10 things you probably didn’t know about Pakistan

Published: December 9, 2014


“Pakistan is going through difficult times.”

“The future looks bleak.”

“Hope seems to be a luxury we cannot afford.”

Statements such as these are common nowadays. However, I tend to disagree.

I don’t believe there is anything as bad about Pakistan that can’t be fixed by what’s good about it. Pakistan is a beautiful country that has proven to be the epitome of resilience in the most difficult of times.

Here’s to celebrating everything that makes Pakistan a country so beautiful and so strong. Here’s to the breath-taking beauty and unimaginable strength.

Here’s to things you probably didn’t know about Pakistan.

1. The world’s 26th largest economy

It is a nuclear power and it has one of the strongest world armies. It ranks 26th in the largest economies of the world and has the second best performing stock exchange.

Photo: File

2. The world’s seventh largest standing force

Pakistani armed forces are internationally ranked as the seventh largest in the world, with the man power of 642,000. Pakistan provides the largest number of troops to serve the UN peacekeeping missions.

Photo: File

Along with this, Pakistan has one of the best trained air force pilots in the world. During the war of 1965, Squadron Leader Mehmud Alam held the world record of downing five Indian planes in less than a minute.

3. Fourth smartest people in the world

According to a poll organised by the Institute of European Business Administration, from 125 countries, Pakistanis have been ranked the fourth most intelligent people across the globe. Pakistan has the seventh largest collection of scientists and engineers.

Photo: File

The world’s youngest certified Microsoft experts, the late Arfa Karim and Babar Iqbal, both hail from Pakistan. Haroon Tariq, Ali Moeen Nawazish and Moosa Firoz are globally recognised achievers.

4.  Top national anthem tune of the world

Inspiring, motivational and beautiful poetry makes Pakistan’s national anthem the number one ranked tune in the world. Hafeez Jullundhri’s words were composed by musician Ahmad G Chagla. Pakistan also holds the record of most people singing the anthem, simultaneously.

Photo:Shafiq Malik/ File

5. Miraculous, breath-taking beauty

Aansu Lake, shaped like a tear drop, is at a height of 16,490 feet in Kaghan Valley.

The rooftop of the world, Trango Towers, the tallest vertical mountain in the world, Gilgit-Baltistan, along with four of the 10 highest peaks of the planet, make Pakistan the ‘rooftop of the world’.

Biafo glacier is the world’s longest glacial system outside the polar regions and that too is in Pakistan.

Photo: Bilal Allawala/ File

Pakistan has the world’s largest and most scenic railway gradient. A view of a tunnel and bridge over a river on the railway track from Rohri to Quetta, it’s the longest railway gradient of the world and the most scenic railway ride of Asia.

6. The second largest salt mines

The Khewra Mines are Pakistan’s oldest and the world’s second largest salt mines.

Their history goes back to 320 BC.

Photo: Muhammad Javaid/ File

7. The world’s largest ambulance network

Edhi Foundation is Pakistan’s largest non-profit social welfare program. It runs the world’s largest ambulance network in Pakistan.

Photo: File

8. Exceptional infrastructure

About 25% of Pakistan’s total land area is under cultivation and is watered by the largest irrigation system in the world. Pakistan irrigates three times more acres than Russia.

Tarbela Dam on the Indus River in Pakistan is the largest earth filled dam in the world and second largest by structural volume.

Photo: File

9. The world’s largest manmade forest

Changa Manga is one of the largest man-planned and man-grown forests in the world. It covers the area of approximately 12,000 acres.

Changa Manga

10. Asia’s largest bird sanctuary and the place where time stops

Pakistan has Hunza Valley, where time stops and fairies tread. The valley mostly remains covered under snow in winter, but when it melts, the sensuous hilly contour and the luxurious vegetation become a magnet to all and sundry.

Photo: Shabbir Mir /File

Haleji Lake is another asset. It is Asia’s greatest water fowl reserve. During winter, a hundred thousand birds fly down to Haleji from the cold of Siberia, making it the largest bird sanctuary of the continent.

While there are many who are more than willing to give up on Pakistan, for those who wish to salvage and save it, there are enough factors in this country to keep them motivated with their cause.

Gul Zehra Zaidi

Gul Zehra Zaidi

A medical student at Dow University, Karachi. She is an avid reader for whom being able to write is an absolute pleasure.

