2 Second largest gas infrastructure in the world Pakistan's gas distribution network is the second largest in the world after that of the United States, i.e. it is larger than those of all other industrialized countries such Germany, France, UK, Australia and others
3 One of the most independent media in the world The media in Pakistan is among the most independent in the world as are the world-class journalists that comprise this institution. This has resulted in a silent revolution and national awakening throughout the length and breadth of Pakistani society.
4 An outstanding road network Many developed countries as well as most developing ones experience rush hour traffic jams. In Pakistan, however, where the car to population ratio is small but growing at an astonishing pace, cities have managed to build road networks at an even faster pace..
5 The fastest growing telecom network The phenomenal rate of growth of Pakistan's telecom industry is unheard of anywhere else in the world. Despite having a very small GDP per capita, Pakistan has succeeded in achieving cellular connections for fifty percent of the population, i.e. sixty million cellular connections within a span of a few years.
6 Pakistan joined the aerospace club by producing its own aircraft Pakistan is among the few countries in the world that produce its own aircraft. Thus, our aeronautical industry shares the likes of those in the US, France, China, Sweden.
7 Submarine productionPakistan has always been a shipbuilding country but has now started manufacturing submarines as well
8 Largest ambulance service in the world Other than the impressive list of large NGOs and charities currently operating in the country, the Edhi Trust runs the largest ambulance network in the world and is completely free; it is run entirely on donations. Given the per capita income of the people of Pakistan, this is no small achievement
9 World class educational institutions The Aga Khan University, LUMS, NU, Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture and the GIK University are those newly established universities that have joined the ranks of older Pakistani educational institutions such as Dow, King Edward College of Medicine, National College of Arts and the IBA to become the bedrock of Pakistan's higher education infrastructure.
10 Charity Organizations As an example Shaukat Khanum Hospital is probably the world's only free Cancer hospital. Similary, the Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT) is probably the world's only kidney and liver transplant hospital that treats patients entirely free of cost.
11 The Citizens Foundation It is a non-government funded charitable institution teaching over fifty thousand students in more than 600 schools in the poorest areas of the country. There is no parallel to this institution anywhere else in the world.
12 IT industry in 2011Pakistan Shines at APICTA (winner of two gold and five silver awards at 11th annual Asia Pacific ICT Awards (APICTA) 2011 in Pattaya, Thailand.)Official Game for ICC 2011 Cricket World Cup (Mindstorm Studios)Pepper.pk Mobile Apps Hit No.1 Spot (global Blackberry marketplace)TenPearls Wins Nokia Contest Twice (2nd position at ‘Nokia & AT&T Innovators 2011 Contest’)Google Grants To Social Innovators (Google Inc, has granted $250,000 to Pakistan Software Houses Association, that launched Pasha Fund for distributing the allocated amount to the 25 talented innovators)
13 A resilient judiciaryIn recent times no other judiciary in the world can compare to the resilience that Pakistan's judiciary has displayed. Pakistan's current Chief Justice, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhary is a recipient of the Harvard Law School Medal of Freedom that has only been awarded to two other people in the school's history, Nelson Mandela and Charles Hamilton Houston.
14 We can do more….and much more…..!! Source:pakistan/positive-things-about-pakistanit-industry-records-golden-year-in-history/We can do more….and much more…..!!