Muhammad Irfan Hanif

BBA Hon¶s HRM
irfan.h17@gmail.com

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Realize a leader before he/she will be no more in this world.

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No one is willing to accept me a leader until I·ll be no more in this world.
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Ms bhuttoÙs said A politician is one who wants sacrifices. While, a leader is one who gives sacrifices«

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When leadership lose«

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Charismatic personality

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Leadership behavior

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Communication skills

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Ability to be a leader.
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Confidence

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Adorable

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influencing

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Speechless Statements

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Consideration

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Co-ordination ability

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Dedication

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Planning to assassin a leaderá

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Last sight of leaderá

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Firingáattempt convert into success

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Bomb blastá

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Assassin after blasting

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Economic losses

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KSE IMPACT
The KSE 100-share index closed at 14,772.08 points with a gain of 113.25 points

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ÛBlack MondayÜ
The KSE-100 index plunged into it¶s steepest decline as it fell 696 points to close at 14,076 points on ³Black Monday´. The market took full impact of Benazir Bhutto¶s assassination as investors remained negative and trading volume remained at very low levels of just 71m shares.
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NEGATIVE IMPACT
Karachi Stock Exchange's 100-share index was trading 2.6%, or 370.92 points, lower at 13,706.24. It dipped 3.8% to an intraday low of 13,537.59 in initial trade.

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Pakistan's economy takes a hit
By the death of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto last week, is starting to count the cost of the killing to the fastgrowing economy, with every activity and sector of trade, commerce and industry facing an adverse impact.

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faces increased difficulties in meeting high growth, revenue and export targets.

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suspension of operations
Her violent death led to the complete suspension of trade and industrial activity in Karachi, the country's business and financial hub. The suspension of operations in all five of Karachi's industrial areas cost the economy over 10 billion rupees (US$161.8 million) in one day. The Karachi Stock Exchange was closed for three days, a prelude to turmoil that is likely to remain for the next two to three months.
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(FBR)
Early estimates put the loss in revenues in the economy in the days following the December 27 assassination at 50 billion rupees. According to one estimate, the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) would need 2.74 billion rupees in additional receipts per day in the coming days to meet the 1.025 trillion rupee revenue target set for the current fiscal year, which runs to July.
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negative impact on development projects.
The FBR faces lost collection of income tax, federal excise duty and other levies due to closure of banks and damaged economic activity. Further delay in the clearance of transshipment goods and cancellation of export orders will also cause revenue losses, which in turn could have a negative impact on development projects.
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ØBhutto murder unlikely to derail Indian fund flowsÙ

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Asian markets drop on BenazirÙs death
à à à à BANGKOK Tokyo SEOUL SINGAPORE

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Benazir BhuttoÙs assassination: Pakistan may miss economic targets
‡ The country may face Rs 50bn losses OFFICALS SAID«

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Dollar gains strength against rupee
‡ The dollar gained strength against the rupee in the inter-bank and closed up at the end of the week. According to analysts, DOLLAR : 0.49 EURO : 1.55 POUND : 0.39
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Non-availability of scratch cards: Turmoil in country hits pre-paid mobile users
‡ Telecommunication Sector ‡ Transportation Sector

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S&P: BhuttoÙs assassination may hurt PakistanÙs ratings
The assassination in itself will not result in a rating action. However, a further weakening of Pakistan¶s institutions, in conjunction with rising levels of violence and disorder, and the postponement of the Jan. 8 elections would lead to a rating downgrade.

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Foreign investment outlook
The political instability has further increased foreign investors¶ perceived risk in Pakistan, even as many held back on spending plans as they awaited the outcome of parliamentary elections originally scheduled for January 8 and now postponed following the assassination.

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ØContinuity in growth critical to meet budget targetsÙ
Musharraf expressed sorrow over the loss of Rs 100 billion caused to banks during the post-December 27 riots.

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PSDP to fill the budget gap
On the other hand the overall budget deficit faced by the federal government had reached Rs 158.056 billion during first quarter of the current fiscal year, which is 39.60 percent of the whole fiscal year¶s target of Rs 398 billion. The government paid Rs 111.126 billion as interest on local and foreign loans.
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Banking & insurance losses

à 450 braches looted à Threat that insurance industry will collapse

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SBP quarterly report
‡ Salient features of SBP¶s 1Q¶08 report SBP has recently released the first quarterly report for FY¶08. This report was written before the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, therefore the data used in this report has not included severe losses occurred to the economy.
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Expected downward revision of GDP growth rate

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Disappointing agricultural sector

‡ The government has set the growth target for agricultural sector for FY·08 is 4.8% of GDP.

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Rising Inflation
‡ In Nov¶07, the CPI based food inflation was at very high at 12.5% as against 10.6% in the same month last year. The core inflation non-food non-energy was 6.9% in Nov¶07 as compared to 5.9% in Nov¶06.

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Trade Deficit-an alarming sign
Trade deficit of the country stood at US$4.8b during the period of 5mths¶08 as compared to US$4.4b in the corresponding period of last year, thus depicting an increase of 9.9% in overall trade deficit on YoY basis as per the data provided by SBP.

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