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Sure you can. Amubarak, a member of this forum and CTP 37, scored 65 marks in Pakistan Affairs. She prepared the subject from Ikram Rabbani's book only. Now if one can score such high marks in PA then surely one can score hell in Indo-Pak paper 2 which is relatively much easier.

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yes i agree i m using the same boook.

however u can cnslt past papers or sm objective book for objective portion....Ikram Rabbanis' book woth appreciation....He has covered every expected topic by touching it from depth n specially the refeences he has mentioned r great to work on....
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Sure you can. Amubarak, a member of this forum and CTP 37, scored 65 marks in Pakistan Affairs. She prepared the subject from Ikram Rabbani's book only. Now if one can score such high marks in PA then surely one can score hell in Indo-Pak paper 2 which is relatively much easier.

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As far as I remember she studied also the Jahangir's Exam Cram book for Pak Affairs.
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Book of Sohail Bhatti is also quite comprehensive. Will that suffice?
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plz any member can tell me that from i should start for preparation of css. i have no idea and direction.
plz i will b very thnkful to u.plz help me that how can i manage all this. i opted journalism, pak india history , international relations and punjabi.and if i should change my combination.plz guide me.
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plz any member can tell me that from i should start for preparation of css. i have no idea and direction.
plz i will b very thnkful to u.plz help me that how can i manage all this. i opted journalism, pak india history , international relations and punjabi.and if i should change my combination.plz guide me.
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no need to worry ibrahim you have indopak histroy so it will solve your problem in apk affairs.

first of all start with the basic like mughals downfall,then saints their contributions, then come the most important topic of pak.affr. aligarh movement. plz try to learn every aspect of this movement.its very importnat.

journalism is very easy just go through the syllabus and then relate the topics with todays medias problems. it will help you alot.

IR hmmmm.. when you will prepare current affairs your this subject will automatically prepared. you have to work hard on this subject bcoz international politics have changed its diamention now.i hope you understand

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Cabinet Mission plan of 1945 resolved all the long standing political issues of both the parties and represented a classic example of federation. Evaluate critically.



Victory of Britishers in 1857 represented that a minor trading company could take over a vast land rather a sub-continent fought with internal strife, political instability and deteriorated government writ. Explain.



Partition of Bengal 1905 was a set back to Bristish rule in sub-continent. Examine the partition in detail. ansssssssss plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzblinkblinkb link
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Cabinet Mission plan of 1945 resolved all the long standing political issues of both the parties and represented a classic example of federation. Evaluate critically.



Victory of Britishers in 1857 represented that a minor trading company could take over a vast land rather a sub-continent fought with internal strife, political instability and deteriorated government writ. Explain.



Partition of Bengal 1905 was a set back to Bristish rule in sub-continent. Examine the partition in detail. ansssssssss plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzblinkblinkb link
First question is unintelligible. In simple words, first question is not stated clearly. As far as second question is concerned, partition of Bengal was an official decision by the British government. I don't see how it was a setback to their rule EXCEPT for the indirect damage it did to them. Indirect damage includes stern opposition by Hindus to the decision and Swadeshi movement started by Hindus. AND it could be considered a setback for them because it benefited Muslims, their worse enemies.

I am open to any additional information that I missed.
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