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Pekar by Sajjad Ali (Lyrics)

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I was looking for the lyrics and found this post on Ali Raza’s Blog, so I am copy pasting it as it is:


Pekar meaning picture

I was surpised to listen this Farsi song from Pakistani singer, but wordings are beautiful with out standing voice

lyrics are as follow

Pekar-e-Husn-o-jamal-o-khud numai yak taraf
Jaan bay deegar duroon-e-aQL shakl-e-badnuma
Khwab deedan yak taraf tabeer deedan yak taraf

Sazish-o-makr-o-farebi, zarf khoordan gumzada
Haif insaan Haif insaan Shehr-e-mann herat kada

Too hidayat yak taraf, Mushkil kushai yak taraf

Chashm-e-purnam, Chashm-e-purnam
Dil Gariftan, Dil Gariftan
Bar-sar-e-bazar ruswa
Gulistan ra khaak kardan

Kibriyai yak taraf
Khauf-e-Khudai yak taraf

Translation

A life without Reason and tought, a face so distastefull
Watching dreams on one side and their translation on the other

Cheat and Schemes, Conscience has been forgoten
This Human, This Human, lives in its own world inside it so amazing

Giving a good advise on side, and Helping one in need on the other

Singer: Sajjad Ali
Album: Chahar Balish
Download Song: Pekar

Enjoy 🙂

Kaun Hoga Naujawano Ka Wazeer-e-Azam

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Kaun Hoga Naujawano Ka Wazeer-e-Azam

This was supposed to be the last episode, but apparently it’s not
People appearing in this video:
Sir Asif — Muhammad Waqar
Arsalan — Qasim Karar
Saad — Salman (Me)
Ayesha — Musavir Gajani
Waqar Ahmed

Film: Aloo ChatSong: Dhadkey JiyaDownl

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Film: Aloo Chat
Song: Dhadkey Jiya
Download / Play Album: Aloo Chaat (2009)

Kuch baatein yunh hi
Aankhon se kar jaana
Acha lagta hai ye chehra takte jaana
Ab aa jo gaye ho to na phir jaana

Ye hi dua yunh hi sada
Tere liye Dhadke jiya Dhadke jiya
Ye raasta gum hoga
Ye dar tumhein hai na
Main aas pass kahin hun
Itna yakeen to hai na
Teri har aahat ka
Chup chup ke peeche peeche aana
Mujhe tanhayee mein tera ek lamha de jaana
Shayad ye lamha bhi phir khuda ne
Tere mere milne ka socha hai bahana

Yeh hi dua yunh hi sada
Tere liye dhadke jiya dhadke jiya
Palkein yunh jhukeen to kuch hua tha
Ye pal jaise ruk sa gaya tha
Mere sapno mein bhi har baar tu aana
Ab aa jo gaye ho to na phir jaana

Ye hi dua yunh hi sada
Tere liye dhadke jiya
Dhadke jiya dhadke jiya Dhadke jiya

Barish by Junoon Album Dewaar Download F

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Barish by Junoon Album Dewaar
Download From: http://dacoolsite.com/songs/Pakistani_Pop_Albums/Junoon/Daur-e-Junoon/

Subh-e-nau main Shaam-e-gham main
Kabhi hans kay Kabhi ro kay
Ik dujay main kho kay
Yaadon ki barish main bheegay thay ham
Khiyaloun ke aangan main aaye thay tum
Yaadon ki barish main bheegayyyyyy ham

Baadal ke aanchal main thay Sunehray do badan
Chaltay thay jab woh dono Tarasti thee pawan

Khushboo se khushboo khaye Mulaaim saa milan
Lagta tha jaisay sadiyoun Purani ho lagan

Yaadon ki barish main bheegay thay ham
Khiyaloun ke aangan main aaye thay tum

Kuch bhi nahi hai bas main Toofani hai ye raat
Miltay bichartay pal hain Bikhartee kaainaat

Iss say ziada ham say na ho ga intezaar
Is hee jahaan main de day qiyamat ki ayaat

Subh-e-Nau main Shaam-e-Gham main
Kabhi hans kay Kabhi ro kay
Ik dujay main kho kay

Yaadon ki barish main bheegay thay ham
Khiyaloun ke aangan main aaye thay tum
Yaadon ki barish main bheegayyyyyy ham

Baadal ke aanchal main thay Sunehray do badan
Chaltay thay jab woh dono Tarasti thee pawan

Khushboo se Khushboo khaye, Mulaaim saa milan
Lagta tha jaisay Sadiyoun purani ho lagan

Yaadon ki barish main bheegay thay ham
Khiyaloun ke aangan main aaye thay tum

Kuch bhi nahi hai bas main toofani hai ye raat
Miltay bichartay pal hain Bikhartee kaainaat
Iss say ziada ham say Na ho ga intezaar
Is hee jahaan main de day qiyamat ki ayaat

Yaadon ki barish main bheegay thay ham
Khiyaloun kay aangan main aai thay tum
Subh-e-nau main Shaam-e-gham main
Kabhi hans ke, Kahbi ro ke
Ik dujay main kho kay

Yaadon ki barish main bheegay thay ham
Khiyaloun kay aangan main aai thay tum
Yaadon ki barish main bheegay thay ham
Khiyaloun kay aangan main aai thay tum

The boy so set on getting to Cambridge he got 22 A-levels

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One ambition was fixed in Ali Moeen Nawazish’s mind as he made his way through school in Pakistan He wanted to win a place at Cambridge

Sitting seven A-levels might easily have done the trick, even though he had started to study some of the subjects only three days before the exam

But he was determined to get some good grades So he sat another three, and three more Then another nine Just in case, he took a couple of AS levels along the way

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Qualified success: Ali Moeen Nawazish

The result? The remarkable young student, who modestly explains he has ‘quite a thirst for knowledge’, secured 22 A grades, one B and a C

When he filled out his university application forms at home in Rawalpindi there was barely enough space to list his qualifications

His Cambridge dream came true four months ago when he embarked on a computer science degree course at Trinity Hall Now he is due to win another place – in the Guinness Book of Records

Yesterday Ali, 18, explained, perhaps superfluously, that he rather enjoys hard work He’s got even more qualifications in his sights to fulfil another ambition

‘I’m doing my current degree because I love it,’ he said ‘But what I want to do for the rest of my life is to be a doctor, so I hope to go on to study medicine’

Ali, who speaks Urdu, English and Punjabi, sat all the exams within 12 months at Rawalpindi’s Roots College International His entry was organised through accredited boards Ed-Excel and Cambridge International Examinations

Ali also achieved a top score in the US admissions test and was accepted by most Ivy League institutions, including Harvard and Yale Apart from core science subjects he is almost entirely self taught He studied for up to 12 hours a day, using energy drinks to help concentrate

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The 18 year-old boy genius took the long list of exams within 12-months netting himself 22 A grades, one B and one C

He still managed to keep up his leisure pursuits, however, playing the guitar, cricket and table tennis, and editing his school newspaper He even found time for a trip to America to attend a Harvard leadership course

But it wasn’t always like that

Ali’s incredible talent began to emerge only at the age of 15 He was a chubby boy and rather solitary and many of his early results were mediocre

He said: ‘Then one day it all clicked I needed to prove to myself, and to others, that I could do it’ At O-level – still an internationally recognised qualification – he got nine A grades

Then came the A-levels His mother Nisar Malik, 48, father Zaka Ullah, 51, both doctors, though worried about his workload, were very supportive ‘They always said that if I was happy, they were happy,’ he said ‘Now they love the fact that I’ve done so well’

So just how does he manage to achieve so much? One teacher described him as having ‘a mind like a scanner’ but Ali says he does not have a photographic memory

He simply enjoys learning ‘The way I work is by spending ten minutes on one subject, then switching to another, then another It’s a bit haphazard but it works’

He retained the knowledge by linking facts to funny anecdotes he invented, and by reading around the subjects

Hardest part was the exams, which he described as ‘a mental endurance battle’ For two weeks he had a minimum of four every day, sometimes from 8am to midnight to avoid timetable clashes

Dr Nick Bampos, senior tutor at Trinity Hall, said the first time he and his colleagues saw Ali’s application they found it hard to believe

Dr Bampos said: ‘But not only is he really bright, he is really charming He might be a computer scientist but he shatters all the stereotypes We’re delighted to have him’

Source: Daily Mail Online

Honest Pakistani’s

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Rahim Khan Khilji:

Abu Dhabi: It is not the first time Rahim Khan Khilgi, a limousine driver, had found valuables left behind by passengers “I have returned more than 18 mobile phones left behind by passengers Besides, I also got Dh14,000 on one instance and $2000 on another At all times, I have ensured that the passenger got back his/her belongings,” said Khilgi Recently, Khilgi, a Pakistani driver working for Fast Limousine, was surprised when he realised that a passenger left behind his wallet containing Dh40,000 besides credit cards, cheques and other important documents “On April 19, at midnight, a passenger from the business lounge of Etihad Airways boarded the limo After I dropped him off at Dubai Marina I stopped at a fuel station to fill up I got out of the car and as I was about to take my bag from behind I noticed a purse on the back seat,” said Khilgi

He immediately handed over the valuables to Captain Ahmad Al Merri, the police duty officer at the airport He has been working with Fast Limousine for the past three years Earning Dh2,600 on an average every month, Khilgi said he wouldn’t say that money is not important to him “Money is the most important thing these days But can it give happiness? No whereas the gratitude and happiness of a person who gets back his belongings are immeasurable

“Most people ask me why I chose to return the money, but only my wife and a friend said that I did the right thing by returning the money,” he said

Moved by the driver’s honesty, Captain Ahmad Al Merri wrote a letter to Fast Limousine’s management who in turn brought the incident to the notice of the Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) Two weeks ago, ADAC honoured Khilgi ‘for demonstrating a high sense of honesty and personal integrity while serving customers at Abu Dhabi International Airport’ Recently, Khilgi was the guest of honour at a special ceremony hosted by ADAC Operations Department to present him a cheque of Dh4,000 in recognition of his exemplary attitude

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World’s Most Conscientious Customer Completes Botched Software Purchase Over A Year Later:

I just wanted to pass along a story of a truly honest customer

The software company I work for put out a version available for download early 2007 It was a success, however for the first two months there was a small problem As soon as you purchased it, you were able to download it BEFORE your credit card was validated This led to the company getting burned until it was fixed

Back in 2007 we had a customer who tried to pay for the download in Pakistan, and then paid for it with a debit card It was the only card payment he had, and it was rejected He had no other forms of payment, and we had to write it off as a loss while he got to enjoy using his software for free Whatever, it was our web engineers’ mistake that caused it

In October 2008 a letter came in the mail with a check from a customer for the Download version Obviously this raised some questions as we could not process a download order paid by check I opened up the file with the name on it, and lo and behold, there was the guy from Pakistan who we had written off the charge for

I called him up, and it turns out that he just moved to the US and one of the first things he did when he had gotten a checking account was to send a check to us for the full amount of the software that we had written off over a year and a half prior

Honesty, and memory like that is hard to find these days I wonder if coming from another country and culture had anything to do with it

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