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    Punjabi, Sindhi or Pathan? We are only Muslims.” 5. Need of division of India: While addressing at Aligarh he clarified the ideology of Pakistan in these words: “What was the motive of the demand for Pakistan and a separate electorate for Muslims? What was the cause of the division of India? Its...
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  • Gloabalization of Media
    ” nation whose future, particularly in the 21st century, will eventually become its history! Yet another feature that sets Pakistan apart from Israel to make Pakistan even more unique is in the nature of its name. The wordPakistan” is of extremely recent origin because it was innovated by Chaudhry Rehmat...
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  • Pakistan Steel Mill
    . Spread overran area of 18,600 acres (29 square miles) with 10,390 acres for the main plant, 8070 acres for the township and 200 acres for the water reservoir. Pakistan Steel specialize in the production of flat steel products including, billets, slabs, hot rolled coils, cold rolled coils, galvanized...
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  • energy crises
    shortage, natural crisis and oil crisis. In a report it is claimed that Pakistan has faced 1000 to 2000 MW shortage of power. And it will likely face 3000MW next year. Pakistan is facing 80 million tons of oil shortage according to its need. And is lacking behind the needs of natural gas at about 27...
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  • Nestle Consume Behavior
    by the government and other factors. There are many areas in Pakistan where we will not find pure water but the infiltrated water. That could harm your body and cause the major problem called Diaria. That is one of the harmful diseases which can also lead to death. To overcome this problem...
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  • Pakistani Floods
    The Pakistani Floods of 2010 by The British Geographer The Causes of the Flood Physical Causes From its headwaters in the Himalayas of Tibet, the River Indus flows northwest through India before turning sharply south across Pakistan. It finally discharges into the Arabian Sea, a journey of some...
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  • Who Guarding the Guards
    to develop (competing) nuclear weapon cancels heavy-water production plant contract 16 Nuclear Black Markets: Pakistan, A.Q. Khan and the rise of proliferation networks Pakistan’s nuclear programme and imports path because once a country has a civilian reactor, a chemical reprocessing...
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  • Wide Spread of Poverty Focusing on Food Shortage and Educational Problem”
    I. Wide Spread of Poverty Focusing on Food Shortage and Educational Problem” II. DEFINITION OF POVERTY  Poverty is the lack of basic human needs, such as clean water, nutrition, health care, education, clothing and shelter, because of the inability to afford them. This is also...
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  • The Exhibition of Growth Determinants of Pakistan
    . The flood of July-August 2010 was the super flood in terms of extent, intensity, duration and destruction in the history of Pakistan. On one hand Pakistan has a serious challenge of drought and water shortage and on the other hand the country has only two large dams and flood water storage...
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  • History of Mass Comm
    and down below where it discharges into the Arabian sea. Present water crises that have engulfed Pakistan and Sindh are not so much a result of general water shortage due to climatic changes as some would want us to believe. As a matter of fact, these crises are a result of an unbridled greed and...
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  • Flood
    WHAT IS FLOOD? A flood is an overflow or accumulation of an expanse of water that submerges land. Literally meaning of flood The word "flood" comes from the Old English, word “ flod”, WHY IT COMES? NATURAL CAUSES Flooding is caused in...
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  • energy crisis in pakistan
    ENERGY CRISIS IN PAKISTAN INTRODUCTION 1. An energy crisis is any great shortfall (or price rise) in the supply of energy resources to an economy. It usually refers to the shortage of oil and additionally to electricity or other natural resources. The crisis often has effects on the rest of...
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  • The Solutions of Energy Shortage in Pakistan
    Pakistan. On the other hand, Pakistan relies on the compressed natural gas (CNG) most and this is an important cause that leads the energy shortage crisis directly on Pakistan. Because the population is increasing so fast, no matter how much gas the government has purchased in, it’s still hard to...
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  • Pakistan Notes
    . 750 million but the Indian Government refused to give. Pakistan received only 200 million. Pakistan also did not receive the due share of the military assets. This dishonest attitude put Pakistan into great difficulties. 5. Canal Water Dispute Most of the rivers flowing in Pakistan have...
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  • Marketing Project
    . There are reports of a plan to grow tea locally in Pakistan on 4000 acres. This will be done in private sector. Semi Government sectors will also chip in by growing tea at 800 acres in NWFP, 200 acres in AJK and 50 acres in FATA. Pakistan relies almost exclusively on imports to satisfy its internal...
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  • war n teorism
    in Pakistan (118) 8 Dec 2009: five car bombings in Baghdad, Iraq (127) 10 May 2010: multiple bombings in Hilla, Basra, al-Suwayra, and other cities, Iraq (102) Jan 2012: multiple bombings in Kano, Nigeria (178) MODEL ESSAY: Terrorism refers to extortion, kidnapping and killing to attract wider...
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  • Notes
    advantage. According to report of Transparency International Pakistan (2010) Syed Adil Gilani, Chairman TI Pakistan said that Corruption is the root cause of poverty, illiteracy, terrorism, shortage of electricity, food etc and lack of governance in Pakistan, and that the credibility of Pakistan is...
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  • Student
    Purpose for formal and informal communication Length usually fewer than 500 words 2. Organisation of texts. a) Explain the following terms in italics: Shorter texts, e.g. essays, are normally organised: Introduction > Main Body > Conclusion Longer texts, e.g. dissertations and articles, may include...
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  • English
    . Range: 3 to 30 words or more Unity: “I like Tom, and the Eiffel Tower is in Paris.” (Incorrect, no unity) © Copyrights Virtual University of Pakistan 9 ENG001 - Elementary English Coherence: 1. Before: “Being an excellent lawyer, I’m sure you can help us.” After: As you are an excellent...
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  • Shamme's Doc
    An alarming glacier melt in the Himalayas is a growing cause for concern because of its impact on the economy, writes Abdul Waheed Bhutto THE South Asian nation’s economies are heavily dependent on the onset and retreat of monsoons and water supplies from glaciers and snowmelt. However...
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