"Pakistan" Essays and Research Papers


program which is based upon philosophy” Ideology of Pakistan Pakistan’s ideology was based on the Islamic principle of “the only sovereign is Allah". Ideology of Pakistan basically means that Pakistan should be a state where the Muslims should have an opportunity to live according to the faith based on the Islamic principles. They should have all the resources at the disposal to enhance Islamic culture and civilization. Quid-e-Azam once said: "Pakistan was created the day the first Indian national...

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Poverty in Pakistan

 POVERTY IN PAKISTAN CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Poverty Condition in Pakistan 3. Definition 4. Causes of Poverty in Pakistan Government Policies Poor Governance Corruption Unemployment Overpopulation Education 5. Remedies to Overcome Poverty in Pakistan 6. Conclusion INTRODUCTION The word poverty derived from Latin word “pauper” means “poor”. Poverty refers to the condition of not having the means to afford basic human needs such as clean water...

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Wheat Pakistan

Pakistan‟s wheat production in marketing year (MY) 2012/13 (May/April) is estimated at 23.0 million tons, down five percent relative to previous year‟s record harvest of 24.2 million tons. Wheat area harvested is witnessing a declining trend and has decreased by five percent during the last two years. Last year, the Government of Pakistan (GOP) procured 6.4 million tons of wheat from the local production, but has yet to announce a procurement target for this year‟s harvest. Trade sources estimate...

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Literacy in Pakistan

LITERACY IN PAKISTAN Pakistan's Senate on Wednesday was informed that national literacy rate is 54 percent out of which 66.25 percent male and 41.75 percent female are literate. This was stated by Minister for Education, Mrs. Zubaida Jalal in her written reply to a query raised by Senator Sardar Latif Khosa in the Senate here. Giving the province-wise and gender-wise detail, the Minister informed that an estimated 60.8% population is literate in Punjab province. The literacy rate for male and...

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Monsoon in Pakistan

MONSOON IN PAKISTAN 1. Introduction. There are two main types of climates, hot and cold. In Pakistan we have both. Today we will see hot climate. Hot climate in Pakistan starts from the month of March and prevails till the month of September. In Rahwali hot climate is coupled with moisture and that is because of monsoon. 2. Aim. To teach the phenomenon of monsoon in Pakistan and flying hazards associated with it. 3. Preview a. Revision. b. Climate of Pakistan. c. What is monsoon? (1)...

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Terrorism in Pakistan

Terrorism in Pakistan The term "terrorism" comes from French terrorisme, from Latin: 'terror', "great fear", "dread", related to the Latin verb terrere, "to frighten". Though terrorism has no accepted definition, yet it can be defined as the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aim or the calculated use of violence or threat of violence against civilians in order to attain goals that are political or religious or ideological in nature, this is done through intimidation...

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Federalism in Pakistan

of powers according to the constitution. The essence of federalism lies in the fact that the Centre should not interfere in provincial matters and vice versa. The Federal system in Pakistan has come under increasing regional pressure ever since independence. First of all, federalism did not exist in Pakistan in its true sense as the Centre was too powerful, which created a lot of resentment mostly from small provinces who wanted regional autonomy. Regionalism, an opposition to the highly centralized...

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Emergence of Pakistan

Emergence of Pakistan: The Indian Independence Act was passed by the British Parliament on July 18, 1947, giving rise to the Indian Union and Pakistan. It also saw the end of British raj in India from August 15, 1947. The Muslims of the sub-continent had finally achieved their goal to have an independent state after a long and relentless struggle under the single-minded guidance of the Quaid. Pakistan emerged on the map of the world in 1947. This came about beacuse of the Two-Nation Theory of which...

