Free Essays on Historical Places In Pakistan

  1. Economic challanges to Pakistan

    Assignment-Economical challenges to Pakistan Submitted to:Ma’m Asiya Submitted by: Syeda Zainab Kubra Roll no:11021502-012 Course Title:Pak Studies Discipline:B.S(hons)English Semester:6th Date:4/17/2014 ...

  2. multidimensional poverty measurement in pakistan

    Multidimensional Poverty Measurement in Pakistan: Time Series Trends and Breakdown Taseer Salahuddin1 Asad Zaman2 1 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Central Punjab, Lahore. Director General, International Institute of Islamic Economics, International...

  3. Historical Places of Pakistan

    Pakistan is a country in which you would find a variety of historical places that signify the unique traditions and culture of the country. These places are of extraordinary significance for people interested in history, at the same time they may act as an attraction for tourists. The tourism industry...

  4. Image of Pakistan

    * Introduction * What is the meaning of Jinnah’s Pakistan and compare with the today meanx of pakistan?? * Why pakistan is facing a serious image problem in the global community today?? * Media spoil the image of pakistan.. Are u agree with that or not?? * Why media show only our bad...

  5. cultural policy of pakistan

    CULTURE POLICY OF PAKISTAN (DRAFT) TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword Executive Summary Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Objectives Chapter 3 Policy Guidelines Chapter 4 Fiscal Arrangements Chapter 5 Recommendations Chapter 1 Introduction The primary concern of this policy is to...

  6. Minar-E-Pakistan

    Historical places of Pakistan Minar-e-Pakistan: • Minar-e-Pakistan (or Yadgaar-e-Pakistan) is a tall minaret in Iqbal Park Lahore, built in commemoration of the Lahore Resolution. • The minaret reflects a blend of Mughal and modern architecture, and is constructed on the site where on March 23, 1940...

  7. Food Crisis in Pakistan

    such food crises, including both monitoring and impact analysis. Monitoring refers to the regular measurement of indicators in order to understand historical trends, regardless of causes. In contrast, impact analysis tries to identify the effect of one causal factor, such as the increase in world food...

  8. 1.1 the Historical Characteristic of Australian English Formation

    perhaps the most obvious, stylistic, the difference between the written and the spoken form of the standard national language and others. For historical and economic reasons the English language has spread over vast territories. It is the national language of England proper, the USA, Australia, New...

  9. Foreign Policy of Pakistan

    Foreign Policy is one of those strategic frameworks that faces the most criticism and disapproval in Pakistan. As easy as it is to perceive the criticism articulated by a journalist or an anchor; however it is equally difficult to suggest an alternative course of action, and it is even more unpleasant...

  10. Pakistan: Foreign Policy

    Pakistan: Foreign Policy Pakistan, a land of many splendors and opportunities, a repository of a unique blend of history and culture for both the East and West has been the cradle of one of the oldest civilizations. The Indus valley, is the ninth most populous Area in the world, with 134 million tough...

  11. Historical Tourism

    INTRODUCTION TO HISTORICAL TOURISM HISTORICAL TOURISM CONCEPT AND MEANING: Historical tourism refers to a kind of tourism, where the tour or tour group focuses on the history; history of some place, people, thing, or events.[1] They go, see, study, discuss and experience places where historical things...

  12. Tourism Environment in Pakistan

    TOURISM ENVIRONMENT IN PAKISTAN BY KAMRAN KABIR INTRODUCTION: Tourism in one of the most beneficiary sectors of any country. It is said to be the best GDP booster. Tourism is an easy, quick and effeciant solutions to many weak economic problems such as unemployment, poverty, currency value, etc....

  13. India Pakistan Wwar

    greatest impact on your life as a teenager? The India Pakistan war During the India Pakistan war families were extremely terrified as the places which were going to be attacked next were never known . For Lucy Correa being a child when the war was...

  14. Pakistan Agriculture Sector

    DEVELOPMENT OF PAKISTAN, AND MANAGEMENT IS A KEY PROBLEM Pakistan from its birth has faced so many problems infect every type of problem those problem can be inequality, war, economic, terrorism means we can say that Pakistan has never seen a constant peace in its time. As already discussed that Pakistan has faced...

  15. Pakistan Foreign Policy

    Areas |  27,220   Sq. km.   | Islamabad (Capital) |  906 Sq. km. | | Population | 163417500 (May 30, 2008) | Administrative Setup | Pakistan is divided into four provinces viz., North West Frontier Province (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan. The tribal belt adjoining (Khyber...

