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Friday, November 23, 2012

Pakistan Stands on $67 billion Dept

Pakistan Stands on $67 billion Dept,97 billion dollars in Swiss Banks,Rs8.5 trillion (US $94 billion) in corruption.
BY:Shoaib Habib Memon
The USA is a vast country with huge resources, but it has a mounting debt too that has to be repaid. The total national debt of the US stands at more than $15 trillion. This loan works out to be $49,762 for every man, woman and child in the US. It owes to China $1.3 trillion.
There’re various reasons for the accumulation of this loan, among which, Bush’s policies, the federal government’s spending spree and paying for two wars on borrowed money, stand out prominently. But, despite this loan, it’s also advancing aid to various countries. One fails to understand as to how it’s managing all this?
It looks as if we, in Pakistan, are also toeing the US line. Our total external debt has swelled to around $67 billion. This is over and above the huge internal debt. We’re printing currency notes to the tune of Rs1.5 to 3 billion daily. Every Pakistani man, woman and child is indebted to an amount of Rs 61,000 each. It appears that this loan will keep rising till the time the next general elections take place. One fails to understand as to where all this money has gone and how this debt is going to be repaid.
The value of Pakistani rupee has fast eroded during the last four-and-a- half years, and will soon touch Rs100 to a dollar.
Therefore Poverty has brought Pakistan face to face with a reality that it will find hard to accept: every third Pakistani is caught in the ‘poor’ bracket i.e. some 58.7 million out of a total population of 180 million subsist below the poverty line. This includes more than half the population in the forever remote Balochistan, 33 per cent in Sindh, 32 per cent in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and 19 per cent in Punjab. These are daunting figures. But they are much needed for planning, especially when the government appears too embarrassed to release statistics related to poverty.
A Study identifies the 20 poorest districts, 16 of which exist in Balochistan that has been long agitating for attention. There are no marks for guessing that the other four poorest districts are also located away from the train of progress, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The exercise doesn’t identify the causes behind this continued and unfortunate disparity, but the basic factor responsible for the situation is not very difficult to list. The primary reason is the lack of proper, meaningful and non-discriminatory representation for all regions in decision-making. Those who are able to some extent participate in the running of affairs do manage to secure a better deal. Others are denied participation, and democracy for them remains an illusion. The first resource they are looking for is the space from where they can speak and be heard. This is the most essential prerequisite to progress.
 Sametime if We Look Statment of Director Swiss Bank said that Pakistan has 97 billion dollars in Swiss Banks.

Director Swiss Bank said  on Sep 2011 that ‘Pakistanis are poor but Pakistan isn’t a poor country.’ He added that 97 billion dollars of Pakistan is deposited in respective bank and if this money would be utilized for the welfare of Pakistan and its people then Pakistan can make tax less budget for 30 years, can create 60 million jobs, can carpet four lanes road from any village to Islamabad, endless power supply to five hundred social projects, every citizen can get 20000 rupees salary for the next 60 years and there is no need to see IMF and any World Bank for loans.
According to calculations performed by Transparency International Pakistan has lost an unbelievably high amount, more than Rs8.5 trillion (US $94 billion), in corruption, tax evasion and bad governance during the last four years . An adviser of Transparency International acknowledged that "Pakistan does not need even a single penny from the outside world if it effectively checks the menace of corruption and ensures good governance".The Transparency International also noted that the four years of the present regime had been the worst in terms of corruption and bad governance in the country’s history.
Pakistan is a Passing in Difficult Condition due to Terrorism . Its economy is facing fluctuations now a day. At the time of independence Pakistan has very low resources and capital, so the processes of progress were very slow. Unfortunately the politicians of Pakistan were all not well aware of modern global system and the progress processes and the needs of country. Due to bad policies today Pakistan is facing a lot of problems. The continuous failure of policies leads the people of country to miserable conditions. The major problem in the country is poverty which is becoming the cause of crime and social disorder.
Sources: Collected from Dawn,Pakistantoday News.
Writter is Independent Observor you Can Reach by Mobile.0314 2090252


King FAISAL !! Late (شاہ فیصل مرحوم)

