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As of November 07, 2007 there were 637 companies which were listed on Karachi Stock Exchange with a total market capitalization of Rs. 4121 billion (66 billion $). This figure has registered an increase now and our Karachi Stock Market is approximately US$ 72 billion. Out of this financial sector constitutes 41% of the total market capitalization of Karachi Stock Exchange. However, the Insurance Sector is a small one and needs immediate attention for its growth, development and rapid expansion to meet the challenge of 21st Century for accelerating socio-economic growth of Pakistan with an emphasis on wider prosperity.
Insurance Sector has registered a very slow growth in the history of
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MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM ± TCS PAKISTAN 1.
Introduction (Today¶s Market Scenario)
The amount of competition faced by organizations today is more intensive than it was ever before. With the ever-expanding number of organizations and products, customers have a wide array of choices available. As a consequence the manufacturers and service providers now have to view their products and services from the customers¶ point of view not only to maintain a high quality but also to incorporate the customer-defined improvements whenever needed. In order to remain in business for long term and ensure their survival they have to incorporate techniques that would force the customer to
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IPRI Journal XIII, on 1 (Winter 9/11 Pakistan’s Contribution to Global War no. Terror after2013): 37-56
PAKISTAN’S CONTRIBUTION TO GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR AFTER 9/11
Dr. Hidayat Khan∗
Abstract Pakistan’s contribution to the “War on Terror” far exceeds its strength and size. Pakistan lost more than 35000 lives to save American people from another 9/11 attack. Pakistan’s economic loss amounted to 67 billion US dollars but still the US is not satisfied with Pakistan’s performance and pressurizes it to “Do More.” In this situation what should Pakistan do as a sovereign state? At the same time what is the international community’s responsibility towards Pakistan as a partner in
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Impact of Global financial crisis
By: Nauman Ayubi Butt
Roll # 8511
Table of contents
1) Reason of choosing this topic
3) The term ‘Financial Crises’
4) Financial Crisis 2007-2009
5) Causes of the crisis
6) The crisis getting global
7) The Financial crisis and Pakistan:
8) Sectoral impact of the crisis in Pakistan:
9) External sector impact
10) Financial Sector impact on
i) Foreign exchange
ii) Banking sector
iii) Circular debt
iv) Stock market:
12) Economic business sector impact
i) Impact on textile industry
13) Social Sector Impacts
14) Poverty and unemployment:
16) Technique to
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MCC (Missouri Computational Company) is a multinational group created in 1952 which successfully develops, manufactures and sells computers of medium and high capacity. It is building up business in North and South America, in Europe, in South-Eastern Asia, in Australia and in the Middle East. The American Headquarter, located in Saint Louis, Missouri, co-ordinates the production, the activity of research and development, the HRM policy and financial aspects. The factories are located in Saint Louis and Newark, New Jersey. The sales activities are structured in regional divisions. The major business sectors of MCC have regional sales under their responsibility.
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MDG in Pakistan and how it affects the economy
According to the introduction to Global Politics by Steven L. Lamy the adoption of the Millennium Developmental Goals framework has also helped country field staff achieve a more coherent approach to development. In my paper I am going to talk about the MDG’S in Pakistan and how the country is affected politically, economically and other ways as well.
Pakistan not only represents freedom and independence but also is known to be the land of the pure. The region has landscapes that vary from plains, and deserts, to forests, and hills.
Pakistan is divided into three major geographic areas: the northern highlands, the Indus River
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Committee: United Nations General Assembly
Topic: Kashmir- Is it a symbol of failure of United Nations Machinery
Delegate: Ruchi Gupta
Since the partition of British India into India and Pakistan in 1947, the Kashmir conflict between them has become intractable. India first referred the case of Pakistani aggression in Kashmir to the United Nations Security Council under Article 35 of the UN Charter on January 1, 1948. This move was directed towards protecting India’s territorial integrity. United Nations was involved in mediating the Kashmir conflict from 1948 through 1965. Later, at the end of the Third Pakistan- India war of 1971, Pakistan and India signed the Simla
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Malala Yousufzai, 14, is recovering after being attacked yesterday on her way home from school in Mingora, Pakistan. She was shot by a group of fighters called the Taliban. The group’s members follow a strict version of Islam. They believe girls should not go to school. Yousufzai was targeted because she writes about girls’ rights and children’s education in Swat Valley, Pakistan.
Mustafa Qadri, a researcher for Amnesty International in Pakistan, said that the attack shows the dangers of speaking up for human rights in northwestern Pakistan. “Female activists live under constant threats from the Taliban and other militant groups,” he said in a statement.
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While traveling to Thailand on a vacation, you meet Ms. Jenny Chang, an Asian business executive, in the plane. She is happy to learn that you are the international business development consultant for a multinational company. She becomes interested in your expertise and asks you to work as her company's consultant for a project involving new business development in Pakistan. Her company has just invented a revolutionary new CAD system for designing and weaving wool carpets that can improve the design and manufacturing productivity significantly. Several patents protect the unique design of this technological system. The CEO has asked you to formulate a recommendation for how to expand into
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corporate behavior towards our employees, consumers, societies and world in which we live'.
Unilever Pakistan started its journey in 1948 at Rahim Yar Khan town with the setting up of vegetable oil factory. From there onwards, as a company we have seen much change in the last 70 years, currently, Unilever Pakistan is known as the largest FMGC, one of the largest MNC in Pakistan, and the ‘Top FMGC employer 2012’. As a company we are accountable for:
• Make a positive difference to the lives of low income consumers;
• Create new opportunities for growth;
• Improve the overall quality of life in Pakistan, by promoting education, nutrition, health and hygiene.
It is also important to note
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'Terror struck into the hearts of the enemies is not only a means, it is the end itself,' Brigadier S K Malik writes in Quranic Concept of War, a virtual textbook for the Pakistani military doctrine.
The desecration of an Indian soldier's body by Pakistanis should come as no surprise. Have we forgotten what the Pakistanis did to Captain Saurabh Kalia in Kargil [ Images ] in 1999?
Pakistan has a history of desecration of dead Indian soldiers even during the 1965 war. Barbaric behaviour by the Pakistanis is neither new nor a planned strategy, it is their habit!
But that still leaves open the question: Why now?
It is this that opens up intriguing possibilities. By all accounts
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ENGLAND Host Ban 2 Tests
PAKISTAN 3 ODIs each
SOUTH AFRICA To West Indies 3 Tests, 5 ODIs, 2 T20
WEST INDIES Host SA 3 Tests, 5 ODIs, 2 T20
BANGLADESH To Eng 2 Tests
To Zimb tri-series SL Host Aus 5ODI To Scotland 1 ODI (Host WI Cancelled) Host Ban 3 ODIs Host Pakistan v Australia 2 Tests and 2T20 Host Pakistan 4T, 5ODIs, 2T20 (additional) To England 5 ODIs (Additional) To Pak (in Eng) 2 Tests, 2 T20Is (rescheduled from Host Ban 2 Tests (rescheduled from Aug 08) 4/5 ODIs (Additional) Asia Cup 3-4 matches To Zimbabwe 2T, Postponed to June v SL in USA 2 T20Is
To Zimb tri-series Ind 4/5 ODIs
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beliefs. In Catholic teachings, it is known that Jesus was among the first to be a political prisoner and was ultimately crucified. The risks run high when openly expressing political/religious views; especially in a country where democracy is not recognized. Benazir Bhutto is a prime example of the risk one takes when fighting for democracy in a Muslim sate. In her 54 years of living, Benazir Bhutto experienced severe injustice as she fought to implement democracy in Pakistan. Her case is just one of the many proving the fight between of political prisoners versus society may be too extreme to win.
