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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

اس پاکستانی نے پانچ کروڑ کیسے کمائے ؟جان کر آپ کو حیرانی بھی ہو گی اور فخر بھی


پاکستانی نوجوان اپنے بے پناہ ٹیلنٹ سے آئے روز ایسے کارنامے سرانجام دے رہے ہیں کہ دنیا جس کی داد دیئے بغیر نہیں رہ سکتی۔ شہر لاہور میں معروف تعلیمی ادارے کنگ ایڈورڈ میڈیکل یونیورسٹی کے طالب علم عزیر بھی ایک ایسی ہی مثال ہیں کہ جنہوں نے زمانہ طالب علمی میں ہی کروڑوں روپے مالیت کی بین الاقوامی کمپنی قائم کر دی ہے۔
عزیر نے ایک حالیہ انٹرویو میں بتایا کہ ایم بی بی ایس میں داخلے سے پہلے ان کے پاس کچھ فارغ وقت تھا جسے وہ عموماً سو کر گزارتے تھے۔ ایک دن ان کی والدہ نے انہیں اپنے وقت کا مثبت استعمال کرنے کی تنبیہہ کی تو انہوں نے فری لانس کاروبار کیلئے مشہور ویب سائٹ elance پر تلاش شروع کی اور ترجمے کے کام کو اپنے لئے بہترین پایا۔ وہ کہتے ہیں کہ مقابلہ بہت سخت تھا لیکن انہوں نے کم معاوضہ طلب کیا اور بہترین کوالٹی کا کام شروع کردیا۔ 
کچھ ہی عرصہ میں انہیں بہت زیادہ پراجیکٹ ملنے لگے لیکن انہوں نے کبھی بھی کوالٹی میں کمی نہ آنے دی۔ جب کام بہت زیادہ ملنے لگا تو انہوں نے دوست احباب کو شامل کر کے ایک کمپنی قائم کر لی جس کیلئے کام کرنے والے آج 30 ممالک میں پھیلے ہوئے ہیں۔ اگرچہ وہ ابھی ایم بی بی ایس کے چوتھے سال میں ہیں لیکن ان کی دولت پانچ کروڑ روپے سے بھی تجاوز کر چکی ہے۔ وہ کہتے ہیں کہ محنت، ایمانداری اور صبر سے ہر منزل کا حصول ممکن ہے اور پاکستانی طالب علموں کو ان خوبیوں سے کام لیتے ہوئے فری لانسنگ پر بھرپور توجہ دینی چاہئے۔

Saturday, December 20, 2014

Syed Munawar Hasan is Ex.-Ameer (Ex-President) of JI Pakistan



Syed Munawar Hasan is Ex.-Ameer (Ex-President) of Jamaat e Islami Pakistan

Syed Munawar Hasan hails from a distinguished family, based at Delhi before the Partition of the sub-continent. He was born in August 1944 and as his family opted for Pakistan, migrated to Karachi in 1947. He obtained Masters in Sociology (1963) and Islamic Studies (1966) from University of Karachi. [1]

Syed Munawar Hasan joined the National Students Federation (NSF) - a student body with leftist leaning - and was elected its President in 1959. The real change appeared in his life when he got a chance to come closer to the activists of Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba (IJT) Pakistan and studied the writings of Mawlana Syed Abul Ala Maududi. As a result, he joined IJT in 1960, became its member and soon he was elected as President of its Karachi University Unit, Karachi City Unit and member of the Central Executive Council. Later, he reached its top slot and became all-Pakistan President in 1964 and served in that capacity for three consecutive terms. During his tenure of the President, the Jamiat organized several campaigns mobilizing public opinion regarding education problems, system of education, women education etc. etc.

He joined the Islamic Research Academy, Karachi as a Research Assistant (1963) and raised to its Secretary Generalship (1969). Under his supervision, the Academy published 70 scholarly books. He also rendered services as Managing Editor of the Monthly ‘The Criterion’ and ‘The Universal Message’, Karachi.

