- Pakistan: Human Rights Developments
As 1999 drew to a close, the government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif confronted mounting sectarian violence, a unified opposition demanding new elections and escalating tension with the military. ...
- Govt. Of Pakistan Privatisation Commission
The PC has been set up to Privatise state owned enterprises in a transparent and equitable way. Our Mandate, Within the overall Government policy of strengthening the private sector’s role in the provision of goods and services and with the approval ...
- Pakistan Peoples Party
Led by Benazir Bhutto. History, news, articles and policy matters. As a member of Pakistans delegation to the United Nation in 1957, at the age of 29 years, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto addressed the Sixth Conference of the United Nations on The Definition of ...
- National Geographic - MapMachine: Pakistan
Satellite, topographic, physical, street, earthquake, population and aerial maps and images. Pakistan is in the northwest part of South Asia. The eastern and southern parts of the country are dominated by the Indus River and its tributaries. Most of ...
- UK DFID - Country Profiles: Pakistan
The Department for International Development (DFID) is the part of the UK Government that manages Britains aid to poor countries and works to get rid of extreme poverty. We are headed by a Cabinet minister, one of the senior ministers in the Governme ...
- Hegemony of the Ruling Elite in Pakistan
Pakistan entered another phase of its history on 12th October, 1999, when the army took over power for the fourth time. To no one’s astonishment, the change of government was enthusiastically welcomed by the masses as it raised false hopes that the c ...
- Dow Medical College
Website maintained by Alumni. The college is situated in Karachi, the biggest city of the country, however, it was first established in Hyderabad, Pakistan as a small college. Before the independence, in 1941, the Indian Medical Council in order to i ...