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November 2012

The Structure of the Earth

The thin, outermost layer of the earth is called the crust. It makes up only one percent of the earth mass. The continental crust is thicker than the oceanic crust. CRUST What comes to mind when you think of the word crust? Perhaps it is the time old saying,” Eat your crust!” The earth’s crust is a little different then …

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Many Faces of State Terrorism

Academicians and scholars the world over have attempted to analyse different dimensions of terrorism. Despite tomes being written about terrorism, a commonly-accepted definition of the phenomenon eludes both academic and policy circles. Terrorism has become a significant feature of the contemporary world order, particularly in the wake of the incident of 9/11 and the subsequent war against terrorism. Academicians and …

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90 very cool Facts About the Human Body

The human body is an incredibly complex and intricate system, one that still baffles doctors and researchers on a regular basis despite thousands of years of medical knowledge. As a result, it shouldn’t be any surprise that even body parts and functions we deal with every day have bizarre or unexpected facts and explanations behind them. From sneezes to fingernail …

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This Month in History November

November 1, 1995 November 1, 1995 – The first all-race local government elections took place in South Africa, marking the end of the apartheid system. November 2, 1930 – Haile Selassie was crowned Emperor of Ethiopia. November 3, 1903 – Panama declared itself independent of Colombia following a revolt engineered by the US. November 3, 1957 – Soviet Russia launched …

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4 Steps to Success

One should go to a single teacher and prepare the subjects according to the syllabus and the past papers of the CSS, as these two things serve as a track for the final exams. In this article, prerequisites of the CSS exams will be discussed. There are four things which one should take into mind while preparing for the CSS …

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CSS INTERVIEW How to prepare

Interview is a very significant part of Competitive Examination for it’ll determine the occupational group (like PAS, PSP, FSP, etc.) a candidate would be allocated in. So where I congratulate all those fellows who have cleared the written part of CE-2012 exam, it is highly advisable for them that they take this interview seriously and appear in it fully prepared. …

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WORLD IN FOCUS

National Affairs Karachi inferno death toll hits 298: The death toll of the fire in a Karachi garments factory reached 298 with several dozen workers still unaccounted for and presumably dead in the basement that could not be penetrated by recovery team. MTDF provides $10m for promoting female education in Balochistan: The Multi-Donor Trust Fund (MTDF), under the supervision of …

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In Conversation with Ameer Fazal, (PAS) 2nd Position in Sindh, 2011

Performance judgment through self-assessment and accomplishment of little tasks in time always proves positive  Jahangir’s World Times: Kindly tells us briefly about your educational background and the achievements? Ameer Fazal: Since, I belong to rural district of Khairpur Mir’s; I got my education there up to the intermediate level. Then, I did B.Com from Shah Abdul Latif University. Later on, …

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Queries of CSS Aspirants

1. What is ‘Trend’ in the context of CSS Exam? It is one of the myths associated with this exam, with some element of coincidence, which creates confusion among the aspirants. When a subject yields high scores, it is referred to as scoring trend. In past five years’ papers, such trend is seen in Islamic History & Culture, Journalism, Sociology, …

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What Your Eyes Can See

The most common idioms we use in our daily life? Have/Keep your eye on somebody. To be carefully watching everything that someone does, especially because you do not trust them to do things properly. I have got my eye on you now, so you do as you’re told. Clap/Lay/Set eyes on somebody/something An expression meaning to see someone or something, …

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