Sun 8 Apr 2012
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Sun 8 Apr 2012


 Positive facts which people / world doesn't know much about Pakistan, other than doing and having just negative thoughts and critisism.

Of all the countries in the world

  • Pakistan is the second largest exporter of clothing
  • Fourth largest cotton producer
  • Fifth largest milk producer
  • Pakistan is only Muslim nuclear power as well as a declared nuclear weapons state
  • Tenth largest workforce in the world
  • Seventh largest pool of scientists and engineers in the world
  • 28th largest economy in the world worth $1 trillion (Dh3 trillion)
  • Stands at number two in terms of per capita charity donations after the US.
  • Pakistany has the fifth largest coal, copper and gold reserves in the world worth $65 billion
  • Pakistan Stock exchange was the world's third best performing last year despite all the troubles.
  • Pakistan has the seventh largest standing armed forces in the world
  • Pakistan has the second largest Muslim population in the world. It is second to Indonesia
  • The worlds second and ninth highest mountains , The K2 and Nanga-parbat, are in Pakistan
  • Pakistan has best weather for business in the world, ccording to GALLOP survey from whole world.
  • Pakistan is 2nd in Entrepreneurial activities in Asia after Japan
  • Best performance at Field hockey World Cup (men)
  • Most number of British Open Squash champions (men)
  • Greatest number of World Open Squash champions (men)
  • Most successful team in ICC World Twenty20 Cup
  • Highest paved international road, Karakoram Highway at 4,693 m (15,397 ft)


Proud to be a Pakistani. Long live Pakistan because Pakistan Best. Ooopss after reading these...Is something burning????



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Tue 13 Sep 2011


R.I.P. the 2,976 innocent Americans who lost their lives on 9/11;


R.I.P. the 37,000 Pakistanis, 48,644 Afghans and 1,690,903 Iraqis who paid the ultimate price for a crime they did not commit….

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Sat 26 Mar 2011

Finally, long awaited, Pakistan vs India, infront of each other on 30th March, in Worldcup semifinal, will be played in India.
Best of luck Pakistan - The Champions


The Indian and Pakistani cricket teams have been long-time arch rivals and their rivalry is considered one of the most intense sports rivalries in the world. An India-Pakistan cricket match has been estimated to attract up to one hundred million television viewers according to well respected TV ratings firm Initiative, and defeat is usually unacceptable to fans of both teams

The rivalry began with the Partition of India in 1947, with Pakistan being created, the subsequent Kashmir dispute and the wars and conflicts that followed afterward between the two countries. This dispute has affected both diplomatic and political relations, and the same animosity can be felt on the field. A match between the two countries is often equated with war. Often a political or diplomatic tension has a fallout on the cricket relations between the two countries including suspension of cricket tours to the other country.

India Vs Pakistan - Head-to-Head statisticsAs of 23 March 2011.(Statistics may be outddated after time and could be fluctuate from sources provided just as an averate statistics)

Tests[5] ODIs[6] T20Is[7]
Matches played 59 119 2[8]
Won by Pakistan 12 69 0
Won by India 9 46 1
Draw/Tie/No result 38 4 1

Test records
Highest team score
Pakistan - 699/5, at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, on December 1, 1989 - Match Result: Drawn
India - 675/5 (declared), at Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan, on March 28, 2004 - Match Result: India won by an innings and 52 runs.

Lowest team score
India – 106 all out, Pakistan won by an innings and 43 runs at University Ground, Lucknow – October 23 to October 26, 1952
Pakistan – 116 all out, Pakistan won by 16 runs at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore – March 13 to March 17, 1987

Highest individual scores
Virender Sehwag (India) - 309 at Multan stadium, on March 28, 2004
Javed Miandad (Pakistan) – 280* at Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad on January 14, 1983

Highest total series wicket taker
Imran Khan (Pakistan) – 94 wickets
Kapil Dev (India) – 99 wickets

