• Nestle
    of Development Organisations Swissaid • Catholic Lenten Fund Bread for all • Helvetas Caritas • Interchurch Aid Drinking Water Crisis in Pakistan and the Issue of Bottled Water The Case of Nestlé’s ‘Pure Life’ Nils Rosemann April 2005 ActionAid is a unique partnership of people who are fighting...
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  • Environmental Scanning
    Business --- Viewpoint Everyone in Pakistan well as many sitting thousands of miles away, the business community too is waiting to exhale. And so, all that’s visible in the run up to the precise moment – General Elections 2013 – are lots of breathlessly red faces. Generally, election year produces...
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  • Marketing Environment
    the fifth time in the country’s history that it exceeded 8 percent growth mark; Pakistan positioned itself as the second fastest growing economy after China in 2004-05; its per capita income crossed $ 700 mark; Pakistan achieved highest ever production of cotton (14.6 million bales) and wheat (21.1...
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  • FLOODS
     Disaster and Emergency, Disasters and Climate Change, Flood, Government Policies, India, Land, Lessons, M-20 CAMPAIGN, Rainfall, River,Vulnerability, Water, Weather 12 NDMA Drill Had Exposed Gaps in State’s Disaster Management Plan Uttarakhand government took no step to address shortcomings in three...
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  • Nestle Consume Behavior
    introducing new products that were required by consumers. Especially, the launch of Nestle Pure Life in Pakistan proves the accuracy of this fact. In Pakistan, there was a need for safe and healthy drinking water and Nestle responded to this consumer need by introducing Nestle Pure Life. HOW NESTLE DEFINE...
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  • Shamme's Doc
    competition law in order to ensure exchange of information among the regional states. Mr Dhall stressed for improving trade ties between India and Pakistan and said that the Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry had requested the Pakistani authorities to enhance cooperation in promoting bilateral trade...
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  • Economics
    the key economic functions – for whom, what, how to produce are principally determined by government directive. © Copyright Virtual University of Pakistan 1 Introduction to Economics –ECO401 INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS (CONTINUED………) VU Lesson 1.2 Optimum means producing the best possible...
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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 3,200km...
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  • energy crises
     “ENERGY CRISIS” CONTENT: INTRODUCTION: 2. Pakistan’s Energy Sector A: Energy Supply B: Energy Consumption C Sources of Energy in Pakistan 3 Non-renewable resources (Fossil fuels)       A: Petroleum products B: Natural Gas  C: Coal 4 Renewable Resources  a: Hydro power ...
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  • Essay
    Pakistan Studies Chapter # 1 IDEOLOGY OF PAKISTAN Q1. Write down the aims & objectives of the creation of Pakistan? Ans. Pakistan came into being on 14th August 1947. The Muslims of India had scarifies there wealth honour & life to make a Pakistan reality. Struggle...
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  • The Exhibition of Growth Determinants of Pakistan
    2, 101-115, 2011 ISSN: 1814-8085 THE SOUTH ASIATIC MONSOON AND FLOOD HAZARDS IN THE INDUS RIVER BASIN, PAKISTAN Shamshad Akhtar Department of Geography, University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan Abstract Flood is the most common of all environmental hazards. Each year floods claim over 20,000 lives...
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  • Gloabalization of Media
    PAKISTANI NATION-STATE “PAKISTAN: THE FIRST 11 YEARS 1947-1958” PART 1 “Pakistan: The first 11 years 1947-1958”Part-2 ROOTS OF CHAOS: TINY ACTS OR GIANT MIS-STEPS? “FROM NEW HOPES TO SHATTERED DREAMS: 1958-1971” “RENEWING PAKISTAN: 1971-2005” PART-I: 1971-1988 RENEWING PAKISTAN: PART II 1971-2005 (1988-2005)...
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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 referred...
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  • Pakistan Steel Mill
    PROJECT REPORT “Analysis of Pakistan steel mill” Subject: Analysis of Pakistani Industries Class ID: 10127 Prepared By 1. Suraj Oad (4344) 2. Zeeshan Khan (4503) 3. M.Talha Atta-us-samad (4502) 4. Sumair hussain (4439) Submitted To: Sir Riaz...
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  • The Solutions of Energy Shortage in Pakistan
    The Solutions of Energy Shortage in Pakistan Energy Shortage now is a global crisis for many countries in the world including Pakistan. Pakistan, one of the high rapid development developing countries now is in the worst energy crisis in its history (Kazmi, 2013). The high speed increasing of its...
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  • Academic.Writing.A.Practical.Guide.for.Students
    39 42 45 48 Reading and Note-Making Writing Stages Part 2: Elements of Writing Student introduction 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Cause and effect Cohesion Comparisons Definitions Discussion Examples Generalisations Numbers References and quotations Style Synonyms Visual information Flooding...
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  • disaster risk reduction
    Crisis situation may lead to a disaster if not managed appropriately. Hazard A dangerous phenomenon, substance, human activity or condition that may cause loss of life, injury or other health impacts, property damage, loss of livelihoods and services, social and economic disruption, or environmental damage...
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  • English
    Only a few students can write persuasive essays or competent business letters. As many as one out of four have serious writing difficulties. And students say they like writing less and less as they go through school. THINGS TO KNOW Writing is more than putting words on paper. It's a final stage in the complex...
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  • Political Shadows on Waters of Indus
    Questioning the Water Wars Rationale: A Case Study of the Indus Waters Treaty Author(s): Undala Z. Alam Reviewed work(s): Source: The Geographical Journal, Vol. 168, No. 4, Water Wars? Geographical Perspectives (Dec., 2002), pp. 341-353 Published by: Blackwell Publishing on behalf of The Royal Geographical...
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  • Application for Limit(Afl on Kapco)
    1.1 Activities 3.1.2 Shareholding Pattern 3.1.4 Compansy vision & Mission Statement 3.1.5 Plant Capacity 3.2 Market & Competitors 3.3 Buyers 3.3 a. Water and Power Development Authority 3.3 b. Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") 3.4 Resources / Suppliers 3.4 a. Oil Supply Agreement (“OSA”) 3.4 b. Gas Supply...
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