بسم اللہ الرحمٰن الرحیم
السلام و علیکم و رحمۃ اللہ و برکاتہ

کسنجر کا جہاز
اور شاہ فیصل مرحوم کی دو  رکعتیں
عربوں کی اسرائیل کے ساتھ 1973  میں لڑی گئی مشہورِ زمانہ جنگ یوم کپور  یا  جنگِ اکتوبر  میں امریکہ اگر پسِ پردہ اسرئیل کی امداد نہ کرتا تو مؤرخین لکھتے  ہیں کہ فلسطین کا مسئلہ حل ہو چکا ہوتا۔ فخر کی بات یہ ہے کہ اس جنگ میں پاکستان نے بھی مقدور بھر حصہ لے کر تاریخ میں پنا نام امر کیا۔ اس جنگ کا مختصر احوال ویکیپیڈیا پر موجود ہے
اس جنگ کے دوران شاہ  فیصل مرحوم نے ایک دلیرانہ فیصلہ کرتے ہوئے تیل کی پیداوار کو بند کردیا تھا، ان کا یہ مشہور قول (ہمارے آباء و اجداد  نے اپنی زندگیاں  دودھ اور کھجور کھا کر گزار ی تھیں، آج اگر ہمیں بھی ایسا کرنا پڑ جاتا ہے تو کوئی فرق نہیں پڑے گا) اپنی ایک علیٰحدہ ہی تاریخ رکھتا ہے۔
شاہ  فیصل مرحوم  کا  یہ فیصلہ امریکہ کیلئے ایک کاری ضرب کی حیثیت رکھتا تھا جس کو تبدیل کرنے کی ہر امریکی تدبیر ناکام ہو رہی تھی۔  امریکی وزیرِ خارجہ کسنجر  نےشاہ  فیصل مرحوم  سے 1973 میں اسی سلسے  میں جدہ میں ایک ملاقات کی۔
تیل کی پیداوار کو دوبارہ شروع کرنے میں قائل کرنے کی ناکامی کے بعد کسنجر نے گفتگو کو  ایک جذباتی موڑ دینے کی  کوشش کرتے ہوئے شاہ  فیصل مرحوم سے کہا کہ  اے معزز بادشاہ، میرا جہاز ایندھن نہ ہونے کے سبب  آپ کے ہوائی اڈے پر ناکارہ کھڑا ہے، کیا آپ اس میں تیل بھرنے کاحکم  نہیں دیں گے ؟
دیکھ لیجئےکہ میں آپ کو  اسکی ہر قسم کی قیمت ادا کرنے کیلئے تیار بیٹھا ہوں۔
کسنجر خود لکھتا ہے کہ میری اس بات سے شاہ فیصل  مرحوم کے چہرے پر کسی قسم کی کوئی مسکراہٹ تک نہ آئی، سوائے اس کے کہ انہوں نے اپنا  جذبات سے عاری چہرہ اٹھا کر میری طرف دیکھا اور کہا،
میں ایک عمر رسیدہ اور ضعیف آدمی ہوں، میری ایک ہی خواہش ہے کہ مرنے سے پہلے مسجد اقصی میں نماز کی دو رکعتیں پڑھ لوں، میری اس خواہش کو پورا کرنے میں تم میری کوئی مدد کر سکتے ہو؟


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  بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

اللهم صل على محمد و ال واصحاب محمد
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته


Let us unite in the Love of ALLAH's Beloved Prophet
(Sallallaho Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam)
جزاكم الله خيرا وأحسن الجزاء في الدنيا والأخرة
اللهم صل على محمد و ال واصحاب محمد

To have and to hold ... for 87 years!

To have and to hold ... for 87 years! World's longest married couple share their secrets to living happily ever after

  • Karam, 107, and Katari, 100, have been married for 87 years
  • They have 8 children and 28 grandchildren together
  • The marriage is almost 5 years longer than current Guinness record holders
  • Couple say that laughter and looking after each other is key to marriage
By Bianca London 

 1 In an age where few marriages endure the test of time, 107-year-old Karam and his wife Katari Chand, 100, are proof that happy ever after does exist.
The couple, who have eight children and twenty eight grandchildren together, have lived in wedded bliss for 87 years making them the world's longest married couple.
The pair say that the key to success is looking after each other in every way possible: ‘My trick is to make Katari laugh. I like to tell jokes and make her smile. Being funny is my way of being romantic.' says Karam.
Karam and Katari Chand have been married for 87 years and are in the process of being confirmed as Guinness World Record holders for the world's longest marriage
Karam and Katari Chand have been married for 87 years and are in the process of being confirmed as Guinness World Record holders for the world's longest marriage

