June 2009

Egypt Beauty

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When I said I Love You

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When I said I Love You



WHEN NEED TO SAY I LOVE U




When U Were 15 Yrs Old, I Said I Love U
U Blushed.. U Look Down And Smile..

When U Were 20 Yrs Old, I Said I Love U
U Put Ur Head On My Shoulder And Hold My Hand Afraid That I Might Disappears..

When U Were 25 Yrs Old, I Said I Love U
U Prepare Breakfast And Serve It In Front Of Me,
And Kiss My Forehead N Said :"U Better Be Quick, Is's Gonna Be Late.."

When U Were 30 Yrs Old, I Said I Love U
U Said: "If U Really Love Me, Please Come Back Early After Work.."


When U Were 40 Yrs Old, I Said I Love U
U Were Cleaning The Dining Table And Said: "Ok Dear,
But It's Time For
U To Help Our Child With His/Her Revision.."


When U Were 50 Yrs Old, I Said I Love U..
U Were Knitting And U Laugh At Me

When U Were 60 Yrs Old, I Said I Love U
U Smile At Me..


When U Were 70 Yrs Old. I Said I Love U
We Sitting On The Rocking Chair With Our Glasses On..

I'M Reading Your Love Letter That U Sent To Me 50 Yrs Ago..
With Our Hand Crossing Together..
When U Were 80 Yrs Old, U Said U Love Me!
I Didn't Say Anything But Cried
That Day Must Be The Happiest Day Of My Life!
Because U Said U Love Me !!!

Please Appreciate Your Loved Ones.. Say "I Love You"
To Them When U Have The Chance !

Yao Defen claims to be the tallest woman in the world

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Yao Defen claims to be the tallest woman in the world




Yao Defen claims to be the tallest woman in the world, with 7' 8" (233 cm). She weighs 200 kg (440 lbs) and has size 26 (UK) / 78 (EU) feet. Her gigantism is due to a tumor in her pituitary gland.


Yao Defen claims to be the tallest woman in the world

Zainab Bibi Pakistani Tallest Ladies

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Zainab Bibi Pakistani Tallest Ladies



Zainab Bibi, 7' 2" (218 cm) as well, was recently allowed to stay permanently in Britain because she claims her height has made her a target at home, Pakistan.

Salwar Suit Trendy Fashion

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Salwar Suit Trendy Fashion


Salwar Suit Trendy Fashion
Salwar Suit Trendy Fashion

Salwar Suit Trendy Fashion


Salwar Suit Trendy Fashion



Salwar Suit Trendy Fashion

World's Richest People

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World's Richest People


World's Richest People
Sultan Qaboos bin Said, Oman
Fortune: $700 million (down $400 million)
Age: 68

Ascended throne in 1970 after overthrowing his father in a coup d'etat. With oil revenues down, promoting tourism and maritime sectors; more than 700 homes are currently under construction at the Wave, a $2.5 billion mixed-use beachfront development in the country's capital, Muscat. Meanwhile, the giant port and ship-repair yard complex on the sultanate's southeastern coast continues to expand. Avid classical music fan; personally financed restoration of mosques across the country. Graduate of Britain's Sandhurst Military Academy, served in British Infantry before returning to Oman. Divorced, has no children and has not yet named a successor.

World's Richest People
Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al Sabah, Kuwait
Fortune: $400 million (down $100 million)
Age: 80

Managing simultaneous political and economic crises in the kingdom: one of the country's biggest banks, Gulf Bank, was the first in the region to need a bailout; the Emir's cabinet resigned in March after five Islamist members of parliament alleged Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser had mismanaged public funds, charges he denied. Sabah dissolved parliament; after new elections, he re-appointed Sheikh Nasser (his nephew) as prime minister. Wealth based on annual stipend actually set by Emir; unique among Gulf states as wealth is not tied to state oil funds.


