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  • Asked 2 days ago in Advice.

    Pakistan: NGOs Directory / List


    www.ngo.com.pk/

    This website is a comprehensive directory of all the major NGOs and NPOs working in Pakistan. You will find list of NGOs categorized according to area or work …
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  • Asked on January 8, 2019 in Food.

    n this new world order annexation of countries by war is impossible as a number of countries developed nuclear and other lethal weapons. Economic warfare is the best thing a country can do to annex others land. China is doing the same thing. It funded a tiny African nation called Djibouti for infra projects but it took a sizable land as the country is unable to pay dues.now China is establishing naval port there. Similarly srilanka was made bankrupt. Malaysia oflate woke up and rejected some of the proposals. The latest victim is Pakistan. It needs to pay billions of dollars to China for CPEC.Now it is requesting for a bailout to the IMF. Saudi Arabia helped with 6 billion us dollars to ease its economic slide. Anyway China is making the maximum advantage to transport its excess production to Pakistan through CPEC. China actually has much more ambitious projects like OBOR through Pakistan to sell its products to farther countries. It uses its technology, materials, labour,and logistics in CPEC so that it can aquire maximum benefit even if the project is not up to Pakistan’s expectations. Now Pakistan scaled down some infrastructure projects as it has no funds. But it’s too late. China is very clever and it will *** the blood of Pakistan soon forget about eating its food.

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  • Asked on January 8, 2019 in History.
    • Indira Gandhi and Indian army did the most badass thing during 1970s. Even Nixon could not hold his frustration and called Indira an old witch.
    • This was an era when India was recovering from Chinese war defeat of 1962.
    • Indian army was carefully examining the situation of Mukti-Vahini in East Pakistan in 1969-70..

    Pakistan had befriended China (an enemy of India). US and UK led NATO has soft corner for Pakistan. Pakistani army was the pawn they were planning to use against USSR.

    Pakistan had attacked India several time and each time when India retaliated, US and UK prevented them from bigger damage.

    Pakistan had been involved in barbaric treatment with Bangladeshis. Genocide and *** was common.

    India had sensed that this is the best time to *** 2 birds with one stone. Not only they can help Mukti-Vahini but also teach Pakistan a bitter lesson.


    Pakistan/US plan to contain India

    But Pakistan was supported by USA and UK. Not only they had there warship ready in Indian region, they also called up China to attack India from eastern region while Pakistan would attack from Western front. This will give enough time to existing Pakistan army in East Pakistan to brutally control Bangladeshis and Mukti-Vahini. Meanwhile, their warship will reach bay of Bengal and India will be frustrated.


    Indira and Indian army – the badass

    Scene – 1

    Field Marshall Manekshaw’s words brought adrenaline rush in Indira Gandhi. India has his plan ready. The flag bearer of non-align movement India called up the USSR.

    Scene 2

    India explained USSR that with US and UK reaching bay of Bengal would mean dominance of US/NATO in south Asia and with China dancing on US tune means USSR loosing in its own territory.

    Scene 3

    USSR was convinced with Indian’s agenda. USSR called China and asked to remain a silent spectator. This was a mighty *** because now India could use eastern forces into Bangladesh. China had no intention to get into fight of world’s super powers.

    Scene 4

    Russia surfaced it’s warship in Indian ocean. US and UK which were planning to mobilise it’s warship toward war-zone got a cold feet.

    Until this time, their mere presence was enough to make India go back to its dane but they never realized that this is more like world war 3 with Russia joining India.

    Scene 5

    US and UK paused their plan and went to huddle to reassess the impact and possibly casualty in this regard. Avoiding a major war looked like best option and they got busy in high level meeting.

    Scene 6

    Pakistan army was mercilessly getting beaten up by Indian army on both eastern and western border. Mukti-Vahini was taking giant step to free entire community and Bangladesh/eastern Pakistan. Pakistani army was confused why China and US/UK had not intervened by then?

