Sunday, January 10, 2016

25 Historic And Memorable Currency Notes Of Pakistan



The Pakistani rupee was put into circulation in Pakistan after the dissolution of the British Raj in 1947. Initially, Pakistan used British-Indian coins and notes simply stamped over with “Pakistan”. New coins and banknotes were issued in 1948.  Let’s take a walk through the rich history of Pakistan and see what our currency looked like during different periods. Some of these notes are historic and worth millions.

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Pakistanis being Pakistanis


Kabul Fried Chicken

We don’t really need foreign franchises in Pakistan. As long as we know the name and the logo, we can create our own brand.

No vehicle can be too small

We know how to fit our entire family in any vehicle there is. Nothing can be too small.

There is a joke on every Rickshaw

Our Rickshaw drivers have such a good sense of humor, you never get bored on the go.

We are extremely good at solutions…

If our helmet breaks, we will come up with the perfect alternative.

We can repair anything any number of times

We never throw out any furniture piece. If it breaks, we repair it. If it breaks again, we rebuild it again. There is nothing that cannot be rebuilt or repaired by us.

For these and other reasons I'm still living here kkkkkk


9 trends in Pakistan that we hope will go away in 2016

Monday, January 4, 2016

The 17 Highest Altitude Lakes In Pakistan!

12 Pakistani Inventions That Changed The World!

10 Reasons Why Punjabis Are Great Company

17 Real Faces Of Pakistan The Media Will Never Show You

Proud to be Pakistani

Reham breaking the news, HONY captures Pakistan, Hell on a visit...



The famous, not so famous and infamous of 2015


Sunday, January 3, 2016

What Life Is Really Like In Pakistan


Well, after almost 5 years living here I have to say that there's a lot of things to add to this video. Good and bad things. But worth watching.


Friday, January 1, 2016

Farzana Shahid


"Yes we have such inspiring people in Pakistan.
She is a living example for those who say that women are not allowed to work in Pakistan on bigger level.
Meet Mrs Farzana Shahid.
One of the most beautiful souls I've ever met. 
Today I took her interview.
She is Director of Academics in Information Technology University.
One of the most successful women in Pakistan.
She has worked with many institutions. She has served as Registrar in Beaconhouse National University. She has the singular privilege of being the first lady registrar in any university of Pakistan at that time.
She has got Award for the “Most Talented Student” from President Zia-ul-Haq for three years in a row from 1977-79 and has won an impressive total of 29 gold medals.
She was also named the “Best Teacher” and “Most Outstanding Principal” throughout her career.
She's been serving in education sector with devotion for 30 years.
According to her, the key to success is honesty, hardworking & obedience and she told that "I never wasted time in my life".
Apart from that she is very kindhearted and highly inspiring lady."

By Salman Alam Khan

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