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      Pakistan Information
Pakistan is a nation located in South Asia. Formerly it is known as the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. In the early location Pakistan has neolithic Mehrgarh and the bronze era Indus Valley Civilisation. Vedic, Persian, Indo-Greek, Islamic, Turco-Mongol, and Sikh cultures have their influence on the culture of Pakistan. In 1947 Pakistan got its freedom from the British Empire. By the taking up of its formation in 1956, Pakistan developed as an Islamic republic. A war of 1971 resulted in formation of Bangladesh. Pakistan has four provinces and four federal territories. According to the population Pakistan ranks in the sixth position. The majority of people are of Muslim religion Pakistan's past has been illustrated by age of military law, political volatility and clashes with bordering country India. The nation featured many tough troubles together with shortage, illiteracy, dishonesty and violence. The armed forces of Pakistan are the 7th biggest in the world. The single country with bulk of Muslim people to own nuclear weapons is Pakistan. Pakistan has the seventh largest standing armed force and is the only Muslim- majority nation to possess nuclear weapons. It is selected as a chief non-NATO supporter of the United States. It is an initiating associate of the group of the Islamic Conference and an associate of the United Nations, Commonwealth of Nations, Next Eleven economies and the G20 emergent countries.

      Pakistan Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Pakistan's culture is very varied. White Huns, Persians, Arabs, Turks, Mongols and various Eurasian people have been residing in Pakistan from the past. An original picture industry is present in Pakistan, and is called as Lollywood. Music is extremely famous in Pakistan. It has different styles of music in it. It varies from traditional qawalli to western fusion. The pressure of western culture in Pakistan can be observed. Pakistan is a firm Muslim nation and spiritual civilization is esteemed, principally all through the month of Ramadan. The culture during Ramadan is not to consume anything from the sunrise to sunset. The dressing of women is strictly restricted. Shoulders and legs of the women must not be exposed. Men are prohibited wearing shorts. According to Pakistan's culture, it is a sin to accept or present or even eat with left hand. The 17th Century Mughal built Badshahi Mosque, The 17th Century Mughal built Wazir Khan Mosque, The 17th Century Tombs of Jahangir, Asif Khan and Akbari Sarai, Hiran Minar and Tank, built by Mughal Emperor Jahangir in commemoration of his favourite antelope in the city of Sheikhupura, 14th Century Tomb of Hazrat Rukn-e-Alam, One of the world's largest forts in the world, Rani Kot Fort, 17th Century Mughal built Shah Jahan Mosque, located in the ancient city of Thatta, 15th and 18th Century Chaukhandi Tombs of several Sindhi and Balochi tribes, Neolithic archaeological Site of Mehrgarh, Archaeological site of Rehman Dheri, Archaeological site of Harappa, Archaeological site of Ranigat, Shahbazgarhi Rock Edicts, Mansehra Rock Edicts, Baltit Fort, an ancient Tibetan styled fort in the Hunza Valley, Tomb of Bibi Jawindi, Baha'al-Halim and Ustead and the Tomb and Mosque of Jalaluddin Bukhari in Uch Sharif, Port of Banbhore. Cricket is the well liked sport in Pakistan. Field Hockey, Squash and Soccer are the other significant sports played in Pakistan. Polo is assumed to have initiated in the North of Pakistan, and persist to be a significant game. Cricket is administered by the Pakistan Cricket Board.

      Pakistan Demographics
Pakistan Total Population - 184,404,791
Pakistan Male Population - 90,191,466
Pakistan Female Population - 84,387,092
Pakistan Punjabi Population - 82,392,060
Pakistan Pashtun (Pathan) Population - 28,435,218
Pakistan Sindhi Population - 26,001,075
Pakistan Sariaki Population - 15,453,121
Pakistan Muhajirs Population - 13 959 442
Pakistan Balochi Population - 6,583,251
Pakistan Other Population - 11,580,620

      Pakistan Education
The educational system of Pakistan is one of the not up to the mark in the world. The structure of learning was dominated by the British colonial educational system. The majestic system was exclusive. In Pakistan free primary education was made available. The education system of Pakistan was classified into five levels. They are primary, middle, high, intermediate and university programs. At present Pakistan have 730 technical and vocational institutions. The least education to take admission for male in the vocational institutions is the achievement of grade 8, and for female is grade 5. There are around 130 Universities in Pakistan and 71 of them are public universities and 59 are private universities. Free Islamic education to the students is offered by madrassahs. In 1998 the regime of Pakistan started a countrywide program with the plan of destroying illiteracy and supplying a basic learning to each and every child.

