Jobless plus Hopeless
An interesting thing one executive said was that there is no shame in work, but there's plenty of shame in waiting for charity.
The Ultimate Currency War
After the 2008 financial crisis, the liquidity trap induced policymakers to venture in unconventional endeavors. On the fiscal front, much has been discussed regarding the effectiveness of fiscal policy to pull developed countries out of the sluggish recovery.
Not giving Gold Medals in KU Annual convocation 2011 -A very good Decision
Its a very good decision by KU Administration to not giving gold medals to the position holders because everyone knows how they got positions in their respective discipline. Karachi University administration said that due to unavailability of sponsors we are unable to give gold medals to position holders.The main cause behind no interest of sponsors in giving sponsorship for gold medal might be they knows about checking system in KU.They have seen that what KU's gold medalist do in market after passing out.
A mighty question mark on PML-N " Merit Laptop Scheme"
All Pakistan knows better that what is the main motive behind these "SASTI ROTI" and "MERIT LAPTOPS" schemes.Just "1" vote from every individuals.
Popularity of Hum Tv's Drama serial "Humsafar" especially in India
Humsafar has made history all over the world.Specially in Pakistan it has recalled memories of late 80's when families went to marriage ceremonies or in parties after sawing their favorite drama serials.
Sunday, December 8, 2013
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
"My tuppence on #Waar: Brilliantly shot & visually appealing w/a hauntingly beautiful background score. If only the script/screenplay," Maria Memon, a senior TV anchor tweeted. An interesting thing seen about Waar is that It has hit Indian Population too. Indian top-notch media like Times of India is highlighting it more than any bollywood movie.
|Times of India giving hype to Pakistani film Waar|
Indian Media are covering 15-20 minutes of its Prime time in highlighting Roaring Pakistani film WAAR & if we will see Pakistani News channel they are always busy in highlighting bollywood celebrities birthday and their affairs.
According to our sources Bilal Lashari has said that Waar was ready in 2012 but due to force of external sources its release got delayed. Bilal received several threatening calls for not releasing it but Bilal Lashari said He is a true Pakistani and want to die for the sake of his homeland- if their is a truth behind anything his camera will show world exact what it is.
Pakistani Press should learn something from Waar- I must say it's true presentation of what Pakistani media should do- A real message & real foreign Policy from a film like Waar - Pakistani Journalist Tallat Hussain on his Facebook fan page
Saturday, October 5, 2013
NTS charges normally Rs.800 from the candidates as test fees. Most of the graduate & Master students always claimed NTS to be as dough Fish.This time mostly students are claiming that they have marked right choices which they are confident enough as NTS this year updated its policy & issued a carbon copy of marked answer sheet right after the test.However candidates can check & compare answers with the answer key on nts website, next day of the TEST.
NTS is totally winding up people through showing fairness via cutting seal of Exam books through any candidates, issuing multiple color books and shuffle it in the testing room and through carbon copy of answer sheets.Candidates are slagging off NTS this time by saying that they have remembered some answers which they marked 100% correct are showing wrong on Answer key at website.The carbon copy or Answer sheet has only marked options like A.B.C.D.E nothing else.You can't say anything about Question no 36 as its right option might be A or might be E.So in the same manner one of the candidate among who appeared in Commonwealth Scholarship 2014 is whining that he has remembered that he has marked Q.2 as D but he got shocked when he saw right answer was A on NTS website's answer key.
Credibility of NTS has always seemed to be as issue.News groups and peoples are always nagging NTS performance on the basis of merit.Recent teachers selection for Public colleges and universities is example of what NTS is doing under Public sector umbrella.
Now everyone is demanding NTS should be privatize or test like common wealth & recruitment test for Public sector should be conducted via any private testing services (3rd Umpire). So no one will bicker on its failure.
Saturday, June 22, 2013
Saturday, May 4, 2013
|Quaid e Tehreek e Insaf - Imran Bhai|
Imran bhai remained most successful captain in entire Cricket history of Pakistan leading his country to victory at the 1992 Cricket World Cup, playing for the Pakistani cricket team from 1971 to 1992, and serving as its captain intermittently throughout 1982–1992.After ending World cup 1987-88 Imran bhai announced retirement from International cricket but on the request of former President Zia-ul-haq Imran bhai led his team to Pakistan's first and only World Cup victory in 1992.Imran bhai was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame on 14 July 2010.
Quaid e Tehreek established "Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf ("Movement for Justice") in April 1996.He represented Mianwali as a member of the National Assembly from November 2002 to October 2007.In December 2012, GlobalPost ranked him third in a list of the top nine world leaders and recognized Quaid e Tehreek as the face of the anti-drone movement in Pakistan.
Friday, April 26, 2013
Unbelievable though it may sound, but that is exactly what happened at a marriage in Satwara village of Khandwa district of Madhya Pradesh.
The unique tradition — 'Kanya Ghatari' — which was practised by the Patidar community, wherein the bride takes her baraat to the groom's place, had long been forgotten, was brought alive. Senior members of the community endorsed Rajni's initiative to revive the age old tradition and lavished praise on her.
Rajni, who got married two days ago, initially felt a little awkward at the idea of riding a horse and taking the baraat to the groom's place. "I realized that the idea was to empower women and this practice would certainly eradicate many evils in the society," she said. through her village. After an hour-long marriage procession and dancing on , she went to mandap (pandal) and asked the groom to marry her.
Normally, boys consider it their birth right to take out the baraat. But for Praveen Patidar, 30, a state government employee, seeing his wife coming to marry him on a horse was a matter of pride.
Groom's father Ishwarlal Patel said that even on the wedding card that was printed a month ago, there was a message of . He said his family wished that their daughter-in-law would take her baraat to their house.
About the tradition, he said first the bride was offered coconut by her parents. After completing the ritual, the girl mounted the horse and led the baraat from her house, which after passing from the narrow lanes of village, reached the groom's place.
The girl then came up to the mandap (pandal) on the horse and proposed the groom, asking him whether he would marry her. Waiting family members of the groom welcomed the bride. Thereafter, the marriage was solemnized.
This is the story presented by TIMES OF INDIA