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Flood in Pakistan

million dollars to cover the next 90 days and UN chief Ban Ki-moon visited Pakistan at the weekend, calling on the world to quicken its aid pledges. Pak-Iran On 12th Sep. 2010 the Supreme Leader of Iran Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, called the devastating floods in Pakistan which have left about 20 million homeless the most urgent issue of the Islamic world and called for an immediate humanitarian assistance to Pakistan by Muslim nations and governments including Iran. On 5th Sept. 2010, Pakistan’s...

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Inflection in Pakistan

INFLECTION OF PAKISTAN INTRODUCTION : Assuming my definition does not define inflections found in one particular language, and instead be defined in general terms (associated within all languages affected), the word inflection in linguistics is an adjustment made to stem (in the form of a prefix, suffix, infix, etc.) to clarify: how many, to which gender an object belongs, when an event has taken place, in which tense the 3rd person (singular) has acted, mood, voice, and also in the comparative...

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Education in Pakistan

and peace. Education is considered as the cheapest defense of a nation. But the worst condition of education in Pakistan reflects the fact that it is unable to defend its own sector. Though 62 years have passed and 23 policies and action plans have been introduced yet the educational sector is waiting for an effective educational reforms. With respect to Human Development Index, Pakistan has been placed by UNDP at 136th position, lower than some of its regional neighbors like Sri Lanka, Maldives,...

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Train to Pakistan

Honors India February 15, 2013 Book Review: Train to Pakistan Khushwant Singh opens his novel Train to Pakistan in a seemingly peaceful village on the countryside of Punjabi. Although the small village is fictional, it is important to note the historical significance this village, its people, and the time period represent in the novel. Revered as a one of the finest and best-known renditions of the Indian tragedy of partition, Train to Pakistan embodies more than a fictitious community. The following...

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Democracy in Pakistan

Democracy in Pakistan Posted on January 24, 2012 by admin786| Leave a comment Anwar Syed We hear almost every day some commentators saying that democracy in Pakistan is in danger of being overthrown by hostile forces, and further that the democracy we do have is not the genuine article. These observations will bear scrutiny. It is not clear who the foes of democracy are and what they expect to gain from its demise. One explanation may be that the army chief and the DG ISI, who have traditionally...

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The Pakistan Ideology

Pakistani ideology is based on the Islamic ideology, which is quite obvious given the real reasons for the partition of the now Pakistan and India. The real reason for the partition was that Muslims were being imposed to follow the Hindu religion and the British didn’t help the Muslims and let the Hindus impose thing on the Muslims. The reason for the creation of Pakistan was so that the Muslims could practice their religion without any hindrances. 3) Aims of a Separate Homeland: ...

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The Radio Pakistan

The Radio Pakistan Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation (PBC) As observed in the case of television, the state maintained a position of monopoly in the radio sector until the2002 liberalisation of the media and PEMRA’s emergence as a broadcasting licences-awarding authority. Sincethen, there has been a steady growth in FM radio stations across the country. According to figures from 2009, there are presently 40 FM radio stations operating in Pakistan. After an initial surge in new radio stations,...

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Initial problems of Pakistan

Initial Problems of Pakistan Pakistan came into existence on 14th august 1947. Soon after its establishment Pakistan faced number of problems. Most of the problems of Pakistan were related with Pakistan dispute with India, such as the accession of the princely states, canal Water dispute, refugees' problems and distribution of armed and military assets. Infect most of these problems were deliberately created by India itself so that Pakistan would not maintain its independent status and soon merged...

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Pakistan Studies

(ii) How has the physical topography of the area made it easy to construct the ponds? [3] (iii) Where has the material come from that has been used to make the banks of the ponds? [1] (b) Why is fish farming of growing importance in Pakistan? Credit will be given if you name a species of fresh water fish reared on fish farms. [4] Question: 1 (May / June 2005) (b) (iii) The area of mangrove forest has decreased in size in recent years. How and why has this affected the...

