Google’s Pakistan Independence Day 2020 Doodle with Details

Like every year this time round as well google was not late in releasing its doodle for Pakistan Independence Day. By now everyone knows that Google adopts its logo in the theme of different events, historical happenings or people to celebrate the event with people of that part of world or to remember certain people who contributed to society some way or historical happenings. These adopted logos are called google doodles. Following Doodle image was released by Google in 2020 which is showing on the Google’s Home Page for Pakistan. The Pakistan Independence Day 2020 Google Doodle features the eastern entrance of Pakistan’s Khojak Tunnel and here is what Google Inc have to say about their Pakistan Independence day 2020 […]

Google Goes Green with its Waving Pakistani Flag Doodle on Pakistan Independence Day 2018

As, always what Google does is, it cares for its audience from different countries and localities. So Google changes its logo in accordance with special occasions of certain locality. So they always call those modified logos depicting those special occasions ‘Doodle’. Enough of the background on Google doodles, Google have recently launched one such doodle to be part of Pakistan’s Independence Day celebrations in 2018. They did this many times on our Independence days, other occasions and their logo changed many times to remember people who had contributed to Pakistani society or the ones who have had a great following in Pakistanis, for whatever but good reason. 2018’s Pakistan Independence Day Google Doodle shows a Pakistani flag flying high under […]

Google releases its Pakistan Independence Day 2014 Doodle featuring Pakistan Monument

Every year on 14th of August proud Pakistani Nation celebrates its independence day in memory of a day passed 66 years ago when we got Independence from British, who were occupying Indian subcontinent and more importantly an Independent separate state for Muslims of Indian subcontinent called Pakistan. This year, like past couple of years, the would search giant Google have showed their care towards People of Pakistan through their brand new Pakistan Independence Day Doodle (A customized logo with certain theme) featuring Pakistan Monument. Pakistan monument was built by former president of Pakistan General Pervez Musharraf. The Monument structure shown in doodle above is situated in Capital city of Pakistan called Islamabad. Monument through its unique structure shows all four […]

Ramadan moon not sighted in Pakistan, across the country Ramadan starts on same day

According to the central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee headed by Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman the moon was not sighted across the country and first Ramadan will be on Thursday. Even Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) will also observe Ramadan with rest of country. KPK normally do start fasting with Saudi-arabia one day before the rest of country. But this time Imran Khan, the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), the ruling party in KPK have made special effort to convince the religious leaders of KPK to observe the Ramadan along with rest of country. He also had contacted the Khateeb (leader) of Mosque Qasim which used to announced the moon sighting on unconfirmed reports. This time things went other way for good and whole country will Observe 1st […]

Call for action in the memory of Pakistan Resolution – Pakistan Day, 23 March, 2012

On 23 March, 1940 the Muslim minority of Indo-Pak  passed a resolution. The Muslims of subcontinent were having the hard time in getting the respect and rights they deserved from the ruling British and the Hindus of subcontinent who were in majority. Hindus and Muslims had so much social,cultural and religious differences, plus based on previous experiences, the Muslims of subcontinent region thought that after India will be free from the British rule, Muslim minority will be deprived from their rights and freedom, so they need to have a separate country in the areas where Muslims are in total majority.  After all how could Muslims who eat the Cow’s flesh and Hindus who worship the Cow could have co-existed. The […]