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Title: FROM HINDI TO URDU A SOCIAL AND POLITICAL HSITORY Author: TARIQ REHMAN Price Pak Rs: 1095

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Title: FROM HINDI TO URDU A SOCIAL AND POLITICAL HSITORY

Author: TARIQ REHMAN
Price Pak Rs: 1095
Publisher: OUP
Pages: 476
Publishing Date:2012
Language: ENGLISH
Format:Hard Back
Price in Us$: 20 Price Pak Rs: 1095
Isbn: 9780199063130
Book Code: 616
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Title: SHEIKH MUJIBUR REHMAN THE UNFINISHED MEMOIRS Author: SHEIKH MUJIBUR REHMAN Price Pak Rs: 995

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Title: SHEIKH MUJIBUR REHMAN THE UNFINISHED MEMOIRS

Author: SHEIKH MUJIBUR REHMAN
Translated by Fakrul Alam
Price Pak Rs: 995
Publisher: OUP
Pages: 364
Publishing Date:2012

Language: ENGLISH
Format:Hard Back
Price in Us$: 20 Price Pak Rs: 995
Isbn: 9780199063581
Book Code: 612
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These memoirs are based on four notebooks by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the founder of Bangladesh and the centre of the cause célèbre of the 1970s, written while he was a state prisoner in 1967. The book records Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s opinions about political developments in East Bengal/East Pakistan.
About the Author / Editor
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (1920–1975), Bengali nationalist politician and the founder of Bangladesh began his political career as an All-India Muslim League activist in Calcutta and was one of the founding members of the East Pakistan Muslim Student League in 1948, and the Awami Muslim League in 1949.
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Title:A stranger in my own country EAST PAKISTAN, 1969–1971 Author: Major General (Retd.) Khadim Hussain Raja Price Pak Rs:695

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Title:A stranger in my own country EAST PAKISTAN, 1969–1971

Author: Major General (Retd.) Khadim Hussain Raja
Price Pak Rs:695
Publisher: OXFORD
Pages:350
Publishing Date:2012
Language: English
Format: Hard Back
Price in Us$: 10 Price Pak Rs:695
Isbn : 9780195474411
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Book Code:353
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Description
The 1971 East Pakistan tragedy was not just a failure of the military but also a collapse of civil society in the West Wing. The few voices raised against the military action were too feeble to make the army change its course, a course leading to military defeat and the break-up of the country. At the time, the author was General Officer Commanding 14 Division in East Pakistan. Apart from his direct narration of the events, his portrayal of the major dramatis personae, such as Field Marshal Mohammad Ayub Khan, General Agha Mohammad Yahya Khan, Lieutenant General Tikka Khan and Lieutenant General A.A.K. Niazi, are insightful. A necessary text that demands scrutiny from all interested in the course of Pakistan’s history.

Title: IDEOLOGY OF PAKISTAN Author: JUSTICE RTD. DR JAVED IQBAL Price Pak Rs:300

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Title: IDEOLOGY OF PAKISTAN

Author: JUSTICE RTD. DR JAVED IQBAL
Price Pak Rs:300
Publisher: SMP
Pages:
Publishing Date:2011
Language: URDU
Format:Hard Back
Price in Us$: Price Pak Rs:300
Isbn: 9693516826
Book Code:285
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Title: Pakistan Ki Sairgahein Author: Sheikh Naveed Aslam Price Pak Rs:600

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Title: Pakistan Ki Sairgahein

Author: Sheikh Naveed Aslam
Price Pak Rs:600
Publisher:Book H
Pages:
Publishing Date:
Format:Hard Back
Isbn:
Price in Us$: Price Pak Rs:600
Book Code:121
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Title:A Journey to Disillusionment Author:Sherbaz Khan Mazari Price Pak Rs:495

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Title:A Journey to Disillusionment
Author:Sherbaz Khan Mazari
Price Pak Rs:495
Publisher:oup
Pages:646
Publishing Date:1999
Format:Paper Back
Isbn:0195797698
Price in Us$: Price Pak Rs:495
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Title:The Emergence of Bangladesh Author:Badruddin Umar Price Pak Rs:695vol 1 Price Pak Rs 595 Vol2