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Ethnic Groups in Pakistan

Since its birth, Pakistan has been home to various multi-ethnic societies and groups in all its provinces. The activities of these groups have had varying impact on the political history of Pakistan. This paper analyses the impact of the Sindhi ethnic society (also known as the "Jeeya Sindh movement") on the political history of Pakistan during the 1970s. I then provide a critique of the government's response to the demands of these movements and then suggest my opinion as to how the government should...

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Partition of India and Pakistan

THE PARTITION OF INDIA, 1947 On the 14 August 1947, the new Islamic Republic of Pakistan was formed. At midnight the next day India won its freedom from colonial rule, ending nearly 350 years of British presence in India. The British left India divided in two. The two countries were founded on the basis of religion, with Pakistan as an Islamic state and India as a secular one. The partition split the Indian subcontinent in 2 well 3 really counting what is now Bangladesh on religious lines...

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Economic Condition of Pakistan

Economic condition of Pakistan For the past few years Pakistan has been following the technique of assessment of domestic oil value against the international oil value on a fortnight basis. About 85% of the oil required for domestic uses in Pakistan is imported. Back in the year 2004 various subsidies were given by the government on the oil price as an attempt to protect the citizens from the prospective record fuel costs. It was also an attempt to curb the rate of inflation prevalent in the country...

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history of radio pakistan

AZEEM KHAN SUBMITTED TO SIR:ATIF SHEHZAD DEPARTMENT OF MEDIA&MASS COMMUNICATION REG#639-FSS/BSMC/S14 FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES RADIO PAKISTAN IN THE LIGHT OF HISTORY March 1926 The Indian Broadcasting Company (IBC)‚ a private Company‚ was formed 23rd July‚ 1927 IBC started a station at Bombay‚ thus beginning organized broadcasting in Indo-Pakistan‚ sub-continent 1928 A small transmitting station was set up at Lahore April 1930 Broadcasting was placed under the direct control of Government...

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Agriculture of Pakistan - Essay

one sector may have some significant effects on the other sectors indirectly. The state of Pakistan, due to its geographical location and seasonal changes is regarded optimum for agricultural development. And since Pakistan is an agricultural country, so the profits gained by this particular sector is of much more significance than other sectors of economical development. The agriculture sector in Pakistan is of much importance as it ensures provision of necessary food to its people. Along with this...

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Pakistan Foriegn Policy

security and advancing Pakistan’s development agenda for progress and prosperity following the guiding principles laid out by our founding fathers. Guiding Principles of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the Founder of Pakistan and its first Governor General, in a broadcast talk to the people of the USA in February 1948, outlined the following goals of Pakistan’s foreign policy: “Our foreign policy is one of friendliness and goodwill towards all the nations of the world...

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Geographical Importance of Pakistan

Geo-Strategic Significance of Pakistan Outline: ❖ Introduction ❖ Graphical location of Pakistan Nuclear power ❖ Proximity of great forces ❖ Importance due to transportation economy ❖ Great importance in Islamic countries ❖ Climatic conditions ❖ Canal system ❖ Natural resources ❖ Conclusion Introduction: Geo strategic means the importance of a country or a region as by virtue of its geographical location. ...

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Minority Rights in Pakistan

Adela Wilson English 121 Mr. Panizeri 5, May 2014 Minority Rights in Pakistan Human Rights can be defined as those basic standards without which people cannot live in dignity as human beings. Human rights are the foundation of freedom, justice, and peace. Their respect allows the individual and the community to fully develop. They are "rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled". Human rights are certain moral guarantees that people in all countries and cultures allegedly have simply...

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Pakistan: Foreign Policy

Pakistan: Foreign Policy Pakistan, a land of many splendors and opportunities, a repository of a unique blend of history and culture for both the East and West has been the cradle of one of the oldest civilizations. The Indus valley, is the ninth most populous Area in the world, with 134 million tough, conscientious, hard working people wishing and striving hard to enter into the 21st century as equal partners in the community of the different developed nations. During the last 20 years Pakistan's...

