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Services Hospital Lahore

services hospital

As a satellite clinic for Mayo Hospital in 1958, a separate mini hospital for government was established on Jail Road Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. In 1960, this clinic was named as Wahdat Hospital and then was renamed as Services Hospital. It became the teaching hospital in 1977 for the Allama Iqbal Medical Collage. It was promoted to teaching hospital for Postgraduate ... Read More »

Aga Khan University Hospital


 Many institutes have served Pakistan in multiple ways; Aga Khan University Hospital is also from these organizations that have nailed their missions in the development of the country. Shortly it is known as AKUH. In 1985, in Karachi the hospital was first established. Aga khan was the founder of the hospital; a noble person came up with a vision to ... Read More »

Tarbela Dam

tarbela dam

The world’s largest earth filled dam is Tarble Dam and it the second largest dam by the structural volume. Tarbela Dam is located on Indus River in Khyber Paktunkhwa’s Hazara Division’ District Haripur. From Islamabad, it is about 50 kilometers northwest. The height of dam is 485 feet above riverbed. It was completed in 1976, and it was designed in ... Read More »

Punjab institute of Mental Health

Punjab institute of Mental Health

Punjab Institute of Mental Health (PIMH) also known as Mental Hospital is located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. It is the largest facility in South Asia for the psychiatrically ill patients. Hospital is spread over 50 acres of area with 1400 beds and green laws spread around the wards. Though it is located in Punjab but it deals with the patients ... Read More »



Pakistan State Oil is commonly known as PSO. It is basically Pakistan’s oil marketing company. PSO was first established in 1974, round about 39 years back and recognized as leading Sector Company of Pakistan. Under nationalization program it was first established on 30th December, at the ruling time of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto when he was the Prime Minister of Pakistan. ... Read More »



Flag of Pakistan contains the green and white colour with the crescent in represent the muslims while the white represen the minorities. As both the communities Hindu and Muslim were under the governance of British Raj before the World War II, then many Muslims decided to form All India Muslim League and the Muslim League flag was served as ... Read More »

Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital


Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research center is the world’s first and largest nonprofit cancer hospital and research center situated in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. This charitable organization is the project of Shaukat Khanum Memorial trust and was established under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 of Pakistan. The idea of this hospital was given by the Pakistani superstar ... Read More »



WAPDA is the water and power development authority of Pakistan. It is a government owned organization to maintain water and power in Pakistan. Thermal power is not managed by WAPDA. Tarbela and Mangla dames are its reserves. Headquarters of WAPDA are in Lahore. Until 1959, water and power organization was overseen by the provincial agencies but in February 1959, WAPDA ... Read More »

Provincial Assembly Punjab

provincial assembly of punjab

The Provincial Assembly Punjab is located in Lahore. It is a single legislative chamber of elected members of Punjab province. Under the Article 106 of the Constitution of Pakistan, this assembly was established and it has 371 seats with eight reserved seats for non-Muslims and 66 reserved seats for women. This assembly chamber is situated on the Shahra-e-Quaid-e-Azam is double story ... Read More »

Cantt Station

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Transportation plays a very important role in any nation’s development and if any nation works constantly on making transportation better, it assures that nation will grow faster then any other nation. When colonials ruled over the Indo-Pak, the colonial administration worked on transportation resources so that they could transfer their goods and passengers more quickly. At that time, they introduced ... Read More »

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