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...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. In more recent times, Pakistan has become a hot bed of Islamic extremism that advocates for Jihad or Holy war against the enemies of Allah. This has seen the proliferation of outfits like Al Qaeda and the Taliban in neighboring Afghanistan. The objective of this essay is to try and identify the primary cause of Pakistan’s inability to unite...
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...Pakistan 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 consisted of two wings, East and West Pakistan, East Pakistan was made up of Bangladesh which was separated from West Pakistan from almost one thousand miles and West Pakistan consisted of Punjab, Baluchistan, North West Frontier Province and Sindh. Pakistan was a result of the demand...
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Pakistan International Airlines
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...Pakistan International Airlines, Research Paper Service Issues in Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Name> Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2 2. Purpose of Research 3 3. Research Question 4 4. Research Objectives 5 5. Literature Review 6 6. Research Survey 9 7. Sampling Strategy 11 8. Research Findings Analysis 12 9. Summary of Findings - Conclusion 15 10. Recommendations 16 11. References 17 12. Appendix 18 Introduction 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...
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Pakistan National Conservation Strategy
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...Pakistan National Conservation Strategy (NCS), also called Pakistan's Agenda 21. The NCS placed Pakistan's socio-economic development within the context of a national environmental plan. This highly acclaimed document... About SDPI 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. Mission Statement To catalyze the transition towards sustainable development defined as the enhancement of peace, social justice and well-being, within and across generations. Brief History SDPI was founded in August 1992 on the recommendation of the Pakistan...
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A story of me after what happened to my aunts
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...Aunts in a Car Accident A few years ago, I lost two of my aunts ina tragic road accident. 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 relationship with my aunts and we had so many things in common. I cannot explain how much I loved my aunts but, all I know is that they were my mentors and acted as my real parents. Since that day, I have has psychological challenges majorly due to the fact that I have not managed to accept the fact that I lost my aunts. Moreover, images of my aunts lying... Psychological Trauma from the Loss of My Aunts in ...
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Colonization in Pakistan
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...Pakistan of Introduction Pakistan is a country found in South Asia. The “Pakistan” is coined from regionsof the country; Punjab, Kashmir, Sind, and Baluchistan (Lieven, 2012). This paper explores Pakistan in various contexts. Colonization Pakistan did not initially exist as an independent country. The country was colonized by Britain. In the early days, before 1850s, Pakistan was governed by different empires. In the early 18th century, steady decline of the Munghal Empire gave room for Sikh rulers to control most parts of the country. British colonizers got access to the country during...
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The U.S. and Pakistan
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...Pakistan The world is changing rapidly. Only last month, the United s' 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. How does this change America's relationship with Pakistan? What should the U.S. do now? There were some who were quick out of the gate to accuse the Pakistanis of complicity or incompetence. But it was useful to carefully examine President Obama's speech, given as he announced the death of Bin Laden. Pakistan featured prominently in it. “Over the years, I’ve... ? The U.S. and...
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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. History The land of Pakistan is witness to some of the wonderful civilizations of the history. The cultural heritage spans over centuries beginning from the Indus civilization, followed by Gandhara civilization, Islamic period, Sikh period, British period and post-independence era. About 8000 years BC, Indus...
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Economy of Pakistan
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...Pakistan 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. Pakistan has struggled to find a coherent identity and role since its creation. Events like taking over the reins of the democratically elected governments by Army, regular skirmishes with its neighbor India, increasing activities of some militant organizations have not really allowed the country to develop to its fullest potential. Country also... Macroeconomic Country Analysis on...
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Developments in Pakistan
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...Pakistan Pakistan owns one of the largest Muslim populations. 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 Kingdom on 14th August 1947, a day before its neighboring country India celebrated independence. Its problems with India, especially the one related to Kashmir continue till date. The history of Pakistan is both sterling and startling since then. Democratic elections were held, Prime Ministers were toppled, on of them was hanged and Military Generals had a field day, one... Order 347800 Topic: Developments in...
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Child Labour in Pakistan
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...Pakistan Introduction Thesis ment As in other third world countries, the problem of poverty in Pakistan continues to aggravate with the passage of time. 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 those dependent upon breadwinner is showing compromising trends. Consequently, children are forced to become part of the huge labour division of the country. Although legislation to prevent child labour exists and continues to evolve with the passage of time; the flaws in implementation of legislation and the social structure hardly permits the enforcement of such laws... Outline Child Labor in...
