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Pakistan In And Out: Domestic And International Travel Insights – infographic

Did you know that Karachi is the most visited city of Pakistan in terms of incoming and outgoing travelers; and that, most travelers to Pakistan come from the United Kingdom. Surprising Han… Take a look at the infographic below, produced by Jovago, and see more domestic and international travel insights of Pakistan.

Business

Pakistani Diaspora transfer an all-time high of $60 million to mobile phones back home

Today ding* announced that $60 million of airtime has been transferred to Pakistan since the company’s launch in to the market, making the nation one of the world’s highest receivers of international mobile top-up. With mobile phones playing an increasingly large role in education, banking and productivity, it come as little surprise that Pakistani migrants are moving towards international mobile top-up as the preferred form of remittance. Since the company’s first partnership with Ufone in 2008, ding* has seen the

Technology

Food Fight: 7Up AsalFoodie Campaign is an All Out Winner

Great food runs in veins as much as blood does. We are a nation of great heritage when it comes to the culinary delights. Great food is as much an art in our vivid country as it is a tradition. Mouth watering recipes are passed from one generation to next. This is why we take a lot of delight in a well prepared meal. Be it mouth-watering biryanis or succulent kebabs, our passion for food shines through. The multi-national soft

Opinion

27th Ramazan and the Creation of Pakistan – Part I

The following is a concise English translation of renowned bureaucrat Dr. Safdar Mehmood’s column titled “Sataesween Ramazan aur Qayam-e-Pakistan”, published in Jang newspaper on August 14, 2015. ****** When Mustafa Ali Hamdani announced “This is Radio Pakistan” at 12:01 am, it was as if the centuries-old dream of Muslims culminated into reality. This dream, a glimpse of which is found in the writings of Shah Waliullah two centuries ago, is mapped in Allama Iqbal’s address of 1930. Professor Masud Ul