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  1. Veet Pakistan, one of Reckitt Pakistan’s most popular brands, truly believes in the importance of inspiring and strengthening women. This is why Veet Academy, an initiative that empowers women and helps them support their dreams and ambitions was formed under Veet Pakistan. Veet Academy...
  2. If increasing trend persist then price of chicken meat may cross Rs500 per kg in Punjab, say sources
  3. The moon for first of Ramzan is expected to be seen on Thursday evening April 23, informs Saudi Institute of astronomy
  4. If you've stopped obsessing over the Starbucks cup that magically appeared (and then disappeared) on the fourth episode of the final season of 'Game of Thrones', and have also had the time to look past the camps at the Met Gala, you'd have noticed that the Muslim world is ushering in the month of Ramzan (or Ramadan, as “better Muslims” call it). For those of you new to the word, Ramzan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is considered holy by the believers of the faith. Apart from fasting from dawn to dusk, they change their conduct in the month to be more calm, peaceful and pious (something that they can and should do during the rest of the months also). A quick AMA session with my 4,000-odd followers on Instagram about Ramzan revealed the hilarious sense of apathy most of us have about it and the festivities/religiosities. © Zain Anwar © Zain Anwar © Zain Anwar © Zain Anwar So, before you irritate your Muslim friends with stupid arguments, questions and suggestions, let me quickly give you a refresher course on the many things you shouldn't say to them during Ramzan. 1. “Bilkul Bhook Nahin Lagti?” That's a strange and morbid question, to be honest. Try to understand, hunger and thirst are basic bodily needs. People obviously feel hungry and thirsty during the day. I mean, I understand that the question is more out of concern than shock, but it never really helps. And any knightly person who tells you he/she doesn't feel hunger and thirst during the day is purely lying. Trust me. 2. “Dude, You'd Stay Without Water For The Entire Month?” No, it doesn't work like that. Muslims don't go without water for the entire month. If they did, they'd all be dead probably (Some of you may think that's cool, but no). That's not even possible, bhai. The duration of the fast is from dawn to dusk. Believers are free to eat and drink all the lawful things they can at night. 3. “Then Toh You Guys Must Be Eating All Night?” The following conversation is the model. NOT. You: “Isn't it true? Khud bata?” Them: “That's not the case. Somehow, I feel full right after eating a small portion.” You: “Arey, but how is that possible? When you are hungry all day, you will eat na?” Them: “Haan, that's what we feel all day. But sometimes we skip dinner also because we are not that hungry.” You: “That is because you guys eat all pakoras and shit. That's why you should not eat all that and always eat healthy. Like chana and all.” Them: “Dude, even if I eat healthy, I get full early.” You: “Kuch bhi? I don't believe you, man!” 4. “Cigarette Toh Pee Sakte Hain!” Technically, you are not wrong. The three things completely forbidden during the fast are food, liquids and ***. What that means is: your fast may technically not be broken. But come on, kaesi baat kar rahe ho yaar? 5. “Sorry, We Are Having It In Front Of You” Honestly, feels very good when people are considerate about your fast. But trust me, the idea of somebody fasting is not to make the other person feel guilty or sympathetic. People do it only because they want to do it. So, whenever you think bad about eating or drinking in front of your fasting friends, don't. That's not what they want. 6. “This Is Haram” Well, who can take out the haram police from this conversation? Every rare occasion you feel a spiritual connection, the haram police come knocking, to remind you that reaching God is not that easy. Every year during Ramzan, Islamic Moral policing starts which checks all the irrelevant aspects of fasting. Personally, I've been lectured about how swimming and being in a bathtub annuls my fast: not because it wastes water and is not ideal, but because water can seep inside my body through my nostrils, ears and well, the anus. Let's not even talk about how divided we can be when it comes to brushing our teeth during Ramzan. To set the record straight, I do brush my teeth and also go for an occasional swim. Author Bio: Zain Anwar is a video director and the co-founder of the popular MensXP show 'Honest Reviews'. Disclaimer: Shah Rukh Khan's image is being used for representational purposes only. Somehow his expression seemed apt for Zain's headline!