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Historical places of Pakistan Minar-e-Pakistan: • Minar-e-Pakistan (or Yadgaar-e-Pakistan) is a tall minaret in Iqbal Park Lahore, built in commemoration of the Lahore Resolution. • The minaret reflects a blend of Mughal and modern architecture, and is constructed on the site where on March 23, 1940, seven years before the formation of Pakistan, the Muslim League passed the Lahore Resolution (Qarardad-e-Lahore), demanding the creation of Pakistan. • The large public space around the monument...

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Strategic Importance of Pakistan

Cold War with the then Soviet Union decided to use Pakistan as a frontline state against their enemy. Prof Munawar Sabir in his scholarly lecture delivered at the Superior University, Lahore, exclusively for the CSS students preparing for interview on ‘Geo-strategic importance of Pakistan’. He highlighted the geo-strategic importance of Pakistan by discussing Pakistan’s relations with its neighbouring countries and the major powers. When Pakistan emerged on the map of the world as a sovereign and...

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Pakistan Power 100 Gala

Pakistan Power 100 Gala By; Imran Shaikh An occasion of pride with sense of triumph and feeling of respect and euphoria for every patriotic Pakistani, domestically and internationally - ‘Pakistan Power 100 gala’ - Launched by Carter-Anderson the British Pakistan Trust, a group of young professional men and women who strive to improve Pakistan’s image abroad and connect inspiring individuals so they can work for the betterment of all Pakistanis. Khalid Darr, a veteran who founded the Pakistan...

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Research Paper on Pakistan

22 November 2004 PAKISTAN I chose to do my research on the customs and lifestyles of Pakistan and their people. It took me quite a while to get in contact with someone who lives there, but once I finally did, I made a friend for life! I was very curious how the Pakistani's felt about Americans, and if I could get an honest answer from someone there. My friend "Hussain" assured me that although there are extremists, just as there are everywhere, who take their hatred for America...

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Disaster Management in Pakistan

management in Pakistan By Irshad Ali Sodhar (FSP) Outline 1. Introduction 2. Disaster; definition and types 3. Disaster management 4. Phases of disaster management; a. Mitigation b. Preparedness c. Response d. Recovery 5. History of disasters in Pakistan 6. Disaster in the wake of recent floods 7. Structure of disaster management in Pakistan 8. Role of National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) 9. Abysmal state of disaster preparedness and management in Pakistan 10. Impacts...

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Pakistan China Strategic Relation

Pakistan China Strategic Relations Final Term Paper Background and History: Pakistan recognized china on 4 January, 1950. Pakistan and china bilateral relations are more powerful rather than others bilateral relations to other countries. China has always provided political, economic, diplomatic and support to Pakistan. Pakistan china diplomatic relations started in 21 May 1951. Whenever Pakistan suffered in natural disaster like earth quack and flood time China helped us a lot. The first Chinese...

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Social Problem in Pakistan

Social problem of pakistan 1. Poverty 2. Illiteracy 3.Terrorism 4.Food and water crisis 5.Population growth 6.Poor health facilities 7.Internal and international migration 8.Discrimination of Sex 9.democracy in shape of dictatorship 10.unloyal leaders 11.Foregin debt 12.Child labor 13.Deviant behavior 14.discourage the rules of law from government representatives 15.inflation ...

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Christian Youth in Pakistan

Roger Rojas Professor Delgado Religion in Contemporary World 101 28 February 2013 Christian Youth in Pakistan A country that has an abundance of tension between its people and religion can always land more media attention. The author of this article Feisal Rauf is a man with immense understanding and patience. For he is an author, activist, and has founded two non-profit organizations help to build up the relationship in the society of Islam. As Time magazine “named him among the...

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Youth and Future of Pakistan

educated and informed in an optimum fashion. Literally it refers to all the human force in a nation lying between the age group of 18 – 29 years. Though tender an age, yet the intellect, physical strength and wisdom it possesses has no parallel. Pakistan, our much-loved homeland; is passing through challenging times in regard to economic, social and political turmoil. Crime rate is increasing, with a fast depletion of natural resources, deteriorating agriculture and power shortages, with instances...

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Pakistan as a Super Power

PAKISTAN AS A SUPER POWER In a recent article, “Turning Challenges into Opportunities” we argued that Pakistanis are a brave, resilient, and highly intelligent people who, under a strong, determined, and patriotic leadership, can surmount any crisis. Furthermore, there are many reasons that Pakistan could become a global superpower within few decades. Of course, in the sublime sense, the only superpower is the Almighty Allah. However, in more mundane terms, a superpower can be defined as...

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Contrasting Cultures: Spain and Pakistan

Cultures: Spain and Pakistan This paper goes through the cultural differences of two countries, Spain and Pakistan based on four “culture-driving” factors: food, Religion, Clothing and Language. Culture may differ from country to country, family to family or even individual to individual. Mostly a country has its culture ,according to which the citizens of that country behave respectively. “A nation’s culture resides in the heart and in the soul of its people” (Mahatma Gandhi) Pakistan, which is officially...

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causes of seperation of east pakistan

Problems of the New State The attainment of independence brought an end to one phase of the struggle and marked the beginning of a new one for setting up and running a viable, stable and prosperous state. Pakistan began its independent life under very difficult and unfavorable circumstances. Pakistan faced serious problems in the initial stages. 1. New Administration 2. Division of Assets 3. Integration of Princely States 4. Communal Riots and Arrival of Refugees 5. Canal water and trade issues ...

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Endangered Species of Pakistan

Introduction: Pakistan is home to a number of endangered species, including the woolly flying squirrel, markhor, blue whale, Pakistan sand cat, the ibex wild goat, and several species of birds, whales and turtles. Certain mammals which could be found in abundance at one time have now become the rarest mammals in the world, such as the snow leopard, the Marco Polo sheep and the Indus river dolphin. ......................................... “Indus River Dolphin” The Indus River dolphin is endemic...

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Why Democracy Fail in Pakistan

“Why democratic system is weak in Pakistan: Causes and Solutions” . Executive Summary – Pakistan has been in quest for stable democratic system from its very inception.The process of its democratization has been slow and passive. Its nature has remained fragile. It has been showing high vulnerability towards non democratic interventions. Besides, it has been easily falling prey to non civilian forces. As a result, Pakistan has been continuously failing to offer what a democracy promises. Such pathetic...

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Pakistan and Afghanistan Issue

Pakistan Afghanistan issue Afghanistan and Pakistan share multiple strands of culture, history, religion, and civilization, but the two countries have never succeeded in establishing bilateral relations free of tensions. Rather, passive antagonism and mistrust have marked bilateral ties for the larger part of more than half a century following the creation of Pakistan. The intensity of hostility has varied under different regimes in Afghanistan, however, and though brief periods of cordiality have...

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Cash Crops of Pakistan

crops which are grown in Pakistan in abundance & earn foreign exchange for the country are called cash crops" Introduction: Pakistan is an agricultural country & seventy percent of her population lives on agriculture.These crops not only fulfill the local needs of food but also a great part of them is exported abroad to earn foreign exchange. Types Of Crops: There are basically two types of crops Food Crops & non-food crops The most important crops of Pakistan are, cotton,rice,tobacco...

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Cotton Industry of Pakistan

COTTON FACT SHEET PAKISTAN Pakistan has the 26th largest economy in the world with a GDP of USD504.3 billion and a GDP per capita of USD 2,600. It has a population of approximately 176.2 million people (2008 estimates). OVERVIEW Pakistan is the 4th largest cotton producer and consumer (preceded by China (Mainland), India and the USA). The cotton industry is an integral aspect of the economy. This is also true of the textile sector on which the economy is heavily dependent. As such cotton is a principal...

