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  • 1.
  • 2. Topic:
    Pakistansince 2006
  • 3. OUTLINE
    ECONOMY
    MILATARY
    FOREIGN RELATIONS
    POLITICS
    FILM,FASHION & TV
    TERRORISM
  • 4. PAKISTAN
    Pakistan (Urdu: پاکِستان), officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, is a country located in South Asia location at the crossroads of South Asia, the Middle East, and Central Asia.
  • 5. Provinces and territories of Pakistan
    Provinces:
    Balochistan
    North-West Frontier Province (NWFP) (PAHTOONHAWA)
    Punjab
    Sindh
  • 6. Territories:
    Islamabad Capital Territory (IST)
    Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA)
    Azad Jammu and Kashmir
    TOTAL AREA 796096 square km
  • 7. ECONOMY OF PAKISTAN
    The economy of Pakistan is the 26THlargest economy in the world in terms of purchasing power and the 47TH largest in absolute dollar terms
    Due to Economic Reforms of the Year 2000 by the Musharraf government., In 2005, the World Bank named Pakistan the top reformer in its region and in the top 10 reformers globally.
  • 8. Pakistan grew at a rate of 8.4% making it the 2nd Fastest Growing Economy in the World, after China, in the same year .
    Doing BusinessThe World Bank report ‘Ease of Doing Business 2010’ ranked Pakistan 85 among 181 countries around the globe. Pakistan comes highest in South Asia but also ranks higher than China, Russia and India which is at 133. The top five countries are Singapore, New Zealand, USA, Hong Kong and UK
  • 9. POPULATION DENSITY OF PAKISTAN
    The estimated population of Pakistan in 2009 was over 180,800,000 making it the world's sixth most-populous country, behind Brazil and ahead of Russia. By the year 2020, the country's population is expected to reach 208 million,
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  • 11. PAKISTAN CURRENCY
    1 PAKISTANI RUPEE =100 PAISAS
    The Pakistani Rupee was pegged to the US Dollar until 1982. When the government of General Zia-ul-Haq, changed it to managed float. This has been regarded as the best decision by Zia.
  • 12. Sectors of PAKISTAN Economy
    Agriculture
    Industry
    Auto mobile industry
    CNG industry
    Cement industry
    IT industry
  • Economic Comparison of Pakistan 1999-2008
  • 16. Pakistan Rupee per USA Dollar
    On October 11, 2008 State Bank of Pakistan reported that country's foreign exchange reserves had gone down by $571.9 Million to $7749.7 Million. The foreign exchange reserves had declined more by $10 billion to an alarming rate of $6.59 billion.
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  • 18. Have a look
    ISLAMABAD, Mar 11 : Pakistan’s economy may currently be in difficulties with fast rising inflation and the shortage of gas, electricity and flour, but between 2002 and 2006, it grew almost as strong as of India, a leading Indian magazine said.
    Pakistan in many ways is better than India in terms of transport infrastructure and communication means, India’s investigative magazine ‘Tehelka’ reported
  • 19. مسلح افواج پاک,Musalah Afwaj-e-Pakistan
    Pakistan Armed Forces ranked 6th in the world.
  • 20. مسلح افواج پاک,Musalah Afwaj-e-Pakistan
    Its component branches are:Pakistan ArmyPakistan NavyPakistan Air ForceParamilitary forces of PakistanPakistan Coast GuardPakistan Strategic Nuclear Command
  • 21.
    • The Military of Pakistan has a total size of approximately 1.53 million personnel.
    The Pakistani armed forces are the largest contributors to United Nations peacekeeping efforts, with more than 10,000 personnel deployed in 2007.
  • 22.
  • 23. Nuclear Doctrine
  • 24. AL KHALID
    AGOSTA
  • 25. Foreign military relations
    CHINA
    SRI LANKA
    FRANCE
  • 26. Foreign relations of Pakistan
    Pakistan is the second largest Muslim country in terms of population (after Indonesia), and its status as a declared nuclear power, being the only Islamic nation to have that status, plays a part in its international role
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  • 27. For several years prior to the November 2008 Mumbai attacks, Pakistan's relations with India had been gradually improving, which opened up Pakistan's foreign policy to issues beyond security.
    An increasingly important actor on the world scene, Pakistan formed the "Friend of Pakistan" group which includes important countries such as Australia, Britain, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United States, the United Nations and European Union
  • 28. PAKISTAN’s Relation with
    Saudi Arabia
    Iran
    China
    India
    USA
  • 29. SAUDI ARABIA
  • 30. The bilateral relations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan are close and friendly.
    In May 1998, before Pakistan's Chagai-I nuclear tests, Saudi Arabia promised to supply 50,000 barrels per day of free oil to help Pakistan cope with likely economic sanctions in the aftermath.
  • 31. IRAN
  • 32. In 1947 Iran was the first country to recognize the newly independent state of Pakistan
    The Shiite factor
    Pakistan has the second largest Shia population in the Muslim world after Iran
  • 33. China
  • 34. China helped pak. JF-17 Thunder fighter aircraft, K-8 Karakorum advance training aircraft, space technology, Al-Khalid tank, Babur cruise missile
    China played a major role in the development of Pakistan's nuclear infrastructure
  • 35. India
  • 36. There have been some improvements in relations since the mid-2000s.
