We reached Rawalpindi at 10 o’ clock.Those days were most well-spent days of my life.We rested for a while in Rawalpindi and purchased many things of daily needs.It will be commemorating me of the switching beauty of Murree forever, because; “A thing of beauty is a joy forever.In our ten days visit of Murree Hills, we enjoyed hiking, and did a lot of shopping from Murree Mall.
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Originally, the federal territory of Islamabad was supposed to include the city of Rawalpindi, which adjoins the capital to the south, but it was decided to separate them.The territory is also represented by four parliamentarians in the Senate, elected by the National Assembly from a list.Center of political power, it adjoins the city of Rawalpindi which is the center of military power.Two of them are reserved seats, one for a woman and the other for an ulema.The Federal Territory of Islamabad was created in 1960 by amputating part of the area of the Rawalpindi district in the Punjab province and of the Haripur district in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
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Thus since the beginning of 2007, very sharp tensions have crystallized around the Red Mosque (or Lal Mosque).The current population of Islamabad “alone” (ie without Rawalpindi) is estimated to be between 673,766 inhabitants and over one million inhabitants.Located in the north of the country, near the border with India, it is in the Federal Territory of Islamabad and adjoins the city of Rawalpindi.A group of town planners (Doxiadis Associates), responsible for the creation of the new city, drew up a plan based on a grid which also included Rawalpindi; in the long term, it was expected that Islamabad would end up girdling and integrating Rawalpindi geographically but also administratively.If the two cities are adjacent to each other and ...
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Email: [email protected] com ***** M. Ed Student, Foundation University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Rawalpindi.Joint Information Systems Committee (Great Britain).Email: [email protected] com *** P. Mhil Scholar, Foundation University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Rawalpindi.Library Trends, 47 (1), 21-41. .Email: [email protected] com ** Dean, Foundation University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Rawalpindi.
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Similarly, it was observed that working hours of labor are seriously affected by the incidence of such diseases.Pollution is a negative characteristic of environment which causes degradation and affects the activities of individuals living in the environment.Income of household’s did not show significant response towards diseases, this result is justified by the logic, as when any member of family gets ill, other members or he/she himself try to earn more to meet health expenditure.It was a micro level study conducted in the district of Rawalpindi.Clean environment is the pre-requisite for the citizens to play some constructive role in nation’s development.
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Several things can cause loss of aggregate cover including weather too cool, fast traffic permitted on the new surface treatment too soon, a surface absorbing part of the asphalt, aggregates that are too dusty or too dry etc.The Safari Valley is located in Southern part of Rawalpindi City, adjacent to Takht Pari forest on Japan Road.Some of the asphalt pavement distresses such as corrugations, depressions, up heave, potholes and raveling occur most frequently in the pavement constructed with surface treatments.Bleeding is identified by the pavement surface with a stick, glassy appearance that may be sticky to touch and usually occurs in hot weather .The most common cause of bleeding is excess asphalt in one or more of the pavement course...
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Four other cities exceed one million inhabitants, namely Faisalabad, Rawalpindi and Gujranwala all located in the north, as well as Multan in the south.Most are located in Lahore, but there are also many in Rawalpindi and Faisalabad for example.List of some universities: .In addition, of the hundred most important cities in the country, 60 are also in the province.The province is divided into 36 districts.
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Philip Morris Pakistan has perennially been the number two player in the Pakistani tobacco industry, outshone by the Pakistan Tobacco Company, the local subsidiary of British American Tobacco.7 billion during the first nine months of 2011.Industry insiders say that Pakistan Tobacco has better market penetration with its higher-end brands than Philip Morris.9 billion during the same period.Philip Morris got into a cut-through price war with Pakistan Tobacco over the lower-end brands,” said one person familiar with the matter.
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The weather will affect the inbound tourists as well as domestic tourists, because of the climate in the UK the weather is always changing and therefore it can never be assured that you will have the same weather all day, because of this factor many domestic tourists will choose to travel to countries abroad in hope for sun.The weather: .Countries in Asia and Africa are the largest growing group of tourists.The UK is very different to the countries that are the new growing market and they therefore are getting the experience of trying a new lifestyle.The outbound factors are; the exchange rate, travel restrictions, emergence of new markets, competition from other destinations and the weather.
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Interview through questionnaire will be undertaken from different income groups of the people living in Rawalpindi to gather the data on factors effecting consumption of household.Due to non availability of second hand data on variables like family size and age, and income survey will be conducted in Rawalpindi.The sample data on the variables will be collected by interviewing different people through questionnaire from the different class of people residing in Rawalpindi and also from secondary sources on monthly basis so that model shall gives true picture regarding the society behavior of the factors affecting consumption.Retrieved from website worldbank.org/data-catalog/world-development-indicator/wdi-2013.Thomas, & Duncan (1993)...
