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  • OPPO launches “It’s Your Turn” Global Contest

    Arsalan Mir
    28 Jan 2015 | 2:35 am
    To enable more people to share their photographic fun and great moments, OPPO has officially launched “It’s Your Turn” global mobile photography contest, inviting mobile owners worldwide to share their stories with photographs. The three-week contest will center on three themes – “Selfie Showdown”, “Our World”, and “Inspiring Moments”. Participants can take part in the contest by either directly visiting the contest’s official page athttp://global.oppo.com/ItsYourTurn/ or sharing their photos on social media sites such as Facebook. The Facebook accounts of OPPO’s…
  • OPPO 2014: The Rise of Mobile Phone Innovation

    Bilal Sulehri
    23 Jan 2015 | 8:44 am
    In 2014, we saw rapid growth in the mobile phone market. OPPO currently occupies a unique position in the industry – since its entry into the market, OPPO has consistently strived to provide superior products and an enjoyable user experience while also demonstrating unparalleled innovation. Gadget and tech fans followed OPPO’s performance closely over the course of 2014. The following statistics provide a recap of OPPO’s achievements in the whole year. In 2014, company sold 30 million smartphones worldwide and had the largest market share in the Chinese 4G market. Following the release…
  • Samsung Signs Fawad & Farhad as Ambassadors

    Abdullah Sulehri
    18 Jan 2015 | 3:29 pm
    January 13th- an event named “SAMSUNG GALAXY OF STARS” was held at PC Lahore in which the famous Actor Fawad Khan, Josh (Band) and Farhad Humayon (singer) were signed by Samsung Pakistan as its brand ambassadors under the Galaxy flagship, it was hosted by well known TV Stars Omair Rana and Ushana shah. Soon commercials will be aired on all channels featuring these stars, Josh is already working with Samsung for one year. During the event Josh and Farhad Humayon sang few verses of their songs on request of fans. A question/answer session was also held in which media and fans asked question…
  • Grand Opening of OPPO Store in Sheikhupura

    Haseeb Ahmed
    8 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    In order to provide the unparalleled, foremost services to customers, OPPO Pakistan has announced the opening of state of the art OPPO Store in Sheikhupura Pakistan. This OPPO Store in Sheikhupura will provide the complete range of OPPO Smartphones under one roof. The customers will be able to get a hands-on experience of devices, so they can make an informed decision. OPPO Pakistan provides wide range of innovative smartphones at the most affordable prices. OPPO smartphones range includes OPPO Joy, OPPO Yoyo, OPPO Neo 3, R1k, N1 mini & the flagship device Find 7a. The company is already…
  • Nokia CARE Lahore Customer Service is Pathetic

    Talha Dar
    7 Jan 2015 | 4:41 am
    It’s no hidden fact that Nokia Lumia has been struggling for a while to make its place in the smartphone market. It’s nowhere in the Top 5 smartphone makers of 2014. Although it’s mainly due to the fact that Windows Phone is a relatively new platform but the pathetic Nokia CARE customer service isn’t helping the cause either. I’ve had to visit the Nokia CARE Lahore a several times and I must say that I was almost always disappointed by the quality of service. I thought it was about time that I write about what’s wrong with Nokia CARE Lahore so that…
 
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    T2F

  • The Great Arc: The Dramatic Tale of How India Was Mapped – A Talk by John Keay

    admin
    31 Jan 2015 | 12:56 am
    Thursday, 5th February 2015 | 7:00 pm Join us at T2F for a talk by British historian, John Keay as he takes us on a journey through the nineteenth century’s most ambitious scientific endeavor. The Great Indian Arc of the Meridian, begun in 1800, was the longest measurement of the earth’s surface ever to have been attempted. Its 1,600 miles of inch-perfect survey took nearly fifty years, cost more lives than most contemporary wars, and involved equations more complex than any in the pre-computer age. Hailed as “one of the most stupendous works in the history of…
  • Good Clean Fun: Concert featuring Raahi

    admin
    26 Jan 2015 | 10:40 pm
    Friday, 30th January 2015 | 7:30 pm Join us at T2F for an evening of live music featuring the all-new band, Raahi. We are excited to present the Good Clean Fun series; a one-stop solution for your Friday night. Raahi will be performing live at #GCF1, featuring Omran Shafique, Ahsan Bari, Sameer Ahmed and Gumby. The T2F Concession Stand will be serving finger-licking good party food. Bring your friends and your dancing shoes. Doors open at 7:30 pm. Date: Friday, 30th January 2015 Time: 7:30 pm Entry: Rs. 1000 (tickets available for purchase at T2F now) Venue: PeaceNiche | T2F Address | Map…
  • Mobile Phone Cinema and the Mega-City

    admin
    21 Jan 2015 | 3:09 am
    Monday, 26th January 2015 | 7:00 pm Join us at T2F for an evening of short films and conversation featuring Till Passow and Yaminay Nasir Chaudhri. Award-winning German filmmaker, Till Passow has been in Karachi for a few weeks running a workshop titled ‘Micro Moves: Human-Urban/Surviving Strategies in a Mega-City’. The workshop participants have learned how to produce short films using cell phones and we are excited to be able to showcase them at T2F. The screenings will be followed by a conversation with Till Passow and Yaminay Nasir Chaudhri. Till Passow was trained at HFF…
  • Mining Karachi’s Datafields

