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    Jannat Kay Pattay Novel by Nimra Ahmed PDF Download: Jannat Kay Pattay novel is a lifetime of LLB (Hons) pupil Haya Suleman chose an intriguing turn when she obtained a scholarship to examine a five-month session in a college in Turkey, however, the situation became tomb when somebody leaked a personal video of her left in a celebration online. To maintain away the video from the opinion of the people of the traditional family and also to prevent some complications, she needed to get in touch with an officer of the Cyber Crime Mobile that would have had her movie eliminated. But soon she had been unsettled by the simple fact that this officer knew a lot about her.a novel by nimra ahmed. Can Haya be in a position to receive that movie removed on the world wide web? Will never be in a position to visit Turkey? And more to the point, will finally have the ability to meet “him”he that she’s never met before but was looking for for several decades? In the streets of Istanbul into the Bosporus sea, in the sea of Cappadocia into the torture cells from Indian jails, Jannat Kay Pattay novel (English: Leaves of Heaven) is similar to a roller coaster ride where many of your suspects will be proved incorrect and this cryptic tale will continue to keep its keys safe until the previous sentence. Since keeping keys is still an art and not everybody understands it! jannat kay pattay novels is a best selling novel in pakistan.
  2. It's 'World Book Day' today which was originally an initiative by UNESCO back in 1995 to promote reading. Books are the friends and lovers we choose to seduce us into an insane level of intimacy, away from the madness of this world. Being a bibliophile myself, I decided to ask my fellow wonderful, equally book-crazy writers to list out that one book which they love for a million reasons and why they'd recommend it to anyone out there. Here's the result of my interesting conversation: 1. Palace Of Illusions By Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni- If mythology inspires you and you savoured reading the 'Mahabharata', then this beautiful book is a good follow up read which takes you on a journey in time where our heroine is none other than the mighty Draupadi herself. “Divakaruni gave a voice to an iconic mythological character Draupadi who was wronged by her family as well as the society on many levels. But to have her side of the story, and watch her turn the events around to avenge her own humiliation was a welcome change and an inspiring read. “ – Devlina Datta View this post on Instagram So much has been written about this book over #bookstagram, it is one of the most important books in the #feminism category. An Indian female who married 5 Brothers but was still called a #DevouteWife (Pativrata) is a huge deal even in 21st century. It's this aspect which made Mahabharat stand out as an #indianepic. Moreover this retelling of the epic is from the point of view of the female protagonist. What I loved the most about this retelling was that no efforts were made to portray her as #perfectwoman. She had her flaws, her Desires. She felt anger, hatred and jealously towards people surrounding her. She threw tantrums and had her ways sometimes. Yet through all these flaws she always realized his mistakes, she was aware of the wrongness of her desires, she knew the consequences of her actions and took responsibility of those. These are the characters which make her a #perfectprotagonist according to me. Well if you haven't read this book yet, you can join #mumbaibookstgram where this is selected as #bookofthemonth. So I read this book in the month of April but just couldn't post about it or review it as have been going through a weird phase where am not able to write. It's becoming increasingly difficult to pen down the thoughts about anything. Have any of you faced such a issue?? How did you overcome it?? Please help me out as am still struggling through it. #palaceofillusions #chitrabanerjeedivakaruni #picadorbooks #retellingofmahabharata #retellingofepic #draupadi #panchali #indianbookstgrammer #crosswordbookstore #bookstagramprompt #BookstagramPost #unitedbookstgram #booktrovertsgirlgang A post shared by Mihika Sawant (@mihika_thebibliophile) on Jun 27, 2018 at 12:06pm PDT 2. Lord Of The Rings By J.R.R Tolkien- This epic fantasy adventure series is loved by millions of people across the globe. If an epic fantasy is your choice of genre, then you shouldn't miss it. “It's the father of all fantasy books, complex characters with individual stories, best story arcs. The world created by Tolkien has numerous characters with their own histories, languages. The death of Boromir is probably the strongest moment I've experienced in all fiction.” - Akshay Bhalla 3. Mein Kampf By Adolf Hitler- This autobiography takes you inside the life and the brain of Hitler himself. Intriguing and gripping, this answers a lot of 'why's for all that he did, what he did. “Even though the intentions behind writing the book weren't ideal, Adolf Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' lets me understand how ideologies can lead a man to extreme measures for better or worse.” – Aditya Pandey View this post on Instagram 1925: Mein Kampf is published. An autobiographical work from Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf was dictated by Hitler to Rudolf Hess during his 264 day incarceration in Landsberg Prison for the failed Munich Putsch of 1923. Mein Kampf described Hitler's growing anti-semitic feelings and outlined his political beliefs and plans for the future of Germany. The atitudes and views presented in Mein Kampf broadly summarise Nazi aims in World War Two: total dictatorship, conquering France, expanding eastwards into Poland and the Soviet Union and the extermination of the Jewish race and others deemed 'impure'. #ww2 #wwii #worldwartwo #worldwarii #secondworldwar #worldwar2 #adolfhitler #hitler #nazi #führer #thirdreich #meinkampf #landsberg #germany #nazigermany #hess #swastika #1925 #onthisday #history A post shared by 1939-1945 Second World War (@worldwar1939_1945) on Jul 18, 2018 at 1:00pm PDT 4. Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's Stone By J.K Rowling- The first book in the iconic series, you either love it or you don't know a thing about it. This book is pure magic, literally. “I remember reading Harry Potter very sceptically for the first time in 4th grade. I was not really convinced with the concept of a boy and wizards and magic, as at the time I was going through my superhero phase. Little did I know, Harry and Hogwarts opened a whole new world for me, letting me see a version of myself that I did not even know I had. It powered my imagination to new heights and continues to impart knowledge to me to this very day.” – Marina Paulose 5. Shadow Of The Wind By Carlos Ruiz Zafón- This Spanish best seller is a beautiful, well-told fictional novel. “Just like the protagonist of Shadow of the Wind, Zafon's words resonated with my own coming of age at the time of reading the book. What helped was that I visited Barcelona later that year too and discovered Zafon's Catalonia through my own eyes. Highly recommended for everyone in their early 20s.” – Alshaar View this post on Instagram “Every book, every volume you see here, has a soul. The soul of the person who wrote it and of those who read it and lived and dreamed with it. Every time a book changes hands, every time someone runs his eyes down its pages, its spirit grows and strengthens.” â Carlos Ruiz Zafón • What's a book that you can't stop thinking about, months after it's come out? • #ShadowOfTheWind #FavoriteBook #BookQuotes #Bibliophile A post shared by Olivia Páez (@storiesforcoffee) on Apr 25, 2018 at 12:01pm PDT 6. Waiting For Godot By Samuel Beckett- This absurdist French play spells out an existential crisis like nothing else could. “I came across Waiting For Godot in my third year of college. Reading this absurdist play gave me comfort that there are people out there who question reality and the meaning of existence as we know it as I do. “ - Simran Arora 7. Harry Potter Series By J.K Rowling- This had to be more than once on the list because only a Potterhead knows the value of growing up reading this series which literally shaped and changed lives. No particular reason can justify it actually. You have to read it to believe it. “How often does it happen, that a book completely enchants you? Holds you captive in between its pages? Doesn't let you eat or sleep till you have gone through all of its magical pages with ravenous hunger? Not only did 'Harry Potter' do all of that to me, but it also made me laugh, cry, erupt in euphoric applause, and collapse into a ball in a corner with a sense of irrevocable loss - while I went through its multilayered, labyrinthine story-line. I read it quite late when I was no longer a child, but I was immersed in a world characterized by a sense of child-like wonder nonetheless, that made me believe in magic once more. I recommend it to every single person who can read, irrespective of whether they like fiction or not, because this particular book, in its inimitable brilliance, transcends the intricacies of genres. All I can say is that this book series will have a piece of my heart. Always. “ – Sowrav Bhowmik View this post on Instagram âCAMPAMENTO HOGWALMERIAâ NO TE QUEDES SIN TU PLAZA! *Campamento para niños de 12 a 20 años *Del 23 al 26 de junio *Localizacion: Cortijo rural Las Gachas, Cuevas del Almanzora #harrypotter #camp #campamento #potter #magic #magia #summer #verano #funny #youtube A post shared by Club Hogwarts Almeria (@potterhead_almeria) on Apr 23, 2019 at 6:37am PDT 8. The Complete Adventures Of Feluda By Satyajit Ray- Mystery fiction lovers already know and love this one! “I can safely vouch for 'The Complete Adventures Of Feluda' by Satyajit Ray as my go-to book even after all this while. My love for crime and thrill took off further while digging deeper into Feluda's character as this intense detective, but in all honesty, I consider myself Topshe—Feluda's nephew-cum-the narrator, assistant but at the same time the one with a sharp mind who would bravely jump into a case without thinking much about the consequences.” – Ipshita Kumar 9. On The Road' By Jack Kerouac- This is a beautiful read for anyone who is interested in a rich cultural book chronicling the travels of the writer himself across the United States “The novel was primarily an introduction to the 'beatnik' generation for me which was basically rich in culture, music and philosophy. I read it in college, where the protagonist was living a life against a backdrop of literature, travel and 60s jazz, something I'd envisioned on doing back then! I guess the book stuck as my favourite since.” – Sunaina Mullick 10. Picture Of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde- This book is confused to be a mere gothic fiction for many for honestly it teaches you so much about the philosophy of the human mind. “Gripping and enchanting at every level, it peels off layers of perception one might have about the human mind in general. It forces you to question the naked dark thoughts of your mind and if you'd ever be tempted to make a deal with the devil for your own vanity”. – Harshleen Anand View this post on Instagram Frumusete... frumusete... #oscarwilde #portretulluidoriangray #theportaitofdoriangray #doriangray A post shared by Oxi Cristi (@oxi_cristi) on Apr 22, 2019 at 11:07am PDT Which is your favourite book that changed the way you perceive life now?
