Valentine’s Day 2016 is here and while the government of Pakistan has put a ban on celebrating the occasion of love, I am left with not much options than to post some quotes. Here you go… “It wasn’t love at first sight. It took a full five minutes.” – Lucille Continue Reading
The antinarcotics division seems to be helpless as druse in Islamabad, Pakistan, is on a rise. The Islamic Republic’s capital, which is home to over a million residents, has seen over 3,500 drugs-related cases registered in the past four years. According to the police, a substantial number of university, college, and even Continue Reading
Afer year-long negotiations with the government of Pakistan on motor industry-friendly perks, the auto giant has replaced the Cultus with Celerio.
Pakistan’s much controversial BOL TV launch date has been announced. According to the news posted on BOL Network’s official Facebook and Twitter profiles, the self-proclaimed #1 Pakistani media infrastructure is going to start its operations with an Azadi Transmission.
Shahlyla Baloch, the 20-year old Pakistani woman football team striker, dies in a road accident in Karachi.
Pilots of Indian planes landing in Indian occupied Kashmir are allegedly being targeted by ‘Pakistan hackers’ who are blocking their communication with the control tower and forcing them to listen to patriotic Pakistani songs, such as Dil Dil Pakistan. According to the Times of India, hackers often tap into the Continue Reading
Street art is bridging the gap between neighbours and sometime bitter rivals India and Pakistan. In November, Indian illustrator and designer Shilo Shiv Suleman made a long-awaited visit across the border to Pakistan, to collaborate with women’s rights activist Nida Mushtaq on Fearless Pakistan, a unique street art project spread across three cities.
Pakistani journalist and show-runner of Pakistan’s famous political TV show Capital Talk, was hacked by an Anonymous hacker. The hacker got access to his email account as well as his verified Twitter profile.
A 22-year old man named Jamshaid Khan has been killed in Rawalpindi Pakistan while trying to take a selfie in front of a fast moving train.
Independent BuzzFeez community contributor UshahK along with her friend Moebin Hafiz is trying to prove that Pakistan is the worst place on earth. Read on.