    admin
    19 Jan 2015 | 12:43 am
    Tuesday, 20th January 2015 | 7:00 pm Join us at T2F for the inaugural meetup of Hacks/Hackers Pakistan as we talk about data gathering and visualization in the newsroom. The Express Tribune’s former city editor Mahim Maher and creative editor Amna Iqbal will present data-driven stories about violence in Karachi, its constituency boundaries and dangerous traffic arteries that they have worked on together. They will share the challenges they faced in collecting and visualizing data for storytelling. Evidence-based journalism need not end at storytelling any more. Come join us to start…
  • Jazz Fusion featuring Yousuf Kerai and Thomas Bergeron

    admin
    14 Jan 2015 | 10:08 pm
    Saturday 17th January 2015 | 7:30 pm Join us at T2F this Saturday for an evening of Jazz Fusion featuring Yousuf Kerai and Thomas Bergeron. Yousuf Kerai and his ensemble, Tarz Group, will collaborate with trumpet player, Thomas Bergeron, fusing rich melodies from Jazz and South Asian classical music. Musicians Thomas Bergeron – Trumpet Islamuddin Meer – Violin Kishwar Allah Ditta – Bass Asif Imam – Keyboard Yousuf Kerai – Tabla Shehroze Hussain – Sitar Tarz Group: https://www.facebook.com/Tarzgroup Thomas Bergeron: http://thomasbergeronmusic.com Date:…
 
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    Pakistan news from ESPN Cricinfo.com

  • NZ quicks set up comprehensive win

    31 Jan 2015 | 5:14 am
    New Zealand's persistence with the ball and excellence in the field took fine advantage of Pakistan's indiscipline with the bat, as the hosts first trussed up the opposition for 210, then sauntered to the total inside 40 overs with seven wickets in hand
  • Teams gear up for final World Cup prep

    30 Jan 2015 | 10:25 am
    In what might be the shortest turnaround between completely separate series, New Zealand farewell the Sri Lanka side they have dominated, and rejoin battle against Pakistan, who had tested them, across formats, in the UAE
  • PTV chase down 323; Sialkot rolled for 149

    30 Jan 2015 | 10:16 am
    A round-up of the President's Silver Cup One Day matches played on January 30, 2015
  • I believe cricket suffered because of me - Amir

    30 Jan 2015 | 6:29 am
    Mohammad Amir, the Pakistan fast bowler, always believed his second chance in cricket would come and that he has what it takes to make a strong comeback
  • All-round National Bank cruise into final

    30 Jan 2015 | 5:41 am
    A solid batting performance backed by fast bowler Zia-ul-Haq helped National Bank of Pakistan seal a spot in the final of the President's Gold Cup with a 48-run victory over Khan Research Laboratories
 
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    In the Line of Wire

  • Has it already been a year?

    Jehan
    16 Jan 2015 | 7:37 pm
    As I sat on his bed this morning exactly a year after my Abbaji breathed his last, memories engulfed me of times gone past – of Ammi and Abbaji watching cricket together praying for Team Pakistan to win, of jumping with joy when the team won and forgiving them when they didn’t. Memories of them listening to mushairas, qawwalis and ghazals together or doubling up with laughter while watching Moeen Akhtar, fifty-fifty and other comedy shows on television. Or just watching the news and discussing political issues. That companionship lasted so many decades. It was no wonder then…
  • A tribute to Najma Sadeque who died yesterday at age 72

    Jehan
    8 Jan 2015 | 9:16 pm
    Najma Sadeque was many things to many people – a journalist for over three decades, an activist for many important causes whether it be  human rights, gender rights, the environment, education, economic rights, land rights – you name it. If there was an injustice and Najma spotted it, she would take it on as a personal mission to take a stand against it – not by yelling off the rooftops but by researching the root causes and campaigning for reform through the power of the pen (or the keyboard). Najma was a soft-spoken person with a great sense of humor and the ability to…
  • Happy birthday Ammi – you made us who we are!

    Jehan
    6 Jan 2015 | 4:53 am
    Each January they celebrated their birthdays at midnight together. Abbaji’s birthday fell on January 5 and Ammi’s on January 6. We loved the fact that the celebrations continued for two days. They asked us not to make a fuss but we always did. Our parents were very special and whatever little we could do to show them how much we loved them, was nowhere near enough. They deserved much much more. Ammi was a pillar of strength for Abbaji and for all of us. It was difficult to understand how a soft, gentle and loving woman could be the glue that held us together. She was…
  • He was an amazing father and a great man – Happy birthday Abbaji!

    Jehan
    5 Jan 2015 | 9:22 am
    He would have been 90 today if he had not passed away last year. A lot of people have said that we were lucky to have had him in our lives for so many years – and I know that we were indeed fortunate. But no matter how old a father is when he passes away, it is too soon. It  leaves a vacuum that is impossible to fill. No day passes by that we don’t think of him, of the person that he was, and all the things he did for us and others. I was speaking with someone the other day about Abbaji – and he said “Mushtaque Sahab did so much for so many people. He was…
  • The deed is done – now all we do is wait

    Jehan
    30 Nov 2014 | 12:59 am
    I haven’t blogged for quite a while – Facebook, Google+ and Twitter are to blame. But today I felt the need to write more than just a tweet or a status message and so here we are … The last few weeks have been hectic. The P@SHA ICT Awards 2014 and then the preparations for APICTA 2014 in Jakarta have kept many of us on our toes. Some may say that I should have waited until I had news of how Team Pakistan fared at this year’s Asia Pacific ICT Awards APICTA). I think not. The wins are just part of the journey – and that news can wait until after the Gala Dinner…
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    Teeth Maestro