  3. View File Jannat Kay Pattay Novel by Nimra Ahmed PDF Book Download Jannat Kay Pattay Novel by Nimra Ahmed PDF Download: Jannat Kay Pattay novel is a lifetime of LLB (Hons) pupil Haya Suleman chose an intriguing turn when she obtained a scholarship to examine a five-month session in a college in Turkey, however, the situation became tomb when somebody leaked a personal video of her left in a celebration online. To maintain away the video from the opinion of the people of the traditional family and also to prevent some complications, she needed to get in touch with an officer of the Cyber Crime Mobile that would have had her movie eliminated. But soon she had been unsettled by the simple fact that this officer knew a lot about her.a novel by nimra ahmed. Can Haya be in a position to receive that movie removed on the world wide web? Will never be in a position to visit Turkey? And more to the point, will finally have the ability to meet “him”he that she’s never met before but was looking for for several decades? In the streets of Istanbul into the Bosporus sea, in the sea of Cappadocia into the torture cells from Indian jails, Jannat Kay Pattay novel (English: Leaves of Heaven) is similar to a roller coaster ride where many of your suspects will be proved incorrect and this cryptic tale will continue to keep its keys safe until the previous sentence. Since keeping keys is still an art and not everybody understands it! jannat kay pattay novels is a best selling novel in pakistan. Submitter waqas dar Submitted 12/18/2018 Category Urdu Novels Writer/Author nimra ahmed  
  4. The much-awaited Jason Momoa starrer 'Aquaman' finally hit theatres and the reactions are exactly what you expected. Watched it tonight! What a movie! I has BLAST!! Just loved the movie, visually it was STUNNING!!! The world of Atlantis was like Pandora of Avatar, like never seen before! Best Superhero movie of 2018!#AquamanInIndia #Aquaman #DC#DCEU @creepypuppet pic.twitter.com/JGNBLCXVWi — Siddharth Kr. Gautam (@siddhar38492263) December 13, 2018 #Aquaman a great treat for #DC fans. What a VFX workout. Each and every single frame it's crystal clear in the workout. And @creepypuppet nailed it. @prideofgyypsies did a coolest acting & @realamberheard ♥ï¸ð supportive. @DCComics #AquamanInIndia #AquamanSpecialScreening — Ishwah Murthi (@imishwah) December 13, 2018 Besides the great acting and the script, the audience is lauding the incredible VFX effects and losing it over how well Jason Momoa has portrayed Arthur Curry. To be honest i was not expecting this movie to be so good but i was so wrong. I loved the movie . All the actors did super amazing acting. Best movie! #AquamanInIndia pic.twitter.com/RCmPUFkrL8 — Sushil K Kashyap (@SushilKashyap01) December 12, 2018 Nice to see here in india. Whether you are a Marvel or DC fanboy you have to agree that the visuals are great. I am a Marvel fan but this movie shut my mouth! #AquamanInIndia pic.twitter.com/nsa6CmoUGf — Amol (@Ams_NavThar) December 12, 2018 To be honest i was not expecting this movie to be so good but i was so wrong. I loved the movie . All the actors did super amazing acting. Best movie! #AquamanInIndia pic.twitter.com/RCmPUFkrL8 — Sushil K Kashyap (@SushilKashyap01) December 12, 2018 Still looking for more reasons to watch it? 121. @aquamanmovie is a solid 142 minutes attempt, make us tough to hate. James Wan is genius for his visually impressive super hero movie which reviving DCEU to the new arena. My rating â­â­â­â­#Aquamanreview #AquamanInIndia — Vishnu Uma Ratnakar (@VishnuRatnakar) December 13, 2018 A perfect visual treat! ⤠with a decent narration⺠#JasonMomoa extrordinary performanceðâ¤#AmberHeard is gorgeous ð⤠Surely you all enjoy the film ð #Aquaman #AquamanSpecialScreening #AquamanInIndia #aquamanreview pic.twitter.com/Bf1f8iEXK5 — Karthikeya Kanni (@karthik_suroju) December 14, 2018 Watched #Aquaman Dear MCU Fans ( Including Me ) Get Prepared DC Cinematic Universe Is Not Finished Yet Frm Today, They Just Started A New WAR ! #Aquaman Arrived Like a TRUE KING ð¥ð¥ð¥ Spectacular!#AquamanInIndia #AquamanReview pic.twitter.com/JIcSnD0vlx — Watch Aquaman (@Some_1_dare) December 13, 2018 The movie stars Jason Momoa and Amber Heard in lead roles and has been winning fans all over the globe since its release. The weekend is here so we guess your plan should be pretty sorted by now.
  5. It's sad that history often finds itself buried under layers of dust. Time moves on and people forget. A true example of what I am talking about here is this book called 'Muscle Control And Barbell Exercise'. Before you think it's a western giving, let me tell you that it was written right here in India in 1930. Shocked, right? Yup, so was I. Soon I got hold of it and of course, I went through it. Here's why it's a gem of Indian bodybuilding history. Astounding Facts © Muscle control and Barbell Exercise The mere fact that this book was authored by two Indian men – Ghosh and Sen Gupta in the pre-independence era is enough to get the surprise going. India has a rich history of wrestling and other martial arts but who knew that we had thriving bodybuilders almost 100 years back?! Yes, this book is proof of the culture that nobody knew about. Indian bodybuilding history usually starts with Manohar Aich, the very first Mr. Universe from India. His bodybuilding legacy still inspires millions. This book was authored a good 25 years before the rise of Aich on the world bodybuilding arena and even served him as a guide. If this doesn't shock you, I don't what will. Bodybuilding Was A Western Giving. Or Was It? Now a lot of people can debate that East India Company officers bought bodybuilding to India. Well, we don't really know anything about it. What we very well know that this book was authored by two very-well-built and highly-educated-science-graduate- muscle heads. That's evident and can't be challenged. There was a small but highly enthusiastic bodybuilding that thrived here even 17 years before the birth of Arnold Schwarzenegger, the God of bodybuilding. This book alone challenges the notion that bodybuilding was a western giving. The Do-It-No-Matter-What Attitude It was 1930. Half the country struggled for Independence while the British were busy looting whatever was left. Safe to say, India was anything but prospering. So it's anybody's guess that what all equipment these bodybuilders would have had access to. No proper gymnasiums, make shift equipment, no books to read and no internet to find gurus. These guys still pushed ahead and built muscle. There's in fact a detailed chapter in the book about 'isolating thoughts from every distraction and focus on lifting'. Hands down, this is as raw as it can get. The Authors And Inspirations For Them This is Mr. K.C. Sen Gupta (B.A). He authored the Barbell training part of the book. © Muscle control and Barbell Exercise This is Mr. B.C Ghosh (B.Sc). He authored the muscle control part of the book. © Muscle control and Barbell Exercise By the looks of it, both were hardcore muscle-heads and packed on very good mass according to 1930 standards. Both the guys together travelled across Bengal and found that neither was there any awareness about muscle training and nor were any gyms. This is when they took it upon themselves to author this book. They Believed In Systematic And Scientific Approach To Muscle Growth These guys emphasized specially on something that's widely missing even today in the Indian bodybuilding culture: a science-based approach. There are stupid desi gurus everywhere! These guys were straight up scientists with their exercises. Even with food, they recommend eating 3-4 times a day to get bigger and get in more calories. Sleep was highly emphasized on for as they called 'the students of physical culture'. The things I read about posing and muscle control still apply to this day. Yes, everything you will read here is still practiced throughout the world in bits and pieces. With this article, I have put in my share of taking this incredible book to the Indian muscle and fitness heads. Here's the link here for all of you to read it! Share this article and play your part.
