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The Boiling Cauldron of Kashmir From a Legal Perspective (Editorial September 2019)

Editorial Sep-19

The Boiling Cauldron of Kashmir From a Legal Perspective “Time is on the side of the oppressed today, it’s against the oppressor. Truth is on the side of the oppressed today, it’s against the oppressor. You don’t need anything else.”  ― Malcolm X A zealous Hindutva follower Narendra Damodardas Modi has shown his true face: a usurper of rights, an ... Read More »

Madrassah Education in Pakistan

Children belonging to Rohingya Muslim community read Koran at a madrasa, or a religious school, at a makeshift settlement, on the outskirts of Jammu, May 6, 2017. Picture taken on May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta

Madrassah Education in Pakistan Mainstreaming and reform is the way forward Muhammad Atif Sheikh International Literacy Day is observed around the world on 8th September every year. The basic purpose behind observing this day, on the one hand, is to reiterate the strong resolve to make all-out efforts to promote education while also analyzing, on the other, the efforts made ... Read More »

The Kashmir Saga Identifying the Responsible Actors and the Way Forward

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The Kashmir Saga Identifying the Responsible Actors and the Way Forward Mairaj ul Hamid Nasri Gone are the days when states were bound to the rules laid down by the United Nations and other international institutions. Kashmir is in darkness and has been converted into the largest human prison in the world since Aug 05 by the oppressive Indian government. ... Read More »

Responsibilities of Civil Servants

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Responsibilities of Civil Servants Islam enunciates guidelines for establishing an efficient, effective and just system of governance that is based solely on wellbeing of the people, which is the essence of a welfare state. Government job is a sacred trust and official responsibilities must be discharged in line with parameters set by the Holy Quran and the Sunnah of the ... Read More »

Précis Writing

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Précis Writing Bhajan Goyal Introduction The word précis comes from the French language and it means ‘summary’. Hence, précis writing means the art of summarizing. It is one of the most useful skills you should acquire for your work both as a student and as a professional. Précis writing involves summarizing a document to extract the maximum amount of information, ... Read More »

In Conversation With Muhammad Qasim 25th in Punjab, PMS 2017-18

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In Conversation With Muhammad Qasim 25th in Punjab, PMS 2017-18 Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background? Muhammad Qasim (MQ): I hail from Bhakkar district. I studied there at District Public School till intermediate. Later, I obtained bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from CIIT Abbottabad campus. Right after that, I worked for a ... Read More »

Kashmir Freedom: A lost dream?

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Kashmir Freedom A lost dream? Rafia Syed Scrapping of article 370 that had provided “special status” to the Kashmiri people has come as another attempt to snatch from the Kashmiris the dream of freedom. This step will allow non-Kashmiris to buy land in Kashmir and settle there permanently. Resultantly, the Muslim majority of the valley will turn into a minority ... Read More »

The Scourge of Juvenile Delinquency And, how to fight it

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The Scourge of Juvenile Delinquency And, how to fight it Malika Sehrish Ishaque Justice system for juvenile delinquents in Pakistan is too strong to ameliorate their criminal behaviours, ergo halting crime in the country. In order to address the issue of protecting the rights of juvenile offenders, juvenile justice system was introduced in Pakistan in the year 2000. Unfortunately, the ... Read More »