PAKISTAN MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACE Chīchāwatni
PAKISTAN MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACE
It was quiet expressive trip to me . I wonder or imagine these beautiful places in my dream when I Saw this heaven's on earth mashallh looking gorgious. That was exactly what I want to visit.
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Pakistan is a country that was created to give peace to its natives which it really given but the question ❓ is .....
What natives are giving to their country......???
Yes ,being Pakistani what we people are contributing for our homeland ...
More or less we all gossip about the corruption and issues raised in our country but do we really try to introspect our ownseleves....?????
Do we really discuss the corruption that we do at our own levels....??
No we don't, we really don't.We all keep our eyes closed for our own lackings and guilts ....being a Pakistani we have some responsibilities too but what we people do...we just focus on the rights keeping behind all the responsibilities....
We should focus on the duties to avail allowances ,is it so.....???
This is the question ❓ of the day ....looking for the responses from all the patriotics reading over
there......thrte.eeven try to
Meet The 22-Year-Old Muhammad Sohaib From Mansehra Who’s Transforming People With His Fitness Trainings
The craze for fitness in Pakistan is on a roll and it’s amazing to see how more and more people are eagerly flocking towards a better lifestyle; prioritizing their health. A healthy culture is now taking shape and it is easily a sign of a progressive society. But things are changing and so is everyone’s mindsets said by Muhammad Sohaib.
We know that life is all about finding the right motivation to do something. For those who know what struggle is, they know what it takes to build yourself from scratch into something that can give motivation to others. Majority of the times, these are the same people who take the wheel of life in their own hands and write their own stories. And just like this, we came across Sohaib !
Meet the 22-year-old fitness trainer, Muhammad Sohaib , who’s based in Mansehra the first Pakistani young fitness trainer who transformed many people by giving them fitness training and diet
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Locals shocked after whales wash up on 'Lonely Planet' beach - BreakingNews.ie
Three whales have washed up on one of the country’s most scenic beaches in Co Donegal
Locals in Co Donegal have been left shocked after three whales washed up on one of the country’s most scenic beaches. Tra Mór in Dunfanaghy was named in the top ten Irish beaches by the Lonely Planet guide this week. However, walkers were left stunned at the weekend when they came across the whales washed up on the beach. The three large carcasses are believed to be that of two adult and one juvenile Cuvier's beaked whales. It’s a beautiful, peaceful beach and you just don’t expect to see such a horrible scene on it One of the whales measures around six feet, while the others both measure around 10 feet. Two of them have a number of scars around their bodies. Scarring is common on the heads of such species of whales, due to fighting among competing males. It is understood the whales may have been washed up on the beach a number of days ago. One woman walking the beach said: “It was such a sad sight. We’ll probably never know how they died. “It was bad enough to see one but when I came across a second and then a third in just a few hundred yards of eachother I was almost in tears. “It’s a beautiful, peaceful beach and you just don’t expect to see such a horrible scene on it.” Burial The beach is only accessible by foot over sand dunes and stretches for around three kilometres. Lonely Planet lists Ireland's top 10 beaches Swimming along Tra Mor is not recommended because of very dangerous currents and rip tides and it is most enjoyed by walkers looking to get away from busier beaches. Donegal County Council has been alerted to the discovery. However, it is uncertain if the creatures will be allowed to wash out to sea naturally because of the inaccessibility of the beach. Burial of such huge carcasses is no longer allowed.
