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Bureaucratic elites & political developments in Pakistan, 1947-58

Huma Naz

Bureaucratic elites & political developments in Pakistan, 1947-58

by Huma Naz

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Published by National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University in Islamabad, Pakistan .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pakistan,
  • Pakistan.
    • Subjects:
    • Civil service -- Pakistan.,
    • Elite (Social sciences) -- Pakistan.,
    • Bureaucracy -- Pakistan.,
    • Pakistan -- Politics and government

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesBureaucratic elites and political developments in Pakistan, 1947-58.
      StatementHuma Naz.
      SeriesNIPS monograph series ;, 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJQ552 .N39 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination165 p. ;
      Number of Pages165
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1689921M
      LC Control Number91930191

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      This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Sep 27,  · Complete Notes Of Pakistan Affairs By Prof. Dr. Hassan Askari. Civil and Political Rights were given to the people of Pakistan but they could be suspended in case of emergency. 6: Directive Principles of State Policy () Pakistan won independence under extremely difficult conditions. The next task was setting up of a new state.


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Bureaucratic elites & political developments in Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan: National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, © (OCoLC) Online version: Naz, Huma. Bureaucratic elites & political developments in Pakistan, Bureaucratic elites & political developments in Pakistan, (NIPS 1947-58 book series) by Huma Naz | Jan 1, Unknown Binding Out of Print--Limited Availability.

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See Francis Robinson, ‘Origins’ in William E. James and Subroto Roy (eds.), Foundations of Pakistan’s Political Economy, New Delhi, Pakistan’s Defence Policy, –58, London,p. Malik I.H. () The Supremacy of the Bureaucracy and the Military in Pakistan. In: State and Civil Society in Pakistan.

St Antony Author: Iftikhar H. Malik. Sep 25,  ·Political Developments. POLITICAL HISTORY OF PAKISTAN () This decade is considered to be highly effected by Post Independence Problems.

Chaudhry Muhammad Ali (Urdu: چوہدری محمد علی ‎ 15 July – 2 December ), best known as Muhammad Ali, was the fourth Prime Minister of 1947-58 book, appointed on 12 August until being removed through a successful passage of vote of no confidence motion in the National Assembly on 12 September [citation needed]His credibility is noted for promulgating the first set Monarch: Elizabeth II, (6 February –23 March ).

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The present study is a pioneering work, examining the general patterns of the opposition in the politics of Pakistan. The focus of the study is the role of opposition political parties as the most organized and institutionalized agents of political opposition in any Cited by: 1.

The focus of research is to explore the facts which were the major cause of political instability in Pakistan since Bureaucratic Elites & Political Developments in Pakistan Author: Aneeqa Nawaz.

This book is about the problems of new born state and discusses the development and political issues. Huma Naz, Bureaucratic Elites & Political Developments in Pakistan (Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies, ), The Author discusses the relationship of politician and bureaucracy and political events since Landed Elites and Politics of Agrarian Reforms in Pakistan: A Case study of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s Era Article (PDF Available) · January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Apr 14,  · 5 constitutional development in pakistan 58 1. 1 Department of History & Pakistan Studies, UoG Constitutional Development in Pakistan Objective Resolution (7 March, ): Allah is the supreme, sovereign and sovereignty belongs to Allah. The state shall exercise its power & authority through the elected representatives.

The principles of democracy, freedom, equality. Public Opinion and Political Development in Pakistan The PhD thesis titled Public Opinion and Political Development in Pakistan was submitted by a scholar from University of Karachi, akikopavolka.coming are the details of the thesis /dissertation.

Apr 20,  · bureaucratic elites They lacked the capacity to aggregate public interests and build political institutions. Sayeed’s central thesis is that the incompetence and divisiveness of the political leaders brought about the collapse of the party system and facilitated the ascendancy of the bureaucratic- military elites.

Establishment of akikopavolka.com August PaKiStan became independent - the name consists of P for Punjab, K for Kashmir and S for Sindh.

There was another part not mentioned in the name, (East Bengal, separated from West Pakistan by km of Indian akikopavolka.com the political center - capital Karachi (later Rawalpindi, then Islamabad) and the economic centers (Karachi, Lahore) all are.

This collection of essays takes a fresh look at the contentious themes of democracy, development, and security in Pakistan today. Using a variety of Pakistani, Indian and Western sources, the distinguished contributors examine the internal and external problems of Pakistan with an eye on the challenges that democracy has encountered in the country.

Political & Constitutional. Phases of Pakistan () June 3: British Government decides to bifurcateBritish India, into two sovereign states IndiaandPakistan. July 8: Constituent Assembly of Pakistan approves the design of Pakistan.

26 July: 6 July in which the first Constituent Assembly of Pakistan was given shape with 69 Members (later on the membership was increased to The book provides an integrated view of Pakistan’s political history since It reviews each period, by leadership, assessing its main features, the role of key players, the motives, ideas and power relations in play.

The emphasis is on analysis of events and developments. My interpretations differ from the conventional US scholarship which.

Role of Political Parties in Pakistan () The PhD thesis titled Role of Political Parties in Pakistan () was submitted by a scholar from University of Karachi, akikopavolka.coming are the details of the thesis /dissertation. Regional Political Parties: Challenge to Political Stability of Pakistan 5 palace intrigues and internal shifts of loyalties within the ruling Muslim League.

Consequently Pakistan became a military-bureaucratic oligarchy Polity’s overemphasis on centralization and denial of. Bureaucratic elites and political developments in Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan, National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, c. Nkomo, M. A Comparative Study of Zambia and Mozambique: Africanization, Professionalization, and Bureaucracy in.

The last two pages of this book list the other published studies. Most books in the series deal with a particular foreign country, describing and analyzing its political, economic, social, and national security systems and institutions, and examining the interrelationships of those systems and the ways they are shaped by cultural factors.

Students as the Pressure Group in Pakistan’s Politics Mahboob Hussain Abstract Since the creation of Pakistan the students, one of the most important and influential political actors in Pakistan’s politics, expanded their role and established their primacy to the .Content: Bangladesh Economic Growth in a Vulnerable Limited Access Order Mushtaq H.

Khan (in North, Douglass, John Wallis, Steven Webb and Barry Weingast (eds.), In the Shadow of Violence: Politics, Economics and the Problems of Development. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. ). Bangladesh was born out of two violent partitions, each caused by elites' inability to agree.Pakistan: democracy, development and security issues/edited by Veena Kukreja, M.P.

Singh. Both historical and contemporary political developments account for this state of affairs. The military-bureaucratic and feudal elites of Pakistan cannot resist these forces of modernisation too long without accommodating the internal pressures of.