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ARE FOUR PILLARS OF STATE RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT AILS PAKISTAN TODAY?

This essay got 3rd position in 1st JWT Essay Competition The failure of a system definitely points towards the malfunctioning of some or all the essential components of that system. Indeed the smooth running of a system is only guaranteed if all major constituents of that system continue to work efficiently in harmony with each other. A state’s system which …

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THE INCIVILITY & UNSOCIAL BEHAVIOUR ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Outline: Social Media in the limelight Advent of social media Empowerment of people Arab Spring ‘manifestation of its power Community’ building tool’ a case of Shahzeb Issues with social media users Incivility and immorality reign Anonymity and mob-mentality Fake profiles of leaders/journalists Keyboard Jihadists ‘informal e-brigades of political parties Elections 2013 ‘campaigns and reactions No effective control mechanism Swift action …

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TERRORISM THE BIGGEST THREAT TO PAKISTAN

Pakistan Faces Various Forms of Terrorism 1.    Introduction 2.    History of Terrorism in Pakistan:  An Overview 3.    Pakistan Faces Various Forms of Terrorism a.    Ethnic / Sectarian b.    Nationalist / Separatist c.    Jihadi / Islamist 4.    Causes of Terrorism in Pakistan a.    Augmenting Illiteracy b.    Increasing Social Injustice c.    Swelling Poverty d.    Derailing Democracy e.    Heightening Religious Intolerance f.    Unending …

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Education in Pakistan: Causes of Failed State and Future Road Map

Education has been accorded great importance in every religion and society. Islam also attached utmost importance to it. 1.    Introduction 2.    Importance of Education 3.    Present state of Education: Dismal a)    Literacy b)    Equity c)    Quality d)    Access e)    Relevance f)    Environment 4.    Technical Education 5.    Higher Education 6.    Causes of Failure a)    Historical and societal b)    Governance-related Factors 7.   …

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COUNTRY LIFE IS BETTER THAN URBAN LIFE

1. Introduction 2.    Urban life emerged as civilizations flourished 3.    Urban life blessed man with the comforts of life 4.    Life in countryside a.    Serenity and tranquility b.    Clean environment and healthy surroundings c.    Rich culture and simple lifestyles d.    Sincere and trustworthy people e.    Lesser crimes f.    Stronger social bonding g.    Agricultural self-sufficiency 5.    Country life lacks basic amenities …

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Solved Papers CSS 2013 ESSAY

Modern-Day Communication Via Social Network Ends True, Sincere Relationship 1.   INTRODUCTION 2.  SOCIAL NETWORKING REDEFINING INTER – PERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS AND RELATIONSHIPS 3. WAYS IN WHICH SOCIAL NET- WORKING HAS PUT AN END TO TRUE AND      SINCERE RELATIONSHIP Creating trust deficit Vulnerability to infatuation Dependence on impersonal forms of communication Sabotaging personal communication through dreadfully-little conversation Sensationalism and …

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Pakistan is Rich in Natural Resources but Poor in their Management.

“Life without conservation of natural resources would be like a deaf listening to music or a blind enjoying dance performance.   Natural resources affect the life of a modern man, directly or indirectly.  The impact is quite visible at consumer level, industry level and means of transportation and so on. No one can deny the fact that natural resources in …

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The Suffering Soul in the Scientific Age

‘Our scientific power has overturned our spiritual power. We have guided missiles and misguided men.’ Martin Luther King, Jr There can be no two opinions about the veracity of the statement that the Modern Age is the age of science. Science undoubtedly has revolutionised the world. Everyday there are new inventions, may that be in medicine, electronics, space sciences, nuclear …

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