"Water Crisis In Pakistan" Essays and Research Papers

  • Water Crisis In Pakistan

    WATER CRISIS IN PAKISTAN GENERAL 1. Pakistan has been blessed with abandoned water resources, with water flowing down from Himalayas and Karakorum, the world’s largest glaciers, a unique bounty of nature. As a result of this natural resource today we have the world’s largest irrigation system that irrigates over 16 million hectors of land, out of 34 million hectors of cultivable land available. 2. Basically there are two major sources of water i.e surface and ground water. In surface water...

    Deficit irrigation, Hydrology, Indus River 1126  Words | 4  Pages

  • Water crisis

    AM PAKISTAN faces a crisis that threatens the lives of millions of Pakistanis every year. It is also a crisis which in its resolution offers the potential for increased wealth, health and dignity for the whole country. This crisis is in our access to water and, in particular, sanitation. They are the most basic of daily human needs, human rights recognised in international conventions to which Pakistan is a signatory, yet still far from the reach of many ordinary Pakistanis. Pakistan is due...

    Deficit irrigation, Hydrology, Peak water 2112  Words | 7  Pages

  • water crisis

    Title : Water Crisis Introduction : - water always been a natural resource - 80 countries now facing water shortage , 2 billion people lack access to clean water. - global demand for fresh water will vastly outstrip reliable supply in many parts of world. - 97.5% of water is sea water , left 2.5 % of “ fresh water “ but inside include glacier , ice packs , soil moisture , atmosphere , groundwater . Factors driving to this situations : 1. Demographic pressure population growth rate...

    Drinking water, Hydrology, Irrigation 783  Words | 4  Pages

  • Water Crisis

    Chennai NATIONAL SCIENCE SEMINAR WATER CRISIS ON THE EARTH PROBLEMS AND REMEDIES Submitted by A. NAVEEN ANTO, Sri Jayendra Golden Jubilee School, Sankarnagar - 627 357, Tirunelveli, Tamilnadu. Date : August 27, 2008 CONTENT ♦ INTRODUCTION ♦ WHAT DO WE MEAN BY WATER CRISIS? ♦ WHAT CAUSES & TRIGGERS THE WATER CRISIS ♦ IMPACTS OF WATER CRISIS ♦ REMEDIES FOR WATER CRISIS ♦ CONCLUSION WATER CRISIS ON THE EARTH PROBLEMS AND REMEDIES INTRODUCTION Water the elixir of life feeds the planets...

    Hydrology, Irrigation, Water 1285  Words | 6  Pages

  • energy crisis in pakistan

    Energy Crisis in Pakistan -Introduction. Exhausting of Energy Resources of the world . Shortage of energy in Pakistan. Leading Factors. Govt. Initiatives to abate energy crisis-Kinds of Energy.Renewable*Wind*Sunlight.Non Renewable*Petroleum*Gas*Coal*Nuclear Energy-Energy Crisis in Pakistan.Electricity Short fall.Gas Load-shedding-Causes of Energy Crisis .Circular Debt.Inefficient Management .Governance Issue.Corruption .Stealing of Energy-Implication on Economy.Textile Industry .Cottage Industry...

    Energy development, Non-renewable resource, Nuclear power 1759  Words | 3  Pages

  • Power Crisis in Pakistan

    Solutions for Power Crisis in Pakistan Introduction Pakistan is in the grip of a serious energy crisis that is affecting all sectors of the economy and the various segments of the society. As the situation stands to-day, there are hardly any immediate solutions to resolve the issue. A change of attitude and a change of life style is needed at the national level which should be triggered by the ruling elite and followed by all segments of the society that have access to electricity. At best...

    Coal, Electricity generation, Energy development 1658  Words | 5  Pages

  • Food and water crisis in pakista

    18 March 2011 Pakistan’s Food and Water Crisis: ‘More Detrimental to Security than Extremism’ Sergei DeSilva-Ranasinghe FDI Senior Analyst Summary Over the coming years and decades, Pakistan will face the real prospect of serious food and water shortages if the challenges posed by climate change and the overexploitation of natural resources are not effectively and comprehensively managed. In this context, the manifold challenges that face Pakistan require not only a concerted strategy...

