It was a surprise to know that a Hindu majority district still exists in Pakistan.
Yoginder Sikand has written that Tharpakar or Thar Parkar district in Pakistan has a Hindu majority though he says that the voice of the people does not reach anywhere because they are mostly Dalits/Backward Communities and the Hindu community representatives in Assemblies are mostly the upper castes like Banias.
I tried to get more information about the district but couldn't find much. If they are not in a majority by now and even if they comprise 30-40% of the district's population, it is an interesting and gladdening news. In fact, substantial population of Hindus survived the partition and remained in Sindh. They work as 'haari' at the farms of landlords. Wikipedia says that Hindu population migrated during the war of 1965 still substantial chunk of population is Hindu. Also, the tribes like Bhil live in the district.
Wednesday, May 17, 2006 at 12:23 AM Posted by Hami
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 at 1:31 AM Posted by Hami
You have two sides, one out in the field and one in. Each man that's in the side that's in goes out, and when he's out he comes in and the next man goes in until he's out. When they are all out, the side that's out comes in and the side thats been in goes out and tries to get those coming in, out. Sometimes you get men still in and not out. When a man goes out to go in, the men who are out try to get him out, and when he is out he goes in and the next man in goes out and goes in. There are two men called umpires who stay all out all the time and they decide when the men who are in are out. When both sides have been in and all the men have out, and both sides have been out twice after all the men have been in, including those who are not out, that is the end of the game!
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Wednesday, April 19, 2006 at 10:21 PM Posted by Hami
Thursday, April 13, 2006 at 2:05 AM Posted by Hami
Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has decided to stop playing Test cricket until after next year's World Cup in the West Indies.
"I have decided that it is better if I stop playing Test cricket until the next World Cup and concentrate on giving my best for the team in the one-dayers" Afridi told Reuters on Wednesday.
"After the World Cup I will decide whether I want to resume my Test career. This decision is based on my feeling that it is not possible for me to adjust and subsequently give 100 percent in both forms of the game."
"The amount of cricket being played these days is too hectic for me and I felt playing both forms was affecting my performances. Doing well in the World Cup and helping my team win is my main priority now," Afridi said.
"I have discussed this and informed my captain Inzamam-ul-Haq about this decision and he has been supportive," Afridi said.
Inzamam said he would respect Afridi's decision.
"I would not like to create any pressure on him to do something he does not want to do at this stage," Inzamam said.
NOTABLY : Pakistan will play a minimum of nine Test matches and around 25 one-day internationals before the World Cup starts in March.It's Intresting Continue Reading →
Wednesday, April 12, 2006 at 5:16 PM Posted by Hami
Blast in Karachi on eve of Eid e Milad un Nabi
Pakistani troops were on high alert Wednesday for the funeral of Sunni
Tehreek’s chief who was among 57 people killed in the country's worst
suicide bombing in nearly two decades. Police said they were trying to
identify the bearded head of the suspected bomber who struck in Karachi
late on Tuesday, as thousands gathered in a park to celebrate the birth
of the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH).
No one claimed responsibility for the attack. "We have taken all possible
security measures for the funeral and no one will be allowed to take the
law into their own hands. It's a great tragedy and we appeal to the
people to remain calm and peaceful," Salahuddin Haider, spokesman for
the Sindh government said.
Picture Gallery by DAWN
Complete Coverage by Jang:
At least 50 martyred in massive Karachi bomb explosion
at 4:55 PM Posted by Hami
London is the most expensive city in the world due to the UK capital’s high cost of renting accommodation. If rents are excluded, Oslo, Copenhagen, Tokyo and Zurich are among the most costly cities in the world. In terms of living costs, Oslo remains the most expensive of the 71 cities surveyed, now followed by Copenhagen, Tokyo, Zurich and London. A basket of goods and services assembled in line with western European consumer habits (excluding rents) costs 15.5 per cent more in Oslo than it does in Zurich – over two-thirds more than the global average. If we include rents in the comparison, the differences from city to city are even more pronounced. The most expensive places to live in this respect are London, Oslo and New York. There have been some significant shifts in the top places since the 2003 edition: Copenhagen has gone from sixth to second-most expensive city, while Hong Kong has fallen from second spot and no longer ranks among the world’s most expensive cities. Our basket is still cheapest in Mumbai, Karachi, Buenos Aires and the eastern European cities of Kiev, Bucharest and Sofia. The cost in these cities is a third or less of the price in Zurich.
|Rio de Janeiro|
|Santiago de Chile|
at 4:50 PM Posted by Hami
For a second everything went quiet in the cab, then the driver said: "Look mate, don't ever do that again. You scared me!".
