Advantages And Disadvantages And Weakness Of India

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DANGEROUSLY DELAPIDATED OR NEGLECTED BRIDGES Some may find it a shameful irony to think that a country like Pakistan, which has produced personalities of exceptional calibers like Mohammad Ali Jinnah (1876-1948) (lawyer, politician, and the founder of Pakistan), Sir Muhammad Iqbal (1877-1938) (the great poet, writer, and philosopher of Pakistan), Dr. Abdus Salam (1926-1996)(a superb scientist and the first Pakistani to have received the prestigious Nobel Prize in theoretical physics), a country that knows how to deal with nuclear technology, cannot manage to restore or rehabilitate dangerously deteriorated bridges. Why are we so humiliatingly unfortunate to realize that a country like ours which owns outstanding individuals like Mr. Abdul Sattar Edhi (1928- ) (the founder of the EDHI foundation, a non-profit social welfare organization in Pakistan, who has received many International awards for his dedication and commitment to his charity work), Mr. Imran Khan (1952- ) (former captain of the cricket team who led his team to win the Cricket World Cup in 1992, politician, and founder of the first cancer hospital in Pakistan), and quite recently miss Malala Yousafzai (1997- )(a seventeen year old female activist advocating for the right of education for all girls and women of Pakistan and perhaps the youngest person ever to have received the Nobel Prize for Peace), a country that knows how to build a reliable and massive infrastructure for Metro buses, cannot sufficiently
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