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The majority of Pakistani Shi'a Muslims belong to the Ithna 'ashariyah school with a significant minority of Nizari Khoja Ismailis (Aga Khanis) and Mustaali Dawoodi Bohras.
Whereas Pakistanis in the United States, Canada and Australia tend to be professionals, the majority of them in the United Kingdom, Germany and the Scandinavian nations comes from a rural background and belongs to the working class.
Pakistani emigrants and their children influence Pakistan culturally and economically, keeping close ties with their roots by travelling and returning to Pakistan and by investing there.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/p/pa/pakistan.html   (5674 words)

 Information of Pakistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
A single member company is also required to appoint a company secretary within fifteen days of incorporation or of becoming a single member company or of the office of company secretary falling vacant and notify such appointment on Form 29 within fourteen days of the date of such appointment.
Company is required to file a list of Directors and consent of Directors and Chief Executive within 7 days of the incorporation and thereafter before the election/appointment of Directors and Chief Executive on Forms 27 and 28.
Every listed company is required to file three copies of audited balance sheet and profit and loss accounts to the SEC, Stock Exchange and the registrar at the time of sending the notice of AGM to the members as well as within 30 days of holding the Annual General Meetig.
www.pak.gov.pk /register-company.aspx   (3569 words)

 Regiments of the Indian and Pakistani Armies: Overview
The Honourable East India Company, established in 1600 and soon growing into one of the world's greatest commercial enterprises, expanded inland from the three main port areas of Bombay, Madras, and Calcutta, setting up English guards at its trading stations.
In the new structure, units would be homogenous only at the company level thus assuring that any future disaffection would not result in whole organised battalions becoming an enemy force.
In the event, the transfer of companies to ensure a wholly Muslim Pakistan was conducted in a very orderly and peaceful manner, regimental solidarity prevailing over one of the most bloody civil wars in history.
www.regiments.org /regiments/southasia/lists/iargts.htm   (2775 words)

 Lists of companies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is an incomplete list of lists of companies.
List of companies listed on the Athens Stock Exchange
List of companies listed on the London Stock Exchange
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lists_of_companies   (94 words)

 U. S. Bureau of Industry and Security - India/Pakistan Sanctions List Published by Commerce Department
Today's list will be published in the Federal Register along with regulatory changes describing the applicable sanctions and licensing requirements.
Listed government nuclear and missile entities: General denial of all trade, including items not specifically listed on the Commerce Commodity Control List except items for repair ("safety of flight") of U.S. commercial aircraft.
Listed government-affiliated entities and private companies (parastatals and private companies): Same as above, with an additional case-by-case exception for trade, unrelated to nuclear or missile programs, which is pursuant to pre-existing business relationships with U.S. firms unrelated to nuclear or missile programs.
www.bis.doc.gov /News/Archive98/Ind-Pak.html   (526 words)

 List of Pakistani companies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of Companies from Pakistan.
This is a list of companies that are traded on Pakistani stock exchanges.
This is a list of major Pakistani companies that work in Private Sector.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Pakistani_companies   (133 words)

 CBS News | Kidnap Photos Agonizing For Paper | January 28, 2002 12:25:01
An e-mail from "The National Movement for the Restoration of Pakistani Sovereignty" accused reporter Daniel Pearl of being a CIA officer posing as a journalist, an accusation the newspaper and CIA dismiss.
The Journal faced a dilemma familiar to news organizations and companies when employees are kidnapped — whether to go public in hopes of pressuring the abductors or keep a low profile and seek their release through quiet diplomacy.
The group demanded that Pakistani nationals detained by the U.S. government be allowed access to their lawyers and families, that Afghanistan's former ambassador to Pakistan, Abdul Salam Zaeef, be handed over to Pakistan, and that F-16 fighter jets purchased by Pakistan in the 1980s be released.
www.cbsnews.com /stories/2002/01/28/attack/main325833.shtml   (1138 words)

 Pakistani Portal - Pakistani chat, Pakistani News, Pakistani Forums, Pakistan update, Free email, discussion board, ...
He''s killed thousands of his own people." Condoleezza Rice, national security advisor to President George W Bush, lists the "compelling" arguments that, she says, are pushing the United States to intervene in Iraq and overthrow President Saddam Hussein (1).
In 1984 the Reagan administration re-established diplomatic relations with Baghdad (interrupted by the 1967 war), deleted it from its list of countries supporting terrorism and promoted it to the rank of bastion against the "Islamic revolution".
At this time US companies, with the backing of the State Department, were exporting to Iraq products that could be used to make biological weapons (3).
www.pakistani.com /weekly.asp?t=article&Page_ID=54   (787 words)

 Defence News March 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Pakistani troops are in Waziristan - a portion of the country on the border with Afghanistan - to find and capture al Qaeda terrorists.
The aim should be to ensure that Boeing Company, USA, continued to purchase components from the PAC even after the expiry of the contract in 2010, he stressed.
The Pakistani systems include the AWC Bravo short-range tactical UAV, AWC Mk 1 and Mk II surveillance and target acquisition UAVs, AWC Vision I and II short-range tactical UAVS, DGMP Hud Hud I and II short-range tactical UAVs and the NDC Vector short-range tactical UAV, according to the report.
www.pakistanidefence.com /news/MonthlyNewsArchive/2006/March2006.htm   (5106 words)

 friendly dictators
While the Secretary of State gave the Ford Motor Company permission to make Nazi tanks, he simultaneously blocked aid to German-Jewish refugees because the US wasn't supposed to be trading with the enemy.
Other US companies trading with the Third Reich were General Motors, DuPont, Standard Oil of New Jersey, Davis Oil Co., and the Chase National Bank.
Besides, the same companies that traded with Hitler were supplying the US with its armaments, and some corporate leaders threatened to withdraw their support if Roosevelt exposed them.
www.thirdworldtraveler.com /US_ThirdWorld/dictators.html   (9246 words)

 CNN.com - Al Qaeda documents outline serious weapons program - January 25, 2002
Two Pakistani nuclear scientists, Bashir Ud-din Mahmood and Abdul Majeed, are suspected by U.S., Pakistani and other coalition intelligence agencies of having provided some of their nuclear knowledge to al Qaeda.
CNN also found a list of 64 chemicals that can be used in explosives and where they are found in common products, such as battery acid and hair pomade.
The list cited burned wood, metal paint and farm fertilizer as sources of the ingredients needed to create ammonium nitrate.
archives.cnn.com /2002/US/01/24/inv.al.qaeda.documents/index.html   (1600 words)

 Gulfnews: More than 10 Pakistani firms to trade on ADSM
Abu Dhabi: More than 10 Pakistani companies are expected to list on the Abu Dhabi Securities Market (ADSM) in the first half of 2007, a top official said yesterday.
Agreements such as these are attracting more international companies drawn to Abu Dhabi, and it will enable investors to spread their risks," he added.
Ibrar Mumtaz, President of the Lahore Stock Exchange, said there are many companies in Pakistan that want to list in the UAE and he looked forward to working with the ADSM to achieve this.
archive.gulfnews.com /business/Markets/10091991.html   (438 words)

 FAS Email Archives -- 1995-96 Missile Defense Monitor
The partially completed factory, said by U.S. officials to be located in a suburb of the northern city of Rawalpindi, near Islamabad, is expected to be capable in a year or two of producing most of the major components of a missile modeled after the Chinese-designed M-11.
Chinese and Pakistani technicians are working together there to prepare for the fabrication of medium-range missiles.
This was discussed when we signed the 1994 agreement" with Washington to bar exports of missiles, such as the M-11, that have an inherent capability to exceed the limit set by the missile control regime.
www.fas.org /MHonArc/BMDList_archive96/msg00082.html   (1304 words)

 The Globalist | Global Security -- Pakistan's Tango With Terror   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
We present a list of 22 of these groups — and offer key facts highlighting the underlying causes that make Pakistan such a fertile breeding ground for terrorism.
his list casts a pointed spotlight on a country that may have the highest internal terrorism threat level in the world.
As of 2002, as many as 1 million Pakistani students study in madrasas — compared with primary school enrollment of 1.9 million.
www.theglobalist.com /DBWeb/printStoryId.aspx?StoryId=4004   (264 words)

 India-Pakistan Press Release - Nov. 13, 1998
The list includes government agencies, government-affiliated firms and private companies as well as certain military entities.
The list will facilitate implementation of the sanctions by helping U.S. exporters to conduct trade in a transparent environment.
Today's list will be published in the Federal Register along with regulatory changes describing the applicable sanctions and licensing requirements.
www.globalsecurity.org /wmd/library/news/india/1998/98111601_clt.html   (476 words)

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A Romanian company engaged in animal farms in Romania desires to attract finance from Saudi companies and investors
A Bangladeshi company engaged in export of cement, aluminum profile for windows and doors, PVC pipe, jute and jute bags, and coir wishes to deal with Saudi companies
A Moroccan company seeks funds from Saudi financiers for an agro project composed of olive oil plant, flour mills, fruit and vegetable cold storing and freezing, and fodder plant
www.saudichambers.org.sa /list.asp?cid=81   (549 words)

 Pakistani Models Male and Female Fashion Model Picture
Pakistani models, either male models or Pakistani female models are known globally in the world of fashion.
Pakistani fashion model like iman ali, amina haq, ZQ, vaneeza etc are the identification of pakistani female model picture around the world of media.
Most of the foreign magazines and advertising companies prefer to present Pakistani model picture in their Advertisement from past 5 to 10 years.
www.pakrishta.com /WebPages/SearchEngine/Page50/Key41PakistaniModel.htm   (210 words)

 News Headings
Besides the Indian companies, 46 Pakistani government and private firms along with some 100 subsidiaries have also been fllisted by the US Commerce Department, which formally published the list yesterday in pursuance of US economic sanctions imposed on the two countries following their May nuclear tests.
NEW DELHI, Nov 14 — India today termed the US "entities list" covering Indian companies and organisations having export restrictions and embargoes from the USA as "unfortunate" saying that "this decision reflects the continuation of a coercive approach that is entirely misplaced and counter-productive".
Reacting to the publication of a US "entities list" of government departments, research institutions, public sector and private companies in India which will be subjected to export restrictions and embargoes from the USA.
www.tribuneindia.com /1998/98nov15/head.htm   (1427 words)

