A book by Ayesha Jalal, a Pakistani American historian who specializes in the subject of partition and the history of Pakistan in particular. The book offers a dynamic perspective to the struggle of an Independent Pakistan, whether it was religious communalism or provincialism
A book by Francis Fukuyama who has previously authored best sellers like The End Of History and The Last Man. Fukuyama explains how Bush Administration miscalculated the global reaction to American hegemony and foreign policy in particular following the September 11 attacks. Fukuyama offers
The Book Covers Benazir’s life from her father’s imprisonment to exile and a decade of political struggle under the Zia regime to restore Pakistan Peoples Party as a democratic force. After Zia`s death, she stated: “I would have preferred to defeat him(Zia) at the polls,
Have you ever wished to pursue a career in arts and crafts? If I am not wrong that isn’t considered as a career in our society, right? Let me introduce you to a young entrepreneur from SZABIST Karachi pursuing her undergraduate in Media Sciences.
Digital Marketing, the word itself seems pretty cool but do we actually know what type of marketing are we talking about. The day since social media hijacked our lives and internet is our modern day tranquilizer, the phenomenon itself has a lot to offer to the
It was back in January when I stepped into a cafe looking for something interesting to watch on Netflix browsing through trailers and reviews again and again. I overheard a group of gentleman discussing how sharif’s ouster was by design, who is behind these rattling
We have seen traditional human resource management going down the drain for quite a while now and why is that happening seems to be the latest inquiry across the corporate world. https://hbr.org/2014/01/how-netflix-reinvented-hr Patty McCord who served as the Chief Talent Officer at Netflix from
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