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  •  History and Introduction For more half-a-century Guinness World Records has documented the longest and shortest, the lowest and highest, the heaviest and lightest, the fastest and slowest, the coldest and hottest, the commonest and the rarest, as well as a host of other fascinating extremes, discoveries and achievements, in, on, and beyond our planet Earth. The origins of this famous book date back to 1951 in a shooting party in Eire. Guinness Brewing managing director, Sir Hugh Beaver became involved in a dispute as to whether the golden plover was Europe’s swiftest game bird. The definitive answer could not be found in any reference book. In 1954 there was a similar argument. Sir Hugh felt a book should be published containing answers to questions most likely to be asked. Twins Norris and Ross McWhirter were asked to compile facts and figures and the first Guinness Book of Records, as the work of reference was then known, was published on 27 August 1955. The 288-page book was an overnight success and become Britain’s best seller before Christmas that year. Such is the popularity of this annual work of reference, and so great the international interest in record- breaking, that London-based Guinness World Records receives tens of thousands of letters every year from people who want to be included in the next edition or keen to make suggestions for new categories. The interesting and the weird all come together in the ‘Guinness World Records’, which is the brainchild of a brewary chief executive. Now in its 55th year of publication. This book has no parallel. One of a kind, Guinness World Records is used by people all over the world and from all walks of life to inform, educate and entertain and, of course, to settle arguments. There are more than 40,000 individual records within Guinness World Records’ computerized database, only about 10 percent of which are published in the book itself. Pakistan is not only a state with God-Gifted factors (like seasons, rivers etc) but there are many other factors for what each and every Pakistani feels proud to be a Pakistani. Here is a List of World Records set by Pakistanis.
  •  Medical Records Largest collection of dummies: Since 1995, Dr. Muhammad Mustansar of the Childrens Hospital and Institute of Child Health in Lahore, Pakistan has been collecting dummies as an educational movement against them. The collection now amounts to 1,994 dummies of different colors and shapes, each obtained from individual mothers.
  •  Heaviest Kidney Stone: Dr Malik Hussain Jalbani and Dr Ghulam Shabir Imran Akbar Arbani removed Worlds haviest Kindney stone having weight of 620 gm of patient Wazir Muhammand on 24 June 2008 at the Nephro-Urology Chandka Medical College Hospital, Sindh, Pakistan. Operating Most Old Patient: Dr. Naeem Taj is a renowned Laparoscopic Surgeon and he had successfully conducted a surgery of 107 years old women at Capital Hospital Islamabad breaking a world record of Dr. David D Dan of West Indies who operated a 92 year old patient. During the surgery 30 stones have been removed from the gallbladder of the old women “Chanan Jan”. Dr Taj thanked Allah Almighty on this achievement and in his interview he mentioned that it is all possible due to the professional assistance of Anesthetists Dr Arshad Ali, Dr Tauqeer, Dr Saba Yousaf, Dr Nadia, Dr Naheeda, and Dr Fazal. 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 its surgically removed, health doesnt suffer.
  •  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 Pakistan’s Extremes 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 worshipers. Largest Tea Bag: The largest tea bag was made by Lipton Yellow Label of Lever Brothers, Pakistan Ltd weighing 8.9 kg (19.62 lb) and was displayed at the Avari Towers Hotel, Karachi, Pakistan on 22 June 2002. Largest Football: 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 companys 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 Childrens 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."
  •  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. Largest Kurta: The Kurta is 101 feet tall and 59 feet 3 inches wide. Each sleeve is almost 57 feet long· It took a team of 50 hardworking professional tailors a period of 30 days to make the Kurta· The Kurta, is made of 800 yards of cotton blend fabric provided by Gul Ahmed Textiles· Our very own famous designer Deepak Perwani has added subtle yet stylish adornments to the Kurta to add to make it trendy while still being traditional. Written And Educational Records 21 A Grades : Ali Moeen Nawazish of Rawalpindi has brought worldwide recognition to Pakistan by blazing his way into the Guinness Book of World Records, clearing 23 A-Level subjects and securing A Grade in 21 of them. A student of Roots School System, it was Ali’s “thirst for knowledge” that made him the only student in the world to appear in 23 subjects. He appeared in all examinations within 12 months. Rarely has a Pakistani student taken up subjects that Ali opted for, like Tourism and Marine Sciences. He is also the first student in the world to have secured 21 A Grades; the previous record being 13.No wonder his remarkable success drew the attention of major international newspapers with CNN and BBC also airing his interviews. Unfortunately authorities in Pakistan were unmoved. When Ali sat down to fill up his university application forms at home, there was barely enough space to list all his qualifications. With his talent spilling over, it was no surprise that he also achieved a top score in the US admissions test and was accepted by most Ivy League institutions, including Harvard and Yale. Apart from core science subjects, Ali is almost entirely self-taught with his extraordinary memory and amazing analytical powers. Youngest Civil Judge: Muhammad Ilyas passed the examination enabling him to become a Civil Judge in July 1952 at the age of 20 years 9 months, although formalities such as medicals meant that it was not until eight months later that he started work as a Civil Judge in Lahore, Pakistan.
  •  Smallest Quran (in size): The smallest published Quran 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. Sports Records Most Wickets Taken in Cricket: Waseem Akram, a Cricket ICON of Pakistan have set a world record by taking the most wickets in one day international cricket matches i.e. 502 wickets. He have taken 502 wickets in his cricket career between 1984 to 2003 in 356 Matches, throwing 18186 balls and giving 11812 runs with the best of 5/15 . He Got 4 wickets in a match 17 times and got 5 wickets in a match 6 times. 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 batsman has played for Pakistan Customs, Habib Bank Limited, Karachi Cricket Association, and Pakistan. 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. Fastest Cricket Ball Thrown: Every One Know, Our Hero and cricketer Shoaib Akhtar have thrown the cricket ball with fastest speed 161.3 km/h against England on 22 February 2003 in a World Cup match at Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa. Highest Margin Of Victory - One Day International: 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. Other Amazing Records By Pakistanis Most Trees (5 Lacks) Planted in 24 Hours: On 15 July 2009, A Team of 300 Planters Planted 541,176 Trees (of mangrove) in 24 hours in Thatta District and broke the previous record of 447,874 trees planted in the Shrigram Reserve Forest in Dhubri, Assam, on 12–13 June 2009. The event took place in Keti Bundar, Thatta District, which is about 200 km (125 miles) south-east of Karachi in Pakistan. Heaviest Weight Lifted with Ear: Mr. Zafar Gill from Lahore, Pakistan Set a World Record by pulling Heaviest Weight of 73 kg on 3 January 2009. He used his Right to break this record 3rd time. Tallest Cake: Network Television Marketing Ltd. created a cake measuring 32 m (105 ft) tall with 105 tiers in Faisalabad, Pakistan, on 16 August 1997. {