It is one of the events of the state restoration program, which is aimed at promoting communality
, mobilizing people for joint activities, and strengthening local self-governance.
Speaking on the occasion, Mushahid Hussain Sayed said that Pakistan enjoys historic, unique, unprecedented and strategic relationship with China which despite ups and downs remained resilient due communality
of views on issues and mutuality of interests.
Its music reflects on questions about communality
and about new soundscapes evolving out of transcultural encounter in spaces of diversity.
If our communality
persists merely as a facade (like has become of our country) then we are no different from 'brains in a vat'.
Furthermore, the structural model test is conducted by looking at the value of communality
, which shows the correlation between indicators.
The Secretariat confirmed that the incident reflected the rise of Islamophobia in Europe, especially after the recent terrorist attacks which had raised concern for a potential backlash against Muslim communities, noting that the targeting of worshipers of any faith was an attack on the shared values of tolerance and communality
Rather, they represent belonging and communality
, such as membership of a nation or regiment.
So in the midst of adversity they created something most special - extended families, kinship networks, neighbourliness and communality
It is now more individualistic, less socialistic in a way, closer to the capitalist way of life but still retains its high level of communality
and of mutual responsibility between members.
The estimate of communality
for each variable measures the proportion of variance of that variable explained by all the other components jointly.
values, eigen values and factor mobility properties indicate that the concentrations of Fe, Cr influenced by surface water and ground water form a ferrochrome which occurred earlier than Ni, Co in settling ponds.