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Tando Adam Khan


A town situated in Sindh, Pakistan known as Tando Adam, this city is also recognized as Daran Jo Shehar as it consist of eight gates in different places and was located in Nawab Shah District until 1955, but later was founded in Sanghar District. Tando means “cantonment” in Balochi language. Mir Adam Khan established this city. The city was popularized ... Read More »



The third largest city of Sindh province is Sukkur. In Pakistan it is located at the west bank of Indus River in Sukkur District. Sukkur is also spelled as Sakharu which means “superior” in Sindhi. Darya Dino is the nickname of Sukkur, as this city would be a desert without the Indus River. According to a survey inhabitants of Sukkur ... Read More »

Lala Musa


A small city in Pakistan which is about 145 km away from Islamabad and almost 139 km away from Lahore is known as Lala musa. Lalamusa is positioned in Gujarat District in Northern Punjab province. It is equidistant between Islamabad and Lahore. Karnana, Kharian and Gujarat are its neighboring towns. It was named after a person named Musa and the ... Read More »

Begum Nusrat Bhutto

nusrat bhutto

An Irani lady, widow of Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the honorable woman Begum Nusrat Bhutto was born on 23rd March 1929, belongs to an Ispahani family in Esfahan, Iran from the province Kurdistan. She was the daughter of a famous Iranian businessman, who established in Karachi, British India before its detachment. She studied from University of Isfahan and acquired bachelor ... Read More »



The historical name of Gilgit-Baltistan is Balawaristan, in antiquated English it was spelled as Boloristan. In 8th century AD, the first documented usage of Balwaristan was made in Chinese, and regained some dominance in current years. The regions included in Gilgit-Baltistan are Hunza, Yasin, Ishkoman, Gilgit and Skardu. By the national parties of Gilgit considers Ladakh, Chitral and Baltistan a ... Read More »

Rahimuddin Khan


A retired four star general of Pakistani Army, a man of Honor recognized as Rahimuddin Khan. His birth place is Kaimdanj, United Provinces, India. He was the student of Jamia Millia Islamia University located in Delhi, which was founded by his relative Dr. Zakir Hussain and was later acquired by an Indian President. He was also the son in law ... Read More »

Attock District


In the north west of Punjab, Pakistan is a district recognized as Attock District. It is in the midst of Pindigheb, Attock tehsil and Fatehjang from Rawalpindi District of the Punjab province of British India, the city was formed in April 1904 by the amalgamation of Talagang in the Jhelum District. In 1581, Attock Fort complex was built by the ... Read More »

Lahore Ring Road

Lahore Ring Road (10)

Around Lahore, Pakistan, an 85 km long 6-lane high-speed limited access road is constructed and named Lahore Ring Road. This road makes a link with M-2 Motorway and the N5 National Highway. Slow moving vehicles such as bicycles, motor cycles, animal-driven carriages and pedestrians are not allowed on this road and road is only restricted to fast moving vehicles. 80 ... Read More »

Orangi Town


In the northwestern part of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan is a town named Orangi town. This town is considered to be the largest town of Karachi. It has government demonstration, even though it is the lowest tier of the government.  This town is basically developed with lower class but all essential amenities of life are available for the natives. But some ... Read More »

Ali Moeen Nawazish

Ali Moeen Nawazish

  Ali Moeen Nawazish, a 20th century boy, belong to an educated family of Rawalpindi, Pakistan, received the pride of performance award from the government of Pakistan, which is the one of the highest civil award of the country. On his success, Prime Minister of Pakistan personally congratulated him on telephone. This could happen because of his meritorious performance in his ... Read More »

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