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PostPosted: Sun Jul 08, 2018 12:30 pm
 


Congratulations Pakistan for winning the T20 Tri Series in Zimbabwe and remains the No. 1 T20i side of the world.. #PAKvAUS #PakistanZindabad #TriSeriesFinal #TriSeries #AUSvPAK Well done boyz... U r the best...

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Salute to Pak Army for making Pakistan Sooper

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Pakistani places, dresses, food ; EVERYTHING is sooper

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Cuteness from Chitral Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkwa, #Cutepeople of #BeautifulPakistan

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#Parkari #Kolhi #Hindu #lady with her #cultural #wears in #Sindh #Pakistan

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Jinnah International Airport has a capacity of handling 12 million passengers annually. It is the primary hub of Pakistan International Airlines. The Jinnah Terminal was completed in 1992 at a cost of US $100 million.

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9th consecutive T20I series win ✅ Highest successful T20I run chase for Pakistan ✅ First tournament over Australia in 28 years ✅ The Zimbabwe T20 Tri-Series Champions, Pakistan #PAKvAUS

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Jigran Valley AJK #BeautifulPakistan

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Mighty Tirch Mir, Peak of Hindukush Mountain range, An amazing Sunset view from Birmughlasht Chitral Gol National Park, Chitral Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkwa #BeautifulPakistan Credits and many thanks to @AsmarHussain

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 18, 2018 11:26 am
 


The curiosity to lead the harder one always make you stronger one. Fredrik Strang at Broad Peak. #BraodPeak #Karakoram #GilgitBaltistan #BeautifulPakistan #Gilgittheheaven

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As I entered class, he was standing at door. I asked his name, he said "Wazir e azam". When asked does he want to be Wazir e azam too? he said he wants to join Pak Army. He is student of class prep in a school in Kalash Valley, Chitral. Credits for photo and text: @AsmarHussain

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Gulpur waterfall Kotli AJK #BeautifulPakistan @Amazing_pk

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Skardu, #BeautifulPakistan

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#Haldi Cones Dist Ghanche , #Baltistan

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Good morning Pakistan with some lovely clicks of Jahaz Banda: a large meadow in the upper reaches of Kumrat Valley, Upper Dir Khyber Pakhtunkhwa #BeautifulPakistan. Credits and thanks to my friend and colleague "Mustafa Amin"

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.@Official_PIA ‘s Air Safari has arrived! Check out the scenic view of Snow clad K2 and other 8000s. #Pakistan Credits: @Official_PIA

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Pakistan Monument, Islamabad #BeautifulPakistan #GilgitTheHeaven #GilgitBaltistan #Islamabad #Nature #green Credits : SM Bukhari.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 21, 2018 9:38 pm
 


What It's Like In The 'Death Zone' Of The World's Tallest Mountains





Why K2 is a harder climb than Mt. Everest



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PostPosted: Sun Jul 22, 2018 4:50 am
 


Are there any places in Pakistan where people do not have to do much work to survive?

If I was content eating molluscs and wild plants, where would you recommend I go?


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2018 6:54 am
 


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Are there any places in Pakistan where people do not have to do much work to survive?

If I was content eating molluscs and wild plants, where would you recommend I go?


:lol:

I really didn't know about molluscs...but as far as wild plants are concerned, you can go to KPK, our northwestern province, where we recently planted lot of trees :)

Overall, your experience will be good if you visit Pakistan. You will find Pakistan cleaner, nicer and beautiful compared to rest of other countries :)


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2018 10:16 am
 


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Congratulations Pakistan for



Confirming yourselves as nothing more than a bunch of vile
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Tortured donkey dies seven days after it was kicked, punched and rammed with a car for political stunt that compared politicians to an 'ass' in Pakistan

The donkey was handed to the Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation rescue centre
They tried to keep the donkey alive but he died after struggling to breathe
The rescue centre described the brutal attack on the donkey as a 'hate crime'
The perpetrators wrote the names of politicians from a party on the donkey

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/pakista ... istan.html

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A donkey who was 'beaten to a pulp' as part of a political stunt in Pakistan has died a week after it was punched in the face and rammed with a car.

The animal, nicknamed Hero, was wounded during a stunt ahead of the country's general elections on July 25 which saw politicians from one party described as 'asses'.

The seriously injured animal was found and handed over to the Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation (AFC) which tried to revive him but the rescue centre announced on Monday that Hero had died.

They said: 'He just saw a week of happiness, peace and love with us, and we saw this beautiful, intelligent personality who was abused and tortured for absolutely no reason, for no fault of his own.'


