Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Monday, 30 January 2012

Shahrukh Khan in Real life fight at Sanjay Dutt's Party

It was a fight that had a long history to it. On Sunday night-Monday morning at Aurus in the suburbs of Mumbai, Sanjay Dutt hosted a party to celebrate the success of his Kancha role and Agneepath.

Guests were having a ball when at around 4.30 am Shah Rukh Khan entered the venue straight after the Filmfare awards with three bodyguards. According to eyewitnesses, he was apparently in an inebriated condition.

Soon, he headed towards filmmaker Shirish Kunder and roughed him up.

Says an eyewitness, "We didn't know what was happening. We saw SRK enter. Then we saw him head towards Shirish from behind the director. SRK pulled Shirish down to the ground by his long hair. We were all shocked. We had never seen SRK behave this way before. Before anyone could react, Baba Dewan, the owner of Aurus ran in and intervened. SRK told Dewan to keep out. Dewan said the place belonged to him and he must intervene. The fight would've been prolonged had Sanjay Dutt not pulled SRK away from the ugly scene."

The shell-shocked Kunder apparently left immediately. We tried to probe the cause for Shah Rukh's provocation.

Says a source close to Kunder, "Shah Rukh was smarting since Kunder made a sarcastic comment on SRK's Ra.One when it released. But the immediate provocation was apparently a comment that Kunder made about SRK and Priyanka Chopra at the party that SRK overheard. But that is hogwash. Kunder didn't say anything about Priyanka. Why would he? Everyone was there to celebrate a success, not to create ugliness. "

Kunder and Shah Rukh have a history, of course. Kunder's wife Farah Khan was one of Shah Rukh's closest friends. They fell out a year back. Kunder, we believe, faced the brunt of SRK's pent-up wrath at Dutt's party.

Farah who was shooting all night for Bela Sehgal's Shirin Farhah Ki Nikal Padi got to know of the fight only when she returned home in the morning.

Shocked and hurt Farah says, "Shah Rukh has always told me that physical abuse is the worst way to sort out a problem, and that it means the person who's hitting has either a personal or professional crisis going on. It saddens me to see him doing the same."

A theory doing the rounds is that Sanjay Dutt too joined Shah Rukh to bash up Shirish Kunder.

Rubbishing this rumour, Dutt clarified, "I didn't join in the fight. I sorted out the fight between Shah Rukh and Kunder."

In a surprising turn of events, Shahrukh Khan has denied that he assaulted Farah Khan’s husband, filmmaker Shirish Kunder. Both Farah and her husband have gone on record confirming the assault so it is strange that King Khan denies the same. Talking about SRK’s attack, Kunder told a tabloid that “I was totally unprepared for this kind of an attack. If I was standing in some area where I would expect some goondaism, I would have been better prepared. But this is a classy party. Who would expect someone to jump on you from behind?” The director adds that Sanjay Dutt intervened to stop SRK’s attack. “I walked out of the party after that. He is taking out his personal frustrations on anyone he comes across.”

Teaser of latest Aamir Khan Film Talaash



Teaser released in January 2012. Incidentally this is the second time Kareena Kapoor is starring in a film with the name Talaash, previously she was in a film of the same name with Akshay Kumar. After the success of Dabangg, where Salman Khan shined, it's now time to see how this Khan performs as a cop.

Is Hard Work enough to make you Successful?

Once upon a time, a very strong woodcutter asked for a job with a timber merchant, and he got it. The pay was really good and so were the work conditions.

For that reason, the woodcutter was determined to do his best.
His boss gave him an axe and showed him the area where he was supposed to work. The first day, the woodcutter brought 21 trees.

“Congratulations,” the boss said. “Go on that way!”

Very motivated by the boss’ words, the woodcutter tried harder the next day but he only could bring 17 trees.

The third day he tried even harder, but he only could bring 10 trees.

Day after day he was bringing less and less trees.

“I must be losing my strength”, the woodcutter thought.
He went to the boss and apologized, saying that he could not understand what was going on.

“When was the last time you sharpened your axe?” The boss asked. “Sharpen? I had no time to sharpen my axe.
I have been very busy trying to cut trees.

Moral: Just hard work is not enough to achieve success. Work smart and with the right attitude to achieve success in life.

Saturday, 28 January 2012

Pakistan defeat England in Abu Dhabi 2nd Test 28/01/12

Pakistan wins Test Series against England after taking a 2-0 lead in a 3-match series. After years of seeing the team struggle and lose against England, especially in Test cricket, this is a great moment for Pakistan Cricket fans. It comes as a great relief for Pakistan, especially after the match-fixing controversy which took place the last time these sides met in a Test series. The incident in 2010 which led to a few Pakistani players being put behind bars (rightly so) ruined the image of Pakistan cricket and damaged the reputation of Cricket as a sport. Pakistan proved that they don't need dishonest players, no matter how good they are, they'd rather lose with honesty than have corrupted players. Thanks to Allah, the honest players took over the team and they have given the Pakistan flag a reason to fly high today!

