Extreme Negative Effects of Technology on Society

Negative Effects of Technology on society

Technology is something that has revolutionized the world. Technology has become an essential part of our society since the past few years which is gaining a huge amount of attention people and provoking them to get more involved with it and encouraging them to introduce more by discovering new technology. …

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Effectiveness of women leadership in Pakistan

Effectiveness of Women Leadership in Pakistan

The education system of Pakistan consists of three main levels, primary education, secondary education and higher education institutions. There are three types of resources in any organization that are physical, financial and human. The most important resource in them is human resource. The humans perform the important role in the …

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Effects of Global Warming

Effects of Global Warming

Global warming is the only topic in which every country get united and put asides all the ongoing disputes. Global warming is the destruction of the world. Recently in previous year, a very heavy and dense smog occurred in south Asian countries, in India, Pakistan and China. Heavy rain in …

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Proposal to Ban Maulana Masood Azhar: Power Politics

Maulana Masood Azhar

India has made efforts to designate Maulana Masood Azhar, as the ‘global terrorist’, under the aegis of United Nations Security Council resolution 1267. What will happen if Maulana Masood Azhar is declared as ‘global terrorist’? Once a person or entity is designated as a terrorist by the United Nations Security …

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Train to Pakistan Summary and Study Guide

Train to Pakistan

Introduction Written by Khushwant Singh’s powerful pen, Train to Pakistan is undoubtedly a fascinating and absorbing novel. It is based on the account of India’s partition. Besides, it is also the love story of a Sikh boy and a Muslim girl that bridges the age-old abyss of religious hate. Train to …

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Oedipus as mere puppet: Controlled by greater force fate

Oedipus as mere puppet

Introduction Oedipus, the protagonist of this Greek tragedy, is a character ruled by fate. Oedipus is destined to kill his father and marry his own mother. The Greeks believed profoundly in prophecies, pre-determined life, and divine laws. The Greeks’ belief was that the destiny of each individual was decided by …

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Trans-Culturalism and Indo-Pak Literature

Trans-Culturalism and Indo-Pak Literature

Words in Literature Michal Foucault, in his famous book “The Archeology of Knowledge” remonstrates that these are feelings which got birth with the birth of human beings and moreover these are considered integral part of human sensibility. He further strikes the issue that words, in which we now a days …

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