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    "FLOODS IN PAKISTAN" The problem of floods in Pakistan is not new as it dates back to the year of independence 1947 when the first major flood hit Pakistan. Since then eight more floods of even greater magnitude have caused heaps of destruction in the country taking the lives of...
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  • Steel Industry of Pakistan
    Disasters OPINION POLLING IN PAKISTAN, Summary 2011 Section 1.9: DISASTER [ 181 ] Section 1.9 Disasters More Than One Third of All Pakistanis (37%) Claim to Be Affected By The Recent Flood; 14% Severely Affected According to a Gilani Research Foundation survey carried out by Gallup Pakistan...
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  • Climate Change & Current National Disaster Management Structuresof Pakistan
    population relocation, and for establishing emergency relief camps. Problems in Disaster Management System in Pakistan: Recent floods have exposed various shortfalls in existing National Disaster Management System. Despite the creation of disaster management platform at federal, provincial...
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  • Comparative Industry Analysis of Profitability & Growth:
    impress the general public perception. Hence the public confidence lies in the private sector education creating a demand for more schools. The recent floods have added to worsen the cause, infrastructure across a significant part of semi-urban and rural Pakistan has been affected as a result of the...
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  • Pakistan 2020
    , recovery from the 2010 floods in Pakistan, internal security, and the peace process with India. P Foreword | 7 Given ever-increasing concerns about Pakistan’s stability and its impact on the region and beyond, it is not surprising that there has been a flurry of studies on Pakistan in recent...
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  • Disaster Management
    drilling a deep hole into the mine. A month later, twenty nine mine workers in Newzeland died after remaining trapped for days in a mine. Poor disaster management cost precious lives. In Pakistan, too, Disaster management is not up to the mark. Be it the devastating earthquake, the catastrophic floods...
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  • Basic Overview of Sector
    controls nearly 18 per cent of market share. FLOODS: It is imperative to mention the effects of the recent floods on the tobacco industry and the resulting structure of the industry. Pakistan’s tobacco producers and government representatives are asserting that the...
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  • Pakistan Flood 2010
    One recent news story that has affected me the most was the flooding in Pakistan. It has affected me in two ways. First, it made me realize how tragic the situation can be after a natural disaster has taken place; specially, a flooding, which isn’t common where I live. Second, it gave me a wider...
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  • This Tahir Wants to Join U
    price inducement, the agriculture sector is likely to spearhead economic growth in the next fiscal year as well. The lower growth owing to recent floods necessitated downward adjustments in the estimates of some of major crops like rice, and cotton. The rice crop production unexpectedly went down to...
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  • Pakistan Floods 2010
    Banking Sector And Flood Disaster Rehabilitation The recent floods provide an opportunity for the banking industry to increase financial inclusion, diversify its products on sustainable basis and play its due role in rebuilding the national economy. The floods have caused widespread...
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  • Foreign Aid
    . Amazingly, the recent devastating floods offer, in Gods mysterious way, a window of opportunity for Tehreek-e-Insaf to go forward for the salvation of this nation. Indeed, There is sensea plan behind everything that happens! And my own life attests to itand so does Imran Khans! The writer is an...
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  • Economic Issues
    causes have been low levels of foreign investment, high inflation rate, domestic terrorism, unpredictable law & order situation and recent Worlds most devastating flood has brought the economic wheel of Pakistan to a halt. Closer economic analysis in Pakistan reveals that this has contrived to bar...
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  • Disaster Management Policies and Systems in Pakistan
    Mitigation and Management Disaster Management has been quite a recent phenomenon being discussed at State level in Pakistan. Except for environment, the existing Acts / Ordinances deal with emergency relief with a focus on floods. A brief description of relevant acts and ordinances is given below...
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  • Disaster Management in Pakistan
    affect hilly areas of KPK, Balochistan and tribal areas. Punjab is most vulnerable to floods from its rivers. Sindh is also affected by these floods particularly the katcha areas. The recent floods of 2010 were the worst in the history of Pakistan, which affected all the provinces simultaneously...
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  • Indian Current Event
    efforts for rebuilding will slowly begin as-well. “I have witnessed the extensive damage that the floods have caused. The people of Assam are facing one of the worst floods in recent times," Singh said in a prepared statement addressing the civilians of India. These cataclysmic floods within India...
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  • Pakistan Econ Debate
    Investment inflows in our country, the Prime Minister stressed. The foreign investment in Pakistan is fully protected under Foreign Private Investment and Protection Act 1976 and Protection of Economic Reforms Act 1992, the Prime Minister said. He said despite challenges in the recent past...
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  • Disaster Management
    set in the First Plan and tend to adopt identical strategies to achieve overall development objectives. 4.3. Fourth Five-Year Plan (1970-75): However, after ten years, the Fourth Five- Year Plan included flood control program for the then East Pakistan and improvement of environment in big...
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  • Bangladesh and Climate Change
    over half of the world’s deaths from tropical cyclones (“Bangladesh villagers still struggling”). The recent increase in intensity and frequency of natural disasters in this region can be directly linked to climate change. Bangladesh is ground zero for climate change. This populous, flat, and...
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  • Kejoop
    Nations anti-poverty summit, Chinese premier Wen Jiabao announced $200mn — in addition to the $47mn already pledged — in emergency flood aid for Pakistan. Jiabao’s announcement helped close the gap between US and Chinese support for Pakistan’s flood relief effort. The US has provided...
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  • Bakwaas
    with millions of people still lying under open skies. Another flood tide is roaring towards Guddu at Chachran Sharif with no tents supplied to the area as well as no potable water arranged in the area as yet. Diseases intensify risks in Pakistan flood crisis SUKKUR: Disease outbreaks pose...
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