World's Richest People
Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahayan, United Arab Emirates
Fortune: $18 billion (down $5 billion)
Age: 61

President of the UAE and hereditary ruler of its capital emirate, Abu Dhabi. Tanking oil prices and a 50% decline in the country's nascent stock market helped shave $5 billion from the king's fortune. Forced to bail out neighbor Dubai to the tune of $10 billion. Efforts to transform Abu Dhabi into Middle East's cultural epicenter with outposts of the Louvre and Guggenheim museums overshadowed by allegations that the king's half-brother was involved in the torture of an Afghan expat. The Emir has since kicked the accused off his cabinet.


World's Richest People
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai
Fortune: $12 billion (down $6 billion)
Age: 59

Ruler of Dubai, an emirate of the United Arab Emirates, was forced to ask for a handout from neighbor Abu Dhabi when credit markets tanked. State-owned Dubai World owns DP World Ltd., the third-largest international port operator; Istithmar World, a private equity firm that acquired Barney's New York in 2007; and Nakheel PJSC, builder of palm-shaped islands in the Persian Gulf. Growth of such assets required high level of borrowing; when credit markets contracted, concerns arose about its $80 billion combined government and state-owned company debt. After months of bickering, Abu Dhabi bought $10 billion worth of five-year bonds; a permanent fix is still being hammered out. One of the largest racehorse owners in the world, his Darley Stud owns 68 stallions and operates stables in six countries, including Japan, Australia and the U.S.


World's Richest People King Abdullah bin Abul Aziz, Saudi Arabia
Fortune: $17 billion (down $4 billion)
Age: 85
In June, put together lavish reception for U.S. President Barack Obama, presenting him with a gold medallion, Saudi Arabia's highest honor. The pomp overshadowed the country's slumping economy, which has trimmed royal net worth by $4 billion this year. Supports the $27 billion King Abdullah Economic City, a massive 20-year development started in 2006 that the government hopes will become the new industrial hub of the Middle East and a way for the nation to diversify its economy beyond oil. Proactive on peace: last year hosted interfaith dialogues between major political and religious leaders in New York, Mecca and Madrid.

Beautiful Art on Nails

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Beautiful Art on Nails


Beautiful Art on Nails
Beautiful Art on Nails

Beautiful Art on Nails






Michael And Elvis Similarities

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Michael And Elvis Similarities


Michael & Elvis Similarities
Michael Jackson Drives Teenagers Wild

Excited fans of the King of Pop cheer his arrival in London, 1985.

Photo: Dave Hogan/Getty Images
January 01, 1985


Michael & Elvis Similarities
Elvis Presley Drives Teenagers Wild

Excited fans of the King scream during an appearance at the Florida Theatre, 1956.

Photo: Robert W. Kelley./Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
août 01, 1956

Michael & Elvis Similarities
Michael Jackson Shows Talent at an Early Age

In 1963, 5-year-old Michael performs in public for the first time, electrifying the audience at a Christmas recital.

(Pictured: The Jackson 5 at the London Palladium in 1972.)
Photo: Doug McKenzie/Getty Images
Eki 30, 1972


Michael & Elvis Similarities
Elvis Presley Shows Talent at an Early Age

In 1945, 10-year-old Elvis performs in public for the first time, winning $5 for singing "Old Shep" in a talent show at the state fair.

(Pictured: Elvis with his parents in 1944.)
Photo: Hulton Archive/Getty Images
January 01, 1945




Michael & Elvis Similarities
Michael Jackson's Signature Moves

The King of Pop did the moonwalk.

Photo: Frank Micelotta/Getty Images
September 07, 2001


Fancy Mehandi

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Fancy Mehandi


Fancy Mehandi
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Fancy Mehandi


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Spice Remedies for All Disease

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Spice Remedies for All Disease


Spice Remedies for All Disease


COLDS

Mix a gram of dalchini/cinnamon powder with a teaspoon of honey to
cure cold. Prepare a cup of tea to which you should add ginger, clove, bay
leaf and black pepper. This should be consumed twice a day. Reduce the
intake as the cold disappears.

