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2011

Emotional Deprivation Generates Behavior Disorganisation I

The importance of emotions and emotional intelligence in coping up with often complex situation The term Emotion is derived from the Latin word emovere which means to move, to excite, to stir up or to agitate. It signifies that emotional states are dependent on specific situations, and they are evaluated for personal significance and behavior disorganization. However definition of emotion …

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Energy Crisis

is all Because of the Circular Debt Mr. Rasul khan Mahsud, Managing Director (MD), Pakistan Electric Power Company (Pvt) Limited PEPCO. Had been Working as Chief Executive Officer, National Transmission and Despatch Company (NTDC). The Company is backbone of national power system of Pakistan, later approved the change of cadre as Managing Director NTDC by Board of Directors. October 2010 …

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In the Rubble of Estranged Relations: Squeezing Vs Reconciling

Pakistani side reconfirmed that there was no question of any support by any Pakistani institutions or any Pakistani institutions to safe havens in Pakistan. US assures that The question of any security role inside Afghanistan by India is a nightmare and totally unacceptable. The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s visit to Pakistan on October 20-21 was very significant in …

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Regional Cooperation is the Need of Hour

Discussion forum held at Business School of Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE), Islamabad. Under the auspices of Jahangir’s World Times a Discussion Forum was organized at the Business School of PIDE, Islamabad. Where students of ‘Business Administration’ shared their views on the Business potential of SAARC region. Their arguments were logical, convincing and categorically sound. Actually, their views reflect …

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We are Supportive of the Democracy and Civilian Government in Pakistan

HE Lars-Gunnar Wigemark Ambassador of European Union to Pakistan Jahangir’s World Time(JWT): How is the European Union (EU) reaction to the recent developments between Pakistan and India on bilateral trade relations? Lars-Gunnar Wigemark: It is a very positive development that Pakistan and India are seriously addressing trade issues and moving towards trade liberalization. Meeting between the Commerce ministers of the …

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Pakistan & India Natural Partners for Trade

Despite the fact that India and Pakistan can form a market equal to one fifth of the world’s population, both are still unable to take advantage of geographical proximity, and conduct trade through third countries like UAE, Singapore and Hong Kong. During the visit of the Commerce Minister Makhdoom Amin Fahim to India at the invitation of his Indian counterpart …

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Whom are You Talking to?

Now that the decision has been announced, the big question that perplexes the minds of most of our countrymen is who is going to give a practical shape to the noble desires and sincere intentions of the Supreme Court? Who will implement the road map given on the 156-page document? At this point, I can recall a play written by …

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How Can they Both be Alike?

The virtues of honour, dignity, self-respect and self-esteem are neither linked to wealth and affluence, nor are they associated with poverty and misery. Sometimes, they are displayed by the poorest man, while on other occasions, they vanish from the home of the richest and most prosperous person. But one of the cruelest lessons of history is that it never likes …

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Karachi Through Supreme Court Verdict

The Supreme Court in his historic verdict has declared and observed certain issues and in view of the observations has directed the execution to take certain steps to ensure peace in Karachi. The city of Karachi is the capital of the province of Sindh and undoubtedly the hub of great economical and financial activities. Karachi handles most of the overseas …

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