    Most notably, Pakistan released an Indian man accused of being a spy in 2008: he had been detained since 1975. But relations soured slightly after the 2008 Mumbai Terrorist Attacks
  • 37. U.S.A
    Main Points of Kerry Lugar Bill
    1. Army will not interfere in politics2. Army's major postings will be approved by the US3. There will not be restrictions to US citizens in Pakistan (Black Water)4. There will be access of US to any person related to nuclear energy (Dr A Q Khan)5. Aid will be given to persons, not the Pakistan government
    Pakistan will make sure that their territory will not be used against any other.
  • 38. Pakistan ‘s Politics
    2006 to 2009
    POLITICS
  • 39. In the previous three years Pakistan has passed through political meltdown
  • 40. The starting point of this melt down was killing of Nawab Akbar Bugti on 26 august 2006, by army in Baluchistan
  • 41. THIS raises chaos and unrest through out the country specially in Baluchistan
    THIS also motivates centrifugal forces in the province and as a result Baluchistan now is an intrigaty issue
  • 42. In a rather shocking move, the President, Gen. Perzez Musharraf dismissed the C.J of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, Iftikhar Mohammed Chaudhry for alleged “misuse of authority.” on MARCH 9 2007
    This starts the lawyer's movement which shake the country for the up coming three years
    Media civil society x-service men etc all stand up with the lawyers to restore the cj
  • 43. NO doubt lawyers movement was the most popular movement in history of Pakistan
    BUT it was started at the time when the country was on the target by the terrorist
    IT also add violence in the society
  • 44.
    • Lal MASJID ASSUALTED APRIL 7,2007
    • 45. DISPUTE of lal masjid started when some female students capture a children library and kidnapped the employees of a Chinese misaaj centre
    • 46. They also vowed to enforce Islamic laws in the federal capital and threatened to unleash a wave of suicide bombers if the government took any action to counter it
  • INSTEAD of solving this problem politically GEN pervaiz use power to solve the issue
    And Operation silence started
  • 47. OPERATION SILANCE
  • 48. Laal Masjid operation and lawyers movement put the president Mushraf “In the line of fire”
    HIS popularity was declining with a very high rate
    HE was a S.S.G commander “built to fight”
    AND HE CONTINUE TO FIGHT
  • 49. Sharif brothers were coming back to Pakistan
    Benazir returned with blood shed of more than 100 people
    Lawyers movement and after shocks of laal masjid were in full swing
    And most important presidential ELECTION 2008 was also coming
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  • 52. But WHAT HE DID…………………?
    HE did what a SSG COMMANDER SHOULD DO
    ON november 3 he declared emergency
    RESPONSE TO IT was like”aajbazarmein pa bajoo lain chola”
  • 53. ON 27 DECEMBER Benazir bhutto assassinated
  • 54. ELECTION 18 FEB 2008
  • 55. After the ELECTION YOUSAF RAZA GILLANI WERE ELECTED AS PRIME MINISTER ON MARCH 24 2008
  • 56. ON 18 August 2008 after 9 years Gen pervaiz RESIGN , HERE ARE THE HISTORIC MOMENT OF HIS RESIGN SPEECH
  • 57. After Mushraf Asif Ali Zardari became President of Pakistan
    AND after successful long march cj iftikhar choudary restored
    And some what political melt down of Pakistan is now freezed
  • 58. FILMS FASHIONS AND TV
  • 59. Fashion industry has groomed a lot in Pakistan in recent years
    We had quite a large number of fashion designer in recent years like AIJAAZ ASLAM AMAR BILLAL DEEPAK PARWANI HSY KARMA KHYAL
  • 60. Pakistani models(MALES)
  • 61. AND……WHAT ABOUT SHERAZ……………..?
  • 62. FILMS
    Though we don’t have a establish film industry
    but EVEN THAN two of our film earn international repute
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  • 65. BOTH FILMS WON KARAFILM FESTIVAL AWARDS AND LUX STYLE AWARDS
    KHUDA KAY LIYE DID A BUSINESS OF 25MILLIONS AND RAMCHAND PAKISTANI DID A BUSINESS OF 1.2 MILLIONS
  • 66. MEDIA especially satellite TV is one of another industry which progressed a lot in recent years
    Pakistan had now 115 TV channels
    Out of which 25 channels are that of news which shares the viewers ship of 120 millions people
    PAKSITAN IS CONSIDERED ONE OF THE MOST FRUITFULL MARKET FOR TV CHANNELS
  • 67. Popularity OF TV CHANNELS in terms of ADVERTISEMENT
  • 68. MOST POPULAR PROGRAMS IN PAKSITAN
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  • 71. Terrorism
  • 72. ON SEPTEMBER 11 2001 world trade centre was attacked through planes by some group of people
    American thought that they are Taliban so they attack Afghanistan
    TALIBAN thought that PAKISTAN is helping U.S IN this regard
    So they turned against Pakistan
    THIS IS GENERAL PERSPECTIVE WE HAD ABOUT THE WAVE OF TERRORISM WE ARE FACING
  • 73. CENSORED
  • 74. RAH-NIJAT (WAZIRISTAN OPERATION) WAS STARTED ON 2006-7
    The main purpose of operation was to overcome MILLITANTS
    THOUGH OPERATION IS ON THE WAY BUT IT HAS ACHIEVED MANY MILESSTONE
  • 75. RAH-RAST(SWAT OPERATION) WAS STARTED ON 2008-9
    Due to operation 2million people were displayed
    NOW THE OPERATION IS COMPLETED WITH SUCCESS
  • 76. Impact of terrorism on society
    Terrorism has almost destroyed our economy and industry
    HAS ADD VIOLENCE IN OUR SOCIETY
    WE LOST OUR MANY IMPORTANT POLITICAL AND MILITARY PERSONALS

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