Pakistan Railways Crises

Pakistan Railways is a national transport service. It provides an important mode of transportation in the farthest corners of the country and brings them closer for business, sight-seeing, pilgrimage and education. Railway has been a cheapest mode of transportation for passengers and goods.  It is under the administration of federal government and its head quarter read more »

Quetta: Attack on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Women Rally by PPP Workers

Balochistan is a province of Pakistan which needs more development. The people of Balochistan have been deprived from their basic rights therefore they want to change their system and they want to see Imran Khan as next Prime Minister of Pakistan. The women workers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, were holding a rally in Quetta and they read more »

Pakistan: On the Turn of Revolution with Imran Khan

Pakistan is a rich country in natural resources and it is also gifted with natural beauty. Pakistani people are intelligent and hard working. Pakistan’s main problem is corrupt leadership and the country desperately needs a good leader who can lead by example. At present ruling elite of Pakistan is so dumb and dis-loyal to the read more »

Difa-i-Pakistan’s Protest, to Remain closed the NATO’s Supply Routes to Afghanistan

Difa-i-Pakistan Council (DPC) is a group of religious leaders who are in opposition of Pakistan’s decision to allow US and other NATO countries to restart the supplies through the country to Afghanistan.   That time is not so far when NATO helicopters and fighter jets attacked two military outposts in northwest Pakistan and killed as read more »

Rehman Malik’s Announcement for Resignation from Senate Membership

Rehman Malik, the advisor of Prime Minister on interior affairs, had resigned from his senate membership.  Malik said that he had abandoned his British citizenship and that the dual nationality bill had not been proposed in order to facilitate him. He also showed the documents to the reporters as evidence that he had given up read more »