Pakistan Study Centre

University of Peshawar

Articles

Volume: 56, January-June 2020

CONTENTS

1. A Tale of  Two Leaders: Jinnah-Suhrawardy Relations During Freedom Movement 

Farooq Ahmad Dar


2. Tourism Revival Through Customer Relationship in Swat, Dir and Chitral Triangle 

Qadar Bakhsh Baloch

Sourath Maher

Syed Mohsin Ali Shah

 

3. Quaid-i-Azam and the Muslim Identity in South Asia

Ayaz

Sajid Mahmood Awan

 

4. Evaluation of Judicial Independence in Pakistan (2008-13)

Ghulam Zikria

Yasmin Roofi

 

5. Pakistan Research Journal: A Bibliometric Study (2005 – 2018)

Mohammad Hussain

Saddiqa

 

6. Bakht Jamal's Anti-Imperialist Struggle Against British Raj in the Company of Pakhtun Social Reformers 1914-1938

Majid Ali

Khan Faqir

 

7. Wifaq Ul Madaris Arabia: Performance, Procedure and Ties

Fakhar Bilal

Mujeeb Ahmad

 

8. Phonological Variations in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: A Study of Yousafzai and Afridi Dialects of Pashto 

 Akbar Ali

 Muhammad Ilyas

 

 

9. Understanding Gendered Dynamics in Pakhtun Society Through Life History and Works of Khushhaal Khan Khattak

Amna H. Mobeen

Hanif Khalil

 

10. Iskander Mirza: A Profile

Yunas Khan

Ashfaq Ali

 

11. Afghanistan Domestic Political Issues and its Impacts on Pakistan

Huma Qayum

Faima Munawar Cheema

 

12. A Study of Legal Aid Accessibility and English Language in Pakistan

Ayaz Ahmad

Sana Hussan

 

13. International Broadcasters’ Role in Formulation of Public Opinion on War Against Terrorism: A Case Study of VOA and BBC Severices for Afghanistan and Pakistan

Syed Inamur Rahman

Syed  Naeem Badshah

 

14. Turkey’s Humanitarian Actions in Afghanistan and Pakistan: A Policy Alternative for Conflict Resolutions

Usman Khan

Ertan Efegil

 

15. Quality of General Elections 2018: An appraisal in light of National and International Election Observers’ Reports

Farmanullah

Shahbaz Khan

 

16. تحریک پاکستان اور مولانا مودودیؒ : تحقیقی جائزہ

Fakhr-ul-Islam

leftThe University of Peshawar is a public sector university in the city of Peshawar, Pakistan. The university was established in October 1950 by Mr. Liaquat Ali Khan, the first Prime Minister of Pakistan as an offshoot of Islamia College Peshawar, which was founded in 1913.  read more

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