Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Pakistan needs your help

  Essential Non Food Items for a family of 7 As you must be aware, the floods that struck Pakistan last month continue to wreak havoc as rains continue. To give you a brief idea,

· More than 20 million Pakistanis have been affected by this catastrophe. That means one out of every 9 Pakistanis has been affected

· One fifth of the country is submerged; millions are without shelter, food and other items of basic survival

· The damage to infrastructure, land not to mention hundreds of lives lost makes this calamity bigger than the 2004 Tsunami, 2005 Kashmir Earthquake and the 2010 Haiti Earthquake combined

Please visit the following links so that you can see for yourself photos narrating the extent of damage done, the impact it has had on the country and the state of the affectees:

· http://mobilinkfoundation.org/flood/flood_relief.html

· http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/08/severe_flooding_in_pakistan.html

· http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/08/continuing_pakistani_floods.html

What is Mobilink doing?Kitchen Utensils for a Family of 7

Through our philanthropic arm, Mobilink Foundation, we responded to the catastrophe with urgency. I would like to share that Mobilink was among the first private sector organizations to set up a fund of Rs. 85 million for Flood Relief efforts with the support of our parent company Orascom Telecom Holding. In addition, Mobilink employees have contributed more than Rs. 6.5 million from their salaries, through collection points and funds raised through friends and family. Moreover, Orascom has also launched an International Campaign to raise awareness and funds for Pakistan Flood Relief Activities.

A key driver in our efforts is employee volunteerism. Currently we have a cross functional team involving Marketing, CSR, Sales, HR, Admin, Security, Finance and Sales all working together in their respective regions to identify and serve the flood affectees be it from procuring aid items to coordinating delivery to packing and loading them onto trucks. With the expertise of our field staff, our aim is to scope out and cater to areas where aid has not reached. We are also coordinating with relief organizations and the armed forces for distribution on ground where required.

To date, Mobilink Foundation has reached out to more than 41,500 individuals affected by the floods in far-flung areas including surroundings of Multan, Muzaffargarh, Nowshera, Charsadda, Swat, Sukkur, D.I. Khan as well as smaller towns and villages across Pakistan. To learn more about how we are utilizing these funds with the help of our employees and volunteer force in coordination with organizations on ground, you can visit http://mobilinkfoundation.org/flood_relief.php. Dry Food Rations for a Family of 7 costing $40

About Mobilink Foundation

Established in December 2007, the Foundation is Mobilink’s philanthropic arm and is a non-profit organization driven by Mobilink employees. The Foundation’s audit report for the year ended December 31st 2009 is also attached.

As one of the largest private sector organizations in the country, Mobilink has always been at the forefront in supporting our fellow citizens in times such as these. We have an experienced team who have been a part of Mobilink’s efforts in the 2005 earthquake, Balochistan floods and more recently the support of Internally Displaced Persons of Swat and Buner, as well as a generous employee and subscriber base that makes us ideally positioned to deliver effectively. To view the documentary on Mobilink Camp for IDPs established for 1,000 families visit http://www.mobilinkgsm.com/csr/idp.php

Donate to Mobilink Foundation

If you have not donated yet, you can donate to Mobilink Foundation now. To remit money to the Mobilink Foundation account, refer to attached PDF.

Please feel free to write to mobilinkfoundation@mobilink.net in case of queries.

Just to give you an idea, a $40 contribution will enable us to provide dry food rations to a family of 7 for at least 2 weeks. Each $100 is sufficient to provide a family basic utensils such as pots, pans, mats, cloth, jerry cans and so on.

This is a moment that calls upon us to come forward and respond to this emergency. While relief organizations, private sector and individuals are showing tremendous spirit, unfortunately, only a fraction of the affectees are within reach of emergency aid. In the same spirit, at Mobilink we are doing everything we can and in this critical hour, we need all the help we can get. I hope that you will look deep into your heart and pockets.

Please note, every rupee, every dollar, every prayer counts.

pakistan flood relief intl donations

mobilink foundation financial report 2009


5 most undefined things of girls..

1) Tum na bahut wo ho
(now what the hell is 'wo') =))

2) Mujhe tumse ye umeed nahi thi
(no one will ever know what was their 'umeed') :/

3) Tum pehle jaise nahi rahe
(they will themselves change u as time passes and then throw this dialogue) >:O

4) Sach batana, mai kaisi lag rahi hun
(do dey really mean when they say 'sach batana') =D

5) I am very selfish na
(and they want you to say dear u r selfish) :D


From: Wishal Aemal

Monday, August 30, 2010

survey

A world-wide UN survey was conducted.
The question was:
Would U plz give ur honest opinion about d shortage of food in the rest of the world?
The survey was a failure Bcoz in Africa people dont know what "food" is!
China they dont know what "opinion" is!
in Europe they dont know what "shortage" is!
Paki's dont know what "honest" means!
Saudi's dont know what "please" is & in USA ppl did'nt know what the "rest of the world" Is..! :D

From: Asim Shehzad

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Will we have an extravagant Iftari tonight?