The passenger apologized and said, "I didn't realize that a little tap would scare you so much."
The driver replied, "Sorry, it's not really your fault. Today is my first day as a cab driver - I've been driving a van carrying dead Bodies for the last 25 years............
Tuesday, April 11, 2006 at 2:13 AM Posted by Hami
Several men are in the changing room of a golf club.
A mobile phone on a bench rings and a man engages the hands free
speaker-function and began to talk.
Everyone else in the room stops to listen.
WOMAN: "Darling, it's me. Are you at the club?"
WOMAN: "I am at the shopping centre and found this beautiful leather coat.
It's only $ 1,000. Is it OK if I buy it?"
MAN: "Sure,..go ahead if you like it that much."
WOMAN: "I also stopped by the Mercedes dealership and saw the new 2005
models. I saw one I really liked."
MAN: "How much?"
WOMAN: " $ 70,000"
MAN: "OK, but for that price I want it with all the options."
WOMAN: "Great! Oh, and one more thing ... The house I wanted last
year is back on the market. They're asking $ 950,000"
MAN: "Well, then go ahead and give them an offer of 900,000.
They will probably take it. If not, we can go the extra 50 thousand.
It really is a pretty good price."
WOMAN: "OK. I'll see you later! I love you so much!!"
MAN: "Bye! I love you, too."
The man hangs up. The other men in the changing room are staring at
him in astonishment, mouths agape.....
He smiles and asks:
"Anyone know who this phone belongs to"
Saturday, April 08, 2006 at 3:43 PM Posted by Hami
In an IIM interview
PANEL-Shall i ask u one tough question or 10 easy questions?
CANDIDATE-ask me one tough question sir
PANEL-ok which comes first.The day or the night?
CANDIDATEc-the day sir.
PANEL-how do u say that?
CANDIDATE-Sir, u promised me that you wont ask me the second toughest question.
the guy was selected.....
Friday, April 07, 2006 at 3:18 PM Posted by Hami
A few years ago, Prime Minister Mori was given some
Basic English conversation training before he visits
Washington and meets president Bill Clinton.
The instructor told Mori "Prime Minister, when you
shake hand with President Clinton, please say 'how are
you'. Then Mr Clinton should say, "I am fine, and
you?" Now you should say 'me too'. Afterwards we,
translators,will do all the work for you."
It looks quite simple, but the truth is.... When Mori
met Clinton, he mistakenly said "Who Are You?".
Mr Clinton was a bit shocked but still managed to
react with humour "Well, I am Hilary's husband, ha
ha...." Then Mori replied confidently "Me too, ha ha
Then there was a long silence in the meeting room.
Thursday, April 06, 2006 at 3:13 PM Posted by Hami
A guy phones up his Boss, but gets the bosses' wife instead:
"I'm afraid he died last week." she explains.
The next day the man calls again and asks for the boss.
"I told you" the wife replies, "he died last week."
The next day he calls again and once more asks to speak to his
boss. By this time the wife is getting upset and shouts:
"I'VE ALREADY TOLD YOU TWICE, MY HUSBAND, YOUR BOSS, DIED LAST WEEK! WHY DO
YOU KEEP CALLING?"
"Coz . . ." he replied laughing, "I just love hearing it. . . ."
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The Burnt Ears
One day a man was going on the street. He met a man who asked him what had
happened to his ears as both ears covered with bandages.
He said: "I was ironing my clothes when the phone bell rang. Instead of
picking up the phone, i pick up the iron, so i burnt my ear."
The man asked "So what happened to your other ear?"