Pakistan Symbols

Image of Pakistan flag

Image of Pakistan flower

Image of Pakistan anthem
Pakistan Flag
Pakistan Flower
Common Jasmine
Pakistan Anthem
Qaumi Tarana

Image of Pakistan animal

Image of Pakistan tree

Image of Pakistan bird
Pakistan Animal
Markhor
Pakistan Tree
Deodar
Pakistan Bird
Chukar

Image of Pakistan motto

Image of Pakistan fruit
Pakistan Motto
Unity, Discipline, Faith
Pakistan Fruit
Mangoes

      Pakistan History
The Indus region is recognized by the civilizations along with the Neolithic era's Mehrgarh and the bronze era Indus Valley culture from around 2500-1500 BCE at Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro. The people of Harappan, Indo-Aryans, Persians, Greeks, Sakas, Parthians, Kushans, Hephthalites, Afghans, Arabs, Turks and Mughals were established in the area all over the centuries. Beginning with Patliputra, and further by the Nandas, Mauryas, Sungas, Guptas and the Palas was Pakistan controlled by. The culture of Afghanistan and Iran was dominating in Pakistan in the medieval age as provinces of Punjab and Sindh developed associating by Indo-Islamic people. In olden days Pakistan had a major trading path like Silk Road, Mesopotamia and China. Till 2nd millennium BCE the Indus Valley Empire ruled in Pakistan. Vedic culture was trailed immediately after the Indus valley. In the beginning of eighteenth century Mughal Empire was slowly degrading and the Afghans, Balochis and Sikhs got a chance to work out to be in charge of more than great regions waiting for the British East India Company achieved dominance over South Asia. The final war with the British Raj was the Indian Rebellion of 1857, the Sepoy Mutiny. The Two Nation Theory which guided the Muslim League to accept the Lahore Resolution of 1940, famously recognized as the Pakistan Resolution was initiated by Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Near the starting of the year 1947, Britain concluded to quit law in India. The set up of new state of Pakistan was done on 14 August 1947. The two Muslim-majority divisions in the eastern and northwestern areas of British India and it consist of the provinces of Balochistan, East Bengal, the North-West Frontier Province, West Punjab and Sindh. The notorious, and inopportune, partition of the provinces of Punjab and Bengal reasoned for the common riot transversely in India and Pakistan. The clashes took place in various large states counting in the Muslim-majority Jammu and Kashmir, were the Hindu ruler had agreed to India subsequent to an assault by Pashtun ethnic militias, directing to the First Kashmir conflict in 1948. The nation of Pakistan became Republic in the year 1956. In the year 1965 the second war was held with India. Economic criticism and political oppose in East Pakistan directed to aggressive political anxiety and military oppression that rose as a civil war. The nine months of rebel conflict among the Pakistan Army and the Indian backed Bengali Mukti Bahini militia made the Indian involvement rise into the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, and at last this resulted as Bangladesh, the independent state. Military worries in the Kargil quarrels with India were chased by a Pakistani military takeover in 1999 in which General Pervez Musharraf tacit enormous supervisory commands.

      Pakistan Tourism
The Tourism sector of Pakistan has developed rapidly. Various beautiful sceneries and different culture attract the people to visit Pakistan. The nation's lure collection from the scrap of society like Mohenjo-daro, Harappa and Taxila, to the Himalayan hill stations. The old forts, antique style and the Hunza and Chitral valley are famous in Pakistan. The civilizing and physical multiplicity of Pakistan has widened the nation into a visitor sizzling spot for overseas explorer as well as traveler. Around six places of Pakistan are considered as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. They are Archaeological Ruins at Moenjodaro of the Indus Valley Civilization, 1st Century Buddhist Ruins at Takht-i-Bahi and Neighbouring City Remains at Sahr-i-Bahlol, The ruins of Taxila from the Gandhara Civilization, The Lahore Fort and Shalimar Gardens in Lahore, Historic Monuments of the ancient city of Thatta and The ancient fort of Rohtas. "Visit Pakistan" was initiated by the Prime Minister of Pakistan in the year 2007 to encourage the visitors. Kalam in Khybar Pakhtunkhawa of Pakistan is famous for the landscape, vision and natural exquisiteness. The 17th Century Mughal built Badshahi Mosque, The 17th Century Mughal built Wazir Khan Mosque, The 17th Century Tombs of Jahangir, Asif Khan and Akbari Sarai, Hiran Minar and Tank, built by Mughal Emperor Jahangir in commemoration of his favourite antelope in the city of Sheikhupura, 14th Century Tomb of Hazrat Rukn-e-Alam, One of the world's largest forts in the world, Rani Kot Fort, 17th Century Mughal built Shah Jahan Mosque, located in the ancient city of Thatta, 15th and 18th Century Chaukhandi Tombs of several Sindhi and Balochi tribes, Neolithic archaeological Site of Mehrgarh, Archaeological site of Rehman Dheri, Archaeological site of Harappa, Archaeological site of Ranigat, Shahbazgarhi Rock Edicts, Mansehra Rock Edicts, Baltit Fort, an ancient Tibetan styled fort in the Hunza Valley, Tomb of Bibi Jawindi, Baha'al-Halim and Ustead and the Tomb and Mosque of Jalaluddin Bukhari in Uch Sharif, Port of Banbhore.

