Archive | November 2013

Certificate for Cabrogal


This certificate is presented to Cbrogal by me and the reason is that he has been nominated in both of 2013 awards and he is the luckiest blogger in 2013 awards so i congratulate him for the achievement…
To the Luckiest blogger of 2103….
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Thank you and hope you accept it 🙂 ….
Congratulations ..

2013,,,Award nominations(2)


Here is another award for some other friends and i want to award all of my friends 🙂
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The rules are:::Answer these questions while linking back that person on your blog…
1)The most funniest thing about you.
2)Who is your favorite personality?
3)What is your lucky thing?
4)What is your favorite weather?
5)A name that you want to give me.. 🙂
The nominees are:
1)http://charuatmyniche.wordpress.com/
2)http://beautifulyf.com/
3)http://neurodrooling.wordpress.com/
4)http://damantigui.wordpress.com/
5)http://marinakanavaki.com/
6)http://mahamn.wordpress.com/
7)http://defusingchaos.wordpress.com/
8)http://fairytaleepidemic.wordpress.com/
9)http://topofthetent.wordpress.com/
10)http://buffalotompeabodyblog.wordpress.com/
11)http://monikabakshi.wordpress.com/
Thank You 🙂 🙂
Have a good Dayyyy 🙂 😀

2013,,Award nominations


Hello everyone.I hope you all are doing fine.Here is your friend and i have some nominees for an award.
The reason for awarding them is because they have been very close and frank with me.I really hate that with whom i have been so close and so frank i can’t meet them.So here are the nominees for the award:
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The rules for the acceptance of this award are:
You have to answer these questions while linking the person in your post and accept the award…
1)Link back the person who awarded you
2)Write what you think about me.
3)What is your favorite book?
4)If you got a chance to be the president of your country so what changes will you bring?
5)Tell about your nature.
🙂 ________—————–_______ 🙂
And the nominees are:
1)http://entertainmentstarters.wordpress.com/
2)http://heruntoldstories.wordpress.com/
3)http://foodpeopleloveandstuff.wordpress.com/
4)http://allresourceupdates.wordpress.com/
5)http://whenintrovertspeaks.wordpress.com/
6)http://neurodrooling.wordpress.com/
7)http://randomlyabstract.wordpress.com/
8)http://creatigentt.wordpress.com/about/
9)http://missdukhi555.wordpress.com/
19)http://chancethoughtsdotcom.wordpress.com/
11)http://ffirefly.wordpress.com/about/
These are the admirable persons whom i have selected for this award…
Have a Tremendous Day full of smiles 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

A balochi hand made Pen-box


A balochi hand made pen-box made by me for the principal office.The all works on it have been completed by me with a lot of hard work and then it was decorated and made.Hope you people like it.The shell has been made by the long leaves of Date tress that look like this:
Leaves of Date-tree;
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And then i made this:
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And beautifully i put it in a frame:
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Thank you 🙂

U can never know!!!


Dedicated to the all of my school friends and fellows::::
Really!!!!!!!!I have spent the half of my life in my school……
I am going to pass the last day that will be too hurting and i know it won’t be easy for anyone to forget us and be happy on our departure 😦 ….
Miss every that person in my school with whom i have shared my half life 🙂

Raah deki thee es din ki kab se
Aage ke sapne saja rakhe the naajane kab se.
Bade utavle the yahaan se jaane ko ,
Zindagi ka agla manzil paane ko .

Par naa jane kyon …Dil mein aaj kuch aur aata hai,
Waqt ko rokne ka jee chahta hai.
Jin baton ko lekar rote the Aaj un par hansi aati hai ,
Na jaane kyon aaj un palon ki yaad bahut aati hai .

Kaha karte the …Badi mushkil se yeh saal seh gaya,
Par aaj kyon lagta hai ki kuch peeche reh gaya.

Na bhoolne wali kuch yaadein reh gayi,
Yaadien jo ab jeene ka sahara ban gayi.