Best bowling figures in an innings
Anil Kumble (India) – 10/74 at Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi on February 7, 1999
Imran Khan (Pakistan) - 8/60 at National Stadium, Karachi on December 27, 1982

ODI StatisticsHighest innings score
India – 356/9,[9] India beat Pakistan by 58 runs at ACA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam on April 5, 2005
Pakistan – 344/8,[9] India beat Pakistan by 5 runs at National Stadium, Karachi on March 13, 2004

Lowest innings score
India – 79, Pakistan beat India by 8 Wickets at Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot on October 13, 1978
Pakistan – 87, India beat Pakistan by 38 Runs at Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah on March 22, 1985

Highest total chased
Pakistan – 322, Pakistan beat India by 4 wickets at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali – Chandigarh on November 8, 2007
India – 316, India beat Pakistan by 3 Wickets at Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka on Jan 18, 1998

Most career runs
Inzamam-ul-Haq (Pakistan) 2403 runs
Sachin Tendulkar (India) - 2389 runs

Highest individual score
Pakistan - Saeed Anwar 194
India - MS Dhoni 148

Highest Partnerships
India - 231 between Sachin Tendulkar & Singh Sidhu at Sharjah
Pakistan - 230 between Saeed Anwar & Ijaz Ahmed at Dhaka

Best bowling figures
India - 5 wickets for 16 runs by Sourav Ganguly in 1997 at Toronto
Pakistan - 7 wickets for 37 runs by Aaqib Javed in Sharjah

Biggest Victory margins
Pakistan - 150 run victory at Delhi in 2005
India - 140 run victory at Dhaka in 2008

Smallest totals & victory margins
Pakistan - 4 runs at Sharjah in 1993
India - 4 runs at Quetta in 1978

Most Extras
India conceded 41 extras at a Mohali game on 8 November 2007.
Pakistan have conceded 31 extras.

All-time highest wicket takerWasim Akram (Pakistan) – 60 Wickets
Anil Kumble & Javagal Srinath (India) – 54 Wickets

ODI matches summaryTotal 119 Matches - 46 won by India, 69 won by Pakistan. No result 4
26 matches in India - 9 won by India, 17 won by Pakistan.
27 matches in Pakistan - 11 won by India, 14 won by Pakistan. No result 2.
66 matches in neutral countries. 26 won by India. 38 won by Pakistan. No result 2

Winner in ODI Series

1978 India in Pakistan Winner Pakistan
1982 India in Pakistan Winner Pakistan
1983 Pakistan in India Winner India
1984 Asia Cup Winner India
1984 India in Pakistan, called off
1985 Benson & Hedges World Championship of Cricket (in Australia) Winner India
1985 Rothmans Four-Nations Cup (Australia, England, India, Pakistan in United Arab Emirates) Winner India
1985 Rothmans Sharjah Cup (India, Pakistan, West Indies in United Arab Emirates) Winner None
1986 Austral-Asia Cup Winner Pakistan
1986 Champions Trophy (India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, West Indies in United Arab Emirates) Winner None
1987 Pakistan in India Winner Pakistan
1987 Sharjah Cup Winner None
1988 Champions Trophy (India, Pakistan, West Indies in United Arab Emirates) Winner None
1988 ASIA CUP Winner India
1989 Champions Trophy (India, Pakistan, West Indies in United Arab Emirates) Winner Pakistan
1989 MRF World Series (Nehru Cup) Winner Pakistan
1989 India in Pakistan Winner Pakistan
1990 Austral-Asia Cup Winner Pakistan
1991 Wills Trophy (India, Pakistan, West Indies in United Arab Emirates) Winner Pakistan
1994 Pepsi Austral-Asia Cup Winner Pakistan
1994 Singer World Series (Australia, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka) Winner India
1995 Asia Cup Winner India
1996 Singer Cup (India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka in Singapore) Winner Pakistan
1996 Pepsi Sharjah Cup (India, Pakistan, South Africa in United Arab Emirates) Winner (None)
1996 Sahara 'Friendship' Cup (India, Pakistan in Canada) Winner Pakistan
1997 Pepsi Independence Cup (India, New Zealand, Pakistan, Sri Lanka in India) Winner (Pakistan)
1997 Pepsi Asia Cup (Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka) Winner (None)
1997 Sahara 'Friendship' Cup (India, Pakistan in Canada) Winner India
1997 India in Pakistan ODI Series Winner Pakistan
1998 Silver Jubilee Independence Cup (Bangladesh, India, Pakistan in Bangladesh) Winner India
1998 Sahara 'Friendship' Cup (India, Pakistan in Canada) Winner Pakistan
1999 Pepsi Cup (India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka in India) Winner Pakistan
1999 Coca-Cola Cup (England, India, Pakistan in United Arab Emirates) Winner Pakistan
2000 Asia Cup Winner Pakistan
2000-2003 No Series
2004 India in Pakistan Samsung Cup Winner India
2004 Asia Cup Winner (None)
2005 Pakistan in India Videocon Cup Winner Pakistan
2006 India in Pakistan Hutch Cup Winner India
2007 Pakistan in India Indian Oil Cup ODI Series Winner India
2008 Asia Cup Winner (None)
2009 No Series
2011 Worldcup (Semi-final) Winner [TBD]