GINGER FOR COLDS.

Ginger tea is very good to cure cold. Preparation of tea: cut ginger
into small pieces and boil it with water, boil it a few times and then
add sugar to sweeten and milk to taste, and drink it hot.

DRY COUGHS.

Add a gram of turmeric (haldi) powder to a teaspoon of honey for
curing dry cough. Also chew a cardamom for a long time.

BLOCKED NOSE.

For blocked nose or to relieve congestion, take a table spoon of
crushed carom seeds (ajwain) and tie it in a cloth and inhale it.

SORE THROAT.

Add a tea spoon of cumin seeds (jeera) and a few small pieces of dry
ginger to a glass of boiling water. Simmer it for a few minutes, and
then let it cool. Drink it twice daily. This will cure cold as well as
sour throat.

Spice Remedies for All Disease


AJWAIN/AJMO FOR ASTHMA.

Boil ajwain in water and inhale the steam.

CURE FOR BACKACHE.

Rub ginger paste on the backache to get relief.

GARLIC FOR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE.

Have 1-2 pod garlic (lasan) first thing in the morning with water

HONEY AND GINGER FOR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE.

Mix 1 table spoon and 1 table spoon ginger (adrak) juice, 1 table
spoon of crushed cumin seeds (jeera), and have it twice daily.

MIGRAINE.

For the cure of migraine or acute cold in the head; boil a tablespoon
of pepper powder, and a pinch of turmeric in a cup of milk, and have it
daily for a few couple of days.

BITTER GOURD/KARELA IS GOOD..

A tablespoon of amla juice mixed with a cup of fresh bitter gourd
(karela) juice and taken daily for 2 months reduces blood sugar.

TURMERIC/ARAD CURE FOR INJURIES

For any cut or wound, apply turmeric powder to the injured portion to
stop the bleeding. It also works as an antiseptic. You can tie a
bandage after applying haldi/turmeric.


Spice Remedies for All Disease


CRAMPS

You must do a self-massage using mustard oil every morning. Just take
a little oil between your palms and rub it all over your body. Then take
a shower. This is especially beneficial during winter. You could also
mix a little mustard powder with water to make a paste and apply this on
your palms and soles of your feet.

HEADACHES.

If you have a regular migraine problem, include five almonds along
with hot milk in your daily diet. You could also have a gram of black
pepper along with honey or milk, twice or thrice a day. Make an almond paste
by rubbing wet almonds against a stone. This can be applied to forehead.

Eat an apple with a little salt on an empty stomach everyday and see
its wonderful effects. OR When headache is caused by cold winds, cinnamon
works best in curing headache. Make a paste of cinnamon by mixing in
water and apply it all over your forehead

TURMERIC

FOR ARTHRITIS.

Turmeric can be used in treating arthritis due to its
anti-inflammatory property. Turmeric can be taken as a drink other than adding to dishes
to help prevent all problems. Use one teaspoon of turmeric powder per
cup of warm milk every day. It is also used as a paste for local
action.


GOOD FOR THE HEART

Turmeric lower cholesterol and by preventing the formation of the
internal blood clots improves circulation and prevents heart disease
and stroke. Turmeric can be taken as a drink other than adding to dishes
to help prevent all problems. Use one teaspoon of turmeric powder per cup
of warm milk every day. It is also used as a paste for local action.

GOOD FOR INDIGESTION

Turmeric can be used to relieve digestive problems like ulcers,
dysentery. Turmeric can be taken as a drink other than adding to
dishes to help prevent all problems. Use one teaspoon of turmeric powder per
cup of warm milk every day. It is also used as a paste for local
action.


HONEY IS A GOOD CURE FOR ALL DISEASES

Mix 1 teaspoon honey with ? teaspoon cinnamon powder and have at night.