The views expressed by the writer and the reader comments do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of The Express Tribune.

  • Zahid Ali Afridi

    Gul Zehra Zaidi @ A very impressive compilation of facts about Pakistan. But let me tell you, I would still be proud of my country even if these 10 great things about Pakistan were not there.Recommend

  • Laiyla

    The beautiful places, army and ambulance network is one side and unemployment, security issues and ever growing corruption is on another side.
    In a country where we cannot use mobile phone on the road, can’t reach anywhere on time due to traffic chaos every single day caused by so called ‘azaadi dharne’ and the ‘kharcha paani’ we have to give even for legal matters, I am sorry but the second largest salt mine cannot motivate me to keep up my spirits and the candle of hope shining bright.Recommend

  • Chaudhary Usman

    staggering stuffRecommend

  • Oats

    The author must realize that it is a habit for Pakistanis to complain but compared to most Muslim countries, Pakistan is a heaven. Even we know it but thanks for the reminder. The nation has so much to offer. Not just because of natural beauty but relative stability compared to most Arab states. Pakistanis just have to work to improve the realities across the board in every sphere.Recommend

  • You only live once

    Point 3 is definitely not true. East-Asians/Jews have the highest IQ in the world, followed by Europeans. Do you really think Pakistan has the fourth smartest population, with its genetic disadvantage, a deplorable education system (mostly based on memorisation) and the high prevalence of consanguinity, generations after generations….? The people mentioned are the rare exceptions, not the rule.

    Point 1 and 2 should not be known, because their actually an embarrassment. The atomic bomb is a 70+ year old piece of technology, while most people in Pakistan probably don’t even know what an atom is… Now if Pakistani scientists were on the verge of a breakthrough in fusion power, or putting a robot on an asteroid, that would be an achievement.

    All other points sound interesting though.Recommend

  • umair

    agreed with all except the smartest people part. if our doctors were so smart we wouldnt need to go outside pakistan for treatments such as liver transplant. if our engineers were so smart we wouldnt have such pathetic roads and highways, virtually zero skyscrapers etc. i dont know of any pakistani scientist who is making waves. scoring great in A levels is not a huge achievement, changing the world after scoring is. im a proud pakistani, i gave up a very good private job to work for GOP to try to make a difference but lets face it, we are in a deep mess. if we had the smartest people in the world we wouldnt be in such a mess.Recommend

  • Moiz Omar

    This could have been much better written. Like #3, and #4. Fourth smartest people? In what specific fields? How did they measure this? What were the criteria for this? How did they measure creativity, imagination, innovation etc.. ? Did they take into academic research? While it is sad to say, Pakistan’s contribution is quite low compared to the rest of the World. Regarding #4, how did they get to this? Was there a vote? How many people voted? From what parts of the World? I mean, I’m proud to be a Pakistani, and I think we are a people who are generally very intelligent, talented and capable but if we claim something we should be able to back it up with data and evidence.Recommend

  • guest

    Thanks Gul. A much-needed article!Recommend

  • Fighter Man

    We need these kind of Write-ups to present the good and Positive Image of Pakistan through the media instead of bashing the country all the time.Recommend


    Great article! These facts above make you more proud of Pakistan and leave you hopeful regarding the future of the country.

    Ali Khan
    Digital Engagement Team, USCENTCOMRecommend

  • Gul Bahadur Marri

    Good response. No one can argue with that.
    A very stellar excellent article written by the author.Recommend

  • pk

    No point in measuring economy in PPP (purchasing power parity). India is 3rd largest economy in world as per PPP, but still houses largest no. of poor in world.
    Nations are made for people. So quality of life of peoples living in a country can be accurately assessed by GDP per capita.
    GDP per capita for Pakistan is 1,307 dollar (143rd in world)
    GDP per capita for India is 1,625 dollar (130th in world).
    If we take this statistics in account we know our place in world. Rest of the things like best army, best dam, best anthem are mere crap.Recommend

  • Ranveer Singh Warraich

    The gun camera footage of Alam’s kills is yet to be
    made public and therefore the kills cannot be confirmed.Recommend

  • bharat

    impressive facts,happy to know and hopefully someday visit tooRecommend

  • Aman

    Absolutely baseless fact and citation about Pakistanis being 4th most intelligent people of the world. Instititute for European Business Administration is an ordinary training academy and does not conduct any researches. There is no “Research” or “Publications” tab on its website. Pakistan today has published it on 1st April 2014 at 3 am. May be it is a case of April fool.Recommend

