Islamabad

What is Islamabad known for?


medical complex

of the major landmarks of the F-8 sector. G sectors are numbered G-5 through G-17. Some important places include the Jinnah Convention Center and Serena Hotel (Serena Hotels) in G-5, the Red Mosque (Lal Masjid) in G-6, and the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, the largest medical complex in the capital, located in G-8. thumb Islamabad Stock Exchange (File:Ufone(telecom tower) & islamabad.jpg) & Telecom Tower (Telecom Tower Islamabad) The H sectors are numbered H-8 through H-17. The H sectors are mostly dedicated to educational and health institutions. National University of Sciences and Technology (National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan) covers a major portion of sector H-12. The I sectors are numbered from I-8 to I-18. With the exception of I-8, which is a well-developed residential area, these sectors are primarily part of the industrial zone. Currently two sub-sectors of I-9 and one sub-sector of I-10 (I-10, Islamabad) are used as industrial areas. CDA is planning to set up Islamabad Railway Station in Sector I-18 and Industrial City in sector I-17. Zone III consists primarily of the Margalla Hills and Margalla Hills National Park. Rawal Lake is in this zone. Zone IV and V consist of Islamabad Park, and rural areas of the city. The Soan River flows into the city through Zone V. Islamabad Rawalpindi Metropolitan Area Commons:Category:Islamabad WikiPedia:Islamabad Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan Provinces Islamabad Capital Territory


arain

known as Jalandhar in the state of Punjab, India. Chaudhry belongs to Arain clan,his father, Chaudhry Jan Muhammad,a police officer, migrated from India at partition to a village in Faisalabad District and then went to Quetta, Balochistan during partition in 1947.He has spent all his life in Quetta and moved to Islamabad, when he was elevated judge of Supreme Court of Pakistan in the year 2000.Chaudhry has three brothers who are settled abroad and he is second


popular growing

were first exposed to hip hop as an American export. Overseas Pakistanis (Pakistani diaspora) have aided in the popularity and promotion of hip hop in Pakistan. In recent years, local Pakistani hip hop artists have begun to emerge in underground scenes in large cities such as Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore. The lyrical expression of cultural identity and addressing Pakistan's political and social problems is vital in making hip hop a popular growing genre. It is mainly performed in English (English language), Urdu, and Punjabi (Punjabi language). Al-Zawahiri supplied direction for the Lal Masjid siege, codename Operation Silence, in July 2007. This was the first time to confirmed that that Al-Zawahiri was taking militant steps against the Pakistan Government, and guiding Islamic militants against the State of Pakistan. The Pakistan Army troops and Special Service Group taking control of the Red Mosque in Islamabad found letters from al-Zawahiri directing Islamic militants Abdul Rashid Ghazi and Abdul Aziz Ghazi, who ran the mosque and adjacent madrasah. This conflict resulted in 100 deaths. Bin Laden’s deputy behind the Red Mosque bloodbath, Dean Nelson, Islamabad and Ghulam Hasnain, TIMESONLINE, July 15, 2007 thumb upright left Halite cubes from the Stassfurt Potash deposit, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany (size: 6.7 x 1.9 x 1.7 cm) (File:Halite-249324.jpg) Halite occurs in vast beds of sedimentary evaporite minerals that result from the drying up of enclosed (endorheic) lakes, playa (Dry lake)s, and seas. Salt beds may be hundreds of meters thick and underlie broad areas. In the United States and Canada extensive underground beds extend from the Appalachian (Appalachia) basin of western New York through parts of Ontario and under much of the Michigan Basin. Other deposits are in Ohio, Kansas, New Mexico, Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan. The Khewra salt mine (Khewra Salt Mines) is a massive deposit of halite near Islamabad, Pakistan. In the United Kingdom there are three mines, the largest of these is at Winsford in Cheshire producing half a million tonnes on average in six months. Winsford Halite Mine, Random fact appears on each page—this is one example. '''Rawalpindi''' (Urdu: Commons:Category:Islamabad WikiPedia:Islamabad Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan Provinces Islamabad Capital Territory


modern+amp

Pak Tower building stands one of the oldest restaurants in Islamabad. Established in 1991 with buy one, get one free pizza. Wide range of cuisines i.e. Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Pakistani & Continental. Prices are moderate, ambiance is modern & service is friendly *'''Lasania Restaurant''', 66 West Junaid Plaza, Blue Area (Ph: 227-3200, 287-2200). This place is very nicely decorated and is also situated in a very nice location. They have a huge selection of BBQ, Pakistani and Chinese food items on the menu. Their food is not extremely spicy like most other places. *'''Cinnamon''', Beverley Center, Blue Area, 051 2206988. One of Islamabad's best European restaurants, serving a range of continental pastas, salads and meat dishes, as well as a range of refreshing mocktails. The décor is absolutely superb, with black and white motifs and photographs, and the service and quality of food equally good. The perfect place to have a quiet albeit slightly expensive dinner. Commons:Category:Islamabad WikiPedia:Islamabad Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan Provinces Islamabad Capital Territory


