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Jabal-e-Noor-ul-Quran

Jabal-e-Noor-ul-Quran: A Sanctified Place Located on the outskirts of Quetta stand the Mountains of Chiltan, which hold a secret! Inside it, is Jabal-e-Noor-ul-Quran which is a hill encompassing a network of tunnels that are a mile long. However it is no ordinary hill, for it contains thousands…

Aleem Dar: More Than Just an Umpire

The term Umpire comes from an old French word ‘nompere’ which means peerless or odd. This is consistent with the fact that an Umpire is not a member of the team; and is impartial. However he is an authoritative figure, the decision maker of all…

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Around Pakistan

Forts of Cholistan: Historical Gems of Architecture

Fabulous Forts of Cholistan The Cholistan desert is spread over 10,000 square miles and is 20 miles away from the city of Bhawalpur.  It is a great tourist attraction with many awe-inspiring ancient relics as well as a rich culture. Among various things the Forts of…

Shah Allah Ditta, Buddha caves, ancient caves, Islamabad, Pakistan, places to visit

70 Decades Old Shah Allah Ditta Village and Buddhist Caves

Shah Allah Ditta Village: A Picturesque Historical Place Strikingly, the old village is titled after a well known Mughal Dervish Shah Allah Ditta and holds a significant presence for its evergreen historical background and beauty that overflows like a river. The age of this village…

First Ever Sightseeing Buses for Touring Islamabad-Rawalpindi Launched by PTDC

Pakistan Tourism & Development Corporation (PTDC) Promoting Tourism by Initiating Sightseeing Buses To promote tourism, Pakistan Tourism & Development Corporation (PTDC) launched the first ever sightseeing buses for Islamabad–Rawalpindi that will take its passengers on a tour of a number of exciting places in the…

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Artistry and Crafts

Baluchi Rugs: Epitomizing their Culture Beautifully

The majority of Baluchis live in Pakistan. However they are also live in the western area of Afghanistan and in the South-Eastern border of Iran, thereby Baluchi rugs have a flavor of all three cultures. They make an excellent addition to the décor of the…

Sindhi-Kutch Styled Embroidery

Stunning Sindhi-Kutch Styled Mirror Embroidery

Mirror Embroidery incorporates delicate pieces of these reflecting surfaces within the needlework. Conventionally, these embroideries were sewn by the women belonging to rural areas. These works were then used for wearing on celebration of a particular festival or, later on, for selling to generate a…

Handicrafts

Handicrafts of Pakistan: A Pour Over of the Famous Artistry

Acknowledging the Marvels of Pakistan Aware and delight yourself with the most absorbing specialties of our country – the captivating and alluring handicrafts. The stupendous artisanship is overwhelmingly renowned as the cultural recognition of Pakistan. The tradition of creating handicrafts is thousand-year old. It is considered as…

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Where Ideas Take Flight

A Decade of Excellence – Reaching for the Stars (Part I)

Rising Pakistani Youth Youth are the prime architects of the nation. They serve as the backbone of every country, so in short they are a great asset. And it can be said without a moment’s hesitation, that the establishment of Pakistan was possible due to…

Pakistani Techpreneur

The Pakistani Techpreneur – A symbol of faith in tomorrow

Nobody talks of entrepreneurship as survival, but that’s exactly what it is and what nurtures creative thinking. Anita Roddick, founder of The Body Shop The ‘failed state’ tag has often been attached to Pakistan in the recent past, especially due to the internal strife it…