Pakistan only. It is the website which is trying to convey on multiple Topics of Pakistan.

It is a unique country in the world which was created to introduce a unique system of life for the humanity. This system has the solution of problems of human being. We would focus on present problems facing humanities. Find out more...


We will discuss various topics, for example :-

  • Best Business Ideas and Opportunitues.
  • Education And Right way of Education.
  • Society Problems and Their Solutions.

Friday, June 5, 2020

// // Leave a Comment

Train times in Pakistan | Current Train Timing

CURRENT TRAIN TIMING

Train times in Pakistan sometimes change based on a number of issues. And trains may be late. But record the normal time of the trains. We will try to keep abreast of current train times


  S/NO TRAIN NAME  ORIGIN DESTINATION 
DEP. TIME       
 1     ALLAMA IQBAL EXPRESS SIALKOT KARACHI CANTT 08:00
 2 ALLAMA IQBAL EXPRESS    KARACHI CANTT SIALKOT 14:00
 3 AWAM EXPRESSPESHAWAR CANTTKARACHI CANTT 08:30
 4 AWAM EXPRESS KARACHI CANTTPESHAWAR CANTT 10:00
 5BAHAUDDIN ZAKRIA EXPRESS MULTAN CANTT KARACHI CANTT 16:45
 6 BAHAUDDIN ZAKRIA EXPRESS KARACHI CANTT MULTAN CANTT 16:45
 7 GREEN LINE KARACHI CANTT MARGALA 21:00
 8 GREEN LINE MARGALA KARACHI CANTT 15:00
 9 ISLAMABAD EXPRESS MARGALA LAHORE JN 17:15
 10 ISLAMABAD EXPRESS LAHORE JN MARGALA 18:00
 11 JAFFAR EXPRESSPESHAWAR CANTT QUETTA 09:30
 12 JA FFAR EXPRESS QUETTA  ESHAWAR CANTT  09:00 
 13 KARACHI EXPRESS LAHORE JN  KARACHI CANTT  20:00 
 14  KARACHI EXPRESS  KARACHI CANTT LAHORE JN 19:45
 15 KARAKORAM EXPRESS LAHORE JN KARACHI CANTT 15:00
 16 KARAKORAM EXPRESS KARACHI CANTT LAHORE JN 15:00
 17 KHYBER MAILPESHAWAR CANTT KARACHI CANTT 23:00
 18 KHYBER MAIL KARACHI CANTTPESHAWAR  CANT 23:00
 19 MEHR EXPRESS RAWALPINDI MULTAN CANTT 17:00
 20 MEHR EXPRESS MULTAN CANTT RAWALPINDI 17:15
 21 MILLAT EXPRESS LALA MUSA JN KARACHI CANTT 09:15
 22 MILLAT EXPRESS KARACHI CANTT LALA MUSA JN 17:00
 23 SHAH HUSSAIN EXPRESS LAHORE JN KARACHI CANTT 19:00
 24 SHAH HUSSAIN EXPRESS KARACHI CANTT LAHORE JN 19:00
 25 PAKISTAN EXPRESS RAWALPINDI KARACHI CANTT 06:00
 26 PAKISTAN EXPRESS KARACHI CANTT RAWALPINDI 13:00
 27 RAWAL EXPRESS RAWALPINDI KARACHI CANTT 00:30
 28 RAWAL EXPRESS KARACHI CANTT RAWALPINDI 00:30
 29 SHALIMAR EXPRESS LAHORE JN KARACHI CANTT 06:00
 30 SHALIMAR EXPRESS KARACHI CANTT LAHORE JN 06:00
 31 SUBAK KHARAM KARACHI CANTT LAHORE JN 06:00
 32 SUBAK KHARAM LAHORE JN KARACHI CANTT 07:30
 33 SUKKUR EXPRESS JACOBABAD JN KARACHI CITY  06:30
 34 SUKKUR EXPRESS KARACHI CITY JACOBABAD JN 21:40
 35 TEZGAM RAWALPINDI KARACHI CANTT 08:00
 36 TEZGAM KARACHI CANTT RAWALPINDI 06:00
 37 PAK BUSINESS EXPRESS KARACHI CANTT LAHORE JN 04:00
 38 PAK BUSINESS EXPRESS LAHORE JN KARACHI CANTT 06:30
 39 SIR SAYYED EXPRESS KARACHI CANTT RAWALPINDI 20:00
 40 SIR SAYYED EXPRESS RAWALPINDI KARACHI CANTT 10:00

