1.Representation of cultural diversity in Urdu newspapers in Pakistan ...
in Pakistan with an aim to furthering our understanding of the development of ... The main languages include Urdu, Punjabi, Pushto, Balochi, Sindhi, Seraiki, ... The continued rule by .... land mafia and low rates of scholarships offered to deserving students. ..... administration, police, education, health and social services.
2.Schedule II Tabular Statement of Offences - Punjab Police
police mayarrest without warrant or not. Whether a warrant or a summon shall ordinarily be .... Pakistan. Shall not arrest without warrant Warrant. Not bailable. Not compou- ndable .... Inducing students, etc., take part in ...... any quarantine rule.
3.Final Model Police Rules 2002 Volume-I - Publisher
of Police Order 2002 and the rules within a region is vested in Regional Police Officer not below .... and legally empowered for, police duty anywhere in Pakistan . While on ..... (ix) Monitoring of labour, students affairs and pressure groups. (x).
4.PAKISTAN Executive Summary The constitution and other laws and ...
especially after the killings of Governor of Punjab Salman Taseer and Minister. Bhatti as a result of ... A 2005 law requires that a senior police official investigate ... Although students of other religious groups are not legally required to study Islam ..... sign of mainstream media opposition, Pakistan's leading Urdu- language.
5.Language Controversy and its Impacts on Politics of Pakistan
students and intellectuals of East Pakistan resisted and demanded that Bengali should also ... Urdu as a language evolved during the last days of Mughal rule in India. ... languages such as Punjabi, Sindhi, Pashto, Kashmiri, Seraiki and Baluchi were ... on 21st February 1952, when several people were killed by police. The.
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6.Why has Pakistan experienced so much ethnic and ... - Stewart Morris
experiences of the different regions of Pakistan and the fact that this is, in itself, one of the .... as Karachi (54% Urdu, 14% Punjabi, 9% Pathan and 6% Sindhi in 1981). ... In January 1948 a group of students, supporting the radical .... Interior, and years of military rule have meant that the army is heavily involved in the ...
7.the pakistani lawyers' movement - Harvard Law Review
Urdu by Abdullah Freed Khan). The author ... Punjab, PLD 1972 S.C. 139 (Pak.). For background on ... tions of much of the literature on judicial independence and the rule of law. ..... Pakistanis accustomed to corrupt and arbitrary police practices , these .... Students and other activists protested in defiance of mil- itary rule and ...
8.patterns of conflict in pakistan - Brookings Institution
and the rule of law, using a policing rather than a ..... 6 Tan Tai Yong, “Punjab and the Making of Pakistan: The Roots of a Civil-Military State,” in “North India: ...