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MOST IMPORTANT ENGLISH ESSAY TOPTCS 20 MARKS.1-terrorism2-corruption3-child labour4-power failure in Pakistan5-democrcy in Pakistan6-unemployment7-media its role positive nagtive8-modern devices(internet,tv,computer etc)9-crimes,its punishment10-population growth11- judicial activism its importance and role in democracy
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GENERAL IMPORTANT TOPICS ENGLISH ESSAY1-islam2-my best personality(quaid azam)3-my favourt poet(allama iqbal)4_education system5-globalisition6-my hobby7-economy of pakistan
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ALL GENERAL AND OTHERS ENGLISH IMPORTANTS ESSAY IN ONE LIST:1. Good Governance2. Water Politics3. Energy Crisis4. Democracy5. Corruption6. Women empowerment7. Disaster management8. Terrorism9. Extremism10. Role of Media11. Judicial Activism12. Poverty Alleviation13. Oil Politics14. Balochistan Crisis15. Human Rights 16. Self Reliance17. Clash of Civilization18. National Integrity19. Danger of Nuclear War20. Provincial Autonomy
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Essay energy crisis orEnergy for pakistan 1.Depletion of energy resources world wide phenomenon 2.Population explosion responsible 3.In order to continue with luxuries of life 4.The problem of energy depletion should be redressed5.The answer to this is renewable energy resources6.Most of the countries are going for it since it is ever-renewable 7.Renewable enrgy is more valuable than non-renewable since it does not create pollution as much as expected by non-renewable8.50 % of emission is caused by CO29. Global warming which has devastating impact for all living things in the world 10.Most of the countries are diversifying the energy sources keeping in view the environmental issue11.impact of energy crisis on our lives 12.grave r the impacts ….worst scenario…..life will be returned to the age in which once our forefthers lived.13. today world has been globalised the credit for this goes to energy since it has facilitated transportation and communication.14. it is unthinkable to manage large scale farming indispensable for burgeoning population, without energy.15.industries would come to standstilll which will cause unemployment on large scale .16.more we will face water shortages owing to absence of energy .17.life would be terrible in summer without electricity . Energy crisis and pakistan current acute shortage of electricity in pakistan clearly implies failure on the part of government to tackle it . wapda authorities often attribute this to the failure to build dams. Undoubtedly by building dams cheap electricty can be afforded to the masses.Hydroelectricity is the cheapest source of electricty . more over building dams would benefit immensely .it would provide water for irrigating the lands .so far as its low rates r concerned it will have positive impact on our economy .Nuclear energy There r only 2 nuclear plants providing 2 % of electricity to our country .Coal Pakistan has world seven largest reserves of coal after the discovery of thar .World bank report regarding the sources of energy in various countries and pakistan. Energy crisis can be resolved if drastic steps are taken . renewable enrgy is answer to our energy challenges which inloves solar energy , wind energy , hydroelectricity ,biomass, tidal energy.
