• Building better pakistan
    Annual Report 2010 ENVIRONMENTAL ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 APPROVED BUILDING BETTER PAKISTAN Annual Report 2010 Contents Company Information ...........................................................2 Board of Directors.............................................................
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  • Pakistan is Better off Being Ruled by a Dictator than by a Democratically Elected Government
    MUHAMMAD HARIS WRITING AND COMMUNICATION Pakistan is Better off Being Ruled by a Dictator than by a Democratically Elected Government “Dictatorship or democracy?” it is a popular question, or rather a debate going all around this country especially in media talks. These two are the...
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  • It industry in pakistan
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PIM undertook the preparation of this report with the conviction that Information Technology truly holds the potential to act as an enabler of economic revival and growth especially for countries like Pakistan. We are also painfully aware that Pakistan has lagged dangerously be
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  • Pakistan business
    McDonalds first opened a store in Pakistan in September 1998. Since then they have opened seventeen new stores through Pakistan. Today millions of Pakistanis place their trust in McDonald's everyday to provide them with food of a very high standard as well as good service. In the past five years,
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  • Ecommerce and its impact in pakistan
    Summary The technology of today is vastly innovative and beneficial to those who know how to manipulate it. The Internet era is unfolding; anybody can now log on to their computers and take care of their financial business, online in the comfort of their own homes. This is called e-commerce, within
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  • Information technology in pakistan
    WHY is it that all government decisions are based on circumstances or happenings as they existed fourteen centuries ago? Could it be ignorance stemming from lack of education? The prime vital issue of the nation's education has from the birth of the country been the last on the lists of prioriti
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  • India and pakistan
    It was the independence of India from the British, and it's separation into two countries (one being India, the other Pakistan) that marked the beginning of what we today know as the world's oldest and most historical enemies. Many wars (including the Kashmir and Bangladesh wars) and peace treaties
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  • Exploring business opportunities between india and pakistan
    Introduction India and Pakistan used to be one nation governed by the British Empire until 15th August 1947, when they were divided into two different countries. From the day of independence the seeds of conflict were sown and these countries have since always been in a state of cold war for almo
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  • Gender biases pakistan
    Bias: A bias is a prejudice in a general or specific sense, usually in the sense for having a preference to one particular point of view or ideological perspective. However, one is generally only said to be biased if one's powers of judgment are influenced by the biases one holds,
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  • Povert in pakistan
    POVERTY AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION The fight against poverty represents the greatest challenge of our times. Considerable progress has nevertheless been made in different parts of the world in reducing poverty. The proportion of people living in extreme poverty on global level fell from 28 percen
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  • Pakistan
    The Problematic Pakis Due to its complex blend of people, cultures, and ideas the Middle East and North Africa are the most hotly contested regions in the world. From the beaches of Morocco to the snow capped mountains of the Himalayans, deadly problems surrounding religion, politics, and ma
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  • Milk & juice industry in pakistan
    STRATEGIC MARKETING ASSIGNMENT INDEX TABLES OF FIGURES 1. ACKNOWLEDGMENT I profoundly thank the Management Team of SIG Combibloc Obeikan and in particular the marketing department as well as the team of Knowledge Horizon for its most valuable support and precious help during m
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  • Poverty in pakistan
    Poverty in Pakistan Poverty is one of the major social problem Pakistan is facing. It is one of the most important and sensitive issue not only for our self but for the whole world. Poverty can cause other social problems like theft, bribe, corruption, adultery, lawlessness, injustice. To eradi
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  • Strategic marketing haleeb pakistan
    Strategic Marketing Plan For The "HALEEB FOODS (JUICES)" January 1, 2004 to December 31, 2006 Prepared by: HORIZON Date: 2nd October, 2006 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We at first bow my head before Allah Almighty who bestowed his countless blessings upon me, guided me towards the wa
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  • E-banking in pakistan: current scenario
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  • India pakistan apparel retailing operations roadmap
    Strategy Roadmap for Orange Overview This paper discusses the operational issues of a possible apparel retailing chain that operates in India and Pakistan and is looking to expand beyond. Operations Orange had a very successful Eid season in Bombay, but less so in Pakistan. There are several
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  • Street children in pakistan
    DEFINITION OF STREET CHILDREN WHO ARE STREET CHILDREN? Children (under 18 years) who spend most of their time on the streets. There are between 10 to 100 million street children worldwide, depending on the exact definition used. The target group is homeless and vulnerable street children inc
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  • Islamic banking and profitabiltiy in pakistan
    1. Introduction In the last two decades, Islamic banks have grown in size and number around the world. Islamic banks operate in over 60 countries, but in Iran, Pakistan and Sudan, the entire system has been converted to Islamic banking. In other countries, banking systems are dominated by secular/c
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  • Tea industry, pakistan
    Tea Industry of Pakistan Pakistan, a country of tee-totallers due to the Islamic ban on alcohol, is one of the highest per capita consumers of tea in South Asia. Local tea importers speculate that this is due to a limited choice of beverages. Pakistan is the third largest tea importer in the wor
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  • Greenwich university pakistan
    Greenwich University was established under an Act passed through Sindh Government and is properly recognized by the HEC (Higher Education Commission) as a degree-awarding institute. It was formerly a part of a world-known university chain of “Greenwich Universities” but later on it was broken up
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