He said "That same stupid guy called again"
Saturday, April 01, 2006 at 5:44 PM Posted by Hami
Tuesday, March 28, 2006 at 7:11 PM Posted by Hami
I hate Bird Flu b’coz it restricts me to eat Chicken, but ugh Prevention is better then cure.
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at 5:01 PM Posted by Hami
Thursday, March 23, 2006 at 12:54 AM Posted by Hami
Islamabad on Tuesday confirmed the first cases of the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu at two poultry farms in Pakistan’s North West Frontier Province (NWFP), after receiving positive test results from the European Union's (EU) Reference Laboratory for Avian Influenza in the UK.
“The laboratory has confirmed the presence of the H5N1 virus at the two farms but we had already completely sealed the farms and destroyed all the [chicken] stocks there. But there is no need to panic - there are no reports of any bird flu cases detected in other parts of the country,” Muhammad Afzal, a spokesman for the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock, said in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad.
Another suspected outbreak in the southern city of Hyderabad, where 2,000 dead chickens were found on a rubbish tip last week, has not been confirmed. “Samples from some other areas [including Hyderabad] were also sent to Britain, but were negative,” Afzal added.
As many as 25,000 chickens were destroyed in late February at two poultry farms in the Abbotabad and Charsadda districts of NWFP after initial tests pointed to the presence of the mild H5 strain of avian influenza. Subsequently, samples were sent to the UK to determine if it was the highly pathogenic H5N1 strain of the disease.
Last week tests confirmed H5N1 in poultry across the border in Afghanistan, while the virus has also been detected in neighbouring India, Iran and China.
As part of preventive measures, Islamabad has banned the import of poultry products and birds from more than 30 countries where cases of bird flu have been reported. In addition, the hunting of birds has also been banned across the country to prevent the killing of infected migratory birds.
A countrywide public awareness campaign involving newspapers and electronic media is already under way to ease growing fears about avian flu and the use of poultry products.
Monday, March 20, 2006 at 8:57 PM Posted by Hami
Sunday, March 05, 2006 at 11:34 PM Posted by Hami
Father : I want you to marry a girl of my choice.
Son : "I will choose my own bride!"
Father: "But the girl is Bill Gates's daughter."
Son : "Well, in that case...ok"
Next Father approaches Bill Gates.
Father: "I have a husband for your daughter."
Bill Gates: "But my daughter is too young to marry!"
Father: "But this young man is a vice-president of the World Bank."
Bill Gates: "Ah, in that case...ok".
Finally Father goes to see the president of the World Bank.
Father: "I have a young man to be recommended as a vice-president."
President: "But I already have more vice- presidents than I need!"
Father: "But this young man is Bill Gates's son-in-law."
President: "Ah, in that case...ok"
Wednesday, February 22, 2006 at 5:36 PM Posted by Hami
Pray (in english) or Namaz(in urdu) or Salat(in arabic) one of the essentials of Islam. Muslims can't make any excuse to miss it. Moreover after death the first question will asked from God will be 'How many prays you offer and missed?', so there isnt no excuss to miss it.
More Pictures 01, 02, 03, 04, 05.
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Sunday, February 19, 2006 at 5:45 PM Posted by Hami
I am Aries and I read in this article namely What kind of a friend are you?, it defines me as friend in these words,
Your friendship is warm and on the level. Let me put it this way, you are a fineFind out here What kind of a friend are you?
friend and a formidable foe. With Aries, things are never done in halves. Aries
expects total devotion and sincerity in friendship. In turn, he/she extends a
loving and strong hand.
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Saturday, February 18, 2006 at 5:06 PM Posted by Hami
• Life is a series of collisions with the future.
• A friend in need always finds your new phone number.
• Some people think they are generous because they give away free advice.
• Sometimes I need what only you can provide - Your absence
• A family consists of a husband who gets an idea, the kids who say it can't be done, and the wife who does it.
• The man who follows other people's advice always ends up making other people's mistakes.
• Never tell your problems to anyone... 20% don't care and the other 80% are glad you have them.
• Take all the fools out of this world and there wouldn't be any fun living in it, or profit.
• Life is like a taxi. The meter just keeps ticking whether you are getting somewhere or just standing still.
• When I release the guilt of the past and the worries of the future, I am joyful in the present.
• A compliment is a statement of an agreeable truth; flattery is the statement of an agreeable untruth
at 3:47 PM Posted by Hami
RSS Facility is a like helping hand to bloggers and esp: blurkers like me, yesterday I downloaded a RSS Reader Blue Pulse in my mobile though having not much faciltites but atleast compatible of GPRS I was very glad to have it.
As soon as I signed up, I added my own blog RSS feed into it check it fully, and I found it good but it shows the 7-8 feeds with no image, but its enough, isnt it?
Well, after checking process I started to add all blogger users, which I remembered at that time!! It includes Amiething Goes, Kawab, Light Within, AsianSmiles. But AsiaSmiles wasnt opening but now i got to know that the address was'nt right.
Tag: RSS Facility, RSS, Blue Pulse
Saturday, February 11, 2006 at 7:36 PM Posted by Hami
India has bounced back beautifully to level the series, what a come back through after the solid 105 runs openeing partnership between Sehwag and Tendulkar.
Winning captain Rahul Dravid gets the Hutch winning bonus award. Rahul says: "Very professional job today, right from the beginning". Dravid is really happy about the fielding effort by the Indians in the recent matches.
Inzamam-ul-Haq feels that it is not a good day for the Pakistan but gives the complete credit to India for today's win. He feels that 4 run-outs in the innings was one of the factor restricting the total to 265.
Third ODI, will be a day-nighter at Lahore on Monday (13th Feb). Good Luck to Pakistan and Inzi...
Tuesday, February 07, 2006 at 11:29 PM Posted by Hami
- On the internet nothing is illegal, its all e-legal...
- I'm so old that, when I was in school, history was called current affairs.
- Don't accept your dog's admiration as conclusive evidence that you are wonderful.
- Laugh and the world laughs with you. Cry and the world laughs louder.
- I always give waiters a tip, but they never seem to appreciate my advice.
- Nothing in the world is more expensive than a girl who's totally free for the weekend.
- The toughest part of a diet isn't watching what you eat. It's watching what other people eat.
- Never make the same mistake twice... there are so many new ones to make!
- One day, your life will flash in front of your eyes... Make it worth watching.
- Worry is the darkroom in which 'negatives' are developed.
at 5:20 PM Posted by Hami
I've made a funny lounge to make the availibilty of funny stuff here, soon more section will be added. It can be found in side and below to My Email Address, right now it comprises of...
- Na ye Chemistry Hoti
- Inzamam & Alah
- Bush Exposed
- ATM Habbits Men vs Women
- Google Fight
- For Males Only
- Harry Rocks Taliban Minds
- Remain Dead?
- Animated Sequel
- Martial Vs Modern Art
- Will you go for it
- Unique Technique
- 10 Stories that could be Pranks but arn't
- Child Garden of Mi-information
- Second driver seat belts
But there will added more soon . . . .It's Intresting Continue Reading →
Monday, February 06, 2006 at 7:09 PM Posted by Hami
A good target by India to make Pakistan trumble but Pakistan with the Ist ball ruled the match, and was chasing in good speed or should i say run rate, then bad light situation came in, and as Pakistan was ahead then India with all respects, Pakistan was declared winner by 7 runs as by D/L rules. Leading the series with 1-0.
What can be worse then this to damn Inidans?
Sunday, February 05, 2006 at 10:20 PM Posted by Hami
OVER the years, many readers have accused me of highlighting only the country’s negative aspects, and not writing more ‘positively’.
Frankly, I have never seen this as being a columnist’s primary role. After all, the government deploys vast resources into burnishing its image, and certainly does not need me to blow its trumpet. But while I seldom have much to say in favour of official policies, I have, from time to time, discussed individual initiatives that I think deserve public recognition because of their impact on ordinary lives. This piece is intended to give credit to one such individual and one such initiative.