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Teachers Education in Pakistan
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...Pakistan. The research is conducted by the principle author, Rizvi. She is a Pakistani resident and Assistant Professor of Education in the Institute of Education at the Aga Khan University. She is able to play the role of the subjective observer and objective outsider since she has experienced living in her resident country and abroad. She carried out interviews... ?Articles reviewed: Enhancing and sustaining teacherProfessionalism in PakistanMeherRizvi& Bob Elliott (2007) Rizvi and Elliot formulate structure and propose “a theory and not a foolproof recipe” to accomplish the task underscored. It highlights the problems related with and the reasons for the quality of education in primary schools in...
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Food security in Pakistan
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...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). Sociologists assailed that these socio-economic problems demand government to systematically integrate food security to broader issues of human security (Chen and Kates, 1994). In this context, the essay will explicate food insecurity in Pakistan, one the 35 countries needing intervention to mitigate hunger, explore its causes and reexamine... ?Order 509453 Topic: Food insecurity in...
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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. Adult literacy rate is not more than 35%. After 1992 when the government has started implementing structural adjustment programs the situation exacerbated. In addition, higher pace of population growth has been canceling the effect of poverty reduction programs in the country (AR Kamal 2003). The government has been focusing on setting growth targets and trying... Briefing Report...
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Country Profile: Pakistan
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...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. Originally it was composed of two parts, these being the west wing which is the Pakistan we know today and the east wing which is now known as Bangladesh. In 1971 the two wings separated when the east wing (dominated by Bengalis) seceded with significant support from India. Over the years, the disputed Kashmir territory has been the scene of 2 out of three Pakistan-India wars, those... ? Country Profile al Affiliation) Overview...
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Proctor & Gamble (Pakistan)
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...PAKISTAN) A CASE STUDY Table of Contents Page Introduction 3 2 The Dilemma 4 3 Literature on Strategies 5 4 Competitive Advantage 7 A Five Force Analysis 7 B PESTEL Analysis 12 5 Stakeholder Theory 16 6 What the Future Beholds 17 Scenario 1 17 Scenario 2 18 7 Conclusions & Recommendations 19 8 Abstract 21 9 Bibliography 22 1 Introduction Proctor & Gamble (P&C), a leading consumer products multinational, has had a presence in Pakistan since 1991 and was incorporated a wholly owned company. During the course of its operation it has invested $100 millions and has established a sizable manufacturing facility... PROCTOR & GAMBLE...
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Pakistan and Indian International Conflict
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...Pakistan and Indian International Conflict 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 have not managed to develop to their full potential simply because they are in a state of constant conflict. This fuels their need to have expensive military equipment and to maintain a large number of armed forces which can easily be considered a tremendous burden on their economies (BBC, 2003). As described by CNN (1997) the countries...
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Pakistan: Sruggle for the Soul
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...PAKISTAN - A DILEMMA: THE LOST IDENTITY OF IT’S PEOPLE A REVIEW OF AN ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE by Aaaa Bbbb June 2008 Question1. How and why was Pakistan created? 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 give the Muslims an independent homeland as India was dominated by Hindu majority with which the Muslims did not nurture a good relationship. The area of the country was...
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Design Innovation in Pakistan Textile
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...PAKISTAN TEXTILE Literature Matrix on the Design Innovation in Pakistan Textile Research Topic Author & Article Title/Details Research Objectives Methods Key Findings Discussion/Analysis Conclusions Effective of Innovation: Study of Manufacturing Sector in Pakistan (Hassan & Shaukat, 2013) (Blackburn, 2009) To explore the effects of innovation types; process, product, organization and marketing innovation on various aspects of the Pakistan’s firm performance. 150 respondent companies were given survey questionnaire; individuals who participated were from the R & D, Production, and Marketing departments. There are positive effects of the innovative types for the firm... DESIGN INNOVATION IN...
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Faisal Mosque in Pakistan
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...Pakistan 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 portray the hopes and aspiration of Pakistani people (Archnet Digital Library, “Faisal Mosque”). According to Serageldin, the Muslim culture values the symbolic portray of the architectural building. Some of the most important symbolic structures in Muslim architecture include the minaret, dome, gateway and mihrab... ? LECTURER Faisal Mosque in...