  • Update on the APS Injured Student Ahmed Nawaz

    Dr. Awab Alvi
    26 Jan 2015 | 1:43 am
    For quite a few days Social Media was abuzz with concerns about the medical treatment of one of the school children injured in the APS attack in Peshawar named Ahmed Nawaz – ever-so Vigilant Media carried reports of an enraged father pleading to the govt of medical assistance (or lack of). I personally had been […]
  • With loads of love to KElectric – Get Well Soon

    Dr. Awab Alvi
    24 Jan 2015 | 1:16 pm
    via @DrAwab on Instagram
  • PML-N’s Weak and Frivolous Economic Managers = Pakistan’s Economic Woes

    Dr. Awab Alvi
    24 Jan 2015 | 1:41 am
    An article by Dr Ashfqaue Khan (Principal and Dean NUST School of Social Sciences and Humanities) published in Business Recorder – “Pakistan is currently facing one of the worst economic challenges of its history. Almost eight years of continued economic misgovernance have severely damaged the economy beyond recognition. Weak and frivolous economic managers, ministers and […]
  • KPK Govt Security updates after the Army Public School Attack

    Dr. Awab Alvi
    20 Jan 2015 | 8:36 am
    There are many people who ask what has PTI / KPK Government been doing in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province to counter the terrorist threat to the people living in the province and also to the school children of the area specially after the tragic Army Public School attack on 16th December which claimed the lives of over […]
  • Dynamics of PTI #ShutDownToRebuild Strike in Karachi

    Dr. Awab Alvi
    13 Dec 2014 | 9:00 pm
    The strike call for 12th December in Karachi was a tough & a strategic call made by Chairman Imran Khan on 30th Nov, it was a bold move to tactically increase pressure on the PML govt to rethink its negotiation strategy viz-a-viz to proceeding with an independent investigation of alleged election rigging in 2013. If […]
 
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    Pak Tea House

  • Citizens Criminals Police Liaison Cars (CCPLC)

    Admin2
    29 Jan 2015 | 9:14 am
    Naeem Sadiq Sindh can add one more feather to its unenviable inventory of achievements. The Sindh police, based on the notion of “equal opportunity for all classes” has come out with a car numbering scheme that enables the same car to be used by any citizen, criminal or policeman. In simple words, the car is painted, numbered and suitably monogrammed in a manner that it meets all three requirements simultaneously. The manufacturing process of this unique product is as follows: a. Beg, buy, borrow or steal a car. b. Remove its number plates and put on new plates painted in red and blue…
  • India and Pakistan: Incomplete Independence

    razaraja
    28 Jan 2015 | 7:57 am
    PTH is extremely grateful to Gorki for writing this soul searching and a beautiful article. Several points made in the article are worth pondering upon and these apply to both India and Pakistan. Gorki . Yeh Daag Daag Ujaala, Yeh Sabkajida Sehar Woh Intzaar Tha Jisaka Yeh Woh Sehar Toh Nahi Yeh Woh Sehar Toh Nahi, Jisaki Aarju Leke Chale The.. (Faiz Ahmed Faiz) . The triumph of the Western idea, is evident, first of all, in the total exhaustion of viable systematic alternatives to Western liberalism. So wrote Francis Fukuyama, in his 1992 essay, End of History. In it he boldly predicted that…
  • Free speech and sensibilities

    Admin2
    26 Jan 2015 | 3:38 pm
    By Saad Hafiz The ghastly terrorist assault in Paris at the office of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo is a direct attack on freedom of speech, thought and expression, the basis on which all open, democratic societies are created. The bedrock of such societies is the protection of life, pluralism, openness and freedom of religion, conscience and security. Whether we agree or not, the value of publications like Charlie Hebdo lies in what they represent: an aversion to giving in to illogical extremism of any kind and holding the right to offend people on sensitive matters like religion.
  • A clarion call

    Admin2
    24 Jan 2015 | 11:05 pm
    By Shanzeh Iqbal How far lifting the moratorium on death penalty would be effective in curtailing terrorism is a matter of debate now. The executions seen as an antidote to terrorism are discussed by some analysts as a feeble method. They argue that the real terrorist has a genuine faith and is not afraid of death; rather he or she is willing to embrace it. So the death penalty may not act as a strong deterrent. In such a scenario, the need for taking concrete steps for eliminating this hazard of terrorism becomes more important especially when the country is in the grip of an existential…
  • Fresco and Mosaic work at Wazir Khan Mosque Lahore

    Admin2
    22 Jan 2015 | 11:59 pm
    Malik Omaid I visited historic Wazir Khan Mosque with my friend in a tour to explore Lahore and what I found was a bit of tragedy of ruining frescoes and mosaic treasure. Many of whom had already vanished due to ignorance and incompetence of officials. It is a tragedy that such a historical site is being used by commoners with out the supervision of experts. Some of the still safe frescoes and mosaic are under with my comments from Instagram account [View the story "Frescoes and Mosaic work at Wazir Khan Mosque Lahore" on Storify]
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    The Nation News

  • Secular humanist

    Aki Muthali
    31 Jan 2015 | 8:59 pm
    Not all of us use our compassion as a catalyst for the betterment of society but Faisal Saeed Al-Mutar, a youth from Iraq, took the initiative and founded the Global Secular Humanist Movement (GSHM). Al Mutar does not come from a place of power or privilege—his life was molded in the despair of war instead. He was born in 1991 in Baghdad, Iraq and had survived the devastation of his ...
  • If you have any humanity left