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Post by yousaf » Sat Oct 13, 2012 2:34 pm

The solution to Pakistan’s energy crisisThe writer is a financial adviser and chartered accountant at Industrial Alliance Securities Inc in TorontoThe power crisis is getting worse and various short-term solutions being offered are not the answer. Wapda’s chairman’s assessment that the power shortage will last until 2018 is optimistic when the increase in demand over the next seven years is factored in.The power shortage is harmful to the country’s economy and it is pulling down Pakistan’s GDP growth. The funds spent on import of power generators and their fuel is an enormous drain on the economy. Larger industries can afford power generators, but small/medium enterprise, which are any nation’s primary growth engine, cannot. We need a solution to take care of Pakistan’s power requirements for the next 20 years. Expensive import-based, oil-run power generation is not the answer. These have already increased Pakistan’s fuel import bill. Gas based projects are also not the answer as the country’s gas supply is limited.A possible home-grown, energy solution, based on wind and solar energy, can be used. Many countries in the world have implemented alternative energy programmes. Spain is already producing 73 per cent of its power needs from wind and solar energy. Though technology is still evolving for solar energy, a more immediate solution is wind energy. The Karachi to Gwadar coastline has enormous potential for generating wind energy. Wind towers can generate between 7,000 to 10,000 MW of electricity. There will be certain challenges to accomplish this, but all the solutions are within Pakistan’s grasp and we need not depend on foreign assistance.The main challenges are production and availability of wind turbines, safety and security of turbines, transmission lines to feed the national grid, capital cost of the project and long-term maintainability of the project. India has started producing wind turbines domestically. It is not rocket science and Pakistani scientists can master this technology if mandated by the government. If our scientists can produce a nuclear weapon, they can produce wind turbines. The Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission should be entrusted to design and build these turbines. The facilities at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra, Heavy Mechanical Complex and Karachi Shipyard can also be used. Once domestic needs are met, Pakistan could become a major exporter of wind turbines.The solution for safeguarding wind turbines is to offer free electricity to those villages in Balochistan where wind turbines are installed. In return, villagers should be asked to ensure the safety of these turbines. The power consumption of these villages is likely to be minimal and this could also pacify the Baloch populace. Internationally, a five MW wind turbine costs around five million dollars. Pakistan should be able to produce these considerably cheaply, possibly at less than one million dollars. Wind turbines usually have a long life and as long as rotating parts are changed upon reaching their maximum life, wind turbines can last 50 years. Also, as wind turbines require no fuel, there is no running cost other than maintenance cost. With low initial and minimal running costs, electricity can be procured at a considerably lower price, avoiding the need to increase power rates frequently.If Pakistan is to develop at a faster pace to attain a seven to eight per cent GDP growth, then it is imperative to address its energy needs. Pakistan is currently short by between 3,000 to 5,000 MW and if a major plan of action is not put into place now, the shortage is likely to be around 20,000 MW within 10 years. Wind energy is a fast and cheap solution. This programme should be given the same priority as Pakistan’s nuclear programme was once accorded.Published in The Express Tribune, July 6th, 2011.,,,,,,,,, A very common question asked in Pakistan is about the most burning issue in Pakistan? The answer you will get may be a list of hundreds of issues which start from Kashmir and will end on terrorism or militancy etc. Recently, Mr. Mansha, a renowned businessman, in an interview in CNN replied same question by giving a simple answer that water and energy are two most valid problems in Pakistan. With its immense socio-economic ramifications, the prevalent energy crisis has become a critical issue for Pakistan. It is not only preventing people from carrying on their daily routine, it is also depriving many of their livelihoods. Currently, the country faces the power deficit of 3500 Megawatt that will enlarge in the near future if effective measures are not taken. Energy crisis is a global phenomenon; it remained on the history pages during different era and with different backgrounds. The Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) is a semi-autonomous body for the development of schemes in Water and Power Sectors, that failed to materialize the growing demand of energy in Pakistan. There are many factors of this crisis in Pakistan, ranging from poor management to global rising oil prices. It has impacted the society in large scale in the guises of unemployment, poor living standards, loss in production and much more. Effective management, check and balance in the transmission and distribution system, opening of new projects and public awareness is the need of the time to bridle this storm. Many projects of dams and hydropower plants construction are in the pipeline by the Government with a ray of hope that this problem will be resolved in the future. But, implementation and timely response is of urgent need. __________________Main ne Allah Ko apney iraadon ke totney se pehchana hay...!!
