Constitution of Pakistan

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  • Importance Of Constitution In Pakistan

    Definition: Constitution means a set of basic laws, rules and regulations which are necessary for running the administration of a state with an objective that people may lead an independent, disciplined, peaceful and happy life. The Need of Constitution: If we look at the history of mankind one would find that the primitive man lived in a small family unit had its own rule and way of living. Later, these family units merged themselves into big or small tribes to meet their economic, social and defense needs. As time passed and population increased they felt to organize themselves into much bigger units within the certain territory. This foundation of territory was on the basis of language, culture and traditions. From here the different countries…

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  • Separation Of East Pakistan Case Study

    creation of Pakistan the Constitute assembly was established under the Indian independence act and was given a machinery by British government for transferring power to Pakistan, built up the constitution, East Pakistanis was equally featured as west Pakistanis in this assembly. Communal discrimination was experienced by East Pakistan so they considered themselves as more pro Pakistan as compare to West Pakistan. This can be a reason that Pakistan went out of her way to elect from her selected…

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  • United States: A Comparison Of Pakistan Vs. America

    may look at distinctions between Pakistan and America. Instantly through a brief search, they would discover the luscious blue skies of America compared to the polluted, dark hazy sky of Pakistan. However, despite the differences in imagery, these countries are far more different than it seems. Most notably, Pakistan and America differ in their educational, environment setting, and governmental principles. The first difference between Pakistan and America is the violence presented during…

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  • The Fall Of East Pakistan Case Study

    Introduction On August 14, 1947, as a result of 3rd June plan, a new state in the world came into existence known as Pakistan. This state was divided into two wings-the East Pakistan and the West Pakistan. From the creation of Pakistan, the Eastern wing was constantly at stake and it faced many problems such as issue of capital, difference of language, Ayub Khan’s biasness, his policies regarding East Pakistan, six points presented by Sheikh Mujeeb-ur-Rehman and the influence of Indian…

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  • Global Warming Essay

    rainfall on the hills. Karachi has little and very few days of rain. Studies are starting to show that Global warming is starting to become a big factor in Pakistan with all of the warmer winter months, makes the glacial melt and there is a small drop in temperature during the summer…

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  • Analysis Of Midnight's Children

    Midnight’s Children The history of India and its neighbouring countries, Pakistan and Bangladesh, is a rich and luminous tale as it encompasses the countless successes and hardships each country experienced during its development as independent entities. In 2012, Deepa Mehta, an Indo-Canadian film director with a screenplay by Salman Rushdie, a British Indian novelist, produced the film “Midnight’s Children.” Together they brought to the screen a magical yet historical tale on the partition of…

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  • Pakistan War Assignment

    threat of India that led Pakistani leaders to take military assistance from US army. Since the inception of Pakistan, the economic and political ties observed between the two countries. Also in 1950, instead Liaqat Ali Khan would visit Moscow is turned down and choose to visit the United States. Since then Pakistan has played the role of a close ally of the US. The military assistance of about $508 million given to Pakistan by the US. Pakistani military at this time was lucky to maintain…

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  • Malala Yousafzia Thesis

    Malala Yousafzia Malala Yousafzia was born in Mingora, Swat Valley, Pakistan on the 21st of July in 1997. Malala grew up with two brothers. When Malala was old enough to go to school she attended an all-girls school that her father Ziauddin Yousafzia established. Malala's father Ziauddin Yousafzia was a teacher and human rights (person who uses action and strong words to support or oppose something). Ziauddin Yousafzia, Malala's father motivated/brought about Malala to raise her voice to (help…

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  • Ayub Khan Case Study

    plan, a new state in the world came into existence known as Pakistan. This state was divided into two wings-the East Pakistan and the West Pakistan. From the creation of Pakistan, the Eastern wing was constantly at stake and it faced many problems such as difference of language, Ayub Khan’s biasness and his policies regarding East Pakistan, six points presented by Sheikh Mujeeb-ur-Rehman and the influence of Indian government in the East Pakistan. Due to these circumstances, the East and the…

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  • Secularism In The Novel Lajja

    warn the people of Bangladesh that communalism is on the rise, that the Hindu minority is badly mistreated and that the secularism they once fought for is in grave danger. Nasrin utilizes fiction's mass emotional appeal, rather than its potential for distinction and universality. Lajja is a poignant and unrelenting account of the suffering of minorities. Millions of people the world over wonder whether they should stay or leave an oppressive homeland. These minorities are socially and mentally…

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