    Khalid Muhammad
    31 Jan 2015 | 8:42 pm
    You have to wonder what it will take to bring this country together on one page. When the attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar happened, the whole country stood together and said we won’t let this happen again. 141 souls were lost that day. They were future doctors, engineers, professors, politicians, soldiers, and officers. They were a part of our nation that we will never be able ...
  • Dos and don’ts for ex-governor

    Mubashir Hassan
    31 Jan 2015 | 11:00 am
    LAHORE - Former Punjab Governor Ch Muhammad Sarwar, who intends to do politics in future, will have to wait for two years to join a political party or to make his own. Similarly, he cannot contest election before completion of the stipulated period, as per the legal position. However, there would be no legal bar on the ex-governor to deliver lectures, hold press conferences and speak at any ...
  • Students pose for photo

    31 Jan 2015 | 11:00 am
    Graduating students posing for a photo during the Convocation Ceremony of Shifa Tameer e Millat University in Islamabad. Graduating students posing for a photo during the Convocation Ceremony of Shifa Tameer e Millat University in Islamabad. Graduating students posing for a photo during the Convocation Ceremony of Shifa Tameer e Millat University in Islamabad. Graduating students posing ...
  • Italy elects senior judge as president

    Reuters
    31 Jan 2015 | 11:00 am
    ROME - Italian lawmakers elected Sergio Mattarella, a constitutional court judge and veteran centre-left politician, as president on Saturday, handing a welcome political victory to Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. After three inconclusive rounds of voting this week in which a two-thirds majority was needed, Renzi's candidate Mattarella was elected in the fourth round, when the required quorum fell ...
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    Jobs in Pakistan

  • Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning Officer

    1 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning Officer (World Vision International) - Rawalpindi f....[more] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Consultancy (for conducting Sector-Specific trainings on ‘Importance of Local Government’)

    30 Jan 2015 | 9:00 am
    Consultancy (for conducting Sector-Specific trainings on ‘Importance of Local Government’) (The Asia Foundation) - Islamabad f....[more] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

    29 Jan 2015 | 9:00 am
    Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (Chemonics International Inc.) - Islamabad or Lahore f....[more] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Technical Advisor

    29 Jan 2015 | 9:00 am
    Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Technical Advisor (Chemonics International Inc.) - Islamabad or Lahore f....[more] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Finance Assistant

    29 Jan 2015 | 9:00 am
    Finance Assistant (International INGO) - Islamabad f....[more] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
 
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    Pro Pakistani

  • Zong Launches iPhones 6 & 6 Plus with 6GB Free 4G LTE for First 6 Months

    ProPakistani
    30 Jan 2015 | 9:57 am
    Zong has officially launched the latest iPhones 6 & 6 Plus. The smartphones comes with a data bundle as well. You get 6 GB worth of Zong 4G LTE data per month for a total period of 6 months, which means 36 GB free in total. While expressing his views about the launch of iPhones, Executive Director Commercial Mr Babar...
  • Telenor Crosses 2.6 million 3G Customers Across 73 Cities

    ProPakistani
    30 Jan 2015 | 6:57 am
    Telenor Pakistan has announced today that it has crossed the 2.6 million 3G subscriber mark in 73 cities – enabling the company to maintain its leadership as the largest and fastest growing 3G network in the country. During the current phase of commercial rollout, 3G services were launched in Pabbi, Karak, Sheikhupura, Toba Tek Singh,...
  • Mobilink Wins “Shaukat Khanum CSR Award” for the Third Consecutive Year

    ProPakistani
    30 Jan 2015 | 4:03 am
    For the third consecutive year, Mobilink was recently awarded with the annual Social Responsibility Award, presented by Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Center (SKMCH&RC), for extending generous support to the hospital.  In an effort to recognize the support of organizations during the year 2014, SKMCH&RC organized the Shaukat Khanum Social Responsibility Awards ceremony...
  • wi-tribe Donates 5% of its Consumers Bills to SKMCH

    ProPakistani
    30 Jan 2015 | 3:38 am
    It is estimated that more than 100,000 patients die yearly from cancer in Pakistan. To alleviate the suffering of those with cancer, Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital, Pakistan’s biggest cancer hospital provides free of cost treatment to the underprivileged cancer patients. wi-tribe with the support from its customers (having donated 5% of their bill amount) helped make...
  • Zong Offers Free Unlimited Calls, 500MBs for Getting your SIM Re-Verified

    ProPakistani
    30 Jan 2015 | 3:15 am
    As we had hinted you before, mobile phone companies are likely to offer free incentive for those who will get their SIMs re-verified through biometric re-verification system. Zong is offering its customers incentive against re-verification of their Zong SIMs. Promotion Details According to details available on Zong’s Facebook page, any customer who will re-verify his/her Zong...
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    PK Articles

  • Types of Truck Accidents that can be Solved by Truck Accident Attorney

    Geraldine
    30 Jan 2015 | 7:14 am
    Safe driving is important to every driver especially for truck driver since they may carry a huge load as they travel on the road. However, accidents may happen and there are also some other people that may be involved. If you are a victim of a truck accident just recently, then your best option now is to settle it legally and the best thing you can do to start with is to hire expert truck accident attorneys. On the other hand, what are the types of truck accidents which can be easily solved by truck accident attorneys? Now to give you some ideas, here are some which can be solved legally in…
  • Being A Gentleman