  • deep

    I have no arguments with any of the above, except for three of them. Your army has by and large lost all its battles and the top brass of the army along with your bureaucracy is responsible for most of the angst pakistanis experience. As for the national anthem – I do enjoy the sound of yours but it is such a subjective measure, it reduces the credibility of other genuine milestones. And seriously, you should be proud of being one of the few Muslim countries that has managed a peaceful transition of power.Recommend

  • Zainab Khan

    Most vital accomplishments by Pakistanis are in defense and military sectors. Pakistan has one of the best and world’s seventh largest Army. Pakistan is competent to manufacture aircrafts, ships, unmanned drones (UAVs), army tanks, ballistic and cruise Missiles. According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey; carried out by Gallup Pakistan, majority of Pakistanis considers nuclear capability as the most important achievement of their country. While restoring nuclear deterrence in the region Pakistan has reinstated the stability in South Asia which was disturbed after the nuclear explosions of India. It is remarkable that despite a troubled and crises prone political history, Pakistan has managed to make significant strides in defense sphere.Recommend

  • Alann

    1. “…has the second best performing stock exchange”


    2. “Pakistan provides the largest number of troops to serve the UN peacekeeping missions.”

    Misleading. ALTHOUGH, I would have agreed if it read as “one of the largest…”. Pakistan is not THE biggest contributor. Don’t mislead people.

    3. “Pakistanis have been ranked the fourth most intelligent people across the globe”.

    Misleading. There was no such survey by that institute. Atleast check facts before believing simply anything.

    4. “Inspiring, motivational and beautiful poetry makes Pakistan’s national anthem the number one ranked tune in the world.”

    Misleading. Based on an online poll that has been ‘ongoing’ for years, with no set expiry date and has simply been forgotten unless someone stumbles upon it accidently. Also, is a simple poll which doesn’t even list anthems of the countries listed, and even allows same people to vote multiple times. Not really a correct representation of people’s views about national anthems of various countries.

    I will believe you on the rest of the points. (although the headings of points 8 and 9 are still a bit misleading..)Recommend

  • 3… 2… 1… And here come butthurt Indians…Recommend

  • Saad

    Thanks sister for giving some hope otherwise reading ET blogs i was under the impression that even the word Pakistan has negative connotation.Recommend

  • salman

    North Pakistan is among one of the most beautiful places I have visited in my life.Recommend

  • Umair

    Gul Zehra, No one is giving up on Pakistan. We are going through difficult times of course which every nation goes through. Evolution is slow process but we will get there. Ask an expat how much Pakistan means to him/her. Cheers!!Recommend

  • Alann

    So many inaccuracies in this blog. Also use of fake facts, like point number 3, and outdated and/or misleading facts in multiple places.Recommend

  • Fawad Ali

    top national Anthem!! Are you kidding, there was never and can be never ranking on that, find the source. I looked for it and turns out self proclaiming website, not recognised by anyone else other than that website.Recommend

  • Awn Zaidi

    @4rth Smartest people
    There was no such survey ever done by “Institute of European Business Administration”.
    Pakistan Today published fake article.Recommend

  • Necromancer

    Lolz ET you should really look into it before you publish anywaya for the author one word PLEASE Recommend

  • M. U. Din

    Well done! We need to give our people hope that all is not lost and that we are still one of the most blessed countries is the world.Recommend

  • sam

    Military might or arbitrary world records of “downing Indian planes” in matters of minutes are certainly not things to be proud of.Recommend

  • Timmy007

    Well written article, feeling more proud…Recommend

  • Muhammad

    11th thing: In Pakistan, blasphemers (read: minorities) get swift, merciless justice by the hands of patriotic two-nation theorists.Recommend

  • Nas khan

    she can be a standup comedian..i think it’s sarcasm..Recommend

  • Dr. Shakeel Ahmed, Mississauga

    Good Job Dr. ZehraRecommend

  • Me

    Pakistan Zindabad!!Recommend

  • Bilal

    but this still helps :)Recommend

  • Ahmed

    Good job! Yes, Pakistani’s are a different breed I would say. The natural resources the country has are exceptional as well. Thanks for putting this together. Will be passing on to my siblings abroad so they can get familiar with their roots.Recommend

  • Aly

    One of the very few people who make their living time count with spreading good knowledge and exploring such avenues in writing. Kudos!Recommend

  • LS

    I was aware of 3-4 of them but not sure what is “Institute for European Business Administration – Global Intelligence Survey??? What is that? Did not find anything on it… Also never knew you could measure the intelligence of a nation using a survey.Recommend

  • Baddi Magane

    1) Top national anthem tune of the world!
    On what basis do you consider your anthem the greatest and how is that an achievement?

