“Pindi Memoirs by a Sikh son of the Soil (Part 4)”

By Kanwarjit Singh Malik Editor’s Note: Kanwarjit Singh Malik was born in Rawalpindi in 1930. His family moved to India at the time of Partition in 1947. He joined the Indian Air Force and after the retirement, served as a senior captain in Air India and Air Lanka. He is writing a book titled ‘From Khyber to Kanyakumari […]

“Pindi Memoirs by a Sikh Son of the Soil (Part 3)”

By Kanwarjit Singh Malik Editor’s Note: Kanwarjit Singh Malik was born in Rawalpindi in 1930. His family moved to India at the time of Partition in 1947. He joined Flying Club in Jalandhar, later was selected in Indian Air Force. After the retirement he served as senior Captain in Air India and Air Lanka. Continued […]

“Pindi Memoirs by a Sikh Son of the Soil (Part 2)”

By Kanwarjit Singh Malik Editor’s Note: Kanwarjit Singh Malik was born in Rawalpindi in 1930. His family moved to India at the time of Partition in 1947. He joined Flying Club in Jalandhar, later was selected in Indian Air Force. After the retirement he served as senior Captain in Air India and Air Lanka. Continued […]

“Pindi Memoirs by a Sikh Son of the Soil (Part 1)”

By Kanwarjit Singh Malik Editor’s Note: Kanwarjit Singh Malik was born in Rawalpindi in 1930. His family moved to India at the time of Partition in 1947. He joined Flying Club in Jalandhar, later was selected in Indian Air Force. After the retirement he served as senior Captain in Air India and Air Lanka.  I have […]

My First Ride of Double-Decker Bus in Rawalpindi, 1963

By Col (Retd) Tariq Masood, 44 Long Course (USA) Editor’s Note: Col Tariq Masood is from a Punjab Regt. He is also a Homeopathic doctor. He has settled in USA since 2001. It was 1963, when the first Double-Decker Bus of GTS arrived in Rawalpindi. GTS had three stands at that time; one in Saddar, adjacent […]

Nostalgia & Jokes for Immigrants /Expatriate Pakistanis

It’s a nice collection of funny Expatriate Pakistani Jokes. These are fresh jokes about Immigrant & Expatriate Pakistani persons will make your day. Keep visiting this page, more Expatriate Pakistani Jokes will be added shortly. ‘Amreeka Kaisa Lagga?’ Irfan Murtaza Recites a Poem in Dallas (USA) Mushaira in 2010 Why Pakistanis living abroad forget that they are also ‘DESI’?  […]

Old Songs (English)

“Man on the Corner” – Genesis (1982). It is a song by British band Genesis, released on 5 March 1982. The song was written by Phil Collins. The lyrics describe a man who spends his days on a street corner, shouting at passersby.This is song about the homeless epidemic and society’s reluctance to help the homeless […]

Rawalpindi, My Birthplace

By Maj Amjid Kamal Quamber (2nd SSC) Various articles about Pindi written by my friends have also compelled me to write something about the city where I was born. It was a humid day on 30 Aug 1953 when I was born in CMH Rawalpindi. There is only one Labour Room at 1st floor of […]

Precious Memories of Rawalpindi

By Maj Shahid Hameed (2nd SSC) The articles of Rashid Cheema, Akram Malik and Asad Hakeem about life in Pindi in 1950s and 1960s also compel me to pen down my observations about this city. They have covered most of the aspects. I am also touching upon some untold versions. Making no mention of activities […]

Rawalpindi, as I Remember

By Brig Muhammad Akram Malik (2nd SSC) A friend in his article “Nostalgic Memories of Rawalpindi “ wrote in detail about old Pindi. It has prompted me to write something too about this city. My friend got acquainted with Pindi intimately when he arrived at Aviation School in 1975 but I know Pindi a little […]