Pakistan
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Pakistan. Pakistan is an Islamic republic located in south Asia with an estimated population of about 178 million people and whose national language is Urdu and English. Before Pakistan became a republic, it used to be under the British colonial rule as a protectorate.… Historically, Pakistan came under the rule of different…
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Pakistan came into being when British rule over the Indian subcontinent ended on 14 August 1947 to 15 August 1947 and gave way to the independence of two states together with a difference of one day; these two states are Pakistan and India. … Pakistan came into being when British rule over the Indian subcontinent ended on 14 August 1947 to 15 August 1947 and…
Pakistan National Conservation Strategy
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The Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) is an independent, public interest think tank that provides advice to public, private and voluntary organizations and undertakes policy-oriented research and advocacy. SDPI was founded in August 1992 on the recommendation of the Pakistan National Conservation Strategy (NCS), also called Pakistan's Agenda 21.…
Pakistan International Airlines
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Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is the premier airline of Pakistan on which more than 200 million commuters rely for domestic and international travel needs. It was established in 1955 by a charter of the Government of Pakistan and has since expanded its operations from the once-domestic circuit to the international arena too (About PIA, 2009).…
Colonization in Pakistan
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Pakistan [Name of Student] [Name of Institution] Introduction Pakistan is a country found in South Asia. The name “Pakistan” is coined from regions of the country; Punjab, Kashmir, Sind, and Baluchistan (Lieven, 2012). This paper explores Pakistan in various contexts.… British colonizers got access to the country during the reign of Sikh rulers. However, in…
A story of me after what happened to my aunts
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This was a major setback not only to members of our family, but also other close relatives and friends. I believe that among the affected people I am the most affected person owing to the fact that I had a close… Moreover, images of my aunts lying peacefully in their coffins have continued making me sad and giving me painful mental feelings. Three months ago I…
The U.S. and Pakistan
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The world is changing rapidly.Only last month,the United States' War on Terror appeared to be dragging on into its tenth year,with no end in sight.Suddenly,last week it was announced that the mastermind of the terrorist attacks of September 11,2001,Osama Bin Laden has been killed by American special forces in Pakistan.… The world is changing rapidly.Only last…
Developments in Pakistan
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From the geographical point of view, it is strategically placed. The country has been inundated with innumerable domestic and international problems right from the day it secured independence from the colonial power of United… The rulers and administrators of Pakistan had a tough task in dealing with the internal squabbles and maintaining the law and order…
Economy of Pakistan
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Pakistan is a prominent country in South Asia. Particularly during the last couple of years, it's been in crucial ally of America in fighting against the Talibans and the forces led by Osama Bin Laden. But, the irony with Pakistan is that ever since its formation in 1947, it's been in news for all the wrong reasons.… Country also faces the problems of…
Country Profile: Pakistan
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Country Profile (Author’s name) (Institutional Affiliation) Overview Pakistan is home to some of the earliest settlements known to man, as well as two of the most prominent religions in the world (Crawford, 2010). It was formed from the partitioning of India in 1947, and has undergone not just domestic but also political strife since that time.… Over the…
Child Labour in Pakistan
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Due to the rapid increase in population and hence a corresponding increase in the number of individual per household, the ratio between the breadwinners and… ion of legislation and the social structure hardly permits the enforcement of such laws, which is why the issue of child labor continues to aggravate with the passage of time. Although population growth…
Teachers Education in Pakistan
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While the article unravels the complexities of the matter, it is of essence that foundation is laid for teachers, eager to take part in reforming courses and implement what they have learnt on a daily basis. The “hybrid support structure” demonstrates this argument.… Politics between staff members is a major concern; the social background of teachers is not…
Food security in Pakistan
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Order#: 509453 Name Date Topic: Food insecurity in Pakistan The millennium is faced ecological imbalance and food insecurity. Researches relating Asia and Southern Africa regions, point the lack good governance, absence of climate adaptation policy, and poor delivery of social services negatively impact to vulnerable communities, including children (Beddington, 2010).…
