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حکومت کا عیدالفطر کے بعد یوٹیوب کھولنے کا فیصلہ GOVERNMENT DECIDES TO RESTORE YOUTUBE AFTER EID-UL-FITR



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mu tor dein gy in ka jo b open kry ga youtube.

Pehly hmay khud thk hony k zrorat ha, still unblocker are in use almost everywhere in PAK. Is there anyone dare to say that he/she never use utube after block? anyone? hmy kyu is ka ghulam bnaya hua ha kya hm apna server nahi oprate skty that can fulfill our academic activities just like utube? hm u tube ka boycot krna chaty han pr us ka alternate b to do.'

Are you agree with me?

very hona chahiye

Meri dil say opinion yeh hay keh Pakistan being a muslim state .... un cheezon per restriction honi chahiye jin ko hamaray mazhab nay haram karar dia hay.

Even I would recommend to ensure safe browsing to all people like safe browsing is ensured in institutes and campuses of Pakistan. For this, restrictions should be made on ISPs.

@yasir saghir please visit this link

All vu lectures are available on open course ware of Virtual University site.


Tu kia Saudia Arabia Muslim State nhi hai??/

choro bhai pehle khud yahan pe dekh lo.....gharon main beth k ayaashiyaan krte hain bahir Islam k naaare lgate hain

bate to sb he buht bari bari kr rahe ho pehle ye btao k kisi ne khud yu tube band ki jb k govt ne to kr di the sb ne proxy server se connect kar k chlai hue the to ab ku itne bate bana rahe ho sare he????????????????

hahha You re right Doll

Shining Doll right say

youtube band to hy laken pher b her koi os k different alternatives use karta hy.

 Alhamdulillah. I have not used youtube since that day, ainj v ae saday eman da takaza ae k jad ehtajaj krna ha te fir krna ha, aho


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