Tuesday, 26 April 2011

moin akhtar was awarded honorary citizenship of Dallas in 1996 for achievements.

 Moin Akhtar (Urdu: معین اختر, also spelled as, Moin Akhtar; 24 December 1950 – 22 April 2011was a Pakistani television, film and stage actor, as well as a comedian, impersonator, and a host. He was also a play writer, singer, film director and a producer
Akhtar was born in Karachi to Urdu speaking parents migrated from Mumbai India , was highly dynamic and versatile performer, he made his debut for television on 6 September 1966, in a variety show held on PTV to celebrate the first defense day of Pakistan‎. Since then, he has performed several roles in TV plays/shows, later making a team with Anwar Maqsood and Bushra Ansari.
He was beloved for providing humor for people of all ages, and with an etiquette that remains unmatched. His attempts to avoid vulgarity in his humor rendered him a favorite amongst family audiences. Akhtar was fluent in several languages, including English, Bengali, Sindhi, Punjabi, Memon, Pashto, Gujarati and Urdu. He performed not only in Pakistan but played in several stage shows like Bakra Qiston Pe and Buddha Ghar Pe Hai with Umer Sharif in India too.
Moin Akhtar rose to the national spotlight and gathered critical acclaim for his performance in the drama Rosy /Rozy (روذی), in which he played the role of a female TV artist. Rozy was an Urdu adaptation of Hollywood movie Tootsie starring Dustin Hoffman.Moreover, in a talk-show namely Loose Talk, which began in 2005 on ARY Digital, he appeared as a different character in each and every of over 400 episodes interviewed by Anwar Maqsood, the writer and the host of the program. Akhter also briefly hosted the game show Kya Aap Banaingay Crorepati?, the Pakistani version of Who Wants to be a Millionaire?.
He was awarded honorary citizenship of Dallas in 1996 for his achievements.

Monday, 25 April 2011

Moin Akhtar Died (Late) Video Photos and Biography

Moin Akhtar was a great Pakistani comedian, He has been working in Pakistani Drama as well as in film industry for last 25 years. He died on 23 April in 2011 and made all Pakistan sad. His fans were weeping on his death because he was a legend. He started work first time for the Stage Drama and got fame very early. 

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Sunday, 24 April 2011

Amna islamabad email address

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Anam Rafiq Pakistani Lahore girl email address

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Balochi traditional dance and nice photo

Balochi music (or Baluchi music) refers to music performed by the Baloch people in Sistan and Baluchestan Province an eastern province in the Islamic Republic of Iran, Balochistan, a western province in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, southern Oman, some parts of Afghanistan and Middle East. Baluchi music is very rich and played with varieties of traditional instruments. Baluchi music is traditionally sung in both Baluchi and in Brahui. The Baluchi music derives from its roots in ancient Persian music. Due to their demographics and strong cultural values, the Baluch people have been able to keep the their rich traditional heritage alive. The art of playing double flute is traditional to Baluch and can be seen in many parts of present-day Baluch geography.


Lahore girl Nadiya Syed Email address

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Saturday, 23 April 2011

Pakistan Computer giving them good services.

Sunrise Technologies (SRT) is one of the leading names in the world of I.T solutions. SRT provides the complete range of I.T products, including Desktop, laptops, servers and accessories. SRT also provides the SRT Online Pakistan services through out the country to make it easy for the people at distant places to access SRT though SRTOnline Pakistan services easily. SRT wants to build its good relationship with all the Pakistan Computer users by giving them good services.
SRT Online Pakistan is a facility for the people using internet. Through internet at your workplace you can check out all the Pakistan Computer market. SRT Online Pakistan is a service provided to the end user for saving their precious time and efforts. Through SRT Online Pakistan service the user can receive all the information regarding their specific area of interest. Through SRT Online Pakistan the user can collect all the information by searching at their PC any where in Pakistan. SRT Online Pakistan helps the user to collect the knowledge just a click away.
Numbers of Pakistan Computer companies are available to give their services to the users. One big and prominent name in the field of Pakistan Computer industry is Sunrise Technologies, SRT, which deals in all the products related to computers and IT world. SRT deals in Printers, Laptop, Networking item, servers, desktop etc. SRT is the reputed and esteemed name in the world of Pakistan Computer. SRT provides all the genuine products of the branded companies to the users of Pakistan Computer. SRT is registered with all the brands like Intel, Hp, IBM, Acer etc.
Computers in Pakistan are the fast growing industries. List of customer using Computers in Pakistan is increasing on daily basis. Computers in Pakistan are using almost in all sectors related to different aspects of life. Computer in Pakistan became the backbone of any organization. Now a day no one can work with out working withComputers in Pakistan.
Intel Pakistan is the largest and trust worthy name in the Computer PK world. It has the wide range of range of processors and boards models. Mostly the processors of Intel Pakistan are used in desktop PCs. Users do trust on Intel Pakistan and purchase its products because of its reliability and quaranteed products. Intel Pakistan has satisfied thousands of customers dealing in Computer PK.

