Saqlain Mushtaq

Article 6 Applies on Saqlain Mushtaq? – Salute to Our Nation

West Indies cricket team coach Saqlain Mushtaq is condemned by Pakistani fans; some people are saying that Article 6 should be trial on Saqlain Mushtaq. Pakistani fans said that ... Continue Reading →
ptv sports

PTV Sports Must Stop Excessive Advertisements & Starts Urdu Commentary

The ongoing ICC World Twenty20 Matches in Bangladesh is telecast live by PTV Sports channel but the sad thing is that it seems that we are watching Television commercial (TVC)/ ... Continue Reading →
Nadeem Paracha tweet

Nadeem F. Paracha Criticizes Allama Iqbal

Presently Nadeem Farooq Paracha is doing consistent columns for the DAWN, The Pioneer and Indian Express. He debates on women representation or what he considers lack of it in Allama ... Continue Reading →
missed call

Missed Call Trend in Pakistani Youth

There is trend in the youth of Pakistan of doing missed calls. Almost all of the mobile phone users of Pakistan are doing missed calls and they have kept some signal by doing missed ... Continue Reading →
International Cricket Council

ICC Facebook Page Needs Attention

Cricket governing body International Cricket Council (ICC) is also on Facebook and it manages official Facebook page. It has more than Continue Reading →
La Maison Restaurant Islamabad

Pakistanis Not Allowed In Restaurant “La Maison” In Islamabad

Muslims being labeled as “terrorists” are devoid of various things across the globe. Usually, Pakistanis are not restricted by some foreign Continue Reading →

Nawaz Sharif Poor Governance May Call upon Allah’s Wrath

Pakistan as a developing country has witnessed set back and various forms of crisis. Still, the country remains embedded in several unsolved issues to which no solutions can be ... Continue Reading →

Good Step By NUST To Ban Girls For Wearing Jeans, Tights

The recent news that management of National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) has imposed a ban on wearing jeans/tight in university premises and has also made mandatory ... Continue Reading →