Mushtaq Ahmed

  • TMichael Axworthy in the “The Sword of Persia” wrote that 30, 000 camels and 24, 000 mules were carrying the Mughal treasure to Iran via Afghanistan, the present value of which was 90 billion British pounds equivalent to Pak rupees 12690 billion. When assured that the King of the Kings ...

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  • TIf the quota system and deteriorating standard of education is the cause, as FPSC says, of the failure in finding eligible talented, skilled, professional, analytical and creative young men and women to be given power to reign this country of non-educated hapless multitudes, then we will have to ...

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  • TThe tens of thousands of the highly educated but jobless youth are in desperate search of a job while hundreds of vacancies are laying vacant in FPSC for the reason that educated youth cannot qualify the exams held for the appointments. In support of the self-projected claim, FPSC told the nation ...

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  • TSince the time the hydrogenous societies and huge states emerged, the legacy of electables formed integral part of the structure of power, strengthening the big states, and destroying them, too. As the development of fair society and enforcement of justice were not at the agenda of the rulers, the ...

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  • TPresently, certain books by some unqualified authors are under discourse. Diametrically two different approaches are associated with them but there exists a unique consensus that such books are the paid books by the sponsors. However, one incontestable fact is forgotten in the discourse that paid ...

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  • TNeed never aroused in history to lay emphasis on the claim that books played a marvelous role in bring change in outlived ideas and concept of socio-political life but the fact is that all books are not books. There exists a unanimous consensus in the world of wisdom, intellect and reason that the ...

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  • TContrary to the trend of the national politics in post-French Revolution of 1789, the power politics rotated all around the conservatives and liberals in imperial British in 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. After 1789 Revolution, the French monarchists were not as powerful as in UK. The French ...

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  • TUnlike in the past, a state in the Post-World War-II era onward was designed to collapse due to powerful internal conflicts amongst state institutions, political organizations, financial managers, market forces, hidden power groups and religious organizations. From Hellenic rise and fall down to ...

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  • TAs General Zia was afraid of retirement, the same is the case the politicians firmly believing that they would instantly die, if they vacate the arena of politics for others and young, too. Fear of dreadful tomorrow haunts their mind and body even in 60s to such an extent that they are afraid of ...

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  • TUnder the law of Nature, everything either of chemical or of biological is destined to complete its life cycle. Even planets, starts, galaxies and fields of light and darkness in the space are born and die under innate process of deterministic universe, ancient and modern physicists theocratised ...

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  • TPart-II Under more or less 100 year old colonial acts, statutory rules and post 1947 ordinances, three controlling bodies regulate and monitor the business of housing sector in Islamabad: firstly, Cooperative Department Islamabad (ICT), secondly, Security Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) and ...

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  • TPresently, the fast growing beautiful city of Islamabad sends a wave of shock to those visiting it after two decades or so. Even in 1980s till 1995, Islamabad qualified as the most well-planned and scenic place of human dwelling among the comity of nations. In 1970s, the administrators proudly told ...

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  • TMr. Justice Shaukat Siddiqui, a judge of Islamabad High Court, made a staggering observation that Islamabad Police had miserably failed to accomplish its duties as 90% of its personnel were involved in running hubs of alcohol, whiskies, narcotics, and dens of social crimes and other immoral ...

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  • TDeclaring parliament “sovereign”, we ultimately mean that parliamentarians are “supreme” and “self-determining”, who enjoy absolute powers and liberty when they perform as public representatives. Morality and law regulate their conduct and business in parliament. ...

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  • TStately jubilation of 23rd March, 2018 redoubled when the honorable Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Pakistan, pledged holistic determination before the nation that as long as he looks conspicuous at the top of judicial hills in the fifth largest democracy of the world, he guaranteed the continuity ...

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  • TAs constitutional tenure is near its completion, the powerful apprehensions and mistrust about caretaker setup is about to reach its climax. Different power groups, organisations and politicians look busy in offering innovative ideas for installation of the caretakers. One radical idea is: Our sole ...

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  • TEven the constitution of Pakistan 1973 borrowed the basic idea of the creation and composition of the Senate of Pakistan from the Westminster House of Lords, though Z.A. Bhutto’s Senate inherited a liberal and progressive exposure. As the first Senate in Pakistan could not survive beyond its ...

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  • TFor the first time, the prestigious abode of controlled or ‘guided’ democracy in the fifth largest republic of the world, Pakistan, has felt a powerful current beneath its bottom. The patriots, either from Punjab or KPK or even from Baluchistan angrily blasted at the floor that the new ...

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  • TMangla dam is the first-ever mega multipurpose project in Pakistan comprising of water storage & four power generating units of 100 MW each completed in 1967. Like Tarbela dam, Mangla dam is also brain-child of replacement works of Indus Water Basin Treaty signed on 19th September 1960 at ...

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