Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Shocking News: Adult Leopard Killed in Dingle Village

An adult leopard has been killed behind Dingle Darbar (a village near Dadyal stadium) 28/12/2011

Tuesday, 27 December 2011

Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Short Poem about Dadyal





Dadyal mujh main hai chahay main Dadyal main hoon ya nahin,



unn galiyon main dharaktay dil mere dil se jurray huay hain,


saath samundar paar ya phir saath hazaar samundar paar,


woh log mere apnay hi hain jaisay main unn ka apna hoon...


Kehtay hain woh ke mere passport ka rang alag hai,


kehta hoon main ke dil se nikalta hai jo khoon us ka rang to dekho,


apnay shaher ko maine dekha hai...


khamoshi main, shor main, baarishon main,


toofanon main, hastay huay rotay huay dekha hai.....


Poori zindagi to nahin lekin chand lamhay to guzaray hain....


Dadyal ki awaaz sun raha hoon main....


aisa lagta hai ke koi apna mujhe pukaar raha hai....


Yeh awaaz ek pooray shaher ki hai.....


Kisi ek insaan ki to nahin....


Shaher kehta hai ke har kisi ko apna maano...


Chahay ameer ho ya gareeb......


tum jaisa ho ya alag....


paraya ho ya apna.....


door ho ya kareeb ho...


kyun kho gaye hain log choti choti baaton main...


yeh zameen keh rahi hai ke mere liye jiyo....


mere liye marro nahin....


marr ke to mere neechay hi aana hai....


upar ho to achay kaamon main zorr lagatay raho...


Dadyal main koi chota bara naa ho...


tab jaa ke yeh Dadyal ban jayega...


Sameer

Monday, 12 December 2011

Sunday, 11 December 2011

Pakistan Censors Text Messages

Telenor (Mobile) Head Office - Islamabad, Pakistan.



Pakistan's mobile operators have been told to block text messages containing any of over 1,600 "obscene" terms banned by the country's telecoms authority.

The list, including words from "quickie" to "fairy" to "Jesus Christ", was distributed on November 14th 2011 with operators given seven days to comply, but has met with widespread derision and a threat of legal action.

"There are more than 1,600 words in the list including indecent language, expletives, swear words, slang etc, which have to be filtered," an official at a telecoms firm said.

"The filtering is not good for the system and may degrade the quality of network services -- plus it would be a great inconvenience to our subscribers if their SMS was not delivered due to the wrong choice of words," he said.

Other words and phrases on the list of 1,695 terms, issued in English and Urdu, include "athlete's foot", "idiot" and "damn", as well as "deeper", "four twenty", "go to hell", "harder" and "looser".

PTA officials were unavailable to comment on the ban, which did not appear to have been implemented on Sunday as messages containing the words were still transmitted.

The letter accompanying the list says networks must also submit monthly reports on implementation.

Campaign group Bytes for All said it would challenge the order in court, saying it violated rights to free speech and privacy.

"We are now witnessing a new ruthless wave of moral policing in the digital communication sphere of Pakistan imposed by the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority," country coordinator Shahzad Ahmed told AFP.

"By developing extremely detailed lists of allegedly 'offensive' words and forcing telecom operators to filter them out to make our society moral and clean, PTA has not only made a mockery of itself but also of the entire country and its government," he added.

The move in the Muslim-majority country sparked derision from local Twitter users using the hashtag #PTAbannedlist.

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"Maybe all Pakistanis should keep sending expletive-filled text msgs every 10 minutes and wait for the networks to collapse," tweeted user Shoaib Taimur. Another Twitter user, Fariha Akhtar, posted: "Damage to #ebanking?" after the word "deposit" was discovered on the banned list.

"The #PTABannedList is also an excellent opportunity for our street language and slang to evolve and grow by coming up with newer abuses," tweeted blogger Shahid Saeed.

"Seriously, why aren't we protesting this ban? Jokes apart, they've banned words that have no vulgar implications whatsoever," tweeted Sara Muzzamil.

Several Twitter users also questioned the inclusion of several terms they have never heard of.

The word 'Butt' has been banned and one of the mobile companies has an executive with the surname Butt, so he will have to put a ban on the use of his own name in text messages.



Tuesday, 6 December 2011

 
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