Outrage after ‘blasphemer’ Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders praises PM Imran

There’s a Twitter storm going on right now after Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders tweeted appreciating Prime Minister Imran Khan for arresting Tehreek-e-Labbaik chief Khadim Hussain Rizvi, the man who Winders said “put a fatwa on my head”. Nice @ImranKhanPTI that you arrested the terrorist #KhadimHussainRizvi who put a fatwa on my head. Make sure he will be in jail for the rest of his life!#IAmKhadimRizvi … Continue reading Outrage after ‘blasphemer’ Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders praises PM Imran

Aamir Liaquat uses vulgar meme to mock Zardari, Ayyan Ali

Yes, ladies and gentlemen! This is your very own ‘Islamic scholar’ and his words of wisdom that he expressed on his official Twitter account. The meme shows Ayyan Ali has former president Asif Ali Zardari pinned down in a sexual way on a railway track while a train labelled Imran Khan is about to hit them. His caption to go with this meme roughly translates … Continue reading Aamir Liaquat uses vulgar meme to mock Zardari, Ayyan Ali

US survey rates Pakistani men as world’s 3rd sexiest

As per a survey held by an American travel dating service, Pakistani men are world’s 3rd most sexy men. The Aussie men are second while the Irish are sexiest as per this survey. The survey is taken by over 110,000 Americans and the results are as per the responses submitted. Here’s the full list: Sexiest women in the world are: 10. Lebanese 9. Bulgarian 8. … Continue reading US survey rates Pakistani men as world’s 3rd sexiest

Coca-Cola’s Rani Pulpy transition is Tabdeeli inspired

Who knew folks over at agency re-branding Coca-Cola’s pulpy orange drink were Imran Khan’s Tabdeeli(change) inspired? Even though there’s no mention of Imran Khan but it certainly looks like it since the advertising guys have integrated the hip ‘Tabdeeli Aa Gayi Hai’ tagline. The name Rani Pulpy seems like desi touch in a bid to attract more the massive middle class market. Regardless, if Khan … Continue reading Coca-Cola’s Rani Pulpy transition is Tabdeeli inspired