• Imran Khan
    controversial and intractable war in Afghanistan. We see these events viewed not only through the eyes of Westerners, but through those of ordinary Pakistanis. Drawing on the experiences of his own family and his wide travels within his homeland, Pakistan: A Personal Histor provides a unique insider's view...
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  • Pakistan
    the process of normalization of their relations in the aftermath of their mutual recognition granted on February 22, 1974. In the world of real politics there are no permanent adversaries or friends, only permanent interests. From December 16, 1971 till February 22, 1974, an element of acute hostility...
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  • Women empowerment in Pakistan
    towards development. Furthermore, there is no doubt that without women’s participation, a country is unable to achieve success in matters relating to politics, sports, and the economy etc. Women possess equal rights, as much as men do in progressing development – be at home, or in formal or informal...
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  • cultural policy of pakistan
    beliefs." Pakistani culture seeks a synthesis of the material and the spiritual aspects of their life. Equally important is the consciousness that our spiritual culture if divorced from the realities of the times in which we live, would leave us directionless. The state can play a major role in providing...
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  • Papers
    indebted to senior journalist Intikhab Hanif (My MA. Fellow) for sparing much of his valuable time for me. His bright ideas based on his visits to media houses and schools of journalism in the USA and Japan, and his rich experience proved an invaluable asset for shaping up my mind and completing this...
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    indebted to senior journalist Intikhab Hanif (My MA. Fellow) for sparing much of his valuable time for me. His bright ideas based on his visits to media houses and schools of journalism in the USA and Japan, and his rich experience proved an invaluable asset for shaping up my mind and completing this...
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  • Pakistan and War on Terrorism
    Concrete Steps Taken by President Musharraf Delegation to Afghanistan Change of Policy/ Role of law-enforcement agencies Pakistan’s Response How has Pakistan handled the search for Osama bin Laden and...
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  • Pak Us Relationship
    House Speaker Time to Press ‘Reset’ Button on Pak-US Ties: Kerry Myth & Reality of American Aid US Has ‘Set of Expectations’ from Islamabad: Hillary Pakistanis Want a Better Future, Just Like US Should (Could) America and Pakistan’s Bond Be Broken? Pakistan-US Security Relationship at Lowest Point since...
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  • government
    Strasbourg discusses Gaza conflict and gas crisis in Europe 06. LI mourns the death of Helen Suzman News, media and political participation 08. Has politics evolved @ the pace of technology?, Val Oliveira 10. How blogs are helping local councillors and MPs in the UK...
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  • Editorials from August to December 2012
    177 2 www.css.theazkp.com www.facebook.com/thecsspointOfficial Copyright © 2012-13 DAWN.COM EDITORIALS FROM THE MONTH OF AUGUST Power politics August 1st, 2012 This time it wasn‘t just the opposition and its protesters in the streets. The government‘s allies spoke out in a chorus against...
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  • Media and Foreign Policy
    POLITICAL SCIENCES | MEDIA AND FOREIGN POLICY | SUBMITTED TO | MR.IJAZ BUTT | SUBMITTED BY | AYESHA SADDIQUE (01) | SADIA ABBAS (29) MISHA ZAIDI (12) INSTITUTE OF COMMUNICATION STUDIES ...
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  • Social media
    August 2012 NOR EF R ep ort Social media in Pakistan: catalyst for communication, not change Michael Kugelman Executive summary This report surveys social media in Pakistan. It identifies five ways in which Pakistan’s social media act as communication tools: they break or give greater attention...
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  • Reading
    Israel’s Public Diplomacy History of Israel Israel rules on world economy Media of Israel Israel Relations with other countries Politics and Religion of Israel Public Diplomacy of Israel 6/6/2013 By: Aymen Zahid, Irum Ghaffar, Fatima-Tus-Salam, Maryam Khalid, Nazish Samreen, Nazia Dar, Shafaq...
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  • Administrative Reform in Bd
    |37 | ABSTRACT This assignment explores the interplay politics and administrative reform in Bangladesh by drawing some perspectives from other developing countries. It covers the period both before...
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  • Education in Pakistan
    whatsoever. [Robert Hutchins] The connection between education and human security – defined in a broad sense – is immediate and direct. How future Pakistanis will live, the qua lity of their lives, the kinds of employment available, the political system to be, the manner in which citizens will resolve...
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  • journalism
    all respect; otherwise it will not serve the purpose of communication. 4. Proper medium of communication: The communicator should select the proper media of communication by considering such factors as the nature of communication, urgency of communication, distance between communicator and recipient of...
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  • Bureocracy
    government also worked as measure productive part where public demand, needs and support transformed into action and policies. This research analyzes the role of Pakistan’s bureaucracy in policy issues and the various elements that have shaped its character in the country’s governance. Dynamics of policy making...
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  • Diplomacy and Propaganda in the Kashmir War
    model, an analysis of the indo – Pakistani war and the interplay between propaganda and diplomacy. I will describe the four major conflicts in the area: the 1947 war, 1965, 1971 the Karghil War from 1999, and the post 2000 situation. While the propaganda had a crucial role in escalating the conflict, the...
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  • document
    Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software http://www.foxitsoftware.com For evaluation only. Alliance Politics in Pakistan: A Study of the United Front Ghulam Mustafa Abstract Political parties which wish to exercise power in parliamentary democracy are typically forced to enter into an ...
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  • term paper
    scion of the Nehru-Gandhi family. But Mr Modi's strident Hindu nationalism has fuelled public outrage.” All are fair game: NSA surveillance FOR Pakistanis, who are sensitive to bias, could it be proof of America’s equal distrust of all allies? It would appear so, until we learn that even in the Western...
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