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  • pakistan

    the literacy rate of the population is 62.3% as of 2018. the rate of male literacy is 72.5% while the rate of literacy is 51.8%. literacy rates vary by region and particularly by sex; as one example, tribal areas literacy is 9.5%, while azad jammu & kashmir has a literacy rate of 74%.

  • pakistan

    pakistan, officially the islamic republic of pakistan, is a country in south asia.it is the world’s sixth-most populous country with a population exceeding 212.7 million people. in area, it is the 33rd-largest country, spanning 881,913 square kilometres 340,509 square miles .pakistan has a 1,046-kilometre 650-mile coastline along the arabian sea and gulf of oman in the south and is .

  • rampur, uttar pradesh

    rampur / ˈ r ɑː m p ʊər / pronunciation help · info is a city and a municipality headquarter of rampur district in the indian state of uttar pradesh.it was formerly known for its various industries, including sugar refining and cotton milling. its library has more than 12,000 rare manuscripts and a fine collection of mughal miniature paintings.. it is the administrative headquarters .

  • rampur, uttar pradesh

    rampur / ˈ r ɑː m p ʊər / pronunciation help · info is a city, and the municipality headquarter of rampur district in the indian state of uttar pradesh.it was formerly known for its various industries, like sugar refining and cotton milling. its library has more than 12,000 rare manuscripts and a fine collection of mughal miniature paintings.. it is the administrative headquarter of .

  • mardan

    the nearby uneco world heritage site of takht-i-bahi was established as a monastery around 46 ce. the bakhshali manuscript, which contains the earliest record of the use of the number 0 in the indian subcontinent, was found near mardan in 1891, and dates from the 3rd or 4th century ce. the nearby kashmir smast caves served buddhist hermit monks, and dates from the 4th to 9th century ce.

  • textile industry

    factories do not comply with safety standards, leading to accidents: in 2012, 255 workers died in a fire at a karachi factory. with 547 labour inspectors in pakistan supervising the country's 300,000 factories, the textile industry is out of control. nor are workers protected by trade unions, which are prohibited in industrial export zones.

  • list of power stations in pakistan

    pakistan has an installed electricity generation capacity of 33,836 mw in 2018. furnace oil 16 percent , hydel 27 percent , natural gas 12 percent , lng 26 percent , coal 9 percent , renewable solar & wind 5 percent and nuclear 5 per cent are the principal sources.

  • list of riots

    november 2017: after the team of morocco qualified for the 2018 fifa world cup with a 2–0 victory over ivory coast, the celebrations by the moroccan community in brussels turned into a riot with cars burnt and shoops looted by some 300 rioters and 20 police officers injured.

  • list of structural failures and collapses

    february 2018 learn how and when to remove this template message it has been suggested that portions of this article be split out into articles titled list of bridge failures , dam failure , list of catastrophic collapses of radio masts and towers and list of aircraft structural failures .

  • date palm

    they do not all ripen at the same time so several harvests are required. to obtain fruit of marketable quality, the bunches of dates must be thinned and bagged or covered before ripening so that the remaining fruits grow larger and are protected from weather and animals, such as birds, that also eat them.

  • salt march

    the salt march, also known as the salt satyagraha, dandi march and the dandi satyagraha, was an act of nonviolent civil disobedience in colonial india led by mohandas karamchand gandhi.the 24-day march lasted from 12 march 1930 to 6 april 1930 as a direct action campn of tax resistance and nonviolent protest against the british salt monopoly.another reason for this march was that the civil .

  • pakistan steel mills

    pakistan steel mills corporation pvt. limited urdu: پاکستان سٹیل ملز ‎ , also known as pak steels, is a producer of long rolled steel and heavy metal products and entities in the country.. headquartered in karachi, sindh province of pakistan, the psm is the current largest industrial mega-corporation, having a production capacity of 1.1–5.0 million tonnes of steel and iron .

  • wikipedia:in the news/candidates/november 2018

    support removal no longer really in the news, has been 'ongoing' for long enough --dannys712 22:03, 28 november 2018 utc support removal - as above, no longer of significance required for the main page, no longer in the news. stormy clouds 11:03, 29 november 2018 utc

  • punjab, pakistan

    despite the lack of a coastline, punjab is the most industrialised province of pakistan; its manufacturing industries produce textiles, sports goods, heavy machinery, electrical appliances, surgical instruments, vehicles, auto parts, metals, sugar mill plants, aircraft, cement, agricultural machinery, bicycles and rickshaws, floor coverings, and processed foods. in 2003, the province manufactured 90% of the paper and paper boards, 71% of the fertilizers, 69% of the sugar and 40% of the .

  • shaukat aziz

    shaukat aziz urdu: شوکت عزیز ‎; born 6 march 1949 is a pakistani economist and financier who served as 17th prime minister of pakistan from 20 august 2004 to 15 november 2007, as well as the a finance minister of pakistan from 6 november 1999 to 15 november 2007. during his childhood he studied at st patrick's high school, karachi.

  • list of structural failures and collapses

    this is a list of structural failures and collapses, including some aircraft, bridges, dams, and radio masts/towers. this list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. 1 buildings and other fixed man-made structures. 1.1 antiquity – middle ages. 1.2 17th century – 19th century. 1.3 1900s–1950s. 1.4 1960s–1970s. 1.5 1980s–1990s.

  • rampur, uttar pradesh

    rampur / ˈrɑːmpʊər / pronunciation help·info is a city, and the municipality headquarter of rampur district in the indian state of uttar pradesh. it was formerly known for its various industries, like sugar refining and cotton milling. its library has more than 12,000 rare manuscripts and a fine collection of mughal miniature paintings.

  • list of riots

    this list needs additional citations for verification. please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. unsourced material may be challenged and removed. this is a chronological list of known riots . this section needs expansion. you can help by adding to it. paul revere 's engraving of the boston massacre.

  • planned community

    a planned community, planned city, or planned town is any community that was carefully planned from its inception and is typically constructed on previously undeveloped land. this contrasts with settlements that evolve in a more ad hoc and organic fashion.. the term new town refers to planned communities of the new towns movement in particular, mainly in the united kingdom.

  • textile industry

    factories do not comply with safety standards, leading to accidents: in 2012, 255 workers died in a fire at a karachi factory. with 547 labour inspectors in pakistan supervising the country's 300,000 factories, the textile industry is out of control. nor are workers protected by trade unions, which are prohibited in industrial export zones .