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Title:The Emergence of Bangladesh
Author:Badruddin Umar

Price Pak Rs:695vol 1
Price Pak Rs 595 Vol2
Publisher:oup
Pages:387 ,Pages 371
Publishing Date:2004, 2006
Format:Hard Back
Price in Us$: Price Pak Rs:695 and 595

Title Pakistan on The Brink Author :Craig Baxter Price Pak Rs 475

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Title : Pakistan on The Brink
Author :Craig Baxter

Price Pak Rs 475
Publisher:Oup
Pages: 242
Publishing Date
Format Hard Back
Price in Us$ Price Pakr Rs:475

Pakistan At the Millennium By Charles H Price Pak Rs550

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Pakistan At the Millennium
By Charles H
Price Pak Rs550
Published By OUP

A journey through Pakistan Author: Mohamed Amin Price: 2995.00

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A journey through pakistan

Author: Mohamed Amin

Price: 2995.00
Published Date: 05/11/2007
Format: HardBack
ISBN: 9781904722311
Publisher: Camerapix
No of Pages: 225
Ancient and mysterious, for centuries the land which is now Pakistan has attracted scholars and mystics, adventurers and mercenaries. Up its craggy defiles have climbed such warrior as Alexander the Great and Genghis Khan, in search of plunder and glory. More peacefully, its cities of Harappa and Moenjodaro were at the heart of the great Indus Valley Civilization over 4500 years ago.
Modern Pakistan, born in 1947 out of the ashes of Imperial India, has inherited the beauties of its ancient past. Physically a dramatic country, its boasts eight of the world´s ten highest peaks, including the breathtaking K2. Here, in the permanent snow and frost of the far north, giant glaciers spill down the mountain slopes, melting at the lower altitudes and filling the gorges below with raging torrents of white water.
Brilliantly photographed and with an absorbing text, Journey Through Pakistan does justice to its magnificent subject, a ´frontier tale´ told and illustrated with skill and enthusiasm in 188 stunning colour pictures.

PAKISTAN: SOCIAL AND CULTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN A MUSLIM NATION by Mohammad A. Qadeer

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PAKISTAN: SOCIAL AND CULTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN A MUSLIM NATION
by Mohammad A. Qadeer

Publication Date: 2011
Extent: 322 pages
ISBN: 9789694025452
Price: $11.71 / Rs995.00
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Pakistan: Beyond the Crisis State Edited by Maleeha Lodhi Paperback, 320 pages, July 2011 ISBN: 9780199064380, For sale in Pakistan only Price: Rs.425.00 Publisher oup

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Pakistan: Beyond the Crisis State


Edited by Maleeha Lodhi
Paperback, 320 pages, July 2011
ISBN: 9780199064380,
Price: Rs.425.00
Publisher oup

Jinnah: Creator of Pakistan Hector Bolitho Paperback, 230 pages, Sep 2006 ISBN: 9780195473230 Price: Rs.395.00Publisher oup

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Jinnah: Creator of Pakistan

Hector Bolitho
Paperback, 230 pages, Sep 2006
ISBN: 9780195473230
Price: Rs.395.00

Publisher oup

Jinnah of Pakistan Stanley Wolpert Paperback, 421 pages ISBN: 9780195774627, For sale in South Asia only Price: Rs.495.00 Publisher oup

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Jinnah of Pakistan


Stanley Wolpert
Paperback, 421 pages
ISBN: 9780195774627, For sale in South Asia only
Price: Rs.495.00
Publisher oup
Description
Mohammad Ali Jinnah was the inspirational father and first head of the state of Pakistan. Wolpert shows how Jinnah’s shrewd and skilful leadership combined brilliant advocacy and singular tenacity to win his suit for the creation of Pakistan on behalf of the ‘Muslim nation’—his sole client during the last, lonely, pain-filled decade of his lif

Pakistan: Political Roots and Development, 1947–1999 Safdar Mahmood Paperback , 450 Pages, ISBN: 9780195798067 Price: Rs.450.00Publisher oup

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Pakistan: Political Roots and Development, 1947–1999