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India and Pakistan Independence

nationalist movement was progressing very slowly. As British rule there drew to an end, many Muslims demanded, in the name of Islam, the creation of a separate Pakistan state. Its emergence in August 1947 remains one of the major political achievements of modern Muslim history. It resulted mainly from the efforts of one man, Mohammad Ali Jinnah. Pakistan received independence from Britain and India on August 14, 1947. One of the greatest men in the history of India is unarguably Mahatma Gandhi. The way...

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Rice Industry of Pakistan

of Pakistan where the food, beverages, and tobacco (HS 2002 sections 0+1), of which it is a part, accounted for 16.8% of Pakistan’s total exported goods in 2008 (ITSY, 2008). In the same year, UK imported $56,207.0 million worth of food, beverages, and tobacco with an average share of 8.9% of total imports. Rice falls in division 10 according to HS 2002 (Appendix A13) and 04 under SITC rev.3 under cereals and cereal preparations . Its prominent position as second highest export from Pakistan was...

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Political Instability in Pakistan

Injustice Social injustice does not only effect the life of a common man but also jeopardize national machinery. Unfortunately, Islamic Republic of Pakistan stands on the top of those countries where social injustice prevails at every level of the society. Citizens of Pakistan are unaware of social justice concept and its effects on society. Pakistan’s civil and military rulers and elite class have been plundering this country since independence. They have always been claiming that they are...

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Demographic Profile of Pakistan

• The Islamic Republic of Pakistan covers an area in South Asia of 310,000 square miles, about twice the size of California. The country borders India in the east, China in the north, Afghanistan in the north-west, Iran in the west and the Arabian Sea in the south. It has four major provinces (Punjab, Sindh, North-West Frontier Province and Balochistan) and two territories (Federally Administered Tribal Areas and Islamabad Capital Territory). The most populous province, Punjab, has only 26 percent...

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Military Influence in Pakistan

Causes of Military Intervention in Pakistan: A Revisionist Discourse It is interesting that India and Pakistan provide illustrations of the contrasting as well as changing patterns of civil-military relations. The most outstanding contribution of British rule in India in the field of military administration was the norm and practice of civil-military relations which emphasized overall civilian control and the military’s aloofness from politics.1 However, in Pakistan, after little more than eleven...

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Role of Youth in development of Pakistan

Role Of Youth In Development Of Pakistan. Youth: For me youth is the other name of energy. Any society in the world is highly recognized and identified by its youth. To have change is a society you ought to change in the youth. Young people are the ones who have the abilities to bring the change to better the world and to enhance the resources. “When the newspapers have got nothing else to talk about, they cut loose on the young. The young are always news if they are up to something that’s...

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Issue of Kashmir and Role of Pakistan

the body are mutually inter-dependant. Pakistan’s life-blood – water – passes through Kashmir. Kashmir’s life force – its commerce, its people’s very livelihood, its cultural heritage – all lay through its contacts with what is now Pakistan. Both Kashmir and Pakistan have suffered all these years because of artificial man-made barriers between the two. Regrettably, the Quaid-e-Azam did not live long enough to influence the events that followed. The question that presents itself begging for an...

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Future of Democracy in Pakistan

The Future of Democracy in Pakistan Friday, August 17, 2007 (11:56 PST) Related Articles Constitution must be implemented in letter and spirit not in mere words Election 2008: Political Disintegration in Balochistan Elections 2008: Benazir Factor May Affect the Results Related News Govt assures conducive atmosphere for upcoming elections: PM Soomro 112 European Union observers have been arrived to monitor the general elections Poll on schedule, says Musharraf Imran terms Jan 8 poll plot...