  16. ETHNICITY AND ITS ROLE IN PAKISTAN POLITICS

    ETHNICITY AND ITS ROLE IN PAKISTAN POLITICS Presented to: Hina Khan Presented by: Shaikh Zia Ethnicity Ethnicity refers to a group of people who have their own-shared common characteristics that distinguish them from most other people in the same society. Biological characteristics that play a part...

  17. Terrorism In Pakistan

    Terrorism in pakistan Pakistan has been facing major and destructive phenomenon due to the terrorist. It had been common since 1999, like bomb blast and suicides attacks. This has great impact on our social and moral life. Many lives are gone away due to the terrorism in Pakistan, This is not only in...

  18. Pakistan Foreign Policy

    are its ideology and national integration. Pakistan came into being on 14th of August 1947 and it inherited the legacy of foreign policy from the British India. However it made some adjustments in accordance with its ideology and objectives of Pakistan movement. Its foreign policy was determined by...

  19. State of Women Rights in Pakistan

    State of Women Rights in Pakistan Outline 1. Introduction 2. Women rights in the light of Islam 3. Women rights in the light of Constitution 4. Causes of violation of women rights in Pakistan A. Cultural and traditional causes • Patriarchal society • Feudal system • Tribal culture • Parallel...

  20. Train to Pakistan

    India February 15, 2013 Book Review: Train to Pakistan Khushwant Singh opens his novel Train to Pakistan in a seemingly peaceful village on the countryside of Punjabi. Although the small village is fictional, it is important to note the historical significance this village, its people, and the time...

  21. Evaluation of existing syllabus of 10th grade of pakistan studies book.

    Textbook PAKISTAN STUDIES TEXTBOOK FOR CLASS 10. Prepared, Approved and Edited by Punjab Textbook Board, Lahore. Reviewed in March2004 based on the needs analysis School : Nobel Grammar (NGS) Materials being used: Notes are being provided by the teacher other than the textbook Survey of the existing...

  22. Woman Role in Traditional Ways N the Modern Way

    Sa‘adat Hasan Manto’s “Toba Tek Singh” Manto wrote “oaba oRk Si_g^” in , just after the partition of India and Pakistan in . It is about the exchange of insane asylum inmates following Partition—Hindus and Sikhs on the Pakistani side of the border were to be exchanged with Muslims on the...

  23. Indecisive Role of Media in Pakistan

    INDECISIVE ROLE OF MEDIA AND THE PRESENT SITUTATION IN PAKISTAN BY: S.UMAIR JARWAR umairjarwar@yahoo.com Heard in a new age movie based on the power of media in the expansion and growth of terrorism reminds a very interesting dialogue which says that ‘if the news of an incident...

  24. Why I Love Pakistan

    around him. He lives with others in a society. It is but natural that he loves the place where he and his family and the people he loves live. The country is his home and he loves it more than anything else. I love Pakistan because it is my country. It is not only my motherland but also my birthplace. I...

  25. Pakistan

    History and Geography 1 24 October 2014 Pakistan The 34th largest country yet the 7th largest population, to say the least, Pakistan is packed. Sandwiched by India and Afghanistan, Pakistan is just a tiny sliver compared to the massive size of India. However, Pakistan is home to many great wonders, including...

  26. Pakistan Afghanistan Relations

    Border Disputes between Pakistan and Afghanistan: Historical, political and Strategic Perspective Introduction: Pakistan came in to being on Islamic ideology revolving around the concept of Muslim Ummah and destined to be a symbol of universal Islamic solidarity across the globe. According to the first...

  27. Polarization of Social Studies in Textbooks in Pakistan

    of Social Studies in Textbooks in Pakistan DECEMBER 2010 SAN Analysis Polarization of Social Studies in Textbooks in Pakistan 0|Page http://www.san-pips.com/download.php?f=65.pdf December 2010 Polarization of Social Studies in Textbooks in Pakistan SAN Analysis Polarization of...

  28. pakistan history

    pakistan movement The Pakistan Movement or Tehrik-e-Pakistan (Urdu: ?????? ???????? — T??rik-e Pakistan) refers to the successful historical movement against British Raj and Indian Congress to have an independent Muslim state named Pakistan created from the dissolution of the British Indian Empire ...

  29. Media Religion and Politics in Pakistan

    the cultural exposition of Pakistan. This book has been written in the same perspective. This book is based on social scientific research standard. This book tries to analyze the role of mass media in representing, reproducing, and transforming political discourse in Pakistan. It in compasses major supplementary...

  30. Poverty in Pakistan. Causes and Remedies to Overcome Poverty in Pakistan

    POVERTY IN PAKISTAN CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Poverty Condition in Pakistan 3. Definition 4. Causes of Poverty in Pakistan * Government Policies * Poor Governance * Corruption * Unemployment * Overpopulation * Education 5. Remedies to Overcome Poverty...