Read More

Saturday, May 30, 2020

// // Leave a Comment

HOW TO GET A TRAIN TICKET| PAKISTAN RAILWAY


how to get a train ticket

HOW TO GET A TRAIN TICKET. AND WHAT ARE THE PROBLEMS OF PAK RAILWAY NOW A DAYS

Traffic in Pakistan has been severely affected by the Corona virus. The situation has not improved yet, but unemployment has taken a turn for the worse. People want to continue their movement without fear of death. That is why the transporters have come down to protest. The Pakistani government has also decided to prioritize the issue. Thousands of people are waiting to see when transport will start and how seats will be booked for the journey. And it is not known which trains are running, the railway authorities have decided to run five more trains from the stopped ones. Seats can also be booked online. Passengers are having difficulty in booking due to limited number of tickets, as there are still problems with the railways. But it is important to keep visiting the website of Pakistan Railways on a daily basis as there is hope of finding a place in the new running trains.

Many people do not know how to book a train ticket. It's easy, you can do it yourself.

First you have to go to the railway website and register your account. You will not be asked for more details than basic information. Then sign in and book your tickets online. See the procedure being given in the pictures.
how to get a train ticket


Sign in after registering an account
how to get a train ticket

Now book a ticket
how to get a train ticket

select the date and search your seats 
how to get a train ticket

No problem if you have to cancel your ticket. You can easily get it done 24 hours in advance and get your money back.

Read More
// // Leave a Comment

Admission schedule of Sargodha University


Sargodha University announces the schedule for online submission of admission forms for MA/MSc (For Regular & Private candidates) Part-1/part-2/composite, 2nd annual examination 2019/1st annual examination 2020  

www.pakistanonly.com

Admission Schedule of Sargodha UniversityUniversity of Sargodha office of the controller of Examinations announced a notice that the schedule for online submission of admission form for MA/MSc (For Regular and Private candidates) Part-I/Part-II /Composite, 2nd Annual Examination 2019/1st Annual Examination 2020 is under:


Admission schedule of Sargodha University


Read More

Saturday, April 25, 2020

// // Leave a Comment

Discover the most dangerous virus | The cause of death of millions of people

A virus that is being spread rather than eradicated.


Discover the most dangerous virus | The cause of death of millions of people

Most dangerous virus
If not thought about, people all over the world could die.

Thousands and even millions of such incidents have been repeated in history in which man has faced great hardships in various forms. Like the great floods that flooded huge populations and drowned millions of people. And their assets will be lost. Similarly, millions of lives have been lost due to earthquakes. Millions of lives have been lost in thousands of incidents ranging from road accidents to plane crashes and boat sinks. Whose responsibility we place on the divine will. Because no human being is guilty of it. And some people seem to be helping people in such situations individually or collectively. Who pay homage to humanity.

In addition to such accidents, diseases have been caused by dangerous viruses in humans at different times. Who swallowed millions of human beings. It also destroyed economic conditions to such an extent that its effects lasted for a long time, for example, if the twentieth century is mentioned.
Plant viruses, Non-human animal viruses, Hepatities viruses, Yellow fever, dengue and other arboviruses, Influenza, Aids, Poliomyelitis, Measles, Smallpox eradication
Etc. are famous. Due to which millions of people died. And day and night, human beings have found a way to prevent these diseases and gradually people will start to recover. Thus many dangerous viruses were born in history. Eventually they were defeated and humanity was saved. People who look for this medicine are still looked upon with respect. Nowadays, a very dangerous virus has spread panic, which is known as the corona virus, and chemists have named it."Covid-19"

Has kept It has engulfed nearly 200,000 people and many more are expected to die, and agencies are working day and night to save them. And it is hoped that one day the chemists will succeed and find a solution. But have you ever seen a virus that is even more dangerous than the corona virus and can end the lives of millions of people in a matter of seconds ?

