Table of Contents: Journal JUL- DEC 2020 (NEW)


Structural Development of Hierarchical Education in the British Punjab (1849-1882), Muhammad Shafique, Fatima Ali

Pak-US Collaborations 2001 to 2008 and its Implications, Munawar Hussain, Amir Jan

Role of Cultural Spaces in the Recognition of Cultural Heritage, Hafsa Mustansar, Kiran Shahid Siddiqui

Glimpses of Court System of Salateen and Mughals in Pakistani Court System, Malik Muhammad Imran

Muslim League’s Agitation against the NWFP Congress Ministry of Dr. Khan Sahib 1937-1939, Kishwar Sultana, Riaz Ahmad

Valuing the Recreational Value of Deosai National Park through Travel Cost Method: (A Case Study of Gilgit Baltistan), Amanat Ali, Muhammad Aatizaz Hussain

Corporal Punishment in Schools: A Case Study of Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan, Rohi Meher, Inam Ullah Leghari

The Save Bhutto Movement (1977-1979) through the Prism of Reflections of Backfire Tactics, Muhammad Aslam, Muhammad Rumman Khan

Conceptualizing Partition of Subcontinent through Fiction: An Analysis of Ice-Candy Man, Amina Ghazanfar, Bahramand Shah

A New Beginning and the Parliamentary Democracy: A Study of the First Elected National Assembly of Pakistan, Rahat Zubair


The Role of Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar in the Pre and Post- Partition Eras: An Analysis, Altaf Ullah, Khalid Mahmood


Eighteenth Constitutional Amendment and Democratic Consolidation in Pakistan: Sub-systemic and Normative Institutionalisation, Muhammad Nadeem Mirza, Saba Fatima


Electoral Administration: Comparative Perspectives of Constitutional, Legislative and Judicial Approaches in India and Pakistan, Iftikhar Ahmad Tarar, Amjid Abbas Magsi


Historical Analysis of Pakistan and Afghanistan’s Claims over Durand Line, Quratulain Jafeer, Sadia Saeed



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Iftikhar H. Malik (U.K.)

Sikandar Hayat

Abdullah al-Ahsan (Malaysia)

Aftab Kazi

Isa Habibbeyli (Azerbaijan)

Munawwar Ali Khan

Akbar S. Ahmed (U.S.A.)

M. Khalid Masud

Atful Hye Shibli (Bangladesh)

Syed Qalb-i-Abid

Francis Robinson (U.K.)

Dushka H. Saiyid

M. Aslam Syed (Germany)

S.M. Zaman

Ian Talbot (U.K.)


Shamsur Rahman (Bangladesh)


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