Pakistan is an Islamic country in South Asia consisting of four federal territories and four provinces. With an estimated population of 170.6 million as of 2011, Pakistan is the second biggest Islamic population in the world.
Asked in Pakistan, Calling and Area Codes
Where is telephone country code 92?
Pakistan is country code +92 (dialed as 00 92 or 011 92 from many countries). Note that you must drop the trunk prefix 0 from the beginning of the Pakistani number when calling internationally. For example, Karachi's area code 021 becomes +92 21. Karachi is area code +92 21. Hyderabad is area code +92 22. Lahore is area code +92 42. Islamabad and Rawalpindi are area code +92 51. Quetta is area code +92 81. Peshawar is area code +92 91. Mobile numbers begin with +92 3. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)
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What is an example of demography?
Demography is the statistical study of human population. It can be a very general science that can be applied to any kind of dynamic human population, that is, one that changes over time or space (see population dynamics). It encompasses the study of the size, structure and distribution of these populations, and spatial and/or temporal changes in them in response to birth, migration, aging and death. Examples for demographic changes and pattern can be given widely. Europe's population is declining day by day. Mortality rate is high in comparison to low birth rate, As a result growth of population declines. Poulation is aging there, On the contrary in Africa or South Asia growth rate is on rise. Better medical care, comparative better living standard declines the mortality rate (especially death of new born and perinatal child death). Fertility still kept high. Number of children per family also high. In 1970 Pakistan's population was merely 60 million, now 40 years later it is more than 120 million. Its a demographic catastrophy, some can argue for that.
Asked in Pakistan, Currency Conversions, Oman
What is the amount of 100 baisa in Pakistani rupees?
Who is Zinda Pir Sahib?
Was Dr Allama Muhammad Iqbal an educationist?
What languages are spoken in Pakistan?
There are many languages in Pakistan depending on what province you are in. The national languages are Urdu and English. English is used as a business language. Other main languages are Sindhi, Punjabi, Balochi, Pashto, Ciryki, Kindko and Persian is also spoken in some parts. Pakistan is a multilingual country. No less than twenty-four languages and dialects are spoken by the people of Pakistan. The main languages of Pakistan are; Urdu, Sindhi, Punjabi, Baluchi, Pashto, Brahvi, Hindko, Kashmiri. Answer National language of Pakistan is Urdu and is spoken in all provinces of Pakistan. Other languages spoken in Pakistan include Punjabi, Sindhi, Pushto, Balochi, Barahvi, Siraki, Hindku, Khachi, etc. Even though the official languages of Pakistan are English and Urdu, Pakistan has a much more diverse range of languages. The most common of them are Punjabi, Sindhi, Seraiki, Balochi and Answer Punjabi 48% Sindhi 12% Siraiki (a Punjabi variant) 10% Pashtu 8% Urdu (official) 8% Balochi 3% Hindko 2% Brahui 1% English (official; lingua franca of Pakistani elite and most government ministries), Burushaski and other 8% Answer Urdu, the national language of Pakistan, was created around the 1600's in Central Asia. The word 'Urdu' comes from the Turkish word 'ordu' meaning 'camp' or 'army'. It was used as a unifying communication tool between the Muslim soldiers during their conquest of Ancient India (including Countries east until Myanmar) and Eastern Persia. These soldiers were of Persian, Arab, or Turkish descent. The majority of the soldiers, however, were of Persian origin. This directly affected the language to be used between them. The language of the government and that which dominated earlier on was Farsi, but eventually changed to Urdu to accommodate the other races. Despite the fact, Urdu vocabulary contains approximately 70% Farsi and the rest being a mix of Arabic and Turkish. The grammar takes some elements from Farsi and Arabic but also has elements that are unique and different from all three of its mother tongues. In current times, however, many Urdu speakers have adopted many English and Hindi terms following the effects of globalization and the success of Bollywood, the Indian film industry, in Pakistan. Answer Pakistan was the unwanted fruits of British mis rule while leaving India. So Urudu was every where and they opted Sir Md Igbal as their National poet he wrote poems in urudu. This language is mixture of Hindustani and pustu/arabic Urdu urdu The official languages are English and Urdu. The Government also recognizes Balochi, Pashto, Punjabi, Saraiki, and Sindhi. Urdu Our National Language is Urdu.But there are many languages spoken in Pakistan.Among them Urdu is chosen as the national language of Pakistan. ENGLISH ~ Actually Urdu is the official language of Pakistan. There are other dialects, such as Farsi, spoken in some of the remote mountain regions. Many educated Pakistanis also speak English. english Well I am pretty sure its all in the name so its Pakistanian but I am still young so im not 50% sure so you should ask someone else. Urdu and English. Urdu, English is Pakistan's official language. As with most other countries in the world, other languages are spoken there also, on a regular basis. These languages are Pashto, Punjabi, Sindhi, and Baluchi. Pakistan or the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is in South Asia. The country has two official languages which are the Urdu and the English language. Urdu Urdu is the National language, but Punjabi has the largest number of native speakers. Urdu Urdu is the national language of Pakistan. English is the official language of Pakistan. There are four major provincial languages of Pakistan: 1. Sindhi. 2. Punjabi. 3. Pashto. 4. Balochi. Other languages are: Brohi, Kashmiri, Shina, Balti, Khowar, Burushaski e.t.c. urdu In addition ot English and Urdu, they are: Balochi Pashto Punjabi Saraiki Sindhi What languages do they speek in Pakistan Urdu and Punjabi Punjabi and Sindhi are the two major languages of Pakistan. Urdu Punjabi Pashto Balochi Sindhi pakistanie Urdu and English are both the official languages of Pakistan National language of Pakistan is Urdu. Urdu.................... No English is NOT one of the offishle languages in Pakistan They speak a lot of languages since the country is huge, but their national language is urdu( mixture of Arabic, Turkish and Hindi). If you go towards the northern regions, the people speak pushto, the midlands, Punjabi, southeast sindhi, southwest, balochi and Persian. I have yet to see a statistical analysis of the total number of languages, inclusive of hundreds of isolated dilects, but URDU is the mother language. English is also wodely spoken and understood. Punjabi is spoken mostly
Asked in Pakistan
When did Bangladesh break away from Pakistan?