  6. Classics are fabulous—be it novels, movies, music, food or any other entity. Who doesn't like the classic “Rajma Chawal” or “Maacher Jhol-Bhaat” or a rendition of Mohammad Rafi songs? The nostalgia and charm attached to them give a warmth to the soul. Their timeless appeal is inescapable and the simplicity with which they come is heart-warming. In the library (read the heart) of a book lover (or a hoarder for that matter), classic novels hold a special place, they take you back to a time (mostly the turn of the century) when matters were uncomplicated and manners were important; a simpler time. Gallant gentlemen, beautiful damsels and all the charm in the world. Oh, nothing can compare to joy of reading and getting lost in the wonderful world created. Like Caroline Bingley (Pride and Prejudice) says: “I declare after all there is no enjoyment like reading! How much sooner one tires of any thing than of a book! -- When I have a house of my own, I shall be miserable if I have not an excellent library.” Here are the top ten English Classics which every book lover must possess: 1. Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen): “There are few people whom I really love, and still fewer of whom I think well. The more I see of the world, the more am I dissatisfied with it; and every day confirms my belief of the inconsistency of all human characters, and of the little dependence that can be placed on the appearance of merit or sense.” © Amazon A staple in every novel connoisseur's library, Jane Austen's famed novel is an epic masterclass in love and the struggle one must endure in order to find a worthy partner. The novel that makes even the best of men to pale in comparison to Mr. Darcy, in the eyes of any woman/man. Focusing on the five Bennet sisters, whose mother is hell bent on marrying them off to wealthy gentlemen (because what else is there to life, right?); her plan is set into motion when Mr. Bingley moves into the neighborhood. What follows is a cornucopia of verbal altercations, fancy balls, affairs, elopement and finally love. The threshold for a romance hero, the handsome and mysterious Mr. Darcy and the feisty firebrand, Elizabeth Bennet star in this epic novel laced with emotions. The novel questions the archaic social constructs and your thoughts: is love more important than your pride and prejudice? One of Jane's first feminist heroines, Elizabeth Bennet doesn't believe that marriage is essential for the sustenance of a woman's life (and rightly so) and has high ideals for a perfect mate. Mr. Darcy on the other hand, is a man of the old world, and doesn't believe in the foolish notions of love leading to a continuous struggle between their ideas and fascination with each other. An eternal story of love, romance and the adage of “opposites attract”, this novel is a must-have and must-read for every romantic ever. P.S.: Whoever tells you that men shouldn't read Jane Austen, please hit them with the same novel. USP: Elizabeth Bennet is one of the most entertaining characters to have been ever written. Mr. Darcy is the epitome of the perfect guy (and most probably your girlfriend's idea of the ideal boyfriend). 2. Wuthering Heights (Emily Brontë): “If all else perished, and he remained, I should still continue to be; and if all else remained, and he were annihilated, the universe would turn to a mighty stranger.” © Pinterest The doomed romance of a man who becomes a (metaphorical) monster, pining for the love of the woman he can't have, Wuthering Heights is a delight to read. With its supernatural, goth themes and forbidden romance, this story will make your heart weep for the two leads; surly Heathcliff and the sultry Catherine Earnshaw. Emily Brontë's celebrated novel follows the story of two star-crossed lovers, who grow up together but can't marry because the society wouldn't approve. Emily Brontë brings to life the emotions of a wronged man, his agony and despair over his life and the choices he makes, is a case study in the human psyche and morality. The heroine, unlike other heroines of other novels, is not a goody-two shoes and is a manipulative woman who doesn't care about what stands in her way and stands up to the social injustice meted out because of her gender yet is unsure about her choices. Charting the lives of the leads from their childhood to their eventual doom, and the effect it has on their posterity, the novel touches upon the dark side of love. The novel features an anti-hero and anti-heroine, they are not your quintessential characters; they are flawed and make mistakes, wherein lies the beauty of the novel. Inspired by Emily's own personal struggles, this novel is one of the best romantic novels of all time, a departure from archaic Victorian novels of that age. USP: The thrilling and ominous tone of the novel will make you feel that you are reading a suspense. Heathcliff is the most relatable character, you need to read it to know it. 3. Anna Karenina (Leo Tolstoy): “If you look for perfection, you'll never be content.” © Penguin Classics Don't we all just want to be loved? Leo Tolstoy's epic drama about a woman in 19th century Russia, we follow Anna in her struggle to fit into society, trying to maintain her stature and achieve her dream of a perfect life. The realist fiction novel has all the classic elements: affairs, societal pressure, infidelity, social classism, grand balls, family and religion. Spread over eight parts, segregated into two volumes, it focuses on Countess Anna whose scandalous affair with a cavalry officer, Count Alexei Kirillovich Vronsky, has made her the stock for gossip around Saint Petersburg. After a socially unsuccessful flee to Italy with her lover, to get away from her tarnished reputation and have her only hope for happiness, but returns with Vronsky to Saint Petersburg, only to be shunned by society and becoming increasingly jealous and paranoid about her lover. Eventually, she sets out on a path of self-destruction to find what she what thought was once love. A parallel story runs with Konstantin "Kostya" Dmitrievich Lëvin, fashioned on Leo Tolstoy himself, who shares the same social circles as Anna and is struggling with his own love life and religious sentiments. Shunned by his object of desire, Kitty, in favor of Vronsky, Levin further falls into the cynical trap of helplessness. Tolstoy's heroine is beautiful and smart, but her greatest quality is that she is human, like any of us. Without falling into a troupe of larger-than-life heroines, she manages to engage the reader throughout. The same can be said about Vronsky, but his nonchalance can become irritating after a time. USP: Trains seems to be a recurring theme in the novel, most of the important scenes happen on the trains or on the platforms; an allegory to the strength of communication but also the depth of the distance between lovers. 