Results 1 to 6 of 6

Pakistan in Guinness Book of World Records

This is a discussion on Pakistan in Guinness Book of World Records within the Behas-o-Mubahisa forums, part of the General Forum category; Pakistan in Guinness Book of World Records Widest Gauge Railway The widest gauge in standard use is 1.676 m (5 ...

  1. #1
    Golden member Neha's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2008
    Posts
    2,129

    Thumb up Pakistan in Guinness Book of World Records

    Pakistan in Guinness Book of World Records
    Widest Gauge Railway
    The widest gauge in standard use is 1.676 m (5 ft 6 in). This wide gauge is used in Spain, Portugal, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Argentina, and Chile. The narrower standard gauge, 1.435 m (4.698 ft), is more common in much of America and Europe.

    Most Wickets In A One-day International Career
    The most wickets taken over a one-day international cricket career is 440 by Pakistan's Wasim Akram in 319 matches between 1985 and 2001. Wasim took the wickets at an average of 24.04 runs. Born in 1966 Lahore, Wasim Akram started playing cricket, like many Pakistanis, on the streets. He made his international debut at the age of 18 after an invitation to join the national team's training camp as they prepared for a match against New Zealand. Wasim's ability to move the ball in the air combined with his pace and accuracy has earned him a reputation as one of the world's best fast bowlers. In February 2000, he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Pakistan Cricket Board.

    Fastest Cricket Bowler
    The highest electronically measured speed for a ball bowled by any bowler is 100.23mph (161.3km/h) by Shoaib Akhtar (Pakistan) against England on 22 February 2003 in a World Cup match at Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa.

    Nicknamed the 'Rawalpindi Express' Shoaib burst onto the cricket scene in 1999, but has since struggled to cement a first choice place in the Pakistan line-up. He has played for many teams, including: Agriculture Development Bank of Pakistan, Pakistan International Airlines, Rawalpindi Cricket Association, Somerset, Khan Research Labs, Durham, Lashings and Pakistan.

    Largest Mosque
    The largest mosque is Shah Faisal Mosque, near Islamabad, Pakistan. The total area of the complex is 18.97 ha (46.87 acres), with the covered area of the prayer hall being 0.48 ha (1.19 acres). It can accommodate 100,000 worshippers.

    Largest Football (Soccer)
    A football made from artificial leather PV-PVC and hand-sewn by staff at Ihsan Sports of Hajipura, Sialkot, Pakistan, had a diameter of 4m (13ft 1in) when measured on 30 June 2002.
    The super-sized soccer ball an exact replica of the company's standard football was made from 32 separate panels that were laminated, printed then hand-stitched together. It was unveiled at the Al Faysaliah shopping mall in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, by members of the Disabled Children's Society. "I was amazed at the size of the football," said one spectator, "and I imagine it would be really hard to actually play with."

    Heaviest Weight Lifted With Ear
    The heaviest weight lifted using only the ear is 51.7 kg (113 lb 15 oz) by Zafar Gill (Pakistan), who lifted gym weights hanging from a clamp attached to his right ear and held the weight for seven seconds on May 26, 2004 at Lahore, Pakistan.

    Largest Volunteer Ambulance Organization
    Abdul Sattar Edhi (Pakistan) began his ambulance service in 1948, ferrying injured people to hospital. Today, his radio-linked network includes 500 ambulances all over Pakistan, and attracts funds of US$5 million a year.

    Largest Appendix Removed
    An appendix removed from a 55-year-old Pakistani man on June 11, 2003, at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, Islamabad, Pakistan, measured 23.5 cm (9.2 in) in length. The operation was carried out by Dr. Riaz Ahmed Khokhar.

    The appendix is a long, thin, worm-like pouch sticking out of the join between the large and small intestines. Doctors are still not sure of its purpose or even if it has a purpose and although it contains immune-system cells, if it's surgically removed, health doesn't suffer.

    Smallest Koran
    The smallest published Koran book measures 1.7 cm x 1.28 cm x 0.72 cm (0.66 in x 0.50 in x 0.28 in). It is published in an unabridged, bound version, in fine print Arabic and is 571 pages long. Dr Muhammad Karim Beebani at October 15, 2004 in Pakistan.

    Highest Margin Of Victory - One Day Int.
    The largest victory margin is 233 runs by Pakistan against Bangladesh (320 for the loss of three wickets to 87 all out), at Dhaka, Bangladesh, on June 2, 2000.

    Youngest Cricket Test Player
    The youngest Test player ever is Hasan Raza (Pakistan) who made his debut, aged 14 years 227 days, against Zimbabwe at Faisalabad, Pakistan on 24 October 1996.