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It is important to remember that the air masses bring different weather depending on the season, so the seasons are actually affecting the air masses themselves and the extent to which they affect UK weather and climate.Therefore, the air mass is broadly described as ‘warm and wet’, bringing warm and muggy weather in the summer with temperatures of 25?C, and mild and damp weather in the winter with temperatures of 15?C.They are regular occurrences and so contribute to the overall pattern of weather over a long period i.e.The weather that the air masses bring is dependent upon the climatic conditions in the source area, the season, and the vertical characteristics of the atmosphere at the time.Overall, it seems that the air masses do have...
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There are so many problems regarding different culture, different accents of language, and weather etc comes in her way.Threats: The client doesn’t know the rules and regulations and the laws of the foreign country, the condition of weather, the transport system and problems related to health.The graph depicts a variable difference of 35% among Britain and India.So client has to understand the culture of Britain for better progress in work.Indian weather is hot whereas in UK, it is just opposite cold and dry.
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Scrooge is today a household name in Britain and is universally understood to describe the ‘humbugs’ of Christmas.“No warmth could warm him, no wintry weather chill him.The reader realizes at this point perhaps why Scrooge became the bitter man he is as we see “A solitary child, neglected by his friends, is left there still”.This series of negatives and comparisons to weather clearly illustrates to the reader the wretched and poignant man that is Scrooge.His Novel A Christmas Carol has changed and captivated Christmas traditions throughout Britain and helped to establish ‘the spirit of Christmas’ that many of us adopt and celebrate today and this is why he is known by many as ‘The man who invented Christmas’.
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Put all the pieces together and it is obvious that the French & Indian War was the main cause of the change in relationship between Great Britain and Her colonies.Cold weather is coming on apace, which will make us look round about us and put [on] our winter clothing, and we shall stand in need of good liquors for to keep our spirits on cold winter’s days.The war created the need for the taxation of the Colonies, the Americans began to resent Britain for taxing them to pay for the war that was fought to protect the Colonies, the Americans refused to pay the taxes and follow the laws, this caused economic problems in both places.The English were saturated with American goods, they could not buy any more American products and instead o...
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A bowler is a typical symbol for Great Britain, the famous actor Charlie Chaplin wearied it.I think this stereotype has also a true core, because the majority of British are proud of Queen Elisabeth, Prince William and Kate.In the second picture we can find the prejudice “It rains whole time in Great Britain” and the bowler protects the British from rain.In General stereotypes allow people to quickly process new information about an event or a person, but they cause people to exaggerate differences between groups.In my opinion the cartoon is effective, because we can find a lot of stereotypes and the cartoonist shows them in an ironic, funny and exaggerating way.I think this stereotype has a true core, because the British Prime Minister ...
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May Her Soul Rest In Peace,Amen .After two years at the Rawalpindi Presentation Convent, she was sent to the Jesus and Mary Convent at Murree.The party leadership agreed that his father, Asif Ali Zardari, would serve as acting chairman of the party until Bilawal completes his studies in England.The loss of the country’s most popular democratic leader plunged Pakistan into turmoil, intensifying the dangerous instability of a nuclear-armed nation in a highly volatile region.Political Testament: In her political testament, Benazir Bhutto identified her son, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, as her choice to succeed her as Chairman of the PPP.
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By reading the British Press on a day-to-day basis people are being mindlessly reminded that Britain meant to be the centre of world’s nations to them which things happening locally within the Britain are important to them.‘The relationship between the media and the nation is being made ever more complex through the widespread use of the internet (Eriksen, 2007 cited in Skey, 2009:336), satellite broadcasting (Madianou, 2005 cited in Skey, 2009:336), mobile phones etc’; It means that people in a nation have more choices to receive various information from other part of the world but not just from the national-operated media.The Turkish Newspapers usually use an unlabelled map of Turkey to report the weather which ‘reinforce and naturaliz...
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At the end of the day I still want to live in Britain because I know that I will have a lot of advantages in this country and it will be a great asset to me in the future.I just feel sorry for the people who turned back because they are missing a lot.Britain also has a problem with asylum seekers because the country has to give them free medical etc.Some people think positively about it and some people negatively but that is your own choice if you want to enjoy this new experience or not.If you have completed your studies in a countyr like Britain, you will have an international degree which means that you can work any where in the world without having to do an exam again.
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It is the time when warmer weather begins and flowers and trees start to blossom.For some people, however, it is just a welcome day off to enjoy the spring weather or work in the garden.If the weather is fine, many families go for a picnic and enjoy their meal in the open.There are fewer public holidays in Great Britain than in other European countries.People danced around the tree poles in celebration of the end of winter and the start of the fine weather that would allow planting to begin.
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In Haig’s eyes this needed to be a battle crucial to the end of the war for the army as well as Britain.These were impossible to dig at Passchendaele due to the weather conditions, which had previously brought extreme winters with heavy rain and very low temperatures.This tactic was shown up later by Plumer’s step-by-step progress to successfully take the ridge.This was one of Haig’s tactics that was costly in terms of the amount of casualties but in doing so may have contributed to the end of the war.He needed another important victory on the way to the coast that would lift the morale of both the army and the government and civilians back in Britain.
