Paristan (Land of Fairies) is a Bollywoodfantasy film. It was released in 1944. The film was directed by Mahesh Kaul for Acharya Art productions. It starred Pahari Sanyal, Anjali Devi, Kamal Zamindar, Sunalini Devi, Moni Chatterjee and Padma Bannerjee. The music was composed by Ninu Majumdar and the lyrics were by Roopdas and Ninu Majumdar. This was Mahesh Kaul's second film after Angoori (1943).
Section 1 of the Indian Independence Act 1947 provided that from "the fifteenth day of August, nineteen hundred and forty-seven, two independent dominions shall be set up in India, to be known respectively as India and Pakistan." India was treated by the United Nations as the successor-state to the former British India. As it was already a member of the United Nations, India continued to hold its seat there and did not apply for a new membership. However, Pakistan was a newly created nation and needed to apply to join. It was admitted as a UN member on 30 September 1947, a few weeks after its independence The British monarch became head of state of the new dominion, with Pakistan sharing a king with the other Commonwealth realms, but the monarch's constitutional roles were delegated to the Governor-General of Pakistan, and most real power resided with the new government headed by Jinnah.
The IMF descends upon Pakistan when it is faced with economic calamity and its political leaders happily waste time in litigation and mutual imprecations ... How will such a Pakistan set an example on how to address any challenge? How will it prioritise education, rationality, ...
However, Pakistan’s ailing economy — with less than a month’s reserves left, a currency in free fall, and a mountain of debt payments ahead — has reached that point where medication (policy adjustment) alone cannot cure it ...There is no time to waste. The writer teaches economics at SOASUniversity of London and is associated with Bloomsbury Pakistan.
ISLAMABAD, Feb 1 (UrduPoint / PakistanPointNews - ...Kakakhel said that Pakistan was also confronted by the evil of the industrial revolution and despite drives in major cities to control and minimise the use of micro and macro-plastics, so far no remarkable progress was achieved.
RawalpindiWasteManagementCompany (RWMC) was making all-out efforts to keep the city clean and green. RAWALPINDI, (UrduPoint / PakistanPointNews - 1st Feb, 2023 ) .Rawalpindi Waste Management Company (RWMC) was making all-out efforts to keep the city clean and green.
Therefore, the issue of solid waste management is critical ... shortage of space for solid waste ... While solid waste management is very important, it is, unfortunately, not a priority in Pakistan, and the relevant authorities are unable to deal with the issue effectively.
The coming financial year may not bring hope for Pakistan as most economic sectors are on the decline ... The finance minister Ishaq Dar wasted crucial four months believing that Pakistan would receive 'unconditional' loans from Saudi Arabia, China, and the UAE as well as by selling assets.