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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. Guru GovindSingh died in the 1708 leaving his community and his religion in great sorrow. The great emperor of Mogal dynasty and son of Shah Jahan, Great Aurangazeb died in the year 1707. The dynamic BajiRao peshwa has been crowned at Poona in the year 1720... INDIA UNDER BRITISH...
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Problems of Industrialization in Pakistan
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...Pakistan Industrialization problems in Pakistan Insert Insert Insert 5 December 2011 Industrialization Problems in Pakistan Introduction Pakistan is one of the developing countries in South Asia. The country is endowed with abundant natural resources and the population heavily relies on agriculture as an economic activity. About 27% of the country's total land coverage arable land and over 50% of the country's population are employed in the agricultural sector (Khan, para.1). To improve production, the country is attempting to industrialize her agricultural activities by adopting modern farming practices and use of technology implements. However... , as a developing country,...
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Problems of Industrialization in Pakistan
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...Pakistan Industrialization problems in Pakistan Insert Name Insert Course Title Insert Instructors Name 5 December 2011 Industrialization Problems in Pakistan Introduction Pakistan is one of the developing countries in South Asia. The country is endowed with abundant natural resources and the population heavily relies on agriculture as an economic activity. About 27% of the countrys total land coverage arable land and over 50% of the countrys population are employed in the agricultural sector (Khan, para.1). To improve production... Running Head: Industrialization problems in...
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Design innovation in pakistan textile
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...Pakistan Textile Institute of Pakistan is ified 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 government of Sindhi (Sindh Ordinance No. XV, 2001). It is rated five stars from the Charter Inspection and Evaluation Committee. TIP is based on school marks and entry and admission is open to male and females. Baluchistan University of Information Technology The Baluchistan University of Information Technology is a public sector that has been mentioned as one... Literature Review, Design and Technology Textile Institute of...
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Corruption in the Pakistan Government
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...Pakistan Government Introduction A review of literature reveals that the concept of corruption has been discussed even during the times of the great philosopher Aristotle. Over the years, the term has been meant to describe what Aristotle had written on the topic, that corruption entails private gain at the expense of the public. Corruption according to thinkers and writers results from power or lack of money. Studies have also shown that developing or under-developed economies are more prone to corruption in governance when compared to developed economies. This area will be discussed in more detail later in this paper. The primary aim of this study is to review the extent... of corruption in...
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International assignment training for Pakistan
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...Pakistan 11/7 International Training The American Co. Trainees 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. There are certain traits which may help to distinguish between the people of one culture from the other. Culture includes the religion, language, dressing attitudes, way of living, food habits and traditions of a particular group of people. This paper would further discuss the role of two different cultures in building the personalities of men... ? International Assignment Training for...
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Stagnant Performance of Textile Industry of Pakistan
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...Pakistan Stagnant Performance of Textile Industry of Pakistan Introduction The sectors of textile and clothing items have always been very important for the economy of Pakistan. The total contribution of the textile industry in the income earned through exports is 60%, its contribution in the manufacturing arena is 46%, and this sector consumes over 46% of the loans obtained through banks and 38% of the total employed workforce of Pakistan works in the textile industry (MUNEER, 2006, p.5). The major role in the success of the textile industry of Pakistan has been plated by Cotton which is a very important raw material for the nation. Pakistan is regarded... ?Stagnant Performance of Textile Industry of...
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Major Issues of Higher Education in Pakistan
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...Pakistan Major Issues of Higher Education in Pakistan This paper aims to discuss the major issues of higher education in Pakistan. It is unfortunate that none of the universities in country actually meet the international standards of higher education except for few. The quality of education is even poorer as compared to neighboring countries including Iran and India where standards and national education policies are much better. When it comes to higher education then teachers are expected to train students in a way that they can add value to society while also thinking critically about complex matters concerning human life. But in Pakistan in majority cases... Major Issues of Higher Education in...
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Cultural Perspectives from another Country - Pakistan
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...Pakistan Cultural Perspectives from another Country - Pakistan of Cultural Perspectives from another Country - Pakistan Pakistan's is officially recognized as the "Islamic republic of Pakistan". The sixth most populated country in the world has been influenced by the Turks, Arabs, Baloch, Afghans, Mongols, Persians, Dravidians, Parthians Kushans, Macedonians, Greeks, , Indo-Aryans, White Huns, and Scythians.All these races have settled over the region at one time or another. The river Indus flows in this country and this river has witnessed sseveral ancient cultures and several of the earliest civilizations such as Mehrgrah, Mohenjodaro, and Harrapa. Not only that but historic routes... Running Head:...