Emotional Grand National win for JP McManus after family tragedy - Irish Mirror
JP McManus watched Rachael Blackmore partner Minella Times to victory in the Grand National at Aintree
Minella Times and Rachael Blackmore gave owner JP McManus an emotional win in Saturday's Grand National. The Tipperary jockey made history by becoming the first woman to win the world's greatest steeplechase on the Henry de Bromhead-trained eight-year-old. It was a second Grand National win for McManus after Don't Push It's success under AP McCoy in 2010, but it was an emotional one following the death of the businessman's daughter-in-law Emma late last year. The 40-year-old, who was married to JP's son John, died suddenly on December 30 after falling ill in Barbados. Speaking after the race, Blackmore paid tribute to the owner by saying: Its great to win it in these colours. Its always a privilege to ride for JP McManus, and to win it for him is unbelievable. Theyve had a tough year, so hopefully this can make things a little easier." Jockey Racheal Blackmore rides 'Minella Times' (C) (Image: Getty Images) Read More Related Articles Read More Related Articles McCoy was working for ITV at Aintree and got emotional after the race, in which McManus also owned the third placed horse Any Second Now. He said: "For JP and Noreen, this is everything. For Kieran, Sue Ann and for John - I think today he'll be thinking that someone very special is looking down on him." McManus scratched all of his horses from races in Ireland and the UK for a period of time following Emma's death. Emma McManus with her husbanbd John and father-in-law JP (Image: Don MacMonagle) Read More Related Articles Read More Related Articles The mother-of-three's funeral took place in Barbados on January 12. Speaking at her memorial service, her husband John said: No words can describe the pain and sense of loss that I feel since my beautiful Ems passed away. She was the very centre of our family and the person who the kids and I turned to for everything." Bringing the latest sport to you Do you want the latest sports headlines direct to your inbox? We at the Irish Mirror have created a brand-new newsletter to keep you up to speed with what's going on in the world of rugby, football, GAA, horse racing, boxing and more. It couldn't be simpler to sign up - simply enter your email address here and we'll do the rest. You can also enter your email in the box at the top of this article. Changed your mind? There's an 'unsubscribe' button at the bottom of every email we send out. Casting his gaze towards the couples beloved three children, Mr McManus said: Mummy loved you to infinity and beyond. You were the first and last thing she thought about everyday, she was so proud of you all, and loved the hugs and laughters that we regularly shared. Although we cannot see her anymore, she will live on in our hearts. At any time we can look up at the sun, the moon, or the twinkling stars, and know that mummy is there, looking down on us. Lastly, girls, you sometimes tell me, I am the strict one, well, my promise to the three of you today is that, Ill be more like mum from now on."
Mary McAleese says Prince Philip's visit to Ireland was a 'mission to heal history' - TheJournal.ie
McAleese said the Duke of Edinburgh was there to help further peace between the two countries.
FORMER PRESIDENT MARY McAleese has said that Prince Philip travelled to Ireland in 2011 on a mission to heal history. McAleese was president when Philip accompanied Queen Elizabeth on the visit, the first by a British monarch to the country in 100 years. It was seen as a momentous step on the path to reconciliation after the Good Friday Agreement. McAleese said the duke was not just there to support the Queen, but to further the cause of peace between the two islands. She said: You can understand that security was very high, concerns were high. So he was there, as she has described in the past as her rock, but he was also there as a character in his own right. A man who had come on a mission, as she had come, both of them had come on this mission in their own right to try and heal history, to ensure that for the future these two neighbouring islands would be characterised by good neighbourliness. He wasnt just there as her company, if you like, her inevitable company, he was also there making a statement. Plans had been made for a meeting with Martin McGuinness, the former IRA member who became Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland, but this was opposed by Sinn Féin, his party. Although the pair subsequently met the following year, McAleese said Philip would have been happy to do so during the State Visit, despite the murder of his uncle, Lord Mountbatten, by the IRA during the Troubles. She said: He was willing even then to meet people who have been so closely associated with the murder of a man who had meant so much to him, Lord Mountbatten. The royal couple felt a duty to bring about reconciliation between Britain and Ireland, she said. Speaking on The Andrew Marr Show on the BBC, the former Irish president said: I was lucky to have an insight into the desire of both Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Philip for precisely that reconciliation. #Open journalismNo news is bad newsSupport The Journal Your contributions will help us continue to deliver the stories that are important to you Support us now They both gave me to understand that they really wanted to visit Ireland, they wanted it to be part of a process of reconciliation. They saw themselves as people who had a duty to do whatever they could, by way of bringing about that reconciliation between neighbours. And so, when they came in 2011, it was at the end of a long process. We had the Good Friday Agreement and that was a long, long, political journey to get to the point where we could offer that visit to Her Majesty the Queen. And, of course, when they both came they were greeted very warmly. Why? Because people recognised in them, in every gesture and everything they did, in the speech that the Queen gave, they recognised people who werent just there as state visitors but in some ways were on a kind of pilgrimage of reconciliation. Asked about the recent unrest in Northern Ireland, the former president said young people in the region are still being taught to hate. Reflecting on recent violence, she said: Its very familiar territory. Regrettably, it arises because theyre in a vacuum, and there is undoubtedly a vacuum of the leadership. There is bound to be the consequences of Brexit, which, if we go back to Brexit, we realise how little consideration was given in the planning of Brexit and the referendum, of the impact that would have in Northern Ireland. Theres all of that. Youre also dealing with young people, regrettably, who are still being taught to hate and who are bringing that hatred and expressing it out on the streets. They are 13 and 14 years of age. What experience do they have of life? When I think of the Duke of Edinburgh, and how he could see how important it was to galvanise the curiosity and the wonder and the energy of youth, and to give it a focus, as was done for the Duke of Edinburgh Award.