    Born 11 March 1982 in Karachi, like other Pakistani cricketers Raza was given test match experience very early. The right-handed batsmen has played for Pakistan Customs, Habib Bank Limited, Karachi Cricket Association, and Pakistan.

    Largest Flaming Image Using Candles
    The largest flaming candle image took place at the Serena Hotel in Faisalabad, Pakistan when 48 people lit 8,154 candles to create the Sandoz logo on December 31, 2003.

    Most Men's Squash World Team Titles
    The most men's squash world championship team titles won is six, by Australia, in 1967, 1969, 1971, 1973, 1989, and 1991; and Pakistan, in 1977, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1987, and 1993.

    Jahangir Khan
    Jahangir is listed in Guinness Book of World Records as having the most world championship squash titles.


    He was unbeaten in competitive play for five years. During that time he won 555 matches consecutively. This was not only the longest winning streak in squash history, but also one of longest unbeaten runs by any athlete in top-level professional sport.



    Most World Championship Squash Titles
    Since the World Open was inaugurated in 1975, Jansher Khan has clinched the title eight times, with his relative Jahangir coming close behind winning six titles. But Jahangir has also claimed three International Squash Rackets Federation world individual titles, taking his tally of World titles to a record-breaking total of nine. In 1982 Jahangir astonished everyone by winning the International Squash Players Association Championship without losing a single point! Jansher played in his first World Open in 1987 in Birmingham, England, beating Jahangir in the semi-final. Jansher has only once failed to make it to the final in the 10 World Opens he has played.

    WANT TO KNOW MORE?
    The famous Khan family have dominated the sport of squash for over 50 years. The champion family originates from a village called Nawakille in Pakistan. Jansher (born in 1960 and whose name means "Lion-Hearted") succeeded his relatives - Peshawar, Hashim, Azam, Roshan, Moibullah (Senior), and Jahangir, all of them champion squash stars. Since 1950, the family has won 29 British Opens.

    GUESS WHAT?
    Jansher Khan has beaten Australian Chris Dittmar a staggering 17 times in the finals! For much of Chris' career he was ranked No.2 in the world, but finally managed to push Jansher off the top spot in the last week of his career
    Invite (all) to the way of thy Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching; and argue with them in ways that are best and most gracious [16:125]

  2. #2
    IT Stars Sadee's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Location
    Sadee's Planet
    Posts
    11,963

    Re: Pakistan in Guinness Book of World Records

    wow nice or khud kash hamloo may b pakistan phly number pay hoga or marshal Law lagany wali country may or jider load shading hoti ho unmay b or pani ki kami waly mulk may b or jider khany ko na atta na chawal hoon or jider petrol dunia may sab say mehnga ho
    LAST Warning:Shoutbox Wapis chahiyay Abi

    [IMG]http://i50.*******.com/ftcz2w.jpg[/IMG]

  3. #3
    (`*. iTT *STAR*.*) LUCKYSTAR's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    (***PAKISTAN***)
    Age
    34
    Posts
    5,755

    Re: Pakistan in Guinness Book of World Records

    PAKISTAN R0000000KS
    (`*.LUCKYSTAR*.*)

  4. #4
    Senior Student sathe's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Location
    Multan
    Age
    31
    Posts
    213

    Re: Pakistan in Guinness Book of World Records

    Yeh be Pakistan ha aur
    dasgatgard be pakistan
    I think first we are and second image is impose on us
    What's your views members?????
    very very nice sharing
    Participate as Pakiatani

    We need extremes of Patriotism

  5. #5
    iTT Student signa's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Location
    kuwait
    Posts
    5

    Re: Pakistan in Guinness Book of World Records

    good work

  6. #6
    Member mania77's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Location
    sKy worLd
    Posts
    178

    Re: Pakistan in Guinness Book of World Records

    NiCe ShAriNg

Similar Threads

  1. Amazing Records
    By iRFAnSajiD in forum General Knowledge
    Replies: 14
    Last Post: 5th June 2009, 05:45 PM
  2. World Cup Cricket Records
    By Mavi in forum Sports & Events
    Replies: 3
    Last Post: 12th February 2009, 07:10 PM
  3. Test Cricket Records
    By Mavi in forum Sports & Events
    Replies: 4
    Last Post: 12th February 2009, 07:09 PM
  4. One Day International Cricket Records
    By Mavi in forum Sports & Events
    Replies: 3
    Last Post: 27th December 2008, 12:06 PM

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •