In a world increasingly obsessed with the latest gadgets and technology, there’s a remarkable alternative waiting to be explored for those seeking richer experiences and memorable adventures. Instead of splurging on the latest iPhone, consider the wealth of affordable travel destinations that beckon from Pakistan’s doorstep. In this guide, we’ll uncover some of the most captivating and inexpensive travel destinations beyond Pakistan, proving that investing in experiences can be far more rewarding than the latest piece of tech. So, put down that smartphone and join us on a journey through the enchanting world of affordable travel alternatives from Pakistan.
From the heights of the Himalayan mountains to the depths of artistic and sporting achievements, Pakistanis have showcased their exceptional skills and determination on the global stage. These remarkable world records not only reflect the spirit and resilience of the Pakistani people but also serve as a testament to the boundless human potential that transcends geographical boundaries. In this exploration of world records made by Pakistanis, we delve into the remarkable achievements that have made the nation proud and have left an indelible mark on the world stage.
While you may have heard of classics like biryani and kebabs, there’s a whole world of unusual Pakistani foods waiting to be uncovered. Pakistan is a land of diverse cultures, traditions, and cuisines, where the culinary journey is an adventure through a kaleidoscope of flavors. These extraordinary dishes showcase the country’s diverse culture and fearless approach to flavors. From spicy snacks that pack a punch to strange but delicious delicacies, Pakistani cuisine is full of surprises.
Welcome to the vibrant world of Pakistani sports, where passion, creativity, and a touch of the unexpected come together to give birth to some of the most bizarre and unique sporting events. Nestled within the rich tapestry of Pakistan’s diverse culture and traditions, these sports defy convention and redefine what it means to compete and celebrate.
Prime Minister (PM) Shehbaz Sharif on Friday inaugurated National Aerospace Science and Technology Park (NASTP) established with the collaboration among government, international companies and the private sector. Addressing the inauguration ceremony, the prime minister appreciated the leadership of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) for initiating the project. PM Shehbaz Sharif also said the project augured well for activities related to Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC).
The Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir on Friday met with World Junior Squash Champion, Mohammad Hamza Khan, at the General Headquarters (GHQ). During the meeting, General Munir congratulated the young prodigy for his remarkable achievement, which has brought great honour to the nation.
The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has set aside an earlier verdict of the session court that had declared the Toshakhana reference against PTI chairman maintainable for criminal proceedings. IHC Chief Justice Aamer Farooq gave the reserved verdict and ordered the session to court hear and decide on the matter again.
In a bizarre incident, a Bajaur man was arrested for spreading fake “love affair” news on social media in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). As per details, a local man named Muhammad Gulab posted a fake picture, claiming that a British girl named Ela had arrived in the remote Salarzai area of Bajaur, KP, to meet her love interest.
Pakistan’s airspace is “safe” for all kinds of flight operations, the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) revealed after a European air safety agency this week warned of a “continued possible threat” to aircraft flying at low altitudes in Karachi and Lahore cities. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued an advisory stating that the presence of “violent non-state actor groups with confirmed anti-aviation weaponry” in Pakistan.
The condition of a 14-year-old housemaid, Rizwana, who was subjected to ‘brutal torture’ by a civil judge’s wife in Islamabad, suddenly worsened at Lahore General Hospital (LGH). LGH Chief Executive Prof Al-fareed Zafar has declared the next 48 hours highly crucial for the girl, Rizwana, saying the special board of senior doctors treating the girl fears that she may need the ventilator support.