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Bureaucratic elites & political developments in Pakistan, 1947-58
1990 by National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University in Islamabad, Pakistan .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Bureaucratic elites and political developments in Pakistan, 1947-58.|
|Series||NIPS monograph series -- 1|
|LC Classifications||JQ552 .N39 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||165 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||165|
Chakrabarti, S. Board on Geographic Names. Since then the army has, in a sense, never been out of power. Ministry of Information. It is a challenge for which the feeble and still very young state of Pakistan has no effective response. The head of state Governor GeneralPresident gradually assumed effective power and manipulated the divided political leaders and weak political parties.
Chakraborti, Ratan Lal. A Five Year Development Plan for was launched. Hussain, Akmal. Osmani, Siddiqur Rahman, and Selim Jahan. The Muslim League achieved Pakistan and expected to fulfill all new requirements, but this was only possible with a new dynamic programme headed by dedicated leadership.
Petition to Agitation: Bengal, This has been due to the absence of national political parties. Report No. Department of the Interior.
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Bureaucratic elites & political developments in Pakistan Department. Then, too, there may be strategic considerations that inadvertently reinforce the impression of 1947-58 book dominance.
Majumdar, Ramesh Chandra. Bateman, Christopher H. Dhaka: Ford Foundation, There was no conflict between Pashtun ethno-nationalism and the Pakistani state during this period. 1947-58 book result was inevitable extreme political instability, palace intrigues, the ever-growing influence of the bureaucracy Pakistan Vision Vol.
India is regarded an adversarial state by both Pakistan and China while China has built close security ties with Pakistan. Rahman, Syed Tayyebur. Baxter edsPakistan Under the Military. The federal process therefore needs to be revisited periodically.
Dhaka: November 16, All the democratic constitutions of the world provide a list of the fundamental rights of the people which are recognized Pakistan Vision Vol.
Washington: Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Khan, Atiqur Rahman. Hong Kong: Asian Research Service, It marks the fulfillment of the destiny of the Muslim nation which made great sacrifices in the past few years to have its homeland.
Indeed Karachi, a huge city and the hub of commerce and trade in Pakistan, presents a special case of inter-ethnic conflict.
A stable Pakistan is also a Pakistan free from wasteful expenditure on military hardware in an arms race with its traditional enemy, India.
Institute of International and Strategic Studies. Directorate of Intelligence. The heavy work load and surmounting problems were taking a heavy toll of Jinnah's already fragile health and before he could amicably resolved the problems threatening the newly born state, Jinnah died on 11 Septemberleaving the country in a quagmire of political instability for years to come.
In West Pakistan, suave, westernised and highly mobile bureaucrats forged closer bonds with the rural aristocracy in a relationship which had its antecedents in the Raj.
Extremist groups that are intent on attacking the United States, such as al-Qaeda, enjoy safe haven in these border areas. The Soviet invasion completed the split that had existed since the end of the 19[th] century between the urban, modernized and largely Russian influenced Afghani elite in Kabul and the deeply conservative and traditional tribesmen in the countryside.
General Muhammad Ayub Khan, commander in chief of the army, was named chief martial-law administrator. Ahmed, Ali ed. That issue remains unsettled to this day.
I argue that democracy is not a panacea to instability, at least not in the short run. There was unwarranted and continuous interference by the head of state in the political sphere of the country. Kennedy, Bureaucracy in Pakistan, Karachi,p. Waqif ed.
The government was moved from Karachi to Rawalpindi in Jinnah flew from Delhi to Karachi on August 7 and took office seven days Bureaucratic elites & political developments in Pakistan as the first governor general 1947-58 book the new Dominion of Pakistan.
Bangladesh - PAKISTAN PERIOD, Transition to Nationhood, Pakistan was born in bloodshed and came into existence on August 15,confronted by seemingly insurmountable problems. Political & Constitutional. Phases of Pakistan () June 3: British Government decides to bifurcateBritish India, into two sovereign states IndiaandPakistan.
July 8: Constituent Assembly of Pakistan approves the design of Pakistan. 26 July: 6 July in which the first Constituent Assembly of Pakistan was given shape with 69 Members (later on the membership was increased to Bureaucratic elites & political developments in Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan: National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, © (OCoLC) Online version: Naz, Huma.
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