    2) The 186 million population of Pakistan is the “4th smartest
    people in the world”??. Perhaps you meant to say, there are 4 smart people
    in entire Pakistan.

    3) Iran and North Korea also have nuclear weapons. How is that a great achievement?

    Sorry to say this, but a 4th standard convent child in India have
    written better articles for their school projects, let alone a medical student in Pakistan.Recommend

  • Saif Jamali

    pakistan isnt the 26th largest economy… it’s positioning is twice that.. having a great army is of little value if they fail to defend us promptly when they need too.. having the largest fleet of ambulances is nothing to be proud.. it just highlights then extend of casualties we encounter way too often….yeah cool we have an awesome national anthem but no national conscience… we might be smart but we’re also downright intolerant.. and that’s a big shortcoming… as for the infrastructure.. most buildings in this country would crumble if they were to experience a mediocre natural hazard… and as far as the natural beauty is concerned.. it existed before pakistan did and has deteriorated ever since… that’s the problem with us.. we rather choose to take pride in irrelevant details than confront the shortcomings that can innately be attributed to us… lets grow realistic…self-glorification is the last thing we need…Recommend

  • D

    It’s tragic that you flagged having a large army and nuclear weapons as an achievement. Having instruments of murder is nothing to be proud of and you can’t really count having “scenic beauty” as an achievement it was there before Pakistan. I’ll give you points for 3, 9 and 7. You must be joking about the infrastructure, what infrastructure?

    There is nothing wrong with having a dismal and critical view of your country, that is the only way we can improve. I will be proud of my country the day they stop stoning pregnant women and burning minorities to ashesRecommend

  • SJ

    And despite being so blessed, we are hell-bent on destroying ourselves through religious intolerance. What a shame.Recommend

  • Mohammed Amin Markatia

    Gul Zehra, thanks for sharing the fact. You missed out a BIG one (:-).
    11. Given the opportunity, young patriotic brights like you can add 100 more things to your list .

    Well said Zahid Ali AfridiRecommend

  • Dr. Syed Shajee Husain

    Dear Dr. Zehra, I love my country as well….but fact remains the same…these things are not providing any relief to the poor people suffering from poverty, corruption, no law and order and the list goes on…I might sound a cynical person, if you show me an x ray of a broken writs I will call it a broken wrist…cannot ignore the facts what chunk of people living below poverty line? where does our MMR IMR stand globally? how much each Pakistani is in debt to IMF? One of four country in the world where Polio is still prevalent and polio campaigners getting killed, people get murdered and small colonies being burnt in the name of blasphemy….Recommend

  • Bewildered

    Keeping in view the current state of this land of the pure, these are ten more reasons to be ashamed of.Recommend

  • faizan

    Proud to be GREEN Shirts!Recommend

  • df

    Hard to believe some of these things are boast worthy:
    Worlds 26th largest economy? Your rightful place is in the top 10.
    Fourth largest standing army? Shows disproportionately high allocation of resources and misplaced priorities.
    Top national anthem? Only if you say so.
    Edhi was your most compelling choice. The bird sanctuary reminded me of the fate of the far less fortunate Hobura bustard.Recommend

  • Zain

    Countries are constantly saying Pakistan sucks, but in truth Pakistani’s are equal to everyone elseRecommend

  • Wali Abro

    About number three:
    “3. Fourth smartest people in the world.”

    I’m extremely skeptical of this claim. A quick Google search of “Institute of European Business Administration Intelligence Survey” yields nothing but posts and articles about Pakistan specifically, even when searched from an incognito Chrome window in Canada in order to eliminate Google’s personalized search results. Would the netizens and websites of other countries also not have made posts regarding their respective countries’ review in the study? No source links to the actual survey, and the Institute’s own website seems quite unkempt; therefore implying implausibility of the Institute itself in case any study or poll was, indeed, undertaken.