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A Comparative Study of UK and Pakistan
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...Pakistan Focus on Futures, visions and expectations: A comparative study of UK and Pakistan. By ’s name] Foundation Course: Tutor: University: Department: Date Introduction Globalization has improved cooperation in textile design innovation and as the world continues to be more economically integrated. Future innovations of designs will reflect even greater interconnectedness of various resources from around the world including design innovation training, practical designs in textile industries and consumption of the products. Off-shoring of resources to developing economies such as Pakistan, especially in design and development of UK’s textile... Globalization Impact on design innovation in...
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The Progress of Women in Pakistan
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...Pakistan INTRODUCTION Women all across the world have been ed to oppression and at some point in their history. The current status that women enjoy in most of the countries today is not a result of some sudden revelation on part of the world in general. It is in fact the result of the constant struggle of women in their quest for equal rights. This paper is going to critically analyze all the aspects of progress of women in Pakistan, which is an Islamic Republic of South Asia. HISTORY There were several reformist and progressive movements in the Sub-continent during the nineteenth century for the betterment of women in the fields of education and socio-political... 17 April 17, The Progress of Women in...
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Finance report on Engro Corporation (Pakistan)
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...Pakistan of Stock Exchange Karachi Stock Exchange Web Address – Company http://engro.com/ Other http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/quote?ticker=ENGRO:PA. Annual Report Full FS Group Yes Yes Engro Corporation is one of the leading organizations in Pakistan- a developing country, involved in diversified range of businesses. Its primary business is that of fertilizer manufacturing however, over the period of time, it has diversified itself into other sectors such as Food, Energy, and Power Generation etc. (Reuters 2011). The financial year of the firm ends on 31st Dec of every calendar year. 1(b... a) Engro Corp Financial Year End 31st Dec Industry Fertilizer, Chemical, Power Gen Country of Stock Exchange...
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Contemporary Religious Movement (Terrorists in Pakistan)
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...Pakistan Module Module ID: Submission date: The Shiite Resistance against the Pro-Taliban Sunni-deoband Terrorists in Pakistan Introduction: The present study aims to concentrate upon the peaceful religious movement launched by the Shiite Muslims in the South Asian Muslim state of Pakistan against the tyranny and oppression exercised by the extremist and terrorist Sunni-Sunni-deoband sect of the Muslims, which has been in a majority in the country since its establishment, and appears to be engaged in crushing the minority Shiite community out of sheer hatred and resentment for the latter. The individuals belonging... various platforms, it has become very hard for the Government of...
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Outsourcing keeping India and Pakistan in reference
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...Pakistan. This research... Running head: outsourcing Outsourcing Affiliation November 2009 Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Outsourcing 3 History of Outsourcing 5 Advantages of Outsourcing 7 Disadvantages outsourcing 8 Outsourcing in India 9 Outsourcing in China 10 Conclusion 11 References 12 Abstract With the passage of time, when the size of organizations increases as compared to their resources then Outsourcing becomes an ultimate solution for organizations. This paper discusses the detailed overview of the concept “Outsourcing”. This research incorporates the outsourcing working paradigm and its implementation to the organizations. This research concentrates on outsourcing to India, China, and P...
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Export in Pakistan from the UK
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...Pakistan from the UK Mahdi Al-Nawab 14/03/12 Written For Stephen O’Regan Table of Contents Introduction 3 Selected Product 3 Country and Market Segment Selection 4 Business and Marketing Objectives 9 Entry Mode Selection 9 International Marketing Mix 13 International Marketing Budget 17 Recommendations 18 Conclusions 19 Bibliography 20 Appendices 22 Appendix I: BCG Matrix 22 Appendix II: Product Life Cycle 23 Appendix III: Marketing Budget 24 International Marketing Plan Introduction To prosper in a world of changes where every entity is under the influence of unpredicted opportunities, firms need to adapt and develop active responses to gain these opportunities... Dinner in the Sky Export in Pakistan...
