National & World

Raees Khan Inqilabi finds routes leading to 54 out of 72 lakes

Raees Khan Inqilabi, a resident of the Neelam Valley of Azad Jammu and Kashmir has made finding the routes to the 54 lakes in the valley easier for tourists. Raees Khan, also known as Sadpara of Neelam Valley, has done a lot to help the tourism industry in the Neelam Valley prosper. The team discovered inaccessible lakes in the mountainous region.

Astronomers detect mysterious ghost radio signal from the heart of Milky Way

A new study has identified mysterious radio waves coming from the Milky Way’s center. Nevertheless, researchers still do not know what lies behind them, the report stated. Scientists from around the world used the CSIRO radio telescope in Western Australia to discover the object. Apparently, the strange signal will be called ASKAP J173608.2-321635. The signal will be referred to as “Ghost”.

Pakistan improves its rating on global hunger index 2021, surpasses India

Pakistan has improved its ranking on the 2021 Global Hunger Index (GHI), however, the country still suffers from severe malnutrition. Pakistan ranked 92 out of 116 countries in the 2021 Global Hunger Index with a score of 24.7, which indicates a severe degree of hunger. Pakistan ranks lower than every other country in South Asia except India.


Business & Tech

Pakistan’s top five most profitable business ideas in 2021

How would you feel if you could wake up at your desired time, eat a delicious breakfast, choose your own lunchtime, and not have to worry about your boss calling you out for being late? Yes, it is possible only if you have been thinking of business ideas. We have compiled Pakistan’s top five most profitable business ideas in 2021 for beginners to use as a starting point. It is simply a matter of being prepared and organized if you wish to start a business in Pakistan.

52 Pakistani startups raise record $305 million in 9 months

The early nine months of 2021 have seen Pakistani startups attract investors from around the world, raising a record amount in direct and advanced investments of $305 million. A typical deal size increased fivefold in 2021 to $5.9 million compared to $1.2 million in 2020, with greater foreign participation. A total of 52 startups raised $305 million, including ventures in health, logistics, e-commerce, fintech, and e-commerce.

Pakistan gets first hemp farm to boost ‘Bhang’ production to capture international cannabidiol market

Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry congratulated the Ministry of Science and Technology on the inauguration of Pakistan’s first hemp (Bhang) farm. The farm was established to increase the production of industrial hemp to tap into the multi-billion dollar cannabidiol market. The federal cabinet granted the first medical and industrial license for hemp leaves in Sept last year.


Latest News

How to make money online – Five quickest ways to make money online

The world is full of lucrative money-making opportunities ranging from online gaming to the selling and reselling of products. However, what counts is how much money will one make? Working a 9 to 5 job is the most sought-after way as there’s always a paycheck to look forward to. But now working online makes money for millions every day.

11 most successful young Pakistani entrepreneurs of 2021

Pakistan’s youth has proven itself to be highly talented and creative time and time again. In every field, we have seen youngsters of our country outshine with their ingenuity. Despite the lack of sufficient support and funds from the government, the young generation of Pakistan has been able to start lucrative businesses.

Top 16 Fastest Acceleration Cars Commercially Sold In Pakistan

popular feature among many manufacturers. The goal of automakers is to have the fastest accelerating cars that can outrun their peers in straight drag races. Typically, the ‘0-100 KM/H’ method is used to determine how fast a vehicle accelerates.

Raees Khan Inqilabi finds routes leading to 54 out of 72 lakes

Raees Khan Inqilabi, a resident of the Neelam Valley of Azad Jammu and Kashmir has made finding the routes to the 54 lakes in the valley easier for tourists. Raees Khan, also known as Sadpara of Neelam Valley, has done a lot to help the tourism industry in the Neelam Valley prosper. The team discovered inaccessible lakes in the mountainous region.

Astronomers detect mysterious ghost radio signal from the heart of Milky Way

A new study has identified mysterious radio waves coming from the Milky Way’s center. Nevertheless, researchers still do not know what lies behind them, the report stated. Scientists from around the world used the CSIRO radio telescope in Western Australia to discover the object. Apparently, the strange signal will be called ASKAP J173608.2-321635. The signal will be referred to as “Ghost”.

Fatima Changezi is first female naval officer to join Navy from Gilgit

Fatima Changezi was the first female naval officer to join the Navy from Gilgit. As a sub-lieutenant, she completed the 23rd Short Service Commission and received a gold medal. It became Fatima’s honor to become the first woman in her family to complete a psychology degree. Fatima’s decision to join the military was at the request of her father.

Pakistan improves its rating on global hunger index 2021, surpasses India

Pakistan has improved its ranking on the 2021 Global Hunger Index (GHI), however, the country still suffers from severe malnutrition. Pakistan ranked 92 out of 116 countries in the 2021 Global Hunger Index with a score of 24.7, which indicates a severe degree of hunger. Pakistan ranks lower than every other country in South Asia except India.

Taliban govt warns PIA to reduce prices or face ban

The Taliban government has warned PIA and Afghanistan’s Kam Air to reduce the prices on flights from Kabul to Islamabad or they will not be allowed to land in Afghanistan. Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan issued a warning when PIA started charging up to USD 2,500 (Rs. 426,250) for tickets from Kabul to Islamabad.

Karachi students develop cheap and modern incubator to reduce infant mortality rate

A group of four students from Karachi has developed a cheap, modern incubator to help reduce infant mortality rates in Pakistan. The incubator comes in a portable package that is easy to transport. It is predicted to significantly lower infant mortality rates if commercially developed. This initiative is a significant improvement in the field of childcare in Pakistan.


Sports

West Indies Cricket confirms to send women’s cricket team to Pakistan

West Indies Cricket has confirmed sending a women’s cricket team to Pakistan, before the men’s team’s tour begins on Wednesday. In anticipation of the West Indies sending a women’s cricket team to Pakistan, Pakistan and the West Indies cricket boards are finalizing the schedule. The three matches will be played at the National Stadium in Karachi starting on the 8th of next month.

Muhammad Sajjad sets record by winning fourth national snooker championship

Muhammad Sajjad won the NBP 46th National Snooker Championship 2021 for the fourth time, defeating Ahsan Ramzan in the final. The event took place at the NBP Sports Complex in Clifton on Monday. Sajjad ultimately won the title 7-6 after playing 13 frames in the final. Sajjad had captured the national title three times before, in 2008, 2010, and 2017.

Entertainment

Irfan Junejo gets featured on YouTube’s official page for his exceptional cinematic content

YouTube sensation Irfan Junejo was featured on YouTube’s official Instagram page after being recognized for his excellent work. Irfan Junejo now represents Pakistan on YouTube’s official handle, as the social media platform regards his work as admirable. On Instagram, the vlogger shared a picture on YouTube’s official Instagram handle, captioned, “Head to Irfan Junejo’s channel to wander into his cinematic universe.”

India’s top anchor, Arnab Goswami roasted after claiming ISI officials lived on 5th floor of a two-story hotel in Kabul

Arnab Goswami, an Indian journalist, has once again been caught on national television peddling another anti-Pakistan conspiracy theory that has no basis whatsoever. He claimed that his “sources” in Afghanistan informed him that Pakistan Army officers were staying on the fifth floor of the Serena Hotel in Kabul. PTI’s spokesperson, Abdul Samad Yakoob, responded a day later that Serena hotel in Kabul has only two floors.