  5. The month of Ramzan is when a lot of delicious food and delicacies are in an endless supply around you. There are no holds barred when it comes to different food choices that are available to you during this month, and it can get a little hard to stick to your diet. © Getty Images People who regularly go to the gym are caught in a dilemma. They keep asking themselves, 'Should I be sticking to my diet or should I go all out and get back on track after Eid?' How about finding a middle ground? You can almost always find a middle ground. Here are a few practical ways you can eat during Ramzan and not gain fat: 1. Set Your Goal As Maintenance And Not Fat Loss Or Muscle Gain Usually, one of the following two things happen during Ramzan: a. You gain weight hogging all the festive delicacies. b. You lose weight as the long fasting hours and the heat kill the hunger. Your goal should be trying to maintain your weight, and you can go a step ahead and track your calorie intake with the help of an app. You roughly maintain your body weight consuming 14 to 16 calories per lb. of your body weight. Multiply your weight (in lbs.) by 15 and that's your maintenance calories. For example, a 150 lb. man would maintain weight at roughly 2250 kcals. 2. Pick Foods On How Your Appetite Acts If you get hungry easily, pick low-calorie foods like egg whites, lean cuts of meat, whey protein, fibrous veggies, fruits, potatoes, etc. If you struggle to consume the calories, pick calorie-dense foods like whole eggs, fatty cuts of chicken, whey protein, biryani, kheer, desserts, etc. 3. Eat Adequate Protein To maintain your weight and muscle, it is a good idea to consume 0.7 to 0.8g protein per lb. of body weight. For example, the 150 lb. dude would need to consume 105 to 120 grams of protein per day. © Getty Images These foods can help with your daily protein intake - eggs, chicken, mutton, yoghurt, whey protein shakes, etc. 4. Try Not To Drop Your Calories Yeah, I know if you eat less and lose some weight, what would be the harm in that right? But the following things could happen if you eat fewer calories: a. You may be hungry through the day b. You may feel lethargic c. Your recovery may be compromised 5. Hydrate Yourself Even though the feeding window is extremely small, aim to get in at least 2.5 to 3 litres of water in your system, as it is essential for your system's functioning and you may be risking dehydration, as there is a good chance you may be dehydrated during the day. So. do this and ensure that you are in a good position to start putting in the work in the gym once the fasting days are over. Author Bio: Pratik Thakkar is the co-founder and director of GetSetGo Fitness, an online fitness company and the founder of Mars Nutrition, a nutrition supplement company. Both his companies are geared towards providing you with the right information and products without any false or fake claims. You can reach out to him at pratik@getsetgo.fitness and follow him on Instagram.
  6. Whenever something happens, we can always count on the Sikh community to do everything in their power to help. This is not up for debate, it's just a fact. We hear this kind of news all the time and each and every time it needs to be thanked and appreciated. © Khalsa Aid Khalsa Aid, a UK-based international NGO, has been serving iftar meals to about 5000 Syrian refugees daily in Lebanon and Iraq during the fasting month of Ramadan. Collaborating with Sawa for Development and Aid, a local Lebanese charity, they have been providing fresh food for a lot people through their 'Ramzan Kitchen'. We are funding #Ramadan Fresh food ( Iftar ) for 5000 #Syrian Refugees daily in Lebanon ! Food is freshly prepared & served. Our thx to our friends @SawaForDev for their wonderful support. #Iftar pic.twitter.com/YYU4lyfglQ — Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) June 12, 2018 The kitchen has been open for the past five years and donations help fund everything. Along with the food, this initiative also provides a sense of belongingness to all the people who had to flee their homeland. With Eid being a time for a celebration, they are also making refugee kids smile by giving them new clothes and shoes. Eid Gifts for refugee children of #MOSUL. As #Eid approaches many refugee children in a camp near Mosul remain without gifts or smilies. Our volunteers changed all that ! We purchased new shoes for over 500 children Refugees. Smiles are back ! #Ramadan @YasminQureshiMP pic.twitter.com/dUsxGocBJh — Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) June 13, 2018 Not only they are doing such incredible work but turns out they are the first ones. Khalsa Aid is the first ever cross-border international humanitarian aid organisation based on the Sikh principles. The charity was formed back in 1999 when Ravinder Singh, the founder and CEO of Khalsa Aid, saw the plight of refugees from Kosovo and decided to take action. We are funding #Ramadan food for #Syrian refugees in Lebanon all next week. We are once again working with our friends @SawaForDev to assist the refugees. #RefugeeWeek2018 pic.twitter.com/LVZzIdPndd — Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) June 11, 2018 He also remembers the incident where his great organisation was targeted by the right wing in India just because they were in Bangladesh to feed the Rohingya Muslims. He said, “As soon as we started, and our volunteers from India landed in Bangladesh, the right-wing groups in India started posting pictures of Sikh guys and Rohingya refugee children, and you know what they were posting? This was a concentrated effort to undermine our work - big snake feeding a small snake!” © Khalsa Aid Despite all unwarranted hate, they kept on doing the good work and the pictures are proof that this kind of selflessness and generosity is much needed in the world.
