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  1. Economic Effects Of Terrorism On Pakistan
    War on Terror and its economic effects on Pakistan Abstract Ever since the catastrophic attacks...
  2. Business & Terrorism (Effects Of Terrorism On Pakistan's Economy ), By: Asad Ali Siyal, Institute Of...
    to be destroyed day by day. As we can see that in fiscal year 2006 (FY-2006) Pakistans GDP growth rate was 6.92%, while in (FY-2007) it was 6.38% and in (FY-2008...
  3. Effect Of Terrorism On Pakistan Economy
    estimates, it has also suffered a loss of around $ 35-40 billion since 2001-2002. Pakistans economic growth came to a near halt at around 2.00 per cent in fiscal...
  4. Effect Of Price Instability On Economic Growth Of Pakistan
    the reasons that caused increasing the current prices and its direct effect on economic growth. Pakistan is full of poor peoples living below the poverty line are...
  5. Pakistan's Problems
    productively towards electricity generation in the country and can reduce loadshedding in Pakistan. i m from WAPDA n see the corruption going on here load-shedding...
  6. Pakistan
    SPEECHES DELIVERED by ZULFIKAR ALI BHUTTO Foreign Minister of Pakistan before the UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND ITS COMMITTEES 1957 1965 Reproduced in PDF...
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  7. Terrorism In Pakistan: Causes And Consequences
    disease, but also around the world all countries are facing severs results. Among them Pakistan is the only fore-front state that is fighting on War on Terror along...
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  8. Leather Industry In Pakistan
    of raw hides from local resources while rest of the 25-30% is met through imports. Pakistan imports leather from Saudi Arabia, Iran, and China, Dubai, Sudan, Kenya...
  9. Future Projection Of Textile Industry
    industrial base. Many research studies provide the depress effects of MFA regime on Pakistan industrial base how they made the closure of the huge installed capacity...
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  10. Mix Tittle
    Current Affairs © www.upscportal.com NOTE I "All Rights Reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means...
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  11. Pak China Relations
    have always been conducted with one eye on India. Last year Beijing chose to supply Pakistan with two new civilian nuclear reactors, even though the deal appeared...
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  12. Energy Crisis In Pakistan - Essay 2
    pace, the energy requirements are likely to increase with a similar rate. For 2004-05, Pakistans energy consumption touched 55.5 MTOE (Million Tons of Oil Equivalent...
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  13. The Effects Of Biological Weapons On The Past And Presents Society
    biological weapons. Some of these countries include the USA, Israel, Syria, Iraq, Pakistan, India, and Afghanistan. This is just part of a very long list (Jones...
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  14. Difficulties Of Moving From One Culture To Another. Using Presents Form My Aunts In Pakistan, And Search For My Tongue.
    two cultures and has adjusted quite well to the change. In Presents form my Aunts in Pakistan, it shows a lot of pain and uncertainty, the poets lack of knowledge...
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  15. Environmentl Effects Of Trade Liberalizaion
    problem of the World due to its trans boundary effects. Inspiration: I have taken this article from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics. I have chosen...
  16. Energy Crissis Pakistan
    be addressed on a priority basis. Pakistans vast wind power and coal potential needs be tapped at the earliest and with optimal effect. It is estimated by ICMAP...
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  17. Effect & Impact Of Inflation
    manpower of a country_._ H0: Inflation significantly affects the poverty in Pakistan (Null Hypothesis) H1: Inflation does not significantly affect the poverty...
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  18. Pakistan's Need For Water Reservoirs
    in 1959-1960 and minimum of 95.99MAF in 2001-2002. The annual flow of water in Pakistan's rivers is 83 per cent in Kharif season while it is just 17 in Rabi season...
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  19. Democracy Failure In Pakistan
    the head of its government, Jinnah concentrated all the powers under him and in doing so, effectively embarked Pakistan towards the ideal of a presidential system...
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  20. Impact Of Globalization On Pakistan Economy
    it. This study will be helpful to improve the understanding regarding the effects of globalization on Pakistans economy. The main purpose of this research is to help...
  21. Economy Of Pakistan
    year 2000 by the Musharraf government.[12] In 2005, the World Bank named Pakistan the top reformer in its region and in the top 10 reformers globally.[13] Islamabad...
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  22. Pakistan Economy
    and its significant use of CNG in automobiles, has cushioned the effect of the oil-price shock of 2004-2005. Pakistan is also moving away from the doctrine of import...
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  23. Reducing Hazardous Effects Of Global Warming
    break water, we need fossil fuel which is not a feasible solution. So in Pakistan, we can do much better than other countries in reducing the use of fossil fuels...
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  24. Facts About Pakistan
    374 square miles (796,095 square kilometres). The capital is Islmbd. Pakistan was brought into being at the time of the Partition of British India in 1947 in order...
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  25. a Review Of Pakistan's Foreign Policy 1980-2004
    of seeking outside aid to develop its economy. On several crucial occasions, Pakistans policy-makers and indeed even the nation as a whole have allowed illusions...
  26. Pakistan Economy
    alliance partners of the PPP-led government, opposed the imposition of the tax, while Pakistan Muslim League-Q members walked out of the House. The GST Reforms Bill...
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  27. Iqbal And Pakistan
    Advent of Pakistan By Kalim Ahmed Kalimahmed01@gmai.com The mood of post-independent India was that of turmoil. The country was divided along religious lines...
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  28. Food For Education Improves Girls’ Education The Pakistan
    the evidence with a case study on a FFE programme in Pakistan designed to support girls education. Cost-effectiveness is central to policy-making on achieving gender...
  29. Pakistan And India Relationship
    sugar shortage in 1997, it imported 50,000 tons of Indian sugar. Recently, too, Pakistan sourced meat, tomatoes, onions, garlic and potatoes from India, duty free...
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  30. Tsunami 2011 And Its Effects
    200001 723.40 200405 878.64 200506 948.47   In  case  of  Pakistan,  poverty  line  is  caloriebased.  Expenditure  on  calorie  intake  of  2350  calories  per...
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