    Aquifer, Groundwater, Indus River 1133  Words | 4  Pages

  • Water Crisis

    discuss the water crises for south east Queensland, this is an issue which is related to the topic of environmental economics a Very important issue that is not only affecting the south east region of Australia but all of our country in some way. This seminar will also evaluate this water crisis using criteria to provide recommendations to the state government Key issues Water is our most precious natural resource. As well as supporting life itself and the health of the environment, water underpins...

    Brisbane, Deficit irrigation, Drought 750  Words | 3  Pages

  • Water Crisis

    there was a shortage of water. Although lakes, oceans, rivers, and bays are natural resources, they are not everlasting. This world would become dry and cracked. Trees wouldn’t be able to grow; therefor oxygen would become scarce and rare. Imagine this horrifying land where eventually, the world runs out of water. That is the world we live in today. The scary part is, not everyone knows about it. According to http://www.concernusa.org, a website dedicated to the current water crises, “A child dies...

    Drinking water, Human, Third World 916  Words | 3  Pages

  • Energy Crisis and Pakistan:

    demand of energy in Pakistan as a result of industrial development and population growth, as compared to increase in energy production. The number of energy consumers has increased to 12.5 million: household 46 per cent, industry 28 per cent, agriculture 12 per cent, bulk supply nine per cent and commercial five per cent. For faster economic growth, Pakistan need more generation. Supply of energy is, therefore, far less than actual demand, resultantly crisis has emerged. An energy crisis can be defined...

    Alternative energy, Electricity generation, Energy development 1979  Words | 6  Pages

  • Load Shedding Crisis in Pakistan

    Load Shedding Crisis in Pakistan Electricity is a basic need for sustaining human life. We cannot even imagine how our lives would have been if electricity was not discovered. Looking at it from an economic growth perspective of a country, the creation of energy is very essential. Pakistan however has been facing an acute shortage of electricity for many years now (since 2007). Electricity crisis and load shedding reaches to 10hours in Karachi. In commercial and residential areas of Karachi load...

    California electricity crisis, Electricity generation, Pakistan 1725  Words | 5  Pages

  • Energy Crisis in Pakistan

    Energy Crisis in Pakistan “What does ‘LOL’ stand for in Pakistan? ‘Lots-of-Loadshedding’.” [Introduction] Pakistan is energy-deficient. How can one imagine an active and prosperous human being short on blood? Life is hard without sufficient blood running up and down the veins, pumped by the heart round the clock. Pakistan has failed to contain its energy crisis; failing to increase supply proportionately and conserving demand. In 1980s, it met 86% of its demand; come 2000s, situation is getting...

    Alternative energy, Coal, Energy development 1569  Words | 5  Pages

  • Water Energy Crisis

    Water, energy crisis in Pakistan First of all, let us admit that all the problems listed in the title have two things in common: they are made-made; and they are interlinked. Starting on these premises, we proceed direct to the solutions through examples. In December, 2008, when I went to interview Shahbaz Sharif, I asked him to do one thing: invite Jeffrey Sachs, the famous Columbian University Professor who looks at poverty in the world not as a social evil, but clinically, treating it as a...

    Energy crisis, Energy development, Jeffrey Sachs 2598  Words | 6  Pages

  • Water Crisis and Water Management in Pakistan

    Water Crisis and Water Management in Pakistan 1- Introduction Water plays a vital role in a country's economy. Water has been critical to the making of human history. The earliest agricultural communities emerged where crops could be cultivated with dependable rainfall and perennial rivers. Simple irrigation canals permitted greater crop production and longer growing seasons in dry areas. Some of the problems faced by the world population are as below. • More than a billion people lack access...

