After the 9/11 incident, the U.S declared war against terrorism under the umbrella of the U.N Security Council resolution. Almost the entire Western World and some Asian states militarily joined the ... Read More

The world portrayed by Tennessee Williams is replete with hectic hysteria, repression, deception, sickness, sterility, insanity, castration, cannibalism and lynching. The forces of sterility dominat ... Read More

Most postcolonial texts document a loss of identity, and a struggle to regain a lost self. Of all the devices used to explore this personal domain, the metaphor of food is the most potent and intima ... Read More

The impressive gains of the six-piece religious party alliance, the MMA (Muttahida Majlis-i-Aml), in October 2002 Elections in Pakistan represent a mass mobilization in the name of Islam on a scale ... Read More

In this paper a detailed account of Kabul River has been given to highlight the socioeconomic importance related to fish decline in Kabul River. Kabul River is a major river of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pro ... Read More

The present study was conducted to investigate the impact of the Islamic Cooperative Microfinance program (Murabah’ah 2 ) on the standard of life of the poor and the marginalized segments of the s ... Read More

The present study had two main objectives; first, to discover the relationships between job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and personality traits among employees of AW (Air Weapon Complex) ... Read More

The research undertaken analyses short run influence of inflation and interest rate on stock returns in Pakistan. Inflation was represented by “CPI”, interest rate by “I” and stock return by “KSE100 ... Read More

Stillbirth is considered one of the most important maternal and pregnancy health and healthcare indicators. This study investigates the association of stillbirth with a wide range of factors related ... Read More

Travelling of ideas, trends, movements and people is a reality of the age of globalization. With the publication of ‘Travelling Theory’ by Edward Said (1983), the concept of travel or travelling the ... Read More

This paper deals with the perception and production of L2 consonants by Pashtoon learners/speakers of English. Phonetic, phonological, perceptual and social factors are considered to account for the ... Read More

The study explored the relationship of self-efficacy with emotional intelligence among creative and non-creative people. The sample (N = 400) consisted of 200 creative employees (100 females and 100 ... Read More

This paper studies Oscar Wilde’s fairy tales to examine the manner in which he has created the special genre of the fairy tales, focusing particularly on Wilde’s grammatical and syntactic choices th ... Read More

Academic writers have reported that research article Introductions are more problematic to write than the rest of the paper. It is because they have to choose from amongst the various options availa ... Read More

This article is mainly concerned with the impact of Overseas Fellowship Training (OFT) imparted through the ADB assisted Teacher Training Project on the quality of educational management. The Teache ... Read More

The aim of the paper is to evaluate the role of SRSP in the rehabilitation of extremely vulnerable individuals (EVIs) in Garlat and Satbani union councils of District Mansehra. The data were collect ... Read More

Interaction is one of the important aspects of effective learning environment. Interaction can take place in different forms. It may be between a student and course materials, student and learning a ... Read More

Reading Walt Whitman is like opening a big album of life with the ‘self’ as the axis around which the whole world revolves. Whitman is not only the lover and the redeemer of the body and the soul bu ... Read More

Considerable research has been undertaken on the grade point average (GPA) of the students. In the present study, an attempt is made to forecast the GPA by fitting a polynomial regression model on t ... Read More