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Privatisation policy has become an integral part of the economic policies of developing countries in post Soviet regime. Now, the establishing a ministry of privatisation or a separate authority for implementation and formulation of investment promotion and privatisation policies is a common practice in the developing world. Despite of post Soviet globalization trend and popularity of the privatisation policies, there are several question marks and grey areas in opposition of the privatisation.

Published: 2010
Author: Dr. Ayub Mehar


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No man but feels more of a man in the world if he have a bit ofground that he can call his own. However small it is on the surface,it is four thousand miles deep; and that is a very handsome property.
Charles Dudley Warner


Published: 2010
Author: Sameer Hamid Dodhy


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The Case of Divorced Mothers, Divorced, Disabled and Never Married (above 40 years) Pakistani Women - a Civic Entrepreneur's Perspectives.

Published: 2010
Author: Dr Rakhshinda Perveen


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In the intellectual world we live in, “Public” and “Private” are two words which are used not only to depict but also to commemorate and denounce. Any somber query into the meaning of privatisation must begin, therefore, by unloading the multifaceted cargo that the public-private division carries. Privatisation is a contentious and blurry concept that induces sharp political and social reactions. These reactions cover an
extensive range of ideas and policies; some are reasonable while others sound somewhat impractical. It won’t be entirely wrong to say that privatisation does have some political origins and objectives but they cannot overshadow the concept in a blanket of negativity.


Published: 2010
Author: Gulmina Bilal Ahmad


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