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Mon 1 Dec 2008

HAARP - More than 200 miles east of Anchorage, Alaska, is the Pentagon's High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program, officially an enormous experiment to heat the ionosphere with radio waves. But conspiracy theorists believe the project is a weapon to bring down aircraft and missiles by lifting sections of the atmosphere, cause earthquakes or even a huge weather modification machine.

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Wed 15 Oct 2008

A safety device which prevents drivers using mobile phones by automatically intercepting calls and text messages when they are moving has been unveiled.

The software tells callers the person they are trying to reach is driving and asks them to leave a message.

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The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents

Canadian firm Aegis Mobility hopes its system will become available via a monthly subscription fee.

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) says drivers are four times as likely to crash using a phone.

Phone fine

The DriveAssist system can also tell callers where the person they are trying to reach is located by using satellite navigation technology.

Motorists using mobile phones caused 25 fatal, 64 serious and 259 slight accidents in 2007, according to the Department for Transport.

It has been illegal to use a mobile phone while driving since December 2003 - with offenders facing a £60 on-the-spot fine and three points on their licence.

A RoSPA spokesperson told BBC News: "Our advice to drivers is to switch off their mobile phones when they get behind the wheel and let voicemail do its job."

Meanwhile, a survey by motoring group RAC shows almost half of drivers are seriously distracted by in-car technology - rising to 55% for 17-to-24-year-olds.

The most distracting gadgets were radios and CDs, followed by mobile phones and satnav systems which each put off around a third of drivers.

Heating and air conditioning controls distracted 35% in the survey of 1,034 motorists.

Anti-locking brake systems (ABS) and immobilisers are fitted as standard on new cars, yet only 70% of drivers knew they had ABS and only 68% knew they had immobilisers.

The Department for Transport says distractions account for 12% of all road accidents. In 2007 that amounted to 75 fatal, 411 serious and 2,517 slight accidents.

The RAC survey also looked to the next 20 years of motoring and revealed:

 • 23% believe drivers will be able to simply input an end destination then sit back and enjoy the ride.

 • 35% think cars will be able to "talk" to each other to pinpoint and avoid traffic.

 • 71% believe cars will be able to tell you when you are exceeding the speed limit with half predicting automatic prevention.

 • 60% predict fingerprint, voice or breath recognition will replace keys to start a car.

 RAC's technical director David Bizley said: "In-car technology has come a long way since the late 80s. The advances have fallen into two camps - active and passive.

"Active technologies such as in-car entertainment are not always positive as they can cause driver distraction, while passive technologies, such as anti-locking brake systems (ABS), are undervalued as they are not fully understood or deemed less important as they come on automatically."


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