Surjani Town is a vast, barren new development on the sprawling outskirts of Karachi along the Super Highway to Hyderabad. Around 30 miles from the city centre is a small, low-cost township called ‘Khuda ki Basti’, the brainchild of the famous development expert Tasneem Siddiqui. In a small, unassuming building here is the Amal-e-Danish, a school earlier called the ‘One Rupee School’.
First established at a nearby location a decade ago, the school now has around 700 children studying in different classes. Even 10 years ago, a rupee per student didn’t go very far in meeting running costs. Now, many beggars refuse to take this tiny amount. But that’s how much Parveen Rao, the driving spirit behind the project, collects from each student per month.
Clearly, to take on such a venture, a person has to be possessed, and Ms Rao is no exception. For years now, she has been making the long commute in her rattle-trap of a car. In the beginning, she had to go personally to the nearby goths or villages to convince parents to send their children to her school. The parents of little girls were hesitant to start with, but over time, she broke down their resistance. One reason for her success has been that she mostly hires her teachers locally.
But it’s a constant struggle: with running costs of around 150,000 rupees per month, she is running around every month to make sure that salaries and utility bills are paid on time. Fortunately for her, a local philanthropist underwrites the ‘One Rupee School’ to the extent of Rs 50,000 per month. He has also paid for the construction of the school building. But Ms Rao usually has to dip into the family earnings and her own small business to meet costs. The reality of this precarious financial arrangement is reflected in the lack of furniture and teaching aids.
So why did she get involved in education in the first place? Ms Rao says that when she was young, her parents prevented her from going to high school. When she was older, she put herself through college and university, writing many articles on literature in the process. Her writings have been collected in the form a book. But when she was struggling to get an education, she vowed to help others in her predicament.
Initially, her school was located in a small rented house in Ayesha Nagar in Surjani Town. But when Khuda-ki-Basti was launched, she was able to convince Mr Tasneem Siddiqui to let her have a plot of land at subsidized rates.
Although a madressah has opened in the neighbourhood, for most children her school is the only chance for an education. As I entered the modest building, I heard the sound of many young boys and girls learning their lessons aloud. I was next struck by the cleanliness of the place.
Entering classrooms with Ms Rao, we were greeted with a chorus of “Good morning, madam!” as the pupils sprang to their feet. The blackboards were covered with drawings of different fruits with their names in English. I privately wondered how many of the fruit these kids had actually seen. In some classrooms, volunteers piped up with poem recitals.
In one nursery class, I noticed a 10-year old boy sitting with children half his age. On enquiring the reason, I was told that as a matter of policy, the school does not refuse admission because a child is not equipped to fit into a class of his or her own age-group. “For most of the children here,” Ms Rao explains. “This is the only school available. So we can’t penalize them if their parents did not enrol them any sooner.”
When the killer earthquake struck last October, Ms Rao flew to Islamabad and travelled to Muzaffarabad to assess the needs of the children there. She now has one school in the latter for 60 pupils, and one in a refugee camp on the outskirts of the capital for 90. I asked her why she had taken on this additional responsibility when she had enough headaches with her Karachi school. She replied simply: “Because the children needed schooling.”
Although she has a headmistress running the ‘One-Rupee School’, she has to do much of the work, from fund-raising to getting question papers photocopied. As there is no telephone at the school, her physical presence there is necessary for much of the week, taking her away from her own work. And the hour-long commute each way in heavy traffic needs all her concentration; her dream is to be able to hire a driver.
In most of the classrooms, the children sit on mats placed on the floor. The books in the bare library are stacked on tables as there are no book racks. Most of the illustrations in the rooms are drawings of cartoon characters done by students. An electricity connection is awaiting funds for a transformer.
Despite these and many other drawbacks, Parveen Rao is upbeat and serenely confident that she will be able to continue running her school. She sees this as a debt to society. For her, the children at her school deserve a chance. And although the facilities and the education are fairly basic, the only option these kids have is to go to the religious seminary that has begun operating in the area.
As we were driving back to town, I made a modest contribution to the school. Cheerfully, she accepted it, saying it would pay for the photocopying.
Saturday, February 04, 2006 at 11:03 PM Posted by Hami
Today In orkut i found this 'LOVE IS WHEN' and really liked a lot and here is i am sharing with u all guy.
