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Kashmir Issue-II

Abdul Rafay Hashmi Mujahideen tried their level best to capture the valley but they were defeated by Indian army as they were not well equipped and trained. Then India took this dispute to the Security Council. The Security Council decided that a plebiscite must be held in Kashmir. At that …

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Kashmir Issue-I

Abdul Rafay Hashmi These claims are often reinforced with partisan interpretation of history and selective evidence. The real attitude and concrete policies towards the dispute, however, are often governed by perception of short term “national interests” as defined by dominant political elite of the two countries the interests that apparently …

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Mental illness and crime

(Mian Majid Ali) The relationship between mental illness and crime has long been a subject of debate; however mental illness is not the primary cause of criminal behaviour but its general course of concern within the mental health profession, the public, correctional systems, and the criminal justice systems. As a …

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