Information Warfare against China-Pak Economic Corridor

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a cornerstone of Beijing’s regional geo-integration via its famed One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative. The strategic implications of this project are simply too large to ignore, both for its beneficiaries and critics. Presently, no other country provides the ideal sea-to-land routes from Indian


Suzuki Mehran to be replaced by 660cc Alto by 2018

Pak Suzuki is intending to discontinue 800cc Suzuki Mehran by 2018, as reported by Dawn. Subsequently, they are planning to replace it with locally manufactured 660cc Suzuki Alto. The move is expected to take place regardless of local vendors making a fuss about the decision. There is no doubt that domestic dealers will oppose this move and the primary reason of conflicting interest would be enormous sales of Suzuki Mehran accessories. It is pertinent to mention that Suzuki Mehran is


Pakistan Railways launches its e-ticketing service

The first node that comes in the mind of any customer regarding Pakistan Railways is its chaotic situation and never ending queues especially at the ticket counter. According to ministry of railways, it is the responsibility of Pakistan Railways to provide fast, affordable and comfortable railway transport to the customers. Due to the recent and sorry condition and mismanagement of this department, people tend to avoid traveling through train. But like all other institutions, Pakistan Railways is also working on


Pakistan becomes No. 1 test team for the second time since 1988

Ladies and Gentlemen! Please stand up and applaud Pakistan Cricket team on becoming the No. 1 test team in the world. They have achieved this feat under the leadership of Misbah-ul-Haq. This is the 2nd time in the history of Pakistan test cricket that they have achieved No. 1 position in test cricket since 1988. Pakistan Cricket team was hated by the fans in 2010 all across the world for obvious reasons. There were calls to ban Pakistan Cricket for


Spanish woman explains her fascinating tale of visiting Pakistan

Clara Arrighi, a Spanish woman recently visited Pakistan even though she did not want to. Her views before and after visiting the country had a 360 degree change. Before visiting Pakistan, she stated in her Facebook post: “When I was told I was going to Pakistan I started to think about all the reasons not to go, how to convince my office not to send me. I did not want to spend the next six months of my life in