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September 2018

Jacobabad

There are many cities in Pakistan that bore the names of Englishmen who came to rule the Indian Sub-Continent in the 19th century, like Cambellpur (now Attock), Montgomery (now…
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Air Links & Services

At the time of independence of Pakistan in 1947, there was no air service available in the country for passenger traveling, specially so to link the two part of the then united…
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Amjad Islam Amjad

Amjad Islam Amjad - a great name in Pakistan's literary history. Amjad was born in Sialkot but had his higher education from Lahore. He started his practical life as a lecturer in…
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Food and Economy

Food in Daily Life. Because at least 95 percent of the Pakistani population is Muslim, there are two food customs that are followed almost universally. One is that Muslims do not…
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Makra Peak

Makra Peak is a 3586 meters (11765.feet) high Himalayan mountain located in Tehsil Balakot of Mansehra District in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Makra is a word of Urdu which means spider.…
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Kaschanatar

Kaschanatar is located near LOC, next to Bhimber in Azad Kashmir, at the distance of 117 km from Islamabad at an altitude of 390 meters. The Himalayan ranges in this valley are low…
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Zia Mohyeddin

Ask anyone one in Pakistan who is Zia Mohyeddin and the instant answer would be that he once hosted the famous Zia Mohyeddin shows on the PTV, or lately he is engaged in narrating…
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Pakpattan

Pakpattan is one of the ancient cities of Pakistan, located at the distance of 207 km from Lahore and accessible through National Highway N-5 via Depalpur turing to left before…
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