    Geraldine
    30 Jan 2015 | 1:22 am
    Do you see yourself as a heartthrob in a way that most girls do their first move to get your attention and invite you for a date? Some men find delight being in this situation as it takes lesser effort to pursue the girl that they like. Being a head turner might seem like a gift where girls appear as overflowing blessings from up above. However, it might also be a curse. Why did we say it so? First, being a heartthrob requires you to stay gentleman and harmless. That’s a lot to keep up. Secondly and might be the most terrible dilemma is how you will handle those girls that are never…
  • Other Uses of Juicers

    Geraldine
    29 Jan 2015 | 11:28 pm
    You may well know that juicers are used in juicing different kinds of fruits and vegetables. The end product is indeed healthy and very delicious as well. On the other hand, there are also some other uses of this kind of kitchen appliance. You will surely be surprised whit what you can do with this kind of kitchen gadget. One of the recipes you can create using juicers is a sorbet. Yes, it is quite simple and all you have to do is to choose the fruit you want to make as your favorite sorbet. Of course you need to create a juice from the fruit you’ve just chosen and all you have to do now is…
  • When Fashion and Culture Meets

    Geraldine
    29 Jan 2015 | 11:41 am
    For any woman who loves fashion and respects culture at the same time, wearing clothes according to the required standard of a religion or a country is not a bothersome thing to deal. She will always find means and ways to wear or even design a clothing that would fit to both a beautiful fashion taste and a theme or shall we say, a religion. So how do you think Muslim women’s clothing would appear to be very extravagant? There are actually a lot of ways and means to do beautiful designing around it. The hijab or the veil is one of the famous item that must be included in such kind of…
  • Ideas that should be Included in Your Bucket List

    Geraldine
    27 Jan 2015 | 8:55 am
    Have you ever tried something that’s included on your bucket list ideas but still there are some things missing? Well, you may want to add more ideas on your bucket list. Remember, it’s all about having fun and fulfilling what you have always dreamt of even if it is just simple or out of this world. There are so many ideas which you can add on your bucket lists. One example is to try drinking yogurt that’s made from Yak milk and it came from the mountains of Tibet. Well, this may be crazy for you but not for others so might as well try it. Also on your bucket list ideas, you may try out…
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    Koolmuzone

  • Pepsi Pakistan Unveils Pakistan’s Cricket Kit for the World Cup

    Hamad
    18 Jan 2015 | 4:26 am
    Lahore, January 15th, 2015: Wednesday evening saw the top stars of the Pakistan Cricket come together to witness the launch of the official PepsiCo World Cup Campaign launch. Prominent celebrities, PepsiCo and PCB officials and the Pakistan Cricket Team were all present at the grand event held at Royal Palm, Lahore, where the official ICC World Cup 2015 Pakistan kit was unveiled. The event, a star-studded affair was a perfect meet and greet with the Team where the guests wished them the best and enjoyed a memorable evening with their heroes. Jahanzeb Khan – Vice President and General…
  • Fawad Khan; the new face of Samsung as its Brand Ambassador

    Hamad
    18 Jan 2015 | 4:15 am
    Lahore, 12th January, 2015- Samsung began its year with an auspicious event held at Pearl Continental, Lahore. In this mega event, Fawad Khan and Farhad Humayun were signed as the future Brand Ambassadors for Samsung’s mobiles under the Galaxy flagship. Fawad’s tremendous popularity as a vocalist, actor and model in Pakistan is well-known and now he has gained international recognition too, as he appeared recently in a Bollywood movie that was a box office hit and made him stand among the top notch stars of Bollywood. Whereas, Farhad Humayun is a famous model and lead vocalists and…
  • This Valentines, Get Foodstruck with 7up!

    Hamad
    8 Feb 2014 | 7:21 am
    Love sprouts in the most unforeseen places. The “dhak dhak” comes from where you least expect it and who doesn’t love to eat! It’s just contagious! You’ll know a food lover when you see one because they’ll always have a 7UP at hand. It’s just the greatest Combo in town and it will have you dreaming, wanting, craving and coming back for more. This Valentine’s Day, share a little love by participating in 7UP’s Love it UP Challenge. The contest is open to everyone and anyone who has a Facebook account. You may participate via the internet during…
  • Double Standards of the so-called Media Leader

    Hamad
    8 Jan 2014 | 11:32 am
    An event that has been really irking me for the past few days has been the release of Dhoom 3 in Pakistan and the way it’s been publicized by the self-acclaimed media leader of Pakistan, GEO network, like if it’s the best thing happened to the country in recent past. To start off with I would really like to make it clear that I have absolutely nothing against the release of Indian movies. I believe that our nation already faces some serious drought of entertainment and if something entertains them well and makes them happy no matter where it comes from, it should prevail here, obviously…
  • Faiza Mujahid – Uth Oye

    Hamad
    4 Jan 2014 | 11:13 am
    Artist: Faiza Mujahid Song: Uth Oye The Uth Oye has been created with the impulse to encourage positive sentiments that can be identified as central to healing, flourishing and the well being of oneself. Uth Oye Credits: Director: Fatima Shah D.O.P: Waqas Younis Edit and POST: Tabish Habib Crew: Yasir Khan and Taaha Iqbal Redbug Productions Like Faiza Mujahid on Facebook Faiza Mujahid – Uth Oye is a post from: Koolmuzone The post Faiza Mujahid – Uth Oye appeared first on Koolmuzone.
 