‘I have been told laughing makes you live longer... my wife is still alive so it must have worked! I love her so much and I want to spend another 80 years by her side,’ said Karam.
From romantic meals to sharing jokes, the couple, who hail from Punjab, India and now live in Bradford ensure that they do little things for each other to keep the romance alive.
    Katari told romantic networking site ‘When I was young I used to make him a nice fresh meal every night. We are vegetarian so I brought lots of fresh vegetables and made sure he was eating healthy food.
    ‘Health is very important and I wanted to look after him so we could grow old together. Some would say it has worked!
    The couple, who are both over 100, have eight children and twenty eight grandchildren together
    The couple, who are both over 100, have eight children and twenty eight grandchildren together
    ‘Oh and how can I forget, I always save a bit of my chapatti for him. Just a little gesture that he appreciated a lot and it kept me a bit slimmer.’
    Karam, who likes to do a word search every day to keep his mind alive, believes that spending plenty of time together has helped their marriage last.
    ‘We have not spent any long span apart in over 50 years. We go everywhere together – up until a few years ago we went to India every year with the family and for all family weddings we make sure we get to stay together,’ he said.
    They maintain that the key to standing the test of time in marriage is looking after each other in every way possible
    They maintain that the key to standing the test of time in marriage is looking after each other in every way possible
    Their marriage has lasted nearly five years longer than that of the current Guinness World Record holders and the couple are in the process of getting confirmation from the company that they will be named as the new record holders.
    Many modern day romances fail to stand the test of time but longevity and experience makes Karam the best man to go to for relationship advice.
    ‘In the past people used to listen. Now I don’t think people take the time to listen to each other properly. People seem too busy today with work, TV and other stuff going on around them.
    ‘Relationships are about understanding one another and listening to concerns and problems, so my advice to men and women is to listen to their partners, show interest in what they are saying and help them overcome any worries or problems they are going through,’ he said.
    Karam and Katari Chand received a certificate of achievement from dating site Zoosk

    The couple love to make each other laugh and will have a joint birthday celebration in November
    The couple love to make each other laugh and will have a joint birthday celebration in November
    And their son Satpaul, who is extremely proud of his parent’s relationship, added his own words of wisdom.
    He said: ‘One piece of advice that I can’t stress enough is to keep your parents very close. We live with them in Bradford and look after them because we want to help them live as long as they can together.
    ‘I don’t want to see their love story end. I truly believe that by helping them over the last few years we have enabled them to enjoy their time together with no stress and being looked after. 
    'Also, you have to value them while they are here because you never know how long they are going to be around for.’
    The still loved-up couple, who met through an arranged marriage, are having a big party in November to celebrate Karam’s 107th and Katari’s 100th birthday. The Mayor of Bradford as well as lots of community members will be joining in the festivities.


    • Always be faithful: always be faithful to one another. When you get married you commit to devoting your life to that person and even when the times are tough, don’t believe that the grass is greener...because it isn’t.
    • Look after each other as best you can: if you want to grow old with your partner you have to make sure you always look after each other in every shape and form. Whether it is making a meal, holding your partners hand when crossing the road or being a shoulder to cry on when something goes wrong.
    • Be tolerant of each other: everyone has bad habits or annoying traits. Whether it is leaving a towel on the floor or listening to the radio too loudly, you have to tolerate each other and realise that no one is perfect. Of course we irritate each other occasionally, but if you want to last nearly 90 years, learn to love bad habits or it won’t work.
    • Listen to each other: the most important thing in a relationship is to listen. People don’t listen anymore because they are too busy with work and TV. Listen to your loved ones’ problems and concerns every day, because then you can help them overcome them and be happier. Also, it brings you closer together because you are the first port of call for each other when there is an issue in your life.
    • Follow social and religious values: always make sure you follow social or religious values. Respect, care, cherish, love and value your partner – always treat them how you would want to be treated yourself.

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    Friday, November 2, 2012

    Legendary actor And Comedian Sikandar Sanam Passed away

     Legendary actor And Comedian Sikandar Sanam Passed away.

    إِنَّا لِلّهِ وَإِنَّـا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعون