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February 2016

National, International MCQs (Dec-Jan ’16)

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NATIONAL 1. First anniversary of APS attack was observed on ______.(a) Dec 15    (b) Dec 16(c) Dec 17    (d) Dec 21 2. On Dec 16, Pakistan confirmed its participation in a 34-nation military alliance led by ______.(a) Iran        (b) UAE(c) Saudi Arabia    (d) Qatar 3. TAPI gas pipeline will enter Pakistan near ______.(a) Peshawar    (b) Chaman(c) Zhob     (d) …

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Saudi-Iran Spat | Clash of Titans in the Middle East

Saudi Iran Spat

Power game in the Middle East has gravely threatened peace in the region. The conflicts here are to be wider and broader in spectrum. The tensions in this important part of the world not only affect the entire region but also the whole Ummah and the world at large. As generally perceived, the whole Middle Eastern conflict is all about …

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How to Score High in Town Planning and Urban Management

hOW TO SCORE HIGH

The very fundamental rule of cracking a paper successfully is to understand, grasp and discern what the examiner wants you to write. No matter how much time you have spent with the books, subject and on preparation, this paper time will be deciding your promising future if you efficiently  use your wits. TIPS The nature of the question and its …

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Managing Urbanization in Pakistan

Managing Urbanization in Pakistan

When there is a population shift from rural to urban areas, or a gradual upsurge in the ratio of people living in urban areas in comparison with the urban centres, it is called urbanization. Various researches have indicated that urban population is greater than the rural one and that most of the urbanization has been observed in developing countries. There …

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On the Concept of Nationalism

Nationalism

Nationalism, like nation, is very hard to define clearly and unequivocally. The contention that nationalism is what nationalists make of it, is, in fact, an evasion. There are no two authors, whether sociologists, historians, political scientists, or psychologists, who define nationalism in the same way. This may lead novices in the study of nationalism to infer that, having read a …

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TIPS TIPS TIPS… SOME USEFUL TIPS FOR CSS EXAM

Tips Tips Tips

So dear aspirants, the day you had been preparing for, for a long time is about to come: the day you attached your dreams to and the day you sacrificed your comfort for. Exam, of whatsoever type it might be, does bring pressure and testing moments; and CSS exam, the one that can change the whole course of your life, …

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RIGHTS AND STATUS OF WOMEN IN PAKISTAN

Rights and Status of Women in Pakistan

We have heard numerous times that women are the cornerstone of a progressive nation, the edifice to tolerant civilizations and a basis to everything that concentrates within an influx of virtue. But, while all this might sound too idyllic, the harsh truth is that even in today’s world where nations are empowering their female populace, Pakistan still lags for behind …

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Bringing Peace to Afghanistan | An Appraisal of Internal & External Players

Bringing Peace to Afghanistan

The dialogue process for bringing a long-lasting peace in Afghanistan has once again got momentum. The war-torn country, during the last nearly four decades, has suffered colossal losses in form of physical or infrastructural damages, human miseries, tortures or detentions, agonies and pains inflicted on innocent Afghans. In such an environment of cynicism and given the background of such wholesale …

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How Pakistan Fared in 2015

How Pakistan Fared in 2015

The support for the Operation Zarb-e-Azb, spanning all political parties as well as the general public, with the objective of militarily dealing with terrorists continued successfully in 2015 with a visible decline in the number of terror attacks in the country. The heinous attack on Army Public School on 16th December 2014 continued to galvanize the nation in support of …

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Competition in the Indian Ocean

Competition in the Indian Ocean

The Indian Ocean is the world’s third largest body of water and has become a growing area of competition between China and India. The two regional powers’ moves to exert influence in the ocean include deep-water port development in littoral states and military patrols. Though the probability of military conflict between China and India remains low, escalated activities (such as …

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