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TERRORISMThis article contains two Essays on Terrorism for School, College as well as competitive examination.Essay - 1Terrorism—attacks on civilians and noncombatants for political purposes—has an ancient history. In earlier eras, terrorism was often religiously motivated.In the first century c.e. Jewish Zealots fought the Romans; the Assassins, a Shi’i sect of Islam, killed Muslims who disagreed with their practices in the 11th century; and Hindu Thugees in India killed innocents as part of ritualistic practices from the 7th to the 19th century From the 18th to the late 20th century, most terrorists were motivated by nationalist or political causes. Contemporary terrorism is systematic, political, conveys a message, and generates fear. Terrorism may be committed by a state or by individual groups, although some dispute the use of the term for governmental actions. In English the term terrorism derives from the French revolutionary reign of terror under Maximilien Robespierre, when thousands were sent to their deaths, often at the guillotine, in 1793–94.After World War II nonstate groups often adopted terrorist tactics to achieve political goals. Terrorism was usually the tactic of the weak and disaffected who lacked access to or possession of high technology and sophisticated weapons of war. In the modern era, the media and instant communications provided terrorists with ready platforms to publicize their programs and grievances. Publicity on a global scale permitted terrorists to have a psychological impact far beyond single deeds, thereby greatly magnifying their effects.In their struggles against imperial powers, Third World liberation movements sometimes adopted terrorist tactics by attacking civilians as well as colonial armed forces to achieve national independence. Third World leaders often argued that these tactics were no less “terrifying” or horrific than the bombing of villages, the use of napalm, or the imprisonment of thousands in concentration camps. However, governments tended to apply the term terrorist only to those groups they disliked or opposed, and to ignore or downplay those groups or countries that used similar tactics against their own citizens or enemies.During the 1960s–70s leftist groups were responsible for numerous terrorist attacks in Europe. The Baader Meinhof Gang, militant German anarchists, bombed U.S. military installations and police stations and attempted to assassinate Alexander Haig, the supreme Allied commander of NATO, as well as bankers and media moguls. After most of their leaders had been imprisoned or had died, the Meinhof Gang’s attacks ended in the 1990s. The communist Italian Red Brigades also kidnapped and killed leading establishment figures. In its struggle against the British, the nationalist Provisional irish republican army (IRA) planted bombs in shopping malls and killed Lord Louis mountbatten, first earl Mountbatten of Burma, and narrowly missed killing British prime minister margaret thatcher. Similarly, the nationalist Basque party (ETA) attacked Spanish leaders and placed bombs at targets with heavy civilian use.In the Middle East small Palestinian Marxist-Leninist groups skyjacked civilian airliners in dramatic and well-publicized attacks that brought world attention to the Palestinian national cause. The palestine liberation organization (PLO) also launched terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians as well as the military. At the 1972 Munich Olympic Games, Palestinians attacked and killed Israeli athletes. Israel retaliated by killing Palestinian leaders in Beirut and in Europe. The Kurdish Workers Party (PKK), under Abdullah Ocalan, mounted a separatist insurgency against turkey; the PKK placed bombs on buses and other civilian sites and was outlawed by the Turkish government.In Asia the nationalist tamil tigers in Sri Lanka attacked civilians, and the Japanese Red Army, a leftist paramilitary group, launched attacks in Europe and elsewhere. In 1995 the group Aum Shinrikyo released the poison gas sarin in the Tokyo subway.Terrorism escalated throughout much of South America and Latin America in the 1970s–80s. During the 1970s the Argentina military junta and right-wing death squads terrorized and killed opponents. In Chile General augusto pinochet’s regime tortured and “disappeared” opponents. The Pinochet regime was also implicated in the car bombing assassinations of a Chilean diplomat and Pinochet opponent, Orlando Letelier, and a U.S. colleague in downtown Washington, D.C., in 1976. During the same period, the Shining Path terrorized villagers and political leaders in Peru, while narco-terrorism by criminal drug cartels killed judges, police, and others in Colombia. Similarly, leftwing guerrilla forces and right-wing death squads killed thousands of civilians as well as religious and nongovernmental