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A few days back few of my gym pals suggested let’s go for iftari at Pir Sohawa. First thought as a “human” that came to my mind while fasting was wow a scrumptious meal at picturesque Pir Sohawa!! An instant second thought was I am going to spend Rs 1000 if not less at a restaurant, where I will end up overeating and having a heavy feeling, when there are millions in my country who perhaps may have no meal tonight, why not donate that to the relief efforts going on in flood affected areas. With that I said to my friends; hey buddies plz give me Rs 1000 each that you were to spend on iftari let’s pool that money and give it to a relief camp, and that is what we just did. I enjoyed a decent iftari at home with my family instead.
I am sure we have had lot of iftari’s, amazing one’s in life and we will have a lot more INSHALLAH! But this Ramzan can we try to cut down on our extravagant life style and pitch in for our fellow countrymen in need? They need your help, so please help. Let’s forget about who is doing what, the need of the time is what can “I” do myself, how can “I” contribute. Because together all I’s become “We”.
I post here a link where you can find all the credible sources where you can donate. Every penny counts, make yourself count.
http://tribune.com.pk/story/33675/flood-crisis-how-to-help/
Thanks for your time and reading through.

From: Syed Ali Moazzam


Mobilink relief convoys on the move!

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As we are now entering in to the second phase of our relief efforts, we need clothes for children, women and men to be donated for the flood affectees.

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You and your family & friends can also donate clothes at the Collection points set up by Security team and Mobilink Foundation Torchbearers.

 Recent Updates:

 In North region, 4 trucks carrying 1000 ready to eat packets, left for Peshawar last night. The relief convoy led by sales and security teams will be distributing the relief goods among the flood affectees of Matta, Mingora Swat today.

 In Central region, the relief convoy carrying 300 complete food ration packs and 250 hygiene kits will be distributed by Customer Care team, Security and Torchbearers team in Kot Mithan and Rajanpur with help of the Pakistan Army today.

 Mobilink Foundation has been granted the status of Non-Profit Organization by the Federal Board of Revenue, Pakistan. Now onwards, all the donors can claim tax credit against the donations given to Mobilink Foundation and all such donations are allowable expense for the purpose of Income Tax.

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In South region, 500 ready to eat food packs will be distributed among 3,500 individuals affected by flood in the Sukkur and its surrounding areas with help of the Pakistan Air Force over the weekend.

http://mobilinkgsm.com


Funny Oxymorons

An oxymoron is usually defined as a phrase in which two words of contradictory meaning are brought together:-

1) Clearly misunderstood

2) Exact Estimate

3) Small Crowd

4) Act Naturally

5) Found Missing

6) Fully Empty

7) Pretty ugly

8) Seriously funny

9) Only choice

10) Original copies

And the Mother of all......

11) Happily Married...

From: Umair Sami

Have you helped out the flood victims yet?

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Recent Updates:

 In Central region, a relief goods convoy carrying 550 hygiene left from Islamabad yesterday. The relief items were successfully distributed among the flood victims in Dera Ghazi Khan and its surrounding areas today.

 The second convoy of relief goods carrying 300 complete food ration packs and 250 hygiene kits will be distributed by Customer Care team, Security and Torchbearers team in Kot Mithan and Rajanpur with help of the Pakistan Army tomorrow.

 Upcoming:

 In South region, 500 ready to eat food packs will be distributed among 3,500 individuals affected by flood in the Sukkur and its surrounding areas on Friday with help of the Pakistan Air Force.

 In North region, 1,000 ready to eat food packs sufficient for 7,000 individuals will be distributed in Swat and surrounding areas with the help of the Pakistan Army on Saturday. The relief convoy will be led by Sales, Security and Torchbearers team.

 Another relief convoy led by Sales, Security and Torchbearers team carrying 500 dry food ration packs adequate for 3,500 individuals for a month will be distributed with help of the Pakistan Army in Charsadah and surrounding areas on Saturday.

You and your family & friends can also donate relief goods for flood victims in kind at the Collection points set up by Security team and Mobilink Foundation Torchbearers.

http://mobilinkgsm.com


Saturday, August 28, 2010

graveyard

Realistic sentence written on the gate of a Graveyard.

"This place is full of those people who thought that the world cannot run without them."

From: Hassan Lodhi

Friday, August 27, 2010

ping pong

One man had a child

1 year later - man asked the child-what gift do u want?
child said
ping pong ball
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2'nd b'day-
Father- what gift you want?
Son - ping pong ball
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24th bday
Father- what gift you want?
Son - ping pong ball
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he got married
at honeymoon
Wife-what do u want?
Husband-ping pong ball
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25th bday
Wife - what gift you want?
Husband-ping pong ball
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30th bday
Wife - what gift you want?
Husband-ping pong ball
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his kids become 15 yrs old
40th bday
kids- Father what gift you want?
Father - ping pong ball
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79th b'day
kids- Father what gift you want?
Father - ping pong ball
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Time for his death

all the people from whom he took ping pong balls
came to him and asked
Why did you ask for ping pong balls all the time?
he said.
I asked for a ping pong ball on every b'day because
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And he died... before he could tell the Reason...
What a tragedy! What a tragedy!!

From: Salman Ilyas

Thursday, August 26, 2010

pepsi

Jawab dene wale ko 5000 rupe ka inaam..
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Q. Kis ne kaha tha k pepsi pe 5 rupey kam kardo?


From: Farhad Karamally

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Self Appraisal :D

A little boy went to a telephone booth which was at the cash counter of a store and dialed a number.
The store-owner observed and listened to the conversation:
Boy : "Lady, Can you give me the job of cutting your lawn?
Woman : (at the other end of the phone line) "I already have someone to cut my lawn."
Boy : "Lady, I will cut your lawn for half the price than
the person who cuts your lawn now."
Woman : I'm very satisfied with the person who is presently cutting my lawn.
Boy : (with more perseverance) "Lady, I'll even sweep the floor and the stairs of your house for free.
Woman : No, thank you.
With a smile on his face, the little boy replaced the receiver. The store-owner, who was listening to all this, walked over to the boy.
Store Owner : "Son... I like your attitude; I like that positive spirit and would like to offer you a job."
Boy : "No thanks,
Store Owner : But you were really pleading for one.
Boy : No Sir, I was just checking my performance at the job I already have. I am the one who is working for that lady I was talking to!"

This is called
"Self Appraisal"

 

From: Muhammad Umer Shahzad


BCD Marketing Update: Inifinity WIMAX Double Data/GB Offer!

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Mobilink BCD exceeds customer expectations by providing them the most reliable and cutting edge Broadband Internet solutions. We are far ahead of the technology curve, keeping our customers abreast of the latest in Internet connectivity trends with our cutting edge services. In the same vein, we take note of competitor offerings on priority basis to match and even exceed them, so that our customers get only the best and most competitive service packages from us.

Now, to meet the objective of making our services both affordable and lucrative for our customers while outdoing the competition in customer retention and brand recall, we have doubled the GB / data limit on all Mobilink Infinity WIMAX packages. This increase in data limit is for one month and without any change in the original package tariff.

Double GB Offer:

PACKAGE SPEED

CURRENT MONTHLY DATA LIMIT

NEW MONTHLY DATA LIMIT

i-512K Basic

7 GB

14 GB

i-512K Optimum

15 GB

30 GB

i-1M Basic

7 GB

14 GB

i-1M Optimum

15 GB

30 GB


Important:

  • This is a limited time promotion.
  • This offer is valid for both new and existing customers.
  • Data limits of existing customers have already been doubled.
  • This offer is valid till 16th September 2010.

At the end of this offer, data limits will automatically revert back to original limits.

Web: www.mobilinkinfinity.com


Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Iftar-o-Sahr Timing ~ 13th Ramadan!

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20020521 - Aamde Rasool - Faisalabad - Maulana Tariq Jameel - Audio Lecture


20020529 - Allah ki Talash - Kot Addu - Maulana Tariq Jameel - Audio Lecture


20020411 - Allah ka Inam - Bori Wala - Maulana Tariq Jameel – Audio Lecture


20020101 - Allah ki Shan - Kot Addu - Maulana Tariq Jameel - Audio Lecture


Mobilink reaches out to more than 40,000 flood affectees!

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Recent Updates:

 

In North region, 4 trucks carrying 450 hygiene kits and 615 ready to eat food packs left for  Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region on Sunday. The relief items will be distributed among flood affectees of Dera Ismail Khan and surrounding areas today.

 

In Central region, 500 ready to eat food packs were delivered to Jampur, near Dera Ghazi Khan. These relief items were distributed among the affected families with help of the Pakistan Army today.

 

Moreover, the first batch of 450 hygiene kits was distributed among the flood affectees in Multan and Muzaffargarh with help of the Pakistan Army over the weekend.

 

The second batch of relief good containing 500 food packs along with 6,000 bottles of water will be distributed in Multan and surrounding areas today.

