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


KPK government set to launch solar and electric rickshaws in Peshawar

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) government has decided to introduce energy efficient and carbon-neutral solar and electric rickshaws across Peshawar. The concept of launching these rickshaws on the roads is to shrink the increasing environmental pollution. KPK transport department secretary, Hamid Gigyani stated that the government is targeting to reduce the menace of pollution. While talking to a private news channel, he also stated Peshawar is densely polluted and that is one of the primary reasons KPK government is initiating solar


Syed Basit Ali: A talented Pakistani who mimics everyone from politicians to superstars

Pakistan is blessed with enormous talent. There is no second thought about it. Plenty of young individuals in the country are committed to bring laurels by doing something extraordinary in relevant fields. Amid all this, a Lahore-based talented Pakistani Syed Basit Ali has stunned the world by mimicking everyone in a video message. Two days ago, Daily Pakistan conducted a live session with the gifted individual on their Facebook page. The representative of widely circulated newspaper interviewed Syed Basit Ali


Sachin Tendulkar ‘Lauds’ Muhammed Amir ahead of the Lord’s test

Legendary batsman with exactly 100 International Centuries, Sachin Tendulkar, has spoken ahead of the first test match between Pakistan and England which will start from 14th July 2016 at Lord’s Cricket Ground. While appreciating Pakistan’s bowling attack, he said that it would be important to see how Pakistan batsmen will cope England bowling in testing conditions. When the former Indian star was asked to reveal the favorite team for the test series, he answered: “Well, I think it will be


Vendors use Civil Aviation Authority documents to sell fries

Key documents of Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) are being used by local vendors to sell fries and bread. Apparently, it appears as if CAA has decided to sell off its classified documents to street hawkers. The idea should have been to dispose the papers in a suitable and safe manner. Several vendors and kiosks in and around the airport region in Karachi are found to sell fries, breads and burgers in very sensitive documents that belong to CAA. The