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Sunday, March 22, 2015

Wordpress blocked in Pakistan just to promote Blogger

Pakistan Telecom Authority (PTA) banned WordPress in Pakistan just to promote Blogger a competitor of WordPress.According to our sources PTA asked a handsome money from WordPress for giving him license to work in Pakistan.


WordPress to Blogger
Pakistan ranked upon 4th according to usage of WordPress for websites and for Blogging.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Sarfaraz Ahmed will be new captain for Pakistan Cricket Team - Sources

Melbourne - After losing Quarter final from Australia on their homeland , career of two cricketing giants Misbah and Afridi came to end. Afridi who seemed to be most destructive batsman in history of Cricket will remain in hearts of cricketing fans.Everyone is asking for next Captain for Pakistan team as both Captain and Vice Captain has been retired and slot is empty.

Currently no one is in the remarkable form to fill this gap.Previously Ahmed Shahzad and Umar Akmal were strong candidates for becoming head of the team but both of them failed to satisfy fans from their performance in the World Cup 2015.
Sarfaraz Ahmed on his Debut Century in Test
 Now everyone is hoping SARFARAZ AHMED (wicket Keeper) becoming next Captain for cricket team.Sarfaraz also has proven successfully his knot as Captain when he leads his team to become U-19 World Champion in 2006.Aamir Sohail also named Sarfaraz Ahmed to be stronger candidate for Captain of Pakistan Cricket Team. 

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Similarities between Pakistan’s 1992 and 2015 Cricket World Cup

Pakistan have won its only Cricket World Cup in 1992 under the captain-ship of the great Imran Khan. The event was co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand. The 2015th edition of the biggest cricket event is again happening in these countries and when more than half pool matches have been finished, it seems like the history is repeating in favor of Pakistan. Find out 12 similarities between Pakistan’s 1992 and 2015 Cricket World Cup;
1: Prime Minister of Pakistan
In 1992, Mr. Nawaz Sharif was the Prime Minister of Pakistan. Surprisingly, once again, Mr. Nawaz Sharif is the Prime Minister of Pakistan in 2015.
Pakistan Prime Minsiter during 1992 and 2015 cricket world cup
2: Pakistan lost initial two pool matches
In 1992, Pakistan lost its initial two pool matches. Once again, Pakistan lost its initial two matches in 2015.
3: Pakistan won its first pool match against Zimbabwe
In 1992, Pakistan won its first pool match against Zimbabwe. Once again, Pakistan has won its first match against Zimbabwe.
4: Venue:
The 1992 Cricket World Cup was co hosted by Australia and New Zealand. Once again, the event is co-hosted by these two countries.
5: Age of Captain
In 1992, Imran Khan was the captain of Pakistan Cricket Team who was playing his last World Cup at the age 40. Now in 2015, the captain Misbah ul Haq is playing is last World Cup and at the age of 40.
Age of Pakistan caption in 1992 and 2015 cricket worldcup
6: Two Leg Spinners:
In 1992, Pakistan squad included two leg spinners,Mushtaq Ahmad and Iqbal Sikandar. Once again, the Pakistani squad includes two leg spinners, Shahid Afridi and Yasir Shah.
Pakistan palyed with two leg spinners in 1992 and 2015 cricket world cup
7: Middle Order Batsman
In 1992, the middle order batsman Inziamam Ul Haq who played an important role in Pakistan victories was from Multan. Once again, in 2015, our middle order batsman whose batting style resembles with Inzimam ul Haq, belongs from Multan.
Pakistan middle order batsman in 1992 and 2015 cricket worldcup
8: Opening Batsman
In 1992, our opening bastman Ramiz Raja was from Lahore. Once again, in 2015, our opener Ahmad Shahzad belongs from Lahore.
Opening batsman of Pakistan in 1992 and 2015 cricket world cup
9: Captain City
In 1992, the then captain of Pakistan Cricket team was from Mianwali. Once again, the Pakistan captain Misbah ul Haq is from Mianwali.
Pakistan cricket team captain city in 1992 and 2015 world cup
10: Left Arm Fast Bowlers
In 1992, left arm fast bowler Wasim Akram was leading Pakistan’s bowling attack. Once again, in 1992, we are playing with attacking left arm fast bowlers Mohammad Irfan, Rahat Ali and Wahab Riaz.
Pakistani left arm fast bowler in 1992 and 2015 cricket wolrd cup
11: Months of World Cup
The 1992 Cricket World Cup was held in Febuary and March. Once again, the Cricket World Cup is happening in these months.
12: Winners
In 1992, Pakistan was the unexpected winner of Cricket World Cup . In 2015, once again, the unexpected winner of Cricket World Cup is … let the unexpected happen first :)

