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March, 2022

  • 18 March

    Solved MCQ-Based Preliminary Test (MPT) 2022

    Solved MCQ-Based Preliminary Test (MPT) 2022 1. Which of the following is the longest Surah (Chapter) of the Holy Qur’an? (a) Surah Yaseen (b) Surah Rahman (c) Sruah Al-Baqara (d) None of these 2. Which term is used for the longest Ayah (Verse) of the Holy Qur’an? (a) Ayat-e-Mubahala (b) …

  • 18 March

    In Conversation with Haroon Sahu (PAS) 3rd in Pakistan, CSS 2021-22

    In Conversation with Haroon Sahu (PAS) 3rd in Pakistan, CSS 2021-22 Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background. Haroon Sahu (HS): I did my O Levels and A Levels from Multan, and then went to LUMS for my bachelors in Economics and Mathematics. …

  • 18 March

    Active Listening and Communication Skills for Interview

    Active Listening and Communication Skills for Interview Listening skills Are you a good listener? Listening is a highly valued soft skill sought by all employers in prospective employees. After all, people with this ability are more likely to understand tasks and projects, build strong relationships with co-workers, and also to …

  • 17 March

    China and the South Pacific Island Region

    China and the South Pacific Island Region Dragon’s Growing Interests and Engagements China, which has emerged as a potential hegemonic power not only regionally but also globally, has ambitions to dominate the Pacific region particularly the South Pacific Islands. The country’s economic and trade interests, political engagements and diplomatic aspirations …

  • 17 March

    British East India Company

    British East India Company In 1600, a group of London merchants, led by Sir Thomas Smythe, petitioned Queen Elizabeth I to grant them a royal charter to trade with the countries of the eastern hemisphere. And so, the ‘Honourable Company of Merchants of London Trading with the East Indies’ – …

  • 17 March

    SELF-ASSESSMENT SYSTEM

    SELF-ASSESSMENT SYSTEM A look at the factors that affect its success Introduction Many countries have introduced self-assessment for income taxation to encourage voluntary compliance so as to engender more efficient and cost-effective tax administration. Pakistan adopted universal self-assessment for all taxpayers in 2002-03 to ensure voluntary compliance for income tax …

  • 17 March

    POLICING AND PROPOSED LAW REFORMS

    POLICING AND PROPOSED LAW REFORMS The Context In the absence of national accounting of crime and justice sector factors, international indicators have to be used. In the realm of the rule of law, the Global Rule of Law Index is being used as a presumptive indicator. The latest Global Rule …

  • 17 March

    PM KHAN’S CHINA VISIT

    PM KHAN’S CHINA VISIT A new turn of leaf in Sino-Pak relations Prime Minister Imran Khan’s recent four-day visit to China has attracted much attention, not only in the country but also in world’s powerful capitals. The visit came at a very important occasion and at a very strategic juncture …

  • 17 March

    NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY

    NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY The new national vade mecum Acknowledging that the “country’s security imperatives in the next decade will be driven by the need to realise its economic potential while ensuring national cohesion, territorial integrity, internal security, and citizen welfare,” the NSP places economic security at the core and seeks …

  • 16 March

    Likelihood of a Presidential System

    Likelihood of a Presidential System That is the basic concept behind the “Utopian State —” a state where everyone lives in merry harmony, where there is depth in understanding between the ruling and the ruled, any bad blood that infects the clear and tranquil waters of peace is instantly eradicated …