Saarc introduction ppt. Saarc Countries PPT 2019-01-08

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Introduction to SAARC by Karl Zhao on Prezi

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Colombo and Trincomalee are important seaports. South Asian Region South Asia is the second fastest growing region in the world and it has the potential to be an economic power by the year 2025. Tarai region has moist deciduous forests. The private sector is effective in bringing in a commercial orientation and operating in a non-political way. Reasonable reserves of coal, iron, gold, mineral oil, limestone and rock salt.

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The secretariat is headed by the secretary-General appointed by the Council of Ministers. Hilly areas are found in north-eastern part bordering India. Hindukush Range in Afghanistan is the western extension of Himalayas and the Arakan Yoma of Myanmar are the eastern extension. There is strong need for youth empowerment and focus on business leadership for South Asian economic development. The Tropic of Cancer passes through the middle of the country. Dense network of roads and railways, mainly in Punjab.

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saarc introduction ppt

Only 30% of the total land area is suitable for agriculture. If actual tariff rates in these four least developed member states are already below 30% on January 1, 2006, the agreement comes into force, there will be an annual reduction of 5% for each of the two years. It is bounded by three sides by Arabian Sea west , Ocean South and Bay of Bengal East. All coral reefs are low-lying and average height not more than 02 mts above msl. In 1971 East Pakistan broke away to become Bangladesh and West Pakistan come to be known as Pakistan. Common features of Indian Subcontinent. Broad-leaved evergreen trees like chestnut, deodar, chir, pine, fir and spruce found on mountain.

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Saarc Countries PPT

saarc introduction ppt

Highest peak in Bangladesh is Keyokradong. Rich in wildlife and home to Royal Bengal Tiger. By: 91 month s ago Hello Mr. Fertile Northern plains have the highest population density. Other crops are tea, coconuts, pulses, sugarcane, oilseeds, potatoes, betel leaves and tobacco. Eight Degree Channel separates India from Maldives and Lakshadweep.


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Water transport is well developed. Entire island, except for Jaffna Peninsula in north and coastal plain in the northwest, is made up of hard rocks. Iran in the west and Afghanistan in the northwest. Other important peak is Adams peak. They have fear of dominance from India if they co-operate in order to facilitate faster economic growth.

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saarc introduction ppt

It is represented by the foreign ministers of the member countries. That will be the end of phase 1. Alluvial soil by rivers in valleys and coastal areas. While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server. Higher altitude — fir, birch etc are found. Southeast, near Myanmar, is the Chittagong Hill tract.

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South Asia accounts for only 2. Water from Indus and tributaries. Rice is not cultivated but imported. Provide good sites for the development of hydroelectricity. Businesses have the power to make a difference. Main export good is Jute products.

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Thickly forested and full of wild animals. Has historical importance as all ancient culture and civilization existed here — Indus Valley Civilization at the sites of Harappa and Mohenjodaro. Came into Existence in 1971. Crops grown with the help of rain south-west. Rich fertile alluvial soil is important natural resource. Coastal region is marshy land. Sherpas — Best mountaineers, Gurkhas — among best soldiers.

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Pidurutalagala is the highest mountain peak. Major part located towards the north of the Equator. Main languages are Sinhalese, Tamil and English. Farming is important economic activity. The Indus River Basin — consist vast lowlands drained by Indus River and its various tributaries — Sutlej, Ravi, Chenab and Jhelum in east and River Kabul in west. Forms fertile delta before joining Arabian Sea.

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