    All this seems to suggest that this claim is pure fiction, and catered to specifically boost the morale of Pakistanis, for some reason. However, this fabrication seems to have existed since at least 2012* – how it has survived to this day, being repeated with amazing gullibility is rather ironic considering that it claims Pakistanis, who are possibly the only propellers of this myth, are very intelligent.

    It’s truly quite interesting if you think about it.

    * https://www.facebook.com/IntelligenceBureauPakistan/photos/a.288576651216907.66325.288572777883961/288664141208158/Recommend

  • GlennRyall

    So much to cherish and yet we are blinded!!!
    Great write up! KudosRecommend

  • Maximus Decimus Meridius

    Very good. I really liked it. Especially the fact that you have portrayed our Army in a good light.Recommend

  • marik

    World’s 26th largest economy? Try looking up were we rank in income inequality.
    Fourth smartest people in the world? Try looking up where we rank in illiteracy.
    World’s 7th largest standing force? A white elephant that’s sucking this country dry.
    Exceptional infrastructure? All built by foreign experts and foreign money.
    The top national anthem? Lady have you ever heard the Russian national anthem?Recommend

  • Hayat

    If the writer ever tried to go to Haleji she would regret the deception that she made here. Haleji Lake is no more than a swamp in the winters now. The water is mostly drained post November and there has been more than 90% drop in bird numbers compared to the previous decade. I hope she verifies the facts the next time she blogsRecommend

  • Reddy

    you are not just wrong on one count but on all counts …neither ur economy is 26th largest(it’s 44th and about to be replaced by bangladesh ) nor your stock exchange (strictly speaking you don’t have one),smartest ppl in the world,that’s something you stretched so far that it collapsed on it’s own and you gave another shady pakistani news site as it’s link and your largest army surrendered in larger numbers than german army during WW-ii…. i can go on ..but i will leave you with one thing there is no such thing called best national anthem although god save the queen won some awards for it’s music….only thing pakistan should be proud of or at least can claim which will last till the end of the time(no,not islam) is abdus salam’s contribution towards theoretical physics…Recommend

  • sharabi

    Let me tell you few things you will surely find in Pakistan: Fanatic Mullahs & Conspiracy theories.Recommend

  • Queen

    Very nice blog. I love my country with all its positives and negatives because it is after all my homeland.Recommend

  • Izhar Minhas

    Gul baji JAK. You have done a remarkable job to bring out these facts about our beloved Pakistan. ThanksRecommend

  • Mohammad

    We have everything, what we don’t have is the unity, faith, discipline, tolerance and proper education.
    Good Job finding these facts, I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.Recommend

  • vijay

    You missed one. Largest Jihadi network in the worldRecommend

  • Khan

    One thing is seriously missing, the state of terror. ;)Recommend

  • نائلہ

    Chaand meri zameen, phool mera watan
    Meray kheton ki matti, milal e yemen <3Recommend

  • ayaz

    And you keep in mind something about your country too, the largest pseudo secular state in the worldRecommend

  • Rafique Khan

    Due to this Jihadi network your hegemony has been finished.Recommend

  • Jor El

    where r they ???Recommend

  • wb

    “On what basis do you consider your anthem the greatest and how is that an achievement?”

    The same way one considers his religion to be the perfect one. Purely on the basis of faith.

    “Perhaps you meant to say, there are 4 smart people
    in entire Pakistan.”

    Touche, Recommend

  • Parvez

    ….and today a Pakistani girl will become the youngest Nobel Prize winner .Recommend

  • Moiz Omar

    Also I forgot to mention in my original post, Wikipedia is not a good place to cite your sources from.Recommend

  • Sacred

    Do you Indians have nothing better to do than troll on Pakistani websites all day?Recommend

  • Banana

    Go to the page that she provided as link. Check the date on the page.Recommend

  • Die hard patriot

    Thank you my friend, for shooting down such a nice, feel good blog. I am curious to learn about your nationality, because you are obviously not Pakistani. Haters will always hate, I suppose…I do feel sorry for you. On another note, well done Gul Zehra Zaidi :) from one patriot to another, so proud of all our young, enlightened minds :)Recommend

  • Saurabh

    Yup.Staggering because a supposed Doctor-to-be is posting fantastical claims based on fantastical surveys on National news and people getting all proud and elated reading them. Pity.Recommend