volunteers from the international community in El Salvador. The government in Guatemala used terrorism to repress its Amerindian population.From the 1960s onward a wide variety of political groups opposing the vietnam war and the conservative establishment or struggling for civil rights in the United States also adopted terrorist tactics. The Weathermen and other groups kidnapped high-profile individuals, bombed military and research installations, and sometimes killed law enforcement officers. In 1995 terrorists from the far right bombed a federal office building in Oklahoma City, killing over 100 people and wounding 400.There was a revival of religiously motivated terrorism beginning in the later part of the 20th century. As Yugoslavia split apart, sectarian violence escalated. Similarly, clashes among Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs in India proliferated. Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was killed by her Sikh bodyguard, and the Mumbai stock exchange was bombed. The 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran provided the impetus and support for numerous Islamist groups in the Middle East, including hizbollah in Lebanon and hamas in the occupied Palestinian territories of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. Both of these groups used suicide bombers in an attempt to achieve their goals.When their governments failed to provide the means for legitimate political dissent or jobs, many disillusioned Muslim young people around the world joined Islamist organizations that used encouraged Jihadis (fighters of holy war) to use terrorism to oust corrupt regimes and establish regimes based on sharia, Islamic law. Many Islamic groups were hostile to the West, particularly the United States. Much of their anger was fueled by the spread of Western culture, which threatened or undermined old traditions and practices. Many young jihadis gained military training and experience fighting with the taliban and other Islamic mujahideen groups against the Soviet occupation in afghanistan in the 1980s. After the Soviet defeat in Afghanistan, the Taliban managed to wrest power from its rivals and established an extreme theocracy. Its leader, Mullah Omar, provided a safe haven for one of the most extreme Islamic groups, al-qaeda, which was led by a disaffected Saudi Arabian, osama bin laden. In 1998 bin Laden issued a fatwa (religious proclamation) urging jihad against the United States. Al-Qaeda members placed bombs that killed hundreds in Nairobi, Kenya, and attacked a U.S. military ship in Yemen.On suicide missions al-Qaeda members skyjacked planes that crashed into the world trade center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., on September 11, 2001. These were the most devastating terror attacks that the United States had ever experienced on its home territory. The United States and coalition forces retaliated and successfully overthrew the pro–al-Qaeda Taliban regime in Afghanistan; however they failed to destroy either the Taliban or al- Qaeda. Osama bin Laden managed to escape and continued to orchestrate terror attacks against U.S. forces and supporters. These included suicide bomb attacks on trains in Madrid, Spain, and the transit system in London, England.byJanice J. TerryEssay - 2Terrorism is a problem which the country has been continuously facing for more than two-three decades but now has emerged as a global problem against which an internationally united battle has to be fought incessantly. Violent behaviour in order to create an atmosphere of fear in the society or a part of it for political ends is generally termed as Terrorism. It is an organized and systematic use of violence to achieve an end. Many a times words like terrorism, insurgency, civil war, revolution, guerilla war, intimidation and extremism are often used interchangeably. Though they differ in kind and meaning, one thing is fundamental to all - the word violence. For instance, great practitioners of fear and violence like Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, Mao etc cannot be called Terrorists. Moreover, violence used for personal gains like dacoity or robbery cannot be termed as Terrorism. Terrorism, as understood in the simplest sense will always include a target group, death and destruction of property through acts of violence and a perverted political purpose. It is also illegal and unlawful in nature with a purpose of creating fear and panic in the minds and psyche of people at large, to make the masses feel impotent and helpless, to discourage rational thinking and to lead to a reactionary tendency in the people.Terrorists resort to various ways to accomplish these goals like planting crude home-made bombs, hand-grenades or other explosives in a shopping centre or a crowded place like a railway-station or a bus stand or even a bus, train or