The State of Pakistan [Infographic] by Pringers

We’ve now become Pakistan’s largest Mobile Social Network with 3 Million Pakistanis connected via Pring. It’s taken us three years to reach this milestone and we continue to improve and make a service that you love. Given that we have so many of you from around every part of Pakistan, we thought we use this power for good. So, recently in July 2011, we took the time to ask some of you what you thought was the future of the country, what are our biggest problems, what should we do about India and who would they vote for. We received some very interesting results which we would like to share with you.

You can find interesting analysis done on corruption and terrorism by Feisal H Naqvi: The Economy, Stupid.

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Pakistan through the eyes of Pring

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by @Nash, graphic by @Kamran, Creative by @Amina and data analysis by @Haseeb

 

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14 Comments

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  1. abdul haq
    abdul haq November 16, 2011 at 12:01 pm .

    my comments is about (about pakistan service)
    i have filled the form but still recieve nothing

  2. abdul rehman
    abdul rehman November 16, 2011 at 12:55 pm .

    i m not sure about the future of pakistan becuz it seeing like a dark future but v r hope full that it might b wrong and v will get a powerfull person for a country

  3. FAraz
    FAraz November 16, 2011 at 1:55 pm .

    wonder full work by u guys! i think u pple have missed to Publish netWORK detail i.e Warid, Zong etc :(

  4. imran anjum
    imran anjum November 16, 2011 at 6:39 pm .

    good

  5. Naeem (ChOpaalSMS
    Naeem (ChOpaalSMS November 18, 2011 at 11:12 am .

    Now pring become one of the best social network in pakistan (no doubt in it) .. keep it up……….. Pring team please invite all political leader on pring so that young generation give them suggestion for batter pakistan.. we love pring.long live pring…

  6. Danish(D-News)
    Danish(D-News) November 21, 2011 at 12:57 am .

    I used to be on twitter,but Ever since i joined Pring,i haven’t used any other social network.After having increased character length to 420 & implementing ways to filter spam ,Certainly there is no other svc that comes remotely close to pring in terms of popularity & effectivness.
    Social media can be used to create mass awareness as in case of PTI or PML-N using such forums to communicate their msg to general puplic.Not Only in Pakistan,But in USA,Congress has adopted online tools to reach out to public living in far flung areas.
    Certainly with Pring,One can communicate with Pakistanis to exchange ideas for betterment of Pakistan.
    Thanks to whole pring team for providing us such platform for expressing our views.

  7. Muhammad Sajid
    Muhammad Sajid November 22, 2011 at 3:40 pm .

    hmm Good, very good job.. as i think all the research declares that Pakistani will definately Progress.. INSHALLAH.. thnx

  8. HAQNAWAZ lashari
    HAQNAWAZ lashari December 1, 2011 at 9:52 am .

    very good pringit sarivec sir agr mere liye koi pring k kam ho to bata do mein apne office mein beat kar kar sako

  9. MobiFun
    MobiFun December 8, 2011 at 3:45 am .

    Wow..
    Mashallah Greate Work..
    I appreciate y0u all..
    Thanx To Pring Team And Pringes..
    Insha.

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  11. Sam
    Sam January 3, 2012 at 11:27 pm .

    Pring has grown up to international level with its own charming attractions…
    I don’t think any other service can provide such a platform to everybody like pring does for us :)

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