• Monsoon in Pakistan
    covered peaks with Plains, deserts and few mountain ranges in between. Climate of Pakistan observed over last 20 years is as under:- a. Winter (December – February). In winter temperature may drop to -25 degree Celsius in northern areas and is 3 to 5 degrees Celsius in costal city of Karachi. b. Spring...
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  • Geography of Pakistan
    of the Karakoram Range and of other mountains of the far north are so cold year round that they are only accessible by world-class climbers for a few weeks in May and June of each year. Pakistan has four seasons: a cool, dry winter marked by mild temperatures from December through February; a hot...
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  • Friendship Is a Wine of Life
    sparse in the northern mountains, the southern deserts, and the western plateaus, but the Indus River basin in Punjab and northern Sindh has fertile soil that enables Pakistan to feed its population under usual climatic conditions. The name Indus comes from the Sanskrit word sindhu, meaning ocean, from...
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  • Project
    modification of the Pepsi logo (with the word "Buffalo" in place of the Pepsi-Cola wordmark). The Bisons ceased operations in 1970 (making way for the Buffalo Sabres). Through the intervening decades, there have been many different Pepsi theme songs sung on television by a variety of artists, from Joanie...
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  • Snow Leopard
    typically considered prime habitat. The habitat, for want of a better word, is transcontinental, covering no less than twelve countries: Afghanistan, Bhutan, China, Tibet (Xizang), India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan (Feng et al...
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  • Climatic Trends in Faisalabad
    Faisalabad for 60 years revealed that the winter season has been shorting and warming, while the temperature of March is decreasing due to greater amount of rainfall. The winter temperature has 44 CLIMATIC TRENDS IN FAISALABAD (PAKISTAN) OVER THE LAST 60 YEARS / J. Agri. Soc. Sci., Vol. 2, No...
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  • Forex
    role Middle-order batsman Batting style Left-hand bat Bowling style Right-arm medium Fielding position Gully Mat | Inns | NO | Runs | HS | Ave | BF | SR | 100 | 50 | 4s | 6s | Ct | St | Tests | 77 | 134 | 15 | 6149 | 195 | 51.67 | 12275 | 50.09 | 19 | 29 | 679 | 39 | 79 | 0 | ODIs...
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  • Gas Crisis in Bangladesh
    you suffered the most a. Summer b. Winter c. Spring d. Rainy season 9. At what time gas supply is short in a day? a. At Morning b. At Mid day c. At Evening d. At Night. e. No specific time 10...
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  • Tourism
    follows. Let’s say a region attracts an additional 100 tourists, each spending $100 per day. That’s $10,000 in new spending per day in the area. If sustained over a 100 day season, the region would collect a million dollars in new sales. The million dollars in spending would be distributed to...
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  • Marketing Strategy
    other accessories. Starting from Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, their outlets spread to other cities. Chen One is a subsidiary of Chenab Group of industries. It has been in operation since its inception in 1997. The name Chen One is an integration of two words; Chen comes from Chenab, its parent...
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  • Essays
    and what are the key components/parts/elements of a descriptive essay. (05) ii. Take help from the Unit and write a well-knit descriptive essay on the following topic: (10) • The Spring Season. Q.7 The following sentences are in “Direct Speech’. Re-write them into “Indirect Speech...
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  • Intro of Sefam Pvt. Ltd.
    to create beautiful, desirable fabrics equal to the best in the world, yet made in Pakistan. Prior to Bareezé's entry into the market, amazingly, the concept of a locally made quality fashion product did not exist. All the best markets only sold and foreign fabric and foreign goods.   Opening...
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  • Assignment
    following questions related to descriptive essay. i. What is a descriptive essay and what are the key components/parts/elements of a descriptive essay. (05) ii. Take help from the Unit and write a well-knit descriptive essay on the following topic: (10)  The Spring Season. Q.7 The following...
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  • cng crisi
    from July to September, although parts of the Northwest Frontier and the Indus Basin experience a moderate winter rainy season as well. Highest temperature and rainfall ever recorded[edit] Main article: List of extreme weather records in Pakistan The weather extremes in Pakistan include high and...
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  • Sample *Do Not Open*
    complete with monsoons. More than 100 active volcanoes. Population: 231 Million and growing at 1.6% annually Language: Officially it’s Bahasa Indonesia or ‘Indonesian.’ It uses the Roman alphabet and a simple grammatical structure. Its words are based on about 9 other languages’ words. Religion...
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  • Effect of Climate Change on Agriculture
    . . . . . . . . . . . . Temperature trend over Pakistan 1971-2000 for the whole year extrapolated to ◦ C per 100 years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Temperature trend over Pakistan 1971-2000 for spring (MAM) extrapolated to ◦ C per 100 years...
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  • Dialects-Language-Variation
    PENALIZED AS DEFINED IN “AIOU PLAGIARISM POLICY”. 2. Course: Language Variation & Stylistics (5665) Level: MA TEFL Semester: Spring, 2012 Total Marks: 100 Pass Marks: 40 ASSIGNMENT No. 1 (Units 1–9) This assignment is based on the units, chapters, reading passages, and the supplementary...
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  • Load Shedding Crisis in Pakistan
    km Important Engineering– Dialpir canal, Islam Barrage, SulemankiBarrye Catchment Area – 65932 km Annual Average flow – 0.021 MAF 3.River Chenab: The River Chenab is also a major river in Pakistan. The word Chenab is the collection of the two words “Chen” means moon and “ab” means water. The...
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  • Water Crisis and Suggestion for Solutions
    has described the recent flooding in Pakistan as follows. “The worst monsoon-related floods in recent memory” are the words used by UN for the recent historical floods in Pakistan. The River Indus or also known as Sindh River, once gave life to the cradle of history’s earliest civilizations...
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  • Geography
    , 100 kilometers in length. l. Irshad pass. A high mountain pass that connects Gojal tehsil of Gilgit district in GB with Wakhan Corridor in Afghanistan. m. Khyber Pass. It links Peshawar in Pakistan with Jalalabad in Afghanistan, where it connects to a route leading to the Afghan...
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