    Scene 7

    While western border fight was an open battle were India defeated Pakistan openly, fight in East Pakistan was sensitive. Indian army active and open participation was restricted to few days. The longer fight had taken, the more chances were their for US forces to be there. If USSR and mended with its counter part super power, India’s participation would have invited more troubles. But Mukti-Vahini and Indian forces won this tricky battle in just few days

    Bangladesh was liberated

    Scene 8

    “why to cry on spilled milk” – felt UK and US. Indian army ensured smooth transition but from outside of border. This left no room for US and UK to play emotional game to favor Pakistan.

    Finally,

    “hope you enjoyed it”.


    Bonus – not long it took for Indian scientist and Indira Gandhi to secretly succeed Nuke test in 1974 despite US pressure.old witch yeah.

    44 years down the line, India has proved his commitment by not even using nuke word during any war or during any terrorist attack whereas our neighbour use it day and night.LOL.

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  • Asked on January 8, 2019 in Places & Events.

    The 5 Most Romantic Honeymoon Destinations In Pakista

    After a couple ties the knot, everyone begins to speculate which is the best place to spend the honeymoon. Hello, expenses! But you know what, your dream getaway doesn’t have to put a huge dent in your wallet, nor it has to be boring.

    In Pakistan, you will find an endless number of sublime places ideal for a romantic retreat. Not only they are beautiful, they are quite affordable as well. Have a look at the 5 most romantic honeymoon destinations in Pakistan !

    1. Naran, Kaghan Valley

    1. Naran, Kaghan Valley
    Naran, the largest town in Kaghan valley, is renowned for its scenic points. From icy lakes, mountain panoramas, verdant greenery to cascading waterfalls, Naran is the ultimate escape for couples.

    [5 Days] - Naran & Kaghan Valleys Tour - (29-07-2012)

    The honeymoon itinerary offered by travel companies are mostly one week long. They involve driving from Islamabad to Shogran and then to Naran, excursions to Ansoo Lake and Saiful Muluk, a trip to Lalazaar Plateau via a jeep and much more!

    2. Murree and Galyat

    2. Murree and Galyat
    Defence.pk

    Galyat region is a narrow hill tract around 80 km of Islamabad, and Murree, as we all know, is an exurb of Islamabad. If you are a couple looking for a serene yet adventurous place, you won’t go wrong with Murree and Galyat.

    Dunga Gali

    The trip will involve hiking tours to the hills, driving through the pretty Nathiagali, excursion to Patriata, enjoying aerial views of Ayubia National Park via a ride on a chairlift and walking the pipeline track in Dunga Gali.

    3. Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan

    3. Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan

    Looking to add a bit of luxury to your holiday? Make a beeline for Skardu. Reaching up to the height of 7,500 ft, Skardu is an enchantingly beautiful destination.

    3. Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan
    S.M. Bukhari/ Dawn.com

    You can easily reach it via a flight from Islamabad.

    3. Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan

    During your vacation, pay a visit to Deosai Plains, explore the local valleys, spend a day by Satpara Lake and head over to Shangrila.

    4. Neelam Valley, Azad Kashmir

    4. Neelam Valley, Azad Kashmir

    The bow-shaped valley is known for its blooming flowers, bubbling river, fountains, rolling green hills and a perfect weather.

    4. Neelam Valley, Azad Kashmir

    Explore the scenic towns and villages like Arang Kel, Kuttn, Keran, Kel and Sharda. Months from May to October are the best time to visit Neelam Valley.

    5. Chitral

    5. Chitral

    Located at the foot of Tirich Mir, the highest peak of Hindukush range, Chitral has a magical air about it.

    5. Chitral

    Its top attractions are Shandur Top (the roof of the world), Garam Chashma and Chitral River. From Chitral, you can travel to Kalash Valley and Bamborat.

    You can also take an exclusive trip to Lake Saiful Muluk, Swat Valley, Fairy Meadows, Gojal or Hunza Valley. Pakistan doesn’t lack wonderful places.

    Have a lovely and memorable trip

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  • Asked on January 8, 2019 in History.

    Fairy Meadows

    A grassland located near one of the base camps at the Nanga Parbat in Gilgit-Baltistan, Fairy Meadows is where the time stops and fairies tread. The valley mostly remains covered under snow in winter, but when it melts, the sensuous hilly contour and the luxurious vegetation become a magnet to all and sundry.


    Lake Saif-Ul-Malook

    A mountainous lake situated at the end of Kaghan Valley, near the town of Naran. Hiring a boat, sitting in the heart of the lake, and appreciating the surroundings is one of the most serene moments to be experienced.


    Hunza Valley

    A mountainous vale positioned north-west of the Hunza River in Gilgit-Baltistan, Hunza Valley makes one wonder if one is in a dream.


    Shangrila Resort, Skardu

    What could be more surreal than a place brought to life from the pages of a book?


    Derawar Fort

    On the outskirts of Bahawalpur near the Cholistan Desert lies the Derawar Fort. Walking on soft patches of sand in cool air while appreciating the Milky Way with no-one in sight for miles is surrealism in a league of its own.


    Deosai Plains

    Second highest plateau in the world, crystal clear water streams, careless little thirsty sheep, flower bedecked alpine pastures, need I say more?

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  • Asked on January 8, 2019 in Advice.

    But first, I appreciate Mohit Patel’s answer which is true. IT DOESN’T MATTER.

    Few other answers are also good while others are as usual few Indians thumping their chests like India is the US and Pakistan is Somalia.

    Second, there is no doubt that India is developing faster than Pakistan and more developed. But if compared to Europe, North America, South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and even China and South America, India and Pakistan look almost the same facing the same problems.

    For example. According to GDP per capita rankings for 2015 by IMF figures.

    India: 139th

    Pakistan: 140th

    The Movie

    Last night, I was watching Jolly LLB 2 of Akshay Kumar. The film started with a scene where a lawyer helped a group of students cheat in an English exam with the help of loudspeaker arranged by the student’s parents.

    Corrupt Education system? We have the same…

    Here is another story published in BBC, about a state topper in Political Science in Bihar who thought Political science was about cooking. In another state, the student who topped 12th-grade exam in the entire state didn’t even know that H2O was the formula of Water.

    India Bihar ‘exam topper’ sent to jail for cheating – BBC News

    Now, back to the story. Then the story moved on and showed how a Muslim from minority was murdered by a group of policemen for money under the false accusation of terrorism.

    This level of corruption in Police? Same problem here in Pakistan.

    Now, it showed widow who was trying to get Justice for over a year from the crippled, overburdened and corrupt justice system that resulted in her committing suicide.

    Do you know India has the highest rate of suicides among poor farmers in the entire world?

    Anyway, then the scenes showed the infrastructure of courts, looks exactly similar to Pakistan. In fact, believe me without any exaggeration, being there in courts, the infrastructure of Pakistani courts look better.

    At the end of the movie, the Judge told that there is 3 crore pending cases in India and only 21 thousand judges. The corrupt judiciary, corrupt police, corrupt education system, widespread poverty.. We have the same.

    Why So Much Chest Thumping

    But wait, let me thump my chest as we are more developed than Pakistan. One such chest-thumping Indian mentioned we reached MARS, but why not mention you failed to win a single Gold in last Olympics despite being the soon to be the most populous country in the world? This shows widespread corruption and failing infrastructure of sports.

    COUNTRIES ARE KNOWN AND RESPECTED FOR THEIR ACHIEVEMENTS IN SPORTS.

    The same problem as Pakistan also sucks in sports.

    Another chest thumping Indian said we had the 3rd highest Gross GDP. But you are also almost the most populous country that doesn’t mean you are more developed than Australia, or Norway, or even tiniest Singapore.

    Why fail to mention India is second after Russia in uneven distribution of wealth with less than 1% of the population owning more than 60% of the wealth. What is the point of Wealth when it is saturated in the hands of few? while the 99% suffer.

    Yes, India is More Developed

    Yes, it is. There is no denial of that. I wish we have the same powerful Election Commission as India.

    But Pakistan is not that bad as some Indians trying to pretend. When we compare to Europe and North America. we look almost same.

    Look, I don’t know what is fed to common Indians by the media and government, but things are not too different.

    I don’t think there is any city in entire South Asia that can compete with Islamabad in infrastructure.

    EDIT: Okay, some people said that this is an exaggeration in comments so let me explain why I made this statement.