Safdar Mahmood
Paperback , 450 Pages,
ISBN: 9780195798067
Price: Rs.450.00

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Crossed Swords Shuja Nawaz Price: Rs.595.00 Publisher oup

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Crossed Swords

Shuja Nawaz
Paperback, 690 pages, May 2008
ISBN: 9780195476972
Price: Rs.595.00
Publisher oup

The Oxford Companion to Pakistani History Edited by Ayesha Jalal Feb 2012 ISBN: 9780195475784 Price: Rs.1,500.00

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The Oxford Companion to Pakistani History


Edited by Ayesha Jalal
Hardback, 1200 pages, Feb 2012
ISBN: 9780195475784
Price: Rs.1,500.00
Publisher oup

How Pakistan Negotiates with the United States: ByTeresita C. Schaffer and Howard B. Schaffer

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How Pakistan Negotiates with the United States:

Riding the Roller Coaster (Cross-Cultural Negotiation Books) [Paperback]
By: Teresita C. Schaffer and Howard B. Schaffer

Price Pak Rs
Paperback: 210 pages
Publisher: United States Institute of Peace (April 1, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1601270755
ISBN-13: 978-1601270757
Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.4 inches

How Pakistan Negotiates with the United States analyzes the themes, techniques, and styles that have characterized Pakistani negotiations with American civilian and military officials since Pakistan’s independence.

Pakistan’s view of the world begins with the 1947 partition of India that created it, and the subsequent insecurity. (Pakistan is one-seventh the size of India.) Kashmir, ruled by India despite a Muslim majority, is an ongoing source of potential conflict between the two. India’s support for the breaking away of East Pakistan in 1971 is another ongoing sore point with Pakistanis.

Pakistan – U.S. relations over the past 60 years have been marked by highs and lows, with three marriages and two divorces. The first divorce came in 1965 during the Pakistan – India war when Pakistan used U.S. provided weapons which Washington had warned them against using vs. India. Pakstan’s nuclear program caused the second divorce, leading to the cut-off of assistance in the 1990s. Both instances involved Pakistan’s refusal to accept U.S. conditions, and have led Pakistan to see the U.S. as an unfaithful ally – especially in comparison with China.

Pakistanis have also come to see the U.S. becoming more aligned with India as a means of counterbalancing China. Thus, Pakistan is not looking towards China, oil-rich Arab nations and other Muslim countries for backing.

Pakistan sees the U.S. as a counterweight to India and its neighbors, and the U.S. tries to use Pakistan to gain influence in the region. More recently, the U.S. has attempted to partner with Pakistan based on the premises that our and their goals in Pakistan are the same, and that both nations need the other. Authors Schaffer contend that this is only half true. Both nations would like to see a peaceful Afghanistan, but U.S. concerns over al Qaeda in Afghanistan are of much less concern to Pakistan than preventing India from having significant influence there. (India’s consulates in Jalalabad and Kandahar don’t help.) Working against the U.S. is Pakistan’s belief that U.S. presence will soon be gone.

Consistent with Pakistan’s lower priority for ridding the area of al Qaeda are U.S. suspicions that the Pakistani government knew of Osama’s location in Abbottabad; the raid also angered and embarrassed the Pakistan army. The U.S. decision to withhold $800 million of military aid from Pakistan, as well as our drone raids that have killed Pakistani soldiers and civilians have strained relations to the point that Pakistan has now closed U.S. access to Afghanistan through the Khyber Pass.

Pakistan has more than 100 nuclear weapons, is building more rapidly than any other nation, and has a population larger than Russia. Pakistan’s military, the dominant ruling force, sees militant groups as actual or potential assets – thus, it will continue to provide sanctuary for ‘friendly’ militant groups.

Bottom-Line” The U.S. has tried to buy Pakistani cooperation with $20 billion in aid since 9/11. Adding criticism to that aid hasn’t helped. Pakistan knows the U.S. fears Pakistan’s collapse, or halting its aid vs. Afghanistan. Only 17% of Pakistanis had a favorable view of the U.S. in 2010, and 63% disapproved of the 2011 raid that killed bin Laden. Given our moving closer to India, and that being Pakistani’s #1 concern, the situation is not likely to improve in the near term.

