• Behind the Headlines
    capital foster or deter terrorism Geography’s role in disaster research and understanding Human impacts of natural disasters Relationship between environmental processes and human responses to them Improve rescue, relief and recovery with GIS Need to study vulnerability and community resilience in...
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  • Pia (Pakistan International Airline)
    ) started deteriorating in early 70s, the Pakistan Army once again used PIA's services to airlift soldiers and ammunition to East Pakistan.Most flights had to detour to Sri Lanka during trips between West Pakistan and East Pakistan. However, couple of PIA's cargo planes were shot down by the fighter jets...
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  • Economy 2011
    without shelter. He said that National Disaster Management Authority should provide blankets to the victim families on emergency basis in this winter season. (APP)  Geo Pakistan | | | Protests against gas tariff hike, ban | Updated 1 Jan 2012 | |   | | | | | MULTAN...
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  • social sciences
    . With regard to India, it is likely that Sri Lanka will adopt a sector-wise approach as an alternative to CEPA. Role of External Players China and Pakistan emerged as major suppliers of weapons to the Sri Lankan Army to fight the LTTE. Due to opposition from Tamil Nadu, India 208...
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  • Terrorism
    nuclear weapons. Under the cover of nuclear deterrence, Pakistan has sought to coerce India into negotiation on the disputed state of Jammu & Kashmir by encouraging terrorist groups engaged in “jihad” there (Siddiqa-Agha, 2001: 178-183). This has enhanced the role of terrorists in the region...
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  • Unemployment Problem in Bangladesh
    is the result of macroeconomic stability, low population growth, increase in women’s empowerment, reduction in aid dependence, food self-sufficiency, effective disaster management capacity, promoting non-governmental organizations (NGOs), free and fair parliamentary elections, a vibrant, pluralist...
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  • The War in Afghanistan
    U.S. Army to a different contractor DynCorp International and the European paramilitary police units called gendarmerie forces. This has led to failure in establishing a reliable Afghan police which in turn threatens our main goals in Afghanistan. Though we find that there exist a vast cultural...
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  • Performanemce Appraisal Sysyt
    Initial Problems Face by the Pakistan Name: ID #: Subject: Department: Shakeel Akhter 071020-142 Pak Studies BS Textile UNIVERSITY OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY Initial Problems Face by the Pakistan Introduction:Pakistan came into being on 14th August 1947.Pakistan being a new state in...
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  • Edhi Project Report
    -quake disaster in 1988. National Awards * Nishan-e-Imtiaz "from Government of Pakistan 1989. * Human Rights Award " by Pakistan Human Rights Society. * Khidmat Award " by Pakistan Academy of Medical Sciences. * Shield of Honour " by Pakistan Army (E & C). * Silver Jubilee Shield...
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  • Editorials from August to December 2012
    against future needs and a coordinated rescue strategy. Instead, what we are witnessing, as usual, is different agencies — including the army, national and provincial-level disaster management cells, etc — doing w hat they can but generally appearing as though they‘ve been caught napping. For...
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  • Pak Usa Relations
    in broad daylight, the sneak night commando raid against OBL in Abbottabad, and the recent attack on Salalah post killing 24 soldiers show complete distrust of Pak Army and blatantly violating Pakistan’s sovereignty. As a reprisal, Pakistan blocked all supplies of Nato. It also closed down the...
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  • Disaster Management in Pakistan
    calamity of disasters. A realistic approach, proper training to workers and public, localization of disaster management centers, public awareness programs and positive role of media must be ensured for the proper disaster management in Pakistan. Until now almost every disaster has hit...
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  • Climate Change & Current National Disaster Management Structuresof Pakistan
    “CLIMATE CHANGE & CURRENT NATIONAL DISASTER MANAGEMENT STRUCTURES OF PAKISTAN” By: Hira Habib AERC (Morn. 2010-11) Submitted to Ms. Samina Khalil (Environmental Economics course instructor) 24th Jan., 2012 THE WORLD REALIZED; CLIMATE CHANGE IS REAL Climate change is not a...
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  • Intenal Challenges Faced by Pakistan
    army and had a marginal role in Sindh administration compared to 37 Iftikhar H. Malik, State and Civil Society in Pakistan, St. Martin’s Press. Inc., 1997, p. 221. 38 Owen Bennett Jones, Pakistan, Yale University Press, 2002, p. 115. 39 Iftikhar H. Malik, State and Civil Society in Pakistan, St...
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  • Balochistan
    his party were to be regarded as a rebel group; no connection of any sort with the Prince and his party should be maintained, nor should they be given rations; further, if any member of the rebel group committed an offence, he would be punished. The Government of Pakistan moved the army to the...
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  • In the Line of Fire
    -Face with Terror PART ONE IN THE BEGINNING Chapter 1:Train to Pakistan Chapter 2: Settling in Karachi Chapter 3: Turkey: The Formative Years Chapter 4: Home Chapter 5: Leaving the Nest PART TWO LIFE IN THE ARMY Chapter 6: The Potter's Wheel Chapter 7: Into the Fire Chapter 8...
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  • Police Reforms in Pakistan
    d’être. Because of its organizational strength and experience in internal security, the Pakistan Army can play a role in helping the police force assume responsibility for internal security on its own. Accordingly, this chapter will discuss avenues for cooperation between the army and the police as a...
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  • Branchless Banking
    : Board of Directors: 24 4.2: SENIOR MANAGEMENT: 24 4.3: COMPLIANCE OFFICER: 25 4.4: INTERNAL AUDITORS: 25 CHAPTER 5: ROLE OF AGENTS IN BB 26 5: AGENTS IN BB SYSTEM: 26 5.1: TYPES OF AGENTS: 26 5.2: Role of Agents: 26 5.3: AGENT DUE DILIGENCE: 27 5.4: SERVICE LEGAL AGREEMENT: 28 5.5: THIRD...
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  • In the Line of Fire
    Terror PART ONE IN THE BEGINNING Chapter 1:Train to Pakistan Chapter 2: Settling in Karachi Chapter 3: Turkey: The Formative Years Chapter 4: Home Chapter 5: Leaving the Nest PART TWO LIFE IN THE ARMY Chapter 6: The Potter's Wheel Chapter 7: Into the Fire Chapter 8: Life in...
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  • Bakwaas
    relief activities. COAS appreciated the assiduous efforts of all field formations and Army Aviation in-particular. COAS stated that Army will continue to work round the clock and at full capacity to assist the civil administration and National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) in providing...
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