• Case
    SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION OF PAKISTAN: (SECP) INTRODUCTION: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) was set up in pursuance of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan Act, 1997. This Act institutionalized certain policy decisions relating to the constitution...
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  • Women in Pakistan
    Afshan Jafar claims that the position of women in Pakistan is the product of specific, historical, political and cultural forces (53). In this paper, we will examine the historical and contemporary cultural and political forces that influence women in Pakistan. Particular attention will be given to the influence...
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  • 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...
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  • pepsi
    Crime Prevention and Police in Pakistan: Do we know this? Crime prevention’s unanimous definition is as difficult as that of a universal definition of crime; however, barring philosophical discussions, the simplest description is: “Any action or technique employed by private individuals or public...
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  • sociology in pakistan
    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...
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  • Criminology
    Court system of Pakistan is made up of many courts differing in levels of legal superiority and separated by jurisdiction. Some of the courts are federal in nature while others are provincial. |Contents ...
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  • Life Cycle of a Product
    forces and institutions in British India which included much of what today is Pakistan and Bangladesh. For example, during much of the independence movement the British authorities in India enforced a series of draconian laws limiting press freedom, restricted the right of free assembly, and most egregiously...
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  • Independence Day of Bangladesh
    the independence of Bangladesh was declared and the Liberation War began. The people of then-East Pakistan took part in this war to liberate Bangladesh from the oppression of military leaders of Pakistan. Independence for Bangladesh was gained through a nine-month civil war against the Pakistani Army...
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  • Momo
    is based in part on English common law. Bangladesh seceded from Pakistan in December 1971. The British-era legislation applied in Pakistan after 1947 and post-partition legislation enacted in Pakistan continued to form the basis of Bangladeshi personal status laws, but legal developments since 1972...
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  • democracy in contemporary world
    military dictatorship was established in Chile. U.S. backing of the coup The government of the United States of America was unhappy with Allende’s rule and is known to have supported and funded activities that led to the coup. The U.S. provided material support to the military government after...
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  • Taxation
    AN ORDINANCE to consolidate and amend the law relating to income tax WHEREAS it is expedient to consolidate and amend the law relating to income tax and to provide for matters ancillary thereto or connected therewith; WHEREAS the President is satisfied that circumstances exist which render it...
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  • Business Law Solvency Act
    SAAD AFZAL 12-28106 MBA II BUSINESS LAW RESEARCH PAPER TO : MAM FATIMA KHALID 1 Table of Content I. II. III. Current Economic Conditions…………………….……..2 Insolvency Act 1986………………………….………….3 Modes of Winding up…………………….……………...3 a. Types IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI. XII. Winding...
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  • Corruption in Pakistan
    Corruption in Pakistan Corruption is a social evil having capacity to shake the very basis of the society; it cannot only affect the working of the government but threaten the very fabric of society. Though no country in the world is save from this evil; even the developed countries has to cope with...
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  • bussiness law
    B.COM.PART-II PAPER-V: BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL LAW BUSINESS LAW 70 MARKS I. LAW OF CONTRACT Introduction and definition of contract, Essentials of a valid contract, void agreements, contingent of the contract, Discharge of contract, Quasi contracts, Indemnity and Guarantee, Bailment and...
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  • Business Law
    Institute of Business Management Business Law Course Outline Course: Business law Course Instructor: DR SYED IMDAD SHAH Course Objective The purpose of this course is to analyze Business law, statues related business law statues from the courts. The focus of the course will be on the impact it...
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  • Energy Crisis
    Myths And Reality In Pakistan Asia Report N°24721 May 2013 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS Nine years after the first U.S. drone strike in Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) in 2004, the U.S. refuses to officially acknowledge the CIA-run program, while Pakistan denies consenting...
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  • The Reluctant Fundamentalist : Pakistan and the Use of Religion
    the September 11th terrorist attacks, he finds that he is viewed differently by Americans. Changez serves as an example of the tensions existing in Pakistan between Islam and modernity in a global setting. In this paper I will argue that the state used religion to serve political needs in Pakistan’s birth...
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  • Media
    human rights in Pakistan is a complex one, as a result of the country's diversity, large population, its status as a developing country and a sovereign, Islamic republic as well as an Islamic democracy with a mixture of both Islamic and colonial secular laws. The Constitution of Pakistan provides for fundamental...
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  • Politics
    Role of Military in Pakistan The Pakistan Army was created on 30 June 1947 with the division of the British Indian Army.  Since then, the armed forces have played a decisive role in the history of Pakistan. They are the seventh largest in the world in terms of active troops. Pakistan fought its first...
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  • President of Pakistan
    In Pakistan, schools, colleges and universities are in minority to provide best education. The important thing is to build more schools, colleges and universities, so that education would common in Pakistan. The other thing is to provide best facilities in education centers. In Pakistan, most...
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