    Islamabad was built from scratch in 1965 as a capital of Pakistan. It is planned city with 50% green belts and 50% residential/commercial area. At top of the newly built infrastructure, it is s…

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  • Asked on November 14, 2018 in No Category.

    RELATED QUESTION.

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  • Asked on November 9, 2018 in No Category.

    related question.

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  • Asked on September 6, 2018 in Books & Authors.

    This isn’t from me but it’s exactly what I was thinking before I searched it:

    Both terms are used to refer to plural or countable nouns, books, sweets, people etc. The misuse of “few” and “a few” is common and occurs because of misunderstanding the concept involved. Both expressions reflect the speaker’s attitude.

    1. “Few” has a negative sense and means “not many”.
    She has few friends.
    (The speaker implies almost  none)

    2. “A few” has a more positive meaning and is closer to  “some”.
    Although she hasn’t lived there for long she has a few friends.
    (The speaker  implies that she may not have many but enough.)

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  • Pakistani national anthem was broadcast publicly for the first time on Radio Pakistan on 13 August 1954, sung by Hafeez Jullundhri himself.

    This answer accepted by Rukhshan. on August 28, 2018 Earned 15 points.

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  • Hafeez Jullundhri

    This answer accepted by Rukhshan. on March 22, 2018 Earned 15 points.

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  • Asked on March 22, 2018 in Backup and Data Recovery.
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  • Asked on March 22, 2018 in Places & Events.

    Chaudhary Rahmat Ali

    This answer accepted by Rukhshan. on March 22, 2018 Earned 15 points.

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  • Asked on March 22, 2018 in Advice.

    go to this link http://www.bisemultan.edu.pk/trace-10th/

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  • Asked on September 27, 2017 in Travel.

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    Map from Khairpur to Jhang
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  • Asked on September 27, 2017 in Buying & Selling.

    Buying a single ticket on Getbybus

    This document explains in detail how to purchase a single (one way) bus ticket on our website Getbybus.com (If you are reading this on a mobile phone or tablet, the illustrations shown in this post will look differently on your device, but the principle will be the same)

    On the home page of Getbybus.com, which looks like image 1 below, you have to do the following.

    1. Select departure station – (where you wish to travel from)
    2. Select destination station – (where you wish to travel to)
    3. Select travel date
    4. Press “SEARCH”

    Image 1

    On the website, you will now see a list (if any) of the available departures for the route and travel date you picked on the home screen. As illustrated on the image below you can easily switch your travel date by using the Quick date picker above the result list. If you wish to do a new search between other cities, you can use the search form at the top of the screen.

    Image 2

    Information about routes

    When you click on one of the routes listed in the search result, the route will expand and display special info which applies to the specific route. As you can see on Image3 below, you can see a map of the driving route of the bus, details about the stops and way points (e.g. borders).The majority of buses depart from the main bus station, but in case the bus DOES NOT depart from the main bus station in the city you travel from, there will be listed some special stops like the example shown on Image 3. (You can read more about finding your bus departure location here.). Last but not least, it is stated if the bus company operating the route you have picked require you have a printed ticket to board the bus.

    Once you have found the route you wish to travel on – click on the blue “BUY TICKET” button which will take you to the sign in process.

    Image 3

    Routes not available online

    On some search results you might see the following displayed:

    1. Sold out at Getbybus.com: Means we have no more tickets available online, you might be able to find tickets at sales agents or at the bus station. However, we can’t provide any information about availability at other sales points.
    2. Online sale closed: Means that online purchase of tickets for the departure is no longer possible. Tickets might be available at other sales points. However, we can’t provide any information about availability at other sales points.
    1. Not available online: Means that tickets for this departure can not be purchased online. Tickets might be available at other sales points. However, we can’t provide any information about availability at other sales points.

    Image 4

    SIGN IN on Getbybus

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  • Asked on September 17, 2017 in Education.

    Life as a Law Student: 7 Things You Really Have to Know

    However, whilst we have all heard a little about studying law at university, whether through family, friends or films, it is difficult to know what it really does involve – and there’s no shortage of stories out there, from the mostly accurate to the utterly fantastical. This article should debunk a few myths, confirm a few and make sure you know what you are signing up for when you fill in that application form! It also includes a little advice to help you settle into law student life that bit quicker. Law is a great subject to study at university but it does have its challenges: here’s what you can expect.

