Nawaz Sharif meet Narendra Modi, Aman ki Asha takes the driving seat?

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who travelled to India for attending the oath ceremony of the newly sworn-in Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was greeted with barrage of criticism from the media quarters. Many political analysts were thinking that Mr. Modi has shown a very good gesture by inviting Pakistani premier in … Read more

Of “national heroes” and tongue twisters

umar akmal clashed with traffic warden lahore

Pakistan’s second match of the now finished Asia cup saw her beat Afghanistan quite convincingly and gain a bonus point, thanks to Umar Akmal’s whirlwind of a century; aptly timed, in complete congruence with the issuance of his arrest warrants for not attending a hearing of the traffic warden case … Read more

Where to Buy Mobile Phones Online in Pakistan?

buying mobile phones online in pakistan

Mobiles can be bought online at a number of websites. One of the reasons why mobiles have been bestsellers online is that there quality is guaranteed through their manufacturers, which are brands in itself. Apple, Samsung, HTC, Sony, Q mobile, Ericsson, they are all huge brands and mobiles manufacturers with … Read more

Major factors affecting the real estate industry of Pakistan

pakistan real estate

Real estate is an important and promising sector of the economy of Pakistan. The property market in Pakistan has been developing rapidly in both the commercial and residential sectors. This not only attracts local investors but also expatriates and overseas Pakistanis. Moreover, investment in real estate is the most common … Read more

Karachi Elections 2013: Rigging, Harassment, and Criminal Negligence by ECP

MQM Rigging New Karachi Godhra

The elections in Karachi were full of blatant rigging, cheating and harassment by MQM. ECP showed its criminal negligence while the LEAs have mostly stood aside, arguing that they have not received the orders to interfere. Zainab Imam sums up the rigging at NA-250, and why MQM is afraid of … Read more

Crying Over One Malala Yousufzai

U.S. terrorism against Iraq in the 90s in the form of sanctions killed well over 500,000 Iraqi children. And that does not include the thousands of children blown to pieces in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Palestine, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Panama, Somalia, etc. See the videos below on how U.S. terrorists think that … Read more