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    Cosmetics.PK

  • Glycolic Acid Cream – Benefits, Side Effects and Price

    Asma Rizwan
    30 Jan 2015 | 11:44 am
    Glycolic acid cream is very essential for skin. Here in this post, i am sharing with you complete details of Glycolic Acid cream. The post Glycolic Acid Cream – Benefits, Side Effects and Price appeared first on Cosmetics.PK
  • 5 Latest Bridal Makeup Videos 2015

    Asma Rizwan
    28 Jan 2015 | 3:56 am
    As we know that the wedding season is going, Here i am sharing 5 latest bridal makeup videos 2015. These 5 different bridal makeup are very popular. The post 5 Latest Bridal Makeup Videos 2015 appeared first on Cosmetics.PK
  • Latest Luscious Cosmetics Lipstick Shades 2015

    Asma Rizwan
    26 Jan 2015 | 2:57 pm
    Luscious Cosmetics offers light-weighted and beautiful shaded lipsticks. Here are latest luscious cosmetics lipstick shades 2015 review and prices. The post Latest Luscious Cosmetics Lipstick Shades 2015 appeared first on Cosmetics.PK
  • Top 5 Hair Straightening Shampoo And Conditioner

    Asma Rizwan
    23 Jan 2015 | 7:28 am
    Straight and silky hair is the dream of every women. For those who want straight hair, here i am sharing top 5 hair straightening shampoos in Pakistan The post Top 5 Hair Straightening Shampoo And Conditioner appeared first on Cosmetics.PK
  • Top 5 Anti Hair Fall Shampoos In Pakistan

    Asma Rizwan
    21 Jan 2015 | 11:49 am
    Hair fall is the most common problem facing by everyone. Now you can treat your hair fall with these top 5 anti hair fall shampoos in Pakistan. The post Top 5 Anti Hair Fall Shampoos In Pakistan appeared first on Cosmetics.PK
 
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  • AB de Villiers smashes fastest ODI century

    Pakistan-News-Day
    18 Jan 2015 | 4:15 am
    JOHANNESBURG: Swashbuckling South African AB de Villiers struck the fastest century in one-day international cricket off just 31 balls in the second match against West Indies on Sunday. De Villiers smashed 11 sixes and eight fours as be broke New Zealander Corey Anderson’s record of 36-balls. De Villiers also broke the record for the fastest half century in the same match, taking 16 balls to reach the milestone.
  • Clashes near French Consulate in Karachi

    Pakistan-News-Day
    16 Jan 2015 | 2:15 am
    KARACHI: Aerial firing along with shelling and water cannons are being used against protesters near the French Consulate in Karachi. The protesters mostly belonging to Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba (IJT) are protesting against the publishing of blasphemous caricatures by a French Magazine. Strict security arrangements have been made for country-wide protests announced by religious parties for Friday against the French magazine which published blasphemous caricatures. Lawyers at the Peshawar High Court as well lower courts have also called for a strike. Just a day earlier, The National Assembly…
  • Imran’s votes in NA-122 have decreased in recounting: govt

    Pakistan-News-Day
    11 Jan 2015 | 2:38 am
    ISLAMABAD: The government claimed on Saturday that Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan’s votes from NA-122 constituency have decreased after a recount. Information and Broadcasting Minister Pervaiz Rashid urged Imran to accept the results of general election 2013 after verdicts of election tribunals against PTI candidates. Addressing a press conference along with State Minister Anusha Rehman and MNA Daniyal Aziz, he said Imran Khan should stop politics of protest after paying his electricity bills for Bani Gala residence and verdict of election tribunal for NA-122 Lahore, handed down by…
  • MQM’s mourning will continue Monday: Rizvi

    Pakistan-News-Day
    11 Jan 2015 | 2:35 am
    Karachi- Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Haider Abbas Rizvi said Sunday that the party’s mourning and strike will be continued for tomorrow (Monday) as well. Talking to media here, Rizvi said “business, transport will remain closed tomorrow also as the MQM will continue its mourning and strike”. The MQM leader said that Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah did not go to condole the death of slain party worker Faraz. (Online)
  • Altaf lashes out at Sindh government for custodial killings

    Pakistan-News-Day
    11 Jan 2015 | 2:34 am
    Karachi- Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) Chief Altaf Hussain said the government led by Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) is absolutely indifferent about the city situation marked with targeted killings of the party workers. Addressing the participants of sit-in opposite Chief Minister House today morning, he warned the divine retribution will kick in if the Muttahida was not given justice. Sindh Chief Minister shoulders a great responsibility but the entire Sindh government is in deep slumber in connection with the injustices with the MQM workers. Altaf Hussain asked Chief of Army Staff…
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  • Top 10 Tallest Mountains in the Solar System

    8 Jan 2015 | 7:46 am
    If you thought Mount Everest is big, you got to read this article. In the list of the tallest mountains in the solar system, Mt. Everest comes in at #13 and it is not even the tallest one on earth. The tallest mountain on earth is Mauna Kea in Hawaii. Much of Mauna Kea is ...
  • These 32 Eating Habits Of Today’s Kids Will Have You Laughing For Hours

    7 Dec 2014 | 8:48 am
    Getting a kid to eat can be a tiring affair. They whine if you don’t make the right meal. They cry if they have to eat their veggies. They throw a tantrum for no reason.That’s why mommies everywhere need to band together in solidarity. After all, they fight on the front lines everyday, serving our children’s future selves. So when they need to vent a little anger on a blog like Mommy Shorts on their kids eating habits, can you really blame them? Of course not. Especially when the results are just too funny!(via 22 Words)How many “great” habits of your own kids did you pick up? I saw…
  • Ever wanted a fox as a pet? Well, it might not be as far-fetched as you think.