LOVE IS WHEN u wake up,he is already on ur mind
LOVE IS WHEN u lost ur heart,he iz all that u can find
LOVE IS WHEN u want 2 be the 1 to dry his eyes
LOVE IS WHEN u see the truth in every 1 of his lies
LOVE IS WHEN u want 2 listen 2 all his whims and woes,
LOVE IS WHEN u want him 2 take care everywhere he goes.
LOVE IS WHEN he calls u,ur heart goes a flutter.....
LOVE IS WHEN u see him;"I LOVE HIM",u silently shutter
LOVE IS WHEN u tell the world that u love him so
LOVE IS WHEN u have told the world but "HE" does not know
LOVE IS WHEN ur eyes light up when u see him there...
LOVE IS ALSO WHEN u hear ur heart breaks,when he held hands with"her"
LOVE IS ALSO WHEN u crumbled inside when they say it will LAST FOREVER
LOVE IS ALSO WHEN u cry inside yet smile outside when they say "HI" 2 u
LOVE IS ALSO WHEN u held ur breath & said:"How do u do..?"
LOVE IS ALSO WHEN u let him go...u know he is happy now
LOVE IS ALSO WHEN u know u`ll get over him somehow
LOVE IS ALSO WHEN his happiness is what matters 2 u
LOVE IS ALSO WHEN u let him love her... and not love u true.
LOVE IS WHEN u`ll still love him..and still..he`ll never know...
LOVE IS WHEN u`ll swallow thw pain and slowly let go...
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Wednesday, February 01, 2006 at 11:17 PM Posted by Hami
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is toying with the idea of launching a television channel. The board has hired ex-PTV hand Ather Waqar Azim to carry out its feasibility report on the plan.
According to a report appeared in the Pakistani daily The Nation, the need for the PCB to have its own channel was felt after the state run PTV (Pakistan Television) informed the organisation that it would not be able to telecast domestic cricket as there was no commercial interest in it.
According to the report, PCB's channel will also telecast other sporting events.
Tags PCB Tv Channel, Pakistan Cricket Board plans to launch TV channel
at 11:17 PM Posted by Hami
Pakistan have won the series 1-0 with their biggest victory in Test Cricket in terms of runs. India, with the exception of Yuvraj, have displayed a pathetic batting performance for the 2nd time in the match, the Pakistani bowling was just exceptional!
Congratulations to Pakistan, Get the Score Card.
& worth visiting Picture Gallery.
'Man of the Match' was Kamran Akmal, his knock indeed was the turning point of the match, his innings came in when Pakistan was in a very bad shape!
Inzamam was all praise for his team that played stupendously well without him, he went onto say that his back is much better and he is very much in chance of playing in the One dayers!
Rahul Dravid gave due credit to Pakistan for this commendable performance and he admits that his team's batting let them down badly. He said that he is loking forward for the One-dayers!
Pak-Indian Records Check out this link for your knowledge
Sunday, January 29, 2006 at 2:13 AM Posted by Hami
Atlast urdu blogs are increasing number and we are getting more closer to our own language. Today I found this Urdu Blog somewhere and would like to share with you, it is owned by Shameel Qureshi and you can visit it by clicking here.
Friday, January 27, 2006 at 6:20 PM Posted by Hami
Venue: Arabian Sea Country Club, Karachi.
Date: 29th January, 2006
Timings: Entry timing: 6:30 pm
Canadian pop singer Bryan Adams is to perform at a fundraising concert for quake victims this month in Karachi, becoming the first Western pop star to play in Pakistan since the start of the "war on terror," organisers have announced.
"We want to show to the world that Pakistan is a friendly country and its people love music and Karachi is no more a troubled city," Iqbal said.
huge Arabian City club on the outskirts of Karachi, Iqbal said. He did not give any date for the show.
The co-host of programme is Zindgi (life) Trust, a charity organisation run by top Pakistani singer Shahzad Roy.
"This is the first time that an artist of Bryan Adam's calibre is coming to Pakistan," Roy said.