Meri tang ab kaun kheencha karega ,
Sirf mera sir khane kaun mera peecha karega.
Jahaan 2000 ka hisaab nahin wahaan 2 rupay ke liye kaun ladega,

Kaun raat bhar saath jag kar padega ,
KAUN MERI pen mujse pooche bina lejayega ,
Kaun mere naye naye naam banayega.
Mein ab bina matlab kis se ladoonga,
Bina topic ke kisse faalto baat karoonga ,

Kaun fail hone par dilasa dilayega,
Kaun galti se number aane par gaaliyaan sunayega .

Staff mein pani kis ke saath piyoonga ,
Wo haseen pal ab kis ke saath jiyoonga,

Aise dost kahaan milenge Jo khai mein bhi dhakka de aayein,
Par fir tumhein bachane khud bhi kood jayein.
Mere gaano se pareshaan kaun hoga ,
Kabhi muje kisi anjaan se baat karte dekh hairaan kaun hoga ,

Kaun kahega kamini!! tere joke pe hansi nahin aai ,
Kaun peeche se bula ke kahega..aage dekh bhai .
secret letters  mein kiske saath padhoongi,
Kis ke saath boring lectures jheloongi

Bina dare sachi rai dene ki himmat kaun karega.

Achanak bin matlab ke kisi ko bhi dekh kar paglon ki tarah hansna,
Na jaane ye fir kab hoga .

Doston ke liye teachers se kab lad payenge ,
Kya hum ye fir kar payenge,

Raat ko 2 baje msg kar k soney kaun jayega ,
position sab sey phele lene ki shart kaun lagayega .

Kaun muje mere kabiliyat par bharosa dilayega,
Aur zyada hawa mein udne par zameen pe layege ,

Meri khushi mein sach mein khush kaun hoga ,
Mere gam mein muj se zyada dukhi kaun hoga…

🙂 🙂 🙂4get me not dears::from your friend:Yasmeen 🙂 🙂  Miss you “Chillies” 🙂 🙂
And i dedicate this song for them:::

From the film:Always kabi kabi 🙂

A sister’s Long March


A sister’s long march for her lost sibling

 

 

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There are no lights and indications about the one who had been taken away from the way to my house in 2009, that, if he will return one day or has already been perished. The face of a sister was declaring all such words. Where he is and how he would be? Her body language was asking these questions. Her two eyes, with full of tears and in each drop of that tear there was a message that “I am looking for my brother”.

Every time, when she opens her mouth for a short talk, she stands between the nervousness and braveness. In her each word that she selects, she is very careful and meaningful. She doesn’t look emotional and sentimental; once she enters into those circles she has her limitations and rightful demand. She is Farzana Majeed, searching her younger brother, Zakir Majeed since 2009. She is not the past neither she is the future, she is the present.

She knocked all the doors for justice and did not receive further information about her missing brother. She approached police stations, courts, parliamentarian house, local politicians, and human rights council. She was not listened. What extra steps she can take? What extra miles she can walk? The world is watching without action.

Has she tired? Has she lost the optimism? Has she given up? Here, the watchers are asking themselves now that what can be the next by this sister. After all attempts, she determined to knock the door of the sky and see the result. She started a long march journey of about 750kms. She has already begun to walk everyday 30 to 35 kilometres carrying the photo of her missing brother on her chest. Now she has been companied by many others as supporters.

The BBC has interviewed her about the long march, she looked optimistic and from her words it can be judged that each of her steps that she moves is recorded on the face of the earth.

She has injury on her feet; she has difficulty to walk, but still walking. She was asked by the interviewer to describe the “long march protest”. She explained that it is a painful and a tough journey, there is

hunger, and there is a thirst. It is not easy for a woman to walk everyday restlessly under no shadow. I am still optimistic and happy about the mission.

What and how such scenarios can be portrayed? Is it a love for a missing brother? Is it one of the great examples for the globe about missing persons? Is it about rightful and peaceful demand?

Or is it a kind of bell to let the world to listen and act? Certainly, there is no material demand in this struggle but she wants her brother to return home in safe. Missing one of the family members cannot be understood by others easily, but ask those who really missed them or lost them forever. She said it in one of the seminars.