4. Jane Eyre (Charlotte Brontë): “If all the world hated you and believed you wicked, while your own conscience approved of you and absolved you from guilt, you would not be without friends.” © Amazon The Bronte Sisters changed English literature with their novels forever; it is a shame that they never got to live enough to see their work being appreciated. Jane Eyre is a beloved classic centering on an orphan girl, Jane who is unloved and uncared for all her life and her journey to finding herself and the strength within. Narrated by Jane, the novel charts her journey starting at age ten, left in the care of her unfeeling aunt who prefers her to be gone and demeans her every chance she gets. Friendless but strong, Jane is sent away to a boarding school, Lowood which changes her outlook towards life and finally finds a purpose. She befriends Helen Burns who awakens her philosophical side. Thereupon, the novel shifts to an older Jane, who becomes a governess at Thornfield Hall and eventually falls in love with Mr. Rochester, her employer who seems perfect. The rest of the novel deals with the aftermath of her love and the trials and tribulations has has to face in lieu of the things she deserves. Jane Eyre is a strong female character, used as a question by Charlotte on the archaic principles set by society. She is shown as a woman with a personality; though she might look frail, her mind is made of steel, constantly challenging themes such as sexuality and religion. The novel poignantly touches topics which people prefer to ignore. 5. 1984 (George Orwell): “War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.” © Amazon George Orwell's dystopian, sci-fi, political novel is a much loved and revered English Classic. Playing on themes of modern science and technological advancements, this novel is the perfect example of fore-shadowing by an author way ahead of his time, portraying the perils of a totalitarian world. The elements and themes of the novel are exemplary; be it the division of the world in super-states and the division of the classes and the ministries which enforce the rules and the unseen, omnipresent leader of Oceania, Big Brother. With its futuristic setting, it follows a world which has been torn apart by atomic wars and conflict and stripped down to three totalitarian zones: Oceania, Eurasia and Eastasia. Set in 1984, it follows middle class Outer Party member, Winston Smith who lives in Airstrip One (fictional Britain) and works at the Ministry of Truth, which works to rewrite history according its terms. Anyone who falls in the Party's bad books disappears. Everyone is constantly monitored by the Think Police using double-sided screens. Sexually and mentally frustrated with his life, Winston thinks of rebelling against the Party and become a “thoughtcriminal” and starts a forbidden affair with Julia, which only makes matters worse. What follows is a manic ride of suspense and intrigue. The novel features a highly developed system to track people who think and don't conform to the ideas of their state. “Newspeak” is used as a medium to limit the thinking of a person, with limited vocabulary and restricted grammar, it is a satire on the freedom of speech. What is mind-blowing about the novel is the thought process behind the different concepts employed, which are seeing the light of the day in today's era. “Doublethink” featuring in the novel is the ability to hold two completely contradictory thoughts simultaneously while believing both to be true; imagine that. USP: The novel is an allegory of the degradation of human thinking and values and the falling standards of life and the political machinations that play a role in it. It is astonishing that a book published in 1948 is still relevant. 6. War and Peace (Leo Tolstoy): “If everyone fought for their own convictions there would be no war.” © Penguin Classics Another Leo Tolstoy magnum opus, the novel deals with the revolution in Russia and the conflict between France and Russia during the reign of Napoleon. The focus is given on five aristocratic families: the Bezukhovs, the Bolkonskys, the Rostovs, the Kuragins and the Drubetskoys, and how they strive to maintain their status in a war-ridden Russia. The intertwining and intermingling of the families set the tone of the novel. Though war plays a significant subplot, the main emphasis is given on the result of actions of individuals and their experience. The 19th century backdrop with an impending war makes this an intriguing read. Count Pyotr Kirillovich ("Pierre" Bezukhov) is the main character and is a manifestation of Tolstoy's own ideas and beliefs, an alter-ego of himself. Socially inept and illegitimate, his fortune makes him desirable in society though he strives to become more successful in his social skills and tries to mature as a person. A study of the political implications on personal life, this novel is regarded as one of the greatest novels of all time. Inspired by real-life characters and incidents with Napoleon and Prince Mikhail Kutuzov featuring in it, this epic is a gigantic mixture of intellectual writing with Tolstoy's heroines make the most significant impacts in the novel and the readers, especially Natasha Rostova who epitomizes grace, intelligence and though not classically beautiful (as mentioned in the novel) is vivacious and puts most of the story in action. USP: The novel is a great history lesson, with its realist themes and an equally divine prose by Leo Tolstoy, the vulnerability of the characters makes them more endearing; a critique of the 19th Century history, if you will. 7. Little Women (Louisa May Alcott): “I've got the key to my castle in the air, but whether I can unlock the door remains to be seen.” © Vintage Classics Set in the Civil War Era, Little Women focuses on the four sisters of the March family residing in Massachusetts, headed by the matriarch Margaret “Marmee” March. With their father off at war, the sisters; Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, must strive to fulfill his aspirations for them and fulfill their own dreams. With family as a main theme, this novel written by Louisa May Alcott was a stupendous success when published and was loved by the masses. The novel, written in two volumes, follows the March sisters as they mature from young adolescents to mature women, each with their own charisma, intelligence and perception of the world. When tragedy strikes the March household, each girl learns something from the loss they have suffered. They befriend the neighbor boy, Lawrence (Laurie) who is their second male acquaintance after their father, who introduces them to various adventures. Jo is the character who shines in the novel, be it her adherence to her principles or her love for her family. The characters are extremely well-written and grow throughout the novel; Meg, with her dreamy outlook and her penchant for good things and her eventual disillusionment, Josephine, the tomboy and rash second-eldest daughter with a love for books and writing, Beth, the good-natured, musically-inclined, shy person who is loved by all and Amy, the youngest and the spoilt one who is obsessed with her looks and is an artist. A sweet tale about friendship, love, family and most importantly one's uniqueness, this novel will surely make you cry and laugh and the characters will remain with you long after you have turned the last page. USP: The witty writing and the beautiful, eloquent prose is a reason why you should have this novel. It will change your outlook towards life and make you realize the way we take some things for granted. 8. Tess of the D'Urbervilles (Thomas Hardy): “A strong woman who recklessly throws away her strength, she is worse than a weak woman who has never had any strength to throw away.” © Penguin Classics Thomas Hardy's scandalous novel features Tess, a young, country girl whose life gets entwined with the rich and powerful D'Urbervilles. In the hopes of a better life and constant pressure from her family to use her beauty to her advantage, she falls prey to circumstance and ends up losing her spirit, helped by the notorious Alec D'Urberville. Furthermore, she reinvents herself, falls in love and starts life anew but unbeknownst to her, her past catches up with her. How she faces her hardships is what sets the tone for the rest of the novel. Initially censored because of its sexual themes and the non-adherence to classical Victorian novels, the novel has now garnered praise and is considered a classic. With motifs of modernism, Hardy explores the underlying prejudice of the rich and how their influence on the lower classes changed the class system in England. Set in 1870s, during the Long Depression, the novel focuses on the way the poor were misled and how the minds of people can be changed by a few flattering words, apparent in the episode of the Parson telling Tess's father that he is related to the D'Urbervilles which sets in motion the eventual ruin of Tess. The continuous struggle between the poor and rich is the main theme, seen from the eyes of a woman, whose desires and beauty lead her to her doom. Divided in seven phases, Tess's life starts from that of a maiden to a future she never had dreamt. USP: The language of the novel and the character development is exceptional. 9. Middlemarch (George Eliot): “And, of course men know best about everything, except what women know better.” © Penguin Classics George Eliot's historical novel is a tale of an intelligent woman who believes in the service of others and that a good deed never remains unnoticed. Set in the fictitious Middlemarch in the late 1820's we find ourselves focusing on Eliot's idealist heroine, Dorothea Brooke, beautiful and intelligent with high aspirations and who wants to make a difference in the society starting by actively renovating buildings for farmers. She marries an elderly gentleman, Rev. Edward Casaubon, in the same hopes and to help him in his research but ends up being disappointed when her husband turns out to be completely different from her imaginings. She then starts anew on her ideas on her own but is looked down upon by the society, further fueled by her close friendship with Will Ladislaw. The novel also features other subplots pertaining to an intelligent but unsuccessful doctor Tertius Lydgate whose ideals are questioned when he tries to woo his eventual wife, the mayor's vain and shallow daughter, Rosamond Vincy. His quest entraps him in a difficult predicament which he had not foreseen. Both Dorothea and Tertius are born in the wrong century; seen as pedants by their peers, they let their wrong decisions and egos come to the fore in the journey of fulfilling their ideals. USP: George Eliot's shrewd understanding of the society makes this novel a compelling read. Her story differs from her contemporary novelists and this is where she stands out. 10. Fahrenheit 451 (Ray Bradbury): “If you hide your ignorance, no one will hit you and you'll never learn.” © Penguin Classics Imagine a world with no books. Dreary, isn't it? Published in 1953, another dystopian novel showing a rapidly deteriorating world, the plot follows Guy Montag, a fireman whose job is to burn books (the title being the temperature at which paper burns). Books are frowned upon by the current society and it is the job of these firemen to purge the society of books. Entertainment comes from parlor-walls (flat-screen TVs) and other sources like movies and comics. It is only books which are being erased while magazines (***, lifestyle and decor) and other media forms thrive. Guy Montag has a change of heart when he meets his new neighbor, teenaged Clarisse, a forward-thinking and progressive girl who changes his perception of books and his life. When he tries to incorporate the same with his television and drug-obsessed wife, his life changes for the worse. His attempt to change the society comes with a terrible price, a fact he hadn't anticipated. A horde of elements feature in the novel: a Hound that sniffs out books and helps the firemen to destroy books, a boss who sees no evil in the destruction of books. It lays bare the society's fixation on easily available entertainment and the fact that people do not want to use their brains or provide nourishment to their mind leading to narrow-minded thinking and a shallow society. USP: The ingenious imagination of the author shines through the novel. It is a must-read because of its avant-garde plot, inspired by Bradbury's own experiences. So, have you read these? If not, go and buy these and make your personal library a little more beautiful. Happy Reading! :D
  7. Samsung showed off a brand new concept phone that has a foldable screen and closes just like a book. Samsung plans to shake up the smartphone business with a new smartphone in an already saturated market. Samsung hosted a conference for software developers in San Francisco and the company showed off the Infinity Flex Display. The company also showed off a new software that would run on the smartphone/tablet. © YouTube Samsung did not detail whether the smartphone will go on sale anytime soon or how much it will cost. Samsung only showed off the display of the smartphone and didn't give a clear look at the body of the smartphone. Having said that, the smartphone looks like a normal smartphone when folded and opens up like a book to transform into a 7.3-inch display. It will be the largest smartphone screen ever released and is big enough to run three apps side by side. According to Samsung, the screen can be folded thousands of time and the company is also looking into a screen that rolls and stretches. When folded, the display will be 4.85-inches in size and have an aspect ratio of 21:9 and resolution of 840x1,960 pixels. As a tablet, the 7.3-inch Main Display will have a 4.2:3 aspect ratio with 1,536x2,152 pixel resolution. When unfolded the Cover Display automatically turns off. © YouTube Samsung will be releasing a simulator for developers to develop and test apps for the upcoming smartphone. The South-Korean giant is working with Google and Android to deliver a software experience that will power the smartphone.
