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Resource base and economic progress of the Peshawar Valley.

Peshawar University. Dept. of Economics

Resource base and economic progress of the Peshawar Valley.

Study conducted by the Dept. of Economics, University of Peshawar for the Project Office, Regional Development Plan, Peshawar.

by Peshawar University. Dept. of Economics

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Published in [Peshawar?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Pakistan -- West Pakistan,
  • West Pakistan (Pakistan) -- Economic conditions

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC440.5 Z7 W36
    The Physical Object
    Pagination284p.
    Number of Pages284
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18205556M

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However, Pakistan is an under developed country and economic planning is necessary to boosts its resources. This economic planning should be long-term because annual economic development plans cannot offer satisfactory results. That’s the period of development plans is usually kept five years.

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Janbaz, "Impact of Kabul River on the Socio-Economic Development of Peshawar Valley" PhD Thesis, Area Study center (Central Asia) University of Peshawar, Author: Nafees Mohammad. Ignoring such facts, Pakistan is striving for import of power from central Asia, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and gas from Turkmanistan, Iran and Qatar.

No doubt priority should be given to such projects but exploitation of the domestic resource base is also very essential to build self-reliance and save foreign exchange for economic by: Hydrogeologists, water-resource specialists, civil and agricultural engineers, earth and environmental scientists and agronomists will benefit from this informative and practical book.

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Because of the special natural and geographical conditions in China-Pakistan border area, the construction, operation and management of major infrastructure projects is costly. The Indus River valley in Pakistan is comparatively economically advanced, but with high populationFile Size: 2MB.

The Heritage Foundation is the most broadly supported think tank in the United States. Duringit had nearlyindividual, foundation, and. hen the water first came, panic rippled through the valley. Up until then, most of the villagers had refused to leave. In a jirga held in one village, the elders had all lined up and one by one.

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Work is still in progress, and antiquities are being shifted to museums. The directorate has also completed the conservation and restoration of the arched gateway of Edwards High School Peshawar, as well as the excavation of nine boolies (step-wells) in Peshawar Valley.

The restoration on these boolies has already started. NWFP Text Book Board Peshawar. Naheed Ali, et al (). Biology Class 10th. NWFP Text Book Board, Peshawar Anwar-ul-Haq, Mussarat Jamal, (). Selection from The Master Piece Of Arabic Language and Literature. Shahid Art Press, Peshawar.

Saeed Ur Rehman, (). Chemistry for Class XI and XII. N.W. P Text Book Board, Size: 1MB. Pakistan has announced plans to develop and produce 5th generation fighter plane, according to media reports.

It's part of Pakistan Air Force's highly ambitious Project Azm that includes building Kamra Aviation City dedicated to education, research and development and manufacturing of advanced fighter jets, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and weapon systems.APPROACHES IN WATERSHED MANAGEMENT IN AREAS AFFECTED BY OVERGRAZING AND MISUSE OF RANGE LAND RESOURCES².

Mahmood lqbal Sheikh Director-General Pakistan Forestry Institute Peshawar, Pakistan. SUMMARY. Arid zone countries with basically an agricultural economy depend entirely on a sustained supply of irrigation water from the vast watershed areas.Analogous work includes Sumit Guha, Environment and Ethnicity in India,Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, and Robert Nichols, Settling the Frontier: Land, Law, and Society in the Peshawar Valley,Karachi: Oxford University Press,