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Gen Amir Riaz Awarded Pakistani scientist Imran Khan

The Commander of Southern Command, Lt Gen Aamir Riaz, met young Pakistani scientist Imran Khan Yousufzai here on Tuesday and congratulated him for bringing laurels for the country. Gen Aamir paid utmost respect to the scientist and AWARDED. General Aamir Riaz congratulated the young Pakistani scientist and his parents for upholding the name of Pakistan on international level through his...

Promote Business in Top Low Cost Ways

Successful Business Promotions Key. To run a successful Promote Business campaign as practicing scales is to playing the Guitar well; it might not be a thrilling idea in itself, but you just need to do it! You must spend at least an hour on business promotion/planning on daily basis, how to promote your business. and its Good, if you can fit the time...

People of Pakistan

People of Pakistan has one of the world's most rapidly growing populations. Its people are a mixture of many ethnic groups, a result of the occupation of the region by groups passing through on their way to India. The Pathans (Pashtuns) of the northwest are a large, indigenous group that has long resisted advances by invaders and that has...

Government of Pakistan

Government of Pakistan is governed under the constitution of 1973 as amended, which provides for a federal parliamentary form of government. The president, who is head of state, is elected to a five-year term by an electoral college drawn from the national parliament and provincial assemblies. The government is headed by the prime minister, who is selected by the...

Land of Pakistan

The country has a generally hot and dry climate, with desert conditions prevailing throughout much of the area. Along the western border and in a section of the north are semiarid steppelands and deserts; a subtropical climate with marked summer rainfall is found in a small section of the northeast along the Himalayan foothills; and a mountain climate that...

Pakistan’s Introduction

Pakistan (păkˈĭstănˌ, päkĭstänˈ) , officially Islamic Republic of Pakistan, republic (2005 est. pop. 162,420,000), 310,403 sq mi (803,944 sq km), S Asia. Pakistan is bordered by India on the east, the Arabian Sea on the south, Iran on the southwest, and Afghanistan on the west and north; in the northeast is the disputed territory (with India) of Kashmir, of which...

Pakistan’s Economy

Agriculture is the mainstay of Pakistan's economy, employing more than 40% of the population. Cotton, wheat, rice, sugarcane, fruits, vegetables, and tobacco are the chief crops, and cattle, sheep, and poultry are raised. There is also a fishing industry. Most of Pakistan's agricultural output comes from the Indus basin. The country is now self-sufficient in food, as vast irrigation schemes...