 

 

Upcoming:

 

In Central region, 350 food ration packs will be distributed in Shujaabad and Dera Ghazi Khan with the help of Security teams in next few days.

 

Another batch of 500 ready to eat food items will be delivered to the Pakistan Army for onward distribution in Dera Ghazi Khan and Rojhan area in this week.

 

In South region, 1600 hygiene kits in batches will be distributed among families affected by flood in the Sukkur and its surrounding areas in this entire week.


ramzan

David n Michael were lost in Sahara desert
Dey were dying of thirst wn dey came upon an oasis n saw a masjid
David said2 Michael:Look, let's pretend we r Muslims, otherwise
we'll nt get any food or drink.I'm going 2call myself "Mubashir"
Michael refused 2change his name n said:I'll not pretend2 b other than bt what I am"
Imam of mosque received both well n askd about their names
David said:"My name is Mubashir"
Michael said :"My name is Michael"
Imam turned2 his helpers n said:
"Please bring some food n water 4 Michael only"
Then he turned to the other n said: salam brother Mubashir! Ramadan Mubarak! :D

From: Wishal Aemal

Monday, August 23, 2010

roza

Jo Marzi shakal bana Lain
:) Smily
(!_!) Cry
(';') Angry
(':') Bore
('-') Proud
('o') Hungry
(",) Happy
('?') Confused
(-.-) Slepy
Roza to 6:44 pY HE khulega.

From: Fatima Bilal

Iftar-o-Sahr Timing ~ 12th Ramadan!

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Need your Support

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P&G Ariel has set up clothes collection points at Metro Store Outlets in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Faisalabad in order to provide the flood affected families with clean clothes.
An Ariel Laundry Station is set up at Metro Karachi where all donated clothes will be washed, packed and distributed amongst flood affected people. We need your help to provide as many clean clothes to the affected. All you need to do is drop them off at any of above mentioned Metro Outlets.
Please share this with your friends and extend your support to this cause.

From: Asim Imtiaz


21st Century:-

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Our Comunication
Wireless

Our cooking
Fireless

Our food
Fatless

Our women
Sleeveless

Our youth
Jobless

Our relation
Loveless

Our attitude
Careless

Our politics
Shameless

Our arguments
Baseless

Bcoz
Our life is
ISLAM LESS
Think !

From: Fatima Bilal

Sunday, August 22, 2010

judge

Jaj, Mujrim se: batao tumhari aakhri kuwahish kia hai?'


Mujrim':' Aik mobile Nokia N73,"
5 karror rupe",
Aap ki beti se shadi,
U.S.A ka viza",
2 saal ka haneymoon,"
6,7 bache jo aap ko nana nana kahen aur mujhe papa", aur main
Un sab ki shadi karwa don us k baad aap jo fasila do mujhe manzoor hoga".

Juj:' hahahahaha meri koi beti he nai.' .'
Tanggo iss nu."


From: Mona Najam

good morning

Moon is Doobing,

Sun is Nikling,

Birds r Chilaing,

Hens r Kukrukruing,

Flowrs r Khusbuing,

Peakoks r Naching,

Al r kahing

GUDMORNING
&
U Still Soying :)


From: Mona Najam

Saturday, August 21, 2010

201008 - Flood


20100810 - Mobilink Arm Wrestling Competition

 

-urShadow


20100611 - NUST Open House 2010

 

-urShadow


Challenge for U

Correct the spelling and solve these anagrams.

1. ANLKAAR
(City name)
2. MENEY
(Country name)
3. NOPE
(Profession)
4. EODAFHRE
(Body part name)
5. FLDADFIO
(Flower name)
6. TARNPHE
(Animal name)
7. VAGUA (Furit)
8. ABCABEG
(Vegetable)
9. GIONID
(Colour)











Ans:


1. Larkana, 2. Yemen, 3. Peon, 4.Forehead ,5.Daffodil , 6. Phentar, 7. Guava, 8. Cabeage, 9. Indigo

From: Bina Aslam

Dr. Phil's test

Don't peek, but begin the test as you
scroll down and answer.
Answers are for who you are now
and not who
you were in the past.  Have pen or pencil
and paper ready..

It's only 10 Simple questions, so grab a pencil and paper, keeping track of your letter answers to each question.

Ready?
Begin.
1. When do you feel your best...