    1. There is a lot of reading.
    Don’t underestimate how much reading law students have to do.
    Just to get the scary one out of the way first, it is difficult to explain how much reading a law degree involves other than to say that there are a lot of law books! Law students get a reputation for clocking up the library hours because each week you need to learn what the law actually is and academics’ opinions of it from scratch, and neither of these will be particularly short. There is definitely an art to managing the reading lists and you will get all the advice you need from older students when you first arrive, but it does take a while to get used to the pace of learning. That said, by the end of your first term you won’t believe how quickly you can pick up the key themes of an article or find the important passages from a case. Just be ready for the inevitable long nights when you need to stay up getting through an endless reading list. They do happen but they are (almost) only as common as you want them to be; you are never set more work than it is feasible to do if you manage your time well. Self-imposing a schedule for getting reading done, plus whatever other assignments you have been set, is a habit to get into very quickly.

    2. There is no single ‘eureka!’ moment, but it does all come together eventually.
    Certain areas of law, particularly contract and tort, deal with different types of human action but are so similar in places that they often ‘run out’ just as the other one starts. As you usually learn only a few topics at a time you may not understand one fully until you have covered the next one. It is absolutely normal to feel a little like you’re in the dark to begin with, although universities try to organise the courses so that the first year exams at least can stand on their own. Criminal law, for instance, makes a good first year subject because it is easy to get to grips with the ideas and it doesn’t overlap too much with any other area. It is just important to know that if you study Land law before Trusts/Equity, it is not a problem if you don’t fully understand what a trust is because that will come next.

    3. There is a rat race, but you don’t need to join it (straight away).
    Don’t let competitive classmates scare you!
    The law students aren’t considered the quickest off the mark for getting involved in applications and internships early on in their degree, but it’s a close one! More and more law firms are offering placements and taster days during the first year of university so it is tempting to think that you need to get involved in deciding your career choice right from day one. If you are thinking about becoming a solicitor it is worth applying to these if you want to be ahead of the game, but the big one is the summer vacation schemes at the end of your penultimate year. If you are thinking about the Bar then the more mini-pupillages you have under your belt when you fill in your application form at the beginning of your final year the better, and some chambers will expect a certain number as a minimum. However, most of this kicks off at the beginning of second year so you do have time to settle into legal study before you need to think about applications. Don’t forget that there are other options too — charity work, civil service, interning for a while until you decide on a career path (if you can afford it!) or further study are all worthwhile alternatives. It’s also worth thinking about going to a local or regional firm or chambers if that appeals to you, and for this you may have to send letters asking to go and shadow someone rather than applying to an organised scheme. All these alternatives are no less competitive but require you to look further afield than your Law Society e-mails, which may tend to focus on the big London (and increasingly international) opportunities. Your tutors, personal advisor, careers service or equivalent will give you plenty of advice about careers, and where to start looking for opportunities in a field you’re interested in. Make sure you think seriously about where you want to start off — it is easy to be swept along with the crowd!

    It is also just a fact of life that the legal sector, like anywhere at the moment, is very competitive for finding a job. Keep on top of your work, get involved with extra-curricular and apply to any placements or schemes which may interest you so that your CV looks as good as it possibly can when you get to more serious applications.

    4. You need to sweat the small stuff.
    There will be a lot of reading to do, and it will require close attention to detail.
    The ‘sharp mind’ you need for university study comes in different varieties, and each degree demands a particular mix of certain skills. Law requires both absolute commands of the details of legislation and cases, and a wider view of how different areas interlock and what they (aim to) achieve. This is shown most clearly in the two main types of an examination question. Problem questions require you to apply the law to very specific (and sometimes outright preposterous) factual patterns and explain why in this specific set of circumstances a piece of legislation or principle of law would/could be applied in a certain way. You need to know the legislation and the case law, because although you may be given a copy of the legislation it wastes time if you’re using it to do anything other than check minor points. Equally if you don’t know part of the case law in an area that can lose you marks or narrow down the number of questions you could potentially answer. Essay questions require you to make a broad point using specific examples, so you need to have a whole arsenal of examples to hand.

    Basically, you need to remember a lot of things! And you need to be prepared to sit down and learn cases and at the very least the structure and key clauses of the relevant legislation so that you can find it in the statute book during the exam. It is absolutely normal to have legislation and case summaries stuck up around your wall during exam season (rent agreements permitting!). But because all this knowledge also needs to be grounded in the wider picture for the purposes of essay questions this isn’t just an exercise in memorizing names, which makes the process a lot easier. An Oxford examiners’ report commented a few years ago (in light of students forgetting the names of key cases) that if you have done the work properly then remembering case names should be no more difficult than learning the names of breakfast cereals. I may not know hundreds of breakfast cereals, but it’s true that you learn a lot of small details without thinking about it.

    5. Everyone is going to ask you for legal advice. And you won’t want to give it.
    Computer science students get just as sick of being asked to repair everyone’s laptops.
    Somewhat ironically, the more law you know the less confident you become definitively stating what the legal position in a certain area is. You are, after all, focusing on the more controversial and uncertain areas of law so it is easy to forget that some are actually quite simple and clear-cut. There also comes a week where you learn about liability for giving advice and accepting responsibility for it being correct. It’s fairly well-accepted that casual remarks in social situations don’t come within this category but as soon as law students learn these cases they immediately stop wanting to give any form of legal advice!

    All this, of course, assumes that you know the area of law your friends are asking about in practical detail in the first place, which usually isn’t the case because law degrees are more theoretical than practical. No matter how many times you try to explain this to your friends, however, you will still be asked. It’s something you will find frustrating, but it won’t stop you from asking the medical students about your twinging knee so it’s just something to resign yourself to I’m afraid.

    6. It can be absolutely fascinating — especially when you think it won’t be.
    Land law is less glamorous than human rights.
    Perhaps the really big thing to know about an English law degree is that there are subjects which (i) you have to study (ii) you expect you won’t enjoy. This is an unfortunate side-effect of the fact that law degrees are at heart vocational and so you study certain areas which are crucial to the smooth functioning of society but aren’t considered too glamorous. It’s worth noting that some people do come to university with a professed love for commercial law and that’s great, but it does seem to be the norm to start university dead set on being a human rights barrister. However, because you have to learn these topics in significant depth you do find yourself getting far more interested than you ever plan to. What can seem like a fairly technical subject such as land registration is actually vitally important to individual people when you think about it — many cases on the topic end up with someone being evicted from their family home or allowed to stay despite the aspiring purchaser having no idea that they had a legal interest in the house as it was not entered in the register.

    There is a frame of mind to adopt here, and it’s absolutely central to ensuring that you enjoy studying law. Find the interesting element of something which doesn’t originally appeal to you — there will always be one, often the ‘human interest’ or political angle. Make as much of it as is possible as interesting to you as is possible. And resign yourself to the fact that you’ll just have to learn the rest!

    7. Being a law student is what you want it to be.
    The flexible hours of a law student give you the opportunity to get involved in student societies. Here, students at the University of Pennsylvania celebrate Hey Day.
    Perhaps I’m giving the impression that law students spend their whole lives in the library learning statutes back to front, and that when they do emerge it’s to go to networking events, apply to careers or to sit exams. This just isn’t true. As with any other subject, the university is exactly what you make of it and that will invariably (and should!) involve meeting some of your best friends and many of your future colleagues, getting involved in as many societies as you can make time for and having the odd quiet night in. There is a core amount of work which has to be done, but as a humanities student you’re in the enviable position of being able to manage your own timetable to a certain extent. Make the most of it! Specifically for law students, there are also plenty of extra-curricular activities which can be really rewarding for yourself and others. If you’d like to get involved in pro bono work then most law schools have a scheme running, really do make sure you try some mooting (mock appeal trial, where you pretend to be a barrister) because even though it’s quite scary it does wonders for your public speaking, and make the most of any opportunity to get the sort of legal experience you’re interested in during the holidays. There is no single ‘law degree experience’, much as there’s no single ‘university experience’; choose what you want to make your priorities over the three-year period, as long as you always make time for your work.