  8. View File Introduction to Fungi by webster introductionto FungiThis new edition of the universally acclaimed andwidely used textbook on fungal biology has beencompletely rewritten, drawing directly on theauthors’ research and teaching experience. Thetext takes account of the rapid and excitingprogress that has been made in the taxonomy, celland molecular biology, biochemistry, pathologyand ecology of the fungi. Features of taxonomicsignificance are integrated with natural functions,including their relevance to human affairs. Specialemphasis is placed on the biology and control ofhuman and plant pathogens, providing a vitallink between fundamental and applied mycology.The book is richly illustrated throughout withspecially prepared drawings and photographs,based on living material. Illustrated life cycles areprovided, and technical terms are clearly explained.Extensive reference is made to recent literature anddevelopments, and the emphasis throughout is onwhole-organism biology from an integrated, multi-disciplinary perspective.John Websteris Professor Emeritus of the School ofBiosciences at the University of Exeter, UK.Roland W.S. Weberwas a Lecturer in the Departmentof Biotechnology at the University of Kaiserslautern,Germany, and is currently at the Fruit Experimentstation (OVB) in Jork, Germany. Submitter Narmeen Dar Submitted 08/08/2018 Category Books Course Fungi  
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    introductionto FungiThis new edition of the universally acclaimed andwidely used textbook on fungal biology has beencompletely rewritten, drawing directly on theauthors’ research and teaching experience. Thetext takes account of the rapid and excitingprogress that has been made in the taxonomy, celland molecular biology, biochemistry, pathologyand ecology of the fungi. Features of taxonomicsignificance are integrated with natural functions,including their relevance to human affairs. Specialemphasis is placed on the biology and control ofhuman and plant pathogens, providing a vitallink between fundamental and applied mycology.The book is richly illustrated throughout withspecially prepared drawings and photographs,based on living material. Illustrated life cycles areprovided, and technical terms are clearly explained.Extensive reference is made to recent literature anddevelopments, and the emphasis throughout is onwhole-organism biology from an integrated, multi-disciplinary perspective.John Websteris Professor Emeritus of the School ofBiosciences at the University of Exeter, UK.Roland W.S. Weberwas a Lecturer in the Departmentof Biotechnology at the University of Kaiserslautern,Germany, and is currently at the Fruit Experimentstation (OVB) in Jork, Germany.
  10. Microsoft launched the Surface Book 2 and Surface Laptop in India today, the company's premium offering that will compete with Apple's MacBook. The Surface Laptop will retail for a starting price of Rs 86,999 and will go up to Rs 233,999. The Surface Book 2 will be the costlier of the two where it will start Rs 1,37,999 (Core i5 version), prices will go up to Rs 295,999. © Microsoft The Surface Book 2 has a touchscreen and is powered by the Intel Core i7 8th generation processor. According to Microsoft, it will last for17 hours on a single charge. Microsoft says the Surface Book 2, the premium laptop out of the two, comes in the 13.5-inch and 15-inch variants with up to 16GB RAM and 1TBB of storage space. In terms of GPU, the Surface Book 2 has Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1050/1060 GPU on Core i7 models. The Surface Book 2 will be available in seven variants: four versions with a 13.5-inch and three of the 15-inch variant. The 13.5-inch variant will have a minimum of 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD storage. © Microsoft The Surface Laptop, on the other hand, has a thinner design and runs Windows 10 S. It is the lighter version of the full-blown Windows 10 and can run apps from the Windows store. The Surface laptop will be available in five variants where the cheapest model will be powered by Intel Core i5 version along with Intel HD Graphics 620. Here are the full pricing details for the Surface Book 2 from different SKUs: -13.5″ Intel Core i5, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM, Intel HD Graphics 620: Rs. 137,999 -13.5″ Intel Core i7, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050: Rs. 155,999 -13.5″ Intel Core i7, 51268 SSD, 16GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050: Rs. 222,999 -13.5″ Intel Core i7, 1TB SSD, 16GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050: Rs. 257,999 -15 Intel Core i7, 256GB SSD, 16GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060: Rs. 222,499 -15 Intel Core i7, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060: Rs. 258,999 -15 Intel Core i7, 1TB SSD, 16GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060: Rs. 295,999
  11. View File Reham Khan Book in PDF 2018 Download free Please share , Like and give views below. Reham Khan, the former wife of Imran Khan is ready to reveal it all in her upcoming book, which is scheduled to drop next week in London. The book is considered to be an autobiography and explains in length the incidents surrounding her short marriage with Imran Khan. The TV anchor and ex-wife of Imran Khan, the president of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf (PTI) announced the release of her autobiography a few months back but what gained it immense media coverage is the leaked manuscript last month. The revelations made in the manuscript took the nation by storm and is expected to create a political turmoil in the country, upon the official release of the full book. In the leaked manuscript, Reham Khan made several allegations towards Imran Khan and uncovered the alleged corruption and harassment incidents. In a recent interview, she mentioned the inclusion of a certain BlackBerry, which can serve as a concrete proof of Imran Khan’s misconduct towards female in the party. She accused Imran Khan of sending inappropriate text messages to female party leaders. Also see: Top 10 Most Popular Political Party In Pakistan General Election 2018 PTI’s reception of this news has been anything but welcoming. The political party rejected all the allegations and defended their leader. Moreover, PTI accused her of teaming up with PML-N, Imran Khan’s biggest rival, and other parties in order to defame the potential leader of this country. Imran Khan’s supporters also came into the scene to defend him and called the whole affair an agenda against Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf and Imran Khan. Actor Hamza Ali Abbasi, who has been known as a PTI activist tweeted about the matter as well, declaring that the hidden agenda behind her book is to hurt Imran Khan, especially considering the time of its publication, which is set a mere few weeks before the country’s next major Elections 2018. Submitter ADMIN Submitted 07/14/2018 Category General Books Book is About Reham khan life and Relationship  
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  14. Former TV presenter Reham Khan says she has no hatred against anyone, be it her first husband or Imran Khan. ? Geo NewsLONDON: Reham Khan, former wife of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan and a TV presenter, Thursday said that...
