Pakistan becomes a sovereign state on the map of the world in 14 august, 1947.The capital city of Pakistan is Islamabad. It is officially known as ISLAM PUBLIC OF PAKISTAN. Alongside this, Pakistan considered as a God gifted country to the Muslim community. In it, almost 97.5% people are belongs to the religion Islam and that is why its official religion is Islam. Pakistan is considered as a 6th most populated country of the world having almost 191.5 million populations. Pakistan ranked as 36th country in the world by area and it covers an area of 796095 km sq.
Furthermore, if we are talking about its demographic boundaries, it is one of those countries those are most important links with neighboring countries. It has strong problematic ties with India in the east, borders with Iran in the Southwest, Afghanistan in the West and China in Northeast.It has been always in the state of war with its rival India.
Since its birth, Pakistan faced too many serious problem i.e. overpopulation, poverty, terrorism, extremism leading to political and religious, corruption, illiteracy, internal as well external conflicts. Despite the fact, Pakistan handled these challenges with competency and leadership and develops its economy.
Short Essay On Pakistan My Beloved Country
Pakistan has a democratic rule in the country and President considered as a head of the state. But the main powers are remains in the hands of Prime Minister, who is head of the government. The National Assembly consists of the 342 members and the upper house which is also called The Senate consists of only 104 members.Similarly, Pakistan has four provinces and these are independent in their decisions. These are operated by the Chief Ministers; those are Chief Executives of the province.
Economically speaking, the country’s economy depends upon the Agriculture. In other words, if one says that the agriculture is the backbone of the country no one should deny that fact. The land of the nation is full of the natural resources. The governments are working full of their capabilities to utilize maximum production of these natural resources and utilize these in the betterment of the economy.
The military of the Pakistan is considered one of the best armies of the world. It consists of almost 1.2 million troops. These are highly trained and loyal to their professions. They are always ready to die for the sovereignty of the nation. In addition to this, they are skilled, highly professional and completely aware of the new trend and technologies of war. The intelligence of the organization is considered as one of the top spy agencies of the world.
In 1998, Pakistan successfully launched its nuclear project and become 7th nuclear power of the world. It faced sanctions from the western world to stop its program. But it is the power of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan that it became one of the leading nuclear power. Further, it is pioneer in nuclear technology among the Muslim countries.
The Pakistani culture is famous all around the world. It attracts tourists all around the world so they can enjoy the scenery and natural beauty. It is one of the ways to gain attractive benefits from the tourism industry.
To conclude, it is definitely true, that Pakistan is a God gifted piece of land. It has four natural seasons, full of resources and natural beauty. It is the duty of the government, to properly maintain and utilize the resources of the country. They should work for the betterment of the economy of the country.
“Rolf Ekeus came round to my apartment one day and showed me the name of the Iraqi diplomat who had visited the little West African country of Niger: a statelet famous only for its production of yellowcake uranium. The name was Wissam Zahawi. He was the brother of my louche gay part-Kurdish friend, the by-now late Mazen. He was also, or had been at the time of his trip to Niger, Saddam Hussein's ambassador to the Vatican. I expressed incomprehension. What was an envoy to the Holy See doing in Niger? Obviously he was not taking a vacation. Rolf then explained two things to me. The first was that Wissam Zahawi had, when Rolf was at the United Nations, been one of Saddam Hussein's chief envoys for discussions on nuclear matters (this at a time when the Iraqis had functioning reactors). The second was that, during the period of sanctions that followed the Kuwait war, no Western European country had full diplomatic relations with Baghdad. TheVatican was the sole exception, so it was sent a very senior Iraqi envoy to act as a listening post. And this man, a specialist in nuclear matters, had made a discreet side trip to Niger. This was to suggest exactly what most right-thinking people were convinced was not the case: namely that British intelligence was on to something when it said that Saddam had not ceased seeking nuclear materials in Africa.
I published a few columns on this, drawing at one point an angry email from Ambassador Zahawi that very satisfyingly blustered and bluffed on what he'd really been up to. I also received—this is what sometimes makes journalism worthwhile—a letter from a BBC correspondent named Gordon Correa who had been writing a book about A.Q. Khan. This was the Pakistani proprietor of the nuclear black market that had supplied fissile material to Libya, North Korea, very probably to Syria, and was open for business with any member of the 'rogue states' club. (Saddam's people, we already knew for sure, had been meeting North Korean missile salesmen in Damascus until just before the invasion, when Kim Jong Il's mercenary bargainers took fright and went home.) It turned out, said the highly interested Mr. Correa, that his man Khan had also been in Niger, and at about the same time that Zahawi had. The likelihood of the senior Iraqi diplomat in Europe and the senior Pakistani nuclear black-marketeer both choosing an off-season holiday in chic little uranium-rich Niger… well, you have to admit that it makes an affecting picture. But you must be ready to credit something as ridiculous as that if your touching belief is that Saddam Hussein was already 'contained,' and that Mr. Bush and Mr. Blair were acting on panic reports, fabricated in turn by self-interested provocateurs.”
― Christopher Hitchens, Hitch-22: A Memoir