A)  in the morning
B)  during the afternoon and early evening
C)  late at night
2.  You usually walk...
A)  fairly fast, with long steps
B)  fairly fast, with little steps
C)  less fast head up, looking the world in the face
D)  less fast, head
down
E)  very slowly
3. When talking to people you...
A)  stand with your arms folded
B)  have your hands clasped
C)  have one or both your hands on your hips
D)  touch or push the person to whom you are talking
E)  play with your ear, touch your chin, or smooth your hair
4.. When relaxing, you sit with...
A)   your knees bent with your legs neatly side by side
B)  your legs crossed
C)  your legs stretched out or straight
D)  one leg curled under you
5.  When something really amuses you, you react with...
A)  big appreciated laugh
B)  a laugh, but not a loud one
C)  a quiet chuckle
D)  a sheepish smile
6.  When you go to a party or social gathering you...
A)  make a loud entrance so everyone notices you
B)  make a quiet entrance, looking around for someone you know
C)  make the quietest entrance, trying to stay unnoticed
7.  You're working very hard, concentrating hard, and you're interrupted...
A)  welcome the break
B)  feel extremely irritated
C)  vary between these two extremes
8.  Which of the following colors do you like most.....
A)  Red or orange
B)  black
C)  yellow or light blue
D)  green
E)  dark blue or purple
F)  white
G)  brown or gray
9.  When you are in bed at night, in those last few moments before going to sleep you are...
A)  stretched out on your back
B)  stretched out face down on your stomach
C)  on your side, slightly curled
D)  with your head on one arm
E)  with your head under the covers
10.  You often dream that you are...
A)  falling
B)  fighting or struggling
C)  searching for something or somebody
D)  flying or floating
E)  you usually have dreamless sleep
F)  your dreams are always pleasant

POINTS:

1.  (a) 2     (b) 4     (c) 6
2.  (a) 6     (b) 4     (c) 7     (d) 2     (e) 1

3.  (a) 4     (b) 2     (c) 5     (d) 7     (e) 6
4.  (a) 4     (b) 6
    (c) 2     (d) 1
5.  (a) 6     (b) 4     (c) 3     (d) 5     (e) 2
6.  (a) 6     (b) 4     (c) 2
7.  (a) 6     (b) 2     (c) 4
8.  (a) 6     (b) 7     (c) 5     (d) 4     (e) 3     (f) 2     (g) 1
9.  (a) 7     (b) 6     (c) 4     (d) 2     (e ) 1
10 (a) 4     (b) 2     (c) 3     (d) 5     (e) 6     (f) 1



Now add up the total number of points.


OVER 60 POINT:
Others see you as someone they should 'handle with care'.  You're seen as vain, self-centered, and who is extremely dominant.  Others may admire you, wishing they could be more like you, but don't always trust you, hesitating to become too deeply involved with you.

51 TO 60 POINTS
:  Others see you as an exciting, highly volatile, rather impulsive personality, a natural leader, who's quick to make decisions, though not always the right ones.  They see you as bold and adventuresome, someone who will try anything once, some one who takes chances and enjoys an adventure.  They enjoy being in your company because of the excitement you radiate.


41 TO 50 POINTS
:  Others see you as fresh, lively, charming, amusing, practical, and always interesting, someone who's constantly in the centre of attention, but sufficiently well balanced not to let it go to their head.  They also see you as kind, considerate, and understanding, someone who'll always cheer them up and help them out.
31 TO 40 POINTS:
  Others see you as sensible, cautious, careful & practical.  They see you as clever, gifted, or talented , but modest.  Not a person who makes friends too
quickly or easily, but someone who's extremely loyal to friends you do make and who expects the same loyalty in return.  Those who really get to know you, realize it takes a lot to shake your trust in your friends, but equally that it takes you a long time to get over if that trust is ever broken.
21 TO 30 POINTS:
  Your friends see you as painstaking and fussy.  They see you as very cautious, extremely careful, a slow and steady plodder.  It would really surprise them if you ever did something impulsively

or on the spur of the moment, expecting you to examine everything carefully from every angle and then, usually decide against it. They think this reaction is caused partly by your careful nature..
UNDER 21
POINTS:
   People think you are shy, nervous, and indecisive, someone who needs looking after, who always wants someone else to make the decisions and who doesn't want to get involved with anyone or anything! They see you as a worrier who always sees problems that don't exist.  Some people think you're boring.  Only those who know you well, know that you aren't.

 

My Score is 35.

Zabi’s Score is 51.

Put ur score in the comments.

-urShadow


Flood in River Swat at Behrain


Friday, August 20, 2010

Orascom Mobilizes for Flood Relief Support!

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While we are doing everything we can, our country needs all the help it can get.

Our parent company Orascom Telecom Holding yesterday launched an International Campaign to raise awareness and funds for Pakistan Flood Relief Activities.

This is in addition to the Rs. 85 million fund set up with the support of Orascom for flood relief efforts already underway through the Mobilink Foundation.

