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2011

When Will the Real Change Come?

Will Imran be able to transform into reality his agenda of change, with all his personal charisma and enormous support of the country’s youth? ‘Change is not coming! It has already come’ These were the words with which the PTI Chairman Imran Khan concluded his address to the mammoth crowd of his enthusiastic supporters, who had rallied around him under the …

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In Conversation with  Abdullah Memon, (PSP) ‘1st in Sindh, CSS-2010

The Dream is not What you See in your Sleep but the Dream is What Which Does Not Allow you to Sleep Jahangir’s World Times: Please tell us about yourself, educational background and achievements in detail. Abdullah Memon: Well, I belong to district Thatta of rural Sindh and I got my education till intermediate level from my home town, Sujawal. …

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Narcotics Control in Pakistan: A collective responsibility

A comprehensive Drug Abuse Control Master Plan has been designed to achieve the objectives set in Anti Narcotics Policy which also carries the vision statement ‘Drug Free Pakistan by 2020’ however this is a shared responsibility of Government and Society. Unfortunately Pakistan is a major transit country for heroin, opium and precursor chemicals. In 2009 Afghanistan produced 6900 ton of …

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Supernatural Creatures The Perception of Human Brain?

Here is great amount of information available and discussed regarding ghosts, daemon, evil spirits, holy spirits, vampires and several observations about haunted places. But it never reached to any conclusion; those who have experienced, believe, others deny Does Supernatural exist? Or they exist in human brain only? Contemporary world; consider it to be myth of past. Call them ghosts, spirits, …

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How to Manage Energy Consumption in Offices and Workplaces 1

Energy consumption in offices and workplaces needs to be addressed on a large scale as lot of energy is consumed and wasted here. The use of excess energy causes pollution, primarily through increased carbon emissions leading to climate change, whilst contributing to the problems associated with dwindling fossil fuel reserves. Also, wasting energy reduces profitability. The government support programmes in …

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Blogosphere

A Unique Dimension of ‘Social Networking’ and Political Communication Blogging is now an avenue that allows for unfettered self-expression and also puts the mostly urban youth in touch with the world. It has broken the geographical and ideological barriers as well. We are living in the age of information technology (IT) which has made today’s human being really a technological …

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Challenging Times on Diplomatic Front

It remains a challenge for Pakistan to get its perspective understood by Afghanistan , the United States and the international community at large. Hussain Haqqani’s resignation as Ambassador to Washington in the aftermath of ‘Memogate scandal’ increased the challenges of  Pakistan foreign policy continued to face in the month of November. With the tension in the Pak-US relations still prevalent, …

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‘Memo-gate’ Scandal:

A Challenge to Civil-military Relations in Pakistan The question of responsibility is an important one for the Government of Pakistan and its citizens. Pakistan’s democracy is still stifled by its history of military dictatorships, but its active civil society and media continues to push for an explanation, as a legal debate unfolds over whether Haqqani’s alleged involvement in dragging the …

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Who is Threatening our Democracy?

Democracy in our country is threatened not by political rallies and slogans, but by the government itself and its own allies Rallies, processions, protests and demonstrations have always been an integral part of political, social and economic movements all over the world. Even today, most of the cities in Europe and the United States are echoing with the demonstrations related …

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