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  • Monsoon in Pakistan

    MONSOON IN PAKISTAN 1. Introduction. There are two main types of climates, hot and cold. In Pakistan we have both. Today we will see hot climate. Hot climate in Pakistan starts from the month of March and prevails till the month of September. In Rahwali hot climate is coupled with moisture and that...

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  • Geography of Pakistan

    ------------------------------------------------- Geography of Pakistan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Geography of Pakistan | | Continent | Asia | Region | Southwest Asia | Coordinates | 30°00'N 70°00'E | Area | Ranked 36th 880,940 km2 (340,130 sq mi) 97.13% land 2.87 % water...

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  • Project

    Pepsi-Cola in its later years; the team adopted the beverage's red, white and blue color scheme along with a 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...

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  • Climatic Trends in Faisalabad

    Climatic Trends in Faisalabad (Pakistan) Over the Last 60 Years (1945 - 2004) MUHAMMAD ASGHAR CHEEMA1, MUHAMMAD FAROOQ, RASHID AHMAD AND HASSAN MUNIR Agricultural Meteorology Cell, Department of Crop Physiology, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad–38040, Pakistan 1 Corresponding author’s e-mail:...

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  • Friendship Is a Wine of Life

    Pakistan geologically overlaps both with the South Asia and the Eurasian landplates. The provinces of Sind and Punjab are found in the northwestern corner of the Indian tectonic plate; Balochistan and most of the North West Frontier Province exist on the Eurasian Plate tectonic plate; the Iranian plateau...

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  • Essays

    WILL BE PENALIZED AS DEFINED IN “AIOU PLAGIARISM POLICY”. Course: Compulsory English–I (1423) Semester: Autumn, 2010 Level: BA/BS Total Marks: 100 Pass Marks: 40 ASSIGNMENT No. 1 (Units 1–4) Q.1 In Unit 1, you have learnt about the formation of Wh- questions. Suppose you are newspaper...

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  • Frozen Food Products Marketing and Distribution Challenges in a Developing Country

    Directed and Organised by www.theigc.org Frozen Food Products Marketing and Distribution Challenges in a Developing Country Case Study: Pakistan Author Shehla Riza Arifeen Associate Professor, Lahore School of Economics. Prepared for International Growth Center November 25, 2011...

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  • Kashmir

    236 sq kms including 78,114 sq kms under the illegal occupation of Pakistan and 42,685 sq kms under the China of which Pakistan illegally handed over 5,130 sq kms to china and the rest under India. 4. The Kashmir is bounded by Pakistan, Afghanistan and China from west to east, while by India in South...

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  • Tourism

    became modern, it becomes a fashion to get education there during the 16th century. Various people also traveled for health e.g. going to different spring for cure of various diseases like skin etc. In the earlier 17th century there become great revolution in the transportation system e.g. by the way...

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  • Marketing Strategy

     WEAKNESS: 27  OPPORTUNITIES: 28  THREATS: 29 BRAND PERCEPTION INDEX: 31 VISUAL: 31 Verbal: 33 Tagline: 34 Advertisement: 34 Word of mouth: 34 EXPERIANTIAL: 36 Store outlook: 36 Customer care: 36 Quality/ Durability: 36 Financial Review 38  Company performance—Gul...

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  • Assignment

    10.00 am. v. Asim (catch) _________ the bus. Q.4 In Unit 1, section C, you have read about guessing the meaning of words. Below are some sentences given, write the meanings of words given in bold according to the context. (10) i. The robbers were hiding in residential area and the people were scared...

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  • cng crisi

    and a brief cool season comes between December and February. In Lahore, Islamabad, and Peshawar a distinct winter season brings daytime temperatures of 60°F (16°C) or less, cold nights, and - in Islamabad and Peshawar - frequent morning frost does occur during the stark winter season. Altitude governs...

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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., 2012)...

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  • Effect of Climate Change on Agriculture

    Northwest Pakistan Presented by: Martin Kienzler Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg Faculty of Philosophy I Institute of Geography and Geology Physical Geography DIPLOMA THESIS Linking Climate Change with Food Security in the highlands of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Northwest Pakistan Presented...

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  • Dialects-Language-Variation

    BE 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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  • Sample *Do Not Open*

    Kabul, located on the Kabul River. Land and Climate: Four Major Rivers (Anu Dary, Kabul, Helmand, Hari Rud) Stately Facts: In the Middle East. Below Pakistan. Close to the Arabian Sea, the largest body of water close to Afghanistan. Population: About 27 million Languages: Approximately 32. Major languages...

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  • Comparative Study of Pakistan & Chinese Cultures

    2013 Comparative study of Pakistan and Chinese Cultures Muhammad Rashid (ID:2012420078) This report has compared the two cultures namely the Chinese and Pakistani culture by considering different parameters. The material and non-material aspects of culture are expressed and comparative study of...

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  • Water Crisis and Suggestion for Solutions

    INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT PESHAWAR 11th MID CAREER MANAGEMENT COURSE Individual Research Paper On WATER CRISIS vis-à-vis WATER RESOURCES IN PAKISTAN AND SUGGESTIONS FOR WORKABLE SOLUTION By LT(R) SHUJA NAVEED, Pak Navy FIA A paper submitted to the Faculty of the National Institute of Management...

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  • Forex

    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 | 185 | 157 | 44 | 5442...

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  • Climate

    concentrates the monsoon winds blowing up from the tropical seas. The real traffic across the mountainous frontiers comes by mule and camel, in seasons when the passes are open. In fact, within the mountainous zones, the terrain is too difficult and complex for human mobility and contact in many parts...

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