When “Bicycle Dogs Fail” in Pakistan

Posted on July 28, 2009
28 Comments
Total Views: 81892

Owais Mughal Eons ago I used to have a Sohrab bicycle. After a million revolutions of the wheel and few rotations of earth, it developed a certain mechanical fault. The fault was beyond my capabilities to repair so I took it to our street corner bicycle shop. The owner and chief mechanic of this shop […]

Architecture Pakistan: Bhong Mosque

Posted on July 27, 2009
17 Comments
Total Views: 135463

Owais Mughal Pakistan has numerous mosques which are envy of the world because of their architecture as well as detailed decoration. This is our second post in the series of highlighting such grand mosque architecture in Pakistan. Our first post of this series was about masjid Mahabat Khan in Peshawar. Today’s post is about the […]

ATP Poll: Who Did the Most Good for Pakistan?

Posted on July 26, 2009
82 Comments
Total Views: 81825

Adil Najam Back in August of 2006 one of the first ATP Polls we did was to ask our readers which recent leader they thought did the most good for Pakistan? We had structured the question carefully to focus on the good that these leaders did (all leaders do bad things as well as good, […]

« PREVIOUS PAGENEXT PAGE »