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September 2011

Dengue Fever

The virus is not contagious and cannot be spread directly from person to person. There must be a person-to-mosquito-to-another-person pathway. Dengue fever is a disease caused by dengue virus. Dengue (pronounced DENG-gay) is also known as backbone fever. Dengue was first recognized in the 1780s simultaneously in Asia, Africa and North America and is found in some 100 countries around …

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Important Topics and Outlines for PMS-2011

Important topics Pollution Democracy in Pakistan Our Judicial System Terrorism Pakistan’s Economic Conditions Population Explosion Education in Pakistan Energy Crisis Global Warming Disaster Management  Women Empowerment Corruption  The need for Tolerance Outline of the Important Essays Pollution Points to develop: Concern for environment has increased and spread over recent years Pollution’ a major environmental concern. What is pollution?  Types, sources …

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WORLD IN FOCUS July ‘August 2011

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Corruption touching Rs 3 trillion in Pakistan: While Pakistan has greatly compromised its independence for the sake of a few billion dollars of foreign aid and corruption is rising at an alarming rate, the Transparency International has revealed that during the three years of PPP rule the menace has cost the nation more than Rs 3,000 billion only …

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Model Paper for PMS General Knowledge (MCQs)

1. The University of Al-Karaouine is the oldest university of the world located in (a) Iran        (b)*Morocco (c) Egypt    (d) France 2. Which is the current capital city of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar? (a) Colombo    (b)* Naypyitaw (c)Thampo    (d) Rangoon 3. Which is the biggest district of Pakistan? (a) Bahawalpur    (b)* Chaghi (c) Karachi    (d) Khuzdar …

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Written Material Must be Got Checked from any Senior CSS Teacher or any Officer

Raja Tariq Hussain Chandio DMG, CSS-2009 Jahangir’s World Times: Throw light on your education and achievements. Raja Tariq Hussain Chandio: From primary to FSc I got education from my home town tehsil Warah District Kambar, Shahdadkot. I did my graduation from Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur. Then I went to Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), Islamabad, for MSc in Defence and Strategic …

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Subjects Selection Should be Based on One’s Interest (In Conversation with Shah Fahad 4th Position, CSS-2010)

The interviews of position holders of prestigious CSS examination are permanent feature of Jahangir’s World Times. The prime objective of the interviews is to show the aspirants of the competitive examinations right direction. The position holder is asked variety of questions thus revealing the factors which have been instrumental in his/her success. It is expected that the interviews would play …

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Pakistan Rich in Natural Resources But Poor in their Management

Pakistan is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of natural resources Outline 1-    Introduction 2-    Natural Resources and their management 3-    Richness / abundance of natural resources in Pakistan 4-    Pakistan’s natural resources and their mismanagement a)    Energy resources i-    Nonrenewable energy resources a.    Oil and Gas reserves b.    Coal reserves ii-    Renewable energy resources a.   …

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Is That the Opposite That Attracts?

There exists humans who find more attraction in older age opposite gender than younger ones or people of their own age group. It may sound taboo to many, and few may find surprised when exposed to this topic. But there exists humans who find more attraction in older age opposite gender than younger ones or people of their own age …

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Potential of Harnessing Hydroelectricity I

India has undertaken about 23 hydroelectric projects on Chenab and Jhelum rivers which have already hampered the flow of water in these rivers. Take the example of South Korea, a high income deve-loped country with 4th largest economy of Asia. Having almost no natural resources but is termed as one of the fastest growing economy in the world. On the …

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