• Beyond Limits...!!!
    student film festival was organized by ANHAD (Act Now for Harmony and Democracy), a voluntary organization which was formed in the first week of March 2003 in response to the Gujarat carnage. ANHAD came to Kashmir immediately after the October 8, 2005 earth quake. It is conceived less as an organization...
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  • Shawariya World
    middle from west to east.[7] Bihar has notified forest area of 6,764.14 km2,[8] which is 7.2% of its geographical area. Hindi and Urdu are the official languages of the state, while the majority of the people speak Angika, Bhojpuri, Magadhi, Maithili and Bajjika. In 2000, Bihar was subdivided, the...
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  • Consumer Behaviour
    MALL SHOULD BE. INTERPRETATION 1.7% People were in favor to standarised building. 2. 8% People were in favor to earth quake proof building. 3. 75% People were in favor to standarised as...
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  • Earth Quake
    October 2005 when a order of magnitude 7.3 quake hit the region and killed 79k people and left millions more homeless. This is known as one of the worst natural phenomenon caused in Kashmir, a place known to be the heaven on the earth. 9.) Turkmenistan’s Earthquake in 1948  Having recorded a...
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  • Pakistan Earthquake 2005
    Name: Masooma Date: Jan. 21st, 2011 Code: ENG4U0 – J Teacher’s name: Eliopoulos, J. Topic: Pakistan Earthquake 2005 On October 8, 2005 the history of Pakistan turned a new page when a massive earthquake hit the northern part of the country. It was said to be the most powerful quake in the...
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  • School Safety Session for Flood Awareness
     History: Earth Quake 2005 and its impact on institutionalization 3. Concepts of Floods In this topic, following points covered:  Definition of Flood  Types of Floods  Causes of Floods 11 4. Flood Hazard In this topic, following points were covered:  Definition of Flood Hazard  Its...
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  • Education in Pakistan
    independent" noting that many of the first responders to the earth quakes of the fall of 2005 were attendants of traditionalist madrassahs, it may be that students at these madarsahs are normally taught selflessness and they learn means to resolve the problems of society. In the late Eighties, Pakistani...
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  • Geography of Pakistan
     occurred in October 2008. In January 1991 a severe earthquake destroyed entire villages in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, but far fewer people were killed in the quake than died in 1935. A major earthquake centred in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa's Kohistan District in 1965 also caused heavy damage...
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  • Geography Essay Earthquakes
    earthquake) of 2005 was a major earthquake whose epicenter was the Pakistan-administered disputed region of Kashmir. The earthquake occurred on October 8, 2005. It registered a minimum magnitude of 7.6 on the moment magnitude scale making it a major earthquake similar in intensity to the 1906 San...
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  • Earth Quake
    distance and can be used to image both sources of quakes and structures within the Earth. Also the depth of the hypocenter can be computed roughly. In solid rock P-waves travel at about 6 to 7 km per second; the velocity increases within the deep mantle to ~13 km/s. The velocity of S-waves ranges from 2...
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  • Earth Quark
     (Mag 6.7) took place on October 15 beneath the Big Island of Hawaii. I hope that by the end of this Earthquake module you will appreciate how odd it is that this relatively strong quake occurred in the middle of the Pacific tectonic plate. The largest quake in 2005 was a magnitude 8.7 quake off...
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  • Rafia Rafique
    France (Pakistan Mission). Conducted psychological assessment and counseling sessions for earth quake victims in Distt. Bagh, Azad Kashmir from April 19th -22nd April 2007 for Psychosocial Program, People in Need. Training in counseling assessment for community health workers and counselors of...
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  • Study Habit
     Masbate on February 15, 2003 at a depth of 22 km. The quake damaged major infrastructures in Masbate.[20] * A magnitude of 6.5 quake struck Samar on November 18, 2003. 1 person was reported dead. * A magnitude of 6.5 quake struck Mindoro on October 8, 2004. * A magnitude of 6.6 quake struck Moro...
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  • Tsunami
    Historically Significant Tsunamis Earth movement, especially under the sea, can cause tsunamis, or large sea waves. Tsunamis can travel at very high rates of speed across hundreds of kilometers of ocean. When a tsunami reaches coastal regions, the wave size increases as the wave travels up from...
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  • Impact of Musharraf Domestic Policys
    , 2004, General Musharraf hosted Karazi in Islamabad and, assured the Afghan president that Pakistan would not allow extremists to use its territory to disrupt coming October elections in Afghanistan. Again concern about cross-border infiltrations sharpened in the spring of 2005, with U.S. military...
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  • Lata Mangeskar
    . March 2, 2003. Retrieved 2007-08-13. ^ "Leave me alone, says Lata". The Times of India. March 5, 2003. Retrieved 2007-08-13. ^ "Lata Mangeshkar's jewellery collection raises quake relief funds". November 28, 2005. Retrieved 2007-08-13. ^ "Lata Mangeshkar launches new album 'Saadgi...
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  • Earthquakes
    distance and can be used to image both sources of quakes and structures within the Earth. Also the depth of the hypocenter can be computed roughly. In solid rock P-waves travel at about 6 to 7 km per second; the velocity increases within the deep mantle to ~13 km/s. The velocity of S-waves ranges...
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  • Natural Disaster
    representative collection of some of the 'big ones', organized in more or less inverse chronological order. 1. The October 8, 2005 magnitude 7.6 earthquake in Pakistan was not especially large, but the more than 40,000 victims has raised it to the level of a major catastrophe. Without doubt, however...
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  • The New Madrid Fault Zone
    seismographs were available, so in the 1800s, reports came from survivors. Witnesses reporting the ground moved like a wave indicating that the quakes ranged between 6.5 and 8. Comparing the Mercalli Scale, (invented in 1902 by Guiseppe Mercalli), based on observation to the Richter scale, (invented in...
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  • Wrdwe
    this quake was 4.0×1022 joules (4.0×1029 ergs),[25] the vast majority underground. This is over 360,000 times more than its ME, equivalent to 9,600 gigatons of TNT equivalent (550 million times that of Hiroshima) or about 370 years of energy use in the United States at 2005 levels of 1.08×1020 J. The...
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