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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2018 9:06 pm
 


Fighter wrote:
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Good luck kicking our balls :lol:


ROTFL

Well played, sir! R=UP


Thanks

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Another funny thing I noticed is how similar US national security advisor John Bolton looks when compared to Pakistani Pashtun Chief Minister Pervez Khattak...

Once John Bolton goes on diet, he will look exactly similar to our guy :lol:

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Pervez Khattak

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That is scary similar. Good catch.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2018 11:38 pm
 


stratos wrote:
That is scary similar. Good catch.


:)

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Poor pigeon! :cry:


My pigeon....code-named; Captain Ghutargoo

All his fault is that he is Pakistani and was planning to shit on Indians :lol:

I salute him for not opening his mouth despite getting sever torture by Indian authorities.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2018 11:18 am
 


China Pakistan Economic Corridor CPEC Documentary National Geographic



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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2018 11:33 am
 


Oooh, the Karkoram Hwy is nice to see again! I got to see some of it when I had some business in Hasanabdal at the Cadet College. It was a pretty place to visit especially in the winter.


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 16, 2018 10:21 pm
 


BartSimpson wrote:
Oooh, the Karkoram Hwy is nice to see again! I got to see some of it when I had some business in Hasanabdal at the Cadet College. It was a pretty place to visit especially in the winter.


Yup :)

Under CPEC, this marvel is being transformed into more good one

Hasan Abdal and Havelian

This is currently a 54 kilometres (34 mi) of 2 lane roadway referred to as the N-35. Work is underway to construct a new 59-kilometre-long (37 mi), six-lane controlled-access highway between Hasan Abdal and Havelian which upon completion will be officially referred to as the E-35 expressway, or Hazara Motorway

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reconstruction_of_the_Karakoram_Highway


Making of KKH....Lot of Pakistanis and Chinese labourers died while doing it.



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:04 am
 


Pakistani civilians ranked 4th in holding world’s firearms

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UNITED NATIONS: Pakistanis are among the top five nations’ in the list of 25 top-ranked countries and territories holding world’s firearms, according to the new study.

There are more than one billion firearms in the world but 85 percent of those are in the hands of civilians, with the remainder held by law enforcement and the military, says the survey report released Small Arms Survey.

Interestingly, Americans make up only four percent of the global population but they own 40 percent of the world’s firearms.

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Of the 857 million guns owned by civilians, Pakistan is ranked at number four with 43.9 million of its civilians holding firearms. The US is at the top with 393 million followed by India at 71 million and China at 49.7 million.

Similarly in the list of the largest reported and estimated military-owned firearms holdings, Pakistan is at the number 10 with 2.3 million firearms in a list of top-10 countries.

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Elucidating method to measure military firearms, the report says the study uses two main approaches for calculating military firearms holdings of armed forces: official data on military firearms holdings and estimates based on the use of a doctrinal category multiplier applied to the number of military personnel in a country.

The survey, produced by the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, says it bases its estimates based on multiple sources, including civilian firearms registration data from 133 countries and territories and survey results in 56 countries.

“The biggest force pushing up gun ownership around the world is civilian ownership in the United States,” said Aaron Karp, one of the authors of the report which compiles new data from the last ten years. “Ordinary American people buy approximately 14 million new and imported guns every year,” Karp told a news conference at UN headquarters in New York.

Americans have access to powerful firearms that are not available in many other countries due to tighter legislation.

“Why are they buying them? That’s another debate. Above all, they are buying them probably because they can. The American market is extraordinarily permissive,” he said.

Gun ownership rates vary across the world, with 121 firearms for every 100 residents in the United States compared to 53 in Yemen, 39 in Montenegro, and 35 in Canada.

Japan and Indonesia are at the other end of the spectrum with less than one firearm per 100 people.

Only 28 countries released information on their military stockpiles while 28 nations offered information the firearms owned by law enforcement agencies.

https://arynews.tv/en/pakistani-civilians-ranked-4th-world-firearms/

Oh dear...The jewellery of men as Pakistani Pashtuns say :) THE GUNS...


Pakistan made MP 5 gun exported to American Market.



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The Gun Markets of Pakistan....This video is years old...Pak army is there and Taliban have been pushed back to Afghanistan while these local people are very good, fierce and hospitable :)



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2018 6:15 am
 


Woman, child among six Pakistani prisoners set free by India

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ISLAMABAD: Six Pakistani prisoners including a woman and child reached the country on Tuesday via the Wagah border after they were set free by India.

A spokesperson of the Pakistani High Commission in New Delhi had confirmed the prisoners' release earlier today.

The Pakistani nationals — who were imprisoned in different jails, camps, and minor jails — were handed over to the authorities in the presence of Pakistani High Commission officials.

Nasreen Akhter, who was sentenced to 10 years and six months, was among the freed prisoners. Her fine was paid by the Pakistani High Commision in January 2017.

According to the High Commission's spokesperson Khawaja Muaz Tariq, a child, Ali Haroon, was also among the released prisoners.

The Pakistani High Commission had earlier held talks with Indian authorities. At least 52 Pakistani prisoners who have completed their sentence, including 37 fishermen and four children, are imprisoned in Indian jails, Tariq said. The release of these prisoners is expected in the near future.


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