HICCUPS

Take a warm slice of lemon and sprinkle salt, sugar and black pepper
on it. The lemon should be eaten until the hiccups stop.

HIGH BLOOD CHOLESTEROL

In 1 glass of water, add 2 tbsps of coriander/dhania seeds and bring
to a boil. Let the decoction cool for some time and then strain. Drink
this mixture two times in a day. OR Sunflower seeds are extremely
beneficial, as they contain linoleic acid that helps in reducing the cholesterol
deposits on the walls of arteries.

PILES

Radish juice should be taken twice a day, once in the morning and
then later in the night. Initially drink about ? cup of radish juice and
then gradually increase it to ? cup. OR Soak 3-4 figs in a glass of water.
Keep it overnight. Consume the figs on an empty stomach, the next day
in the morning

VOMITING

Take 2 cardamoms/elachi and roast them on a dry pan (tava). Powder the
cardamoms and thereafter add a tsp of honey in it. Consume it
frequently. It serves as a fabulous home remedy for vomiting. OR In
the mixture of 1 tsp of mint juice and 1 tsp limejuice, add ? tsp of
ginger juice and 1 tsp honey. Drink this mixture to prevent vomiting. OR
Limejuice is an effective remedy for vomiting. Take a glass of chilled
limejuice and sip slowly. To prevent vomiting, drink ginger tea. OR In
1 glass water, add some honey and drink sip by sip.

WARTS

Apply castor oil daily over the problematic area. Continue for
several months. OR Apply milky juice of fresh and barely-ripe figs a number of
times a day. Continue for two weeks. OR Rub cut raw potatoes on the
affected area several times daily. Continue for at least two weeks. OR
Rub cut onions on the warts to stimulate the circulation of blood.. OR
Apply milk from the cut end of dandelion over the warts 2-3 times a
day. OR Apply oil extracted from the shell of the cashew nut over the
warts. OR Apply Papaya juice OR Apply Pineapple juice.

URINARY TRACT INFECTION

In 8 oz of water, put ? tsp of baking soda and drink it. OR Drink
plenty of water, as it aids in flushing out the waste products from the body.
OR Drink Cranberry juice. You can also add some apple juice for taste.

SINUSITIS

Mango serves as an effective home remedy for preventing the frequent
attacks of sinus, as it is packed with loads of vitamin A. OR Another
beneficial remedy consists of consuming pungent foods like onion and
garlic, as a part of your daily meals. OR Fenugreek/methi leaves are
considered valuable in curing sinusitis. In 250 ml water, boil 1 tsp
of Fenugreek seeds and reduce it to half. This will help you to perspire,
dispel toxicity and reduce the fever period. OR Tie a tsp of black
cumin seeds in a thin cotton cloth and inhale.

TONSILLITIS

Take a fresh lemon and squeeze it in a glass of water. Add 4 tsp of
honey and ? tsp of salt in it. Drink it slowly sip by sip. OR Milk has
proved beneficial in treating tonsillitis. In 1 glass of pure boiled
milk, add a pinch of turmeric powder and pepper powder. Drink it every
night for about 3 days.

The Urdu Language Downfall

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The Urdu Language Downfall


The Urdu Language DownfallUrdu as is used in Pakistan in current times has departed greatly from the literary form used by the educated and commoners of the past. Pakistan was built on firm grounds with Urdu to remain as the language of prestige and greatest articulacy. In current times, however, Urdu is seen as a language too complicated to learn by younger generations and has stepped into the background. People would rather prefer English as taught in their schools (by Musharraf’s government) or the Hindustani that they hear on Hindi films.



