Ever since Bahria Town started its first project in Pakistan, it has revolutionized the standard of living in Pakistan.
Bahria Town does not lack the resources to carry out swift development work. I, myself, have witnessed the developer’s capabilities in Bahria Town Karachi, which I toured last year.
Pakistan has an annual shortage of 250,000 housing units. To fill this demand many private societies sprung up. Bahria Town is the biggest name among them. Over the years, Bahria town has shown that it exceeds the expectations of its customers.
The startup culture is booming in Pakistan and almost every other day we see a new startup popping up. Recently a new daring startup Zest has launched its services in Islamabad to provide door step massage. In Pakistan, it is something very unique however on-demand massage service is very common in western countries. A well-known app called Soothe by Uber is one of the biggest names in on-demand massage.
In the wake of worst energy crisis ever to hit Pakistan people are now opting for alternate energy means such as Solar, Wind and Bio-gas. And though we have been behind our neighbors when it comes to renewable energy means but still steps are being taken to encourage people to go for alternate and green energy.
Ever since the ascent of Khawaja Saad Rafique to the slot of railways minister, Pakistan railways has visibly taken giant leaps to make its way back to its previous place of being the country’s premium transporter.
For the past decade, if there is any production house that has learned how to glue together bits and pieces of their individual properties into a much larger canvas, it’s definitely Marvel.