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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF PASHTOSCOOP
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 5.30%. The average number of likes per post is 1421 and the average number of comments is 66.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR PASHTOSCOOP
da yakhni khu wajal kai😔
If you are in Peshawar, pay him a visit. His shop is opposite the Jamia Masjid Al Rahman aka Takhto Jummat. 🕌 (Credits: @noumanarshadd)
The OG song for party animals🍻 via @subtlepukhtoontraits
Tag a Leo and say nothing.
Police found a stolen car buried in the desert; after it was reported stolen a few days earlier in the Nimruz Province of #Afghanistan. Having no other places to hide the stolen car, the thief wrapped the car in a cloth like a corpse and buried it in the desert in the middle of nowhere. However, his stash wasn't a secret any longer as the Police and Afghan National Army joint hands to catch the culprits behind the cart theft and started a detailed investigation. The security forces were finally in luck as they found the stolen vehicle skillfully buried underground in a deserted area. However, no arrests were made so far and the Police are still on the lookout for the culprits. This comes as criminal incidents involving robberies are on the rise in the key provinces and cities of the country including capital Kabul.
Peshawar: Political activists gathered at a memorial to pay respects to the late Tetsu Nakamura, the renowned humanitarian physician who dedicated his life to improving the lives of struggling people in Afghanistan. Nakamura, who was the local head of Peshawar-kai, a nongovernmental organization he established in his hometown of Fukuoka, was gunned down while doing humanitarian work in the war-torn country on Dec. 4, 2019. He was 73. Nakamura began offering medical support in Peshawar in 1984. After a severe drought struck Afghanistan in 2000 and turned local farmland into desert, he expanded his aid project to help rebuild Afghan irrigation and agriculture. Since 2003, the organization has irrigated some 16,500 hectares of local farmland, reviving soil fertility and supporting the lives of 650,000 farmers.
still a better love story than twilight🥺
we all have had the same childhood😳 (Credits: candy_fatmah \ twitter)
Although, marriage is not as simple as ABC. Yet, it could be easier than the Pashto numerals if you tie the right knot. 💛 May Allah guide is and bless us with the best. #JummaMubarak! 📿
mandatory gham hours post.jpeg (via @sudais_ak)
Amidst all the hate and trolls from both sides, a photo of two cricket players from Pakistan 🇵🇰 and Afghanistan 🇦🇫 goes viral. The widely shared photo shows Naveen-ul-Haq of Afghanistan assisting Rohail Nazir of Pakistan to clear up his eye caught with a dirt. The viral photo was originally taken taken in 2018 during the #ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 🏆 match between Pakistan and Afghanistan at Cobham Oval, 🇳🇿 New Zealand. The photo recently resurfaced the internet after the recent clash between legendary Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi and Afghan player Naveen-ul-Haq at the ongoing 🇱🇰 Lanka Premiere League; which left people on both sides of the border divided. People are now sharing photo of the two U19 players as a token of appreciation 💌 and a message of peace ☮️ and brotherhood. 🇵🇰🇦🇫 #pakafghanfriendship #pakafghanrelations #afghanpeace #afghanpeaceprocess #cricket
She has a point. 😳
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