Current Affairs CSS Paper 1978

FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION 1978
FOR RECRUITMENT TO POSTS IN BS-17
UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE, PAPER II – Current Affairs
Time Allowed: 3 Hours Maximum Marks: 100

Note: Answer Five questions. Questions No.9 is however, compulsory. All questions can equal marks, Be brief and to the point.

  1. Trace the peace initiatives taken by President Sadat for the solution of the Middle East crisis since his visit to Jerusalem. “Sadat today, stands diplumatically defeated and isolated” comment on the above statement.

  2. Recent treaty of Peace and Friendship between on the above statement.

  3. India’s mad run for modern weapons in additions to her unclear technology poses threat to the peace in the region and is sure to stop the pendulum of Progress in the region as well. Discuss.

  4. Regional systems of security under the iramework of U.N.O have largely contributed to the consolidation of peace in the world. How far do you subscribe to the idea?

  5. The bloody overthrow of government in Afghanistan has brought the Communism at the doorsteps of South Asia to penetrate into the strategic Asian waters What will be the impact of such penetration on the world politics?

  6. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan gave birth to “Two Nations Theory” Allama lqbal nursed it, and Quaid-e-Azam wedded it to Pakistan. Examine in the light of Muslim movement for a homeland.

  7. The big powers purposely keep the Muslim world deprived of the nuclear technology even for the peaceful use. Can the exercise of their oil weapon be effective against these powers to acquire it?

  8. What are the main interest and objects of America in South Asia and what principles of policy have been adopted by her to safeguard these objects?

  9. Write short notes on any Five of the following:
    (a) Hafez al-Assad (b) European Common Market (c) Nuclear Non-Proliferation (d) Tito (e) Watergate Scandal (f) Lebanon crisis (g) Islamisation of laws and institutions in Pakistan (h) Allama Ayatullah Knomeini (i) International Monetary Fund