    Agriculture, Irrigation, Water 638  Words | 2  Pages

  • Water Crisis in Pakistan

    EMERGING WATER CRISIS AND ITS IMPACT ON PAKISTAN Introduction 1. Water in general and fresh water in particular is essential for sustaining quality of life on earth. This commodity has a direct bearing on almost all sectors of economy. In Pakistan, its importance is more than ordinary due to the agrarian nature of the economy. Share of agriculture in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Pakistan, though reduced since 1970, is now estimated at about 24%. Agriculture is also the major user of water, yet...

    Aquifer, Deficit irrigation, Groundwater 2739  Words | 8  Pages

  • Water Crisis in Afghanistan

    Water Crisis in Afghanistan It makes up approximately 70 percent of the Earth that we inhabit. You may find yourself “up to the neck in it” at any given point, seeing as humans can be composed almost entirely of it. Water is all around us, and is essential to the ongoing cycle of life. Although water may seem abundant throughout the Earth and atmosphere; the amount of clean, useable water is an everyday crisis for some of the drought stricken, less fortunate countries. While the Oceans hold roughly...

    Drinking water, Infrastructure, Irrigation 1668  Words | 5  Pages

  • Energy Crisis in Pakistan

    Essay: Electricity crisis in Pakistan their impacts causes and possible solutions Energy is physical quantity that describes the amount of work that can be done by a force. Energy is a basic need of every work done it can be obtained from many sources. Their are two types of energies Renewable which can be regenerated and non renewable which cannot be regenerated An energy crisis is any shortfall in the supply of energy resource to an economy of oil and additionally to electricity or other natural...

    Energy crisis, Energy development, Energy policy 924  Words | 3  Pages

  • Energy Crisis in Pakistan

     Energy Crisis In Pakistan Outline: 1. Introduction 2.Pakistan Energy Sector  Energy Supply Pakistan Energy Sector 3.Sources of Energy In Pakistan Non-Renewable Resources Renewable Resources Alternative Energy Resources 4.Causes of Energy Crisis in Pakistan 5.Recommendations And Solutions Energy is very much essential for all the activities of the daily life and that is why its deficiency can have sever impacts on the lives of the people as well...

    Alternative energy, Energy crisis, Energy development 822  Words | 3  Pages

  • Literature Survey - Water Crisis

    Barlow, Maude February 25, 2008 *The* Global Water Crisis and the Coming Battle for the Right to Water Foreign Policy in Focus, www.fpif.org A disturbing article by Maude Barlow, which pertains to the building tension between countries, regions, etc. in,regards to shared water sources. She highlights the possibilities of issues arising from disagreements in the use and treatment of water sources. Amster, Randall March 10, 2009 Water, Water Everywhere? Sustaining Scarce Resources in the...

    Deficit irrigation, Drinking water, Peak water 1867  Words | 5  Pages

  • Load Shedding Crisis in Pakistan

    RIVER INDUS ( Abaseen) The Indus River is the most famous, major and the longest river in Pakistan. It origins in Lake Mansaroor, Tibet and finally after running across the country through Khyber Pakhtunkha, Punjab and Sindh Provinces flows into the Arabian Sea. In Khyber Pakhtoonkha province it is named as Abaseen which means the Father of the rivers. It displays a tidal bore and the river system is fed mainly by glaciers and snow of the Himalayas. Flow of the river is fluctuated according to...

    Chenab River, Himachal Pradesh, Indus River 1068  Words | 3  Pages

  • Crisis of Women’s Education in Pakistan

    Name: Fatima Awan Roll# 13-10436 Subject: SOCL 325 (gender) Crisis of women’s education in Pakistan Introduction: Education is the most important and fundamental factor for any country. Inequality in education of men and women is highly immoral. Pakistan is facing major illiteracy issue. The main issue in the crisis is due to more preference to male than female. The girls’ education in the country is lagging behind with barriers for them to come to school regularly to complete...

