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A Lie Helped Build An Empire !!!

A Lie Helped Build An Empire !!!

Watch this bizarre story presented by IGN about the success story of the Nintendo gaming system. A person enjoys the handheld gaming device on an airplane ride and later decides to sell the same in his own country. To do this he sends a telegram to Nintendo Japan stating that “We enjoyed your game bla bla bla….” and invites to the company to invest in the country of the sender. As a result, Nintendo launches in the western markets of the world later on becoming a huge success. Watch the video for details and if you like this blog post then give it a thumbs up and comment down your views in the comments box below. Subscribe to One Web One Hub to enjoy associated services in Pakistan.

The Scenery Of Pul Sirat : Rohail Voice

The Scenery Of Pul Sirat : Rohail Voice

In this video learn about the scenery of Pul Sirat from the voice of Rohail Khan. Rohail Khan is a voice actor who narrates the stories in his beautiful captivating voice in the national language of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. If you do not know the Urdu language we suggest using a translator as the narrator uses the Urdu language. If you like our blog site then give it a thumbs up and if you did not then comment down your views in the comment box below. Subscribe to our website by clicking here and avail amazing discounts at our associated services like tax filing and WordPress web designing.

Sisters In Arms !! (ISPR Stories)

Sisters In Arms !! (ISPR Stories)

Sisters In Arms !! (ISPR Stories) Watch this story presented to us by ISPR and get amazed at how well our women are doing in the Pakistani Army. Comment on your views in the comment box below about “Sisters In Arms !! (ISPR Stories)”. We strongly encourage the show of bravery by the armed forces of Pakistan. Pakistan Zindabaad!!

We searched over the internet and this what we found about the famed institution on Wikipedia the free encyclopedia:

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) (Urduبین الخدماتی تعلقات عامہ‎), is a military media wing of the Pakistan Armed Forces which broadcasts and coordinates military news and information to the country’s civilian media and the civic society.[1]

The ISPR directorate serves the purpose of aiming to strengthen public relations with the civic society, and civil society through interacting with the media.[1] The directorate also works as the principle voice of the Pakistan’s military, with its director-general serving as the official spokesperson of the armed forces.[1] In addition, the ISPR provides funds, productions, and assists with the military-produced public relations media– both military dramas and the war films.[2]

Overview:

The Directorate of the Inter–Services Public Relations (ISPR) was established in 1949 with army colonel Shahbaz Khan becoming its first director-general.[1] The ISPR operates as a unified public relations system for the Pakistan’s military, which combined armyair forcenavy, and marines.[1] The ISPR manage the public relations requirement of the armed forces, and is staff with the combined personnel of the military along with civilian officers.[1] It functions at the Joint Staff Headquarters (JS HQ) and plays an important role for gathering a national support for the armed forces at the public level.[1] The ISPR also strengthened support for the military‘s assigned contingency operations while undermining the will of the adversary.[1]

In views of US army colonel John Adache, the ISPR interfaces between the armed forcescivil media, and the civic society.[1] Furthermore, the ISPR also formulates the media policy of the unified armed forces, safeguards the military interests of the armed forces from negative influence, and monitors international and domestic media reporting regarding its military issues.[1]

On regular basis, the ISPR broadcasts the televised news regarding the strategic arsenals testings, contingency operations and military exercises— both at foreign and domestic areas. In Pakistan’s military staff appointments and assignments, the ISPR is one of the most prestigious directorate of Pakistan Armed Forces.[1]

Its executive authority, a director-general, is a chief military spokesperson of the Pakistan Armed Forces who reports to Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff SecretariatChief of Army Staff as well the head also directly report to Chief of Air StaffCommandant of Marines, and the Chief of Naval Staff.[1]

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Story of Rashid Minhas Shaheed (Nishan-e-Haider)

Story of Rashid Minhas Shaheed (Nishan-e-Haider)

Story of Rashid Minhas Shaheed (Nishan-e-Haider). Story of Pakistani patriot pilot Rashid Minhas holder of the highest military award in Pakistan the “Nishan-e-Haider”. Watch the video and learn his story. Remember the great pilot in your prayers. Martyers never die they are alive forever. Following information has been related from the Wikipedia the free encyclopedia:

[Pilot Officer Rashid Minhas(Urduراشد منہاس‎b. 17 February 1951 – 20 August 1971) NH, was a military officer in the Pakistan Air Force (PAF). Minhas was the only PAF officer to receive the highest valour award, the Nishan-e-Haider. He was also the youngest person and the shortest-serving officer to have received this award. During the routine training mission in August 1971, P/Off. Minhas attempted to gain control of his jet trainer when his commanding officer Flight Lieutenant Matiur Rahman was trying to defect to India, and deliberately commandeer his plane that crashed near the Thatta DistrictSindh in Pakistan.]

Biography:

Rashid Minhas was born on 17 February 1951, at Karachi to a Muslim Rajput family[2][3][4] of the Minhas clan. Rashid Minhas spent his early childhood in Karachi. Later, the family shifted to Rawalpindi. Minhas had his early education from St Mary’s Cambridge School Rawalpindi. Later his family shifted back to Karachi. Minhas was fascinated with aviation history and technology. He used to collect different models of aircraft and jets. He also attended St Patrick’s High School, Karachi.[5]

His father, Majeed Minhas, a civil engineer and an alumnus of the NED University in Karachi, was in a construction management business who later moved to LahorePunjab, for the construction project.[6] He was educated in Lahore and taking admission in British-managed St. Mary’s School in Rawalpindi when his father found an employment opportunity but later permanently settled in Karachi.[6]

He passed and qualified for his Senior Cambridge examination and performed well while finishing the O-level and A-level qualifications from the St. Patrick’s High School in Karachi.[5]:181[7] His father, Majeed Minhas, wanted his son, Rashid, to follow his step by attending the engineering university and strongly desired for his son to gain a degree in engineering after finishing his high schooling in Karachi.:182[7] Against the wishes of his father, Rashid entered in the PAF School in Lower Topa in 1968, the Air Force’s officer candidate school, and forwarded towards completing his military training at the Pakistan Air Force Academy in 1969.:182[7]

Death:

Having joined the air force, Minhas was commissioned on 13 March 1971, in the 51st GD(P) Course.[8] He began training to become a pilot. On 20 August of that year, in the hour before noon, he was getting ready to take off in a T-33 jet trainer in Karachi, Pakistan. His second solo flight in that type of aircraft. Minhas was taxiing toward the runway when a Bengali instructor pilot, Flight Lieutenant Matiur Rahman, signalled him to stop and then climbed into the instructor’s seat. The jet took off and turned toward India.

Minhas radioed PAF Base Masroor with the message that he was being hijacked. The air controller requested that he resend his message, and he confirmed the hijacking. Later investigation showed that Rahman intended to defect to India to join his compatriots in the Bangladesh Liberation War, along with the jet trainer. In the air, Minhas struggled physically to wrest control from Rahman; each man tried to overpower the other through the mechanically linked flight controls. Some 32 miles (51 km) from the Indian border, the jet crashed near Thatta. Both men were killed.[9]

Minhas was posthumously awarded Pakistan’s top military honour, the Nishan-E-Haider, and became the youngest man and the only member of the Pakistan Air Force to win the award. Similarly, Rahman was honoured by Bangladesh with their highest military award, the Bir Sreshtho.[10]

Minhas’s Pakistan military citation for the Nishan-E-Haider states that he “forced the aircraft to crash” in order to prevent Rahman from taking the jet to India.[9] This is the official, popular and widely known version of how Minhas died. Yawar A. Mazhar, a writer for Pakistan Military Consortium, relayed in 2004 that he spoke to retired PAF Group Captain Cecil Chaudhry about Minhas, and that he learned more details not generally known to the public. According to Mazhar, Chaudhry led the immediate task of investigating the wreckage and writing the accident report. Chaudhry told Mazhar that he found the jet had hit the ground nose first, instantly killing Minhas in the front seat. Rahman’s body, however, was not in the jet and the canopy was missing. Chaudhry searched the area and saw Rahman’s body some distance behind the jet, the body found with severe abrasions from hitting the sand at a low angle and a high speed. Chaudhry thought that Minhas probably jettisoned the canopy at low altitude causing Rahman to be thrown from the cockpit because he was not strapped in. Chaudhry felt that the jet was too close to the ground at that time, too far out of control for Minhas to be able to prevent the crash.[11]

Legacy:

After his death, Minhas was honoured as a national hero. In his memory the Pakistan Air Force base at Kamra was renamed PAF Base Minhas, often called Minhas-Kamra. In Karachi he was honoured by the naming of a main road, ‘Rashid Minhas Road’[12][13] (Urduشاہراہ راشد منہاس‎). A two-rupee postage stamp bearing his image was issued by Pakistan Post in December 2003; 500,000 were printed.[14]

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STORY OF MEETING BETWEEN HAZRAT MUSA (AS) AND HAZRAT KHYZER (AS) : ROHAIL VOICE

STORY OF MEETING BETWEEN HAZRAT MUSA (AS) AND HAZRAT KHYZER (AS) : ROHAIL VOICE

In this video listen to the story of a meeting between Holy Prophet Moses (PBUH) and Hazrat Khyzer (PBUH).  Rohail Khan is a voice actor who narrates the stories in his beautiful captivating voice in the national language of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. If you do not know the Urdu language we suggest using a translator as the narrator uses the Urdu language. If you like our blog site then give it a thumbs up and if you did not then comment down your views in the comment box below. Subscribe to our website by clicking here and avail amazing discounts at our associated services like tax filing and WordPress web designing.

STORY OF IMAM SHAFI (RA) AND AHMED BIN HAMBAL (RA) : ROHAIL VOICE

STORY OF IMAM SHAFI (RA) AND AHMED BIN HAMBAL (RA) : ROHAIL VOICE

Watch this video and learn about the story of Imam Shafi (RA) and Imam Ahmed Bin Hambal (RA) through Rohail Voice. Listen to the story and be thoughtful. Rohail Khan is a voice actor who narrates the stories in his beautiful captivating voice in the national language of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. If you do not know the Urdu language we suggest using a translator as the narrator uses the Urdu language. If you like our blog site then give it a thumbs up and if you did not then comment down your views in the comment box below. Subscribe to our website by clicking here and avail amazing discounts at our associated services like tax filing and WordPress web designing.

 

A STORY OF TWO BROTHERS : ROHAIL VOICE

A STORY OF TWO BROTHERS : ROHAIL VOICE

This video tells us a story of two brothers who belonged to bani Israel. We suggest using a translator if you do not know the Urdu Language. We hope you will enjoy the story. If you like our blog give it a thumbs up and if you did not then comment down your opinion in the comments section below. Rohail’s voice is a channel that provides you captivating stories containing good morals for your kids and yourself alike.

COMRADES BY ISPR

COMRADES BY ISPR

COMRADES BY ISPR. This video contains a short film about a true story of Pakistani soldiers at LOC. Their story tells us how they are doing their job under the heat of battle. “Comrades” was the title given to this video inspired by the Russian term for brotherhood. Pakistani soldiers are just like brothers they fight for their Nation and their families as well as for each other. We suggest using a translator if you do not know the Urdu Language as the entire video is in the national language of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. If you liked this blog then give it a thumbs up and if you did not then comment down your views in the comments box below about “COMRADES BY ISPR”.

We searched over the internet and this what we found about the famed institution on Wikipedia the free encyclopedia:

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) (Urduبین الخدماتی تعلقات عامہ‎), is a military media wing of the Pakistan Armed Forces which broadcasts and coordinates military news and information to the country’s civilian media and the civic society.[1]

The ISPR directorate serves the purpose of aiming to strengthen public relations with the civic society, and civil society through interacting with the media.[1] The directorate also works as the principle voice of the Pakistan’s military, with its director-general serving as the official spokesperson of the armed forces.[1] In addition, the ISPR provides funds, productions, and assists with the military-produced public relations media– both military dramas and the war films.[2]

Overview:

The Directorate of the Inter–Services Public Relations (ISPR) was established in 1949 with army colonel Shahbaz Khan becoming its first director-general.[1] The ISPR operates as a unified public relations system for the Pakistan’s military, which combined armyair forcenavy, and marines.[1] The ISPR manage the public relations requirement of the armed forces, and is staff with the combined personnel of the military along with civilian officers.[1] It functions at the Joint Staff Headquarters (JS HQ) and plays an important role for gathering a national support for the armed forces at the public level.[1] The ISPR also strengthened support for the military‘s assigned contingency operations while undermining the will of the adversary.[1]

In views of US army colonel John Adache, the ISPR interfaces between the armed forcescivil media, and the civic society.[1] Furthermore, the ISPR also formulates the media policy of the unified armed forces, safeguards the military interests of the armed forces from negative influence, and monitors international and domestic media reporting regarding its military issues.[1]

On regular basis, the ISPR broadcasts the televised news regarding the strategic arsenals testings, contingency operations and military exercises— both at foreign and domestic areas. In Pakistan’s military staff appointments and assignments, the ISPR is one of the most prestigious directorate of Pakistan Armed Forces.[1]

Its executive authority, a director-general, is a chief military spokesperson of the Pakistan Armed Forces who reports to Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff SecretariatChief of Army Staff as well the head also directly report to Chief of Air StaffCommandant of Marines, and the Chief of Naval Staff.[1]

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GLORIOUS RESOLVE BY ISPR

GLORIOUS RESOLVE BY ISPR

GLORIOUS RESOLVE BY ISPR. This story is about the bravery and spirit of the best army of this world. Only the best will win this war. This short film showcases the daily life routine of Pakistani soldiers and their glorious resolve in fulfillment of their duties. Watch this video and learn how these comrades in arms go together hand in hand against the enemies of their homeland and send those bastards to the freaking hell.

We suggest that you use a translator in case you do not know the Urdu language as the video showcases the Urdu language. If you liked this video then give this blogpost a thumbs up and if you did not then comment down your views in the comments box below. Subscribe to One Web One Hub to avail discounts at our associated services.

We searched over the internet and this what we found about the famed institution on Wikipedia the free encyclopedia:

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) (Urduبین الخدماتی تعلقات عامہ‎), is a military media wing of the Pakistan Armed Forces which broadcasts and coordinates military news and information to the country’s civilian media and the civic society.[1]

The ISPR directorate serves the purpose of aiming to strengthen public relations with the civic society, and civil society through interacting with the media.[1] The directorate also works as the principle voice of the Pakistan’s military, with its director-general serving as the official spokesperson of the armed forces.[1] In addition, the ISPR provides funds, productions, and assists with the military-produced public relations media– both military dramas and the war films.[2]

Overview:

The Directorate of the Inter–Services Public Relations (ISPR) was established in 1949 with army colonel Shahbaz Khan becoming its first director-general.[1] The ISPR operates as a unified public relations system for the Pakistan’s military, which combined armyair forcenavy, and marines.[1] The ISPR manage the public relations requirement of the armed forces, and is staff with the combined personnel of the military along with civilian officers.[1] It functions at the Joint Staff Headquarters (JS HQ) and plays an important role for gathering a national support for the armed forces at the public level.[1] The ISPR also strengthened support for the military‘s assigned contingency operations while undermining the will of the adversary.[1]

In views of US army colonel John Adache, the ISPR interfaces between the armed forcescivil media, and the civic society.[1] Furthermore, the ISPR also formulates the media policy of the unified armed forces, safeguards the military interests of the armed forces from negative influence, and monitors international and domestic media reporting regarding its military issues.[1]

On regular basis, the ISPR broadcasts the televised news regarding the strategic arsenals testings, contingency operations and military exercises— both at foreign and domestic areas. In Pakistan’s military staff appointments and assignments, the ISPR is one of the most prestigious directorate of Pakistan Armed Forces.[1]

Its executive authority, a director-general, is a chief military spokesperson of the Pakistan Armed Forces who reports to Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff SecretariatChief of Army Staff as well the head also directly report to Chief of Air StaffCommandant of Marines, and the Chief of Naval Staff.[1]

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