My essay and current affairs notes are in the market
Dialogue- the best way to combat terrorism
UNO- Hopes and Hurdles
Economic problems of Pakistan
Education in Pakistan
Media in pakistan
Corruption in Pakistan
Poverty in Pakistan
Pakistans Foreign Policy
Economy of Pakistan, agriculture, industry and service sectors
Pakistans Relations with US, INDIA.
China- US relations
Drone strikes and issue of sovereignty of Pakistan
GSP plus and its impacts of economy
MFN status to india
Transition in afghanistan
Water crisis in pakistan
Rise of china
world times academy
Whatever mind can conceive,it can achieve - W.Clement Stone
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