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Benazir Bhutto

Gracious Adegbite Biography/Autobiography: One’s Life Story Analysis of Bhutto He Smiled He looked at her and smiled. Then looked outside and said those people, “your people” li desolate and toil to give you an education. You owe them something, so you must come back and serve these people. Benazir was raised to speak both English and Urdu but spoke Urdu colloquially at home rather. English was her first language and while she was fluent in Urdu, it was never grammatical. After her early education...

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Benazir Bhutto

Benazir Bhutto’s Personal Life: She was born at Pinto Hospital in Karachi, on 21 June 1953. She was the eldest child of former prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, a Pakistani of Sindhi descent. Her paternal grandfather was Sir Shah Nawaz Bhutto. Bhutto was raised to speak both English and Urdu. English was her first language, while she was fluent in Urdu. Despite her family being Sindhi speakers, her Sindhi skills were almost non-existent. She was a bright student and a well mannered Lady of fine...

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The Life of Benazir Bhutto

Benazir BhuttoBenazir Bhutto greatly contributed to political history of Pakistan and the entire Middle East. She was very well known for being one of the sole, if not the sole Pakistani politicians that was a woman. Looking closer, we find how inspirational and influential this woman really was to politics in Pakistan. We’ll discover her aspirations, her political agenda, her accomplishments and many important details that are necessary to understand the life of Benazir Bhutto. Ms. Bhutto was...

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Dictatorship and Democracy

Dictatorship and Democracy Benazir Bhutto was a renowned politician and the first female Prime Minister of Pakistan during a time that changed the face of the world; the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks of the World Trade Center, Pentagon and Flight 95. She was outspoken against the policy, rhetoric and agenda of Al Qaeda. On the 4th of October 2002, Bhutto gave a speech to the world stating that Al Qaeda not only victimized western society, but victimized Muslim Nations and the people of...

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stereotypes and judgement

in front of a magnified glass. Benazir Bhutto had faced nonstop criticism her entire life. Her father was a notoriously corrupt prime minister, of Pakistan. She had been observed and critiqued her entire life. She still manages to become the first female prime minister of Pakistan, although she faced a number of obstacles. Like Cady Stanton, the iconic female women rights leader, she had a knack for education and bettering herself and the people around her. Bhutto mentions in her piece Islam and...

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Pakistan Beyond Mass Media

Patriots, Intellects, Sport heroes and some world class Leaders. Some of the examples are * Sir Allama Iqbal, being known as Poet of the East who put forward Ideology of Pakistan. * Z A Bhutto, Founder of Organization of Islamic country; which is second largest Organization after UN. * Benazir Bhutto; who was the Youngest ever Female Head of the State and internationally well-known Leader. * Imran Khan; A Sport Hero, A Philanthropist and Most Popular Politician. * Arifa Kareem; the...

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Corruption in Pakistan by the Pakistani Politicians and Beaurocrates

result of corruption charges and allegations of power misuse. Benazir Bhutto of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) first came to power in August 1990 but later was dismissed. Her government was replaced by Nawaz Sharif and his Islamic Democratic Alliance (IJI) party in April 1993. After the resignation of both the president and the prime minister, and an interim government, elections were held, which resulted in a second term for Bhutto and the PPP. Her government was again dismissed in November 1996...

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History of Privatization in Pakistan

and gain to this. The flow of western aid and the rising importance of Pakistan as a major domino in the cold war were important to support the economy and the private sector during their period. Privatization in 1972-1977 The era of Zulfaqar Ali Bhutto was the era of nationalization, which moves the whole economy in the first half of 70s, was reversal in 1977. From 1972 to 1977, when Pakistani people party’s Government State a broad nationalization program under the concentration of wealth that...

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A Study of Democracy

corruption charges set against Benazir Bhutto by the President of that time. The next government of Nawaz sharif was also dismissed in 1993 by Ghulam Ishaq khan on plea of corruption and nepotism. Again elections were held in 1993 and Benazir became PM but this government was also dissolved on corruption charges in 1996. Royal style of politics: All the governments after Junejo were characterized by the royal style of the Prime Minister that was true in case of Benazir and Nawaz Sharif because of their...

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energy crisis in the backdrop of past data

responsibility, everyone is looking for scapegoat. Undoubtedly it is high time that each one of us should take his/her responsibility to save the country because there is no use of sweeping the dust under the carpet. Late Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto Shaheed said, "You can imprison a man, but not an idea. You can exile a man, but not an idea. You can kill a man, but not an idea” (CSS Forum, 2009). Energy Crisis leaves Pakistan textiles in tatters: Power cuts sometimes lasting more than...

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