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Emerging Markets of Pakistan and Vietnam
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...Pakistan Conclusion References Introduction Behind almost every major market trend is some underlying economic factor. From rising GDP growth rates to declining unemployment or threat of inflation; economic trends are a major determinant of what happens to stock markets. Along with corporate earnings, economic reports are the most watched regularly scheduled pieces of news. Almost every week there is an economic report that can help investors estimate what the future of economy holds. Every investor spends... Emerging Markets: Risks, Impacts and Effects A Comparative Analysis Contents of the Report Introduction Economic Factors that Impact Emerging Markets Comparative study: Vietnam VS P...
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International & Global Marketing: Ford Cars in Pakistan
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...Pakistan AFFILIATION: Introduction to the Foreign Market The country of Pakistan is merely around 6 decades old; however human record in the region reaches back for millions of years. The country of Pakistan came into being as an autonomous state in the year 1947 (Mohiuddin, 2007). Its official name is Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Dissimilar to the western nations, in Pakistan, fatalism, collectivism and fatalism are all elements of routine life and they require to be regarded for successful and healthy corporate associations. There is an evident sense of culture and tradition integrated into daily practices of businesses and trade as well... International & Global Marketing: Launching Ford Cars in...
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Dinner is the Sky: Launch in Pakistan
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...Pakistan [IDs Number Prof Dinner in the Sky Executive Summary Dinner in the Sky is a restaurant which is propelled in the sky with the help of industrial cables suspended through cranes. The franchise is primarily located in Guildford UK and has presence in various countries. The restaurant sells an exclusive idea and offers its customers an everlasting experience of having their food in the sky. Dinner in the Sky offers an elite cuisine which is meant for those individuals who desire to take their meals and their dining experience to the next level. The unique idea of having one’s meal in the sky will be the Unique Selling Proposition of the brand of Dinner in the Sky... ? Dinner in the Sky: Launch in...
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Risk of Expropriation Involved in Pakistan
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...Pakistan. Pakistan is a third world country with a violent present and past. Pakistan has in its... neighborhood the countries like India, Afghanistan, China and Iran. Its relationships with the India are not good whereas the current situation in Afghanistan and future political risks involved in Iran can also increase the overall risk involved in the country. The political risk is on the higher side because it neighbors the violent Afghanistan. Apart from that it has also a history of Nationalization process under which private businesses were nationalized during 1970s. Apart from that a fragile political system in the country poses a greater risk to the foreign firms considering investing...
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Art and Craft higher education in pakistan
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...PAKISTAN By Art and Craft Higher Education in Pakistan Art and craft entails skills of making objects such as decorations and pottery by hand. It is important to note that art and craft is heavily dependent on hands utilization and this forms its main trademark. Over the years, education systems across the globe have incorporated arts and crafts in their curricula at all levels including higher learning institutions. However, learning in arts and crafts does not necessarily take place within formal settings such as schools but also informally (Cox, 2007). In fact, informal learning is arguably the largest platform of passing art and craft knowledge. Additionally... ART AND CRAFT HIGHER EDUCATION IN...
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Child Labour in Pakistan. Business Ethics
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...Pakistan Introduction Child labour is a reality that has continued to challenge society since the dawn of the industrial revolution. In the eras before the industrial revolution, families in various cultures all over the world encouraged their children to work alongside parents in farms. Even if the children worked for long hours, it was not viewed as being an infringement of their rights because their parents worked harder to provide for them. The industrial revolution saw the introduction of schools in Western nations. Children were expected to attend schools on a daily basis in order to improve their futures. Governments began to press parents to send their children to school... ? Child Labour in...
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Insight into the Stagnant Performance of Textile Industry in Pakistan
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...Pakistan Chapter One Introduction The textile industry is an important contributor to the Pakistan economy. According to (Iqbal 2010), the textile industry contributes approximately 8.5% of the gross domestic product of Pakistan with an export value of around 9.6 billion U.S. dollars per annum. This export amount accounts for over sixty percent of the total exports from Pakistan. The significance of the Pakistan textile industry is further indicated by the fact that the industry employs almost forty percent of the workforce in the country (Altaf 2008). Thus, it is imperative that the industry is a vital component that contributes... significantly to the economic status of the...