      Pakistan Transportation
Transportation in Pakistan is widespread and assorted. The transport system is in its growing stages. The building of new airports, roads, and railway lines has augmented the services in the nation. The national highways and the railway network of the country are constructed prior to nation's independence. Bus travelling is a common feature. The state government handles the railway network. The network is vast and consists of nearly 8,163 km and wide gauge structure. Nearly there are 36 airfields in Pakistan. The transportation section reports nearly 10.5 percent of the nation's GDP and 27.4 percent of Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF) in FY06. More than 6 percent of service is offered in the nation and 12 to 16 percent of the yearly Federal Public Sector Development Program (PSDP) is obtained. The administration organization leads the segment. For the transportation purpose Reyri is even used at present in Pakistan. It is cart with a donkey. Usage of Tangahs is also very common in Pakistan. Yellow taxis can be utilized. The rates can be bargained. Radio cabs are also used in Pakistan. Auto rickshaws are a well-liked means of roaming in cities and are can be seen in nearly all cities and towns of Pakistan.

      Pakistan Taxes
Pakistan Country Corporate Tax - 35%
Pakistan Country Income Tax - 20%
Pakistan Country Sales Tax/ VAT Rate - 16%
Pakistan Country Companies tax - 39%
Pakistan Country Customs duties Tax - 37%

      Pakistan Universities
Air University, Islamabad, Pakistan - 3,500 Students
Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan - 1,806,214 Students
Bahria University, Islamabad, Pakistan - 6,050 Students
COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) - 10,000 Students
Federal Urdu University of Arts, Sciences and Technology, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan - 13,500 Students
International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan - 15,000 Students
National University of Sciences and Technology, Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Karachi, Risalpur, Pakistan - 7,196 Students
Balochistan University of Engineering and Technology, Khuzdar, Balochistan, Pakistan - 1,000 Students
University of Balochistan, Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan - 6,000 Students
Gomal University, Dera Ismail Khan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan - 5667 Students
University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan - 3,083 Students
University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS), Lahore, Pakistan - 3,000 Students
University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila, Punjab, Pakistan - 3,300 Students
University of Sargodha, Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan - 6,500 Students
University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan - 30,000 Students
University of Gujrat, Gujrat, Punjab, Pakistan - 11,560 Students
University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan - 8,865 Students
Dawood College of Engineering and Technology (DCET), Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan - 2,000 Students
Institute of Business Administration, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan - 1,600 Students

      Pakistan Religions
Pakistan Muslim Population is 95%
Pakistan Others Population is 5%

      Pakistan Provinces
Balochistan, Pakistan - Population 6,565,885
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan - Population 17,743,645
Punjab, Pakistan - Population 73,621,290
Sindh, Pakistan - Population 30,439,893

