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Pollution causes 4,400 deaths a year in Pakistan

According to Yale Environmental Performance Index 2016, Pakistan ranks 148 out of 178. Whereas, last year’s World Health Organisations listed Karachi (5) Peshawar (6) and Rawalpindi (7) in the top 20 most polluted cities. Read More: http://goo.gl/pF0LZK

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Murree Pakistan
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Beauty of clouds in Murree Pakistan

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TOP 25 PLACES TO VISIT IN PAKISTAN



Switch off the television! Get distracted from the news channels. Forget about what Geo news tell you. See the real Pakistan!
Pakistan is not only about politicians fighting, people protesting for the ever increasing inflation, shortage of resources, electricity short fall… Pakistan is about beauty, aesthetics and an unlimited number of beautiful places. From hottest deserts to the coolest mountain peaks, greenest jungles to rocky roads, this country has it all…
The motive to introduce these places through Listedium is to change the perspective of the people who think Pakistan is a dangerous place to live in. When I was coming back to Pakistan from Spain, I invited my professor to visit Pakistan someday. And what he replied was that he’s scared to come to Pakistan. Although, I tried my best to entice him by telling the Euro to Pakistani Rupee conversion rate and the fact that he’ll find things much cheaper here. But even then, he was scared and too reluctant to visit. So may be, this is also one such attempt to show people what Pakistan is all about. =)

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The tomb of Shair e Mashriq and the National Poet Allama Muhammad Iqbal its simple but impressiv structure located in Lahore,Pakistan in the Hazuri Bagh lawn between the Badshahi Mosque and the Lahore Fort Iqbal died on April, 21,1938 in Lahore at the age of 60 years ....!
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Sajikot Waterfall,
Sajikot village is located at a distance of around 24km right from Havailian in the Hazara region of provice KPK in Pakistan. Sajikot is one of the most beautiful but rarely visited water falls in the region. A thin but newly constructed road from Havailain to Sajikot allows visitors to take their cars right at the top of the water fall. The bluish green chilled water is a treat in hot summers. They are extending the road to connect to Margalla hills in future.

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