Pakistan West-Pakistan (now Pakistan) and Manchester, United Kingdom. A controversial figure, Bashiruddin Mahmood is widely popular in Pakistan's scientific and religious circles for his scientific interpretation and its relation to Quran. Mahmood, as an engineer, is an experienced atomic scientist (nuclear scientist) and engineer (nuclear engineering) who is known to largely contributed in the formative years of Nuclear power
secure India's first series victory over Pakistan in two decades. In the first innings, he bowled 28 overs and took 4 100 to help India restrict their arch-rivals to 407 and take a 268-run lead. After stand-in captain Rahul Dravid enforced the follow on, Pathan tied the Pakistanis down, bowling 12 maidens in his 21 overs to end with 2 26 as India secured an innings win. Pathan then scored 49 in the Second Test in Lahore after a batting collapse
ballast along One travel experience, undertaken by hundreds of thousands of hippies between 1969 and 1971, was the Hippie trail overland route to India. Carrying little or no luggage, and with small amounts of cash
was mostly based on the poetry of Bulleh Shah and singles from the album such as "Bulleya", "Sajna", "Ghoom" and "Mitti" were a success and did well at the music charts. The album was produced by John Alec who came from New York to work on the band's fifth studio album. Also in 1999, UNESCO invited Junoon to perform at their Millennium Peace concert held in Paris, France. Junoon were presented with an award "Outstanding Achievements
; finally becoming a poet of excellence. His autobiography, Jahan-i-Danish, is a classic and motivated many. Ehsan Danish has written more than 80 books and hundreds of articles about and including poetry, prose, linguistics, philology, autobiographies and the famous interpretation of "Diwan-e-Ghalib". Much of his literary work is still unpublished. ref name "samaa.tv" >
sector. Textiles, cement, steel, heavy machinery, chemicals, food, banking and insurance are the major segments contributing to Karachi's GDP. In February 2007, the World Bank identified Karachi as the most business-friendly city in Pakistan. WikiPedia:Lahore
and Meaning of Equality''. In 2010 Sheikh was working in a multi-cultural British film, ''Honour Killings'' which is based on the burning problem in United Kingdom i.e. killing in the name of honour. The film is directed by Avtar Bhogal, produced by Harijinder Singh and stars a mix of Pakistani, Indian and British actors including famous Pakistani model and actress, Zara Sheikh, Prem Chopra, Gulshan Grover, Tom Alter and newcomer Sandeep Singh. The film's
and Anarkali districts. Buy *'''Ferozsons book shop''' is the oldest book shop in Lahore. *'''Readings bookshop''' in main boulevard Gulberg and '''variety books''' in liberty market are a must see.'''Last word''' in Gilbert at 32-A, Mian Mehmood Ali Kasoori Road. *The traditional bazaars of the inner city are roughly divided according to what is produced and or sold there. Bargaining is de rigueur. *'''The Anarkali bazaar''', named after a courtesan who was buried alive
Amrita+Pritam&sig ACfU3U1QKgR3CqBR6Vw_eBNoNj5e38LdYw#PPA254,M1 New Panjabi Poetry ( 1935-47) ''Handbook of Twentieth-century Literatures of India'', by Nalini Natarajan, Emmanuel Sampath Nelson, Greenwood Publishing Group, 1996. ISBN 0313287783.''Page 253-254''. Besides this, he was a ''pracharak'' – a preacher of the Sikh faith. Kushwant Singh, "Amrita Pritam: Queen of Punjabi Literature", ''The Sikh Times
, music, film-making, gardening and intelligentsia of the country. Lahore has always been a centre for publications, where 80 percent of Pakistan's books are published and remains the foremost centre of literary, educational and cultural activity in Pakistan.
It is also an important religious centre as it is home to hundreds of temples (List of temples in Lahore), mosques (List of mosques in Lahore), churches and shrines like Data Durbar Complex.
'''Lahore''' ( ) is the capital city of the Pakistani province of Punjab (Punjab, Pakistan) and the second largest (List of most populated metropolitan areas in Pakistan) metropolitan area in the country. It is the largest native Punjabi (Punjabi people)-populated city in the world and an important historical center in South Asia. With a rich history dating back over a millennium, Lahore is a main cultural center of Punjab region and Pakistan. One of the most densely populated cities in the world, Lahore remains an economic, political, transportation, entertainment, and educational hub. It is referred to as the "Mughal City of Gardens (Mughal gardens)" due to the historic presence of gardens in and around the city dating back to the Mughal period.
Lahore successively served as a regional capital of the empires of the Shahi kingdoms in the 11th century, the Ghaznavids in the 12th century, the Ghurid State (Ghurid dynasty) in the 12th and 13th centuries and the Mughal Empire in the 16th century. From 1802 to 1849, Lahore served as the capital city of the Sikh Empire. In the mid-19th and early 20th century, Lahore was the capital of the Punjab region under the British Raj. The traditional capital of Punjab for a millennium, Lahore was the cultural centre of the northern Indian subcontinent which extends from the eastern banks of the Indus River to New Delhi. Lahore Cantonment, globalsecurity.org
Lahore is referred to as the cultural heart of Pakistan as it hosts most of the arts, cuisine, festivals, music, film-making, gardening and intelligentsia of the country. Lahore has always been a centre for publications, where 80 percent of Pakistan's books are published and remains the foremost centre of literary, educational and cultural activity in Pakistan.
According to the 1998 census, Lahore's population was 6,319,000.