Adams, who is also popular among the educated Pakistani youth, had planned to visit Pakistan before the September 11 attacks but cancelled the trip after the attacks.It's Intresting Continue Reading →
Monday, January 23, 2006 at 9:20 PM Posted by Hami
While lurking here and there for reading stuff in orkut I found this site by a similiar name Hafsa, an avid writer.
Weblog of the Pakistani book-aholics, featuring must-reads, authors, reviews, events and in short, anything and everything related to books. Those interested in joining, please drop an email to pakbookblog[at]gmail[dot]com.
You can share your craze for books in this era of machines and instant knowledge. It's Intresting Continue Reading →
Monday, January 16, 2006 at 4:04 PM Posted by Hami
Sorry, its for urdu readers only!!!
Na Ye Chemistry Hoti , Na Mein Student Hota
Na Ye Lab. Hoti Na Ye Accident Hota
Abhi Practical Mein Aaye Nazar Ek Larki
Sundar Thi Naak Uski Test Tube Jaisi
Baton Mein Uski Glucose Ki Mithas Thi
Sanson Mein Ester Ki Khushbu Bhi Sath Thi
Aankhon Se Jhalakta Tha Kuch Is Taranh Ka Pyaar
Bin Piye Hi Ho Jata Tha Alcohol Ka Khumar
Benzene Sa Hota Tha Uski Presence Ka Ehsas
Andhere Mein Hota Tha Radium Ka Abhas
Nazrein Mileen, Reaction Hua
Kuch Is Taranh Love Ka Production Hua
Lagne Lage Us Ke Ghar Ke Chakkar Aise
Nucleus Ke Charon Taraf Electron Hon Jaise
Us Din Hamare Test Ka Confirmation Hua
Jab Uske Daddy Se Hamara Introduction Hua
Sun Kar Hamari Baat Woh Aise Uchal Pare
Ignesium Tube Mein Jaise Sodium Bharak Uthe
Woh Bole, Hosh Mein Aao, Pahchano Apni Auqat
Iron Mil Nahin Sakta Kabhi Gold Ke Sath
Ye Sun Kar Tuta Hamare Armanon Bhara Beaker
Aur Hum Chup Rahe Benzaldehyde Ka Karwa Ghoont Pi Kar
Ab Us Ki Yaadon Ke Siwa Hamara Kam Chalta Na Tha
Aur Lab Mein Hamare Dil Ke Siva Kuch Aur Jalta Na Tha
Zindagi Ho Gayee Unsaturated Hydrocarbon Ki Taranh
Aur Hum Phirte Hain Awara Hydrogen Ki Tarhan
Wednesday, January 11, 2006 at 6:35 PM Posted by Hami
Inzamam, you have done very well as a batsman and in the capacity of a captain in the recent series played against the English team. What are the factors that transformed our team into a fighting machine, like a bunch of hungry tigers?
“Bismillah hirrohama nirroaheem. Assalam o alaikum. First of all thanks to Allah my boys is play well in all match. No, we not hungry. We with much money and eat only halal meat all time”.
Do you give any credit to the coach for cleansing of atmosphere in the dressing room and doing away with the politics that was going on there?
“Thanks to Allah Bob Woolmer is England and good coach. His plots and schemes not real estate but game”.
Yes that we know. Do you have any specific comments to make?
“Thanks to Allah my bowlers is play well and too many youngsters in Pakistan”.
We see a remarkable change of attitude in Shoab Akhtar.
“Yea. Before he look girls in stadium now he look at balls. He look pictures of girls in his hotel room and lock door. Play himself good”.
What is your assessment of Danish Kaneria?
“Inshaallh he soon Mohammad Danish”.
It used to be you who did not run well between the wickets. Yousuf has become just as unsure in running ever since change of name.
“He now no shave and grow beard like many our good Muslim players”.
What about the individual performances with the bat?
“Thanks to Allah I play is well and all the other boys is play well”.
You have had weight problem for quite sometime.
“Yea. Weight no go so I keep beard. Fat and beard together make look good Muslim”.
Please comment on the first one-day-match at Qadafi stadium, Lahore. Why did we not perform to our optimum potential and lose the match?