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Britain has declared that she has a right (not only to TAX) but “to BIND us in ALL CASES WHATSOEVER” and if being bound in that manner, is not slavery, then is there not such a thing as slavery upon earth.10.Paine uses the aphorism “the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph” to express his belief that hardships faced by the American forces during the war will make their eventual victory more meaningful.He says that British rule over the colonies is like slavery or bondage.3.According to the first paragraph, what has Britain declared?He states that no man or king should have such unlimited power as the Britain to bind man in “all cases whatsoever” to “his absolute will.” .
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November 2009 Rawalpindi bombing .The World Economic Forum produced the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report in 2009.Pakistan ranked 113 out of 130 countries on the List of Global countries chart which should be visited and which are the great deal of Tourism activities.Pakistan is one of the very few countries which is not only blessed by Cultural Heritage, Old Civilizations, Landscapes, Archaeological Ruins and Historic Monuments but also blessed by almost all kinds of weather and geographical areas.On the other side Pakistan’s neighbor India ranked 11th in the Asian region and 62nd in the world overall.
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The city was largely won by the Muslim League of Pakistan (N) in the 2013 parliamentary elections, in the constituencies of the National Assembly.The city is one of the few in the country to have an urban plan.Since the 2018 electoral redistribution, the city is represented by the two constituencies no 77 and 78 in the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab.In the 2018 legislative elections, they were won by a candidate from the Pakistan Justice Movement and one from the Pakistan Muslim League (N).Industry also occupies a relatively important place, with a plant for pesticides, textiles and plastics in particular.
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However, Malaysia's exposure also granted vulnerability and eventual colonialism under multiple countries, most notably Great Britain.As hypostyle Mosques began to dilapidate from the harsh tropical weather in Malaysia, with flat roofs flooding and sand constructed minarets crumbling, Indonesian architecture began to take over.Malaysia's transformation .Malaysia is the most populated country in South East Asia.When describing and picturing Islam, most rely on the image of white cloaked people trotting hills of sand.
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Nature, 1995, 378, 139 Taylor, A. H. , Colebrook, J. M. , Stephens, J.J. of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 1992, 72, 919-921. .A. and N. G. Baker, Latitudinal displacements of the Gulf Stream and the abundance of plankton in the north-east Atlantic.Work Cited George, D. G. and A. H. Taylor, UK lake plankton and the Gulf Stream.This has made the circulation to slow down and if it remains so the temperatures in some countries are likely to drop like in Britain.
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The government should enforce shutting down businesses and forbidding excessive and unnecessary lighting during late hours.The idea to install the RDF plant in Rawalpindi came after Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif visited Iranian city Mashad previous year where waste was converted into energy.The Waste Management of Pakistan (WMP) was declared successful bidder to install the first solid waste converter technology in Rawalpindi, generating refuse-derived fuel (RDF) from municipal waste such as plastics and biodegradable items.Zoning should be enforced in cities.Wasteful consumption such as businesses remaining open till late at night and unnecessarily brightly lit also contribute to losses.
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Ten different students of third grade to sixth grade shall be randomly select for the assessments from ten different schools of Islamabad and Rawalpindi.They can also experience failure, and shameful attitudes from parents and adults.The skinner’s theories of reinforcement play a large role in the education discipline and for the student achievement.The parents need counseling and training in application of behavioral techniques for modification and changing their own behavior towards their children.Reinforcement is a positive way to achieve the goal in classroom setting and even individually if the individual facing is learning difficulties.
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Industrial Revolution required a steady and constant supply of raw material Britain itself did not have many raw materials, its weather and landscape did not allow her to grow fine cottons or sugar which were in great demand and valuable back in 18th century.For example, India had the fine cotton but they still had to buy cotton goods from Britain because it did not have the technology and manufacturing skills.Industrial Revolution made Britain the largest supply of most manufacture goods, most countries had to buy British goods.The army also kept Britain safe from the Napoleonic War.Generally, the living standard in Britain increased and therefore people were willing and had the ability to raise children.
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news to check the weather forecast.In 1935, the first radar systems are installed in Great Britain, .the ground, we track planes, weather, ships, and many Intercontinental Ballistic .Radar: The Silent Detector, 96 pp., ills., Lucent Books, .key role in our day-to-day lives.
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2014; 10(3): 161-1641 .In our study the germinal centers were not explored.The study was conducted at Islamic International Medical College Rawalpindi from July 2011 to June 2013. .Like the vermiform appendix, the Peyer’ patches (Lymphoid nodules) which are concentrated at distal 25cm of ileum are more numerous in young adults and they become less prominent as age advances.This study was conducted at Islamic International Medical College Rawalpindi from July 2011 to June 2013.
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