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Pakistan Weather Portal™ (PWP) is the first and only weather blog in Pakistan, It was formed on March 6, 2011 and since then gives update and posts related to weather phenomenon across Pakistan and some major weather events across the world. PWP is the largest private weather source and the second most visited weather website in Pakistan.
What is Pakistan Weather Portal’s aim?
PWP’s aim is to make the Pakistani public fully aware of the effects of Global warming. We all know that Pakistan is trapped in “War against Terrorism” and 99% public believe that Pakistan’s life is at state due to it and many websites, blog and media only highlight or give importance to those events but in reality Pakistan faces more deadly threat from Global warming than from the Taliban or India or America. and stay connected with the world of weather.
The world was created by God in the form of disaster, meaning collision of different gases etc and it will end in the same way that is global warming. We will witness many weather disasters like 2004 tsunami, 2011 tsunami etc before the world will come to end, so you can see that it will not be wars that will end human kind, but natural disaster. We will do are utmost to give the people a reliable and accurate weather forecast so they can be fully aware of the weather ahead of them. So follow Pakistan Weather Portal™ (PWP) and stay connected with the world of weather.
Pakistan Weather Portal™ (PWP) is the only weather blog of Pakistan that is the most highest achievement ever. Besides that, PWP is also mentioned on many famous websites and blogs. Many people have liked PWP on Facebook and twitter. Following are some of the notable achievement of PWP since its creation in 2011;
- Washington Post, one of the most popular newspaper of the world from United States, mentioned PWP’s article on the outbreak of Peacock disease. (check here)
- The Guardian, one of the most popular newspaper of the world from United Kingdom, mentioned PWP’s view on the heatwave of 2013. (check here check here). UK journalist John Vidal mentioned PWP’s view on his blog as well (check here)
- The Nation, a Pakistani newspaper, took some paragraphs from PWP’s article on Karachi’s dust storm. (check here)
- The Global Warming Foundation, an American website that focuses on Global Warming, highlighted PWP’s heat wave article. (Check here)
- Siasat, a forum that discusses the political situation of Pakistan, mentioned PWP’s article on Karachi’s dust storm. (check here).
- Focal Points, a blog run by a foreigner, mentioned Monsoon of Pakistan. (Check here)
- Bharat Rakshak, a forum that discusses the military situation of India, mentioned PWP’s article on Dust storm in Peshawar. (Check here)
- Homeopathy World Community, a group website that looks after the victims of natural disaster, mentioned the Weather patterns in Pakistan by PWP. (Check here)
- Muscat Daily, a famous newspaper in Oman has mentioned PWP many times. (check here)
- Oman now, a news website mentioned PWP in November. (check here)
- Pakistan fisherfolk, a group that looks after the safety and their welfare, followed every update of PWP regarding the expected cyclone. They mentioned us on their Facebook page and Twitter page. (Check here and here)
- Pakistan Red crescent society, PRCS is a humanitarian organization, dedicated to improving lives of vulnerable segments of the society, PRCS has mentioned PWP on their monsoon updates. (check here)
- Humanitarian Response of Pakistan has mentioned PWP in their monsoon updates. (check here)
- Climate Himalaya, a website led by south Asian users highlighted PWP’s Green Revolution in November 2011. (check here)
- Jinn Org, a site about demons and supernatural beings mentioned Seraiki myth – Dust storms are possessed by Demons! in April 2012. (check here)
- World Weather Post, a website that collects the best articles related to weather from all around the world has mentioned PWP many times. PWP’s tropical coverage remained on top for 5 continuous week on that website, beating BBC, CNN, Reuter and Hindustan times. (check here)
- PWP is also mentioned on many international forums and blogs from Manila to New york. PWP’s tropical coverage was translated by many Omanis in Arabic and they followed us hour by hour (check some of these here)
- PWP is also mentioned on many Facebook and twitter pages of different people around the world.
- Strict actions will be taken who plagiarise Pakistan Weather Portal™
- Remember,PWP is a very people’s friendly blog if you only quote the name of Pakistan Weather Portal™ on your blog/website while sharing with some one.
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The person who violates this law, then strict legal action will taken against them.
My real name is Muhammad Babar Hussain, and I have created Pakistan’s only weather blog. In a country of 170 million people, every one makes political blog and gossip blog. But there was no weather or nature related blog in this country so I decided to make one and now Pakistan has its own weather blog. I have made a number of weather-related articles on Wikipedia and on Pakistani Bloggers, which you can find here and here.
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