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Mushir Mirza
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Eiffel tower was made in Paris by the French sculptor Bartholdi, in collaboration with Gustave Eiffel and gifted to USA by France, otherwise this picture could be true!!
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Istanbul, Paris and Makkah Mukarrama are my favorites.
 
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The most-visited capital in the world is Bangkok, followed by London and Paris. But the most visited country is France: http://bbc.in/1eknSCO
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At Khewra are the historical salt mines in Pakistan, a number of facilities are made of salt. This is a Mosque made of salt but covered from monsoon rains!!  
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The same type of architecture but localized, we  have mostly Moghul form of architecture here in Pakistan. 
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Pakistan's Elections start this morning" you can feel the wind of change, people are voting to stop the wrong persons to come forward through the power of Franchise! Happy Voting Pakistan 
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Preparing to cast VOTE for the new era---- KARAIN GE AHL NAZAR TAZA BASTIYAAN ABAD ( people of vision will create new and fresh Country) free translation
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we also have it at KUND but both are rivers!
 
Where two oceans meet but do not mix. Gulf of Alaska

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The humanities division at Harvard University, for centuries a standard-bearer of American letters, is attracting fewer undergraduates amid concerns about the degree's value in a rapidly changing job market. This is true of many universities of the world, specially due to commercialization of education in many countries the emphasis is on the so called professional subjects instead of humanities, arts,etc.  
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Industrial or economic development make the life of the citizens comfortable and usher in an era of progress and happiness but it introduces a number of socio economic evils-- I am focusing on POLLUTION of water, air, environment, etc. Those who have been to Bhutan notice that the fish can be seen and recognized in river beds because there is no industry and no pollution. Industry and pollution go hand in hand. Somebody well said there is no free lunch in this world!   
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Why Pakistan is going back to "stone age " through power crisis?
The crisis is the product of multiple factors, from decrepit power plants to crumbling transmission lines to decades-old policy mistakes. One reason, however, stands above the others: most Pakistanis will not pay their bills.
The system is paralyzed by $5 billion in “circular debt” —basically, a long chain of unpaid bills that cuts across society, from government departments to wealthy politicians to slum dwellers. At its worst, this leaves power providers with no funds to pay for fuel, so their plants slow or shut down entirely.
Although easing the $5 billion “circular debt” is the principal problem, experts say money is only part of the solution. Deep-rooted structural issues, exacerbated by political interference and systemic graft, lie at the heart of Pakistan’s power crisis. Corruption is notorious in the private power sector, where political supporters win lucrative contracts, often at inflated costs or without even producing a megawatt of power. About 20 percent of the electricity supply disappears across the country, and up to 33 percent in the worst-affected district, as a result of dilapidated transmission lines or outright theft, said Fariel Salahuddin, a power sector consultant. Population growth alone is adding 1,000 megawatts per year to the country’s electricity needs. Source: DECLAN WALSH and SALMAN MASOOD
The New York Times - ‎Tuesday‎, ‎May‎ ‎28‎, ‎2013
Misuse of power, corruption at all tiers of society and incompetent leadership are the prime forces behind the troubles! 
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John Chapman (September 26, 1774 – March 11, 1845), often called Johnny Appleseed, was an American pioneer nurseryman who introduced apple trees to large parts of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, including the northern counties of present day West Virginia. He became an American legend while still alive, due to his kind, generous ways, his leadership in conservation, and the symbolic importance he attributed to apples.
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