Benazir Bhutto was an intelligent, progressive woman. Following in her father’s footsteps
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FROM LOCAL MARKET TO INTERNATIONAL FRONTIER
Truck art is a flourishing masterpiece of Pakistani culture. It is about cultural history and tradition story telling and passion. Truck art has been present in Pakistan's heritage for age . Today, this artistic media has reached it's culmination point with it's vibrant colours and craftmanship. As such every little adornment on a trucks has a special significance. As we know that our country is divided into different teritories so why not spread a message of a sovereign and united country with the theme pakistan on wheels. Each territory has it's distinct lifestyle. The culture and heritage of each province of Pakistan should be painted
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Apple Planning to Enter Pakistan: A Wise Decision or a Mistake? |
Yusra Naseem Patel (11497)
Muzamil Jawed (13532)
Tehseen Nazeer (13426)
Institute of Business Management
This report focuses on Apple, if it is to launch in Pakistan, what could be the issue that Apple will have to face and what opportunities lay ahead where it can find a new niche market. With low tariffs, better geographical coverage and improved quality, Pakistan mobile market maintained high growth in the telecom industry in the years 2007 and 2008. With more and more companies entering Pakistan, there now stands tough competition
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health inequities overall and ensure effective use of health resources. Deepening and consistently implementing human rights instruments can be a powerful mechanism to motivate and mobilize governments, people and especially women themselves.
Gender practices in Pakistan
The United Nations Millennium Development Goals report 2011 has prioritized the goal for promoting gender equality and women empowerment but targets are far from its reach, especially in South Asia. Pakistan challenged with gender inequalities, and despite efforts there is a wide gap between males and females in terms of employment opportunities, paid work, access to health services and health outcomes in Pakistan. The
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diversified oil and gas company and energy sector giant Exxon Mobil (NYSE: XOM) plans to enter the Pakistani market. Although they have done so and do currently have a presence in Pakistan, my analysis is based on the hypothetical situation that Exxon Mobil is planning to enter the Pakistani market in the current global context. Exxon Mobil has a diverse portfolio of holdings in the oil and gas sector and has a massive global presence which is why it is my company of choice. The company’s foothold in the global energy sector is massive. The energy sector is one that caters to a universal need and firms in the energy sector so operate in more of a global context given the massive demand for energy
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Bangladesh Capital Market
Brief History of Capital Market:
• Concepts started in USA at Wall Street in 1653.
• It came to South Asia in 1890.
• The origin of Stock Market in Bangladesh goes back to 28th April 1954 named East Pakistan Stock Exchange association at Narayangonj. Later it was s renamed East Pakistan Stock Exchange Ltd and Trading was started in 1956.
History of Bangladesh Capital Market:
• East Pakistan Stock Exchange transferred in Dhaka in 1958.
• In 1964 it was renamed as Dhaka Stock Exchange Ltd.
• In 1976 Dhaka Stock Exchange Ltd started its operation with a bit different version.
• Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) was
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Third Meeting of the Focal Points of SAARC Drugs Offences Monitoring Desk (SDOMD), held on 23rd June 2010, Pakistan offered to strengthen the SDOMD Desk located in Colombo, Sri Lanka by making a one time financial/material assistance and the Government of Pakistan offered to prepare a Concept Paper on interaction between SAARC with UNODC (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime) to be considered by all Member States. Further the Governments of Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka offered training courses/programs for the Member States in relevant and important fields related to narcotics and drugs. Realizing the importance of learning from each others experience, the Member States agreed to
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develop Calcutta, now the capital city of West Bengal, as their commercial and administrative center in South Asia. The development of East Bengal was thereafter limited to agriculture. The administrative infrastructure of the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries reinforced East Bengal's function as the primary agricultural producer—chiefly of rice, tea, teak, cotton, cane and jute—for processors and traders from around Asia and beyond.
After its independence from Pakistan, Bangladesh followed a socialist economy by nationalizing all industries, proving to be a critical blunder undertaken by Awami League's Mujib Government following India's policy. Education policies of the British
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business of food and beverage companies. As the leading driver of global growth in consumer food service, the fast food industry is reaching new consumers continually through improved menus, dining experience upgrades and rapid worldwide expansion. As representatives of this industry and experienced multinationals, the American fast food restaurant groups like McDonald’s. The report discusses how the strategy of globalization affects large multi nationals like McDonald’s. It later elaborates upon the entry of McDonald’s in Pakistan.