    Education, Gender equality, Higher education 2457  Words | 7  Pages

  • Crisis of Nation- building in Pakistan

    Crisis of Nation- building in Pakistan Pakistan, a major South Asian Muslim country ranking seven in the population worldwide, is currently passing through a turmoil encompassing almost every aspect of national life, marked by internal rifts, instability, conflicts, economic stagnation and an atmosphere of uncertainty. If we analyse the underlying reasons behind this state of affairs, we can pinpoint many reasons but one fundamental question raised is that whether Pakistan is suffering from all...

    Indian National Congress, Islam, Islam in India 1969  Words | 6  Pages

  • Power Crisis in Pakistan and It's Possible Solutions

    Energy crisis in Pakistan and its solutions admin July 3, 2012 1 Pakistan is facing a big and serious energy crisis which is increasing with the passage of time and the government of Pakistan has remained fail to control this and fix this issue. In spite of the growing ratio of economical growth in the entire world, Pakistan is stuck with the same energy crisis specifically from the last 5 years. Government has conducted many National Energy Conferences on provisional and national level, but they...

    Energy development, Fossil fuel, Hydroelectricity 1400  Words | 4  Pages

  • Global Water Crisis Africa

    1 Final Draft Amy L. Jones WTS 100 Erin Fuller December 10, 08 “The Global Water Crisis” Africa It was a four hour journey and most of the woman and children walked that twice a day. Just imagine getting up before dawn to make this long journey to get a bucket of water filled with a little water, dirt, algae, cow and goat feces, bacteria, mosquito larvae and other insect eggs, parasites, and various waterborne diseases waiting for a host. They have no time for anything else in the scalding-hot...

    Drinking water, HIV, Hygiene 1582  Words | 5  Pages

  • Energy Crisis in Pakistan: Causes and Consequences

      | Energy Crisis in Pakistan: Causes and Consequences SYNOPSIS: 1) Introduction 2) Present energy picture of Pakistan3) Causes behind the energy crisis in Pakistan a. Poor energy planning b. Non use of alternative energy resources c. Rely on quick fixes to solve the crisis d. Politicization of mega projects e. Unchecked Energy theft 4) Consequences of energy crisis on Pakistan A) Economic Flight of capital Shrinking Foreign Direct Investment Closure of industry Severe blow...

    Alternative energy, Economy, Electricity generation 1563  Words | 6  Pages

  • pakistan

    program which is based upon philosophy” Ideology of Pakistan Pakistan’s ideology was based on the Islamic principle of “the only sovereign is Allah". Ideology of Pakistan basically means that Pakistan should be a state where the Muslims should have an opportunity to live according to the faith based on the Islamic principles. They should have all the resources at the disposal to enhance Islamic culture and civilization. Quid-e-Azam once said: "Pakistan was created the day the first Indian national...

    Afghanistan, Al-Qaeda, Federally Administered Tribal Areas 888  Words | 3  Pages

  • Water Runs Dry - North American Water Crisis

    Water Runs Dry – North American Water Crisis Collectively the United States is ranked as the greatest consumers of water worldwide; a startling fact for a country that cannot support its own unrivaled demands (Barlow, 2007). The United States is now crucially dependent on nonrenewable groundwater for a staggering 50% of its daily water usage (Barlow, 2007). In addition to such formidable numbers, citizens of the United States use and waste up 80-100 gallons or 454 liters of water per day (Perlman...

    Freshwater, Irrigation, North America 822  Words | 3  Pages

  • inter provincial water conflict in pakistan

    Interprovincial water conflict in PAKISTAN HASSAN SHER TAWEEBA HASSAN Geography 133, section A Professor SOHAIL AHMED UMER November 16, 2013 It is obvious that conflicts arises on non-renewable natural recourses like petrol, gas, coal, e.t.c because of their economic value but today in modern world conflicts arising on renewable recourses like water. Pakistan is a country facing serious shortage of fresh water recourses in the country. Things...

