The Constitution of 1973

The Constitution of 1973 The first constitution of Pakistan which was framed by Chauhdhary Muhammad Ali, was abrogated in October 1958 when General Ayub Khan enforced Martial Law in the country. Ayub Khan, then framed another constitution in 1962. This constitution was enforced on June 8, 1962 in the country. This was a unicameral and

Second constitution(1962) of Pakistan

Background: Pakistan came into being in 1947. To the run the machinery of government the Indian Government Act of 1935 was adopted as an interim constitution of the country with some fundamental amendments. The first Pakistani Constituent Assembly was elected in 1947 and after nine years adopted the first indigenous constitution, the short-lived Constitution of 1956. In October

Detailed note on Earthquake.

Earthquake can be defined as: ”Earthquakes are those movements of Earth’s crust that make the ground vibrate and shake.”  OR ”An earthquake is the release of energy that has been slowly built up, during the stress of increasing deformation of rocks.” Earthquakes occur when energy stored in elastically-strained rocks is suddenly released. This release of

Green Revolution with special context to Developing countries.

The concept of the  Green Revolution was widely spread in the 60s of the 20th century. The transformation began in agriculture sector in developed countries and now it is in  developing countries. The “Green Revolution” is the transformation of agriculture on the basis of modern agricultural technology. The Green Revolution in the Agriculture of Developing

First constitution of Pakistan took 9 years in its development.

Objectives Resolution (1949): Objectives Resolution is one of the most important documents in the constitutional history of Pakistan. It was passed by the first Constituent Assembly on 12th March 1949 under the leadership of Liaquat Ali Khan. The Objectives Resolution is one of the most important and illuminating documents in the constitutional history of Pakistan. It

The most famous revolutionaries in the world.

These people dreamed of changing the destiny of the world. However, the stories of most revolutionaries teach that the fire of changes in society often devours those who organized it. And the new reality often does not correspond to plans and dreams. Among the most famous revolutionaries, we deliberately do not refer to Spartacus. After all, he was, rather,