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Globalization of Market

Globalization of Market Globalization of market is one of the most fascinating developments of our time. Its impact on economic transactions, processes, institutions and players is dramatic and wide-ranging. It challenges established norms and behaviours, and requires different mindsets. It involves the growing interdependency among the economies of the world; …

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Confabulating with Waseem Haider Preventive Officer Revenue Division, FBR

Confabulating with Waseem Haider Preventive Officer Revenue Division, FBR Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): Please tell us about your educational background Waseem Haider (WH): I did my matriculation and Intermediate from my home district Kambar-Shahdadkot. Later on, I did B.E in Electrical from MUET Jamshoro. Currently, I’m doing EMBA from SZABIST …

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Essay Writing

Essay Writing You have to win a competition Essay writing, in order to compete, requires two main pillars: (i) correct and concrete language, with a touch of literature; and (ii) the content or, in simple words, knowledge about the topic. So, do not focus on just the language – as …

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Expected Essays for CSS 2023 Outlines

Expected Essays for CSS 2023 Outlines Threat of Brain Drain Causes, implications and solutions 1.  Introduction The migration of intellectual manpower from underdeveloped countries to developed states is a global phenomenon, and Pakistan is no exception. But, brain drain has recently risen to alarming levels. 2. Brain drain in Pakistan: Statistics …

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Digital Imperialism

Digital Imperialism “Big Brother is watching you,” wrote George Orwell in his epoch-making novel 1984. And that ‘Big Brother’ is, perhaps, all round us today as we are being watched at every step of our life by some invisible power. Over the past few decades, transnational “Big Tech” corporations based …

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The United Nations

The United Nations Origin and members   · The United Nations came into existence on October 24, 1945, as the Charter was ratified by the five permanent Security Council members – China, France, Russia, the UK and the US – and a majority of other countries.    · At present, …

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