Syed Munawar Hasan became a member of Jama’at-e-Islami Pakistan in 1967. He served the Karachi unit as Assistant Secretary, Secretary, Deputy Ameer and Ameer of the city. He was also elected to the Central Shura and the Executive Council of the Jama’at. He represented Jama’at at several platforms, including United Democratic Front (UDF) and the Pakistan National Alliance (PNA). Contesting National Assembly election in 1977, he secured the highest votes in Pakistan. He was Assistant Secretary General of Jama’at-e-Islami Pakistan in 1992-93, and became Secretary General in 1993.

He took part in a number of international conferences and seminars and has visited USA, UK, Canada, Middle East and many countries of the South East and South East Asia.

Syed Munawar Hasan is well versed in English. He is a welcome speaker in the country and abroad. Many of his speeches, mostly in Urdu, are also available in cassette form. He heads a number of planning and research bodies within the Jamaat

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Pakistan's most successful cricket captain, leading his country to victory at the 1992 Cricket World Cup


Imran Khan  on 25 November 1952) is a Pakistani politician and former cricketer. He played international cricket for two decades in the late twentieth century and, after retiring, entered politics. Besides his political activism, Khan is also a philanthropist, cricket commentator, chancellor of the University of Bradford and founding chairman of the Board of Governors of Shaukat Khanum Hospital. He also founded Namal College, Mianwali in 2008.

He was Pakistan's most successful cricket captain, leading his country to victory at the 1992 Cricket World Cup, playing for the Pakistani cricket team from 1971 to 1992, and serving as its captain intermittently throughout 1982–1992. After retiring from cricket at the end of the 1987 World Cup in 1988, owing to popular demand he was requested to come back by the president of Pakistan Zia ul Haq to lead the team once again. At the age of 39, Khan led his team to Pakistan's first and only One Day World Cup victory in 1992. With 3807 runs and 362 wickets in Test cricket, he is one of eight world cricketers to have achieved an 'All-rounder's Triple' in Test matches. On 14 July 2010, Khan was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame.

In April 1996, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf ("Movement for Justice") political party was established and Khan became its chairman. He represented Mianwali as a member of the National Assembly from November 2002 to October 2007, he was again elected on 11 May 2013, while his party gained 35 seats in the National Assembly. Global Post mentioned him third in a list of nine world leaders of 2012 and recognized Khan as the face of the anti-drone movement in Pakistan.According to Asia Society, Khan was voted as Asia’s Person of the Year 2012. As the Pew Research Center, in 2012 a majority of Pakistani respondents offered a favorable opinion of Khan. The survey also revealed Khan's fame among youth.



