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GK TIDBITS

GK TIDBITS The only British fighter to win a UFC title belt is: Michael Bisping The country that has won the most number of Olympic medals in badminton is: China (41) Manis crassicaudata is also known as: The Indian Pangolin The number of extant species of pangolin native to the Indian subcontinent is: 8 International Union for Conservation of Nature ... Read More »

Violation of Human Rights in India and Kashmir Policy Imperatives for Pakistan

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Violation of Human Rights in India and Kashmir Policy Imperatives for Pakistan Mairaj ul Hamid Nasri The Preamble to the Indian constitution describes the country as a “Sovereign Socialist secular Democratic Republic”. Article 25 (1) of the constitution guarantees to all citizens of India right to freedom of religion in these words: “… all persons are equally entitled to freedom ... Read More »

THE SUN IS RISING ON THE DARK CONTINENT!

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THE SUN IS RISING ON THE DARK CONTINENT! Global Economic and Geopolitical Tilt toward Africa Hassaan Bin Zubair In its long history, Africa has served the global ambitions of many foreigners. Foreigners have reached out to Africa as missionaries, financiers, and infrastructure builders. Even today, investors and trade partners have their sights set on Africa. The two major players of ... Read More »

Regionalism and Pakistan

Meeting of Economic Cooperation Organization in Antalya

Regionalism and Pakistan Tariq Mahmood Khan Globalization is the product of this century and it has deep impact on all parts and all nations of the world. Many new phenomena have emerged as a result of exclusive globalization. Although regionalism is not a new phenomenon, it has got an immense importance as a by-product of globalization. New regional groups, unions ... Read More »

Nuclear Doctrine of Pakistan Offensive or Defensive?

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                                                                          Nuclear Doctrine of Pakistan Offensive or Defensive? Mian Majid Ali Afzal South Asia could not be isolated from the worldwide enthusiasm towards atomic energy after China’s nuclear tests of 1964. India, with the help of the United States, had already started its nuclear program on 2 March 1944 – nuclear physicist Homi Bhabha, who is Colloquially known as the ... Read More »

TAKE IT FROM ME

Prof Muzaffar Bokhari

TAKE IT FROM ME Prof Muzaffar Bokhari   Dear Readers,             Here are a few sentences involving the use of TAKE. You should read them over and over again. These sentences are idiomatic and good for both written and spoken English. Sorry you have no rights to view this Article/Post! Please Login or Register to view the complete Article Login ... Read More »

India’s New Citizenship Law

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  India’s New Citizenship Law Citizenship Amendment Bill heralds a Hindutva Rashtra Amjed Jaaved With an utter disregard to concerns shown by international community as well as a number of opposition parties as well as of sane voices, though scant in today’s India, the Indian parliament approved the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 which became an act after got the President’s ... Read More »

GK SNIPPETS

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GK SNIPPETS Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) was officially established in 1961, at the Belgrade Summit, hosted by President Josip Broz Tito, following the discussions that were triggered during the Afro-Asian Conference of 1955, hosted by President Sukarno, and which resulted in the adoption of the Bandung Principles that up to date still serve as the purposes and ... Read More »

Democratic Peace Theory after Pulwama Incident A Critical Appraisal

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Democratic Peace Theory after Pulwama Incident A Critical Appraisal Ayaz Ahmed “The history of nature . . . begins with good, for it is God’s work; the history of freedom begins with badness, for it is man’s work.” ― Immanuel Kant, The discipline of International Relations is an interesting field of study, largely (presumably) because of its clear-cut theories such ... Read More »