Bollywood has played a great part in the downfall of the Urdu language. Indians have adapted Urdu for many of their songs, believing that Urdu is the superior language (in eloquence) of the subcontinent. Even though less than 5% of their population (the Muslims of India) speak what they call Urdu; they still feel the need to develop their songs in the Muslim’s language. It plays as a snare for the Pakistanis; they would watch them believing they use Urdu but eventually they would end up adapting a plethora of Hindi vocabulary in the midst. Instead of reading and learning the language and concepts of the Quran, Urdu poetry of old, or the sciences they decide to spend 3 hours everyday to be influenced by a Hindi movie. A detriment to their modesty, brain, religion, and tongue.



Many people who achieve the slightest amount of education in Pakistan feel the need to express themselves in English. There are two reasons for this, the lack of knowledge in Urdu and an inferiority complex. A famous Arab scholar once said, “the one who adapts and replaces his customs for another’s is indeed the defeated.” And then there are those who follow blindly to become just another brick in the wall.



What remains of Urdu is just the news, national anthem, and the Urdu poems of Ghalib and Iqbal that fill the hallways of secluded school hallways. Today, Urdu is reserved to religious men and institutions as well as political debates. The common language of the everyday man, however, is moving slowly towards a mix of Hindi/Hindustani and English. It is even worse for Pakistanis abroad whose children have no source to learn the language of their ancestors. Many turn to Bollywood films thinking they would find it there; soon they end up speaking most of what is Hindustani.

The Urdu Language Future

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The Urdu Language Future


The Urdu Language Future


The Urdu Language FutureUncertainty encompasses the future of the language and if events continue in the same path they are currently headed, Urdu will soon be forgotten. The term, Urdu, may remain in use but to refer to a language almost completely different from what it was before. It would be more appropriate to label it as an English or Hindi derivative.



The government of Musharraf has made English as the compulsory language to be taught in Pakistan. Urdu literature has lost its popularity there and the number of students in advanced Urdu studies is decreasing by the year.



As Bollywood spreads in popularity, the Hindustani (mix between Hindi, English, and Urdu) also gains prestige. Most people view Hindi films through VCDs available on the black market. Recently, two Indian films (dealing with Muslim accomplishments in the Southern Asia) have been given permission to be shown in Pakistani theatres. These are just the initial steps of what is to come.



The future lies in the hands of the government and ministers in charge of education and law. Sellers of VCDs that promote indecency should be banned from selling after given sufficient warning. Classical Urdu (advanced) should be compulsory to all students along with some knowledge of Arabic (so to understand the Qur’an). The understanding of Arabic in the Qur’an will also pave a way to eliminate ignorance in the society which will in turn stop extremism and terrorism at its roots. Only students who chose fields in which English is necessary (to read textbooks and research) should be taught English at advanced levels. For the long term, projects should be initiated to translate English books on sciences into the Urdu language.



Religious schools (دینی مدارس) should be used as educational institutions through which Pakistan can raise their literacy rates. Just by having the ability to read the script from the Qur’an, people will be literate to some extent to read Urdu as well. Proper organization with a system of teaching in each Masaajid (Places of worship) will enable the country to become civilized.

The need for a central organization for the preservation and education of the Urdu language remains. Perhaps one day people shall realize the need and make the initiative. Until then it is up to individuals to educate about a language that may be soon forgotten.

A Brief History of Urdu languages

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A Brief History of Urdu languages


A Brief History of Urdu languages

A Brief History of Urdu languages
Urdu, the national language of Pakistan, was created around the 1600’s in Central Asia. The word ‘Urdu’ comes from the Turkish word ‘ordu’ meaning ‘camp’ or ‘army’. It was used as a unifying communication tool between the Muslim soldiers during their conquest of Ancient India (including Countries east until Myanmar) and Eastern Persia. These soldiers were of Persian, Arab, or Turkish descent. The majority of the soldiers, however, were of Persian origin. This directly affected the language to be used between them. The language of the government and that which dominated earlier on was Farsi, but eventually changed to Urdu to accommodate the other races. Despite the fact, Urdu vocabulary contains approximately 70% Farsi and the rest being a mix of Arabic and Turkish. The grammar takes some elements from Farsi and Arabic but also has elements that are unique and different from all three of its mother tongues. In current times, however, many Urdu speakers have adopted many English and Hindi terms following the effects of globalization and the success of Bollywood, the Indian film industry, in Pakistan.



