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  • Pakistan And The Climate Of Pakistan

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    Pakistan is located in the temperate area on the planet. The climate of Pakistan is generally divided by two main seasons of cold winter and hot summer. Pakistan has a huge variation among extremes of the temperature. A little rainfall also takes place in Pakistan’s different parts of the country. Pakistan has four seasons; winter, summer, spring and autumn. The winter season or cool winter starts from December and ends in February, the dry spring starts from march through may, the summer or rainy

  • The, Pakistan, And Pakistan Essay

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    Manzoor et al (2013) reported that Pir Lisura N. Park, AJK, Pakistan area has 159 species of vascular plants, belonging to 83 different families which includes 48 species of trees, 38 shrubs, 61 herbs, 7 grasses, 1 epiphyte and 4 ferns. Among trees 2 species of gymnosperms which are widely distributed on all mountain slopes and most frequently exploited for timber. Other 46 tree species are angiosperms which occur in selected patches of favourable habitat, mostly associated with human settlements

  • Why Pakistan Matters? Pakistan Essay

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    Why Pakistan Matters? Pakistan matters because this country is the corridor between the Eastern Asia and the Middle East. It is one of the seven declared nuclear weapon states with one of the largest armies in the world. Pakistan is important because it has been part of five declared wars in the past sixty years with its neighboring country, India. The country is also at war with few of the most dangerous terrorist groups in the world like Al-Qaeda, Taliban, etc. It is one of the main allies of the

  • Culture of Pakistan

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    and beliefs." PAKISTANI CULTURE Pakistan is the country full of natural and cultural wealth. Pakistan has its own unique and specific cultural identification.

  • India Pakistan Negotiation is Best in the Interest of Pakistan

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    India Pakistan Negotiation is Best in the Interest of Pakistan The ongoing rivalry and military grievances between India and Pakistan have compelled both the countries to invest a considerable amount of their resources into defense which could be better utilized in initiating development projects. Decades of internal political disputes and low levels of foreign investment have led to slow growth and underdevelopment in Pakistan. Agriculture accounts for more than one-fifth of output

  • Life and Pakistan

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    Pakistan displays some of Asia’s most magnificent landscapes as it stretches from the Arabian Sea, its southern border, to some of the world’s most spectacular mountain ranges in the north. Pakistan is also home to sites that date back to word’s earliest settlements rivaling those of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia . When Pakistan emerged on the map of the world as a sovereign and independent state in August 1947, it was like a baby in ICU with hardly any prospect of survival, on account of its extremely

  • Policy In Pakistan

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    US policy in Pakistan largely centres around expending military aid to combat regional terrorism and facilitate peace in Afghanistan. However, it has hardly achieved any tangible results. The Pakistani army, which supersedes it’s elected government, diverted these funds towards anti-India terror factions for covert proxy wars due to it’s historic rivalry with India. These terror factions carried out the Mumbai terror attacks in 2008, attracting censure from Pakistan’s civilians and international

  • The Partition Of India And Pakistan

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    India and Pakistan have been at odds for over seven decades since the partition that caused each to define itself in opposition to the other, and they have fought four wars since. The primary point of contention between the two countries is the Kashmir dispute, which dates back to 1947. After the Indian subcontinent divided, there was the issue of 650 states existing within the two newly independent countries. These states, which were each run by separate monarchies, had the choice to decide which

  • India and Pakistan Negotiations

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    There have been numerous negotiations taken place between India and Pakistan since 1947. They have ranged from inconsequential issues such as Border Railway Crossing and Time Tables to highly disputatious ones like National Security interests including Nuclear Confidence building measures and to the highly infamous Kashmir issue. Before discussing the negotiations which occurred over the Kashmir issue, we need to know the origin of the Kashmir problem! A Walk into the History After the departure

  • Characteristics Of Culture Of Pakistan

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    of the people. Today’s Army faces many demanding operating environments, each packed with its own challenge of understanding the unique people and culture present in the area. Pakistan is one of these theatres of operation, strategically located within the continent of

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