    19 Sep 2014 | 6:28 am
    Ever wanted a fox as a pet? Well, it might not be as far-fetched as you think.50 years of experiments in the Soviet Union and Russia have resulted in the domesticated silver fox, the result of selective breeding.The experiment was started in 1959 by scientists who in domesticating animals, much the same way that wolves became domesticated dogs.Scientists believed that the main factor in the domestication of dogs was behavior and the ability to be tamed. They tested this theory in foxes, placing a population together under strong selection pressure. The foxes were then assigned classes,…
  • Bears are extraordinary creatures, but did you know that they are also their own gynecologists?

    18 Sep 2014 | 9:20 pm
    Bears are extraordinary creatures, but did you know that they are also their own gynecologists?Black bears display many incredible traits, physical and biological. Huge, powerful creatures, black bears are excellent climbers with teeth adapted for feeding on plants and animals.As impressive as the Black Bear looks outwardly, it has a rather incredible trait when it comes to reproduction.The reproduction success of bears is related to the abundance of fall foods and a high quality summer, with bears mating in June and July.Female Black Bears usually reproduce at 4.5 years old, breeding every…
  • A bouncer, a chemical technician and the Pope walk into a bar...

    18 Sep 2014 | 8:18 pm
    A bouncer, a chemical technician and the Pope walk into a bar...You might think that a nightclub bouncer, a chemical technician and the Pope couldn’t possibly have anything in common. Most of the time, you would be correct, except that the current Pope, Pope Francis, has held all of these positions at some point in his life.Pope Francis was ordained as a Catholic priest in 1969, but before he began his seminary studies he worked some interesting jobs, namely as a bouncer at a nightclub and as a chemical technician.Pope Francis is noted for his less formal approach to the papacy and it seems…
 
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  • Can Pakistan win the World Cup with this team?

    Pakistan Insider
    30 Jan 2015 | 10:46 pm
    Loading Can Pakistan win the World Cup? Thank you for voting You have already voted on this poll! Please select an option! Yes No Vote View Results Hide Results The post Can Pakistan win the World Cup with this team? appeared first on Pakistan Insider.
  • This Was Jinnah

    Sameer
    16 Jan 2015 | 1:38 am
    In the beginning, Mohammad Ali Jinnah was not too sure that Pakistan was a viable option but slowly he realized that there was no other way to safeguard the interests of the Muslims in the Indian subcontinent. He did not fear that the Muslims would be persecuted because of their religion but what was more evident to him was that unless there was a separate piece of land for the Muslims, they would be excluded from all advancement and the power would become vested in the close-knit structure of Hindu society. This is why in March of 1940, Mohammad Ali Jinnah proposed that the Muslims should be…
  • The Changa Manga

    Sameer
    5 Jan 2015 | 11:25 pm
    Pakistan is home to many wonderful places. One of these is the Changa Manga forest. It is believed to be one of the world’s largest man-planned and man-grown forests. Planted in 1890 by the then ruling British, its aim was to provide wood fuel for the railway steam engines. The forest is located close to Lahore around 70 Kilometers from the city and covers a massive 48.6 square kilometers, or 12,000 acres. Why call it Changa Manga? The name is based on folklore. There is a story of two brothers called Changa and Manga who were thieves and used to hide in thick forests to escape the…
  • Novaira Maqsood Can Give You Wings and Mir Zafar Ali Can Freeze You!

    Sameer
    5 Jan 2015 | 11:25 pm
    Since the start of this war on terror, all we hear about is the terrorists that Pakistan breeds. All over the world, Pakistan has been branded as a hub for terrorist and terrorism. It is very unfortunate, but that’s the truth. It is especially unfortunate because we all know that there are Pakistanis who are talented and leaving a mark on the world stage. This post is dedicated to two such people creating ripples in the Movie Animation world. Novaira Masood If you haven’t seen Maleficent you have definitely heard about the movie. It is a fairy tale movie starring Angelina Jolie. The film…
  • Book Sales in India: Profit Motive Drives Authors Bashing Pakistan

    Riaz Haq
    29 Dec 2014 | 1:42 am
    Have you ever wondered why the publication of anti-Pakistan books has become a major growth industry today? The answer is simple: Authors and publishers of books about Pakistan know where the money is. It’s in India where the book sales are rising rapidly in the midst of continuing global decline. Strong profit motive drives them to write what Indians want to read. Those, like Professor Wendy Doniger of University of Chicago, who ignore this reality are punished by having their books withdrawn and pulped. No publisher wants to take this risk now. And authors who wish to get published…
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  • Meizu M1 Price in Pakistan with Review

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    29 Jan 2015 | 11:28 pm
    Pakistan Android | Mobile Apps Games Tech News SEO Earn Pakistan Android | Mobile Apps Games Tech News SEO Earn - Meizu M1 Price in Pakistan with Review Meizu M1 has been announced in January 2015 which would be released in February 2015. Meizu has been putting out some quite good hardware just lately and has simply launched one other competitively priced android smartphone. They call it Meizu M1. The M1 is a medium-end handset, which appears to be focused as a direct competitor to Xiaomi’s Redmi Note line product. Let’s review its specs for its offerings. Meizu M1 Specs Review Meizu M1…
  • HP Pro Slate 8 Price in Pakistan with Review

