• Independence Day of Bangladesh
    support for the creation of Pakistan was a result of the transformation of the Bangalis in British occupied India. During the British rule in the Indian subcontinent, the dominant section of the Muslim upper class had two components, the zamindars (landlords) and the ulema (clergy). A few words...
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  • Business Law Solvency Act
    Pakistan…………….….…11 Insolvency Rescue Culture…….……………………....18 References…………………………….………………..20 2 With reference to case law and legislation, explain in the ways in which a company can be dissolved. What are the various procedures governing an ‘insolvent company’? To what extent has the...
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  • ideology of pakistan
    Nation Concepts The fundamental concept of ideology is that Muslims should get a separate identity. They should have a separate state where they could live according to Islamic rules and principle. On one occasion Quaid-e-Azam said: “The Muslims demand Pakistan where they can rule in accordance...
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  • Failure of Democracy
    of serving the people and the country. The very purpose of creating Pakistan has been thrown into the background. The practice of political aggrandizement led to side spread administrative and social corruption. We have still to see real rule of law in the country. Democracy can never exist without...
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  • Problems of National Integration Between East and West Pakistan
    Pakistan was divided into a number of military zones. Major General Umrao Khan was appointed Martial Law Administrator of East Pakistan. This was how military rule began in Pakistan. Basic democracy On 27 October 1958, General Ayub Khan removed Iskander Mirza and he himself assumed supreme power as...
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  • Taliban
    peace and security to Kandahar during their rule. Before the Taliban gained power of Afghanistan warlords ruled Kandahar. The warlords sold almost everything including factories, telephone poles, and trees, to Pakistan. The Taliban made Kandahar a center for enormous trade. The Taliban believed...
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  • Role of Army in Pakistan
    military rule for about 28 years since 1947, political history has been violent with political assassinations, sectarian violence, political coups and terrorism. Large chunk of Pakistan is controlled by Taliban and its associates. Pakistan - Politics The First Thirty Years: 1947-1977 Since...
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  • Pakistan
    replaced by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto as Chief Martial Law Administrator. Civilian rule resumed from 1972 to 1977.[52] During this period Pakistan began to build nuclear weapons; the country's first atomic power plant was inaugurated in 1972.[53][54] Civilian rule ended with a military coup in 1977, and in...
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  • bussiness law
    liable to pay compensation. REFERENCE BOOKS: Chaudhry A. G. Mercantile Law in Pakistan,. Pakistan Publishing House, Karachi, Latest Edition. Khawaja Amjad Saeed. Mercantile Law of Pakistan Accountancy& Taxation Services Institute, Lahore. (Latest Ed.) Khalid Mahmud Cheema, Business Law, Syed...
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  • Hurdles Impeding Development of Pakistan
    -related legal reform in the country, in exchange for Pakistan's support in the U.S.-led "war on terror." For its part, the government of Pakistan has excused its failure to uphold human rights and the rule of law by citing domestic political pressure from hard-line religious groups and militant...
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  • Tolerence in Respect of Judicial Proceedings
    fundamental values. Tolerance is to be exercised by individuals, groups and State. Tolerance is the responsibility that upholds human rights, pluralism (including cultural pluralism), democracy and the rule of law. It involves the rejection of dogmatism and absolutism and affirms the standards set...
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  • Police Reforms in Pakistan
    solutions to deal with the issue. The police leadership in Pakistan so far has made minimal efforts to thwart have relied on the promulgation the alarming rise of corruption within its ranks, the of harsh laws and rules to untrammeled proliferation of which has paralyzed deal with police misconduct...
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  • Sustainability of Ecosystem
    property in any part of Pakistan, subject to the Constitution and any reasonable restrictions imposed by law in the public interest” Though property right has not been considered thoroughly in any public interest cases, this right could be used for the protection of the environment and for sustainable...
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  • Comparing the Australian Legal System with the Legal System of Your Country of Origin.
    head of state The Queen appoints the Governor General on the advice of the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister leads the government and he/she appointed as a party leader and in case of a coalition government the majority party rules. According to the Sharia Law a female cannot be the head of a...
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  • Business Law
    . * Types of law. * The distinguish between main types. 2. The contract law in Pakistan. * Contract & its kinds. * Essentials of valid contract 3 Essentials of valid agreement. Offer & acceptance * Definitions * Rules * Communication * Revocation 4...
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  • Empowerment of Women
    : ____________________ *Strike out which is not applicable. -11Annex ‘C’ Certificate to be produced by the Candidate from the Kashmir Affairs Division Government of Pakistan, under Para 4(ii) (c) of the Federal Public Service Commission Rules relating to the Competitive Examination (CSS), 2013...
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  • social media
    of legislation into law. It can also encompass social, economic and cultural conditions that enable the free and equal practice of political self determination. accourding to aristotle who actulally dislikes the democracy defined it as "the rule of mob,and the condemned it" seeley defined it...
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  • sociology in pakistan
    previous to its independence when it was still under British colonial rule. The roots of the religion in the region go back to the first days of the Bábí religion in 1844. Sikhism: There are a number of Sikhs living throughout Pakistan today, about 20,000. Zoroastrianism: Zoroastrianism is...
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  • pakistan democracy
    seeking power instead of serving the people and the country. The very purpose of creating Pakistan has been thrown into the background. The practice of political aggrandizement led to side spread administrative and social corruption. We have still to see real rule of law in the country. Democracy...
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  • Shah
    . | | | |9.1.5 Advertising in Pakistan: Problems & Prospects | | | |(the need of law should also be emphasised...
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