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Contents Volume II Issue I ( 2019)

Profiling of Human Tragedy in Kashmir and Kashmir Movement: Post Revocation of Article 370
Abstract:  This research paper is an attempt to make a comprehensive profile of human tragedies occurred in Kashmir, look into the sources of human tragedies and provide contemporary developments regarding the issue of human tragedy in Kashmir. This paper also highlights the severe crimes being committed in Kashmir which have affected lives of millions of people in living in Kashmir. There are numerous ca ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
Author/s: 1-Fazal Rehman Kakar
Department of International Relations, National Defence University (NDU) Islamabad, Pakistan.

2-Muhammad Imran Ashraf
Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, National Defence University (NDU) Islamabad, Pakistan.

3-Noor Fatima
Chairperson, Department of Politics and IR, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan.

Keywords: IOK, Plebiscite, Humanitarian law, Hindutva, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sang, Liberty, Right of SelfDeterminations, Princely States, Mujahedeen, OCHR
DOI Number:10.31703/gpsrr.2019(II-I).01 DOI Link:http://dx.doi.org/10.31703/gpsrr.2019(II-I).01
Page Nos:1-15 Volume & Issue:II-I
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Water Crisis in Pakistan: Management and Remedial Measures
Abstract:  Water insecurity is defined as the lack of a reliable source of water, of appropriate quality and quantity to meet the needs of the local human population and environment. As economic development continues, water consumption increases - and thus this is becoming a long-term cause of water insecurity. Pakistan is already the third most water-stressed country in the world. Its per capita annual w ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
Author/s: 1-Komal Rehman
Researcher and Columnist, Department of International Relations, National Defence University (NDU) Islamabad, Pakistan.

Keywords:Water Crisis, Pakistan, water Scarcity, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
DOI Number:10.31703/gpsrr.2019(II-I).02 DOI Link:http://dx.doi.org/10.31703/gpsrr.2019(II-I).02
Page Nos:16-19 Volume & Issue:II-I
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Pakistan's State Sovereignty in the Light of Saudi Arab's Overt Dictation
Abstract:  Historically Pakistan's relations with Saudi Arab have been concerted and coordinated on the basis of calculated strategy, except for the few exceptions. Pakistan had maintained friendly ties with Saudi Arab but with time Saudi Arab started playing more assertive role in relation to Pakistan. Since inception Pakistan tends to look towards the Saudi Arab due to cultural orientation of its public ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
Author/s: 1-Asma Batool
M.PHIL, Department of IR, NDU Islamabad, Pakistan.

Keywords:Pak-Saudi Relations, Sovereignty, Hegemonic Strategy, Balance, Mutual Dependence
DOI Number:10.31703/gpsrr.2019(II-I).03 DOI Link:http://dx.doi.org/10.31703/gpsrr.2019(II-I).03
Page Nos:20-26 Volume & Issue:II-I
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Impact of Innovative Work Behavior on the Performance of Agile Project Management in Pakistan
Abstract:  In recent years, Pakistan's computer software market has experienced steady growth. Agile is the iterative approach in software industry. Innovation by employees is one of the best ways to enhance innovation and organizational success. The customer wants new and innovative products. This required an effective innovative behavior. New ideas affect the performance of projects positively or negati ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
Author/s: 1-Bilal Anwar
Assistant Professor Department of Business Administration, University of Sahiwal, Punjab, Pakistan.

2-Umer Iqbal
MS Scholar, Bahria University Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.

3-Muhammad Imran Ashraf
Assistant Professor, Department Of International Relations, National Defence University Islamabad, Pakistan.

Keywords:Idea Exploration, Idea Generation, Idea Championing, Idea Implementation, Agile Project Management, Performance
DOI Number:10.31703/gpsrr.2019(II-I).04 DOI Link:http://dx.doi.org/10.31703/gpsrr.2019(II-I).04
Page Nos:27-39 Volume & Issue:II-I
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Media and its Influence on Democracy: A Case Study of Punjab
Abstract:  This research is a struggle to explore the influence of Media on democracy in Punjab that how media helps to promote the democratic norms in society and strengthens the democracy in context of a developing country. As time passed media turn into more and more influential and significant. Using survey method, data has been collected from 500 respondents from Punjab as sample technique of availab ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
Author/s: 1-Hamayun Masood
PhD Scholar, Department of Media Studies, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan.

2-Ali Hassan
Lecturer, Department of Media Studies, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan.

Keywords:Media, Democracy, Agenda Setting, Framing, Political Socialization, Political Knowledge, Public Opinion
DOI Number:10.31703/gpsrr.2019(II-I).05 DOI Link:http://dx.doi.org/10.31703/gpsrr.2019(II-I).05
Page Nos:40-46 Volume & Issue:II-I
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