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Pakistan Flood 2010

The Pakistan flood of 2010 happened on Monday the 26th July 2010 in the villages Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan and Gilgit-Baltistan. Causes The heavy rains were caused by a monsoon depression (also called a monsoon low) that formed over the Bay of Bengal on July 24, crossed over India, and reached Pakistan on July 27 Climate change – There was unusually heavy monsoon rains which caused widespread flooding in Pakistan, whilst coinciding in Russia unusually high temperatures...

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Voilence Against Women in Pakistan

Violence Against Women in Pakistan Domestic Violence and Rape After giving birth to five girls and being continuously tortured by her husband for not conceiving a boy, Faizan Mai, a distraught thirty-five year old Pakistani woman, killed herself and her two youngest daughters in 2002 by jumping in front of a moving train when her husband declared he would marry another woman that could give him a son. Studies on violence against women estimate that a woman in Pakistan is raped every two hours;...

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Women Right's in Pakistan

Women’s right in pakistan The protection and promotion of women's rights has become an acceptable element of the culture in most developed western economies. However, in many other countries throughout the world such rights are either non-existent or, where efforts are being made to implement new laws, these moves are being violently opposed by some other segments of the population. The development of women's rights in Pakistan, unfortunately, falls within this latter category. As a report produced...

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Disaster Management in Pakistan

Disaster Management in Pakistan On 26th October this year, thirty six trapped Chilean mine workers were rescued by drilling a deep hole into the mine. A month later, twenty nine mine workers in Newzeland died after remaining trapped for days in a mine. Poor disaster management cost precious lives. In Pakistan, too, Disaster management is not up to the mark. Be it the devastating earthquake, the catastrophic floods, the outbreak of fires or the aftermath of bomb blasts, the management was...

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Essay on Corruption Culture in Pakistan

The corruption is universal, however, its existence varies in rate of occurrence. Since the inception of Pakistan, the country has witnessed of the rampant corruption. Many governments in general and the governments in decade of 1990 in particular has become the victim of the widespread corruption and corrupt practices. In a recent survey conducted by the Transparency International, Pakistan ranks lowered from 42th most corrupt country to 34th country in the world. Islam explicitly condemns the...

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Gender Issues in Pakistan

BOSTON UNIVERSITY Gender inequality in Pakistan October 20th, 2010 Pakistan’s founding father, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, proclaimed in a speech given at a meeting of the Muslim University Union, in Aligarh, on March 10, 1944, the following: “No nation can rise to the height of glory unless your women are side by side with you; we are victims of evil customs. It is a crime against humanity that our women are shut up within the four walls of the houses as prisoners. There is no sanction anywhere...

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Energy Crises in Pakistan

Energy crises of Pakistan By Sahibzada Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri The unabated spate of load shedding throughout Pakistan has made life difficult to live in this sizzling summer. The unending energy crisis with power outages for more than 15 hours on daily basis has also dealt a severe blow to the national economy. Resultantly, business units and factories are getting shut down and layoffs of the workers are reported to be running in hundreds of thousands with grave implications for already burgeoning...

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Freedom of Pakistan and India

The Freedom of Pakistan and India Plan of the Investigation: In this essay, I chose to further investigate the freedom of Pakistan and India. On August 14, 1947, there was the birth of the new Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The very next day India had won its freedom from colonial rule lasting three hundred fifty years. The partition of India, following World War II, is the most tragic political event to affect India in its history. The partition divided Hindus and Muslims, who had lived together...

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Hr Issues in Pakistan

1 November, 2012 Human Resource EMAAR PAKISTAN dha phase ii extension, islamabad highyway, islamabad Masters in Business Administration Professional-Evening Group Members 1. aarooj mallick mbe 121003 2. Anum Qadeer mbe 121006 3. Ayesha farooq mbe 121015 4. Sadia Riaz mbe 121007 Table of Contents INTRODUCTION TO EMAAR PAKISTAN 1 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY 2 KEY ISSUES 3 METHODOLOY 4 CONSTRAINTS 5 RECOMMENDATIONS 6 BIBLIOGRAPHY 4 ...

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