aeroplane, kidnapping, assassination or hijacking. Different terrorist activities all over the world may havedifferent aims, but a few goals, common to all may be underlined. It may be because they want a regime to react or they intend to mobilize a mass support through fear, to eliminate opponents or enemies or to magnify their cause.To talk of terrorism in India, it is essentially a political creation. The cross-border militancy in Kashmir, the Naxalite violence in Bengal, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh and the ULFA terrorism in Assam have all narrow political goals. The problem of identity created terrorism to rise in Nagaland and Mizoram, vengeance became the cause of terrorism in Manipur and Tripura while 'class-enemity' causes the Naxalite violence in different parts of Bengal, Bihar and Andhra Pradesh. The blowing up of the Air India Boeing 'Kanishka' killed nearly 300 innocent people, the anti-Sikh riots after the assassination of Mrs.Indira Gandhi resulted in a massacre of more than 300 Sikhs in Delhi, the violence against Kashmiri-Pandits, the Naxalite insurgency are all various faces of the demon of terrorism.Terrorism is one of the major threats to world peace toady. Terrorist activities of the Irish Republican Army, terrorism in Sri Lanka spread by the LTTE, Red Army in Japan, Palestinian Guerrillas in Israel, Kurds in Iraq, Basques in Spain, Red Brigade in Italy etc are all instances of terrorism all over the world. The terrorist attack on World Trade Centre and the Pentagon in USA on September 11, 2001, the siege of innocent children as hostages in Russia etc indicate at the growing magnitude of the problem. The attack on Parliament in India on December 13, 2001 or the attack on the Legislative Assembly in Jammu and Kashmir on October 1, 2001 or the attack on American Information Centre in Kolkata on January 22, 2002 were all handiworks of terrorists. These attacks are intended to capture National and International attention. But these latest attacks have been made to challenge the symbols of democracy and prosperity. The inhuman massacre of innocent human beings reveals the sadistic indulgent of anti-social, anti-human and anti-peace, violence loving distorted individuals under the false garb of Islam or Jehad.The world has to unite in order to face this growing menace of terrorism. The world cannot survive with bloodshed, violence and fear. There is every chance of this world being destroyed by this madness. Thus strict measures and serious efforts should be made to end all violence and shedding of innocent blood.
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Terrorism in PakistanIntroductionNo one can forget the disaster happened last September 11 of 2001. The city was terrorized by the people who are not afraid in their suicidal actions and their pleasure to kill. And what purpose? – Maybe someone answered this tricky question, but in a place where the democracy and equality prevails, the idea of terrorism and their ideologies are not welcome. TerrorismMany actions against the terrorism is already place in priority and shorthand phrase “war on terrorism” is the word that can describe the United States’ response to the terrorist attacks. The war they proposed is just like the previous wars can be won by simply killing all their enemies and probably the potential enemies. But still, this war is a different kind of war; the enemies are immeasurable, meaning nobody knows the real enemy in the line of the suspects. And there are chances that the military force is outnumbered. Therefore, the word strategic approach is the main requirement to manage the catastrophe (2004). There are many reports about the alliances and partnerships of the Al Qaeda with the indigenous Pakistani terrorist groups that implicated both attacks on the West and somewhere in India. Still, many advocates and concern groups against the terrorism have grown hopes saying that the success in the struggle against the global terrorism will likely be decided. On the other hand, the Pakistan government is part of setting an end on the terrorism and like what is expected, many raised their questions about the government’s determination, sincerity and effectiveness of their efforts. As widely known, Pakistan became the center of terrorism issues and doubts are hauled by the Western experts. Those doubts are mixed with concerns about the implications of maintaining the present policies implemented by the U.S. and the efficacy of their latest strategy. The implemented latest strategy came from Islamabad which appears to seek reconciliation with the pro-Taliban militants. If the people really want to end the war then, there should be no doubts in the anti-terrorism policies and the so-called “war on terrorism” should be emphasized through uplifting the socioeconomic and resolution of outstanding disputes in Muslim world (2007). Even the election