• crime report
    Sequence 1. Intro 2. Aim 3. Brief history 4. Causes of street crimes 5. Statistical data 6. Nature of street crime 7. Role of rangers 8. concl Introduction With each passing day the crisis in Pakistan are increasing. The people of Pakistan now seem to be fed up of dealing with one problem...
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  • street crime
    Street crimes have unfortunately become a regular feature of all big cities of Pakistan especially Karachi. Armed robbery, assault and mugging have become a common feature of metropolitan life in Pakistan. These criminals come well armed and well prepared to commit the crimes by overpowering their victims...
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  • Transport of Karachi
    Karachi is the economic and financial hub of Pakistan generating approximately 53.38% of the total national revenues. Approximately 75% of the population falls in category of poor or low income groups while the rest constitute middle or high income groups. Urban transportation system of Karachi has...
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  • Street Crime
    Street crimes are commonplace in Pakistan. Almost everyone has a story to tell about having a purse or a wallet stolen; everyday street crimes appear in the news headlines. They usually only occur in the big cities, where there are homeless street-people. An analysis of the official data compiled by...
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  • The Conjurer Made Off with the Dish
    you compare the life of the poor Egyptian boy in ‘The Conjurer Made off with the Dish’ with that of a poor boy living in a metropolitan city like Karachi? “The day was passing and soon mysterious darkness would descend”. This is how Naguib Mahfouz’s story ends. A short story filled with a lifetime...
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  • Katrak Parsi Colony Karachi; a Consensual Home for Most of the Parsi Community in the City or a Consequence of National Forces at Work?
    Zehra Dada 14020111 Divided Cities Final Project 18th May 2013 Katrak Parsi Colony Karachi; a consensual home for most of the Parsi community in the city or a consequence of national forces at work? Tucked away between possibly the two busiest areas of the city, exuding an air of calm and old worldly...
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  • From Euphoria to Tragedy
    through an IED bomb in a busy shopping center frequented by this community in Haidary, Karachi. At this critical juncture in the history of Karachi, where target killings, extortion racket, high incidence of street crime and burglaries, kidnappings, strikes and rallies are vitiating the peace and security...
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  • Daneil; Perl Murder
    murder and concluded that the veins in Mohammed’s arms matched the veins of the killer in the video. There were four men who were convicted of this crime 9 years ago. One of those men was a British national by the name of Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheik. They were all found guilt even though they were not present...
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  • Pakistan Architecture
    populous city Karachi. The project is dubbed Diamond Bar. Birds view of Miami’s South Beach and Bundul and Buddu Island (http://thomaskramer.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Newspaper-Karachi-Master-6.jpg) Before coming to Toronto to do my undergraduate studies, I have lived in Karachi all my life...
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  • Fear
    I fear dying this way.. The metropolitan city Karachi has descended into a state of fear. The unstoppable violence, crimes, robberies, target killings, suicide bomb blasts, kidnapping for ransom, riots, sectarian and ethnic killings, and abhorrent terrorism have made the city of lights, the capital...
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  • Letters and Some Important Essays
    Dear Editor: Through your papers I want to draw the attention of concerned authorities towards the worst condition of roads in Karachi. Almost all roads in Karachi are destroyed. This situation of roads is very dangerous for drivers. By this condition of roads loss of expensive vehicles and many...
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  • Cosa Nostra in Karachi
    Cosa Nostra in Karachi Majyd Aziz “This is a moment of choice for everybody, for politicians, and for people right the way down through every part of the community.” Peter Hain (British MP from Wales) Although Hain was talking about the situation in Ireland, the fact of the matter is that...
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  • Marketing
    5% central exercise duty and 5% provincial tax levied on July 1996. REF: Pakistan tax web 2-Crime: Like other metropolitan cities of Pakistan, Lahore also faced crime. But as compared to Karachi, situation in Lahore is relatively stable. Government has also taken measures by prohibiting late...
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  • Largest Sty in the World
    Largest Sty in the world Majyd Aziz The largest sty in the world is ironically in Pakistan. In fact in Karachi, known as SITE Karachi. It is an industrial estate with 3000 plus industries, shops and warehouses and managed by a quasi-government organization called SITE Ltd while the “tenants” are represented...
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  • Effect of Terrorism on Changing Paradigm of Security in Karachi
    Effect of Extremism on Changing Paradigm of Security in Karachi HIBA FATIMA AHMED INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CITY CAMPUS hahmed_6291@yahoo.com January 21, 2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM 4 QUESTION RAISED 5 KEYWORDS 5 RESEARCH DESIGN 6 METHODOLOGY 6 LITERATURE...
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  • Street Crime in Pakistan. and to Curb It
    ------------------------------------------------- Street crime Street crime is a loose term for criminal offences taking place in public places. It has moved to occupy the place once held by mugging. According to London's Metropolitan Police Force, street crime is: Robbery, often called 'mugging', and also...
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  • Terrorism
    returns The short lull in killings in Karachi is over. Targeted killings seem to be back with a vengeance, with 13 people killed over two days. The nine deaths on Monday suggested the violence might be accelerating. This is not a comforting thought given that Karachi has suffered intense unrest for months...
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  • Karachi Urban Freeway Signal Free Corridor and Its Effects
    most rapidly growing cities in the world, Karachi faces challenges that are central to many developing metropolises, including traffic congestion, pollution, poverty and street crime. It has the 9th most dense traffic in the world. The Karachi mayhem Karachi is Pakistan’s biggest city and it is growing...
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  • Italo Calvino's Invisible Cities, create your own city.
    electricity spread throughout the corners of the streets. People stopped working between the day hours. The nights stopped being the being the resting moments. People became more aggressive and the means of acquiring daily bread became crude and inhumane. Streets are filled with the young women posing for...
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  • Citizens of Karachi
    BLOODSHED EVERY WHERE, BLOOD IS ALL AROUND IS THE BLOOD INVISIBLE? WHY AREN’T WE REACTING? Citizens of Karachi are witnessing probably the worst of the times this city has ever gone through. Despite the horrible circumstances prevailing in the city, it is difficult...
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