43. It also has a major seaport. Over 68% of Pakistan’s energy is generated from fossil fuels. 45. The ATM is operated by the National Bank of Pakistan and it is installed at a height of 16,007 feet above sea level, at the Pak-China border, Khunjerab Pass. General Parvez Musharraf amended Pakistan’s Constitution so that he could serve a third term. The people of Pakistan would soar high if they got the sincere political effort and leadership they deserve. Pakistan’s national fruit is the mango. National symbols of Pakistan were adopted at different times before and after the existence of Pakistan. 42. Pakistan became a member of FIFA in 1948 joining the Asian Football Confederation. The Pakistan national football team represents Pakistan association football in FIFA-authorised events and is controlled by the Pakistan Football Federation, the governing body for football in Pakistan. National Flag of Pakistan. Pakistani weddings epitomise the richness of the culture. Karachi, the largest city of Pakistan, is its financial hub as well as home to almost 17 million people. Benazir Bhutto was Pakistan’s first female prime minister, and was the first female prime minister in any Muslim country. 11. Pakistan has over 150 airports. 46. 9. Pakistan's national team debuted in 1950. Here is a list of national symbols and national things of Pakistan. Speaking of heights, the ATM at the world's highest elevation belongs to the National Bank of Pakistan and sits in the Khunjerab Pass, in Gilgit … Pakistan's National Flag comprises dark green colour with Crescent and Star in it and a vertical white stripe. Pakistanis have big weddings. 44. Pakistan's home ground is Punjab Stadium, Lahore. The National symbols of Pakistan (Urdu: پاکستان کی قومی علامتیں); Each Country of the world adopts some signs or emblems, which they regard as the representative of their country traits. Regardless of these sufferings, Pakistan’s spirit lives on and the nation continues to hope and work for a better future.