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  1. The floods in Pakistan began in late July 2010, resulting from heavy monsoon rains in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Punjab and, Balochistan regions of Pakistan, which affected the Indus River basin. Approximately one-fifth of Pakistan's total land area was affected by floods, with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province facing the brunt of the damage and casualties (above 90% of all the deaths ...

  2. Pakistan's longest-serving chief justice was Mohammad Haleem for total of 3,205 days. The shortest-serving chief justice was Muhammad Shahabuddin , who died in office 9 days after taking oath. Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry is the only justice to have served non-consecutive terms, for a total of three terms with total of 2,480 days.

  3. Taking personal responsibility for the political isolation and devastation of Pakistan after the fall of East Pakistan, President Yahya Khan stepped down and ceded power to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. President Bhutto created the current Constitution of Pakistan in 1973, transforming Pakistan into a parliamentary democracy , and reducing presidential powers to that of a ceremonial figurehead .

  4. According to the seniority list, Isa will become the 29th Chief Justice of Pakistan on 17 September 2023. 3 Sardar Tariq Masood: 5 November 2015: 10 March 2024: Lahore High Court: 4 Ijazul Ahsan: 28 June 2016: 4 August 2025: Lahore High Court: According to the seniority list, Ahsan will become the 30th Chief Justice of Pakistan on 27 October ...

  5. El conflicto entre la India y Pakistan es un conflicto que tiene su origen en la independencia de estos países en 1947 del régimen político colonial aunque sus antecedentes históricos datan de alrededor del año 2011 por lo que ha llegado a ser nombrado el conflicto de los jóvenes.

  6. Pakistan won the fixture by ten wickets, the first time in 13 attempts that Pakistan had beaten India in either a Cricket World Cup or T20 World Cup match. Summary of results As of 23 October 2022. The two sides have played a total of 203 times. Pakistan has won 88 matches compared to India's 72 victories.

  7. In 2005, Pakistan produced 21,591,400 metric tons of wheat, more than all of Africa (20,304,585 metric tons) and nearly as much as all of South America (24,557,784 metric tons), according to the FAO. The country had harvested more than 25 to 23 million tons of wheat in 2012. Pakistan has also cut the use of dangerous pesticides dramatically.