What Is The Time Difference Between England And Pakistan?


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Neha Agrawal Profile
Neha Agrawal answered
Pakistan is ahead of England by four hours.

You can calculate the time difference between countries online with a time zone converter. It is important to understand that there are 24 time zones on earth. Each zone is known as the Local Time Zone for that area which is in relation to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) or Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

To use the online time zone converter, the first thing you need to do is open the internet on your computer and search in Google, Yahoo or any search engine for a time zone converter. Once you have found a relevant converter, you will be asked to select the date and time from a drop down menu. It is important to keep in mind that the date and time you have selected may not calculate correctly because not all locations on the planet observe day light savings time (DST). This is relevant because if they do not observe DST then the day will not end on the same date you have selected.

After you have chosen the date and time from the drop down menu, you should select the first country from the relevant menu. Some countries have various time zones so you should pick the right city that you want to find the correct time difference. Once you've done that, you can select the second country you want to use following the same criteria. All you have to do after that is click on the 'convert time' button displayed and the page will open up with the number of hours each country is currently in and the time difference between the two countries you selected.
Rajesh Shri Profile
Rajesh Shri answered
In winter the clocks in England are not in day light saving mode and hence the time difference between Pakistan and England is +5 hours according to the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and Greenwich Mean Time (GMT); so if the time is 1:00 PM in the afternoon on 23rd November, 2006 in London in England the time will be 6:00 PM in Islamabad, Pakistan. Conversely if the time is 1:00 PM in Pakistan then the time in England will be 8:00 AM.

When the clocks in UK are in daylight saving mode which commences from March 25, 2007 to October 28, 2007 the time difference between England and Pakistan will be +6 hours as the time will be one hour ahead to what it is in winter.
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Anonymous answered
Pakistan is GMT +5    i.e 5 hours ahead of England.    If it's 12:00 PM (noon) in England, it's 5:00 PM in Pakistan
Annisa Ali Profile
Annisa Ali answered
Its 4 hours different , Pakistan is more faster
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
The time difference between England and Pakistan and based on their capitols Islamabad and London (Greenwich Mean Time), is four hours forward. For example, if it is 15.28 in England, it will be 19.28 in Pakistan.
Adil Hassan Profile
Adil Hassan answered
If a match is at 1200 GMT than at what time in Pakistan will the match start
Akshay Kalbag Profile
Akshay Kalbag answered
The simplest way to find out the difference in the time between any two countries in the world is to use the time zone which is used as the international standard time zone, namely the Greenwich Mean Time. The Greenwich Mean Time is abbreviated as GMT.

To use the simplest method to find out the difference in time between the time in England and the time in Pakistan on November 23, 2006 (both England and Pakistan are located in the northern hemisphere and it is winter in both the countries in the month of November), it is advisable to take 12 noon Greenwich Mean Time (that is 12pm in the afternoon in the United Kingdom) as the standard time. Pakistan is four-and-a-half hours ahead of GMT.

Therefore, if it is noon in England, the time in Pakistan is 4.30pm. It means the time in Pakistan is four-and-a-half hours ahead of the time in England. In other words, the time in England is four-and-a-half hours behind the time in Pakistan.
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Anonymous answered
Its 4 four differnce such as if 12pm in pakistan it is 4 am in london ok  mudassar yaseen toba tek singh pakistan

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