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  • New Media
           New Media in Pakistan         Intro :  New Media in Pakistan   The Public & Digital Culture  New Info Tech & Development  Culture & Academic Locations  Film & TV  Computer Graphics & Post‐Houses  Broadcast, Alternative & Tactical Media  Pir
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  • Forensic Accounting in Pakistan
    Forensic Accounting Contents 1 Concept of Forensic Accounting 3 1.1 What is Forensic Accounting? 3 1.2 The Forensic Accountants 5 1.3 Methodology of Forensic Accounting 6 2 History of Forensic Accounting 7 3 Current Status of Forensic Accounting 9 4 Issues and Chal
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  • Role of Technology Parks in National Development
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  • Media Propaganda
    Media propaganda Propaganda is a form of communication that is aimed at influencing the attitude of a community toward some cause or position. As opposed to impartially providing information, propaganda, in its most basic sense, presents information primarily to influence an audience. Propagand
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  • Media Power Is the Only Power
    MEDIA REIGNS SUPREME  Contradicting, view inflicting, sharp vindicating that is you. Patronising, soul disguising, yet appetising that is you. Forming dusty, lusty dreams, ripping hope at the seams that is you. Complicated, aggravated, frustrated and hated that is you. Creating rebels, lovers,
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  • Influence of Media
    CONTENTS i. Abstract 02 ii. Introduction 03- 04 iii. Background 05- 06 iv. Hypothesis 07-08 v. Methodology 09 vi. Summary of Findings 10- 13 vii. Suggestion 14 viii. Conclusion 15 ix. Reference 16
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  • Role of Fmcg in Rural Sector
    Role of FMCG companies in the rural sector Abstract The Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) sector is a corner stone of the Indian economy. This sector touches every aspect of human life. The FMCG producers now realize that there is a lot of opportunity for them to enter into the rural market. T
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  • Journal of Media Practice
    Volume Nine Number One intellect Journals | Media & Culture 9.1 Media Practice ISSN 1468-2753 Journal of Journal of Media Practice Volume 9 Number 1 2008 The Journal of Media Practice is a peer-reviewed publication that addresses the field of practical work in media industries, ar
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  • Media Laws & Ethics
    Media Laws and Ethics – MCM 610 LAW VU LESSON 01 A law is basically a body of principles or rules which are the basis of a society and are abide by the society. No system in a society can exist without a law. Human life needs a proper rule of conduct or principle at every step. It is also
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  • Is Pakistani Media a Free Media ?
    Is Pakistani media entitled to be called a free media? Media, print or electronic, has played a very crucial role in determining the rights of people and unfurling the issues to the common man. Freedom of information is of prime concern to the UN charter, for it is the only way through which the ri
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  • Effect of Media on Creating National Identity
    Table of Contents ▪ Introduction……………………………….2 ▪ Literature review………………………….4 ▪ References………………………………….10 ▪ Hypothesis………………………………….11 ▪ Methodology……………â€
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  • The Impact of It on the Living Standard of People of Pakistan
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  • Democracy in Pakistan
    GOVERNANCE AND DEMOCRACY IN PAKISTAN: WEAKNESSES, STRENGTHS AND PROSPECTS Abstract Pakistan had no worthwhile civil society and hardly any middle class in 1947 due to rampant illiteracy and absence of an independent media. The masses were poor, the country was described an “economic desert” a
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  • Coca Cola Industry in Pakistan
    HISTORY OF COCA COLA Birth of Refreshing Idea The product that has given the world its best-known taste was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on May 8, 1886. Dr. John Stith Pemberton, a local pharmacist, produced the syrup for Coca-Cola®, and carried a jug of the new product down the str
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  • Unilever Pakistan Report
    INTRODUCTION What the UniLever Is? Unilever is dedicated to meeting the everyday needs of people everywhere. Around the world Unilever foods and home & personal care brands are chosen by many millions of individual consumers every day. Earning their trust, anticipating their aspirations and meetin
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  • Mass Media
    MASS MEDIA IN PAKISTAN (RAJA KAMRAN) MASS MEDIA IN PAKISTAN Topic: Mass Media in Pakistan Date: 06 August, 2008 By: Mr. Raja Kamran 1. We are living in the age of information explosion, where the world has shrunk into a global village. 2. The vi
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  • Media
    BACKGROUND & GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS India is the world's largest democracy. Its mass media culture, a system that has evolved over centuries, is comprised of a complex framework. Modernization has transformed this into a communications network that sustains the pulse of a democracy of about 1.1 bi
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  • Pakistan Steel Mill
    PROJECT REPORT “Analysis of Pakistan steel mill” Subject: Analysis of Pakistani Industries Class ID: 10127 Prepared By 1. Suraj Oad (4344) 2. Zeeshan Khan (4503) 3. M.Talha Atta-us-samad (4502) 4. Sumair hussain (4439) Submitted To:
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  • Proposed Budget of Pakistan for 2011-12
    Chapter 1 Budget 2010-11 summary The budget 2010-11 had the following main salient features: a) The total outlay of budget 2010-11 was Rs 2764 billion. This size was 12.3% higher than the size of budget estimates 2009-10. b) The resource availability during 2010-11 had been estimated at
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