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    28 Jan 2015 | 11:46 pm
    Pakistan Android | Mobile Apps Games Tech News SEO Earn Pakistan Android | Mobile Apps Games Tech News SEO Earn - HP Pro Slate 8 Price in Pakistan with Review HP Pro Slate 8 is a 3G Android Tablet running KitKat 4.4.4 released in January 2015. HP Pro Slate 8 should not be confused with HP Slate 8 Pro which is a older version released in 2013. HP Pro Slate 8 Features Review Some of the core features of HP Pro Slate 8 are as follow: 3G based Android Tablet with support of 2G networks. High speed data access using 3G. Uses Nano Sim card and has a stylus “HP Duet Pen”. Exact size is…
  • Samsung Galaxy A3 and A3 Dual Sim Review

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    28 Jan 2015 | 7:13 am
    Pakistan Android | Mobile Apps Games Tech News SEO Earn Pakistan Android | Mobile Apps Games Tech News SEO Earn - Samsung Galaxy A3 and A3 Dual Sim Review With LTE and Super AMOLED obtainable throughout the range, the Samsung Galaxy A3 has the identical 64 bit chipset as of A5 and identical camera like A7. Most of the opposite specs are after all duly toned down however the A3 is a fairly credible mid-range package deal by itself. It is available in single and 2 SIM flavors, which is a well-liked combo within the mid-range – however it does effectively support LTE cat 4 data access. The…
  • Your Home Smarter with Best Home Tech innovations 2015

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    28 Jan 2015 | 12:37 am
    Pakistan Android | Mobile Apps Games Tech News SEO Earn Pakistan Android | Mobile Apps Games Tech News SEO Earn - Make your Home Smarter with Best Home Tech innovations 2015 Home automation is not the part of future but now which can make your home smarter. Initiated by Nest, August, Philips Hue and many more, these products lets you turn your home into a smarter home. Whether it’s unlocking your door automatically as you approach, switching on or off lights, checking problems with your washing machine straight from your phone and many more. Philips Hue Philips Hue Philips is the king…
  • Google not patching security flaws in Older Android OS

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    27 Jan 2015 | 12:58 am
    Pakistan Android | Mobile Apps Games Tech News SEO Earn Pakistan Android | Mobile Apps Games Tech News SEO Earn - Google not patching security flaws in Older Android OS Google not patching security flaws in Old Android OS exposing users at the mercy of hackers. About 60 percent of android smartphones and tablets users have old Android OS running on their machines. Problem Google has decided not to fix old security flaws that are still known and reside in old android OS. Jelly Beans 4.3 Android OS has a bug in its unbranded web browser which is still a known bug and that seems to go unpatched…
 
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  • Mohammad Soltan: Egypt’s Brutality Unbound

    Staff Writer
    30 Jan 2015 | 8:28 am
    Asia Recorder Asia Recorder - Life and times in Asia Leaked photos of Mohammad Soltan, an Egyptian American, reveal the toll of his hunger strike. Soltan has been on a hunger strike since January, 2014. During this time, he has gone into coma several times, and at least on four occasions he was shifted to the Intensive Care Unit because of his deteriorating condition.He had to be transported to the court room on a stretcher, and had to be provided medical treatment on several occasions. The latest photo has shocked his supporters because it reveals the extent of his torture at the hands of…
  • Dr Abdus Salam’s House is a dilapidated National Monument

    Staff Writer
    30 Jan 2015 | 3:45 am
    Asia Recorder Asia Recorder - Life and times in Asia Dr. Abdus Salam, one of only two Pakistanis to win the Nobel prize, was born in two-bedroom house at a small village in Jhang district of Pakistan. Since 1981, Dr. Abus Salam’s house is a designated, “National Monument.” But it has been neglected, much like the man, and his work in the rest of the country. Scientific Father Dr. Abdus Salam was awarded the Nobel prize in Physics for his contribution to electroweak unification. He spearheaded many scientific initiatives in Pakistan, including the founding of Pakistan’s…
  • Beauty Standards Through the Ages

    Staff Writer
    29 Jan 2015 | 12:15 pm
    Asia Recorder Asia Recorder - Life and times in Asia From Ancient Egypt to the present day, media, and art has defined women’s beauty standards. These ‘standards’ do not reflect the average woman’s body size, and have led young women to develop low self-esteem. In more extreme cases, they may be responsible for eating disorders among young women. More importantly, beauty standards through the ages have changed dramatically. The following images of women’s beauty standards through the ages depict their superficiality: Ancient Egypt Ancient Greece Han Dynasty…
  • Noam Chomsky on American Sniper

    Staff Writer
    28 Jan 2015 | 12:57 pm
    Asia Recorder Asia Recorder - Life and times in Asia In an interview to The Baffler, Noam Chomsky criticizes the movie, American Sniper. About American Sniper American Sniper is losely based on the story of a U.S. Navy SEAL – special operations official – Chris Kyle. It’s directed by Clint Eastwood – who was lambasted and lampooned in the media for staging a debate with an imaginary President Obama during the Republican National Conference in 2012. The movie portrays Muslims and Arabs negatively, and glorifies American military invasion of Iraq – which resulted…
  • Media Fakes Report about Michelle Obama in Saudi Arabia

    Staff Writer
    27 Jan 2015 | 11:39 pm
    Asia Recorder Asia Recorder - Life and times in Asia President Obama and the first lady, Michelle Obama, visited Saudi Arabia to pay their respects to Saudi Arabia’s late King Abullah. King Abdullah’s death was overshadowed in the Western media by reports that the late King had detained his daughters for over a decade. Michelle Obama in Saudi Arabia US media is reporting that the Saudis are outraged that Michelle Obama hadn’t worn a headscarf during her visit to Saudi Arabia. While Saudi Arabia has one of the world’s worst human rights record, and its continual…
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