Sunday 9 September 2018


Chief Petty Officer LAL KHAN SATTI was among the brave 93 men who gave up their lives while defending their country aboard PNS Ghazi. He hailed from Behl Chaka, Lehtrar, Rawalpindi. 

The PNS Ghazi or the “Holy Warrior” could travel up to 20 knots per hour, It had 12 sea mines stored and could store up to 14 torpedoes. Ghazi was the first submarine to be operated by a Navy in the South Asia becoming a serious threat to the Indian Navy.

The mysterious sinking of Ghazi took place on 4-5 December 1971 during its hunt to assault Vikrant and/or during the minelaying mission on the Visakhapatnam Port, Bay of Bengal. The true cause of the sinking is still unknown.

In 1972, Ghazi and her serving officers as well as crew members were honored with gallantry awards by the Government of Pakistan. At the Naval Dockyard in Karachi, a 'Ghazi Monument' was built to perpetuate the memory of the submarine and its 93 men.

In 1998, the Inter-Services Public Relations produced and released the telefilm, “Ghazi Shaheed”. Another movie, Untold Stories: Ghazi and Hangor were sponsored and released by the ISPR to commemorate Ghazi and her crew during their missions in 1971. In 2017, an Indian film was based on this submarine attack named “The Ghazi Attack”.

Saturday 8 September 2018


Lt Commander (R) Muhammad Sarwar Khan Satti, veteran of two wars (1965 & 1971), a hero of Operation Dwarka (PNS Badr). On the night of 7 September, the Pakistan Navy launched its assault on Western Indian shores. Dwarka was chosen for its proximity 200 km (120 mi) from Karachi Port), its lower defences and historical relevance. 

The plan called for a fleet of 7 naval vessels of Pakistan to bomb the town of Dwarka. It was aimed at luring the heavy ships anchored in Bombay into attacking the Pakistani ships to enable the submarine PNS Ghazi lurking in the Arabian Sea to engage and sink the Indian ships. Accordingly, a fleet of seven ships comprising PNS Babur, PNS Khaibar, PNS Badr, PNS Jahangir, PNS Alamgir, PNS Shah Jahan and PNS Tippu Sultan set sail for Dwarka and bombarded the town.

He hailed from Thoon, Kotli Sattian in Rawalpindi, and passed away in 2003. May Allah bless his soul. Ameen.

Thursday 6 September 2018


The blood of hundreds of young men should become a guiding light for us Pakistanis to navigate through dark times of anguish. If these young men could offer their very best and even dear lives to serve Pakistan in time of need, so could each one of us in every walk of life.

The service and sacrifice of our soldiers are selfless; they never get to wear their decorations on their uniform. We must draw inspiration from their deeds in our daily lives.

These men in uniform were sons, brothers, husbands and fathers but, above all, they were sons of Pakistan and proudly upheld the obligation to Pakistan above and beyond their personal desires, responsibilities and relationships.

Let’s pray that the families and loved ones of these heroes find peace, happiness and prosperity in this world and the Hereafter.

We owe them this much to make sure that Pakistan for which their loved ones shed their blood prospers forever.

May Allah bless Pakistan. Long live Pakistan Army.


Major Abdullah Satti Shaheed of Pakistan army embraced martyrdom on 25th March 2002 at Gultari Sector, Siachen, the highest battlefield of the world. He hailed from Durnoyan, Kotli Sattian, Rawalpindi.

Friday 17 August 2018


Congratulations to Imran on becoming the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan. We pray you may deliver to the best interest of Pakistan and it’s people.

Tuesday 14 August 2018

Let’s make some Independence Day Resolutions

We only enjoy Independence Day as a public holiday and are less interested in thinking about building up the country and doing something which can help the country progress. We, as individuals, never make any commitment with ourselves or spare the time to make an Independence Day resolution.

Time demands every individual to make a resolution not only for their own progress and prosperity but also for the country which gave them name, fame and recognition, and we collectively have to brighten its name across the globe. We feel proud of our ancestors, but isn’t it injustice to our children who in the future will have no heroes to feel proud of or look up to? Think for a while and just do it.

We need to reflect deeply and make some Independence Day resolutions. First and foremost we need to make a resolution to put the country first and work for the common good of all people of all religions and races, especially for the thousands who are caught up in a poverty trap to which they have been pushed by a selfish and wicked society.

Another Independence Day resolution could be a commitmen
t to get involved actively in non-party political issues such as poverty alleviation, the battle against climate change and peaceful resolution of conflicts through dialogue instead of resorting to violence. 

Wednesday 1 August 2018

UMAR SATTI - Emerging Talent

Birth Name     Umer Farooq Satti

Stage Name                    Dj Satti

Umar Satti is young and multi-talented individual as a music composer, Disc Jockey, rapper, photographer and an event manager.

He represented himself as an ambassador of PAKISTAN BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION on independence day expedition (13 - 14 August, 2005), and recieved an appreciation shield from President of Pakistan Mr Pervaiz Musharaf.

As a Disc Jockey he has achieved the first ranking in Reverbnation billboard in Pakistan, He held that position from 2011 to 2016. He also won the freestyle rap battle competition held in Tresbon F8 on 16 April 2013. His mixtape brown rang was featured on YouTube in the year of 2012. He was also the part of big concert of Punjabi Rapper BOHEMIA in the history of Pakistan in 2014 .

As a photographer, he owns a brand SM Photography Network which has alliances around the globe. He was the part of well-known theater play such as Siachin by Anwar Maqsood, Bananistan, Huwa Kuch Youn, Mujay Kyun Nikala by Anwar Maqsood.

Mixtape Brown Rang by Dj Satti

Friday 20 July 2018


Pakistan's People Led Disaster Management Movement, (PPLDM) is based on the belief that disaster management should be in the hands of the people, not just the state.Those most vulnerable to natural disasters are most motivated to undertake risk reduction measures and imagine innovative ways of surviving natural disasters.

Climate change dictates that we reinvent societal existence through collective endeavor. PPLDM will grow from strength to strength because our chief resource is "knowledge based endeavor."​Our mission statement is "Knowledge and endeavor are endless resources." Our job is to ring the alarm whenever we see a potential disaster in the making by attempting to motivate both government and the people to take positive steps to reduce the risk. We are in the process of revolutionizing disaster management in Pakistan.


PPLDM’s first activity related to promoting public education on disasters in Pakistan is the upcoming publication, “PAKISTAN’S DISASTER RISK ANALYSIS.” To be published in both Urdu and English, the book is a comprehensive account of all the major disasters Pakistanis stand the risk of facing.

PPLDM’s founder Zeenia Sadiq Satti started advocating for earthquake risk reduction of Rawalpindi city in 2014, even before PPLDM formally existed as an NGO. A walk down the city and observation of its structures led her to conclude there was dire need for earthquake risk reduction at three levels:

  • Hazard mapping of Rawalpindi city to ascertain the level and scale of risk
  • Teaching of CBERM (Community Based Earthquake Risk Management) skills
  • Retrofitting of critical life-saving structures such as hospitals and building that serve as transitional shelters.

  • Contact

    Field Address : Parhinna Gallery, Kamra, Kotli Sattian, District Rawalpindi 

    Email :



Events of July 13, 2018 (Mastung Attack and arrival of Sharifs at Lahore) exhibit intelligent design against Pakistan. Sharifs were either complicit or were played like fools by enemy intelligence in this matter. PEMRA head must resign and proper inquiry must ensue. Please watch the video analysis by Zeenia Satti

Sunday 1 July 2018


Dr Tallat Shafaat Satti is a senior Software Engineer at Google, California. He holds a PhD in Distributed Systems (IT) from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.  He attended KTH Royal Institute of Technology for MS in Distributed Systems (IT), and Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering, Sciences and technology for BS in Computer Systems Engineering.

Prior to join Google, he worked for Microsoft and VMware. His areas of interest are distributed systems, Cloud computing, peer-to-peer systems and distributed algorithms.  


Pakistan's People Led Disaster Management Movement , (PPLDM) is based on the belief that disaster management should be in the hands of...