The Yamaha YBR 125 is a new entrant in Pakistani Motorbike market. Its an entry level street bike, reminiscent of the once Kawasaki GTO 125 that reigned supreme in the minds of us Pakistanis, some three decades ago. There used to be once only Honda CG 125 that could be declared as the champion of… Continue reading Yamaha YBR 125 : Short Review
My earliest memory of Burn Hall is of an afternoon somewhere in March of 1981, when the bursar told my mother she could leave as all paper formalities were now complete. That being my day at school I was shown my dorm and my luggage placed in a metal cupboard. It was a new building… Continue reading Memories of Burn Hall Abbottabad
“Yours can go fast, Mine can go anywhere!” Good thinking considering the traffic conditions. I guess he has a point🙂
National Highways and Motorway Police is operating a facility called as the Drivers Licensing Authority, in H-8/2 Islamabad (for issuing licenses to new would be drivers or those like me whose licenses have long expired and they have no option but to get a new one). Its a good facility where the authorities test you… Continue reading On Getting a Driving License from DLA…
Image courtesy of lekkyjustdoit at FreeDigitalPhotos.net We Pakistanis are a strange lot when it comes to marriages. We work all our lives, saving money for a house, and more importantly for our kids marriages. Not that there’s something wrong with this, but comparing ourselves with animals and birds we’re kind of complicated being the better… Continue reading The Simplest Marriage Ceremony
Life, is full of surprises. There hasn’t been a day that I haven’t learned something new about life. Life, is amazing, its depressing at times, its good news and bad news at other times, its tough and easy, its uphill and downhill, its dark and bright, its mysterious yet so obvious, sometimes cheating, dishonest, adulterous,… Continue reading The man who refuses to give up: Muhammad Suleman
Image source: http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/ They agree to disagree on any/every issue, and yet disagree to agree on all issues, between disagreements and agreements new issues arise, responsibilities are rarely accepted and then disagreements give birth to more disagreements. More agreements are floated which ultimately are disagreed to and then they tend to agree on… Continue reading On (not) working in a public office….