The media in Pakistan has emerged as a powerful institution. It has worked commendably in certain areas. The silent consent and mandate of the public to the media grants the latter absolute power to inquire and question the government action on the people’s behalf. However, electronic media has faced sever criticism for the misuse of power. In Pakistan the media production and publishing content is information and experiences that may provide value for an end-user/audience in specific contexts.
Pakistan 's population is 182.1 million whereas there are 17.2% of the population is living below the poverty line. Many villages and cities do not have a proper access to clean water, power supply and medical care. There are several government hospitals but there are in miserable conditions. People in Pakistan have large families, those who live below the poverty line finds it hard to take care of their children and give them proper education. The literacy rate in Pakistan is 58% which is very low amongst all the countries.
The first thing you must know is the language. The national language of Pakistan is called “Urdu”. Some people are able to speak English, but most of them can’t speak English. So you better know some words in Urdu such as ‘Pani (water)’, ‘Khaanaa (Food)’, ‘Shukria (Thank you)’, etc. The next thing you must know in order to survive in Pakistan is the currency.
1. Introduction: Indian movies are very much popular in our country and movies are very much seen in Pakistan. Indian is a largest showbiz industry in the world and one of the main reasons of great influence of Indian cinema in our society and culture is because of downfall of Pakistani showbiz industry. Pakistani cinema is going down and working poorly. Indian cinema is promoting its culture through its movies and dramas, which are totally based on Hindu folklore.
The overall literacy rate of Pakistan is 46 per cent, which means more than half of the country is illiterate. Since achieving independence in 1947 Pakistan has been a country that has faced many drawbacks economically and politically, nonetheless the most substantial concern this country faces is their lack of education. The media portrays the government having everything under control however the situation of education in Pakistan remains dramatic. Education is the backbone of every nation, and the fate of any country lies upon the education of its people. However, in a country like Pakistan, education is not a basic right of every human being as it should be, which is the foremost reason of educational downfall in Pakistan.
In Pakistani culture no one can be truly independent as the family bond with the family leads anything related to the self. It is as that every family member has their own set of responsibilities towards the family that they must fulfill. The simple and basic idea of moving out of the parent’s house is consider disrespectful and very profane in Pakistani culture however in Canadian culture it is much common and sanctioned of moving out of the parent’s house after a certain age. 2. The lifestyle of regular Pakistani people is different from the Canadians.
Introduction to Pakistani Culture The society and culture of Pakistan comprises numerous ethnic groups: the Punjabis, Kashmiris, Sindhis in east, Muhajirs, Makrani in the south; Baloch, Hazaras and Pashtuns in the west; and the Dards, Wakhi, Baltis and Burusho communities in the north. The culture of these Pakistani ethnic groups have been greatly influenced by many of its neighbors, such as the other South Asians, Turkic peoples as well as the peoples of Central Asia and the Middle East. The region has formed a distinct unit within the main geographical complex of South Asia, the Middle East and Central Asia from the earliest times, and is analogous to the position of Afghanistan. ]There are differences among the ethnic groups in cultural
The food that people eat in Pakistan is very different from what people eat in United States. In Pakistan they did not eat pizza, burgers, or any other fast foods on a regular basis. They ate chapati. It is a kind of bread, but it is flat and round. To eat chapati a person would have to break a piece and then dip it into a curry or any other dish.
Pakistan’s Poor disaster management has caused a huge loss to the tourism industry. 4.4.Inefficiency of Airlines Services Transportation sector is a key factor of all sector of any economy and for the tourism sector aviation industry is the main contributor for bringing foreign tourist to the country. The aviation industry affects all different sector of the Pakistan’s economy, for e.g. the International Trade, tourism and socio-economic condition of the country. But hijacks and various crashes are associated with aviation industry of Pakistan which resulted in downfall of the image of Pakistan in the tourist eye so they found it unsafe to visit Pakistan, which is effecting the tourism of country.
Background: Pakistan is a diverse country in its culture, food, weather and music. Pakistani folk music is one of the most appreciated type of music. Pakistani folk artist contains a value able position around the world. Pakistani folk artists such as Tufail Niazi, Mai Bhaigi,Taj Mastani, Zarsanga, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Aabida Parveen, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Shafqat Amanat have been visiting abroad, doing their performances and gathered a lot of appreciation. It is decided that folk artist of Pakistan will be performing in UK, it will be treat to watch those Pakistani living in UK who miss their homeland and they will get opportunity to get connected with their beloved country for a while.