The campaign calls upon donors to channel funds to relief organizations including Mobilink Foundation. For details on international donation, pls visit http://mobilinkfoundation.org/flood_relief.php


Iftar-o-Sahr Timing ~ 9th Ramadan!

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beggar

1 beggar 2 another: I had a grand dinr @ PC ystdy.

How? d odr askd.

1st: Sm1 gave me Rs 100 ystdy.I went 2 PC n ordrd dinr worth Rs 1500 n enjoyd it.Wen d bill came,i said I hd no money. d PC mngr handed me ovr 2a policeman.I gave him Rs 100 n he set me free.


From: Khurram Naveed

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Iftar-o-Sahr Timing ~ 8th Ramadan!

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FUTURE PLANNING

Once an oldman
was waiting 4 a train sitting
at a bench.
A young boy
came to him & asked the time.
0ldman refused
to tell the time
Boy insisted
again and again
But the oldman denied again & again.
Boy asked the reason?
Oldman said
If i tell you the time, then
u will ask about me
my name
job etc
Then
I will ask about u
both of us will be frank.
By chance u
may get a seat with me.
Then u may get down at my station.
My daughter will come to recieve me.
She will meet u
She is beautiful
U may fall in love with her
she too
Then
she may insist me to marry u
&
I am sorry
I don't want such a poor son-in-law
who doesn't even have his own watch to see the
time


From: Mona Najam

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Iftar-o-Sahr Timing ~ 7th Ramadan!

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Google: Responding to the Pakistan floods

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Pakistan has been struck by the worst flooding in its recorded history. The latest estimate of people affected by the flood exceeds 14 million - more than the combined total of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, the 2005 Kashmir earthquake and the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
While we recognize that it is just one effort of many, Google is also trying to help with disaster relief by putting our technology to use (official Google blog post).
We've created a crisis response page (Urdu) that hosts a variety of tools and compiles information about the disaster, including the latest news from local media sources, any available satellite imagery of the affected areas, and ways to donate to verified NGOs supporting the relief effort. It can also be accessed from the Google.com.pk homepage.
For those concerned about loved ones, the Pakistan Person Finder Tool can be used to submit or search for information about individuals who may have been affected. Similarly, the Pakistan Resource Finder Tool helps disseminate updated information about health facility services, including doctors, equipment and beds available, which may change rapidly during the disaster. These tools are available in English and Urdu. We encourage organizations and media sites to embed the gadgets on their sites and help spread the word. (Instructions on embedding are listed below.)
In addition, we've made an initial monetary donation of $250,000 to immediately aid in relief efforts. We are continuing to explore what tools and imagery we can provide that will be helpful and will be posting updates to the Pakistan disaster response page:

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Embedding Instructions for Person Finder and Resource Finder:
Person Finder
Copy and paste the following HTML code to put this tool on your site:
<iframe
   src="http://pakistan.person-finder.appspot.com/?small=yes"
   width=350 height=300 frameborder=0   
   style="border: dashed 2px #77c"></iframe>
Resource Finder
Copy and paste the following HTML code to put this tool on your site:
<iframe
  src="http://pakistan.resource-finder.appspot.com/?iframe=yes"
  width="950" height="495" scrolling="no"
  frameborder="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0"
  style="border: 1px solid black"></iframe>
Resource Finder a new tool to help disseminate updated information about which services various health facilities offer. It provides a map with editable records to help relief workers maintain up-to-date information on the services, doctors, equipment and beds available at neighboring health facilities so that they can efficiently arrange patient transfers. We normally wouldn’t release the tool so quickly, but decided to make an early release version of Resource Finder available for supporting relief efforts in Pakistan. This is the first time the tool is being launched during a disaster situation so we’ll be working closely with NGOs to understand its usefulness and will iterate accordingly. As a volunteer, you or any NGO can contribute to this tool by adding new resources and/or editing/updating already existing ones.
Another great example of how NGOs are bringing transparency to donors & efficiency in actual delivery of their relief efforts is Bacha Khan Trust Educational Fund (wait for a while for the page to load fully). They have embedded Google Maps on their website displaying their relief activities & the geography covered.
Hope this helps.


From: Badar Khushnood (بدر خوشنود)


QuAid-e-AzAm

TeAchEr: Agr QuAid-e-AzAm Ek Din k Liye ZiNdA ho jAen t0 kiA krenge?
PapPu: MuLk k HaLAt dEkh kAr MuLk Angrezon ko wApis krdenge Or sAth mE Sorry b kAhenge ;->


From: Wishal Aemal

Monday, August 16, 2010

Iftar-o-Sahr Timing ~ 5th Ramadan!