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Nasir Jamshed and Waqar Younis most hated persons on Social Media

Sydney (Humari News) Pakistan's Nasir Jamshed and Coach Waqar Younis are facing insulting remarks from Pakistan Cricket team fans on Social Media.According to Google Nasir Jamshed is on top of the list this week for Keyword searching at google.com.pk.
Insulting comments on Waqar Younis Pic at Facebook Page


A fake twitter account of Nasir Jamshed has been created and is popular on social media with its funny tweets on Nasir Jamhed's personality.
Nasir Jamshed tweets

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Monday, November 17, 2014

This is Karachi


Karachi – messy, slightly dangerous and hot as hell – it’s a place that will infuriate you and seduce you.
This is as cosmopolitan as Pakistan gets. – you’ll meet all sorts in Karachi.
Karachi-ites have a high opinion of themselves.
Fast-paced and just a bit insane, it’s a city that will get under your skin.

 You will become blasé about security.


Yes, you will become a total dheet when it comes to Karachi’s halaat.
Sure, armed guards are the norm and you instinctively avoid no-go areas but, in general, life goes on. When strikes, muggings and the like are so common it’s difficult to maintain a heightened level of worry.
Concerned relatives from out of town will phone you after a scary news report but you’re likely to be at a restaurant or GT when they call. No changing plans unless bullets are actually flying - and if they are, you'll be so practiced that you can have the shutters down and the drawbridge up in under 10 minutes.
Danger? What danger?

 You will become lazy and totally dependent on your maid


When your maid doesn't come back from her day off.
Home help is a luxury that you will rapidly get used to.
You may have cleaned your whole house, done the laundry, shopped for groceries AND cooked when you were abroad but now you’ll resent having to go down to the kitchen yourself to get a cup of tea.

 You will get robbed


Consider it a rite of passage and pray that you get off lightly.
Hopefully the worst that will happen is that someone will steal your wallet or phone at gunpoint. Some traffic signals are notorious for this and I have an uncle who faced a gun at two consecutive traffic signals. Hopefully you won’t be kidnapped or have your home invaded by robbers but in a city like Karachi there are no guarantees.
You will definitely know someone who’s gone through this horrible ordeal.

Your wardrobe will gradually turn beige and white


Desinger Shamaeel Ansari | Nida Azwer's Arabesque collection.
It may be our tropical climate or our love of subtle chic, but Karachi-ites wear a LOT of white, off-white, ecru and beige. Live here for any length of time and your wardrobe will start to reflect this.

Your driving will deteriorate


Karachi's pick and mix attitude to traffic laws will get to you sooner or later.
Most drivers ignore traffic rules completely and operate on the principal of “might is right”. The horn is king and giving way is unheard of.
You can try to stick to sensible driving practices but it’s likely that one day you will decide, “if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em”.

You will realise that electricity and running water are luxuries


When the water tanker doesn't turn up and you want to shower.
Karachi is definitely better off than many rural areas of Pakistan but the sort of uninterrupted services you get abroad are a dream for Karachi-ites.
You will come to rely heavily on your electricity generator and your water tanker wallah.

 You'll become surgically attached to your sunnies


Essential for posing but even more essential for hiding from the blazing sun.
The sun shines here almost 365 days a year. As glorious as that sounds to those who live in more gloomy climates, the constant bright sunshine can get to you. If you couldn’t retreat behind your sunnies, you’d go mad.

You will lose weight


Karachi subscribes wholeheartedly to the adage that “you can never be too rich or too thin”.
The average socialite in Karachi is significantly lighter than her counterparts in other parts of Pakistan. You'll find yourself joining the gym or an exercise class or downloading diet plans.
If you're coming from abroad, you’ll drop a few pounds from the repeated stomach infections that you'll get as your body develops immunity to our local bugs.

 You will realise that 'chai pani' is necessary to get anything done


You thought you could get it done without paying a bribe?
'Chai pani' has nothing to do with chai (tea) or pani (water) and everything to do with greasing palms. It’s not a coincidence that Pakistan ranks among the most corrupt countries in the world.

Your friends will become your extended family


You'll make great friends.
Even though living in Karachi can be a challenge, it holds some of the most generous, warmhearted people in the world.
You will make very dear friends who will be like family.

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