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World in Focus (Sept-Oct 2015)

World in Focus

NATIONAL Sep 16: Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif reiterated that terrorists will not be allowed to return to Fata and that the army will remain in the area to complete its job. Sep 16: The federal government removed the names of over 65,000 individuals from the Exit Control List (ECL) and the passport blacklist. Sep 16: The Lahore High Court ... Read More »

Errors in the Use of Noun

ERRORS IN THE USE OF NOUNS

Errors in the use of nouns are very common. Students are advised to read the rules regarding the correct use of nouns very carefully. A Noun, we all know, is the name of a person, place or thing.There are five kinds of noun, viz. i) Proper Noun: Azhar, Razia, Iqbal, Shakespeare.(ii) Common Noun: girl, boy, dog, goat, poet, city.(iii) Collective ... Read More »

2nd JWT ESSAY Competition

2nd jwt essay

After huge success of 1st JWT Essay Competition,Jahangir’s World Times now announces 2nd JWT ESSAY Competition All CSS, PMS aspirants are invited to write essay on any ONE of the following topics: 70 Years of the United NationsSuccesses, failures and the way forward Energy CrisisCauses, effects and remedies Read More »

World Top 10

world top ten

Ending a Long Deadlock Sep 16: Nepalese lawmakers voted overwhelmingly to approve a new constitution that will turn the former Himalayan monarchy into a secular, multiparty democracy. The passage was the culmination of a long-running process that started seven years ago after the end of a Maoist insurgency. Reinvigorating Kashmir Issue Sep 27: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif formally raised issue ... Read More »

Letters to Editor

Letter to the editor

For feedback and suggestions, please write to us at:editorjwtmag@gmail.com; editor@jworldtimes.com NEED TO REMOVE AMBIGUITIES It is absolutely true that reforms in CSS are the most pressing need of the time. But FPSC should make it clear as to what kind of changes are in the offing. The ambiguity created by the media reports about the proposed reforms has perplexed the ... Read More »

Hinduising Modi-fied India

Trump's Afghanistan Gambit (Editorial September 2017)

Recent surge in incidents of what can be called India’s ‘state-sponsored terrorism’ against its own Muslims and other minorities symbolizes the Hindu bigotry against non-Hindu Indians. Hindus fascists are out to ‘Hinduise’ India; a country that claims to be world’s second-largest secular state. Non-Hindus are being killed and lynched mercilessly on mere accusation that they are involved in beef consumption, ... Read More »