You are all aware of this dangerous virus, and you know how dangerous it is. But it is human nature not to be afraid unless you see something with your own eyes. We are all in a similar situation. This dangerous virus stays close to us all the time, not knowing when to attack,

And the strangest and most frustrating thing is that these great chemists and scientists are well aware of this dangerous virus. But instead of developing a vaccine for it, the virus is being further developed.

And what is that dangerous virus? Of course, you will also be surprised to hear. But in the details I will prove to you that this is really the most dangerous virus. Which has spread the most destruction in the world and instead of preventing it, it is being made more deadly. This dangerous virus is man himself. Why?

Look at the history, the number of deaths at the hands of human beings is not as high as all other accidents. Study the First and Second World Wars, look at the war situation in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, then Russia and Afghanistan, Palestine, Chechnya, Bosnia and other similar conflicts have killed millions of people. And no one cares to stop this catastrophe and stop this carnage.

  Look at the history, the number of deaths at the hands of human beings is not as high as all other accidents. Study the First and Second World Wars, look at the war situation in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, then Russia and Afghanistan, Palestine, Chechnya, Bosnia and other similar conflicts have killed millions of people. And no one cares to stop this catastrophe and stop this carnage. And save human beings from extinction.

On the contrary, more and more deadly weapons are being developed in the coming days, capable of killing millions of people in minutes. Every powerful country wants to crush the weak. And it wants to take over the whole economy. It wants to close all the doors to its survival. Is it humanity to unite and fight against a small virus on the one hand, and to develop and strengthen a large and dangerous virus on the other? And the weak should be pushed further into poverty, unemployment and helplessness. All this proves that man has become the most dangerous virus, which is working day and night to eradicate humanity.

We need to think individually and collectively about which virus is more dangerous than natural disasters that are destroying humanity. For those who are dying of starvation, what is the best way to get rid of this problem? Similarly, terrorism is a big problem. The great powers are destroying humanity by attacking small and unarmed countries. And no one in the world has the power to ask them. There is no one to ask the powerful what is the fault of the oppressed.

Peacekeepers demand that efforts be made to bring peace to humanity. So that humanity may prosper and savagery may end. And human beings can live in peace.


Read More

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

// // Leave a Comment

Abdul Hameed Biography and more information | Pakistan Only

Abdul Hameed Biography | Pakistan Only

Abdul Hameed Bio

Name:                   Abdul Hameed    

Born:                     1928, Amritsar, British India

Occupation:           Novelist, short story writer,
                               playwright and broadcaster 

Notable Works:    Ambar, Naag & Maria, Tahly                                   Thallay (TV serial), 
                              Ainak Wala Jin (1993) 
                              (A TV serial for children)

Notable awards:  Pride of Performance Award                                 in  1997

Years active:       1955–2011

Died:                   29 April 2011 
                           (Lahore Pakistan)


More Information



Migrated to Lahore after the independence of Pakistan in 1947 and finished some college education in Pakistan as a private candidate and joined Radio Pakistan, Lahore as an assistant script editor. After working at Radio Pakistan for several years, he became a fiction book writer.

A.Hameed's first collection of short stories 'Manzil Manzil' received popular acclaim and he became recognized romantic short story writer.Apart from writing short stories and novels, he wrote columns for national newspapers. He also wrote plays for radio and television.

A.Hameed has written more than 200 novels and 100 books on fiction and children's literature.In his youth, he was influenced by the Progressive Writers' Movement and especially by the writings of Krishan Chander.Urdu She'r Ki Dastan, Urdu Nasr ki Dastan (in which he has given information about the prose literature of many Urdu prose writers from Banda Nawaz Gesu Daraz to the recent prose writers of Deccan and Gujrat), Mirza Ghalib Lahore Mein and Dastango Ashfaq Ahmad are his most famous books.