Findings are based on the interview with the manager of McDonald’s branch in f-10 Islamabad. Information is collected through various sources and backed up by
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trends & study how they create opportunities for entrepreneurs to pursue.
Examples of Problem Solving Business:
1. Naseeb Networks provides leading community, communications and e-commerce services to underserved Internet markets. The company currently enjoys a leadership position in its target markets including online recruitment (www.rozee.pk), social networking (www.naseeb.com) and classifieds related services for Pakistan and its associated diaspora community.
The company commenced operations in 2003 with a seed round from angel investors including founders and executives from Paypal, LinkedIn, Excite and Cisco. Naseeb Networks has been profitable since 2004 and currently has
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Islamic clerics in Pakistan issued a fatwā against those who tried to kill her, but the Taliban reiterated its intent to kill Yousafzai and her father.
The assassination attempt sparked a national and international outpouring of support for Yousafzai. Deutsche Welle wrote in January 2013 that Malala may have become "the most famous teenager in the world." United Nations Special Envoy for Global Education Gordon Brown launched a UN petition in Yousafzai's name, using the slogan "I am Malala" and demanding that all children worldwide be in school by the end of 2015. Brown said he would hand the petition to Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari in November. In the 29 April 2013 issue of
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that government is going to start a developmental project at such and such place, poor people of the country will get benefit from it but I never saw any project like that especially in Southern Punjab.
It is recommended that if these people are provided with reward by government other than 120 kilogram grain from the farmer, they will be prosperous and then there will be no shortage of flour in Pakistan. These people are compelled by there economic conditions to sale that particular grain which they earn which hard effort. If they are provided with daily wages opportunity even they can consume that grain for whole year. Government is needed to invest money in poverty stricken areas instead of royal areas of Pakistan, Pakistan will get rapid growth in economy and soon will be in the list of developed countries.
By: Tahmina Kousar
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Table of Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1
INTRODUCTION TO ENGRO PAKISTAN 2
FOOD INDUSTRY IN PAKISTAN 3
ENGRO FOODS 3
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AT ENGROFOODS 4
STRATEGIC INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL AUDIT 4
STEEPLE ANALYSIS 4
PORTER’S FIVE FORCES MODEL 6
THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS 6
BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS 7
BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS 7
AVAILABILITY OF SUBSTITUTES 7
COMPETITIVE RIVALRY 8
SWOT ANALYSIS 8
INDUSTRIAL SWOT ANALYSIS 12
IFA AND EFA FOR ENGROOFOODDS 15
COMPETITIVE PROFILE MATRIX (CPM) 17
CORE COMPETENCIES & KEY SUCCESS FACTORS 18
COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS 19
INTERNAL EXTERNAL (IE) MATRIX 20
GRAND STRATEGY MATRIX 21
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internship of mine. From soneri bank private limited Okara Branch. The duration of my internship was six weeks. I was introduced to the basic working of banking along with real life Practice.
Soneri bank is the one of the Pakistani private and supportive commercial bank having 234 branches in larger cities of Pakistan. It’s main head office in Karachi on chundrigar Road. Its head Quarters in Lahore. The bank starts its developments in year 1992. Soneri bank limited came in to being on September 28, 1991; the first branch of bank opened in Lahore on April 16, 1992 and also has branch in Karachi on May 09, 1992 & listed on all the stock exchange of Pakistan.
To open a customer account like
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questionnaire for the analysis was designed by Mr. Ejaz H.Mian. The questionnaire contained approximately 75 questions of which 17 were related to the personal details of the small business owner. The questions were from a variety of journals, the most important being the Journal of the American Marketing Association (AMA). Research suggests that 98% of all the firms in Karachi are small businesses. With 25% export contribution, 40% of all employment burden and 65% share in the country’s GDP, small businesses are one of the most important segment of Pakistan. They are spread all across the business and industrial districts of Pakistan; however, there are 3.2 million business units in Karachi
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energy. The 1st plant of biogas was built in 1859 at the Bombay in the India by Panhwar. 30million rural households in china that have biogas digesters, these rural areas have many benefits such as saving fossil fuels, saving time, protecting forests, saving money, saving cooking time, improve hygienic conditions, improving the rural quality of life, reducing water and air pollution(Prabhu et al.).
