Terrorism in Pakistan; Causes, Effects, Solutions
Once a convicted "terrorist", Nelson Mandela, wrote in his autobiography: "the hard facts were that 50 years of non-violence had brought (my) people nothing but more repressive legislation, and fewer rights".
If the world leaders do not believe
PAKISTAN AND THE WAR ON TERRORISM
Following the events of 9/11, Pakistan joined the US-led international coalition against terrorism. As a result of Pakistan’s sustained support and relentless efforts, the international coalition against terrorism has been able to achieve sig
Kashmir was one of the major centre of Sanskrit scholars.
According to the Mahabharata, theKambojas ruled Kashmir
during the epic period with a Republican system of
government from the capital city of Karna-Rajapuram-gatva-
Kambojah-nirjitastava., shortened to Rajapur
GOVERNANCE AND DEMOCRACY IN PAKISTAN:
WEAKNESSES, STRENGTHS AND PROSPECTS
Pakistan had no worthwhile civil society and hardly any middle class in 1947 due to rampant illiteracy and absence of an independent media. The masses were poor, the country was described an “economic desert” a
Budget 2010-11 summary
The budget 2010-11 had the following main salient features:
a) The total outlay of budget 2010-11 was Rs 2764 billion. This size was 12.3% higher than the size of budget estimates 2009-10.
b) The resource availability during 2010-11 had been estimated at
Defination of Terrorism.
[ter-uh-riz-uhm] Show IPA
1. the use of violence and threats to intimidate or coerce,especially for political purposes.
2. the state of fear and submission produced by terrorism or terrorization.
3. a terroristic
Stabilizing PakiStan through Police reform
hassan abbas, Editor
a rePort by the aSia Society indePendent commiSSion on PakiStan Police reform
Stabilizing PakiStan through Police reform
Hassan abbas, EDITOR
asia Society report by the independent commission on Pakistan Police
WAR ON TERRORISM; OPTIONS FOR PAKISTAN AND HER RESPONSE
Aqsa Ejaz (l1f05bbam2117)
Abdullah sultan (l1f05bbam0128)
Submission date: 5-06-07
WAR on Terrorism: Impact on Pakistan’s Economy Rehana Saeed Hashmi * Abstract In analyzing the government of Pakistan’s policies towards USA in the war against terrorism, this article focuses on Pakistan US relationship and US assistance to Pakistan for economic development. The main concern is
Troops: About 1,000 soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division, soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division and various Special Forces units.
Location: Kandahar International Airport, Bagram Air Base and Mazar-i Sharif. Special Forces units operate across the country.
The annual general meeting of the World Economic Forum at the snowy heights of Davos, Switzerland, in which the world's top business leaders, political luminaries and forthright academicians, like Nobel Prize-winners, participated, had a complex agenda.
The five-day meeting attended by 1,000 bus
Which countries has America come to consider to be Rogue States' and what criteria does it use?
The term Rogue State' is used to describe states that are seen to be a threat to the peace of another country. Criteria used to identify certain rogue states' include being ruled by authoritarian
The state does not intend to impose any specific rigid frameworks of cultural values but aims at providing an enabling environment in order to ensure the preservation and growth of diverse cultural patterns in our country. The policy aims at building a nationally shared value system
THE SOCIOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY OF TERRORISM: WHO BECOMES A TERRORIST AND WHY?
A Report Prepared under an Interagency Agreement by the Federal Research Division, Library of Congress
Author: Rex A. Hudson Editor: Marilyn Majeska Project Managers: Andrea M. Savada Helen C. Metz Fe
Pakistan Studies Project Report [ Role Of Media in Pakistan] Submitted By: Moazma Naseer •Kalsoom Katib •Sadaf Ejaz Faculty of Management Sciences International Islamic University, Islamabad Submitted To: Ms. Nazneen
Role of media in Pakistan April 29, 2010 Table of Contents S. # P.# 01 Histo
Pakistan has quite an interesting yet sometimes depressing history of laws relating to both print and broadcast media. Presently, most of the black laws have been done away with, but there are still many forms of regulation of the mass media that are still in place.
Laws at a Glance
Pakistan & Afghanistan: Domestic Pressures and Regional Threats : Pakistan’s Strategic Interests, Afghanistan and the Fluctuating U.S. Strategy
Syed Farooq Hasnat
Vol. 63, No. 1, Fall/Winter 2009 Page 141-155
Dr. Hasnat highlights the historical tensions between Afghanistan and Pakistan, discus