  • Saurabh

    Well, most of them are actually not there.
    But yeah, thumbs up to your patriotism!Recommend

  • Sibtain Haider

    Here’s another fan.
    Great work Gul Zehra!Recommend

  • Sane

    Add one more thing ………people like you fond of finding negativity with this great country.Recommend

  • Queen

    Well if you are so concerned about the well being of our country then why don’t you take the initiative of bringing a positive change in the country? It is better to light a a candle than to curse the darkness. Being a Pakistani and being a doctor, you must have several opportunities to help people, to educate underprivileged ones etc. It is very easy to criticize but very difficult to actually mend the situation.Recommend

  • Queen

    I think some thing is burning on the other side of the border :)Recommend

  • Ahmad

    Very nice article. Keep them coming…Recommend

  • saif jamali

    ahh.. these are not facts.. merely fabrications of a delusional mind..Recommend

  • saif jamali

    not facts.. just fabrications and exaggerations.. sorry to burst your bubble..Recommend

  • asdf

    1) Largest economy by gdp : Wrong , the correct answer is its 44th : http://databank.worldbank.org/data/download/GDP.pdf
    Perfroming stock exchange : Wrong : http://www.bidnessetc.com/business/the-5-best-performing-stock-markets-in-the-world-in-2014/
    ( Even if it were the first in all of that then wudnt that even be the irony when people commit suicide coz of poverty, point is economic growth should be visible on ground as relief for the poor )

    2)Contributions to world peacekeeping : Wrong : http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/resources/statistics/contributors.shtml

    3) The top scientists Dr Qadeer and Dr Samar endorsed the idea of water car. Quality and impact matters not sheer quantity. Here is the real list that matters : http://www.realclearscience.com/lists/top_10_countries_with_greatest_scientific_impact/

    Ok , Pakistan sure has landscape beauty including all types of terrain. There is no doubt about the existence of natural resources. “Exceptional Infrastructure” is a myth to be proven though.

    9) Wrong again , largest man made forest aint in Pakistan : http://www.hanswilschut.com/en/the-largest-man-made-forest-in-the-world-2/Recommend

  • Sarah

    What about the Incredible India’s largest network of RAPISTS?Recommend

  • نائلہ

    We are an important part of their lives dude, let them obsess over us :)Recommend

  • نائلہ

    Why exactly does it hurt YOU though? Its their country, not yours;Recommend

  • saswath

    we found only few consider their religion most perfect..and ironically they are monolithics.Recommend

  • saswath

    with an Indian man…but she became winner since she was being killed in this country…so ironic :-)Recommend

  • saswath

    are u serious ?Recommend

  • wb

    But we are afraid of Pakistanis. Just a few days ago, there was a series of terrorist attacks in Srinagar.

    So, how can we forget Pakistan?Recommend

  • wb

    monolithic or monotheists?Recommend

  • wb

    Yes. It’s called Faisalabad.Recommend

  • wb

    He is actually telling the truth.

    Half of the blog’s claims are lies.

    Half of them are silly.

    Half of them…well there is no other half left.Recommend

  • نائلہ

    Actually half of his comment was regarding pakistanis being proud, which he has no say inRecommend

  • نائلہ

    Ofcourse, remember us in your prayers and we will remember you in ours :)Recommend

  • suresh

    and whats the title of this storyRecommend

  • suresh

    dont your people rape or simply worship that ?Recommend

  • Fareed Khan Afridi

    Where do they haters like you?Recommend

  • Fareed Khan Afridi

    This hindu is all over ET with his anti Pakistan comments.
    His brothers work as moderators at ET. What a shame.Recommend

  • wb

    Should a Pakistani feel proud of lies and silly claims? That’s their choice.

    But he and I have all the right to pity you for your shallow world view.Recommend

  • wb

    We always do. We pray for good sense to Pakistanis.

    And what do you pray for? To reunite and live in India?Recommend

  • wb

    India has a rape problem. So does Pakistan.

    But there is no network of rapists in India.Recommend

  • ram

    As an avid bird watcher I wish to visit Pakistan once in my life timeRecommend

  • ram

    you forgot mention most important Number one choice of destination of all the terrorist to hide for, a place where Osama,Dawood, Khalid, Bin Ramzi are once lived and currently hosting Hafeez Syed,Haqqani etcRecommend