Biogas is a kind of bio-fuel and it is derived from biogenic. Biologically break down of organic materials in the absence of oxygen is referred to as Biogas. Organic wastes include kitchen-wastes, dead-plants, animal-dung etc, these organic wastes are converted into biogas.
Pakistan has one of the
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The creation of Pakistan State Oil (PSO) can be traced back to the year 1974, when on January 1st; the government took over and merged Pakistan National Oil (PNO) and Dawood Petroleum Limited (DPL) as Premiere Oil Company Limited (POCL).
Soon after that, on 3rd June 1974, Petroleum Storage Development Corporation (PSDC) came into existence. PSDC was then renamed as State Oil Company Limited (SOCL) on August 23rd 1976. Following that, the ESSO undertakings were purchased on 15th September 1976 and control was vested in SOCL. The end of that year (30th December 1976) saw the merger of the Premier Oil Company Limited and State Oil Company Limited, giving way to Pakistan
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sector and took every single step to find one of the best negotiating solution win-win solutions in the lights of the service of Pakistan prosperity.
In 32 years, TCS has made themselves a brand that evolves in almost all parts of the country. From launching a redesigned and standardized courier service in 2001 to launching agents network - a business partner program in 2011, to entering the ecommerce industry, TCS has shown willingness to change.
They provide various express and logistics services in different segments like C2C, B2B and B2C.TCS is operating in different parts of the country. It has a wider network of 155 offices in the country along with 425 different retail outlets
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presents the articles on which our study is based, the second section of the study is the introduction of the organization, and the third section shows the passenger survey and questionnaire. Fourth section results explorations and investigates of the challenges and problems which the national carrier PIA (Pakistan International Airline) is facing while implementing TQM.
The findings and results advocate that Total Quality Management System should develop itself with the changing internal and external environment. Some strategies have been by us which would improve the performance of the organization and help it to cope up with the challenges.
At last, our research conclusion & there
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UK cities, typically within a few minutes’ walk of your home or work. You can use one for as little as 30 minutes or as long as 6 months. They are reserved online or by phone, and can be collected and returned 24/7 using high‐tech smartcards. The cost of usage is based on how long you have the car and how far you drive but unless you a heavy car user, the annual cost of Streetcar will be dramatically less than owning a car and with lots of the hassle of car ownership removed.
1. Is the idea behind Streetcar based on Observing Trends, Solving a Problem, or Finding Gaps in the Market Place? Support your answer with arguments.
2. Is it possible to introduce a service like Streetcar in Pakistan? What would be some of the biggest threats? How would this idea compete with the traditional car rental industry?
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MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLE TERM PAPER
The Coca Cola company is one of the biggest manufacturers, distributer and marketers of beverages in the world. Coca cola company started its business in Pakistan by 1953, with the brands coca cola, sprite, fanta. Coca cola offers more than 400 brands in approximately more than 312 countries. There are many plants of Coca Cola Company in pakistan, like karachi, hyderabad, multan, gujranwala, sialkot, faisalabad, rahimyar khan and lahore. The company is facing huge challenge as competitors are making new strategies to defeat the company.
There are four management functions of the Coca Cola Company which include planning, organizing, leading
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Domestic Wastage of Water.
The idea is very simple yet effective in a sense that this is basically a public service message, specifically targeted to the general public living in Pakistan. We at Water Wise are trying our bit to save water for future. According to a research by the year 2030, there will be a World War of all countries for water, at that time people won’t fight for oil and land but only for water. So, keeping in mind that the ground water level is decreasing with every passing day we all should think seriously about it, because it is for the welfare of us. The main objective of Water Wise is not to restrict the use of water, but to reduce the wastage of water
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Import Export Pakistan Legislation Terms and Definition
Posted on June 19, 2008 by Imran
Bill of Lading for Import Export Pakistan
A bill of lading (also referred to as a BOL or B/L) is a document issued by a carrier , e.g. a ship’s master or by a company’s shipping department, acknowledging that specified goods have been received on board as cargo for conveyance to a named place for delivery to the consignee who is usually identified.
