Facts a Pakistan to be proud of…

Pakistan is the country about which the entire world thinks that it is full of terrorist, where there is any terrorist attack first blame is on Pakistan. No one in the world is familiar with that it is the country which is full of talented people, who work hard and they also martyred for their country. The facts that Pakistani’s are to be proud of Pakistan are that Pakistan is the first Islamic country to attain nuclear power. Islamic states like Iran etc. tried utmost to become a nuclear power but they fail to achieve the status of nuclear power. Edhi is running the world’s largest ambulance network in the world. They own air ambulances, providing quick access to far-flung areas. They have many other services which they are providing like hospitals providing free medical care, eye hospitals, diabetic centers, surgical units, a 4- bed cancer hospital and mobile dispensaries etc. World youngest certified Microsoft Experts Arfa Kareem (late) and Babar Iqbal are also from Pakistan. Pakistan has the sixth largest and third bravest military force in the world. Pakistan national anthem tune ranks first in the top three tunes of the world. Pakistan has the fourth largest broadband internet system in the world. Pakistan also has the world largest sea port i.e. Gawader; the route from china to whole world. The most important fact about Pakistan is that 50% of the world’s footballs are made from Pakistan. All the football’s used in the world cup was made in Pakistan. Asia’s Highest Railway Station “Kan Mehtarzai Asia’s Highest Railway Station Kan Mehtarzai that is located 2240 meters above sea level near Quetta. First PC virus was created by two Pakistani brothers. (Maybe not something to be very proud of, but it still might have required an impressive level of intellect to do so). Dr. Abdul Salam was the Nobel Prize winner for the physics for his contribution to electroweak unification. LUMS (Lahore University of Management Sciences) attracts students from Middle East, the Far East, Central Asia, and other parts of South Asia. Ustaad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, hailed as the most important Qawwali singer of the 20th century and received many awards around the globe such as The “Legends” award at the UK Asian Music Awards (2005). The Shah Faisal Mosque in Islamabad can accommodate almost 100,000 worshipers. Completed in 1976, it could at that time probably hold the city’s entire population.Karakoram Highway runs through the northern areas connecting Pakistan with China’s Xingjiang province is often described as “Eighth Wonder of the Worlddue to the marvel of civil engineering as it has taken 15 years to complete by the Pakistan Army Engineers in collaboration with China. It’s been labeled as “World’s highest paved international Road” under worlds toughest terrain. Air Commodore MM ALAM (Late) has a world record of shooting down 5 planes in less than a Minute.

This country is full of talented people but only we need is a good leader whom we follow and make Pakistan a prosperous country.


Car Racing

Everyone in the world has its habit or passion which keeps him busy in his life and makes his life more interesting. Someone has a habit of sports or pet keeping etc. but main passion is very interesting that is car racing Every Saturday night during my holidays I get to experience a rush and addiction which is driving my race car. Sitting there with anticipation, strapped in with all my seat belts so tight I can’t move. I am holding the steering wheel so tight my knuckles are white, looking around and knowing the other drivers want to win as badly as I do, all of us just waiting for the officials to wave us onto the track. Out on the track, I am lined up in tenth place, the fifth row, on the outside and rolling slowly bumper to bumper and side by side. I feel the guy behind my nudging me with anxiousness, hitting my bumper wanting to unleash the car he pilots. The sound of the cars all revving their engines to clean out the cobwebs, I shake my head and breathe deep, all my senses are acute. The smell of racing gas in my nose, the vibration of horsepower ready at my feet and hands straining to leap like a horse out of the gate. My hands grip the wheel while the flagman holds the green flag close to him, waiting to let us go. The green flag waves out and I smash the gas pedal to the floor, all I hear is the roar of the exhaust. I drive into the corner side by side with fenders scraping, I can smell my brakes getting hot as I try to slow down to take the corner, the high pitch of rubber squealing and the smell of it burning in my nose. I feel I am driving the car well past what it was designed to do, taking it to its limits, the car is sliding a bit sideways as I hit the pedal to the floor again. Salty sweat is running down my forehead from the heat, it is burning my eyes, making it hard to see. My head is forced against the right side of my seat head rest from the G force of the car powering around the corner. And race start after whistle.

I modify my car with nose, a boost gauge, an inter-cooler possibly, a better intake manifold, a turbo management system, cold air intake. This is expensive passion but I love to modify a car. This passion is fettle to life but I am trying to reduce it because it is very dangerous and risk for your life but When you are fitted in a racing car and you race to win, second or third place is not enough.

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