      Pakistan Geography
Pakistan is a country in the South Asia. It has a total area of around 796,095 km2 or 307,374 sq mi. By the area Pakistan is considered as the 36th biggest country in the world. The land border's area is about 6,774 km or 4,209 mi, which includes Afghanistan which has nearly 2,430 km or 1,510 mi, China which has nearly 523 km or 325 mi, India which has nearly 2,912 km or 1,809 mi, Iran which has nearly 909 km or 565 mi. Pakistan region is located in the latitudes 23 and 37 N and longitudes 61 and 78 E. Purely, Pakistan extend beyond with the Indian tectonic shield in the Sindh and Punjab provinces. The natural features of Pakistan is a merger of sceneries diverge from plains to deserts, forests, hills, and plateaus sorting from the coastal regions of the Arabian Sea in the south to the mountains of the Karakoram range in the north. There are three main geographic regions of Pakistan. They are the northern highlands, the Indus River plain, and the Balochistan Plateau. Pakistan's weather differ from steamy to mild with barren surroundings present in the coastal south, exemplify by a torrential rain period with ample precipitation and a dry period with slighter rain. In total Pakistan has four different seasons. They are a cool dry winter, a hot dry spring, the summer rainy season the retreating monsoon period. The rain differs drastically annually and consecutive models of downpour and famine are frequent in Pakistan.

      Pakistan Government
The federal parliamentary system is the regime of Pakistan. The head of state is not elected straightly. The President's rendezvous and period is legitimate superior of the Prime Minister's period. The Prime Minister is generally the head of the major gathering in the National Assembly and is support by a cabinet of ministers strained from both chambers of the national government. The National Assembly elections that were held in October 2002 had 91 women elected to its legislative body - the major figure and fraction of women in the legislative body of any Muslim-majority nation. Suspend Pakistan's foundation by proclaimed a state of emergency. In the wide-ranging range held in February 2008, the party of assassinated leader Benazir Bhutto, Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians (PPPP) succeeded with 123 seats in the National congregation as the Pakistan Muslim League (N) of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif triumph 91 seats in the National Assembly. The regime convened the national congregation, or minor dwelling of parliament, to be seated on August 11. Capt. Wasif Syed, orator for the Pakistan People's Party declared: "A conclusion is ready which he has to set out at this instant, and each and every group have approved on this point."

      Pakistan Parks
There are around 25 protected regions called as the national Parks. The provisional regime protects nearly 19 of the total national parks. A fresh method for the protection of National Parks was initiated by IUCN. The major national parks of Pakistan are Kirthar National Park, Khunjerab National Park, Chitral Gol National Park, Lal Suhanra National Park, Hazarganji-Chiltan National Park, Margalla Hills National Park, Ayubia National Park and Deosai National Park. The other national parks are Ayub, Central Karakorum, Chinji, Deva Vatala, Dhrun, Ghamot, Gurez, Hingol, K2, Kala Chitta, Lulusar-Dudipatsar, Machiara, Pir Lasura, Saiful Muluk, Shandur-Hundrup, Sheikh Buddin and Toli Pir. Lal Suhanra is the oldest park in Pakistan. This park is situated in Bahawalpur District of Pakistan and is the single biosphere reserve in the country. Gilgit Baltistan is at present the biggest national park. The least national park is the Ayub, and has a total area of 931 hectares or 2,300.6 acres. The region of National Park is exclusive for wonderful attractive worth and normal exquisiteness where the scenery, flora and fauna are confined and conserved in a natural condition. Some of the rules followed to guard the national parks are farming, mining or permitting contaminated water to surge in National Parks is also forbidden.

      Pakistan Economy
The economy of Pakistan is partially developed. In the late 1990s the thoughtless strategies directed to decelerate in economy. Comprehensive fiscal modifications effected in a well-built economic viewpoint and picked the pace particularly in the modern and economic services sectors. The economic conditions have been developed in the distant trade place and quick development from the 1990s. The economy of Pakistan stands in the 48th position in the world whereas in the South Asia the economy is second largest. The formation of the Pakistan's financial system has altered from a largely farming support to a tough service support. Major overseas reserves are telecommunications, real estate and energy. Some of the additional industries comprise of attire and textiles food processing, chemicals manufacture, and the iron and steel industries. Pakistan is a speedily mounting nation. There was economic declination in the year 2008. Price rises was the major fear with the public, climbing from 7.7% in 2007 to more than 13% in 2010. The regime approved to a global fiscal support deputy pact in November 2008 in reply to a steadiness of expenses emergency, but in the year 2009-10 its existing explanation reinforced and overseas substitute treasury become stable - principally as of the decreased oil rates and documentation allowance from employees in a foreign country. Textiles reports for the majority of Pakistan's export wages, but Pakistan's breakdown to develop a realistic export foot for additional creation is not there in the nation susceptible to transfer in world requirement. The supplementary extended period tackled incorporating and mounting savings in learning, healthcare, and electricity fabrication, and plummeting reliance on distant supporter.

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