    Like any subject at university, studying law has its ups and downs. However, if you’re interested in the subject and able to motivate yourself to work sensible hours then there are definitely more positives and it is a fantastic subject to study for three (or four) years.

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  • Asked on August 31, 2017 in Travel.

    Qatar Consulate in Karachi

    House No. 16, Khyaban-e-Hafiz, Defence Phase V
    Karachi
    Pakistan
    Phone+922-1358-62171
    +922-1358-62172
    +922-1358-62173
    Fax+922-1358-72377
    Email
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  • Find the Nokia 6 price in Pakistan updated online on this page. Average rating is 4.3 stars, based on 117 reviews
    NETWORK
    Technology GSM / HSPA / LTE
    LAUNCH
    Announced 2017, January
    Status Available. Released 2017, January
    BODY
    Dimensions 154 x 75.8 x 8.4 mm (6.06 x 2.98 x 0.33 in)
    Weight 169 g (5.96 oz)
    SIM Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
    DISPLAY
    Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
    Size 5.5 inches (~70.7% screen-to-body ratio)
    Resolution 1080 x 1920 pixels (~403 ppi pixel density)
    Multitouch Yes
    Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 3
    PLATFORM
    OS Android OS, v7.1.1 (Nougat)
    Chipset Qualcomm MSM8937 Snapdragon 430
    CPU Octa-core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A53
    GPU Adreno 505
    MEMORY
    Card slot microSD, up to 256 GB (uses SIM 2 slot)
    Internal 32 GB, 3 GB RAM – Matte Black, Tempered Blue, Silver, Copper
    64 GB, 4 GB RAM – Arte Black
    CAMERA
    Primary 16 MP, f/2.0, phase detection autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash
    Features 1.0 µm pixel size, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama, HDR
    Video 1080p@30fps
    Secondary 8 MP, f/2.0, 1.12 µm pixel size, 1080p
    SOUND
    Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
    Loudspeaker Yes, with stereo speakers
    3.5mm jack Yes
    – Dolby Atmos sound enhancement
    – Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
    COMMS
    WLAN Yes
    Bluetooth Yes
    GPS Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS
    NFC Yes
    Radio To be confirmed
    USB microUSB v2.0, USB On-The-Go
    FEATURES
    Sensors Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
    Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
    Browser HTML5
    Java No
    – Fast battery charging
    – MP4/H.264 player
    – MP3/WAV/eAAC+/FLAC player
    – Photo/video editor
    – Document viewer
    BATTERY
    Non-removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery
    Stand-by Up to 768 h (3G)
    Talk time Up to 18 h (3G)
    Music play Up to 22 h

    This answer accepted by Sonia. on August 31, 2017 Earned 15 points.

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  • Asked on August 29, 2017 in Banking.

    1103008360-1

    UBL Asaan Account is a new and convenient service through which any individual can open an account. Simply fill out a brief form and pay initial deposit as low as Rs. 100.

     Features:

    • Flexibility of Opening Current or Savings Account
    • No minimum balance required
    • No Fee for Debit Card Issuance
    • No Service Charges for account opening or closing
    • Any of the following documents may be used as a proof of Identity for opening of Asaan Account :-

    1- Computerized/ Smart National Identity Card (CNIC/ SNIC)

    2- Pakistan Origin Card (POC)

    Rules of the Account:

    • UBL Asaan Accounts are meant for resident individuals having Pakistani Nationality only
    • One CNIC holder is entitled to One UBL Asaan Account (either as single or jointly operated)
    • A Regular UBL Account holder cannot open a UBL Asaan account (in either single or joint account category).
    • Transaction Limits/ Turnover:-

    1 – Total Debit per Month: Rs. 500,000/-

    2 – Total Credit Balance Limit: Rs. 500,000/-

    • Exceptions for Transaction Limits/ turnover:-

    1- Inward Remittances

    2- Credit of Profit Return on UBL Asaan Saving Account

    3- Bank Charges, government taxes or levies from competent authority

    • Restriction on cross border (outward) transactions except for Card based-accounts subject to above-specified Transaction limits/ Turnover.
    • Profit on UBL Asaan Saving Account will be disbursed at minimum savings rate; profit is credited on half-yearly basis and is calculated on monthly average balance.
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