Benazir Bhutto at Siachin
A Rare picture of Vital Signs!
1st February 1961: President General Ayub Khan of Pakistan assists Queen Elizabeth II down the steps to the lawn of his Karachi residence, where she was attending a State Banquet in her honour with Prince Philip, as part of their 16 day tour of Pakistan [Photo by Central]
Two Legends - Alamgir and Moin Akhtar
Fanie de Villiers back in 1996 when South Africa were in Pakistan for World Cup'96!
The banners behind show that the picture was taken in Faisalabad.
Rare Picture of Benazir Bhutto's Childhood
A Rare Picture of Pakistan Team Celebrations after winning the 1992 World Cup exactly 2 decades back!
The Assassination of Former Premier of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto still remains a mystery.
Here in this rare picture, she can be seen hiding behind her mother Nusrat Bhutto.
Benazir Bhutto in her teens at her home in Clifton, Karachi.
One the sets of the English Film - Traffik 
Legend Pakistani Drama Actors
[L to R] Jamal Shah, Talat Hussain, Faryal Gohar and Shakeel.
Directed by: Alastair Reid
Faiz Ahmad Faiz [February 13, 1911 – November 20, 1984]
- Pakistani intellectual, poet, and one of the most famous poets of the Urdu language.
In a country where one authoritarian government has made way for another since its independence in 1947, Faiz Ahmed Faiz became a symbol of resistance and dissidence. His poetry, as much as his life, came to represent the longing of the people for the freedom which had come their way so briefly.
To the forces of the left and to those who sought to build a just and exploitation-free society, Faiz became a source of great ideological power. His voice always rang high and clear, and during the grave-like silence of martial law rule, his words remained a beacon of light that could not be extinguished.
This is a 1974 picture of Karachi’s iconic Pearl Continental Hotel [then called the Intercontinental].
Moonwalkers in Karachi, 1973: How many of you know or remember that the entire crew of NASA’s Apollo 17 flight to the moon visited Pakistan?
In July 1973, astronauts of the United State’s last mission to the moon arrived in Karachi. Their visit was widely covered by the press and Pakistan Television [PTV]. The astronauts were also honoured by a ‘welcome motorcade procession’ that travelled from Clifton Road till Tower area.
The photograph shows the motorcade reaching the Saddar area that was decorated with Pakistani, American and PPP flags and colourful banners.
Some of the astronauts travelled in an open truck [see picture]. The truck also carries a banner that reads [in Urdu]: ‘Welcome to the Apollo 17 astronauts.’
Sultan Rahi [Born 1938 - Died 9 January 1996]
Born at Uttar Pradesh, India.
Sultan Muhammad, popularly known as Sultan Rahi, in Saharanpur, was a notable Pakistani film actor who was a super star in Pakistan in Punjabi films during the 1970s and 1980s.
He appeared in more than 700 Punjabi and Urdu-language movies, and is named in the Guinness Book of Records as the most prolific actor.
Some of his major films include Maula Jatt, Sher Khan, Chan Veryam, Kaley Chore, and The Godfather.
Rahi dominated the film industry for decades until his murder on 9 January 1996; he was shot dead on the main highway in Pakistan known as GT Road.
All pictures courtesy of Payaam Trust.