Email address Shamama Syeda from karachi

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Dera Ismail Khan Pakistan hot girls Sumera Awan Email Address Lives in Dera Ismail Khan

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Dera Ismail Khan is a city in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan. It is situated on the west bank of the Indus River, 200 miles (320 km) west of Lahore and 120 miles (190 km) northwest ofMultan. The city is the capital of the district and tehsil of the same name. In Pakistan, its name is often abbreviated to D. I. Khan.

Karachi Pakistan girls Shazya Jaan email address

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Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Pakistani girls Email address and HQ photos


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Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Swat Valley, Pakistan (Switzerland of the East)

Swat is known as the Switzerland of Pakistan.

The river Swat is a clear water river starting from the Ushu rage of mountains to he spread of the valley of Swat. It is the most green valleys of the Northern Pakistan and is well connected to the rest of Pakistan. There are regular flights from Islamabad to Swat and back. One can also get here either from Peshawar (160 KMs) or Islamabad.(250 KMs).

The valley of Swat is located in the middle of foot hills of Hindukush mountain range. The main town of the valley is Saidu Sharief.Swat is a place for leisure Lover , Hiker , and archeologist. There are many comfortable hotels where one can stay a while to relax. In Kalam upper Swat there are some very pleasant walks since weather is pretty pleasant one can easily walk over the hills for hours and enjoy the unspoiled nature. The Swat is garden of Ashoka and was a prosperous land in the Buddhist times (2nd BC to 5 AD) There are at least over 100 archeological sites in the valley less then 10% of the are excavated. One can explore some of those sites in a half day tour of Swat.

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Hair Transplant in Pakistan Hair loss treatment in Pakistan Lahore hair transplant

Hair transplant surgery is an ideal solution for hair loss or baldness and it is a simple procedure under local anesthesia. Hair transplant surgeon takes hair follicles from the back of the head or donor area and transplant these micro grafts into the bald area. Each person is different from other and hair transplant surgery procedure should be considered on individual basis. Number of hair varies in each follicle from 1 to 3.
The single hair follicles are best for frontal hairline as these single hair follicles give natural and undetectable results. The frontal hairline is the hallmark of every good surgery. 
These transplanted hair shed after three to six weeks of hair transplant surgery.

 Then there is regrowth of transplanted hair after 3 months from hair transplant procedure. These hair grow naturally and with the same growth rate as other normal hair.

Hair density is another issue for hair transplant procedure. 
If there is less number of grafts in one square cm then there is see-through effect and bald skin would be visible and aesthetically not appreciated results. At our Hair transplant clinic in Lahore we place 30-40 follicles in each square cm giving the impression of good hair density and full appearance. Our hair transplant surgeon examines each patient's scalp individually so that he can see the flexibility and extensibility of the scalp and estimate how much hair follicles could be harvested. If the scalp is tight then less number of hair follicles can be harvested and simultaneously it is difficult to close that scalp.

 The ideal situation is high density and more flexible scalp because then greater number of grafts can be separated. Hair grow in different directions and our hair restoration team keep in mind natural direction of the hair while placing each follicle. We not only consider natural direction rather natural curve of the hair line as well, while transplanting into the recipient area. At our hair restoration surgery center Lahore, our surgeon closely examines the hair texture and structure as well.
 If some one has coarser hair, less number of grafts are needed to cover the area as coarse hair cover the more area. Fine hair are thin in diameter and have less bulk so more grafts or follicles required to cover the area. We do concentrate and examine curl of the hair, as curly hair cover even greater area and require less number of grafts. These curly and wavy hair give excellent result in hair transplantation. On the other hand straight hair gives less dense appearance as these hair tend to lie against the scalp.

There is no other place like Lahore and lahore peoples

Lahore, the city found by Loh the son of Rama about five thousand years ago, is called ”The City of Gardens” or ”The Garden of Moughals”. It has been the capital of some of the most glorious empires of the past. Ayaz made it the capital of Ghaznavid Empire while the Moughal emperors Akbar and Jehangir used the city as the capital of Moughal Empire which consisted of almost whole of sub-continent. Lahore also served as the capital of Punjabi Empire ruled by Ranjit Singh.

Lahore is the capital of Punjab province and is situated near the river Ravi. Today it serves as the center of all cultural activities and is recognized as the cultural heart of Punjab. The native language spoken here is Punjabi. Being a mixture of Urdu and pure Punjabi it is also termed as Lahori Punjabi. With a population of 10 million people it is the second most populous country of Pakistan, 5th amongst all the South Asian cities and 26th in the world. Following are some of the most exciting places in Lahore:

Badshahi Mosque:
Badshahi mosque, the second largest mosque of Pakistan (Faisal mosque being the first),can accommodate up to 10000 worshipers at a time. It was constructed during the reign of Moughal emperor Aurangzeb Alamgeer. It is also regarded as the fifth largest mosque in the world. The Moughal rulers had a special interest in calligraphy, therefore eye catching patterns of the Quranic verses can be seen on the walls of Badshahi mosque.

Shahi Qila:
The ancient citadel of Lahore, known as the Shahi Qila (Royal Citadel), is situated on the north western side of the city. Its existing structure was built by Akbar, the great Moughal empror of sub-continent.
Shalimar Gardens:
Shalimar gardens were built by Shah Jehan. They have been built in the shape of an oblong parallelogram. The gardens have three terraces built on the top of one another and 410 fountains.

How to Choose the Right Hotel in Lahore

Choosing which hotel in Lahore to stay in can be hard and time consuming. With this Lahore Hotel Guide you will learn how to choose the most suitable hotel for you and your family.

Before finalizing on a hotel for your next Lahore visit, don’t just rely on the word of the travel agent. It is best to read reviews and opinions about these hotels, check the facilities to see which is near which and in view of that, decide on the best hotel in Lahore that suits your needs. Here are a few guidelines to help you with this process:

Sketch out your priorities
Start listing notes about your accommodation needs. Special accommodation requirements for physically handicapped guests and animal policies should be looked into as some hotels in Lahore may not support these. As soon as you complete your list, you may start prioritizing.
Cost of the accommodation

Most hotels in Lahore have their own web site where you can check updated hotel prices. You may choose to search for hotels in Lahore online based on your funds.

During off-peak season, a lot of booking discounts are available. It may also cheaper to book your Lahore hotel on the hotel’s main web site.

Karachi History and photo gallery

Harbour city Karachi is famous as "land of opportunities" in Pakistan. During my period of initial orientation – tea used to be served for four annas per quarter cup then – and continuous visits later; I have found Karachi is constantly reinventing itself. It is a land of superlatives: Pakistan's biggest and one of the most prosperous cosmopolitan cities, home to universities and colleges, historic, cultural, and commercial centre. It has been a land of plenty for centuries.
The history of Karachi, until its occupation by the Talpurs during late eightieth century (1795) is lost in the haze of past time. At the time of its annexation by the Talpurs, Karachi was a little more than a fishing village and the dominant tribes of fishermen were the Kulachis, hence the name.
History has it that Karachi was ceded by the Kalhora rules to the Khan of Kalat in 1785 as a compensation for the death of Khan of Kalat's brother in law. The Talpurs took back Karachi in 1795 after having overthrown the Kalhoras. In 1797, fort was built by Fateh Ali Talpur at Manora. In order to gain a foothold, the British established a factory on the banks of the Lyari River in 1799 near the present day SITE. However, the Mir grew suspicious of the British and expelled them the following year and the factory had to close down. Karachi was taken over by the British in 1839, four years before the annexation of Sindh.
A contemporary British account of the invasion reads, "Our occupation of Kurrachee (as it was called then) resulted from the military operations in connection with the Afghan War of 1838. During Lord Auckland's Administration it was resolved to oppose Dost Muhammad, the Talpurs, who were then in power, showed themselves so extremely inimical to us and so incapable of maintaining an orderly government, that Sir John Keane, the Commander in Chief, received instructions to send a force into the country. His first step was to seize upon Kurrachee."
Upon the annexation of Sindh in 1843, Napier shifted the capital from Hyderabad to Karachi. As a first step the British established the present cantonments at that time outside the town limits. Municipal limits were extended to 74 square miles to allow for expansion although the town was only 4 square miles. Napier had earlier started a water supply to the city from Malir and established a basic police and judicial level.

The population of Karachi grew slowly, but steadily, throughout the nineteenth century. By the beginning of the twentieth century it had crossed one hundred thousand, of which 55 percent was Muslim and 41 percent was Hindu.
Endowed with a natural harbour, fair weather, and plenty of space, Karachi always had the potential to become a great metropolis. It has every thing for those take their chances to this place.
More than two thousand yeas ago, Alexander who stayed here for 27 days on his way back to Macedonia (he had come from the north) recognized the enormous potential in terms of commerce and trade of the immediate hinterland of Karachi and called this place "the bridge between east and west," It still is. Since the days of Alexander, the port of Karachi continues to enjoy a strategic importance.

Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Pakistan's Sports Hockey,cricket Squash

Over recent years there has been an increase in sporting activity in Pakistan, with Pakistani sportsmen and women participating at many national and international events. Also, more international tournaments now take place in Pakistan. The size of the teams Pakistan sends, and the number of events they participate in the Olympic and Commonwealth Games has increased since the turn of the century.
Hockey is the national sport of Pakistan but cricket is the most popular game Traditional games like Kabaddi and other well known games are also played.
The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) is the national governing body of field hockey in Pakistan. The Pakistan men's team has won three gold medals at the Olympics and lifted the Hockey World Cup four times. It has also won the most number of Asian gold medals and is the only Asian team to have won the prestigious Champions Trophy. It has been consistently ranked amongst the top teams in the world. Notable players include Sohail Abbas, Mohammed Saqlain and Waseem Ahmad.

Cricket has a huge following and based on attendance figures at games, is the most popular sport in the country. Pakistan has produced many multi-talented players who have been among the best batsmen and bowlers in the world. Almost all districts and neighborhoods in Pakistan have a cricket team and people start playing from a young age. Pakistan has won a lot of international cricket events, including the World Cup in 1992, besides finishing as runners up in 1999 World Cup and 2007 World Twenty20. Pakistan's cricket teams take part in domestic competitions such as the ABN-AMRO Cup, the ABN-AMRO Patron's Trophy, ABN-AMRO Twenty-20 Cup, and the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. International test and one-day matches are played between the Pakistan national team and foreign opponents regularly. Notable cricket players from Pakistan include Wasim Akram, Javed Miandad, and Imran Khan.

Squash is another sport that has a large following in Pakistan. Jahangir Khan and Jansher Khan are considered legends of the sport and have won several World Squash Championships and other tournaments. 

Pakistan has won the squash World Open 17 times, and British open 12 times the highest by any nation. Carla Khan, Pakistan's most successful sportswoman is one of a number of men and women who represent Pakistan. The Pakistan Squash Federation is the governing body of the sport in the country. The Pakistan Open tournament is one of the premier events of the sport in the country. Every province of the country holds it's own men's and women's championships. Some other notable players from Pakistan include Hashim Khan, Torsam Khan, and Qamar Zaman.


Football has always been the so-called poor man's sport but is really popular as a means of entertainment and activity for all age groups. Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) is the official organization in Pakistan. Football (soccer) is played mostly on a local level, primarily in Balochistan and North-West Frontier Province. These areas provide most of the players on the national team. Pakistan Football Federation Women Organizing Committee (PFFWOC) is responsible for women's football in Pakistan. In 2004, the Pakistan Premier League was established and is the first division of Pakistani football. The Pakistan National Football Challenge Cup is the national "knockout" cup competition in Pakistani football, run by the Pakistan Football Federation. Notable players include Muhammad Essa, Zeshan Rehman and Haroon Yousaf.


Tennis is also very popular and Pakistanis compete in various international events. The Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) organizes the game in the country. 

Khawaja Saeed Hai was the first Pakistani to reach a Grand Slam, playing at Wimbledon, the US Open, and at the French Open where he made it to the third round. Haroon Rahim was the most successful, a winner of a number of ATP Singles and Doubles titles. 

The Pakistan Davis Cup team has previously reached the world group play-offs, with the help of Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi, currently Pakistan's number one, and Aqeel Khan, the number two.

English Language Teaching in Pakistan

English is the official language of Pakistan while Urdu is the national language. Punjabi is the most commonly spoken language of Pakistan. Other significant languages spoken in Pakistan, in order of number of speakers, include Pashto, Sindhi, Saraiki and Balochi. English is mostly spoken by educated people (“Pakistan”, 2009).
Pakistani English is the Pakistani dialect of English language, widely spoken in Pakistan and the language sect is also used throughout other countries, normally through means of Pakistani citizens abroad. Although British Raj in South Asia lasted for almost two hundred years, the areas which comprise what is now Pakistan, were amongst the last to be conquered; Punjab, which included what is now the NWFP, was captured in 1849, Sindh a few years before; while Balochistan was never fully integrated into the Indian Empire. As a result English had less time to become part of local culture; that it did and is an integral part of the country's social fabric due to several reasons. In 1947 upon Pakistan's establishment, English became Pakistan's de facto official language, a position which was formalized in the constitution of 1973 (“Pakistani English”, 2009).

Pakistani English shares many similarities with Indian English, however since Independence, there have been some very obvious differences. These include unique idioms and colloquial expressions as well as accents; foreign companies find accent naturalization easier in Pakistan than in India. However like Indian English, Pakistani English has preserved many phrases that are now considered antiquated in Britain (ibid.).
English, as mentioned earlier, is Pakistan's official language. All government documents, military communications, street signs, many shop signs, business contracts and other activities are done in English. The language of the courts is also English. English is taught to all school level Pakistani students, and in many cases the medium of instruction is also in English. At College and University level all instruction is in English. Pakistan boasts a large English language press and media. All of Pakistan's major dailies are published in or have an edition in English, while Dawn is a major English Language News Channel. Code Switching is very common in Pakistan and almost all conversations in whatever language have a significant English component (ibid.).

Latest Trends In Pakistani Fashion, Salwar Kameez And Pakistani Bridal Wear

  1. Anarkali – Anarkali dress is a long flared frock without chaaks.
  2. A-line – A-line kameez is narrow from top, flaring gently wider at the bottom. It has a wide daman.
  3. Paneled kameez – A paneled kameez is similar to anarkali dress but it has panels just below the bodice cut.
  4. Front Open Kameez – Front open kameez is just like a long open coat.

  5. Bodice Cut – When the upper part of kameez, just above the waist line, is separated from the bottom of the kameez.

  6. Pishwas/Peshwas – Pishwas is similar to anarkali kameez but it has bodice cut.

  7. Angarkha – Angarkha is a front open kameez with bodice cut.

  8. Flares

  9. Straight Loose Kurtas

  10. Bell Sleeves - Bell shaped sleeves that are narrow on the top and wider towards the cuff.

  11. Baggy Sleeves

  12. Full Churidar Sleeves

  13. Puffed Sleeves

  14. Big Cuff Sleeves

  15. Ajar - Ajars are baggy, straight pants.

  16. Loose pants

  17. Culottes

  18. Sharara – Sharara is a tradional two legged, loose Pakistani bridal dress.

  19. Lengha – Is just like a baggy skirt. It is amongst the most famous Pakistani bridal wear.

  20. Dhaka Pajama –  A Pakistani bridal dress that is tight from the thighs but loose below knees.

  21. Gharara – Is similar to a sharara.

  22. Churidar – It is a skin tight form of shalwar usually worn under an anarkali dress.

  23. Silk, Georgette, Chiffons

  24. Bright Colors

  25. Silk pippings

  26. Striking Contrasts

What’s Not:

  1. Patiala

  2. Short Kameez

  3. Short Sleeves

  4. Fitted kameez

Sunday, 3 April 2011

best singer in the world Atif Aslam

Early life and education

Atif Aslam was born in 1983 in Wazirabad,Gujranwala, Pakistan.

He studied at PAF College, Lahore where he completed his F.Sc (Pre-engineering) with the class of 2001. He has represented his college cricket team and represented his college in various other cities as well. He won his first singing competition on Independence Day celebrations in the college. He then went to the University of Panjab 

Music career


He met Goher- a guitarist who became his future Jal band-mate, at his college. Together they practiced and started doing mini-concerts for their friends. Atif used to perform on the songs of Junoon and Strings at these concerts. They started performing in their college, McDonalds, Uncle Bubba's Rabba Dabba and other restaurants. Thus began the original line up of Jal.Jal recorded their first song Aadat at Mekal Hassan's Studio. The song became popular on different musical websites in Pakistan and was also aired on major radio stations of Pakistan like City FM 89, FM 100, Mast FM 103, FM 105 etc. The video for this song was released on ARY Digital and The Musik and then it was played on almost all the channels.

Nargis is a beautiful actor and she's very good dance

Nargis (Urdo نرگس) (born 1974) is a Pakistani film actress and a stage dancer, whose real name is Ghazallah (meaning "a female deer"). She was born in chichawatni  She had the leading role in Idrees Khan’s Aalmi Ghunde(Global Thugs), with a script written by Nasir Adeeb. Future roles in movies like Kuri Munda Razi and Kala Raj were type-cast, and her career and reputation as a solo star suffered as a result.
Playing the unusual role of a bald woman for Omar Sharif’s Chand Babu, she shaved her head to better play the part. Her views are considered to be contrary to conservative Pakistan society; many see her as outspoken compared to social Pakistani norms.

She appears regularly in stage plays and theater musicals in Lahore,Multan and other cities throughout Pakistan,; her younger sister Dedaar also appears on stage quite frequently. Nargis's recent film Sooha Jora (Bridal Dress) was produced by her husband Zubair Shah.

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