Deep split in culture, language and ethnicity. Turmoil in the East and growing resentment for West pakistan as a result. Then came the elections: moral of the story.... logon ke mandat ka ehtaram karo. Then came the Mukhti Bahini and Indian support, then came all out war, then Niazi decided to surrender instead of continue fighting.
Asked in Pakistan, Punjab Pakistan, Casey Anthony Trial
Online complaint cell of chief justice of Pakistan?
M.Q.M is the PLOTTER of Badami Bagh Incident in Lahore black mailing THE pUNJAB gOVERNEMENT BY INITATING LIVE CURRENT SPEACH INFRONT OF KARACHI PRESS CLUB INITATED BY RAZA HAROON - WHY M.Q.M has takenthis drifted measure to destablise Punjab Government and to defame Shabaz Shareef Punjab Government basic idea how to black mail PUNJAB GOVERNMENT - to destablise and to compell the Punjab Government to briing them towards joint Interim Setup in Punjab and Sindh get millage from Punjab Government in forthcoming elections - Intellignce Agencies has to initiate hot pursuit againstevery movement of M.Q.M lEADER WHOS AIRCRAFT LAND IN ANY CITY OF PUNJAB and to keep a close eye on every movement of all M,Q.M Further more to keep an eye in Lahore - based all newly establishing hidden corners of M.Q.M at first step to initiate Pollice Raid on all Guest Houses in Cantt Areas - Farm Houses in Defense Areas - specially Resaurants being runned under cover with the patronage of Govt Officals - part time undeclared bussinesses - which are likely be to out of sight from the civil administrations eyes - WHY EXTREME LEVEL OPPURTUNIST -FASCHIST BELIEVE ON GUN POINT POLITCS M.Q.M initiated sudden move in favour of CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY - WHEN THE SHIA COMMUNITY OF KARACHI HAVE LEFT THEIR FAVORITE HIDDEN FAVOUR FROM M.Q.M WHICH THE PARTY ENJOYED FROM 1985 TO 2013 - FROM KARACHI - NOW THE HIGHEST CONCERNS OF M.Q.M ARE STRIVING THEIR BEST TOWARDS PARADIGM SHIFT FROM SHIA COMMUNITY TO CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY AT THE THRESHOLD OF OF NATIONAL ELECTION LIQUIFY THEIR RANSOM ACCOUNT TO EXPAND THEIR NETWORK OF HIDDEN GUN AGENDA OF LAWLESS NESS IN PUNJAB SPECIALLY INLAHORE AND MULTAN - AND STRIVING THEIR SATANIC AGENDA TO BECOME COALATION PARTNER IN PUNJAB AFTER THE BLOODY 5 YEARS OF COALTION PARTNERSHIP WITH PPP IN KARACHI - CAUSING OF INSECURITY UPON THE HEALTHY HEN OF PUNJABI CORPORATE SECTOR - SO OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES OF PUNJAB HAS TO KEEP A STRONG EYE ON M.Q.M OFFICES internal and external every movement of their workers every movement and to nip the evil MQM in the BUD - WITH FULL FOCUSSED FORCE IF WE PAKISTANI WANTS TO SAVE THE PEACE FUL PUNJAB FROM THE MONSTER OF M.Q.M .
Asked in Personal Finance, Pakistan, Mission Statements
How do you evaluate a schools mission and vision?
You need to answer a few questions about them. For example: Are they (mission & vision) high and altruistic, or are they modest and pragmatic? Are they practical? Are they achievable? Does the school actually live up to them, or are they window dressing? Do you agree with them, or not? Can you see yourself or your child learning within this framework?
Asked in Pakistan, India Government, India Military
Can a commerce stream student join merchant navy?
Well...In India one can definitely do that...all he/she needs to do is approach a private institution for Merchant Navy, for e.g. In India, Chate Academy For Naval Jobs....complete d relevant course.....n the institution itself will offer u a Nice job in any of the ships it has affiliation with.....The course fee is upto 150000...provided u r physically fit 2 join merchant navy.....if u r physically weak, then they will charge u more money....for girls...there r only couple of job titles available in merchant navy, i.e. ship doctor and radio officer....for males..there r wide opportunities in merchant navy....bt if u r doing it from an institute which has affiliation with domestic shipping companies then max salary u can expect is 20000 p.m. in d beginning.....on d contrary part, an institution having affiliation with intl. shipping companies will offer u a starting salary of 1000-1500$ p.m......be it domestic or intl....one has a minimum contract wit any ship of 6 months....it varies frm ship to ship...max is 9 months....2-3 months fully paid leave....bonuses, one-way ticket 2 any of the continents, i.e. Europe, Asia, Africa, etc. 4 ur entire family members wit blood relation.... i hope this information is useful 2 u....Best of luck...n 1 more thing...make sure u r physically fit 2 take such a life-threatening bt most enjoyable careear....
Asked in Pakistan, Ancient India
Why Mohenjo- Daro is famous in Pakistan?
It is an ancient city of the Harrapan Civilization. The city is famous for having running water to nearly every house and being a planned city. Mohenjo-daro is also famed for the discovery of many seals and inscriptions in Indus script. To see photos of some of these, visit 'Indus Script Dictionary' on Facebook.