    India, Indus River, Indus Valley Civilization 1176  Words | 5  Pages

  • Water Scenario: Past, Present and Future of Pakistan by: Muhammed Zafir Zia

    Water Scenario: Past, Present and Future of Pakistan By: Muhammed Zafir Zia Per capita availability of surface water in Pakistan is gradually dwindling from 5300 cubic meter in 1951 to 1000 cubic meters in 2005 and is projected to hit less than 1000 cubic meters making Pakistan a water short country Of all the major problems, water crisis is the one that lies at the heart of our survival and that of our planet. Experts project that the global water crisis will reach unprecedented...

    Drinking water, Indus River, Jhelum River 2074  Words | 6  Pages

  • Water Crisis - A Global Picture

    WATER: - As a Cultural Issue & a Source of Conflict A CASE OF SOMALIA Abdullahi Elmi Mohamed B.Sc., M.Sc., Lic. Tech., Ph.D. candidate at the Dept of Land and Water Resources Engineering, Royal University of Technology, Stockholm. Tel: +46 (0)8 761 3552 or +46 (0)70 752 24252 E-mail: elmi@aom.kth.se. Coordinator of the Somali Centre for Water and Environment (SCWE). Introduction Water Crisis - A Global Picture ...

    Drought, Islam, Muhammad 1599  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Bottle Water Crisis

    The Bottled Water Crisis The convenience of bottled water has turned into a massive problem for our planet’s ecosystems. Plastic water bottles are overflowing landfills, polluting our water sources, and ultimately altering the environment in which we live. One in five Americans drink bottled water even though bottled water is thousands of times more expensive than tap water! (All About Water) The booming business of bottled water has led to significant, damaging effects on our environment...

    Bottle, Bottled water, Drinking water 889  Words | 3  Pages

  • Kenya Water Crisis

    Water crisis in Kenya Ygnacia Bradford October 12, 2010 An increasingly serious drought continues to plague the county of Kenya effecting the environment and numerous ways. The Population, Health Risks & Disease The typical day for a rural Kenyan family, usually children, who should otherwise be in school, walk several miles to search for water to provide for the family for cleaning, and food preparation. Most times the water is dirty, not treated or which is contaminated by surface...

    Drinking water, Drought, Water 1877  Words | 7  Pages

  • Hyderabad Water Crisis

    Water Supply and Sewerage Crisis in Hyderabad: The city of Hyderabad, formally founded in 1591, is a unique case where a lake (Hussain Sagar built in 1562) was built to meet its water needs even before the city’s formation. Several other lakes and tanks including Osman Sagar, Himayat Sagar, and Mir Alam Tank were built over time to cater to the city’s demand for water. Today, however, Hyderabad faces acute water shortage with most of the lakes and tanks lying neglected while the city draws water...

    Hyderabad, India, Irrigation, Sewage treatment 1721  Words | 4  Pages

  • Leadership Crisis in Pakistan

    The Roots of Pakistan’s Political Crisis. Sadia Abbas It seemed too good to be true. Pakistan had a judiciary asserting itself. The media was feeding a nascent democracy movement. The military was being challenged. Even the intelligence services were being asked to produce those it had been “disappearing” for years. If you were accustomed to CNN quiescence and had grown up in a Pakistan with one state channel on which hyper-formal anchor-people mechanically read the news in an Urdu inaccessible to...

    Benazir Bhutto, Islamabad, Nawaz Sharif 1553  Words | 4  Pages

  • A World Water Crisis

    enough to help with the world’s water crisis. There is over 40,000 pieces of plastic per square mile of the ocean, 5,000 kids die every day from unclean water, which adds up to 2 millions children every year, and finally water privatization is such a huge problem all over the world and we need to stop that, water is not a product, it’s a human right. Of course there are hundreds of other reasons such as even in Canada, not everyone has access to a nearby source of safe water or that birds and other animals...