Pakistan: A Hard Country by Anatol Lieven Price Pak Rs

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Pakistan: A Hard Country

by Anatol Lieven (Mar 6, 2012)
Product Details

Paperback: 608 pages
Publisher: PublicAffairs; Reprint edition (March 6, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1610391454
ISBN-13: 978-1610391450
Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.1 x 1.8 inches
Price Pak Rs

Book Description
Publication Date: March 6, 2012
In the past decade Pakistan has become a country of immense importance to its region, the United States, and the world. With almost 200 million people, a 500,000-man army, nuclear weapons, and a large diaspora in Britain and North America, Pakistan is central to the hopes of jihadis and the fears of their enemies. Yet the greatest short-term threat to Pakistan is not Islamist insurgency as such, but the actions of the United States, and the greatest longterm threat is ecological change.

Anatol Lieven’s book is a magisterial investigation of this highly complex and often poorly understood country. Engagingly written, combining history and profound analysis with reportage from Lieven’s extensive travels as a journalist and academic, Pakistan: A Hard Country is both utterly compelling and deeply revealing.

Jinnah: India, Partition, Independence [Hardcover] Jaswant Singh Price Pak Rs

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Jinnah: India, Partition, Independence [Hardcover]

Jaswant Singh

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Pakistan: A Personal History By Imran Khan

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Pakistan: A Personal History

By Imran Khan
Pak Rs 995.00

Imran Khan Niazi (Urdu: عمران خان نیازی; born 25 November 1952) is a Pakistani politician and former cricketer, playing international cricket for two decades in the late twentieth century. After retiring, he entered politics. Currently, besides his political activism, Khan is also a philanthropist, cricket commentator, Chancellor of the University of Bradford and Founder and Chairman Board of Governors of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Centre. Arguably Pakistan’s most successful cricket captain, Khan played for the Pakistani cricket team from 1971 to 1992 and served as its captain intermittently throughout 1982–1992. After retiring from cricket at the end of the 1987 World Cup, he was called back to join the team in 1988. At 39, Khan led his teammates to Pakistan’s first and only World Cup victory in 1992.

The Future of Pakistan By Stephen P Cohen Retail price: Rs. 1,595.00

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The Future of Pakistan

By Stephen P Cohen
Published Date: 29/02/2012
Format: HardBack
ISBN: 9780198079774
Publisher: Oxford University
No of Pages: 325
Retail price: Rs. 1,595.00

With each passing day, Pakistan becomes an even more crucial player in world affairs.
Home of the world s second largest Muslim population, epicenter of the global jihad, location of perhaps the planet s most dangerous borderlands, and armed with nuclear weapons, this South Asian nation will go a long way toward determining what the world looks like ten years from now. The Future of Pakistan presents and evaluates several scenarios for how the country will develop, evolve, and act in the near future, as well as the geopolitical implications of each. Led by renowned South Asia expert Stephen P. Cohen, a team of authoritative contributors looks at several pieces of the Pakistan puzzle.

The book begins with Cohen s broad yet detailed overview of Pakistan, placing it within the context of current-day geopolitics and international economics. Cohen s piece is then followed by a number of shorter, more tightly focused essays addressing more specific issues of concern. Cohen s fellow contributors hail from America, Europe, India, and Pakistan itself, giving the book a uniquely international and comparative perspective. They address critical factors such as the role and impact of radical groups and militants, developments in specific key regions such as Punjab and the rugged frontier with Afghanistan, and the influence of and interactions with India, Pakistan s archrival since birth.

The book also breaks down relations with other international powers such as China and the United States. The all important military and internal security apparatus come under scrutiny, as do rapidly morphing social and gender issues. Political and party developments are examined along with the often amorphous division of power between Islamabad and the nation s regions and local powers. Uncertainty about Pakistan s trajectory persists. The Future of Pakistan helps us understand the current circumstances, the relevant actors and their motivation, the critical issues at hand, the different outcomes they might produce, and what it all means for Pakistanis, Indians, the United States, and the entire world.