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Anwar Ratole Mango


Anwar Ratole Mango is recognized for its rich flavor all around the globe. Undoubtedly it is familiar among the top tasting mangoes of the world. Anwar Ratole mangoes are extensively grown in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It can be spelled as Anwar Ratole or Anwar Rattaul Mango. History predicts that this mango was first cultivated by a person named ... Read More »

Cadet College Hasan Abdal


In Pakistan Cadet College Hasan Abdal is documented as the first Cadet College. It is situated in Hasan Abdal, Attock District, Punjab, Pakistan. The cadet College was initiated by the government of Punjab at the proposal of General Muhammad Ayub Khan, who was the Commander-in-chief of the Pakistan Army, initially to provide a feeder institute to the Service Academies. To ... Read More »

Islamia College Peshawar


In Peshawar, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan is a well-known institute located known as Islamia College Peshawar. In 1909, when the new province Khyber Pakhtunkhwa came into existence there was only one college left behind in the province which was Edwards College due to which the local youth use to travel to the faraway regions to acquire quality education and this lack of educational opportunities ... Read More »

Summer Bahisht mango


Summer Bahisht mango when heard simply goes in love with this ultimate variety of nature.  It is a mango cultivator that is produced in various areas of the world. Almost hundreds of varieties of mangoes exist today but Summar Bahist has gained significant importance among all these. In Urdu Sammar means fruit and the word Bahist means Paradise or heaven. ... Read More »

Muhammad Bin Qasim International Airport


City Multan is located in Punjab, Pakistan and 10 kilometers away is situated the renown airport of the city known as Muhammad Bin Qasim International Airport. As compare to the other airports of the country it is not that huge as it serves mainly to the population of Multan, Khanewal, Sahiwal, Vehari and Muzaffargarh. Muhammad Bin Qasim International Airport marks its ... Read More »

Rehman Dheri


A well-known Pre-Harappan Archeological site located near Dera Ismail Khan in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, which is the province of Pakistan known as Rehman Dheri. It is one of the oldest developed centres established in South Asia. This site dates back to 4000 BC, which is located at 22 km north of Dera Ismail Khan. The entire habitation area was enclosed ... Read More »

Pakistan Steel Cadet College


This is a residential educational institute that is the project of Pakistan Steel Mill Corporation. It is situated in steel township, Bin Qasim Town, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. In this cadet college students are admitted in class eight till class twelve.  The college is responsible for preparing boys for the examination of secondary school and intermediate which is conducted by the ... Read More »

PAF College Sargodha


This highly famed college is sited in the Punjab and is almost 121 miles away from Lahore. It was first recognized as RPAF School, which was inaugurated in 1953. PAF College Sargodha was basically organized to groom young boys to turn out to be patriotic men to acquire key positions, particularly in the Armed Forces of Pakistan. In 1960, PAF School ... Read More »

Alphonso Mango


Mangoes are known to be “The King of Fruits” and are loved by all and sundry. Alphonso mango is also a well-known variety of mango. This mango was named after Afonso de Albuquerque, he always bring this mango on his journey to Goa. Alfonso is a superlative mango but is quiet costly and is a seasonal mango. Once it ripens, ... Read More »

Neelam Mango


Mangoes are found in diverse varieties and all have significant qualities. These all are popular among people and are well-liked by them as well. Mangoes have always gained prominent place among all the commercial fruits grown in Pakistan. Pakistan have always been recognized for producing superlative quality mangoes and considered to be the fifth largest producer around the globe and ... Read More »

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