    Ocean, Third World, Water crisis 937  Words | 3  Pages

  • electricity crisis

    Introduction: Pakistan is a country which Has been blessed with all natural resources by Allah Almighty. For the past few years we are facing electricity crisis because the demand of electricity is being more than the production. We have 20 organization including government and private which produce electricity for example WAPDA (Water and Power Development Authority), KESC (Karachi Electric Supply Company), IPPs (Independent Power Procedures), and PAEC (Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission)....

    Coal, Electricity generation, Energy development 1524  Words | 5  Pages

  • Social Problem in Pakistan

    Social problem of pakistan 1. Poverty 2. Illiteracy 3.Terrorism 4.Food and water crisis 5.Population growth 6.Poor health facilities 7.Internal and international migration 8.Discrimination of Sex 9.democracy in shape of dictatorship 10.unloyal leaders 11.Foregin debt 12.Child labor 13.Deviant behavior 14.discourage the rules of law from government representatives 15.inflation ...

    Drought, Gymnasium, Higher education 642  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pakistan Economy - Geo-Politics of Water Conflicts in South Asia - Reference Guide

    References Alam, U. Z. (Dec., 2002 ). Questioning the Water Wars Rationale: A Case Study of the Indus Waters Treaty . The Geographical Journal, Vol. 168, No. 4, Water Wars? Geographical Perspectives , Page 341-353. Bradnock, S. B.-C. (Mar., 2003). Water and Development in South Asia: Cooperative Development in the Ganges-Brahmaputra Delta . The Geographical Journal, Vol. 169, No. , Page 43-46. C., M. S. (Jul. 16-22, 2005). Indus Waters Treaty and Baglihar Project: Relevance of International Watercourse...

    1949, 1963, 2002 784  Words | 3  Pages

  • energy crisis

    Nowadays In the Pakistan biggest issue is the Energy Crises, Pakistan is going to dark Day by Day it all about our youth Because they are not focusing about Pakistan and its genuine Issue and Do not searching the solution to solve all crises and not looking-after the Pakistan. If we will not appear to get the solution about the crises of Pakistan but I’m saying very sadly that we should have the Importance of the Pakistan Issue. Because of the Energy Crisis we are facing many crises just becauseof...

    Coal, Energy development, Fossil fuel 2195  Words | 6  Pages

  • Water Crisis in Pakistan

    best means for a speedy spread of news about important incidents or events taking place. What has happened in the remotest corner of the world can reach us within minutes, thanks to media. The speed that technology has achieved is helpful in times of crisis when media is to be used for reporting news needing immediate attention. Research has revealed that media is responsible for influencing a major part of our daily life. Media contribute to a transformation in the cultural and social values of the...

    Advertising, Concentration of media ownership, Mainstream 7984  Words | 21  Pages

  • The Solutions of Energy Shortage in Pakistan

    The Solutions of Energy Shortage in Pakistan Energy Shortage now is a global crisis for many countries in the world including Pakistan. Pakistan, one of the high rapid development developing countries now is in the worst energy crisis in its history (Kazmi, 2013). The high speed increasing of its economy and population absolutely demand a large energy supply, but the problem is that the storage of the energy of the country now can hardly supply the whole country’s energy usage. As AOL News said...

    Energy crisis, Energy development, International Monetary Fund 1238  Words | 3  Pages

  • Energy Crisis in Pakistan

    Energy sector of Pakistan According to a forecast by Pakistan’s Private Power & Infrastructure Board, the power supply and demand gap will grow to over three times its current size by 2020 As illustrated in Chart 1, the following are key players in the energy sector: (i) Suppliers of primary energy: These include (a) oil/gas exploration companies (e.g., OGDCL and PPL), (b) oil refineries (e.g., ARL, Parco), and (c) distribution companies in gas (e.g., SNGPL, SSGC) and oil (e.g., PSO, Shell). All...

    Cash, Cash flow, Electric power 947  Words | 3  Pages

  • Water Shortage

    ESSAY ON WATER & ENERGY CRISIS IN PAKISTAN 1. INTRODUCTION: “Water is precious, use it wisely” says a notice placed in the bathroom of a five star hotel in Karachi. There could not be a sounder piece of advice but it should be given not only to the guests of the five star hotels but also to the entire citizenry of Pakistan. Pakistan is rapidly moving to the situation when it will begin to be ranked among the countries that have severe shortages of fresh water. Wise use of this precious resource...

