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WORLD IN FOCUS May- June 2011

NATIONAL AFFAIRS India set to squeeze Pak waters while officials sleep; military takes notice: Pakistan’s Armed Forces were alarmed when Sheraz Memon, Commissioner of Pakistan’s Indus Water Commission (PICW) submitted to the Senate Committee on Water secret documents pertaining to the mishandling of projects constructed or being erected by India on Pakistan’s rivers. These include Baglihar, Uri-11, Nimmu Bazgo, Chutak ... Read More »

Most Expected Questions for PMS-2011

Geography Paper-1 Geography Paper-1 What are different types of Rocks? Classify them and give their economic importance. Write a note on the internal structure of the earth. How earthquakes happen. Discuss Plate Techtonic Theory in detail. What are land features associated with glaciers, rivers and wind erosion and deposition? Explain the concept of insolation. Discuss heat balance between earth and ... Read More »

Proper guidance helps you in getting higher marks

preparing the CSS First of all, I would discuss the optional subjects. The scoring subjects are: Islamic History, Geography, Psychology, International Law, Regional languages like – Punjabi, Pushto, Sindhi, Balochi, Journalism, International Relations, etc. Before preparing the CSS, the candidate should keep in mind that the CSS is the exam to compete with thousands of the candidates. So, the first ... Read More »

CSS is an Exam of Commitment and Dedication.

Haseeb Gohar 55th position, CSS-2010 Jahangir’ World Times: Throw light on your education and achievements. Haseeb Gohar: I did matriculation from Pakistan International Public School, Gujranwala, by securing 763/850 marks. Later I joined Punjab College for Boys, Gujran-wala, in pre-engineering and stood 10th in the Gujranwala Board. I got admission in one of the most prestigious university of Pakistan, University ... Read More »

An Analysis of Past Papers Plays a Vital Role in Scoring Good Marks

Salman Khan Lodhi 12th Position, CSS-2010 Jahangir’s World Times: Please share with us your educational background and achievements. Salman Khan Lodhi: I am an electrical engineer by profession and a graduate of the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore. I passed my FSc exam from National Science College, securing overall first position in the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, ... Read More »

No Progress Againt at Indo-Pak Talks

The peace process between Pakistan and India should not be held hostage to the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, rather back and front channels diplomacy should be launched to find out a peaceful solution to all the outstanding issues, including the dragging Kashmir issue. The Indo-Pak talks on all outstanding issues are always very sensitive. Indian stand on talks with Pakistan ... Read More »

Belief in Prophethood

It is obligatory upon Muslims to have belief in all the prophets who were sent by Almighty God. Prophethood means the transmission or reaching of Allah’s message to the human beings through prophets which may be in the verbal form i.e. sayings of the prophets or in practical form i.e. the actions of the prophets or their tacit approval or ... Read More »

IPO: an Organisation Dealing with Intellectual Property Rights

Hameedullah Jan Afridi Chairman, IPO- Pakistan Hameedullah Jan Afridi, Chairman, Intellectual Property Organisation of Pakistan, (IPO- Pakistan), Islamabad, has given an interview to Jahangir’s World Times about the working of his department. He has worked in various capacities in different government departments. A highly qualified person, he was elected Senator and MNA from NA-46 Khyber Agency, and had been Federal ... Read More »

The Worst Predicament of Modern Man

Western thinkers often describe man as a social animal, rational animal or talking animal, Marxists emphasize that man is an economic animal. Despite the innumerable technological advancements and intellectual achievements of modern man, his life is smothered with countless dilemmas of gigantic magnitude. Economic disparities, political upheavals, vicious cycle of violence, social tensions, psychological traumas and other such appalling crises ... Read More »