big+range

that this place tops the Tripadvisor listings for Islamabad. Mains around Rs400-500. *'''Tehzeeb Bakers''', F-6 Blue Area, Driving along the main road in blue area, with pizzas, bakery products, rich creamy milk ice creams etc. are available. A big range to choose from. Although it is a fairly big store, there are no eat-in arrangements. Right next to Tehzeeb Bakers is a place called Safilo, which offers a wide range of ice-creams, milkshakes and juices. They pride themselves in their cleanliness


innovative skills

and beneficiaries of the Comilla and OPP projects. Dr Akhtar Hameed Khan (1914–1999) was the founder and first Director of the project Allama Mashriqi & Dr. Akhtar Hameed Khan: Two Legends of Pakistan, Nasim Yousaf, Xlibris Corporation, 2003, ISBN 1-4010-9097-4 , and through his dynamic and innovative skills 1998, Ashok Nigam and Sadig Rasheed,


professional research

. Establishment of Human Development Center (1996) In 1996, Dr Haq founded the Human Development Center in Islamabad, Pakistan- a policy research institute committed to organizing professional research, policy studies and seminars in the area of human development, with a special focus on the South Asian region. He devoted his later years in working towards greater unity in South Asia for social and economic development. Pakistan In Pakistan a 21 gun salute


years title

Olympic Torch Relay gets underway in Pakistan publisher Daily Excelsior accessdate 2008-06-18 to hold the torch in the relay out of the chosen 66.


made life

that she will have to meet "one Shagufta and in Islamabad the PM’s adviser". She again complained against the police personnel assigned at her residence in Meerwala saying that they had made life miserable for her and her family and that her aide Naseem was denied exit from Mukhtaran’s house. Further the local police were pressing her to surrender her passport, coinciding with an invitation extended by an organization of Pakistani doctors in North America for Mukhtaran to attend a moot being organized there in the current month to discuss the state of women and human rights in Pakistan. Mukhtaran observed that "''I think the government does not want me to attend that moot (..) for this reason, perhaps, my name has been put on the Exit Control List''". Mukhtaran being shifted to Lahore, Dawn (Dawn (newspaper)), June 13, 2005. On 14 June 2005, at a press conference in Islamabad, Mukhtaran demanded removal of her name from the Exit Control List, and also complained that she was "''virtually under house arrest''" because of the large police contingent assigned to protect her. Mukhtaran allowed to go abroad, Dawn (Dawn (newspaper)), June 16, 2005. date_of_arrest February 2002 place_of_arrest Islamabad, Pakistan arresting_authority Pakistani police (Inter-Services Intelligence) Murree is accessible by road from the centre of the Islamabad and Rawalpindi areas. It is still associated with Britain; many British fruits (including cherries, raspberries and strawberries) thrive locally. There is a church, built in 1857, located at the centre of the town, which is still used as a place of worship. Many houses around the church are still standing, functioning mostly as hotels. Old traditional restaurants have been replaced by fast-food shops and newer restaurants. Some famous old places of accommodation, such as the Rich Villa Inn and Gulberg Hotel, have completely disappeared. A typical hotel provides a motel-type accommodation with breakfast and communication access. Newly built hotels are also accessible. Assassination Azam Tariq was shot and killed in an attack on October 4, 2003 near Islamabad as he left the M2 (M2 motorway (Pakistan)) Motorway to enter the city. Another leader, Qari Zia-ur-Rehman was also killed. Tariq's supporters blamed Shi'a sectarians for the killings, and Shi'a leader Sajid Naqvi was arrested several days later. Commons:Category:Islamabad WikiPedia:Islamabad Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan Provinces Islamabad Capital Territory


made building

: www.rockbistro.com.pk email address Street 11a F10 2 lat long directions off Street 8 phone 051 2547764 tollfree fax hours Open until late price Mains Rs 450+ content Worth visiting just to see the custom made building. Nestled in the suburban sprawl of F10 this place offers a varied menu covering many cuisines, and doing a pretty good job at most of them. One of the more memorable places to eat in the city and certainly worth seeking out. * Commons:Category:Islamabad WikiPedia:Islamabad Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan Provinces Islamabad Capital Territory

Islamabad

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Since its foundation, Islamabad has attracted people from all over Pakistan, making it one of the most cosmopolitan and urbanized cities of Pakistan. As the national capital, Islamabad is the seat of the Government of Pakistan; the Presidential Palace (Aiwan-e-Sadr) is located here. Islamabad is also home to the Pakistan Monument, which is one of the two national monuments of Pakistan. Islamabad hosts a large number of foreign diplomats, politicians and government employees. The Capital Development Authority is responsible for managing the public works within the city.

Islamabad is located in the Pothohar Plateau in the northeastern part of the country, within the Islamabad Capital Territory. The region has historically been a part of the crossroads of Punjab (Punjab, Pakistan) and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with the Margalla Pass (Margalla hills) acting as the gateway between the two regions.

The city is home to the Faisal Mosque, the largest mosque (List of mosques in Pakistan) in South Asia Allama Iqbal Open University in Islamabad is one of the world's largest universities by enrollment (World's largest universities). Islamabad has the lowest infant mortality rate in the country at 38 deaths per thousand as compared to the national average of 78 deaths per thousand. The Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences is one of the largest research oriented hospitals in South Asia.

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