Thursday, February 21, 2019

Necromancy Knows No Bounds in Pakistan

Pak Chronicle Report Committing of sorcery or witchcraft is common practice in Pakistan and reportedly it has far more serious implications and consequences on the...

Splitting Lanes of Usmanpura

By Chronicler Rawalpindi Pakistan's capital city Islamabad and garrison city Rawalpindi are fondly called the twin cities but when it comes to comparison both demonstrate hairsplitting...

Surviving on Roasted Corns for Quarter a Century

Pak Chronicle Report Rawalpindi Islam Khan has been roasting fresh corns in salt and selling it after sieving at his pushcart for 25 years in Rawalpindi...

Fare Meters: A Thing of the Past

Pak Chronicle Report Karachi Despite clear provisions of Motor Vehicle Ordinance regarding installation of fare meters in motor rickshaws the fare meters have ceased to exist...

Charity Begins at Hotel

Residents of Arya Mohallah, Rawalpindi are lucky enough that they are being provided filtered water free of cost, 24 hours of day and seven...

Necromancy Knows No Bounds in Pakistan

Pak Chronicle Report Committing of sorcery or witchcraft is common practice in Pakistan and reportedly it has far more serious implications and consequences on the...

Splitting Lanes of Usmanpura

By Chronicler Rawalpindi Pakistan's capital city Islamabad and garrison city Rawalpindi are fondly called the twin cities but when it comes to comparison both demonstrate hairsplitting...

Charity Begins at Hotel

Peeing in the Wind

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