Everyone possesses a number of passions, aspirations, emotions and feelings coming to them instinctively or as a reaction to the prevailing environment. A quality of a successful person is the capability of making the right decision at the right time and replacing desire by reason. We come across many challenges and tasks which determine our success or failure in the long run. One reality that every person faces is ‘fear’.
Fear is the worst feeling that engulfs a person. Everyone has… Continue
Added by ___ ¤°»ÏrRê§ìstìß£e«°¤ on January 5, 2010 at 11:33am —
Added by Ahmad on January 3, 2010 at 11:28am —
Cell phones are here to stay, and people are using them more and more for both business and private calls. With an increasingly connected society, it is becoming more and more important to know how to use these devices properly. The individuals at Info World,
), provide us with ten rules to using your cell phone in a way that allows… Continue
Added by Ahmad on January 3, 2010 at 9:46am —
There are many reasons for us to forget and struggle to recall the information we need. However, the fault is not with the memory process itself, instead it lies with the way a person uses his memory that it gets very cluttered, making it very difficult to remember anything. Following are some tips to improve our memory.
Organise your life
Plan your future purposefully. Just keep in mind what you have to do, how you have to achieve your goal and how much time you… Continue
Added by ___ ¤°»ÏrRê§ìstìß£e«°¤ on January 3, 2010 at 3:38am —
Added by Wasim Anjum on January 1, 2010 at 11:37pm —
It’s just the beginning of a brand new year. If you're prone to optimism, as it is, the traditions are followed eagerly in almost all parts of Pakistan. Midnight parties, verbal countdowns, wishes, gifts and of course, the impregnable spirit of resolutions.
Not that there's anything wrong with making promises to oneself. I am all for grabbing a sheet and filling it with the imperfections one has seen through the year along with their possible solutions. And if nothing, at least… Continue
Added by ___ ¤°»ÏrRê§ìstìß£e«°¤ on January 1, 2010 at 10:37am —
A very important phenomenon in the Pakistani electronic media, where little, irritating films about fairness creams and mobile phone connections become the lifeline of big, irritating seths running really irritating TV channels. Also, the constant source of that wonderfully poignant line, ‘choti si break,’ which, however, may last as long as a military dictatorship in Pakistan.
Asif Ali Zardari:
A custom-made punching bag with prominent teeth for talk show… Continue
Added by ___ ¤°»ÏrRê§ìstìß£e«°¤ on December 30, 2009 at 12:11pm —
Added by ___ ¤°»ÏrRê§ìstìß£e«°¤ on December 29, 2009 at 2:34pm —
PLEASE ADD HADEES MUBARKA, SAYING OF IMAMS
Added by Ravi on December 27, 2009 at 11:42am —
We spend our whole life in the pursuit of happiness. It is our inalienable right to do so. Happiness is elusive; just when we believe we have achieved it, the bar is raised, the dues increase, the rules change. Perhaps we are chasing the dream of happiness in all the wrong places. There are three minimum requirements for a happy life. If you never become rich or famous, if you never achieve the level of success you envision for yourself, you can strive to acquire the attributes of faith, hope… Continue
Added by ___ ¤°»ÏrRê§ìstìß£e«°¤ on December 22, 2009 at 4:30pm —
A true Muslim is “One who loves for the sake of Allah alone and hates for the sake of Allah alone; and whatever he gives for the sake of Allah alone; and whatever he withholds, withhold for the sake of Allah alone, indeed, he perfects his Imãn.” (Abu Dã’wood).
Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) explains that to be a true believer ones love and enmity, affections, relations and transactions should have only one purpose; to seek Allah’s pleasure. Without this one’s Imãn will not… Continue
Added by ___ ¤°»ÏrRê§ìstìß£e«°¤ on December 20, 2009 at 9:31pm —
I have, on occasion, come across Muslims who are sincere but ignorant of some of the finer points of Islamic lifestyle according to the traditions of the Holy Prophet (may Peace and Blessings be upon him). This however, is easy to do in this day and age where there are so many forgotten traditions of the Holy Prophet which if we saw today we may think they are some strange bidat! One of these forgotten traditions is one of the most basic and fundamental elements of our dear religion, the… Continue
Added by ___ ¤°»ÏrRê§ìstìß£e«°¤ on December 19, 2009 at 8:03pm —
DAJJAL Kaun kaab kaaha by Mufti Abu Lubaba Shah Mansoor.pdf
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Added by Musafir on December 18, 2009 at 1:00pm —
With today's economy, students are more worried than ever about what kind of career awaits them. The best way to increase the odds that the job you'll get won't involve waiting tables or flipping burgers is to get the skills you need while you're still studying. Here are some critical job skills that every student should master, regardless of his or her ultimate career path:
Writing clearly and forcefully.
Students often don't recognize how important writing skills are in many… Continue
Added by Ahmad on December 13, 2009 at 2:44am —
Education is one of the most important building blocks in the progress of a Nation. Talking about the education sector of Pakistan we come across many names who promise to provide world class quality education. But the question is; are they really providing the quality education on the basis of which we can compete at international level? Though, there are many institutions and Universities that are serving this purpose but I would like to talk about Virtual University (VU), Pakistan first… Continue
Added by Ahmad on December 6, 2009 at 1:07am —
When we discussed about the education system of any country, we compare it with the developed country. The countries which has maximum literacy rate are developed. Recent time the European countries are most developed countries. These countries have standard education system.
When we discuss an education system 1st of all we think about the motivation of students for studies. The more a student is motivated more interest he will show in studies. In our country no motivation system is… Continue
Added by Ahmad on December 3, 2009 at 1:37am —
BOOK PARH KAR APNAY COMMENTS ZROZ SEND KARAIN......................................
Added by Musafir on November 27, 2009 at 10:00pm —
Here is the link provided by the Virtual University, http://vulms.vu.edu.pk/Notifications_Links_Files/VUTES_files/frame.htm
in which they tell us the way of taking the exam. (PPT Slides)
Please note this link Specially New at Virtual Uni, and also Forward to others.
Added by M. Jibran alam on November 24, 2009 at 7:18pm —
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I got a website, where you can upload your pictures FREE. its a free image hosting service. So i want to share this website. i.e. http://www.photoweblink.com
. Go there, Watch the picutes in Gallary and can upload yours picture.
Take the link of that picutes and post them here, or any blog or any forum.
Added by M. Jibran alam on November 24, 2009 at 7:05pm —
Peshawar was once the city of glamour and gaiety, thrill and shrill, romance and vengeance; similarities and contrasts. Lying within a horse-shoe ring of mountains at 1,138 metres above sea level, it is one of the oldest cities of Pakistan.
For its historical monuments and archaeological wealth, varied ethnography, customs and traditions, natural beauty and pleasant environment, the enchanting city was dubbed as the ‘Paris of Pathans’ by Lowell Thomas. Open through the Khyber Pass to… Continue
Added by ___ ¤°»ÏrRê§ìstìß£e«°¤ on November 23, 2009 at 8:59pm —