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Islamabad Airport is Worst Airport in World

By Tazeen • Oct 26th, 2014 • Category: Features

It’s official now. Benazir Bhutto International Airport Islamabad is world’s worst airport in the World. Huffpo has carried the story from a travel site, which has polled some 18,000 passengers from around the world and then has released a report on the basis of comfort, conveniences, cleanliness and customer service.
The top ten worst airports in [...]

Hawaldar Anchors in Pakistan

By Haris Hashmi • Oct 23rd, 2014 • Category: Features

On social media, the term ‘hawaldar anchor‘ is used for those Pakistani TV anchors who explicitly, shamelessly, brazenly, and immorally support establishment and its toadies. In the recent London Plan conspiracy, where 90% of media was compromised by the handlers, numerous hawaldar anchors surfaced to the scene.
In Pakistan, there always been journalists who remain on [...]

Onion benefits and its future in Sindh Pakistan

By Farzana Panhwar • Oct 11th, 2014 • Category: Features

The onion scientific name is Allium Cepa, while Cepa is a latent word its meaning is onion. Its other names are bulb onion or common onion. It is a vegetable. Allium also includes Egyptian onion, Japanese bunching onion and Canadian onion also used ad food. The time when onion gets flowers is called bolting.
Onion may [...]

The Mystery of Shepherding

By Aisha Noor • Oct 9th, 2014 • Category: Features

Allah Almighty, the best of planners, put his creature through various situations which is not understood at that time but later on the wisdom behind the conditions is revealed. Things are not as simple and clear as they seem to be. Allah says in the Qur’an, “And it is possible that you dislike a thing [...]

Blondes in Pakistan

By Amna Gilani • Oct 1st, 2014 • Category: Features

A Pakistani beauty is normally all about long black hair, fair skin color, dainty, petite, and delicate girl with shyness oozing. Big eyes, upright nose, bookish features, and long eye lashes are what makes a typical Pakistani girl a symbol of perfect beauty and grace.
Interestingly, in recent times, that trend seems to be changing slowly. [...]

History of Asad Umar of PTI

By Sameer Shaharyar • Sep 27th, 2014 • Category: Features

Asad Umar is the right hand of chairman PTI Imran Khan. His brother Zubair Umar is in PML-N, the party against which Imran Khan is blazing all the guns. So this family of Asad Umar is enjoying the booty no matter if PTI is in power or PMLN is ruling the country.
So who is this [...]

Aleema Khan Dominating Role in PTI

By Ali Yar Khan • Sep 16th, 2014 • Category: Features

Imran Khan’s Nephew Abdullah Khan and Sister Aleema Khan have the same status in PTI, which Hamza Shahbaz and Maryam Nawaz have in PML-N, and Bilawala Bhutto and Aseefa have in PPP. Aleema Khan practically and virtually runs the PTI from behind the scene besides of controlling Bani Gala secretariat.
No MNA or MPA or any [...]

Phone Call Transcript Between Hashmi and Saad Rafique

By Sharafat • Sep 5th, 2014 • Category: Features has obtained the transcript of much discussed telephone call between Javed Hashmi and Khawaja Saad Rafique. PTI social media gurus and their anchors on TV talk shows are beating the drums that it was Saad Rafique who asked Javed Hashmi to expose Imran Khan and also resign from the assembly.
Javed Hashmi and Saad Rafique, [...]

Dancing Girls of PTI - PHOTOS Videos

By Sharafat • Aug 19th, 2014 • Category: Features

Girls getting wet, sticky clothes, dancing among boys and enjoying themselves was what PTI sit-in and Azadi March was all about the last night. While rest of Islamabad was suffering and the country was disturb in uncertainty, dance was on in the Tehrik-e-Insaf.
Most of the girls dancing and moving on the beat of music belong [...]

PKHOPE Interview with Anchor Reham Khan

By Ghazala Khan • Aug 17th, 2014 • Category: Features

1. Please tell us briefly about yourself, as where you were born, grew up and studied.
I was born in Libya and sober my early years there. Bachelors of Arts in Education.
Followed by a post graduate in Broadcast Journalism.
2. What is your inspiration to join and stay in the journalism?
I have come to believe in [...]