 EU bans some Pakistani airline planes - Boston.com
Phuket Air and DAS Air Cargo/Dairo Air Services were removed from the EU's fllist after rectifying "serious safety deficiencies which had originally led to their banning from Europe," an EU statement said.
The EU will also consider allowing in some Russian flights from nine companies "under exceptional circumstances and on the basis of tight checks," the EU statement said.
The companies are Aero Rent, Tatarstan, Atlant Soyuz, Aviakon Zitotrans, Centre Avia, Gazpromavia, Lukoil, Russian Sky (Russkoe Nebo) and Utair.
www.boston.com /news/world/europe/articles/2007/03/05/eu_bans_some_pakistani_airline_planes?mode=PF   (365 words)

 List of Oil and Gas Companies in Asia
SOCAR - State Oil Company of Azerbaijan - is the government-owned entity responsible for all aspects of exploration and development related to oil and gas fields both onshore and offshore for the Republic of Azerbaijan
The list of Oil Gas Companies in Asia listed in this region guide is ranked by their company listing category.
The basic free listed petroleum companies in Asia is listed at the end of the list.
www.subsea.org /company/allbyregion.asp?qregion=Asia   (1485 words)

 An aircraft carrier for China? | Pakistani Forces Forum | PakistaniForces.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Pakistani Forces is a professional and comprehensive site of Pakistani Military Forces, providing detailed information, military gallery, defence news, and discussion forum.
Senior defense officials in Japan and Southeast Asia were intrigued when Chinese companies bought two decommissioned Russian antisubmarine carriers, the Minsk and Kiev, but speculation that these would have some military role in China proved groundless.
A Macao-based company with close ties to the Chinese armed forces bought the carrier without engines, rudders or armament and said it would be moored in the former Portuguese colony as a floating casino.
www.pakistaniforces.com /forums/showthread.php?t=686   (4543 words)

 washingtonpost.com: Jet Is an Open Secret in Terror War
According to former CIA operatives experienced in using "proprietary," or front, companies, the CIA likely used, or intended to use, some of the 325 names to hide other activities, the nature of which could not be learned.
On Oct. 26, 2001, Masood Anwar, a Pakistani journalist with the News in Islamabad, broke a story asserting that Pakistani intelligence officers had handed over to U.S. authorities a Yemeni microbiologist, Jamil Qasim Saeed Mohammed, who was wanted in connection with the October 2000 bombing of the USS Cole.
A lawyer in Washington, whose name is listed on a 1996 IRS form on record at the Secretary of the Commonwealth's office in Massachusetts -- and whose name is whited out on some copies of the forms -- hung up the phone last week when asked about the company.
www.washingtonpost.com /ac2/wp-dyn/A27826-2004Dec26?language=printer   (1543 words)

 ArmsControlWonk: MI5 Document on Proliferation
The list was compiled two years ago, shortly after the security service mounted a surveillance operation at the high commission which is the only diplomatic institution on the list.
Eleven Israeli organisations appear on the list, along with 73 Indian bodies, which are said to have been involved in WMD programmes.
British readers apparently have some backstory on this document, related to Pakistani procurement efforts in the UK and a controversy over whether MI5 was bugging the Pakistani embassy.
www.armscontrolwonk.com /820/companies-and-organisations-of-proliferation-concern   (463 words)

 LA Weekly - News - Made in the USA, Part III: The Dishonor Roll - Jim Crogan - The Essential Online Resource for Los ...
Some companies have since changed hands, and representatives of the new businesses said they had no information on exports by the old firms.
Nearly all of the documentation for this list comes from official sources, investigations and multiple interviews with authoritative sources.
Some of the source material is presented at the end of the entire list.
www.laweekly.com /ink/03/23/news-crogan.php   (777 words)

 EFF: Privacy
An article in the Guardian yesterday reported that the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI is using sophisticated technology from the U.S. as part of a campaign of kidnapping, torture, and even murder.
At first, the target appeared to be radical Islamic groups (which is ironic, because the ISI was a key player in the ascendency of the Taliban in the first place), but soon enough the victims included people who were completely innocent, or guilty only of political opposition to the Pakistani regime.
In the middle of this report is a description of how these agencies are using a lot of surveillance technologies that were given to them by the United States, in aid of this campaign...
www.eff.org /Privacy   (1129 words)

 ArmsControlWonk: MI5 Document on Proliferation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The list was compiled two years ago, shortly after the security service mounted a surveillance operation at the high commission which is the only diplomatic institution on the list.
Eleven Israeli organisations appear on the list, along with 73 Indian bodies, which are said to have been involved in WMD programmes.
British readers apparently have some backstory on this document, related to Pakistani procurement efforts in the UK and a controversy over whether MI5 was bugging the Pakistani embassy.
armscontrolwonk.com /820/companies-and-organisations-of-proliferatio...   (463 words)

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