  7. We all are active on social media platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook, and more often than not, we come across posts and messages related to blood donation. But how many of us actually respond to it or pay any heed to it? Sadly, the number isn't something to be proud of because most of us tend to ignore these messages. However, there are a few people who go out of their way to help save someone's life. Arif Khan is one such man who chose humanity over religion and broke his Ramzan fast to save a Hindu's life. Arif came across a request for urgent blood donation on social media and WhatsApp, for 20-year-old Ajay Bijlawan. Ajay was hospitalized in Dehradun's Max Hospital and was in a serious condition, where his blood platelets were rapidly falling. Twitter Reportedly, Ajay urgently needed A+ blood and the doctors told his father that if the donor isn't found, his life will be in danger. After certain failed efforts, Ajay's father started asking for help from his family and friends. After Arif came across the heartfelt post on WhatsApp, he immediately contacted the family members and became Ajay's silver lining in the dark clouds. When Arif Khan who the President of National Association for Parents and Students Rights (NAPSR), reached the hospital, he was asked to first eat something and then donate blood. This meant that he will have to break his Ramzan fast before the Iftar time. In order to save Ajay's life, Arif agreed to break his fast and made the blood donation. Twitter “If somebody's life could be saved by breaking my roza (fast), then I will put humanity first, rozas (fasts) can be kept later, and human life is precious.” These were the words of Arif Khan, after he donated his blood and helped save Ajay's life. He further said, “Helping the needy is essential teachings of Ramzan, I believe if we keep fast and do not help the needy then Allah won't be happy, it is my honour that I could help someone.” Twitter In an age, when people are lynched or attacked in the name of religion, people like Arif prove that one's religion can never be greater or bigger than a person's life. Doing what Arif did takes a lot of courage and we are proud of him. Arif deserves all the respect in the world.
  8. The first fast of Ramazan is likely to be observed on Thursday. Photo: File KARACHI: The central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee will hold its meeting on Wednesday to sight the crescent for the holy month of Ramazan, 1439 Hijri.The first fast of Ramazan is...
  9. The first fast of Ramazan is likely to be observed on Thursday. Photo: File KARACHI: The central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee will hold its meeting on Wednesday to sight the crescent for the holy month of Ramazan, 1439 Hijri.The first fast of Ramazan is...
  10. ISLAMABAD: Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique on Wednesday announced a reduction in rail fares ahead of Ramzan. "A twenty percent reduction in fares for all classes of all Pakistan Railways trains will be applicable from Ramazn 1st till Ramzan 20th," Rafique announced. The minister said that the pays and pensions of railway staff have been increased by Rs20 billion, and also demanded that railway police's compensations should be at par with the provincial police. "Pakistan State Oil and Pakistan Railways have agreed on a five-year fuel transportation agreement," he announced, stating that the former will be liable to transport two million tonnes of oil through Pakistan Railways.
  11. Kaab Ibn Ujrah (radhi Allaahu anhu) relates that Rasulullah (peace be upon him) said Come near to the mimbar and we came near the mimbar. When He (peace be upon him) climbed the first step of the mimbar, He (peace be upon him) said “Aameen”, When He (peace be upon him) ascended the second step, He (peace be upon him) said “Aameen”, When He (peace be upon him) climbed the third step, He (peace be upon him) said “Aameen” When He (peace be upon him) came down, We said “O Rasool of Allah (peace be upon him), we have heard from you today something which we never heard before” He (peace be upon him) said When I climbed the first step, the angel Jibraeel (alaihi as-salam) appeared before me and said “Destruction to him who found the blessed month of Ramdhan and let it pass by without gaining forgiveness” upon that I said ‘Aameen’. When I climbed the second step, he said, “Destruction to him before whom thy name is taken and then he does not make Dua for Allah’s blessing on me (by saying, for example , Sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam).” I replied ‘Aameen’. When I climbed the third step, he said “Destruction unto him in whose lifetime his parents or either one of them reaches old age, and (through failure to serve them) he is not allowed to enter Jannah”. I said ‘Aameen’. (Hakim, Baihaqi) Note In this Hadith, it appears that Jibraeel (alaihi as-salam) gave expression to three curses, upon which Rasulullah (peace be upon him) said Aameen every time. In al-Durr al-Mansoor it is reported that Jibraeel (alaihi as-salam) advised Rasulullah (peace be upon him) to say Aameen. Being an angel of such high mark, Jibraeel ‘s giving these curses is sure to be accepted. May Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) in His infinite mercy grant us His help and save us from these three dangers. Share this, Baarakallaah Feekum: [“One who guides to something good has a reward similar to that of its doer” - Saheeh Muslim vol.3, no.4665] [This website protects the copyrights of the authors/publishers. The Content is posted on this website with implicit/explicit permission from content owners. If you find any copyright violations please inform the same.]
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