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    Introduction to Housing Schemes

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    administered by Pakistan Army which was developed for current and retired military personnel. It is famous in all major cities of Pakistan which are as follow; Karachi Lahore Islamabad- Rawalpindi Defense Housing Authority Lahore Defense Housing Authority Lahore is well developed housing scheme in the south of capital of Punjab Lahore. It was established in the year 1975 and the opening of this well developed housing authority was held on 19th March 1975. Under the Pakistan Army supervision this housing

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    period in the ancient Ajanta Caves telling the stories of Ghutam Buddha and his teachings. Other prominent buildings of the Mughal era are: Red fort (Lal quila) built in 1638-1648 in Old Delhi-India and Badshahi Mosque built in 1671-1673 in Lahore-Pakistan. In Lahore, Pakistan: Mughal Fresco paintings are found on the walls of many buildings like the Badshahi mosque, Shahi QIla, Wazir Khan Mosque, Maryam Zamani Masjid and the Shalimar garden. These paintings are of fruits, trees, flowers, plants and

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    Moniza Alvi's Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan Moniza Alvi was born in Lahore, in Pakistan, the daughter of a Pakistani father and an English mother. She moved to Hatfield in England when she was a few months old. She didn't revisit Pakistan until after the publication of her first book of poems, The Country over my Shoulder, from which this poem comes. The poet says: 'Presents from My Aunts... was one of the first poems I wrote - when I wrote this poem I hadn't actually been back to

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    When thinking of genocides, the genocide most known around the world is the Holocaust. As it it the biggest genocide that took place and hopefully the last one to take place. However, there have been plenty of genocides that happened after the Holocaust. These genocides have in occur in places like the Middle East, Africa, and South America, where the governments have little connection to the people. These governments, since they are in control, can gain the power to do anything. Sometimes, they

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    1991 Askari Bank was incorporated in Pakistan, as a public limited company. On April 1, 1992 it commenced operations, and is principally engaged in the business of banking, as defined in the Banking Companies Ordinance, 1962. The Bank is listed on Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad Stock Exchanges. Askari Bank has since expanded into including 34 dedicated Islamic banking branches, a network of 261 branches / sub branches, and a wholesale bank branch in Bahrain. In Pakistan supports the delivery channels

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    I belong to Shahdara which is the northern suburb of Lahore, Pakistan. The word Shahdara refers King’s way. In the 15th century, it was the gateway between Mughal Empire & Lahore. It is famous for quite a few significant Mughal architectural puts. Shahdara Bagh also is one of most popular and prominent spot. Although this habitation was formerly built on the Ravi River bank, it is at this time situated in the middle of the river near the Ravi Bridge due to variations in the river's course Current

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    Before I Die

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    to Pakistan. My father and his entire extended family fled from there in 1947, when India gained independence and was partitioned into Muslim Pakistan and mostly Hindu India. It was not a trip we had been expecting to take. My father's family left Lahore, where they had thought they would live their whole lives, after what the departing British had envisioned as an orderly exchange of minority populations exploded into a cycle of brutality and retaliation engulfing both new countries. They went first

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    Statement of Purpose

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    After attaining a first class undergraduate degree in Applied Psychology from Kinnaird College, Lahore, Pakistan, I felt I should gain some practical experience and first-hand knowledge of what the life of a psychology degree holder entails. I have an overall work experience of almost two years as a Pre-school Story Teacher, Human Resource Officer and Examinations Coordinator. I want to return to academic studies and undertake graduate degree in Organizational and Social psychology so that I am able

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    they normal states, I think this job is well done” (The nation, 2011). Afsheen Naz in 2012 conducted a studied and findings are based on a perception survey in which 50 Pakistani professionals were interviewed from four cities Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, and Rawalpindi The perceptions of the stakeholders in the Pakistan about the current level of trade tells that they are not particularly satisfied with either multilateral or regional arrangements that are in place. Even on bilateral trade,

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    This article has been written on August 31, 2012 in The Friday Times by Yasser Latif Hamdani. He (born 5 June 1980) is a lawyer and writer based in Lahore, Pakistan. He has been writing for The Friday Times. As a lawyer, he has argued several public interest litigations before the Lahore High Court, including the Bhagat Singh case and the YouTube case where he is arguing for unblocking of the website. He is also well known for his advocacy for an end to persecution of the Ahmadis in Pakistan and

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