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Volume 53, 2017


ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION IN SHARI’AH: A CASE OF TEST-TUBE BABY IN SHARI’AH AND ITS LEGAL STATUS IN PAKISTAN
Muhammad Ifzal Mehmood & Nadia Zafar

JENKINS CORRESPONDENCE WITH MOUNTBATTEN ON PUNJAB 1947
Dr. Farah Gul Baqai & Iffat Humayun Khan

JOURNALIST’S KNOW-HOW ABOUT JOURNALISTIC CODE OF ETHICS AND LAWS IN CRISIS REPORTING AND ITS IMPLICATIONS
Sajjad Ali & Dr. Noshina Saleem

ROLE OF MILITARY IN POLITICS AND SOCIETY IN PAKISTAN: 1947 TO 1958
Dr. Manzoor Khan Afridi & Ali Jibran

LEGAL EDUCATION AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN PAKISTAN: PERSPECTIVES AND CHALLENGES
Naeem Ullah Khan

THE BRITISH PUNJAB: POLITICS OF PATRONAGE
Dr. Samina Yasmeen

THE DARK SIDE OF THE PICTURE: THE ROLE OF POVERTY IN THE PROMOTION OF HONOUR KILLING IN FEDERALLY ADMINISTERED TRIBAL AREAS (FATA) OF PAKISTAN
Dr. Arshad Khan Bangash & Fariha Bibi

THE EXPERIENCE OF BEINGA MINORITY GROUP MEMBER: THE CASE OF FOUR CHRISTIAN STUDENTS IN PAKISTAN
Uzma Dayan, Mashal Naeem Khan & Arshad Ali

COMMUNITY SATISFACTION, CURRENT TRENDS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS OF BASIC HEALTH UNITS IN PAKISTAN: AN ANALYSIS
Dr. Muhammad Ibrar & Dr. Raazia Hassan Naqvi

NO WOMAN’S LAND THE FEMINIST VIEWS OF SULERI IN THE MEATLESS DAYS AND BOYS WILL BE BOYS
Asma Aftab & Aalia Sohail Khan

MILITARY REGIMES AND PROSPECTS OF LONG TERM DEMOCRACY IN PAKISTAN
Samina Batool & Dr. Amna Mahmood

MUHAMMAD ASLAMSANJARI-UNSUNG HERO OF FREEDOM MOVEMENT
Prof. Dr. Fazl-ur-Rahim Marwat & Dr. Shahbaz Khan

PATRON-CLIENT POLITICS IN KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA: AN ANALYSIS OF 2008 GENERAL ELECTIONS VIA ORDINAL LOGISTIC REGRESSION MODEL
Dr. FarmanUllah & Syed Jawad Ali Shah

MANAGEMENT OF DIVERSITY THROUGH DECENTRALIZATION IN FEDERAL SYSTEMS AND CHANGING DYNAMICS OF GENDERED POLITICAL REPRESENTATION IN PAKISTAN
Yasmin Roofi & Aftab Hussain Gilani

leftThe University of Peshawar is a public sector university in the city of Peshawar, Pakistan. The university was established in October 1950 by Mr. Liaquat Ali Khan, the first Prime Minister of Pakistan as an offshoot of Islamia College Peshawar, which was founded in 1913.  read more

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