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Multicultural Voices MV for India/Pakistan
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...Pakistan Introduction According to Frances Hesselbein, the culture of organizations receives special attention in the duration of great change. Different leaders issue different calls for various cultural changes. For instance calls for more entrepreneurial culture, accountability culture among others. But the fact is that if we could only alter our underlying beliefs about organizations, our practices would follow automatically. This paper explains the reason why culture does not change just because we desire it. Changing an organizational culture needs a complete transformation of the purpose of the organization, organization itself as well as its focus on results... Multicultural Voices MV for...
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Pakistan humanitarian needs (Solar energy and Clean water plants)
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...Pakistan humanitarian needs (Solar energy and clean water plants) GRADE 13th APRIL Critical Review The author claims that Pakistan is bordering on failure and is a weak country. There are three groups which pose great threat to Pakistan, namely; Islamists, tribalists, ethno-nationalists and quasi-secularists. Lack of substantial changes like resignation of Musharraf would result to the Islamists succeeding in the elections. It would also result to Musharraf retaining his uniform in the next leadership term and all this would end up damaging Pakistan’s image to the rest of the world. Such things have caused poor people to...
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Global competitiveness of the company Unilever in Pakistan
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...Pakistan and the selected company is Unilever. Unilever is one of the market leaders in consumer products industry. Through this report, I have analyzed the factors bringing competitive advantage for the company. Since Unilever is a British company therefore, I have selected Pakistan so that the operations... ?Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 4 COMPETITIVENESS OF COUNTRY 4 Factor Conditions 4 s 4 Infrastructure 5 Macro-economy 5 Natural Resources 6 Related and Supporting Industries 6 Demand Conditions 6 Size and Sophistication of Market 6 Appropriateness of Product Standards 7 Context for Firm Strategy and Rivalry 7 Local Context and Rules 7 Competition 7 COMPETITIVENESS OF FIRM 8 Firm’s Competitive...
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Design (art and craft) innovation in Pakistan textile
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...Pakistan Textile Insert Insert Havard Citation Design Sampling Data collection Analysis Key findings Parveen (2015). Art and craft in Pakistan. (1)1, 1-7 The document took a literature review approach The document examined 15 varying sources Education system with a focus on art and craft subjects in Pakistan has been covered. The policy implemented and how it had affected learning from primary to college levels. Evaluation is on the effects of involving the citizens in the art and craft subject right from a young age. The analysis depicts that involving a young nation in education with art and craft prepares them for a well-understood approach to the subject at higher levels... Literature matrix on...
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Design (art and craft) innovation in Pakistan textile
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...Pakistan Textile Research topic Article details Research Aims Methods Key Findings Discussion/Analysis Conclusions Author A Impact of Globalization on Design and Innovation in the Pakistan Textile Industry To establish how globalisation can affect design and innovation in the Pakistan textile industry in the future A longitudinal quantitative analysis was applied, measuring the same sample twice; through statistical analysis of the past and then statistical analysis of the present textile patterns in Pakistan Globalisation impacts on the Pakistan textile industry through increased product diversification to meet the needs outside... Literature Matrix on Design (art and craft) Innovation in Pakistan ...
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Design (art and craft) innovation in Pakistan textile
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...Pakistan Textile Insert Insert Havard Citation Design Sampling Data collection Analysis Key findings PARVEEN N. C. (2015) Art and craft in Pakistan. Art Education. 1(1). p.1-7. The document took a literature review approach The document examined 15 varying sources Education system with a focus on art and craft subjects in Pakistan has been covered. The policy implemented and how it had affected learning from primary to college levels. Evaluation is on the effects of involving the citizens in the art and craft subject right from a young age. The analysis depicts that involving a young nation in education with art and craft prepares them for a well-understood approach... to the subject at...
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Borderlands and Borderlands: Afghanistan and Pakistan provinces and tribal areas
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...Pakistan provinces and tribal areas. Geography. Feb 13, References Cited List Borderlands and Borderlands: Afghanistan and Pakistan provinces and tribal areas The border between Afghanistan and Pakistan stretching to the western Afghanistan and the tribal areas and provinces of Pakistan has been described as the most dangerous place on earth (Thomas & Mason, 2008). The area is highly inaccessible due to the terrain as well insecurity because of insurgency and militias operating in the area leading to the creation of a safe haven for terrorists. Consequently, the region has come under global scrutiny because of the unique problems it poses... at the border between Pakistan and...
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