Indian magazine declares Inzimam-ul-Haq as Asia’s Reliable Batsman


Inzamam-ul-Haq is a symbiosis of strength and subtlety. Power is no surprise, but sublime touch is remarkable for a man of his bulk. He loathes exercise and often looks a passenger in the field, but with a willow between his palms he is suddenly galvanised. He plays shots all round the wicket, is especially strong off his legs, and unleashes ferocious pulls and lofted drives. Imran Khan rates him the best batsman in the world against pace. Early on he is vulnerable playing across his front pad or groping outside off stump. He uses his feet well to the spinners, although this aggression can be his undoing. Inzi keeps a cool head in a crisis and has succeeded Javed Miandad as Pakistan's premier batsman, but his hapless running between wickets is legendary and most dangerous for his partners. There were no such problems against New Zealand at a boiling Lahore in 2001-02, when Inzamam belted 329, the second-highest Test score by a Pakistani and the tenth-highest by anyone. However, he was then dogged by poor form, scoring just 16 runs in Pakistan's ill-fated World Cup campaign in 2003. He was dropped from the team briefly, but then roared back to form, scoring a magnificent unbeaten 138 and guiding Pakistan to a thrilling one-wicket win against Bangladesh at Multan. He was rewarded with the captaincy of the team, and despite leading them to victory in the Test series in New Zealand, question-marks about his leadership qualities surfaced when Pakistan were beaten in both the Test series and the one-dayers against India. But the selectors persevered with him and this bore results when he took a team thin on bowling resources to India and drew the Test series with a rousing performance in the final Test, Inzamam's 100th. After scoring a magnificent 184, Inzamam led the team astutely on a tense final day and took Pakistan to victory. Since that day, Inzamam has gone from strength to strength as captain and premier batsman. By scoring a hundred against West Indies in June 2005, he kept up a remarkable record of matchwinning centuries, amongt the best of modern-day batsmen. A magnificent year ended with Inzamam leading his team to triumph over Ashes-winning England; personally the series was arguably his best ever. He never failed to make a fifty, scored twin centuries at Faisalabad for the first time, going past Miandad as Pakistan's leading century-maker and joining him as only the second Pakistani with 8000 Test runs. As captain, he never looked more a leader, uniting a young, inexperienced team and turning them, once again, into a force to matter globally. The turn of the year brought contemplation; he missed the Test victory over India at Karachi with a persistent back injury. The subsequent ODI thrashing also raised concerns about Inzamam as ODI captain, none of which were entirely wiped away during ODI and Test wins in Sri Lanka. Pakistan were then beaten comprehensively in the Test series in England though all was forgotten - including Inzamam's own poor form - by events at The Oval. There, Inzamam, astonishingly for a man perceived as so insouciant, became the most controversial figure in cricket for a week, leading his side off the field in protest at charges of ball tampering made by umpires Billy Doctrove and Darrell Hair. They refused to come out at first, then delayed the start before eventually forfeiting the Test, the first time in the history of the game. In Pakistan, he became a national hero, saviour of a country's pride and honour. He was banned for four ODIs and returned to lead the side to a series-win over West Indies followed by a disappointing Test series in South Africa, and then quit the one-day game after Pakistan were eliminated from the World Cup at the first hurdle, an event overshadowed by the death of Bob Woolmer. Even though he expressed his desire to be part of the Test team, Inzamam was not offered a central contract in July and, according to a few, might signal the end of his illustrious international career.


MatchesInningsN.O.RunsHSAvgS/R100s50s4s6sCt
ODI3783505311,73913739.5374.241083967143113
Tests120200228,83032949.6154.0225461105-81
Twenty2011111111173.33-----

Qazi Hussain Ahmed(Late) Ex-Ameer Jamat i Islami Pakistan


Background
Qazi was born in 1938 in the house of Maulana Qazi Muhammad Abdul Rab at Ziarat Kaka Sahib, Nowshera District, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. A teacher by profession, Maulana knew religious knowledge and political influence to the extent that he was appointed as the President of Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Hind for Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. Qazi Hussain Ahmed was the youngest among his ten siblings.

After having completed early education at home, Qazi Hussain Ahmad was admitted to Islamia College, Peshawar and got his Master of Science (MSc) degree in Geography from Peshawar University. He served as lecturer at siedu college Swat for three years, teaching at the graduate level. He left university after three years. After that he started his own business. He marked his presence in this field and was elected as Vice-President, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (Provincial) Chamber of Commerce and Industry. he was an authority on Afghan affairs throughout his life in politics

Personal life
Qazi Hussain Ahmed had two sons (Asif Luqman Qazi and Anas Farhan Qazi) and two daughters. His wife and children all are Jamaat-e- Islami activists. He had full command of Urdu, English, Arabic, and Persian, in addition to his native tongue, Pashto. He was a great admirer of the poet Allama Muhammad Iqbal and quotes from both his Urdu and Persian poetry in his speeches and conversations.

Political career
His affiliation with the Islamic Movement started in his school days when he joined Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba, Pakistan. He became member of Jamaat-e-Islami in 1970 and was elected to the office of President of its Peshawar branch. He served Jamaat-e-Islami as Secretary and then Ameer of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province. He was raised to the office of Secretary General, Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan in 1978 and after elected as Ameer (Chief) of Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan in 1987, continued to serve in that capacity, getting re-elected four more times (1992, 1994, 1999, 2003). In 2008, he declined to be elected once more and the members of his Party (Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan) elected Syed Munawwar Hassan as the new President of the Party.

