Sitara Brooj Akbar, another world record

Sitara brooj Akbar

Sitara brooj Akbar in 2011. Image via blog.britishcouncil.ma

Sitara Brooj Akbar youngest in the world to secure 9 out of 9 bands.
Sitara brooj Akbar had once made her country proud a few years ago. It was 2011 when Sitara a 10 year old girl owned the record of youngest O’Level degree holder in Pakistan as well as in the whole world.
(Read that news here, Sitara, youngest O level in the world. )
Now in 2015 Sitara achieved another distinction. She became the youngest in the world to secure 9 out of 9 Bands in IELTS.

Sitara Barooj Akbar is the young talented girl from Rabwah, a remote city in Punjab Pakistan. In an interview she said that she is inspired of Dr. and she aims to work in the field of research of Chemistry like him and serve Pakistan in the best way for the betterment of the country.

This young girl is the symbol of Education and a motivation for the young girls in Pakistan.
Itspak Media congratulates her on her achievement.


Stories and Glories from Pakistan and Australia

 

Pakistan is often wrongfully portrayed as a Taliban influenced state by some western Media. The motto of this site has always been to show the world the other bright side of Pakistan which is prosperous and full of life.
The recently published book, “Stories and glories from Pakistan and Australia” has also tried the same what the aim of this site is. So here is a brief review of this book.
The book is written by Dr Wasif Haq is more like a personal experience which he had in different phases of life observing Pakistan. The book comprises of 831 pages and 9 chapters and sub-chapters. The author starts revealing the story in a dramatic way of his journey from Pakistan to Australia when he goes there for higher education.
The book is a comprehensive collection of the achievements, glories, events and praiseworthy stories of Pakistan in recent years. The stories which should be praised and highlighted when talking about Pakistan.
In chapter 5 Author answers the questions and misconceptions in the minds of Australians about Pakistan in quite appropriate and polite manner.

These 800+ pages may look quite long to read at first glimpse but the pictures and their description in a fascinating way made it very interesting to read.

The book glorifies many positive achievements in different fields  whether they be related to education, sports, development, social awareness, current affairs, politics, and many other niche of Nation’s progress. The book is written in simple English for anyone with English as second language can read and understand it easily.

About Author
BDS (Bachelors of Dental surgery), PGD (Postgraduate diploma in professional ethics and teaching methodologies)and MSP (Masters of Speech Pathology)

Download the book for Free.
Stories and glories from Pakistan and Australia


One Legged Insha Competed in Ski Championship

Insha Afsar a Pakistani village girl from Muzaffarabad, a one legged girl competed in US Paralympic Alpine National Championships.

Insha Afsar in America. Pic by Dawn news.

Insha Afsar in America. Pic by Dawn news.

Insha had lost her one leg in 2005 Earthquake.

Insha belongs to an under developed village of Pakistan which is a male dominant society. In 2005 Earthquake in Pakistan tens of thousands of people lost their lives as many as one millions were injured. Among them there was a girl Insha who could easily been destroyed Psycolgically and physically after losing one leg. But this enthusiastic girl never lost hope and reached to such a distinction where world praised her.

Insha competed in US national Ski championship with her one leg bundles of courage.

If such a big tragedy of  witnessing worst natural disaster and the loss of an organ and then the pressure of the society cannot let you down, nothing can be.

Insha Afsar is an inspiration to all the people especially women who want to to something in their lives.


Snow veil mountain of Kashmir

Neelum Valley of Azad Kashmir, Pakistan, Pic by Abdul Latif

Neelum Valley of Azad Kashmir, Pakistan, image by Abdul Latif

With the late onset of rains in Asia this year, snowfall in Northern Areas of Pakistan and Kashmir has also adopted this new trend. Kashmir a south Asian region, is famous for it’s beautiful mountains and lush green peaks and meadows and because of this reason Kashmir is known as “Paradise on Earth” and is one of the best tourist spots in South Asia. The paradise is witnessing the snowfall and the image depicts how paralyzed the life there on high roofs of earth these days. But it also has given the tourists from moderate to hot areas to experience the joy of snow.
Can this be a must visit place in your list?
Thanks to Abdul Latif from Kel, Neelum AJK for the image.


Good time to visit Islamabad

Rose and Jasmine Garden Islamabad

Rose and Jasmine Garden Islamabad

With Spring season to kick off in Islamabad, it is the best time to visit the lush green parks and gardens of Islamabad.
It is neither very cold nor too hot out there with good bright days.
Rose and Jasmine Garden is one of the beautiful places to start with. It is situated near the famous Abpara Bazar which is one of the busiest market of Islamabad. The charm of this park is enjoyed by thousands of local and foreign visitors daily. The vast area of it, beautiful flowers, plants and grass beds, beautiful sittings and natural views make this park a must visit place of Islamabad.
For other beautiful pictures of Islamabad see Spring 2014 Islamabad archives


Spring prolonged this year!

I have collected some pictures of Islamabad Pakistan during this Spring.


Happy 65th Independence Day of Pakistan!

English: Celebration on midnight (Pakistan ind...

English: Celebration on midnight (Pakistan independence) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It is the 65th Independence day celebration of Pakistan. Wishing whole nation the greetings of the day.  Read the rest of this entry »