Care (Customers Administrative) for Import Export Pakistan
Care stands for Customs Administrative Reforms and it is a project of the Central Board of Revenue overseeing reforms in Pakistan Customs. The project was initiated in February
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winning the toss. An inning has sixteen overs and it is dispersed among eight players where two players get to share four overs between them. While connecting the shot onto the nets and meanwhile running can give runs up to two, three, five or even seven runs, meanwhile by giving away wickets can decrease runs by five. Our team is formed among all the past school friends who have similar likes and dislikes and also have the passion to play cricket and to win. There are five Indians, two Sri Lankans and one Pakistani including myself. Most of the team member spoke the same language except the Sri Lankans. Sri Lankans may not speak the same language but they share the similar culture as Indians and Pakistan so it never became a big issue when it comes to working together.
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Padini began as a backend operation in Malaysia’s apparel industry, manufacturing, trading and supplying garments to order for retailers and distributors. It has entered the new millennium as a major force in Malaysia’s multibillion textile and garment industry, a brand leader involved in the distribution and retail of its own fashionlabels through 190 freestanding stores, franchise and consignment counters. Padini labels proudly carry the Made in Malaysia stamp abroad in Bahrain, Brunei, Cambodia, Egypt, Indonesia, Kuwait, Morocco, Myanmar, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Thailand and United Arab Emirates.
Padini address various type of fashion for
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Partnership remains a common mode of business enterprise in Pakistan for small to medium business set-ups. Partnerships are normally formed where there is a desire to have some structural flexibility along with some formality of relationship between partners. There is no compulsory requirement for registration of a partnership in Pakistan. Nonetheless some litigation
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least for three (03) years.
Program is opened for all disciplines.
Wasim Hashmi Syed
Short Term Foreign Faculty Hiring Program
Higher Education Commission
HRD Division, Sector H-8/4, Islamabad 44790
Ph: (+92 51) 9080 8021, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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is National Language of Pakistan |
Correct Answer: Urdu |
20. Who is the first lady primeminister of the world |
Correct Answer: sirimavo bandaranayeke |
21. who is the winner of T20 first worldcup |
Correct Answer: india |
22. what month did the nintendo come out? |
Correct Answer: 5th June |
23. Who wrote Lajja? |
Correct Answer: Taslima Narseem |
24. who was the president of indian national congress at the time of indian independence |
Correct Answer: acharya kripalini |
25. Brazilian soccer legend Pele also played in which other country? |
Correct Answer: Holland |
26. Name the highest mountain in Europe. |
Correct Answer: Mont Blanc |
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attitudes and behaviour, examples of collectivist cultures include China, Pakistan and India. As collectivist cultures are more focused on group gain than individual gain, family approval of the relationship would be a key determining factor in the relationship, for this reason marriages are usually arranged by family members and are non-voluntary. Also, in cases where the individual is not happy in the relationship, it may continue despite this as the relationship is more beneficial to the group - for this reason divorce may be difficult or impossible due to this pressure from the group. Whereas, individualistic cultures are more accepting and encouraging in allowing people to freely and
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has been in a state of war for many decades, a war that has left little evidence of justice, humanity and peace for its people. Even now, villages are frequently attacked and there is continuous persecution of minorities. The Afghan Hazaras are not safe in Afghanistan, and are not even safe in neighbouring countries like Pakistan. These are people whose only choice is to seek refuge and security in any way possible. For my family and me, we could not wait for someone to come and rescue us because we could have been dead by then. Coming by boat was the only choice we had. Even though we knew we were at risk of drowning in the daunting waters of the Pacific, we preferred taking that risk over
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. Other brands in the Frito-lay group include Fritos, Doritos, Ruffles, Cheetos and Rold Gold Pretzels.
