With the re-opening of tourism in Pakistan, we understand and further emphasize the importance of not just being aware of SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) but also abiding by them responsibly.
By Fatima Shaheen Niazi Every year, there is a military parade on the 23rd of March. Preparations for the celebration is made days in advance and people from all walks of life step out of their houses to witness jets being flown in the air. Many individuals also welcome the day by lighting up fireworks … Continue reading Why going out to celebrate Pakistan Day is bad
Though a cure for the coronavirus has not been developed as yet, there are several ways to make sure you don’t catch the virus. This includes washing your hands often, wearing a mask, and social distancing. However, apart from these measures, one also needs to focus on enhancing the immune system. This means you have … Continue reading How to boost the immune system to fight off the corona virus
In the last few months, the entire world saw the coronavirus (COVID-19) slowly spread across the globe. While Pakistani’s had nothing to fear previously, the entire scenario changed when the first case of coronavirus was discovered in the country last month. Today, the tally of those infected has reached to 193. With other countries serving … Continue reading Why self-isolation is important during the coronavirus threat
On February 26th, two cases of Coronavirus were confirmed in Pakistan. As soon as the news hit social media, people from all walks of life began to panic. Within 24 hours, the N 95 masks sold out in Karachi at a much higher price then they originally were. People purchasing masks and hand sanitisers in … Continue reading Why the Coronavirus reaching Pakistan should not cause panic
Pakistan is not only a land flooded with culture, delicious food, and great landscapes – it is also the most affordable country to live in! Well, we aren’t making this up, it’s a fact stated by the CEOWORLD magazine. As stated in the article issued in the world’s leading business publication, Pakistan is the cheapest … Continue reading Pakistan: The most affordable country to live in 2020
The first Sibi Mela was held in January 1885, before the Partition of India and Pakistan. Initially, the festival was more of a horse show attended by all the big shots of the British Raj. However, after the Partition, the tradition of the festival evolved into a cultural festival where the heritage of Balochistan was … Continue reading Celebrations at the Sibi Mela
Hunza in Gilgit-Baltistan has taken an initiative that is inspirational for all Pakistanis – the city decided to go plastic free in January 2020! According to a notice issued by Hunza’s district administration, the Gilgit-Baltistan Environmental Protection Agency (GBEPA) and Hunza district administration decided to enact a ban on the use of plastic bags in … Continue reading Why Hunza going plastic free is impressive