    Hydrology, Indus River, Irrigation 2502  Words | 7  Pages

  • Essay Energy Crisis

    Energy Crisis Introduction:  Energy is considered to be life line of any economy and most vital instrument of socioeconomic development of a country. Energy is pivotal in running machinery in factories and industrial units, for lighting our cities and powering our vehicles etc.   there has been an enormous increase in the demand of energy as a result of industrial development and population growth in our country, in comparison to enhancement in energy production. Supply of energy is, therefore...

    Alternative energy, Energy development, Fossil fuel 1660  Words | 3  Pages

  • Water Crises of the World

    Water Crises of the World: We Are Not Immune Jeremiah Concelos Understanding Our Global Village Prof. Ian Matthews March 26, 2012 Water is the basis of all life form on the planet, a fact that is undeniably truth. From wildlife to human life, to nature, to machinery, nothing is, was or ever will be without water. It essentially fuels all things created on our planet, and the planet itself. This is no secret; it comes as common knowledge to every form of life on the planet, even those in...

    China water crisis, Deficit irrigation, Drinking water 2279  Words | 5  Pages

  • Access to Water

    Access to Water HCM350-History of Healthcare Worldwide Access to Water Introduction Water is a vital source of survival where everyone needs a sufficient, clean amount. People use it for drinking, cooking, cleaning, and bathing for good hygiene. Access to water has a direct correlation with health and hygiene. The greater the access is to a population the better overall health and better hygiene the group or region will have. Access to water varies from...

    Desalination, Drinking water, Tap water 1171  Words | 6  Pages

  • Economy of Pakistan

    Introduction Pakistan was established in 1947 and since its inception; it has been surrounded by countless issues, some of which are confined to ill-formed/missing infrastructure, insufficient refined resources, barren or obsolete factories and technologies, the Kashmir controversy and other fronts also involving an ever-ready enemy to underscore its efforts towards progress. Despite being rich in natural resources, Pakistan has so far been a developing country with limited development in every...

    Economic development, Economic growth, Economics 1700  Words | 6  Pages

  • 8 Days Plan For Pakistan Affairs

    Pakistan Affairs 8 Days - Time Table Day: 01 > Evolution and growth of Muslim Society in the Sub-continent. > Ideology of Pakistan-Definition and Elucidation. Day: 02 > Historical aspects Muslim rule in the sub-continent, its downfall and efforts of Renaissance. > Movements for reforms-Sheikh Ahmed Sarhindi, Shah Waliullah, Aligarh, Deoband, Nadwah. Day: 03 > Sind Madressah, Anjarnun Hamiat-e-Islam and Islamia College Peshawar. > Ideology of Pakistan in the lights of speeches and sayings of Allama...

    Bangladesh, British Raj, Indian independence movement 422  Words | 2  Pages

  • Electricity in Pakistan

    Electricity in Pakistan is generated, transmitted, distributed and retail supplied by two vertically integrated public sector utilities: Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) for all of Pakistan (except Karachi), and the Karachi Electric Supply Corporation (KESC) for the city of Karachi and its surrounding areas. There are around 20 independent power producers that contribute significantly in electricity generation in Pakistan.[1] For years, the matter of balancing Pakistan's supply against...

    Coal, Cogeneration, Combined cycle 1029  Words | 4  Pages

  • Water

    Results 1. We cannot tolerate children dying for a glass of water The Guardian (London) - Final Edition, March 8, 2006 Wednesday, COMMENT; Pg. 32, 923 words, Kevin Watkins Return to List 1 of 1 DOCUMENT The Guardian (London) - Final Edition March 8, 2006 Wednesday We cannot tolerate children dying for a glass of water BYLINE: Kevin Watkins SECTION: COMMENT; Pg. 32 LENGTH: 923 words The rich world must act to prevent dirty water and poor sanitation now killing more than a million children...