process on the Pakistan is under the crisis in which relatively caused by the terrorism attacks. The issues about the self-interest of the politicians are considered as another symptom of the birth of the terrorism ( 2003; 2006).The Consequences of the ActionThere are measured consequences in the campaign of against the war. First, usually the captured terrorists or terrorist suspects are not all member of Al Qaeda in which there is no hard evidence if they are related to the group in some ways. In this situation, the people will transfer in the United States. Second, it will force the senior Al Qaeda operatives to leave simply by no means. The less ideologically congenial surroundings and the need of the terrorists to the communication increase the chances of susceptibility to detection and arrest. And thirdly, the dramatic irruption of the Pakistani estate and their connection to the Al Qaeda emphasizes the issue of doubt on their sincerity. Other that that, the population is violently pro-Taliban, and the presence of the Pakistan Army is thin, has inadvertently made the task be more difficult (2007; 2008). A strategy for the war on terrorism must consist of three elements: homeland security, dismantling Al Qaeda forces, and a foreign policy that does not needlessly create new terrorists (2004).Is There a Failure?Is there a present failure on the ways of the Pakistan in battle against the terrorism? There are many requirements that the Pakistan government should consider before bringing the democracy in their nation. For the other countries, sovereignty can help them achieve the stability, strength and power not because of the contributions of few individuals but because of the strong institution, stable systems, and well-rooted traditions – all are part of the evolution. It may be part of the political process and democracy in Pakistan had failed and will fail again if they did not bring the stability to the country. However, the answer is not in giving up on the democracy or democratic process but to adhere it seriously and closely (2006).ConclusionThere is still hope for Pakistan. There are still other strategies and approaches available for the country to be introduced as a country that breathes peace. The terrorism of their past will hunt them down if they continued their practice. The efforts to set the war on the terrorism should be entitled with full focus and sincerity, if the rulers really want to promote the “terrorism-free land”.
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TERRORISM WAR AND PAKISTAN1) Introduction1) Historical Perspective of Terrorism 2) Definition of Terrorism 2) Causes/Reasons of Terrorism 1) Global Causesa) Ethnicity/ Separatism/Nationalismb) Dehumanistaion c) Povertyd) Non Democracy 2) Causes in Pakistan a) Poor Governance b) Ideology of Pakistanc) Orthodoxy in stated) Absence of political reformse) Inequitable Progressf) Multi Ethnic Societyg) Social Evils h) Proliferation of Kalashnikov culture i) Frequent Drone attacksj) Ineffective Economic Policiesk) Afghan Refugeesl) Pakistan alliance with USA on WOTm) Nefarious Designs of Afghanistann) New Great Gameo) Evil axis Against Pakistan3) Implications of WAR ON TERROR 1) Animosity of Taliban 2) Rise in Extremism 3) Increase in Suicidal Attacks4) Dis-Harmony in Taliban belts5) Repercussions for Pakistan's Economy6) Increased Drone Attacks 7) Insurgency in Pakistan4) Remedial Measures to Curb Terrorism 1) Proper Planning2) Legislation against Terrorism 3) Eradication of Illiteracy4) Reconstruction of Tribal belt 5) Winning the will of People6) Effective Economic Policies7) Role of Media8)Economic Uphill9) Respect for Tribal Culture5) CONCLUSION
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A Critical Analysis Of Education In Pakistan Outline1. current literacy rate of pakistan2.Education level i. primary educationii. middle educationiii.high ( ix to x )iv. intermediate ( xi to xii )v .Higher education 3.Excessive role of private schooling & higher education.4. uncontrolled madarsa schooling5.Above three unparalleled education sytem's out put6.Flaw of successive education policies.7.Feudal politician and bureaucrats role in education.8.less education budget.9.obsolete examination system10.priority to higher education11.neglecting gross root education12.no significance on technical education.13. untrained teachers14.No effective mechanism of teachers training.15.pressure group of associations of teachers.16.no check and balance system.17.no financial assistance to poor students.18lack of awareness of importance of education in remote areas.19.dissolution of HEC20.unparalleled education policies of provinces.remedies or panacea 1. good governance2.increasing education budget3.one sound education policy for all gov private and madarsas schooling4.chek and balance system.5. conclusion
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