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China’s Internment Camps

China's Internment Camps

By: Abdul Rasool Syed The so-called re-education camps for Uighur Muslims What’s happening in China under the guise of re-education of the Uighur Muslims is quite shameful. It seems that China, like the West, is suffering from paranoia against the Muslims. Islamophobia is mounting unprecedentedly with each passing day in Chinese society. It is quite evident in policy of the ... Read More »

CSS 2019 Solved Paper English (Précis & Composition)

CSS-2019 English Précis and Composition Paper

Q 2: Précis Dealing with Children The author says that educationists wrongly prefer not to interfere with children whereas they should enjoy their company. If one likes children the way one likes one’s pets, they will be more responsive without complaining much. If one tries to create in them a social sense and has in mind some future expectations of ... Read More »

CSS 2019 ENGLISH ESSAY OUTLINE

CSS 2019 ENGLISH ESSAY OUTLINE

DEMOCRACY & ILLITERACY DO NOT MOVE TOGETHER 1. Introduction 2. Democracy and its ingredients 3. Illiteracy: definition and concept 4. Facts which prove that democracy and illiteracy do not move together Political Facts Illiterate electorate elect undeserving candidates Illiteracy decreases voter turnout Illiterate politicians don’t let democracy deliver Illiterate rulers focus on short-sighted policies Illiteracy discourages decentralisation of power and ... Read More »

Political System, Economic Model and Social Values

Political System, Economic Model and Social Values

Three pieces of one picture We the Pakistanis usually think that once a particular person takes the helm of affairs, things will dramatically change as he has some magic wand with which all problems will be solved immediately. However, despite having seen numerous so-called ‘leaders’, the nation still seems not ready to learn some key lessons. One person may bring ... Read More »

POLICE REFORMS IN PAKISTAN

POLICE REFORMS IN PAKISTAN

We are in a pressing need to police the police  “When you have police officers who abuse citizens, you erode public confidence in law enforcement. That makes the job of good police officers unsafe” — Mary Frances Berry Policing in Pakistan faces many of the problems affecting the whole Subcontinent. Adding to those is the deteriorating security situation in the ... Read More »

How to deal with India

How to deal with India

Pakistan must acquire interests and instincts of a reviving economy Pakistan’s relationship with India has remained among one of the most contentious in the world. If for nothing, both are especially influential at containing each other, at least. For hawks across the borders, their mutual enmity and distrust of each other form the most important and even the sole support. ... Read More »

EDUCATION REFORMS

EDUCATION REFORMS

Panacea to All Ills Education is considered the mainstay of a country’s growth as it plays a catalytic role in socioeconomic development. In any society, economic progress or social change can be stimulated and sustained only when common people are provided with education. Development of any country is directly dependent on quality education, especially the technical and vocational training, as ... Read More »