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Thursday, September 22, 2016

راولپنڈی میں سبزی بیچنے والا دہری صلاحیتوں کا حامل پاکستان کا انوکھا بولر

21 سالہ یاسر جان کا تعلق خیبرپختونخوا کے ضلع چارسدہ سے ہے جو 12 سال قبل روزگار کی تلاش میں اپنے بھائی کے ہمراہ راولپنڈی آگئے تھے۔ یاسر جان اپنے بھائی کی سبزی کی دکان پر کام کرتے ہیں اور جب انہیں معلوم ہوا کہ راولپنڈی میں کرکٹ ٹیلنٹ کی تلاش میں 
لاہور قلندرز کی جانب سے کیمپ لگایا گیا ہے تو وہ بھی اپنی قسمت آزمانے آگئے۔


کیمپ کے دوران یاسر جان نے دائیں ہاتھ سے بولنگ ٹرائل دیا اور ابتدا میں وہ لاہور قلندرز کے ہیڈ عاقب جاوید کو متاثر نہ کرسکے لیکن جب انہوں نے ہیڈ کوچ کو بتایا کہ وہ بائیں ہاتھ سے بھی بولنگ کر سکتے ہیں تو وہ ہیڈکوچ کی حسرت کی انتہا نہ رہی اور نوجوان بولر نے بائیں ہاتھ سے بھی اسی رفتار سے بول کرائی جو وہ دائیں ہاتھ سے کر سکتے ہیں۔
یاسر جان نے ٹرائل کے دوران 145 کلو میٹر فی گھنٹہ کی رفتار سے گیندیں کرائیں جب کہ وہ اسی رفتار سے دونوں ہاتھوں سے گیند کرانے کی صلاحیت رکھتے ہیں۔ یاسر جان کی صلاحیتوں کو دیکھتے ہوئے عاقب جاوید نے ان سے 10 سال کا معاہدہ کرلیا جس کے دوران وہ انہیں بولنگ کے گر سکھائیں گے۔
عاقب جاوید نے اس سے قبل پائپ کی فیکٹری میں ملازمت کرنے والے ٹیلنٹ کو تلاش کر کے قومی ٹیم کا حصہ بنایا تھا اور وہ ٹیلنٹ آج محمد عرفان کے نام سے دنیا بھر میں جانا جاتا ہے۔ اسی طرح یاسرجان کے بارے میں بھی خیال کیا جارہا ہے کہ وہ اپنی صلاحیتوں کی بدولت جلد قومی ٹیم کا حصہ بن کے پاکستان کا نام دنیا بھر میں مزید بلند کریں گے۔

Pakistani Professional Ashar Aziz a Cybersecurity Billionaire

Ashar Aziz, founder of cybersecurity firm FireEye, is the world’s newest billionaire as shares in his company continue to skyrocket following a September initial public offering. Shares in the Milpitas, Calif.-based company are up 379% from its $20 IPO price as of 12:50 pm in New York.
Aziz, as FireEye’s largest individual shareholder and vice chairman, owns nearly 11 million shares in the company he founded in 2004. With options, Forbes estimates he is worth a little more than $1 billion.

The 55-year-old Aziz is an entrepreneur who hit it big with his second company, FireEye. His first venture, data virtualization company Terraspring, was acquired in 2002 by Sun Microsystems, where Aziz had previously worked for 12 years as a network security engineer. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master’s in computer science from the University of California, Berkeley.

After previously serving as FireEye’s CEO, Aziz is now the company’s chief technology officer and chief strategy officer. Former McAfee CEO David DeWalt is the cybersecurity firm’s current CEO and chairman.

As a provider of both software and cloud-based malware protection products, FireEye has been on a tear since its September IPO, which raised about $350 million. According to the Wall Street Journal, the company is the second-best performing company of all the firms to go public in the U.S. last year, trailing to Insys Therapeutics.
Earlier this week, the company announced 2013 revenues were up 94% to about $162 million. The company has not posted an operating profit in the last five years, with losses last year at over $172 million.

Aziz, who has not sold any of his FireEye shares since the IPO, joins a growing number of Silicon Valley billionaire newcomers who have had their fortunes boosted by their companies’ strong performance on the public markets. Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and Workday CEO Aneel Bhusri both joined the Forbes billionaire ranks this year due to booming tech stocks.

Check Point Software Technologies Software cofounder and CEO Gil Shwed is a long-time member of the Billionaires list. The Israeli cybersecurity entrepreneur made the list this year with a net worth of $1.8 billion.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

A Pakistani Kid Hamza Shahzad - World Youngest Computer Programmer






A kid of Pakistan origin has become the world’s youngest qualified computer programmer at the age of seven. Muhammad Hamza Shahzad, resident of Handsworth area in Birmingham has been trained by his father Asim Shahzad, who works with an American IT firm.

His mission to prepare himself as like "Bill Gates".

Hamza Shehzad already become the World's youngest Microsoft Office Professional (MOP) by passing the Office exams including MS Word, MS Powerpoint, MS Excel 2013 in the age of 6 years.
This is not the first time when Hamza has set a world record. Last year at the age of six, he had



Hamza Shahzad said, “He can easily create Web App and manages to develop his own basic shopping cart app,” .

“He has got his hands dirty in Windows desktop App, console App, windows services, Web services and finds it really fun to develop simple console based game applications.

“He can explain about heap, stack, memory management, data structures perhaps better than many experienced programmers,” the spokesperson added.


All Pakistan proud on Hazma Shahzad for making these world records. Humza, who was born in Lahore in 2009 moved to London in 2011 along with his parents after his father got a job in an IT firm.



Monday, September 19, 2016

The Young Pakistani wins big 3 titles at World Youth Scrabble Championship in France

The Young generation of Pakistan win the major titles of World Youth Scrabble Championship in France in different categories. Mr. Monis Khan win the under 10 championship in World Youth Scrabble.
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Mr. Imaad Ali who is only 11 yrs old wins under 12 Champion & Encouragement Award, and was the youngest in top 25 and Hasham Hadi Khan bagged under 14 champion title respectively at the 2016 World Youth Scrabble Championship (WYSC) in Lille, France. The Pakistani Team also finished as the second best team of the tournament leaving behind Team Sri Lanka. They had already qualified for the World Scrabble Championship which has already begun on the 31st of August.
Some other titles includes Shoaib Sanaullah’s highest score award of 158 in a single move with the word BASCINET and national champion Waseem Khatri also won the side tournament for the seniors with 13 wins out of 17 rounds. Pakistan Scrabble Association Youth Director Tariq Pervaiz is hopeful that Pakistan will likely get a chance to host the International Tournament soon because of their amazing performance at World Youth Scrabble Championship every year.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

A Daughter of Pakistan Mehak Gul, World Record Holder in Chess Game

A daughter of Pakistan Mehak Gul made a World Record of Chess Making by one hand at 12 years old. She completed the chessboard in 45 seconds only using her one hand.

After completion of this record her name is entered in Guinness Book of World Records.

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Thursday, September 1, 2016

The Youngest International Cricketer

The youngest player to play an international one-day match is Hasan Raza of Pakistan, who was only 14 year and 233 days old on his debut against Zimbabwe on October 1996. Unfortunately, Hasan Raza couldn’t forge a successful International career, but that can be attributed to bad luck and nothing else.


Largest Volunteer Ambulance Service

Abdul Sattar Edhi began his ambulance service in 1948. Today the network includes 500 ambulances all over Pakistan. Ambulances are radio-linked and the organization attracts funds of US$5 million a year. Great work by Edhi Sahab. Hats off to his untiring efforts for the people of Pakistan!