Politics
Qazi Hussain Ahmad was first elected as a member of the Senate of Pakistan in 1986 for a term of six years. Within Pakistan, he was a patron of organisations such as Pasban and founder of Shabab e Milli. He was Secretary General of the Muttahida Shariat Mahaz (1986).

Qazi Hussain Ahmad was first elected as member of the Senate of Pakistan in 1986 for a term of six years. He was re-elected as such in March 1992, but he resigned as a Senator in 1996 as a protest against the corrupt political system. He was elected as a Member of National Assembly in 2002 general elections from his native town lagislative. He served as the Parliamentary Laeader of the Opposition Party MMA(Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal).

Qazi Hussain Ahmad has widely travelled abroad to represent Jamaat at the international forums, leading goodwill missions as well as in his personal capacity to mediate in issues concerning Muslim Ummah. His services during Iran-Iraq and the Persian Gulf War, the Bulkan (Bosnia) crisis and the post-Soviet power struggle in Afghanistan, have been widely commended and appreciated. Even before the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, Qazi Hussain Ahmed was in close contact with Afghan mujahideen and had personal terms with top Afghan leaders. He played pivotal role in introducing Afghan jihad to foreign world and gaining countrywide favour for the movement.

He was Secretary General of the Muttahida Shariat Mahaz (1986). He is also the Central President of seized Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal.

In 1997 Qazi launched a nationwide campaign to expand the party membership. His open membership campaign brought 4.5 million new members to the Jamaat. He was a staunch supporter of the Kashmiri people's movement for liberation. He was the main proponent of Kashmir Solidarity Day. He was widely respected by all factions of the Kashmir movement.

He wrote articles for national newspapers on a regular basis which are available in several volumes.

Death
Qazi Hussain Ahmad died on 6 January 2013, at 01:40am Pakistan Standard Time at one of his son's house in Islamabad, Pakistan. The cause of his death is unknown.

A true scholar, writer, intellectual, innovator, entrepreneur and a philanthropist, Hakeem Muhammad Saeed (Shaheed)


Hakeem Muhammad Saeed Shaheed, the person of keen vision of saving his nation form eyes of evil. He was a multi artistic personality. Not only that was the indeed friend of children.In fact,i am writing this article because he was my friend. I have been reading his journal "Nonehal" over the years. He was and inventor, idealist, writer, and creative personality. He is my ideal.

He was born in 1920.In his age of 78 years he made a great contribution in almost every field. He was a man of principles and extraordinary courage. He spent whole of his life in the service of his nation. He established a lot of institutes."IRADA-E-SAEED" is one of famous among them. This is famous for its literary journals, educational work, scientific and medicine works. Another great establishment was "MADINAT-E-HIKMA". It comprises Hamdard University with such institutes as Hamdard College of Medicine and Dentistry, Hamdard Al-Majeed College of Eastern Medicine, Hafiz Mohammad Ilyas Institute of Herbal Sciences, Hamdard Institute of Education & Social Sciences, Hamdard Institute of Management Sciences, Hamdard Institute of Information Technology, Hamdard School of Law, Faculty of Engineering Science & Technology, Hamdard Public School and Hamdard Village School.

Bait-al-Hikmah is also a constituent part of Madinat-al-Hikmah. This is one of the biggest and well-stocked libraries of Pakistan.

He is said to be the creator of "HAMDARD SHURA" AND "NONEHAL ASSEMBLY" which are still recognized as national forum of Pakistan.He had attend about 100 International conferences.

Hakim Muhammad Saeed was murdered on October 17,1998.Several MQM workers and agents were arrested in his murdered investigation.

The main accused in Hakim Saeed case were Shaikh Mohammed Aamirullah, Mohammed Shakir, Mohammed Nadeem, Mohammed Faisal, Mohammed Zubair, Abu Imran Pasha, Nazar alias Muqarrib, Mohammad Zubair and Ezazul Hasan.

But what the main thing,i want to told through this article is that,although he has died but remained alive in our heart,at least in my heart.

"He can not write for me anymore but what he has written is enough for even my whole life".

He left behind his daughter as the head of "Hamdard Foundation".

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

یہ ہے پاکستان کا اصل ٹیلنٹ پاکستان زندہ باد