Friday, 14 October 2016

Pakistan China Economic Corridor Fiber Optic project underway

Pakistan China Economic Corridor Fiber Optic project underway

China Pakistan Economic Passageway Fiber Optic Project Current.

The project can value $44 Million. 802 kilometre fiber optic are arranged between China and Pakistan..
China Pakistan Economic corridor

Beautiful Grand Jamia Masjid, Bahria Town Lahore

Beautiful Grand Jamia Masjid, Bahria Town Lahore

Grand Jamia Masjid Could Be A Settled InBahria TownLahorePakistan

it’s the third largest masjid in Islamic Republic of Pakistan. it had been inaugurated on Eid-ul-Adha on half dozen October 2014. It will accommodate twenty five,000 worshipers inside, whereas the curtilage and passageway resulting in the most halls of worship will accommodate a complete of seventy,000.The design is influenced by Badshahi masjidWazir Khan masjid and tribal sheikh Zayed masjid, whereas its construction prices over four billion rupees (or around Turkey and over fifty chandeliers foreign from Iran.

Saturday, 13 August 2016

Arfa Software Technology Park Lahore right now

BaBa Pakistani

BaBa Pakistani

Twitter joins Pakistanis in independence day celebrations

Popular social media website — Twitter — has joined Pakistanis in their independence day celebrations as it introduces a special hashtag.

For the first time in the website's decade-long history, it has introduced a hashtag that comprises a green crescent and a star, akin to Pakistan's flag, appearing alongside the country's most popular national monument, Minar-e-Pakistan.

The animation appears with the following hashtags:

Pictures from all over Pakistan

Friday, 12 August 2016

Sales of Independence Day items to reach record Rs50bn

Sales of Indepen­dence Day related items have increased by 100 per cent as the nation appears more enthusiastic in celebrating August 14 this year — breaking all sales records of previous years, traders said.

This year, sales of flags, buntings, badges and other goods began in mid July, almost two weeks earlier as compared to August 1 last year.

The number of roadside stalls increased by more than 50pc due to improving law and order situation in Karachi.

Meanwhile, festive activities — including flag hoisting, fireworks and musical shows as well as illumination of government buildings — are expected to double this year.

“Our sales have already gone up by over 100pc this year and well surpassed our targets,” owner of VIP Flags, Sheikh Nisar Ahmad Parchamwala told Dawn on Friday.

“It seems people of Karachi are being extra zealous than people from other parts of the country,” he said.

“Good thing is that many schools are also celebrating August 14 and holding functions this year. Additional demand this year came from some religious institutions and mosques which are arranging flag hoisting ceremonies coupled with some other celebrations,” Mr Nisar said. He claimed there was thin demand for flags and other items from political parties.

Price increase: The wholesale prices of various items have gone up by 5-10pc than last year, Mr Nisar said. He blamed retailers for charging more than 100pc prices from consumers as August 14 nears.

Development of Greater Iqbal park in progress

This is not some exotic island in the Caribbean, it's High Altitude Meadow in Qaqlasht , Chitral, Pakistan.

This is not some exotic island in the Caribbean, it's High Altitude Meadow in Qaqlasht , Chitral, Pakistan.

Azadi Train begins month-long journey

Minister for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage Senator Pervaiz Rashid said on Thursday that Azadi Train is a symbol of national unity which depicts the past, present and future of the country.

Addressing the launching ceremony of the Azadi Train along with Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafiq and the adviser to prime minister for national history and literary heritage, Irfan Siddiqui, the minister said that the train would inform the new generation especially students about the achievements made by Pakistan.

He said that through the gallery of historic pictures, the new generation would learn how Muslims of the sub-continent struggled under the leadership of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah for achieving Pakistan.

The train consists of coaches representing the culture and traditions of all four provinces of Pakistan and Azad Kashmir and is scheduled to cover some 4,000 kilometres in a journey of a month which will culminate at the port city of Karachi.

The Azadi Train will also depict the country’s fight against terrorism and extremism to eliminate this scrounges from the society, he remarked.

It will also update the masses about the steps taken for progress and development of the country, he added.

According to details, the Azadi Train started its one-month long country-wide journey from Margalla Station Islamabad along with floats depicting different aspects of Pakistan's culture which will highlight sacrifices of heroes of the independence movement.


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