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  17. Laura Ingalls Wilder's first book, The Little House in the Big Woods was published in 1932. Photo: FileNEW YORK: The name of best-selling author Laura Ingalls Wilder has been dropped from an American children's literature award because of racist...
  18. When you're a royal, you don't really have the same outlook towards life as everyone else, in terms of pretty much anything. It becomes all the more conspicuous in areas like fashion, that by virtue of their very nature, are superficial, and thereby available to everyone for scrutiny. Saif Ali Khan is perhaps the best example when it comes to that, at least going by his choice of outfit for his latest airport appearance. He wore a shirt and a blazer with a classy red pocket square. But the one thing our eyes got stuck on, was the pair of velvet trousers in turquoise shimmer blue he wore. Also, the book he is currently reading. © Viral Bhayani Those pants are just royal AF. That is perhaps the best way they can be described. When was the last time you saw a high-waisted, pleated, velvet pair of pants worn by a 'dad'? Only he can pull it off. Period. We later figured that the book clearly has played its part. © Viral Bhayani About the outfit, it couldn't have been better. Everything is in place - calculated well, rather, measured to sheer perfection. No other colour would have complemented the velvet blue better than the brown tan of his blazer. Add to that the red pocket square and the checked blue shirt, and you get a memorable lesson - straight out of the book he is holding. He is currently reading 'History of Men's Fashion' by Nicholas Storey - where high waisted and pleated trousers do get honourable mention. © Viral Bhayani Looking at his overall aesthetic, we can tell that he doesn't just 'dabble' in fashion, he is seriously invested in it. Just look at his tan boots. No other pair would have done justice to this outfit right here. © Viral Bhayani If this is what comes out of reading that book, we suggest everyone should have a go at it.
  19. PTI leader Faisal Vawda while speaking on Geo News programme Geo Pakistan early Thursday morning. Photo: Geo News screen grabKARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Faisal Vawda, while weighing in on the issue surrounding the book of party chief...
  20. Marriyum Aurangzeb. Photo: FileISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb said on Wednesday that the party has nothing to state on the personal life of Imran Khan but Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf should tell why it?s...
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  22. LONDON: Jemima Goldsmith, former wife of Imran Khan, Wednesday vowed to sue if Reham Khan's book was published in the United Kingdom.Jemima wrote on Twitter that she had been assured that Reham's book was "too libellous to be published in the...
  23. View File Dilchasp_Hikayat-e_Saadi-[fundayforum.com] Urdu PDF Book Hikayat-e-Sadi is a famous Urdu book about the stories of Sheikh Sadi. All these stories are collected and compiled by Ibn-e-Ali who has searched different books and pages and collected all Hikayat (Stories) of Hazrat Sheikh Sadi R.A. There are short Urdu stories (Hikayat) of Sheikh Sadi. Hazrat Sheikh Saadi also is known as Saadi Shirazi but best known by his pen name Saadi, His real name was Abu Mohammad Muslih Al-Din Abdullah Shirazi. He was born in the ancient Persia (the modern Iran) city of Shiraz. He was a great Sunni Muslim from the Sunni Majority Persia. Hazrat Sheikh Saadi R.A is best known for his life changing stories and quotes. Sheikh Saadi was also a famous Persian poet and literary man. He was also the author various books. Dilchasp Hikayat Saadi (Interesting stories of Saadi) is a comprehensive Urdu book about the short stories of Sheikh Saadi R.A. Hikayat-e-Saadi Urdu book is about the short and lesson-full Urdu stories. These Saadi's Hikayats are the moral stories of Saadi. Any person's life can be changed by reading Hazrat Sheikh Saadi's quotes and stories. Dilchasp Hikayat-e-Saadi Urdu book also has a brief biography of Sheikh Saadi in the Urdu language. Dilchasp Hikayat-e-Saadi by Ibn-e-Ali is here in Pdf. You can free download and read online this Urdu Book from the table below the following sample pages. Sample Pages of the Urdu Book "Dilchasp Hikayat-e-Saadi" By Sheikh Saadi Submitter waqas dar Submitted 06/06/2018 Category Islamic Writer/Author Ibn-e-Ali  
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  25. MULTAN: A civil court issued a stay order on the publication of journalist Reham Khan?s book on the petition of Mustafa Chohan, President of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf?s (PTI) lawyers wing.The court after a briefing hearing also summoned...
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