It has come at an amazing time, England are ranked as number one Test team in the world and Pakistan are much lower in the rankings, England don't know what has hit them. England have arguably the best batting side in the world, if we consider not only skill, but also temperament and attitude. A superb, memorable and historic win for Pakistan and a great day for fans of Test Cricket.

Misbah deserves a lot of credit, he has a different attitude, a unique style, he sticks to his plans despite criticism. The 'stay out there and struggle' attitude shown by Asad Shafiq and Azhar Ali is what kept the game within reach, that is rare for a Pakistani side to show fight especially in the batting department. Brilliant spin bowling, I don't think technique or talent can save a batsman too often when the bowling is of that standard. 

Sameer Hussain

Thursday, 26 January 2012

Wednesday, 25 January 2012

LRBT Free Eye Hospital in Dadyal

A modern eye hospital in one of the buildings of Iftikhar Memorial Trust in which the underprivileged are given free eye treatment. The hospital is equipped with the latest machinery and specialist doctors.






Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Hum Kis Taraf Jaa Rahay Hain Zindagi Main

Aisa kyun hota hai ke burrai itni aam ho jaati hai ke log us ko acha samajh leytay hain aur us ke galat honay pe sawaal bhi karnay lagtay hain.

Ek banda shuru karta hai, doosra picha chal parta hai, phir aur log bhi burray kaamon main lag jaatay hain, aisay main har koi burrai main shaamil ho jaata hai...

Sachai to yeh hai, ke agar saari duniya ke log ek saath mil kar bhi kisi galat kaam ko kartay hain, to woh phir bhi galat hi rahega, sahi nahin ho jaata.

Hum apnay armanon ke pichay jitna chaahay bhaag leyn, lekin aakhir main hum bhaagtay hi reh jaayenge....Lakhon croroan jhoot sach ko chupa nahin saktay, khud ko tasalli deynay se koi galat kaam acha nahin ho jaata...

Hum yeh bhool jaatay hain ke dhoka to hum usi ko de rahay hain jisay hum aainay main dekhtay hain.

Humain seekhna hoga, apnay aap se sawal karnay hongay, khwahishon ke ghulam naa bano, samaaj ke ghulam naa bano. Apnay andar se nikalo us behtreen insaan ko jo aap ban saktay hain, khwahishon ke samundar main dhoob naa jao, khud ko dhoka naa do, galat raastay pe chal kar yeh mat socho ke sab teek ho jayega.

Aankhein kholo, aur dekho kya sahi hai, kya galat hai, kya acha hai, kya burra hai, kis cheez se bachna hai, zindagi aap ki hai, aap ko is ki hifazat karni hogi.

Main kabhi kabhi sochta hoon, ke log doosron ke peechay aisay hi chal partay hain, yeh bhi nahin sochtay ke kahan jaa rahay hain, hum bhaag rahay hain lekin yeh nahin pata ke manzil kya hai.

Sameer Hussain - Admin Dadyal Online

Why do we follow the crowd without knowing where it's going?

How does something bad spread and then become common to the extent that people question why it was labelled as wrong in the first place?

One person starts it, another imitates, then a few more follow, before we know it, everybody starts doing it.....

The reality is that everybody in the world can get together and do something wrong, but it still won't become right. We can chase our desires as much as we like but eventually we will be left chasing. A million lies cannot hide or cover up the truth, pretending to change the rules doesn't change them. Convincing ourselves that there is nothing wrong with something that is wrong, will not make it right..

What we don't realise is that the only person we are fooling is the one we see in the mirror.

We have to constantly learn to question ourselves, don't let yourself be a slave of your desires or a slave of society, be the person that you deserve to be. Bring out the best person that you can be, don't let yourself fade away in the ocean of loss....don't fool yourself and continue on the wrong path by saying everything will be alright. Don't live in an illusion, open your eyes and see what is wrong and what is right, what is good and what should be avoided, it's your life, be in control.

I sometimes wonder, why do people like to follow others without realising where they might end up? Why are we racing without seeing the finishing line?

Sameer Hussain - Admin Dadyal Online

Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Kaaghaz Qalam aur Main - Urdu Shayari



Kaaghaz, Qalam aur Main
Jab bhi ek saath hotay hain
Kuch Aisa Kaam Kerte Hein...
Main Apni Rooh Ke Goshon Se
Lafz Talaash Kerti Hoon…
Qalam Unn Sabhi Lafzon Ko Bikhair Deta Hai…


Aur Kaaghaz Unhen Samait Leta Hai…
Bas Yahi Kaam Kerte Hein,,
Sabhi Ache Lafz Chunn Ker
Tumhara Naam Likhte Hein…!!