The purpose of this site is to inform viewers about the history, current situation, and future of the Urdu language. Further information can be found on the other pages by clicking the tabs located at the top of this page.

Main Urdu Bazaar ISLAMABAD

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Main Urdu Bazaar ISLAMABAD


Main Urdu Bazaar  ISLAMABAD
Saeed Book Bank: ISLAMABAD OFFICE & SHOWROOM : Al-Rehman Centre, F-7 Markaz, Jinnah Super, Islamabad, Pakistan. Phone: 92-51-2651656,57,58 Fax: 92-51-2651660 Post Box: 515, Post Mall, F-7, Islamabad.
PESHAWAR OFFICE & SHOWROOM : Arbab Road, Peshawar Cantt. Pakistan.Phone 92-91-273761, 285724, Fax: 92-91-275801, 274081 Post Box : 43, G.P.O., Peshawar Cantt, Pakistan.
Mr. Books –10-D, Super Market, Islamabad Tel: 051-2278845-2278843
Book City Super Market, Islamabad Tel: 051-2877557
Book Fair Jinnah Super Market Islamabad Tel: o51-2651116-2650080
London Book Company Cohosar Market F-6 Islamabad Tel: o51-2823852
Book Traders Jinnah Super Market Islamabad Tel: o51-22650194
Main Urdu Bazaar  ISLAMABAD

Urdu Bazaar In Karachi Pakistan

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Urdu Bazaar In Karachi Pakistan


Urdu Bazaar In Karachi Pakistan




Urdu Bazaar In Karachi Pakistan
Urdu Bazaar In Karachi Pakistan
Welcome Book Port – Main Urdu Bazaar – Karachi – Tel: 021-2633151, (92) 21 4545885
Liberty Books – Sana Heaven, MACHS Roundabout, Karachi – Tel: 021-4384855
Liberty Books – Park Towers (A-11), Clifton, Karachi – Tel: 021-5832525
Pak book agency urdu bazar Karachi
Sheikh sons’ urdu bazar Karachi
National book sellers urdu bazar Karachi
Saleem book depot urdu bazar Karachi
Punjab book house urdu bazar Karachi
Afzal book company sader Karachi
Royal book company rex center zail-u-nisa street sader Karachi

Urdu Bazaar In Lahore Pakistan

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Urdu Bazaar In Lahore Pakistan


Urdu Bazaar In Lahore Pakistan



Fact Publications 14/B Ali Plaza Second Floor Temple Road Lahore, Pakistan Tel:042-8460228, 042-8478278, Cell: 0321-6301035-6
Urdu Bazaar In Lahore Pakistan
Tayeb Publishers 5 Ghazani Street Urdu Bazar Lahore- Tel: 042-7241778
Nigarshat 24 Mozang Road Lahore Tel: 7322892 Fax: 042-7354205
Froaz sons 60-the mall Lahore Tel: 042-111626262 Fax: 042-6369204
Ilmo Irafan Publishers 10 Urdu Bazar Lahore
Haq publishers Sayeed plaza chetregy road Lahore Tel: 042-7220631
Mushtaq Book Corner Urdu Bazar Lahore
Variety Books - 1, Commercial Zone, Liberty, Lahore – Tel: 5758355
Multiline Books Shop - 3, Ahmed Mansion, Regal Chowk – Tel: 7353564
Maktaba Rashidia - 25 Lower Mall, Lahore – Tel: 7111899
Elite Book Centre - 6 the Mall, Lahore – Tel: 7232121
Urdu Bazaar In Lahore Pakistan

Damaged Gadgets

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Damaged Gadgets


Damaged Gadgets
Damaged Gadgets

Damaged Gadgets


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