Posted on June 21, 2006
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Art & Literature, Economy & Development, Photo of the Day
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12 responses to “Pictures of the Day: Flying High”

  1. Hira Qureshi says:

    wow, very nice mashAllah. these designs give a traditional touch…great idea!

  2. Watan Aziz says:

    And, yes, I did note that the Baluchistan plane is smaller and older than all the others. I hope there is no hidden meaning in that!

    Glad you “took notice”. And as for “hidden meaning”, I do not know, but do share your thoughts.

    Which lead me to think, “taking notice”, “strict notice” and plain “notice” are old as Pakistan. “Hidden meaning”, well, same here.

    We need to come up with new words. Just to juice up the gossip and the rumor.

    So here are some suggestions for the “hidden meaning”;

    concealed
    undetectable
    invisible
    unseenable
    clandestine
    undercover
    subterranean
    hugger-mugger
    furtive
    sneak
    surreptitious
    underhand
    covert
    on the quiet

    My favorite is “on the quiet”. Just sounds so good. AhmmEmmm. Nothing evil or sinister about it. Just pure gossipy. Even a good old rumor “on the quiet” will not sound surreptitious.

    So what do the readers say? Lets have a vote!