“Thanks to Allah we loses match and England play well. Qadafi no more ex (axis) of evil. Only one Muslim country in ex evil top ranking at one time. Before Libya, after that Iraq and now Iran. Dick Checheneya and George bin Bush likes Libya but not Rums and field. Muslim drink no rums in field. Thanks to Allah we lose play not for rums drinking”.
Do you think the reason of us not catching up with their score was foggy and misty conditions that you had to face in the latter part of the day?
“Thanks to Allah our boys not see ball in fog and we not score like England (pause) England play good”.
Your comments on the England side.
“They is good side but only one Muslim. He shave and no beard. I think may be not from Bardford Shareef”.
Why did you not play in the final match?
“ I sit eitkaf in the dressing room ”.
The President was gracious to invite both the teams for tea. What did he talk to you about that evening?
“Lot of good foods (loud burp) Shukar Alhamdolillah.Yea, President talk me cricket and future play of the Q league. I say more matches in Q league make good batsman and bowler. A good full time faizotherpic for me need, also a permanent runner and a fielder. He say Sheikh Rashid and I say only in Pindi”.
Do you think a non-partisan like Woolmer can solve the problems of infighting within the Q league?
“Thanks to Allah I does not knows politics. Javed Miandad good politics”.
The President cancelled an important appointment with his tailor to attend the fourth and crucial match. That demonstrates not only his interest in sports in general but also how keenly he follows the game of cricket in particular. You must have been pleased to see him watch the game.
“Thanks to Allah he give money to boys. No other general need to bounce into cricket. They good in business and may be something else”.
What did he whisper to you at the award ceremony?
“He aankh maro and say, money give boys from the earthquake fund England give. He the England rob and rule us double century. Now we even score”.
Both the cricket teams have generously donated money to the cause of rehabilitation of the victims of the earthquake. That is a noble gesture.
“Thanks to Allah people die in earthquake. We meet earthquake people. I sorry many legbreaks (sigh)”.
It must have been a gut-wrenching experience to see the seriously injured, the traumatized and the maimed young kids.
“Thanks to Allah little childs hurt badly. Yea, our top-order Muslim do sin in sixes and fours making fastest centuries in every game. God angry and googly to bowl out old Kashmiri man, poor woman and childs for our bad play”.
The president has astutely offered to soften the LOC to facilitate the families parted for two generations, and to bring about peace in the region. Do you support the President on this issue?
“Yea, me and boys sportsman. Cricket good sport. President Mohammad Pervez Musharraf like sport. Thanks to Allah all Pakistani man, woman and babies like sport”.
We have Indian team visiting us soon after Christmas. We commonly perceive the cricket ground as a battlefield between the two warring nations. Does that fact put you under more pressure to win than when you play against teams from other countries?
“Thanks to Allah India enemy country. Mashaalalh we lose all other places but not cricket”.
It is a game we play and not fight a war to fly the green flag on Lal Qilla. Surely, playing and watching sports is just for entertainment and different from what happens on the front line, on the negotiation tables and International forums.
“Cricket good sport. I no likes war. Boys is no likes war, we friend in cricket all peoples”.
I found this article on Chowk, it is written after a good observation but it is a time to split Indian team as much we can though Inzamam is not so fluent in answering the questions asked from him in English Language.
What are your comments on it?
at 6:23 PM Posted by Hami
Tuesday, January 03, 2006 at 9:25 PM Posted by Hami
Happy Birthday to My Blog, a new year is here so as my blog completes its first year. This year i experienced a lot of things I have to do and dont. So happy Blogging to you guyz.It's Intresting Continue Reading →
at 8:47 PM Posted by Hami
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I am now back yeh again actually as soon as my exams ends I with my cousins decided to go Karachi, for some out there plus some shopping after a long burden of hectic work but you know what happened I got a high fever with some alergy also on my skin, making me and feeling lathargic, it looks like some kindog measles they are non-itching but irritating as It looks very bad in mirror, they are still resting on my skin but as soon as I felt some energy inside I decided to post this and wishing you Happy New Year as lately I was unable to do so fomr my bed.