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2011

Sectarian violence in Pakistan

The implications of sectarian clashes are manifold, everlasting and irreversible. It has divided the whole country on sectarian basis along with already threatening provincial, ethnic, political and linguistic prejudices prevailing in the country. Almighty God says in the Holy Quran; ‘And hold fast, all of you together, to the rope of Allah (the Holy Quran) and be not divided among …

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Hindutva terrorism Bomb for a bomb Chilling confessions

India is a large democracy and claims to be a secular state but the perusal of history indicates that Hindu terrorism had always been part of Indian religio-political culture and was advocated by leaders of right wing fundamentalist parties. The involvement of Indian fundamentalist parties and their leaders in gruesome terror attacks on minorities derived from religious motivations were constantly …

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Global Zero: world without nuclear weapons

It is clear that if we don’t achieve ‘Global Zero’, our planet is always at risk, of being converted into a ‘Ground Zero. Outline 1.    Introduction 2.    Brief history of nuclear weapons 3.    Perils of nuclear weapons 4.    Need to eliminate nuclear weapons 5.    Global zero initiative 6.    Is this goal achievable? Yes: a.    Historical support b.    Political will c.   …

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“The required thing to excel is commitment and dedication under proper and sincere guidance”

Throw light on your education and achievements. Although I have an ordinary education background yet I have been blessed with extraordinary career achievements. I am masters in Economics. I got admission in MBBS at Chandka Medical College (CMC), Larkana, but I quit it and went for job at the age of 20 due to family responsibilities. I have been working …

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No leadership is required for revolution

The leader who projected enlightenment for 23 years and confronted the Islamic forces and was smudged with corruption had to leave the country. President of Tunisia, Zain-ul-Abideen Ali fled the country on January 14, fearing the public onslaught. A blue-eyed boy of US and European countries was, in fact, a dishonest and cruel ruler for his masses who sold out …

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1947: Before, During, After

General Ayub promoted General Musa to Army Chief who was much junior and quite mediocre. He superseded the brilliant General Latif and the able General Sher Ali. Ayub selected Musa for his personal loyalty and a pliable personality. Thus, introduced a new criteria while caused a serious backlash and affected the senior officer corps’ sense of values and performance.’ Major …

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Dr King’s thoughts and business

Dr King’s Leadership Ideas work well in business and leadership. Many of Martin Luther King’s ideas fit well in business. Whether to honour Dr King’s Birthday or to look at new ways to tackle business challenges, consider reviewing his ideas, quotes, and speeches. You will find a lot of points that will echo common concepts in Business Management and Leadership. …

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Nuclear Proliferation

Nuclear proliferation has been a cause of concern for the world community Nuclear proliferation is the spread of nuclear weapons, fissile material, and weapon-applicable nuclear technology and information, to nations which are not recognised as ‘Nuclear Weapon States’ by the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Nuclear proliferation has been a cause of concern for the world community ‘both nuclear and non-nuclear nations. …

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