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In Conversation Muhammad Aamir Jalbani 55th in Punjab, PMS 2019-20

In Conversation Muhammad Aamir Jalbani 55th in Punjab, PMS 2019-20 Jahangir’s World Times magazine proved instrumental in my success in PMS examination with its insightful articles related to current affairs. It helped me a lot in Essay and General Knowledge papers. Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background? Muhammad Aamir Jalbani (MAJ): My …

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In Conversation with Ali Haider (FSP) 42nd in Pakistan CSS 2019-20

In Conversation with Ali Haider (FSP) 42nd in Pakistan CSS 2019-20 Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background? Ali Haider (AH): I did my matriculation from a private school in Karachi. Then, I switched to the Cambridge system and appeared in the A- Level examinations in Economics, Business Studies and Mathematics. After that, …

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Policing Strategies and Police Reforms in Pakistan

Policing Strategies and Police Reforms in Pakistan Police reforms have been a part of larger governance discourse in Pakistan over the years. Over three dozen initiatives/reports/commissions have produced wealth of knowledge in the domain that has contributed towards basic literature on police reforms in the country. The thrust of these reforms’ material, on analysis, will reveal that their focus has …

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Au Revoir Paris Agreement

Au Revoir Paris Agreement  US withdrawal from the global climateaccord and its implications On November 04, the very next day after the US presidential election 2020, the United States became the first nation in the world to formally withdraw from the Paris climate agreement. Since the agreement was signed in December 2015, it came into force on 4 November 2016, …

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Middle East during a Biden Presidency.

Middle East during a Biden Presidency As President-elect Joe Biden prepares to enter the Oval Office on January 20, the tumultuous Middle East anticipates a change in the US policy towards the region. The fractions US presidential election has left Arab states questioning their fate and the role they will be allowed to play in their region. While few countries …

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Understanding the Law Related to JUVENILE JUSTICE in Pakistan

Understanding the Law Related to JUVENILE JUSTICE in Pakistan Making of a law and its implementation are two different and distinct phases of an idea getting traction in governance priorities. Insofar as the lawmaking is concerned, the idea of treating child offenders separately and in more sophisticated manner has been introduced through a second version of the national law. The …

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CPEC and the ‘Education System’ in Pakistan

CPEC and the ‘Education System’ in Pakistan It’s a perfectly well-known fact that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is one branch of above $60 billion for Pakistan from over $6 trillion ‘investment tree’. It’s all due to China’s investment-friendly philosophy. Fortunately, this came as the privileged bounty for Pakistan due to the latter’s geo-strategic location and time-tested Pak-China friendship. Sorry you …

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Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy Foreign policies are, in most cases, designed through coalitions of domestic and international actors and groups. When analyzing the head of government, or in other words, the executor of foreign policies, many motivating factors can be identified to explain the rationale behind decisions taken. Some factors of influence include the leader’s own personality and cognition, degree of rationality, …

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New Zealand’s MMP Electoral System

New Zealand’s MMP Electoral System New Zealand’s German-style Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) system requires a party, or an alliance of parties, to win 61 of parliament’s 120 seats to form government. Equating to around 48% of the total vote, the MMP system usually results in a coalition or alliance. Sorry you have no rights to view this Article/Post! Please Login …

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