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"BECHARA MARD"

Agar Orat par hath uthaye to zalim
or pit jaye to buzdil

Orat k agy chaly to Firon
Peche chale to joro ka gulam

Orat ko kisi k sath dekh k laray to jealous or chup rahe to beghairat

Ghar se bahar rahe to Awara or Ghar me rhe to nakara

Bachon ko dante to Jaabir Na dante to la parwah

Orat ko job se rokay to Shaki mizaj
Na rokay to Orat ki kamai khane wala

Akhir
Ye Bechara jaye kahan?

From: Hanif Awan

Sunday, August 15, 2010

aftari...

Tamam roza daron say darkhwast hai k


Aftari k 0qaat mein apni 0qaat mein rahein...
Shukria...!


From: Irfan Akbar Khan

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From: Faheem Iqbal

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Iftar-o-Sahr Timing ~ 2nd Ramadan!

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tota and pathan

Eik "PATHAN" apne kandhey pe "TOTA" bitha kar ja raha tha,

Rastey mein 1 admi ne rook k poucha,
bhai yeh konsa janwar hai,

"TOTA" bola "PATHAN" hai!


From: Waqas Shafique

Saturday, August 14, 2010

How a tragedy unfolded in Pakistan - Donate

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Reward for Charity

Allaah says in the Qur'aan, in surah al-hadid:

"Who is he that will lend Allaah a goodly loan: then (Allaah) will increase it manifold to his credit (in repaying), and he will have (besides) a good reward (i.e. Paradise)"

Al-Tirmidhi (2470) narrated that they slaughtered a sheep at the time of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and gave it in charity except for its shoulder. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) asked ‘As’ishah, “What is left of it?” She said: “Nothing is left except the shoulder.” He said: “All of it will remain except its shoulder.”

Classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Tirmidhi.

What this means is that whatever a person eats is that which is gone and no longer remains, but that which he gives in charity is what will remain for him with Allaah and he will benefit from it on the Day of Resurrection. This hadeeth is a reference to the verse in which Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“Whatever is with you, will be exhausted, and whatever is with Allaah (of good deeds) will remain” [al-Nahl 16:96]

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) told us that every man will be shaded by his charity on the Day of Resurrection, the day on which the sun will be brought close to people’s heads until Allaah passes judgement between them. Narrated by Ahmad, 16882; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’, 4510.

"The most beloved of people according to Allah is he who brings most benefit, and the most beloved of deeds according to Allah the Mighty, the Magnificent, is that you bring happiness to a fellow Muslim, or relieve him of distress, or pay off his debt or stave away hunger from him.

It is more beloved to me that I walk with my brother Muslim in his time of need than I stay secluded in the mosque for a month. Whoever holds back his anger, Allah will cover his faults and whoever suppresses his fury while being able to execute it, Allah will fill his heart with satisfaction on the Day of Standing. Whoever walks with his brother Muslim in need until he establishes that for him, Allah will establish his feet firmly on the day when all feet shall slip.

Indeed, bad character ruins deeds just as vinegar ruins honey." [Tabarâni, Hasan]

"Whosoever removes a worldly grief from a believer, Allah will remove from him one of the griefs of the Day of Judgment. Whosoever alleviates [the lot of] a needy person, Allah will alleviate [his lot] in this world and the next. Whosoever shields a Muslim, Allah will shield him in this world and the next. Allah will aid a servant [of His] so long as the servant aids his brother. Whosoever follows a path to seek knowledge therein, Allah will make easy for him a path to Paradise. No people gather together in one of the houses of Allah, reciting the Book of Allah and studying it among themselves, without tranquility descending upon them, mercy enveloping them, the angels surrounding them, and Allah making mention of them amongst those who are with Him. Whosoever is slowed down by his actions will not be hastened forward by his lineage." [Muslim]


Donate: Help Pakistani Flood Victims

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From: Muhammad Umer Shahzad


Do you work more than 40 hours a week?

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Hadith

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Prophet Muhammad (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “None of you is truly a believer until he wishes for his brother what he wishes for himself.” [Muslim]

From: Fatima Shabbir


GIKI-B12 Summary Report :: Round-1 Flood Relief Efforts SWAT

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From: Ali Mohsin

In all fairness and by personally meeting and coordinating with the army in Mingora, Khawaza Khela, Alpurai etc, we can vouch that they are the most equipped and efficient and organized to provide relief 24/7 to these affected people.

A couple of videos we managed to make during the trip. More will be uploaded with proper subtitles later on.

 


If any other teams are going in Swat/Shangla area, we will be happy to arrange contact with the local Civil and Army setup who are coordinating the relief efforts in that area.
The security situation in Swat is all clear. Army is in full control.  Mingora is easily accessible from Islamabad>Mardan>BattKhela (Malakand Road).