* Food for the fun of it! (2007)
* Lay’s get your smile on! (2006- )
* Lays ka mazaa lo (lay’s Pakistan)
* No one can eat just one (Lay’s India)
* Lays. Want some?
* You can’t eat just one…..Lagi bite ( lays India)
Except for barbecue-flavor potato chips, which were introduced no later than 1958, up until the last 20 years, the only flavor of potato chips had been the conventional one. Despite an explosion of new flavors, the unadorned original is still the selection of 81%of consumers. In the Pakistan, Lay's offers a number of flavor
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information to the police. You can be prosecuted under law for giving wrong information or for misleading the police (Section 182 of the Pakistan Penal Code, 1860).
2 Never exaggerate or distort facts.
3 Never make vague or unclear statements.
4 One who refuses to sign his statement of FIR can be prosecuted under section 180 of Pakistan Penal Code, 1860. 5 One who lodges a false charge of offence made with intent to injure a person can be prosecuted under section 211 of Pakistan Penal Code, 1860.
Aala-e-katal: Murder weapon
The words and phrases, which are commonly used in FIR
Insdad e jarayam – Prevention of
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company of Pakistan. In 1975, the company launched its import division. With hard work, excellent services, honesty and strongly integrated business ethics, the imports business grew consistently and resulted in the formation of M/s Orient Enterprises.In 1983, Orient Enterprises became a private limited company, and established mini labs all across the country. In 1985, Orient Group of Companies began marketing and distributing various products nationwide. By sheer hard work and diligence, today Orient enjoys a remarkable reputation throughout the nation.
Today, Orient Group of Companies is the sole distributor of the world’s most renowned brands like Mitsubishi Air Conditioners, Samsung Home
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studying Computer Studies and as many success stories end with happy ending. I clearly achieved a very good end to my story. I passed
the mid terms with an A, and my finals with an A+ on my mark sheet written a little right to the subject i disliked the most, Computer Studies.
What my experience actually taught me was that, it's easy to construct propehceies about life and the results it holds. To have that firm perspective that, life is
unpredicatable and that, one can never judge a result, to me is wrong. Life is predictable in some cases and so are the results and conclusions in it, like when a student
like me will work hard in that one subject, for which she could have easily been expelled from school would pass it with an execellent score.We can always be in control of our future if we take full control
of the steering of our present.
As today I am content in doing major in Computer Science from one of the most incredible institues of Pakistan and working hard to excel in it.
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amongst the Muslims. After 1857, Sir Syed had realized that it is very hard for Muslims to survive with the Hindus but still he was in favour of the United India until the Urdu-Hindi
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan would always be remembered in the history books as a revolutionary leader who gave a new direction to the Muslims of the Sub-continent which took them to the way of independence. Sir Syed’s role can be referred as the root of the making
of Pakistan and the separation from the Hindus.
For the purpose of creating awareness amongst the Muslim masses in India, Sir Syed used press to great effect during the late 19th century.
Khilafat movement was an effort by the Indian Muslims to
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The earliest know evidence of Hinduism dates back about 4000 years ago to the Indus Valley Civilization. The Indus Valley Civilization lived along the Indus River. This area is known today as Pakistan, which is north of India. They lived in elaborate cities that were well planned. The streets were straight, buildings made of brick, sophisticated water and sewer systems, and large water facilities. They were prosperous traders and farmers. The ancient cities were called Harappa and Mohenjodaro. Researchers have found archeological evidence of the Indus Valley Civilization but many aspects of their lives are still a mystery because of the inability to read their writing. The
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Ahmadi spokesmen like the strutting Qasim Rashid and the execrable Harris Zafar, the author of a recent Washington Post op-ed, carry water for the same Islamic supremacists who would cheerfully slit their throats if they were back in Pakistan, and instead target those who stand up for the Ahmadis and decry their persecution. In the WaPo, Zafar offered a manifesto for the destruction of the freedom of speech worthy of a true totalitarian – and emblematic of the Islamic supremacist war on free speech and all criticism of Islam.
“The difference between Islam’s view on free speech and the view promoted by free speech advocates these days,” Zafar asserts, “is the intention and ultimate goal