Bahria Icon Tower is a skyscraper complex in the seaside municipality of Clifton in Karachi, Pakistan. The complex includes a 62-story tower, which at 300 meters (980 ft), is the tallest building in Pakistan and the second tallest in South Asia. The complex also includes an adjacent 42-story building and is owned by the Bahria Town Group.
Heathrow Airport in London, England – the second busiest airport in the world by international passenger traffic.
Black-sand Beaches of the ice. A black-sand beach is formed by black volcanic sand. The name was given to the beaches by British expeditors.
A six centuries-old astronomical clock at Prague. Prague is the capital city of the Czech Republic.
Centuries-old Oaktree. Oaktree have spirally arranged leaves and is a flowering plant.
Blue butterflies in the Amazon rain-forest in Brazil. Amazon forest is also known as Amazonia or Amazon Jungle in English which represents over half of the planet’s remaining rain-forests.
Rain-storm over the city of Denver. The city of Denver is the capital and most populous municipality of US state Colorado.
A visual from California wildfire 2018.
The foehn winds caused another round of large, destructive fires to erupt across California. The new batch of wildfires included the Camp Fire and destroyed more than 6,000 structures. It became California’s most destructive wildfire on record.
The concept of human development was developed by the late Dr. Mahbubul Haq, a Pakistani Economist who worked for the UNDP, and he unveiled it in 1990. The same year the first UNDP Human Development Report (HDR) was prepared and launched under his leadership. Dr. Haq later served as Pakistan’s finance minister.