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:40 pm
 


martin14 wrote:
Fighter wrote:
Congratulations Pakistan for



Confirming yourselves as nothing more than a bunch of vile
sadistic motherfuckers. :evil:





Tortured donkey dies seven days after it was kicked, punched and rammed with a car for political stunt that compared politicians to an 'ass' in Pakistan

The donkey was handed to the Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation rescue centre
They tried to keep the donkey alive but he died after struggling to breathe
The rescue centre described the brutal attack on the donkey as a 'hate crime'
The perpetrators wrote the names of politicians from a party on the donkey

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/pakista ... istan.html

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A donkey who was 'beaten to a pulp' as part of a political stunt in Pakistan has died a week after it was punched in the face and rammed with a car.

The animal, nicknamed Hero, was wounded during a stunt ahead of the country's general elections on July 25 which saw politicians from one party described as 'asses'.

The seriously injured animal was found and handed over to the Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation (AFC) which tried to revive him but the rescue centre announced on Monday that Hero had died.

They said: 'He just saw a week of happiness, peace and love with us, and we saw this beautiful, intelligent personality who was abused and tortured for absolutely no reason, for no fault of his own.'


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This is extremely shameful act and we regret it. Pakistani media condemned it. We have our own share of morons who get carried away and cross the limits. This shouldn't have happened. You are forgetting that the people who were trying to rescue that HERO; name of donkey, are also Pakistanis.

These kind of incidents are not only restricted to Pakistan...In Canada, there was a old year back report/article of torture on animals

Exclusive: Video shows brutal treatment of animals at Canada Goose supplier

https://globalnews.ca/news/3838706/canada-goose-peta-animal-cruelty/


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 30, 2018 9:50 pm
 


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The stunning Makran Coastal Highway, #Balochistan, #Pakistan Snapchat: TravelPK Insta: DestinationPakistan Credits: Muhammad Khurram dadi, Muhammad Hanif Abbasi, Muzamil Hussain Tori, Aadil Jadoon

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Beautiful Aerial View of D Ground, Faislabad Cr: Hanan #BeautifulPakistan

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 10, 2018 9:48 pm
 


Andrzej Bargiel First Ski Descent from K2

Video of first ever full ski descent from K2 - 8611m located in Karakorum mountains in Pakistan. "I would like to thank all my sponsors and everyone who helped me reach the top of K2."




The First Descent of K2 on Skis with Andrzej Bargiel.





Traveling to PAKISTAN: Everything You Need to Know





European Girl Stressed Out LIVE on Pakistan TV





This Epic Lake in PAKISTAN Will Soon Disappear - Attabad Lake



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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:33 am
 


Why I Love Pakistan / Independence Day 2018




Eva zu Beck in Hunza Valley, Northern Pakistan




When The PAKISTAN Air Force Invites You To A Mountain Marathon





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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:50 am
 


I love sitting on the high walls of Altit for & just staring the the beautiful Karakoram Highway, the old silk route and the gushing Hunza river. What a feeling it is to meditate with the magnitude this place has to offer. . . PC: Adventurism Pk

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Dive, grab the smallest fish, glup it midflight & twist, to get rid of the water in feathers That's the style of this bird & i love it because i get different opportunities to photograph it. River terns from freshwater sources of Punjab in #BeautifulPakistan

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Water coming from Passu Glacier in Gojal Valley, Hunza. The bridge from where this picture is taken is called Glacier Breeze Bridge, the famous apricot cake glacier breeze restaurant in the left.

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Herrligkoffer Base Camp, Nanga Parbat Rupal Face, Astore, Gilgit Baltistan. Credits: Taha Malik Photography

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:58 am
 


Fighter,

This has been an exceptional topic and I personally appreciate everything you've been posting here!

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2018 12:07 pm
 


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Fighter,

This has been an exceptional topic and I personally appreciate everything you've been posting here!

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Thank you so much...Your appreciation means a lot to me :D

Will continue posting as long as I can.

How much year since you last visited Pakistan? Do come to Pakistan, again.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2018 12:10 pm
 


I don't know if I'll ever get to go there again. There's an awful lot of the US & Canada that I haven't seen yet and it looks like my wife and I will focus on these travels at least for the foreseeable future.

And this fact makes me cherish the beautiful sights and people you've posted here all the more.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2018 12:21 pm
 


BartSimpson wrote:
I don't know if I'll ever get to go there again. There's an awful lot of the US & Canada that I haven't seen yet and it looks like my wife and I will focus on these travels at least for the foreseeable future.

And this fact makes me cherish the beautiful sights and people you've posted here all the more.


Got it...Good luck for your future travels :)

I was busy and in too hurry posting pics here for a while that I didn't realize how good they are...Look at the bird's picture above. 3rd one from ascending order..Its looking like as if there is no water around the bird and its wings but stars :)


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