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Donation Methods

- Bank Transfer (Suitable for people within Pakistan as transactions from abroad usually take a while):
o Account Title: Hafiz Umar Ashraf
o Account No.: 010210146-5
o Bank: Askari Bank
o BR Code: 0013
o BR address: Abdali Road Multan
o Swift Code: ASCMPKKA
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o Account Title: Fadil Aleem.
o Account No. : 2003430572.
o Bank: Citibank.
- Western Union (Works best for people abroad, they charge a nominal fee for transfers)
o Name: Fadil Aleem
o Location: Lahore
o NIC: 35200-7062063-1
- Paypal (Please write a short message to these guys at their emails when you donate, along with a cc to any of these 3 emails; ibraheem@gmail.com, fadil.aleem@gmail.com and umar.ash@gmail.com. This will help us keep things transparent and organized)
o Shiraz Bashir
o USA
o Paypal id: shirazbashir@gmail.com
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o Abubakar Ashraf
o Australia
o Paypal id: abubakar.ashraf@hotmail.com
o Phone: 0061431211401

(People in Australia can get in touch with Abubakar directly for more details and better coordination)
--
Regards,
Ali Rasheed.

flood relief activity report i - swat


pathan

Pathan galti se samunder me gir gaya.... Doobte doobte uske hath me machli aayi....

use pakar kar bahar phenka aur bola'
Ja tu toh apni jan bacha le.':D


From: Umair Sami

Thursday, August 12, 2010

joke

When someone insults you
Think before you react
It takes
72 muscles to get angry
14 to smile
but Only
4 muscles to extend your hand
&

Rakh k day kan k neechay! :)

From: Omer Munir

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Ramadan Schedule 2010 Islamabad

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From: Furqan Muhammad

Day

Ramadan

Gregorian

Fajr

Sunrise

Dhuhr

  Asr

Maghrib

Isha

  Wed

1

11/8

3:55

5:26

12:13

  3:55

6:59

8:31

  Thu

2

12/8

3:57

5:26

12:13

  3:55

6:58

8:29

  Fri

3

13/8

3:58

5:27

12:13

  3:55

6:57

8:28

  Sat

4

14/8

3:59

5:28

12:13

  3:54

6:56

8:27

  Sun

5

15/8

4:00

5:29

12:12

  3:54

6:55

8:25

  Mon

6

16/8

4:01

5:29

12:12

  3:53

6:54

8:24

  Tue

7

17/8

4:02

5:30

12:12

  3:53

6:52

8:22

  Wed

8

18/8

4:03

5:31

12:12

  3:53

6:51

8:21

  Thu

9

19/8

4:04

5:31

12:12

  3:52

6:50

8:20

  Fri

10

20/8

4:05

5:32

12:11

  3:52

6:49

8:18

  Sat

11

21/8

4:05

5:33

12:11

  3:51

6:48

8:17

  Sun

12

22/8

4:06

5:34

12:11

  3:51

6:47

8:15

  Mon

13

23/8

4:07

5:34

12:11

  3:50

6:45

8:14

  Tue

14

24/8

4:08

5:35

12:10

  3:50

6:44

8:12

  Wed

15

25/8

4:09

5:36

12:10

  3:49

6:43

8:11

  Thu

16

26/8

4:10

5:36

12:10

  3:48

6:42

8:09

  Fri

17

27/8

4:11

5:37

12:09

  3:48

6:40

8:08

  Sat

18

28/8

4:12

5:38

12:09

  3:47

6:39

8:06

  Sun

19

29/8

4:13

5:38

12:09

  3:47

6:38

8:05

  Mon

20

30/8

4:14

5:39

12:09

  3:46

6:37

8:03

  Tue

21

31/8

4:15

5:40

12:08

  3:45

6:35

8:02

  Wed

22

1/9

4:16

5:40

12:08

  3:45

6:34

8:00

  Thu

23

2/9

4:17

5:41

12:08

  3:44

6:33

7:59

  Fri

24

3/9

4:18

5:42

12:07

  3:43

6:31

7:57

  Sat

25

4/9

4:18

5:42

12:07

  3:43

6:30

7:56

  Sun

26

5/9

4:19

5:43

12:07

  3:42

6:29

7:54

  Mon

27

6/9

4:20

5:44

12:06

  3:41

6:27

7:52

  Tue

28

7/9

4:21

5:44

12:06

  3:40

6:26

7:51

  Wed

29

8/9

4:22

5:45

12:06

  3:40

6:25

7:49

  Thu

30

9/9

4:23

5:46

12:05

  3:39

6:23

7:48

 

 

 


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