His drama Ainak Wala Jin was popular with children in the 1990s. Moreover, his fantasy series of 100 novels for children known as the Ambar Naag Maria (series of books) increased his popularity.He was awarded Pride of Performance by the Government of Pakistan.He the author of a Series named Mout Ke Taaqob Mia Pursuing the Death this series have three hundred episodes

Read More

Monday, April 13, 2020

// // 2 comments

Pakistan transportation system | What is the way of travel in Pakistan

Pakistan transportation system | What is the way of travel in Pakistan


Comfortable travel choice|Pakistan transportation system

There is a systematic system of movement in Pakistan. Helps with individual and group travel and commercial equipment.

Pakistan has roadways (buses, trucks, taxis, cars, auto-rickshaws and motorcycles) for motorways, national highways, provincial highways, and small roads. Undoubtedly, in spite of many difficulties and shortcomings, they are innovated according to the needs of the modern. And they are tailored to the needs. There are a large number of bus companies (described in the coming columns) that provide comfortable travel for their passengers. And some lower level buses are run which help people in local areas. Likewise the taxi system is better. For low-income people, rides such as rickshaws and motorcycles are gaining prominence, and the movement of most people in the inner city depends on the motorcycle.

And a variety of trucks are used for the transport of goods. Small and large trucks make it easy to transport goods when needed.

Railway began in the subcontinent in 1861 and continued to develop over time. After the introduction of Pakistan, Pakistan Railway developed according to the regular procedure. Pakistan Railways also undertakes large-scale freight transport in the area of ​​passenger transport. (Stations information and train times will be described in the next columns)

Pakistan International Airlines and Air Blue provide their services for air travel in the country. Which flies to national and international countries.

Read More

Sunday, April 12, 2020

// // Leave a Comment

Importance of Urdu Literature in Pakistan | The names of a few writers


Brief definition of Urdu Literature

The national language of Pakistan is Urdu and Urdu literature is very important here. Literature is the beauty of the region's culture in any language. That keeps it open to the living world. Literature is written in regards to its mood and style. It is neither scientific nor impossible to bind mathematical literature to geographical boundaries. So we hear these words, Pakistani literature, Indian literature, Turkish literature Russian literature etc. It is not interesting to argue that literature can be assigned to a particular geographical region or that literature is beyond these boundaries. Can be done clearly. Literature does not flourish in space but it also has subtle facts. And there are also the effects of culture, civilization and civilization of an area. If we talk about Pakistani Urdu literature, it has to look at Islamic culture as well as regional culture. Comes As if Pakistani literature is a mirror of Islamic and Pakistani culture. In each era, different people have done inspiring work in the field of literature. Including poets and writers. Right now, we list the names of some famous writers and will provide information about them as well.

The names of a few writers

Abdul Hameed                                               Adam Nayyar

Ahfaz ur Rahman                                           Agha Shorish Kashmiri

Ahmad Faraz                                                  Ahmad Nadeem Qasimi

Akhtar Raza Saleemi                                       Alamgir Hashmi

Alauddin Masood                                             Altaf Fatima

Ali Moeen                                                        Altaf Gauhar

Amar Jaleel                                                      Amjad Islam Amjad

Amjad Parvez                                                   Annie Ali Khan

Anwar Maqsood                                               Anwaar Ahmad

Anwer Zahidi                                                     Ashfaq Ahmed

Arshad Sharif                                                     Ata ul Haq Qasmi

Attash Durrani                                                    Ayub Sabir

Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi


Bano Qudsia                                                        Bapsi Sidhwa

Begum Akhtar Riazuddin                                    Bina Shah

Bushra Rahman


Chaudhry Afzal Haq                                           Colonel Muhammad Khan


Daniyal Mueenuddin                                           Daud Kamal


Ehsan Sehgal


Faiz Ahmad Faiz                                                   Farhat Ishtiaq

Farooq Qaiser                                                        Fatima Bhutto

Fatima Surayya Bajia                                             Fatima Bhutto

Fawzia Afzal-Khan                                                 Farman Fatehpuri


Ghulam Muhammad Qasir                                     Ghulam Hassan Lobsang


Hajra Masroor                                                          Hakim Ahmad Shuja

Hakim Said                                                               Hamza Shinwari

Harris Khalique                                                         Haider Qureshi

Hassan Nisar


Ibn-e-Insha                                                               Ibrahim Jalees

