Sunday, September 30, 2012

Why Pakistan Team Loose match Against India

Its not fair India why these girls are standing there ??

Ankita Shorey Bollywood's best fresh face

Ankita Shorey named as Bollywood's best fresh face

She took the ramp by storm with her killer looks, taking the aura off other Bollywood divas. And now, she has been named the face of the country's most prestigious bridal soiree, the Indian Bridal Week 2012.

Snow in swat

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Safirullah Siddiqui ‘Lehri’

Safirullah Siddiqui ‘Lehri’ (January 2, 1929 - September 13, 2012)
Lehri-(Pakistani film comedian ) LEGEND Died Today.
May his soul rest in peace !!! Ameen

He was one of Pakistan's greatest comedians who made his name inUrdu films. His film career started in the 1950s and lasted until the 1980s. He passed away on Sept. 13, 2012 in Karachi after a prolonged illness. He was 83.
Lehri won the Nigar Award[1] for around a dozen films. The late Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto provided him with a monthly stipend ofRs. 2,500 during her first tenure, which he continues to receive, though there has been no increase in the amount.
Lehri’s first film “Anokhi” was released in 1956, and his last production was Dhanak in 1986. The vast majority of his films have been in Urdu, though he did perform in a few Punjabi productions.


On January 2, 2012, Nawaz Sharif and members of his party visited Lehri at his "rihaish gah" or residence, enjoyed his jokes, and wrote him a check for Rs. 25 lakh.[2] Lehri died on 13 September 2012 at 9 am in Karachi. He had been under treatment in a private Karachi hospital at the time of his death.[3][4]


Nigar award for best comedian in the film 'Paigham' in 1964.
Nigar award for best comedian in the film 'Kaneez' in 1965.
Nigar award for best comedian in the film 'Mein wo nahi' in 1967.
Nigar award for best comedian in the film 'Saiqa' in 1968.
Nigar award for best comedian in the film 'Nai laila naya mujnu' in 1969.
Nigar award for best comedian in the film 'Anjuman' in 1970.
Nigar award for best comedian in the film 'Dil lagi' in 1972.
Nigar award for best comedian in the film 'Aaj aur kal' in 1976.
Nigar award for best comedian in the film 'Naya andaaz' in 1979.
Nigar award for best comedian in the film 'Saima' in 1985.
Nigar award for best comedian in the film 'Beewe ho to aisee' in 1986.

Lehri Pakistani Comedian Report 

Pakistani Comedian Lehri . Some part of the interview

Lehri P 5th and Last (old age interview)

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Cloud Computing- Nothing Less than Magic

Cloud Computing- Nothing Less than Magic

Nowadays, almost everybody is connected via Internet and can be easily accessible by a click. Some may chose Face Book for socializing while others may use Twitter. Hi5 or LinkedIn may also be an option. Similarly, many chose to use Hotmail accounts while some prefer Gmail or Yahoo. If one speaks about streaming entertainment, then Netflix and Spotify are available options. If I ever required a suggestion for sharing photos, then for obvious reasons some will suggest Flickr to me while others would recommend Photobucket.

The uses of modern technology, for centralizing storage space, memory, the processing is a task, which not many of us are familiar with. Thus this informative piece is so that we mat be able to understand the benefit of what is known as Cloud Computing.
For many years there’s been talk about Cloud Computing and many people I’ve spoken with still have yet to fully understand it. To break it down into it’s simplest terms, Cloud Computing is a powerful, modern day technology that uses the Internet connection and central remote servers to retain data and applications. Cloud computing allows users and businesses to use applications without installation to access their private files at any computer with a given Internet access. This technology allows for much better organized computing by centralizing storage space, memory, processing and bandwidth.

Web-based email services like Gmail and Hotmail deliver a cloud computing service: users can access their email “in the cloud” from any computer with a browser and Internet connection, regardless of what kind of hardware is on that particular computer. The emails are hosted on Google’s and Microsoft’s servers, rather than being stored locally on the client computer.

Over the last few years we’ve seen tremendous growth in cloud computing, as witnessed by the many popular Web apps used today, including: VoIP (e.g., Skype, Google Voice), social applications (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn), media services (e.g., Picassa, YouTube, Flickr), content distribution (e.g., BitTorrent), financial apps (e.g., Mint), and many more. Even traditional desktop software, such as Microsoft Office, has moved in part to the Web, starting with its Office 2010 Web Apps.

Cloud services free businesses and consumers from having to invest in hardware or install software on their devices. They reduce maintenance and hardware upgrading needs; because the solutions are all Web-based, even older computers can be used to access cloud services.

For mobile users especially, cloud computing provides incredible flexibility with which professionals can work from any computing device, as long as they have access to the Web. It also makes collaboration easier, since distributed teams (or a combination of mobile workers and in-office staff) can work on shared information stored centrally in the cloud via, for example, online group ware applications.
Working in the Cloud:    
There are some obstacles to cloud computing. An Internet connection is obviously necessary to take full advantage of a cloud service. When you’re offline–or if there are any disruptions with the cloud service itself–the data may not be accessible at all. (Some cloud apps, like Gmail, have offline capability; others, like Mint, require an Internet connection. The notetaking application, Evernote, offers a good in-between or hybrid solution, with both desktop/phone software and an online service that syncs your notes to the cloud.)
But generally, in my opinion, For now cloud computing’s greatest beneficiaries may be remote workers, as Web-based apps empower us to be truly mobile and still accomplish our going to make accessing, using and managing IT easier for small businesses than ever before.