pakistan chrome mines ltd. is a mining company incorporated in the islamic republic of pakistan.the company owns and operates chromite and magnesite mines in balochistan province.it was initially incorporated as baluchistan chrome mines ltd in 1902 during colonial rule.
duki is the best private mining valley in pakistan. more than 50% of the labor is from afghanistan. musakhael. kingri sub-tehsil of musakhel district is located on the borders of punjab province. in the early 1980s coal exploro tion started, but ended due to poor roads.
jaggery is made of the products of sugarcane and the toddy palm tree. the sugar made from the sap of the date palm is more prized and less commonly available outside of the regions where it is made. the toddy palm is tapped for producing jaggery in india, bangladesh, pakistan, nepal, and sri lanka.
this list of mines in pakistan is subsidiary to the list of mines article and lists working, defunct and future mines in the country and is organised by the primary mineral output. for practical purposes stone, marble and other quarries may be included in this list.
crocodylus palustris mugger crocodile, indian crocodile, indus crocodile or marsh crocodile -'national reptile of pakistan' family gavialidae gharials - 1 species gavialis gangeticus indian gavial or gharial order squamata. around 153 species of squamata are found in pakistan. suborder lacertilia
this article lists inventions and discoveries made by scientists with pakistani nationality within pakistan and outside the country, as well as those made in the territorial area of what is now pakistan prior to the independence of pakistan in 1947.
india is pakistan's primary geographic neighbour and primary strategic competitor, helping drive pakistan's conventional warfare capability and nuclear weapons development: the two countries share an 1800-mile border and have suffered a violent history—four wars in less than seven decades. the past three decades have seen india's economy eclipse that of pakistan's, allowing the former to outpace the latter in defence expenditure at a decreasing share of gdp.