Global Business Management: Pakistan
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Pakistan August 1947 demarcates three major events in the world history and political scenario. End of British rule in South Asian subcontinent, independence of India and creation of an independent Islamic Country in the world map since known as “The Islamic Republic of Pakistan”, popularly known as Pakistan.… About 8000 years BC, Indus Civilization was…
Poverty in Pakistan
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Pakistan is a low-income country with annual per capita income of $740.00 only. Almost one third of the total population lives under the poverty line and infant mortality is about half a million whereas 25000 women die during their first childbirth. Population is exposed to many health risks and social insecurity.… The government has been focusing on setting…
Faisal Mosque in Pakistan
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The Faisal Mosque, also known as the Shah Faisal Masjid, is located in Islamabad, Pakistan, and it is among the largest mosques in Pakistan. It was completed in 1986 by architecture Vedat Dalokay, who was of a Turkish origin.… The mosque was built as an attribution to the late King Faisal of Saudi Arabia. Its symbolism was based on the fact that it was to…
India and Pakistan
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Pakistan was an integral part of union till 14th August 1947. Pakistan was separated and disintegrated from the union of India. India was freed from the clutches or shackles of the Great Britain and achieved Independence on 15th August 1947. In the year 1699, Sikh Guru, Guru GovindSingh began Khalsa to mobilize the community people to struggle for survival and wage war against occupiers who descended from other countries.…
Pakistan: Sruggle for the Soul
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Pakistan came into being as an independent nation in the year 1947 when the British hurriedly gave up their 100 years old colonial rule of the Indian sub continent in South Asia. On the insistence of a Muslim leader, Mohammad Ali Jinnah it was agreed by the British rulers to… splitting up of the sub continent into two countries – India & Pakistan, there was…
Design Innovation in Pakistan Textile
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Due to the limited role of the cultural and creative education in the Pakistan textile industry, the government is currently promoting higher education in art, craft, creative and artistic disciplines. Despite the manufacturing sector playing an important role in the Pakistan… Art and craft is not schemed by the Ministry of Education, but teachers are…
Pakistan and Indian International Conflict
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Pakistan and India both gained independence from the British Empire in 1947 and the first action taken by their governments against each other took place that very year over the issue of Kashmir. Even though more than 60 years have passed since their independence, both countries… As described by CNN (1997) the countries have fought several wars over the…
Proctor & Gamble (Pakistan)
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This case study reveals their success story and some of their shortcomings with the background of a macro analysis through the detailed PESTEL analysis of the country as well as the industry. While PESTEL factors are generally favourable to P&G, but complacency has to be avoided as the presence of both foreign as well as domestic competition is high. …
Design innovation in pakistan textile
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Textile Institute of Pakistan is classified as one best institute that award higher education degree in Sindhi as well as among the first institutes in Pakistan. It is acknowledged by the Higher Education Commission and involved in independent degree awarding charter under the… The university is committed to interdisciplinary and modern teaching. Its…
Corruption in the Pakistan Government
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Over the years, the term has been meant to describe what Aristotle had written on the topic, that corruption entails private gain at the… The primary aim of this study is to review the extent of corruption in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. It will also review whether corruption and poor governance have forced its people to seek other forms of assistance,…
International assignment training for Pakistan
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International Assignment Training for Pakistan Your Name 11/7/2011 International Training To: The American Co. Trainees From: Expatriate Training Consultant Date: 13/7/2011 Subject: The Cultural Understanding and Knowledge for American Expatriates Cultural Differences Between Pakistan and America People’s attitude, lifestyle, habit and way of thinking depend greatly on their culture.…
Problems of Industrialization in Pakistan
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Running Head: Industrialization problems in Pakistan Industrialization problems in Pakistan Insert Name Insert Insert 5 December 2011 Industrialization Problems in Pakistan Introduction Pakistan is one of the developing countries in South Asia.… To improve production, the country is attempting to industrialize her agricultural activities by adopting modern…
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