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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post Pakistan Day: Freeing the Colonized Minds of the Elites
"Demonization of Islam and Orientalism in Western mediaWritten by Jasmina Eminic Categorised A Different ViewIn the late seventies, Edward Said published his prominent work Orientalism, in which he, among other things, exposed and criticized western…"
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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post Pakistan Day: Freeing the Colonized Minds of the Elites
"Orientalist discourse in media textsNecla Mora*https://www.j-humansciences.com/ojs/index.php/IJHS/article/view/857AbstractBy placing itself at the center of the world with a Eurocentric point of view, the Westexploits other countries and communities…"
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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post Pakistan Day: Freeing the Colonized Minds of the Elites
"Practical Orientalism in Mass Media: An Analysis of the Media Reporting inRelation to the Sexual Assaults in Cologne by the German TV Channel ZDFhttp://lup.lub.lu.se/luur/download?func=downloadFile&recordOId=8877167&fileOId=8877171In the…"
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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post Pakistan Day: Freeing the Colonized Minds of the Elites
"In Pakistan, patriotism has become an epithetNation needs individual, collective conscience towards positivity and patriotism Presentation of a true picture of the flaws and weaknesses of a country, in this case, Pakistan, is one thing. Constant is…"
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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post Pakistan's Insatiable Appetite For Energy
"Will rising demand, new exploration activity and a refresh of government policy bring renewed confidence in Asia-Pacific’s upstream industry in 2019? Wood Mackenzie’s research director Andrew Harwood shares his…"
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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post Pakistan's Insatiable Appetite For Energy
"At Kekra I, 143 miles from #Karachi coast, gas flows can be as big as Sui field at 3 to 8 trillion cubic feet (TCF), or 25-40 percent of #Pakistan’s total #gas reserves.Well diameter is 18 to 24 inches. Current depth of 1900 feet. Good news by…"
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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post Pakistan Among Top 5 Countries to Discover Oil and Gas in 2017
"At Kekra I, 143 miles from #Karachi coast, gas flows can be as big as Sui field at 3 to 8 trillion cubic feet (TCF), or 25-40 percent of #Pakistan’s total #gas reserves.Well diameter is 18 to 24 inches. Current depth of 1900 feet. Good news by…"
18 hours ago
Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post Pakistan's Insatiable Appetite For Energy
"#Pakistan #ExxonMobil offshore drilling site #Kekra-1 143 miles from #Karachi is among top 3 potential "big oil finds" in #Asia…"
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    Pakistan Garment Industry Becoming More Cost Competitive With Bangladesh's?

    Low wages and trade deals with Western nations have helped Bangladesh build a $30 billion ready-made garments (RMG) industry that accounts for 80% of country's exports. Bangladesh is the world's second largest RMG exporter after China. Rising monthly wages of Bangladesh garment worker in terms of US dollars are now catching up with the minimum wage in Pakistan, especially after recent Pakistani rupee devaluation. Minimum monthly wage in Pakistan has declined from $136 last year to $107 now…

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    Posted by Riaz Haq on January 12, 2019 at 8:00pm — 6 Comments

    Pakistani Mini Invasion of China?

    Mid-1960s America saw a phenomenon called the "British Invasion". Anecdotal evidence suggests similar phenomenon, albeit on a smaller scale, is occurring in China with about 100,000 Pakistanis arriving there in recent years. While the growing presence of the Chinese in Pakistan gets a lot of press, there has been relatively little coverage of the movement of people in the other direction---from…

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    Posted by Riaz Haq on January 10, 2019 at 8:00pm — 4 Comments

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