 5. Child Labour 6. Health Problem Poverty: Sacracy of lack of basic necessities. A large chunk of population lives below poverty line. They live in miserable conditions. Poverty itself gives rise to various other social problems. Illiteracy: Inability to read and write is called illiteracy. Basic causes are: Lack of resources. High cost of education...

    Drinking water, Economic system, Ethnic group 2109  Words | 5  Pages

  • women in pakistan

    WOMEN IN PAKISTAN Outline 1. introduction Paragraph 1 Paragraph 2 with thesis statement leading to the conclusion. 2. Hurdles in the way of women empowerment in Pakistan a. Unlawful customs b. Feudalism c. Crimes against women d. Domestic violence e. Outdated and perennial culture f. Forced and early marriages g. Misinterpretation of religion h. Lack of policies implementation i. Hurdles in getting into politics j. Insecurity at work place k. Denied basic education l. Poverty m...

    Domestic violence, History of Pakistan, Human rights 766  Words | 2  Pages

  • Pakistan Progress

    Pakistan as a nation making Progress (Agree / Disagree) “The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little.” Franklin D. Roosevelt According to my opinion definition of progress is to make progress, to move forward in space, to continue onward in course, to proceed, to advance, to go on, as railroads are progressing. To make improvement, to advance. To make progress...

    Lahore, Nuclear optimism, Nuclear physics 1389  Words | 4  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

  • sociology in pakistan

     Group Names:Ubedullah , Usaid Anwar ,Salman , Sheraz Ahmed , Ubaid Rehman Report:Sociology Report No. 1. Report Subject (topic): Religion & Politics in Pakistan Submitted To: Sir Qamar Abbas Dated: 28-Nov-2013 International Islamic University Islamabad… Content Definition of Religion Definition of Politics History of Religion History of Politics Analysis (Religion & Politics) Suggestion Conclusion Definition of...

    Asif Ali Zardari, Benazir Bhutto, Islam 1305  Words | 5  Pages

  • History Of PAKISTAN

    The history of Pakistan as a separate country began in 1947 when the Indian subcontinent gained independence from Great Britain and was partitioned into the two countries of Pakistan and India. This separation was the culmination of events set in motion by the formation of the All-India Muslim League in 1906 to seek political rights for Muslims. Mohammed Ali Jinnah, called Qa'id-e-A'zam (Great Leader), served as the league's president and was the main force behind partition. At first he worked with...

    Ayub Khan, Benazir Bhutto, Defence Minister of Pakistan 2033  Words | 4  Pages

  • Democracy in Pakistan

    DEMOCRACY IN PAKISTAN OUTLINES 1. Introduction 2. What is democracy? 3. Nature of democracy. 4. Beginning of democracy 5. Democracy since creation 6. Causes of failure of democracy 7. Impacts of democracy 8. Measures for the survival of democracy 9. Conclusion “The essence of democracy is its assurance that people should so respect himself and should be so respected in his own personality that he should have opportunity equal to that of every other human being to show what he was meant...

    Communism, Democracy, Feudalism 1562  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pakistan

    Pakistan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the country. For other uses, see Pakistan (disambiguation). Islamic Republic of Pakistan اسلامی جمہوریۂ پاكِستان (Urdu) Islāmī Jumhūriya'eh Pākistān Flag Emblem Motto: ایمان، اتحاد، نظم (Urdu) Īmān, Ittiḥād, Naẓm "Faith, Unity, Discipline" [1] Anthem: Qaumī Tarāna قومی ترانہ "The National Anthem" MENU 0:00 Area controlled by Pakistan shown in dark green; claimed but uncontrolled territory shown in light...

    Ayub Khan, Benazir Bhutto, Lahore 3592  Words | 14  Pages

  • Blackwater in Pakistan

    Blackwater, is it in Pakistan? According to the article “Blackwater (Xe): The Secret US War in Pakistan”, written by: Andrew Hobbs, Kelsea Arnold, Brittney Gates, Elaine Wellin and Peter Phillips, within a covert forward operating base run by the US Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), members of the elite division of Blackwater are at the center of a secret program in which they target suspected Taliban and al-Qaeda operatives inside and outside of Pakistan. They write about how the...

    2003 invasion of Iraq, Central Intelligence Agency, Joint Special Operations Command 935  Words | 3  Pages

  • Emergence of Pakistan

    Emergence of Pakistan: The Indian Independence Act was passed by the British Parliament on July 18, 1947, giving rise to the Indian Union and Pakistan. It also saw the end of British raj in India from August 15, 1947. The Muslims of the sub-continent had finally achieved their goal to have an independent state after a long and relentless struggle under the single-minded guidance of the Quaid. Pakistan emerged on the map of the world in 1947. This came about beacuse of the Two-Nation Theory of which...

    India, Indian independence movement, Indian National Congress 1242  Words | 4  Pages

  • Government of Pakistan

    Formation of The Government Of Pakistan Government of Pakistan The Government of Pakistan is a federal government established by the Constitution of Pakistan as a centralized governing authority of the four provinces of a proclaimed and established parliamentary democratic republic, constitutionally called the State of Pakistan. The order of operations constitutes a Westminster system, and it comprises three branches of government: the executive, the legislature, and the judiciary. The executive...

    Benazir Bhutto, Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan 2278  Words | 7  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

  • 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

  • pakistan history

    pakistan movement The Pakistan Movement or Tehrik-e-Pakistan (Urdu: ?????? ???????? — T??rik-e Pakistan) refers to the successful historical movement against British Raj and Indian Congress to have an independent Muslim state named Pakistan created from the dissolution of the British Indian Empire muslims there were a minority, yet their elite had a disproportionate amount of representation in the civil service and a strong degree of cultural and literary influence. This movement was led...

    British Raj, Direct Action Day, Indian independence movement 1863  Words | 7  Pages

  • Corruption in Pakistan

    History Pakistan was created as a result of the partition of subcontinent and the British left behind a strong bureaucracy and army. The country was divided again when Eastern Pakistan seceded to form Bangladesh. A factor in this division was that Bengal's elite and ruling class had been Hindus who were displaced by the partition, while the Punjab's rich land-owning class were Muslims and so had retained power.[9] [edit] Recent events According to calculations performed by Transparency...

    Asif Ali Zardari, Corruption, Government of Pakistan 1413  Words | 6  Pages

  • Terrorism in Pakistan

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