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The Effects of Globalization

THE EFFECTS OF GLOBALIZATION

Globalization is the process of international integration arising from the interchange of world views, products, ideas, and other aspects of culture. It is a phenomenon that affects social and personal life in a big way.

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Not Ignorance but Ignorance of Ignorance Is True Ignorance

Not Ignorance but Ignorance of Ignorance Is True Ignorance

The fact that not ignorance but ignorance of ignorance is true ignorance encompasses the justification of existence of behaviours which are antagonist to all facets of society and state.

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The Smouldering Paradise

The Smouldering Paradise 1

More than sixty-seven years have passed but Kashmir dispute, one of the oldest unresolved international problems in the world, is still unresolved mainly because of India’s intransigence and UN’s indolence.

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BUREAUCRACY A Strict Administrative System

BUREAUCRACY A Strict Administrative System

All the states in modern world shoot for running the affairs of the country in an efficient manner to serve the people best.

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Resource Mobilization & The Economy of Pakistan

Resource Mobilization & The Economy of Pakistan

Pakistan is a country having vast natural resources but, unfortunately, it is unable to manage the scattered and divided network of national assets. All mismanagement and encroachment upon our internal affairs is due to intellectual vacuum and political dilemmas. Ironically, we are not independent enough to introduce some healthy economic reforms.

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Community Ownership of War on Terror

COMMUNITY OWNERSHIP OF WAR ON TERROR

While terrorists continue to kill innocent people through their indiscriminate attacks, they now seem to have shifted their focus on silencing the ‘propagandist and apostate’ media for its vilification campaign and failure to accurately project the ‘Jihadi’ activities.

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“Pakistan’s Toughest Cop” Perished

PAKISTAN'S TOUGHEST COP Perished

“I will give my life but I won’t bow to terrorists.” The lion of Karachi police and Pakistan’s toughest cop, as termed by ‘Reuters’, SSP CID, Chaudhry Aslam at last ran out of luck. This valiant, dutiful officer embraced martyrdom in a powerful bomb blast — the responsibility of which has been claimed by the outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Mohamand Agency — …

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World Energy Outlook

World Energy Outlook

Many of the long-held tenets of the energy sector are being rewritten. Major importers are becoming exporters, while countries long-defined as major energy exporters are also becoming leading centres of global demand growth.

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Strategic Prudence: A Must For North Waziristan Mishmash

A Must For North Waziristan Mishmash

North Waziristan Agency (NWA) is located between the Khost province of eastern Afghanistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of northwest Pakistan.

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Has Pakistan been left out of the South Asian ‘in’ Club?

Has Pakistan been left out of the South Asian 'in' Club 1

Afghan President Hamid Karzai has been quite successful so far in bringing his allies, India and Iran, closer to bolster multilateral cooperation primarily needed to block the return of the Taliban after the withdrawal of US forces this year. The collaboration also includes wide ranging cooperation in the economy, trade and commerce, and other fields.

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