Idris Azad                                                                 Iftikhar Arif

Ihsan Danish                                                             Imdad Hussaini

Imtiaz Ali Taj                                                            Intizar Hussain

Ismail Ahmedani

Ibn-e-Safi                                                                 Israr Ahmed


Janbaz Mirza                                                           Jazib Qureshi

Javed Ahmad Ghamidi

Kaleemullah Lashari                                                Khadija Mastoor

Kamila Shamsie                                                       Kishwar Naheed

Khan Roshan khan                                                    Khuda Baksh Sajid


Mahmood Shaam                                                      Masood Ashraf Raja

Mazhar ul Islam                                                         Mirza Adeeb

Mohammad Hanif                                                      Muhammad Asad                                                           
Muhammad Taqi Usmani                                           Muhammad Farooq

Mohsin Bhopali                                                          Mohsin Hamid

Muhammad Asim Butt                                               Muhammad Munawwar Mirza

Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri                                         Muhammad Umar Memon

Mumtaz Mufti                                                             Muneeza Shamsie

Musharraf Ali Farooqi                                                 Mustansar Hussain Tarar

Mushtaq Ahmed Yousfi                                               M. Athar Tahir

Muniba Mazari


Naseem Hijazi                                                              Nasir Kazmi


Osman Khalid Butt


Patras Bokhari                                                               Partawi Shah


Qudrat Ullah Shahab                                                    Qurat-ul-Ain Haider


Raees Warsi                                                                   Rahim Gul

Rasheed Ahmed Siddique


Saadat Hasan Manto                                                      Saeed Ahmad Akhtar

Saeed Rashid                                                                  Sarfraz Manzoor

Shahid Nadeem                                                              Shaikh Ayaz

Shaukat Siddiqui                                                            Shaukat Thanvi

Shafiq-ur-Rehman


Tahir Alauddin                                                                Tahir Naqvi

Tehmina Durrani


Umera Ahmed                                                                Usman Peerzada


Wasif Ali Wasif                                                              Wazir Agha


Zaib-un-nissa Hamidullah                                              Zulfikar Ghose

Zafar Mairaj                                                                    Zia Ur Rehman
Read More

Saturday, April 11, 2020

// // Leave a Comment

Sports in Pakistan


Sports in Pakistan

Sports in Pakistan

All kinds of sports in parts

Sports are a part of Pakistani culture. Many games are played in Pakistan. Hockey is the national sport of Pakistan. But the most played game is cricket. Also         Football,    Field hockey۔      Squash,     Roller skating,    Polo, Athletics,  Australian Rules Football,    Badminton,       Ball hockey,        Ball badminton,          Baseball,    Basketball  ,Billiards and snooker. Bowling،    Sqay، Chess،       Caving،        Cycling،     Cycle polo،         Flying disc (Frisbee) ،Equestrian sports،  Gymnastics        ،        Golf،         Handball،  Ice hockey، Kabaddi ،Motorsport،  Mountaineering،         Rope skipping،    Rugby union،      Shooting،      Skiing       ،Sports climbing، Table tennis       ،Tennis،     Volleyball، Weightlifting               ،Wrestling،         Gulli Danda    Combat sports۔   Water sports،      Canoe Kayak
،Rowing،    Sailing،       Swimming

Read More
// // Leave a Comment

Pakistan's educational system


Pakistan's educational system

Pakistan's educational system

How can we  improve our education 

The supervision of the education system in Pakistan is entrusted to the provincial governments. While curriculum research, development, approval and financial aid are handled by the federal government.

 It is the state's responsibility to provide education to all children aged 5 to 16 years. (Article A-25)

The system of education in Pakistan is divided into six levels.
1. Pre-school: For children 3 to 5 years old
2- Primary: from 1st to 5th
3- Middle: Sixth to 8th grade
4. Chief: Ninth and Tenth Party, (SSC)
5. Intermediate: Eleven and Twelve Parties (HSSC)
6- University Program: Undergraduate and Graduate

 According to the 2018 statistics, the literacy rate in Pakistan is 64%. Which has risen to over 18 in 1951.
Read More