(via fyrste) The World At Their Feet - Karachi United Football Foundation
Our favourite campaign of the day: Pakistani brand Espresso displays some great Corporate Social Responsibilty.
Holi celebrations in Lahore, Pakistan
photographed by Umar Ali
2) Final resting place of the late poet. The inscriptions read:
The one with the ripped collar who just passed this street,
He is the wandering mad everyone calls Jalib.
Now the apathetic people of society can stay in peace,
For those who used to awaken people from slumber are asleep.
During Pakistan’s first cabinet meeting in 1947, ADC Gul Hassan asked Mohammed Ali Jinnah: “Sir, should we serve tea during the meeting, or coffee?” Jinnah raised his head in surprise: “Did these people not drink tea/coffee from home? Which ever Minister wishes to have tea/coffee, he may do so before coming here, or perhaps after he returns home. The people’s money is for the people, not for the luxuries of Ministers”.
[source: um-er] Shoaib Akhtar.
Because we miss our Rawalpindi Express!
Kaho kya khayal hai?
This cute and colourful video made by students is worth watching and will surely lift your spirits today!
Sana Mir (Pakistani Women’s Cricket Team Captain)
A laborer, with his hands covered in sawdust, grinds away a portion of a wooden cargo ship during its overhaul in Karachi’s Fish Harbour July 15, 2012. The process of overhauling a boat takes about a week, in which the boat is brought to dry land and its wooden panels and paint serviced by a team of 20 carpenters and laborers, before it is set back to sea.
..So, I stopped a policeman on the street to ask if he knew a place that was open where I could buy bread and milk. I can still hear his reply, “Quieres decir un Pakistani?” (Do you mean to say a Pakistani one?) more
Spotted: Pakistani Fried Fish and Chicken Chargha on the streets of Barcelona, Spain.