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Fertilizer Industry


Pakistan is one of major exporter of fertilizer with one of the worlds” biggest fertilizer plant which is recently constructed. Our country being an agricultural country, the consumption of fertilizer is a direct indicator of the growth of the agricultural sector. Fertilizer Industry of Pakistan is extremely fertile worldwide. Over all industry capacity is approximately 7.5 million tons per annum; ... Read More »

The Earl of Willingdon

earl of willingdon

The Earl of Willingdon was born and educated in England at the University of Cambridge and Eton College. After that he plans to enter in political and diplomatic career and in 1900 he was appointed to the British House of Commons. He was an administrator and a British Liberal politician served as Viceroy and Governor-General of India and after that as Governor General of Canada. ... Read More »

Raw Cotton in Pakistan


Cotton production support Pakistan’s largest industrial sector, it provides raw material to ginning factories textiles mills and oil expelling units. Raw Cotton in Pakistan is a natural fiber used in many products such as clothing to home furnishings and medical products. As a result cotton is always in demand though its use is subject to the strength of the overall ... Read More »

Majid Jahangir Khan


Majid Jahangir Khan was born in Ludhiana (Punjab), India. He played for Pakistan national team, Cambridge University, Glamorgan, Lahore, Rawalpindi and P.I.A. He was right handed bowler and batsman. He started his career as pace bowler but proves himself as all-rounder. Majid Khan was an active team member of Pakistan cricket from 1964 to 1983. He started his First class cricket in 1961 ... Read More »

Hazara Eid Gah


There are different tribes living in Quetta following their religion and have different places where they worship the God Almighty. Quetta is also the place where Muslim majorities with different school of thoughts follows their mind set and Non Muslim minorities also following their religion. They all perform their religious activities in their specific places including, Masjid, Imambargah, Mandir and ... Read More »

Major Muhammad Akram Shaheed


Major Muhammad Akram Shaheed was another courageous and braves Pakistani Officer who was awarded with Nishan e Haider (Pakistan Army’s highest Medal) during 1971 war with India in East Pakistan Theater. Major Muhammad Akram Shaheed was born in Gujrat district of Pakistani Punjab province in a village called Dinga. During 1959 he joined Pakistan Military Academy (which is a four-year coeducational federal service military academy in Kakul near Abbottabad) and took his ... Read More »

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