The world must have observed, heard and read about long march for different demands and reasons. One of the examples was, on 28th August, 2013 where there was a long march about a new dream of justice for the full employment, in Washington. The long walk for justice of Farzana Majeed is completely different and new that what a little sister can do for her missing brother.

Such movements “The sister’s love to her brother” can give the world the lesson to learn to respect all kind of people, as everyone is fighting a battle on their own, and we all have our problems, bad sides and bad days. But there is so much more behind it, behind me, behind you and behind everyone.
From the blog::http://baluchsarmachar.wordpress.com/

LOng March for Baloch missing persons


The Long Marchers have completed 700 km and entered Karachi after travelling 27 days on foot

 

Before reaching Karachi a car tried to ram the walkers on three occasions and the marchers are receiving death threat messages on their cell phones

 

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The Long March for the Baloch missing persons has entered its 27th day after completing 690 KMs. It will reach its intended destination at the Karachi Press Club, Karachi, the capital of Sindh province tomorrow, November 22. Today the marchers will reach the suburbs of Karachi where the local people will welcome them and make arrangements for their accommodations.

People in good numbers have been joining the Long March in it’s the long route from Balochistan province. The marchers have suffered bruised and blistered feet but no medical treatment has been provided to them by the authorities. The only reason they have been able to continue without suffering from dehydration was due to the people of different villages who provided them with water, food and some medical relief.

 

The participants, consisting of women and children, have been threatened and intimidated by the unknown persons through messages on their cell phones. They have been told that if they do not stop the Long March they would be kidnapped or killed.

 

On November 19, a car made three attempts to hit the marchers at Windar. The grey coloured Alto car first tried to hit the leader of the march, Mama Qadeer, who just left the road. Denied of its first victim the car then tried to ram the marchers. Fortunately they were prepared and divided into two rows so that the car passed through them harmlessly. On the third attempt the car hit the wheelbarrow in which the marchers were carrying their medicines, water and clothes. The people of the nearby village came out and forced the driver of the vehicle to leave.

 

It has been 26 days since the women and children — whose loved ones have been missing for years — began walking on the RCD highway. The federal and provincial governments have not taken any notice of the Long March and made no effort to assure the participants that they would help in the recovery of the disappeared persons.

 

Yesterday when the marchers reached the Hub city, located at the border of Sindh and Balochistan, the Lasbela Bar Association and Baloch student organisations welcomed them. The local people joined the March from some distance away and brought them to the city, raising slogans against the government and military and accused the state intelligence agencies for the enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings of the Baloch people. The local people welcomed the marchers with rose petals and demanded that Balochistan become an independent state.

 

On this occasion the vice president of the advocacy group, Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP), Mama Qadir Baloch, accused the security forces of kidnapping and dumping the bodies of Baloch political activists. He said thousands of Baloch political activists were whisked away by security agencies and had been missing for years.

 

The long march participants will set up a hunger strike camp in front of the Karachi Press Club. “We will continue our protest until all the missing persons reappear or are produced before the court,” said Qadir.

 

Sammi Baloch, the daughter of kidnapped Din Mohamed Marri, said she had left school to participate in the protest. “My father has gone missing for three years and our family is immensely disturbed because we are all dependent on him. I want my father back,” she said. Marri was kidnapped from Khuzdar in 2009.

 

Farzana Majeed, the sister of missing student leader, Zakir Majeed, said the protesters have continued their journey with unwavering hope as their strength.

 

The president of the VBMP Nasurllah Baloch said international humanitarian organisations should take notice of these human rights abuses and launch an independent investigation.

 

The Asian Human Rights Commission urges the Sindh government to provide security for the marchers when they enter the province from Balochistan on Friday. It is feared that some religious sectarian organisations have called for a protest and that the marchers may be targeted by Islamic religious parties to appease the security establishment. The government must also provide medical treatment for those marchers that need it.

From the blog:http://baluchsarmachar.wordpress.com/
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