All new domains that are registered under .PK, must belong to one of the following second-level or third-level domains. General guidelines for each categories are given below. Payment schedule for all the domain type are the same.
|.PK||General Second Level Domains without .com.pk etc Suffix|
|.COM.PK||General Business, or Individual|
|.NET.PK||Network Related Business|
|.FAM.PK||Family and Individuals|
|.BIZ.PK||General Business, Promotional|
|.GOV.PK||Domains for Government of Pakistan|
|.GOB.PK||Domains for Government of Baluchistan|
|.GOG.PK||Domains for Government of Gilgit Baltistan|
|.GKP.PK||Domains for Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa|
|.GOP.PK||Domains for Government of Punjab|
|.GOS.PK||Domains for Government of Sindh|
|.GOK.PK||Domains for Government of Azad Kashmir|
Applications for these domains must conform to the PKNIC registration policy agreement in addition to the requirements given below. In the case of any difference between the PKNIC registration policy and the specific domain terms and conditions described below, these terms and conditions will apply.
No. All domain extensions are considered equal in the eyes of Google. There is no automatic preference given to a .com domain.
Where you do need to be careful, however, is to not register an alternate domain if the .com is taken by a large company. This can hurt your search results and also open you up to a potential trademark battle.
Yes. Registering a domain extension reserves it so that no one else can use it. So if you’ve got mydomain.com, you might be wise to also register mydomain.net and mydomain.org(and redirect them back to your correct site) in order to avoid confusion and keep your visitors coming to your site.