    Bottled water, Drinking water, Mineral water 1027  Words | 3  Pages

  • Water Crisis and Suggestion for Solutions

    NATIONAL 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 in partial fulfillment of the 11th Mid Career Management Course (MCMC). The contents of this paper are the end product of my own study and reflect the original data to make a conclusion...

    Dam, Hydrology, Indus River 9649  Words | 26  Pages

  • pakistan is a poor country

    Pakistan is not a poor Country but in fact; a Poorly Managed Country Pakistan is a great country with tremendous resources regarding minerals, fertile, water resources, land, good industries, strong manpower, flourishing weather and all those blessings which any developed country can have but false policies and poorly managed plans let it down to the borderline of third world country. An Overview Pakistan is situated in a region where bulk of natural resources is found in its surroundings....

    Coal, Conservation biology, Ecology 1264  Words | 7  Pages

  • Water Shortage

    ------------------------------------------------- To what extent can water shortages be dealt with on an individual level? Water is the basic necessity of life which is even more important than food. A person can live 2 weeks without food but not even 7 days without water. Since few years, there has been a population boom and population in present is almost twice the population before the boom. This has caused water and food crisis in many countries, more importantly LEDCs. Presently, statistics suggests...

    Drinking water, Overpopulation, Water crisis 1346  Words | 4  Pages

  • energy crisis in the backdrop of past data

    In back drop of previous crisis to what extent meeting the crisis demand? Availability cost? Comparison theoretically to what extent it had achieved? Energy sector issues and development continue to severely constrain Pakistan’s economy in 2012-2013. Against the backdrop of a sharp increase in the international price of oil in 2009, which put enormous upward pressure on the cost structure in the power generation and transport sector, in particular, large domestic supply shortages of electricity...

    Benazir Bhutto, Energy conservation, Energy crisis 1553  Words | 10  Pages

  • Pakistan and Its Crisis

    Review Many economists consider the financial crisis of 2007/2008, also known as the Global Financial Crisis of 2008 the worst financial crisis since, the Great Depression of the 1930s. It resulted in the threat of total collapse of large financial institutions, the bailout of banks by national governments, and downturns in stock markets around the world. The direct impact of the global financial crisis on developing countries including Pakistan has been limited due to non-integration of the domestic...

    Balance of payments, Central bank, Current account 3458  Words | 11  Pages

  • Shortage of Water in Pakistan

    Shortage of water in Pakistan As we all know, Pakistan is facing severe shortage of water. There are two main reasons, one due to persistent droughts---which is beyond the control of a man, and the other due to miss-management of water resources. Impact on economy / society * Less water means less agricultural yields, meaning they cannot fulfill the food requirements of the nation, so they need to be dependent on other countries. * Due to less production of main crops, which are wheat,...

    Deficit irrigation, Irrigation, Water 361  Words | 2  Pages

  • Energy Crisis

    grave national crisis. It has not only been affecting the trade and industry, development and construction, education and administration gravely, but has also seriously impeded the progress of the whole national life. In spite of higher authorities’ claims of narrowing the gap between energy demand and supply, the ground situation is showing a discouraging picture. The power short fall has crossed the 5000 figure. Unless immediate remedial masseurs are lunched on footing, Pakistan would lead to even...

    Alternative energy, Energy crisis, Energy development 1494  Words | 6  Pages

  • Operating Genesis Water Technologies in Thailand: Water Crisis

    Operating Genesis Water Technologies in Thailand International Marketing Midterm By: Ashley Helgans Jessica Taylor Bianca Sanchez Thailand is a country located at the center of the Indochina peninsula in Southeast Asia. This constitutional monarchy, lead by King Rama IX, houses 67,091,980 people that are made up of 75% Thai, 14% Chinese and 11% other various ethnicities. Thailand is a destination spot for thousands of tourists during low and high seasons. People travel from all over...

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