Monday, 16 January 2012

Sunday, 15 January 2012

Saturday, 14 January 2012

Youngest Microsoft Professional Arfa Karim passes away at the age of 16

LAHORE: The youngest Microsoft professional, Arfa Karim passes away at the age of 16 in a Lahore hospital on Saturday (14/01/12), DawnNews reported.

Arfa fell desperately ill last month and doctors say she has suffered brain damage, leaving her in a coma at the Combined Military Hospital (CMH) in Lahore.

She was suffering from idiopathic epilepsy seizures which led to brain damage. The medical experts say the epilepsy can be caused by various infectious and non-infectious diseases but in idiopathic epilepsy no underlying disease of the brain or body can be identified in the early or short investigations. Arfa became the youngest Microsoft professional after completing her MCP in 2004 at the age of only 9. Upon completing her course, Microsoft owner Bill Gates invited her to visit the company’s headquarters in the US. Software Development Division Vice President Somasegar also acknowledged her achievement in his blog.

Arfa was studying at the Lahore Grammar School`s Paragon Campus for her A Levels. She also received numerous awards and gold medals from private and government institutions for her achievement.

She received the Fatima Jinnah Gold Medal in the field of science and technology in 2005, besides the Salaam Pakistan Youth Award. She has also received President’s Award for Pride of Performance. She was invited to Microsoft Headquarters again in November 2006 as a part of the keynote session in the Tech-Ed Developers conference held in Barcelona. Her funeral will be held at Cavalry Ground Lahore on Sunday, said Arfa’s father.

Reported by Dawn News

Friday, 13 January 2012

AJK Government may go back on Medical College admission policy

MUZAFFARABAD, Jan 7 2012: The AJK government may go back on its repeated affirmations regarding admissions to the two budding medical colleges, allegedly under the pressure of some cabinet members who want to please their electorate at the cost of merit, Dawn has learnt.

The two medical colleges – recently opened in Muzaffarabad and Mirpur – have a total of 200 seats. Of them, the executive committee of both colleges, headed by the AJK chief secretary, had reserved 150 seats for candidates from AJK to be filled through open merit. The remaining 50 seats were reserved for candidates hailing from the four provinces, Gilgit-Baltistan, Fata, Islamabad territory, Indian-held Kashmir, and overseas Kashmiris.

AJK Prime Minister Chaudhry Abdul Majeed had himself constantly declared that admissions would be given on ‘open merit’ and there would not be any special quota for any area or government functionary. However, according to sources, some ministers had pressurised him to back-pedal on the issue and introduce quota system for admissions.

“The U-turn has been precipitated by intense pressure from the ministers who want to gratify their voters at the cost of merit,” said the sources.According to the new proposal, 10 seats in each college would be filled through ‘open merit’ and the remaining 130 seats allocated for AJK nationals would be distributed among all its districts under the quota system. The proposal, which is yet to be notified, has sent shock waves among students who have secured more than 80 per cent marks in FSc but are losing hope of securing admission under the quota system.

On Friday, a delegation of these students met Chief Secretary Mohammad Shehzad Arbab and called upon him to ensure that merit reigned supreme in admissions in accordance with a landmark decision of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. According to Fatima Abdullah, one of the students, the chief secretary appeared to be in agreement with their viewpoint but expressed his helplessness in the face of alleged political pressure. “The government has been claiming day in, day out that admissions will be given purely on merit. It is strange why it is going back on its words,” she said.

Another student, Komal Manzoor, said: “We are not demanding any extraordinary favour but something which is our fundamental right.” The meeting of pro-merit students with the chief secretary coincided with a demonstration by nearly three dozen students from Neelum valley against the ‘open merit’ admission policy for the medical colleges. “We want allocation of quota for Neelum valley and other areas in medical colleges,” they demanded. However, pro-merit students pointed out that most of the pro-quota demonstrators were living or studying in urban areas and hence did not deserve admissions through the back door.

“In our class alone there were nearly two dozen students from Neelum and Hattian districts who enjoyed same educational facilities and it will not be fair to give them admissions under the cover of quota system,” said Madeeha Ijaz, a student of Science Model College. Fatima Abdullah told Dawn that pro-merit students would stage a rally on Monday to highlight their viewpoints. “If we deem it necessary, we will also file a petition in the AJK High Court to seek directions for the government to abolish quota system,” she said. It has been learnt that the medical colleges’ executive committee was also scheduled to meet on Monday to discuss the issue.

When contacted, AJK prime minister’s spokesperson Murtaza Durrani confirmed that the government had decided to introduce district-wise quota system to accommodate students from all areas of Azad Kashmir and Kashmiri refugees.

“However, 10 per cent of total seats would be given on open merit,” he said.— Tariq Naqqash

News Report by Dawn.com

 
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