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  1. HYDERABAD: The Chief Justice of Pakistan said Saturday he had committed "one year to my country", Geo News reported, as Justice Mian Saqib Nisar addressed the Sindh High Court Bar Association here."I do not intend to cross the limits [of...
  2. Diljit Dosanjh has transformed into an unbelievably fashion-forward celebrity over the past one year. Just take one look at his wardrobe and you'll definitely agree with us. Right from wearing uber-premium brands to carrying out the most hypebeast-y of silhouettes, this man has smashed it, and how. He continued his streak of badassery with his latest appearance, where he was spotted wearing the best looking, most interesting shirt we have seen this year. (c) Viral Bhayani He is wearing a Cuban collared satin (or is it silk?) shirt with what seems to be a story told through a picture. It reminds us of the revolution, with a distinctive feel of racial struggle. Can it have a passive reference to something? (c) Viral Bhayani Diljit has been posting a lot on his social media about the ongoing 'tender age shelters'. Perhaps this is his way of reminding us of that? Anyway, moving on, let's look at the insane sneakers he is wearing. (c) Twitter He is wearing Balenciaga Triple S sneakers in Black, white, and red, that cost about INR 54,000. Apart from being the most hypebeast-y of all the shoes out there, this shows the playful side of Paaji as well. Who'd have thought of pairing those sneakers with that shirt? (c) Viral Bhayani Coming to the overall look, we love how he has decided to choose a colour for his turban that complements the shirt he is wearing. All we can say is that, we totally think Diljit is one of the most fashionable people in the country right now. Bravo!
  3. Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Photo: AFPMohammed bin Salman became crown prince of Saudi Arabia a year ago. Here is a rundown of developments: Crown prince at 31 In a royal decree issued on June 21, 2017, King Salman ousts his nephew as crown prince...
  4. Ever since 'Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety' entered the 100 Crore Club, Kartik has made his way into the premier league of Bollywood celebrities. His latest achievement is hosting the upcoming IIFA Rocks event. He was also supposed to perform at the most prestigious Bollywood Award show this year, but had to back out due to an injury. We can easily say that the man is on a professional high and is keeping up very well with his new rich lad image, Kartik decided to spend it on a bag that costs way too much. Well, at least for us mere mortals. © Viral Bhayani Heading out to Bangkok to attend the IIFA weekend, Kartik was seen dressed in rather minimal colors and chose to spend everything we have in our bank, on a pair of sneakers and a bag. Seen wearing a white round neck tattered T-shirt with a blue washed out jeans and black jacket, Kartik completed the look with matching black and white sneakers and a bag. Take a deep breath, because we are about to tell you the prices of these precious items. © Balmain Paris © Balmain Paris The Balmain Medium Cruise Backpack costs a whopping € 2,150 (approx. Rs.1,69,850). Made out of black calf leather, the bag features playful American flag motifs on the sides. Add to this, the Balmain embossed high-top sneakers that cost € 823 (approx. Rs.65,020). While we were still recovering from other shockingly expensive celeb looks, Kartik just beat them all with just a bag and a pair of shoes. Talk about saving up for our dream holiday, and here we have Kartik spending our entire savings on an airport look! © Viral Bhayani While we are still calculating the total cost of the outfit, we can't help but acknowledge Kartik's super-easy airport look. This one is easy to replicate by keeping it minimal with a monochrome colour scheme combined with blue washed out jeans. Moral: While we can't afford a six figure bag all we can hope for is a six figure salary!
  5. The colossal convention E3 is upon us and this is the most exciting part of the year for gamers out there. E3 2018 has been filled with new announcements, trailers, and reveals. There are so many good games that it's easy to miss out on an important title from the event. We have compiled a list of the most exciting games that were revealed or shown-off this week! Keep in mind, the order of these games is random and the numbers do not mean its ranking. 1. Fallout 76: © Bethesda Softworks 'Fallout 76' was first revealed before E3, but Bethesda finally rolled out some solid details during its event -- it is now confirmed that the game is only online and multi-player centric. It is a prequel to the other games in the 'Fallout' Series where the player is cast as one of the first survivors of the retro-future nuclear apocalypse. The map is four times the size of 'Fallout 4', and it's all rendered with new terrain technology that should allow for more varied and interesting environs. 2. Last of Us Part II: © Naughty Dog It's been five years since the first iteration of the game was released and it was lauded for its storytelling and tense action. The trailer of the new game perfectly shows Ellie (one of the main protagonists) at a party with friends one minute, and silently taking out bandits the next. The animation has improved leaps and bounds and the physics engine has been seriously cranked to churn out impressive new manoeuvres like dodge mechanic, or using foliage for cover and bodies as a shield. 3. Assassin's Creed: Odyssey © Ubisoft This game has already been leaked on multiple occasions in the past few months, but it has finally made an official debut at Ubisoft's E3 2018 press conference. The franchise is sticking to ancient times, moving from Egypt to Greece this time around. A lot of new RPG elements have been added like choosable characters, romance options, and a branching storyline. The game is scheduled to arrive in October. 4. Wolfenstein: Youngblood: © Bethesda Softworks After 'Wolfenstein: The New Order' and 'Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus' this game is back and there are way more Nazis to kill. Series protagonist BJ Blazkowicz is being succeeded by his daughters Jess and Soph as they search for their father in Paris. There isn't a lot of detail available right now but the game is expected to be launched in 2019 and is suitable for playing on both, single as well as multiplayer mode. 5. Ghosts on Tsushima: © Sucker Punch The protagonist, Jin, is alive during the invasion of Japan by the Mongols and confronts several of these marauders as they terrorize the locals. The developer, Sucker Punch, has exhibited Japanese combat systems including a Katana. The gameplay also boasts a portion of stealth gameplay too, along with an AI system in place as you fight with your ally to secure the objective. The trailer shows Jin infiltrating a temple, with some suitably exciting swordplay. 6. Spider Man: © Insomniac Games Insomniac Games has brought everything you'd want from a superhero game -- all the main characters, a fully open NYC map, a plethora of powers and ample crime to fight. The best part about this game is that it is based on the original storyline from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The game is scheduled to release on 7th of September this year. 7. Division 2: © Ubisoft This game is based in Washington DC where a "dollar flu" has managed to wipe out most of the city and other parts of the country. This is when the Division arrives. At first, you'll have to make your way to the affected region and keep hostile factions in check. The game will be available in March 2019 followed by three free DLC episodes coming out in the year to keep players coming back for more. 8. Resident Evil 2 Remake: © Capcom It's been 20 years, but ''Resident Evil 2' is finally getting a remake on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The remake of 'Resident Evil 2' will trade the fixed cameras of the original game for a third-person over-the-shoulder view, similar to more recent 'Resident Evil' games. Players will still be able to play as both Claire Redfield and Leon Kennedy, as they explore a zombie-infested Raccoon City. We don't know how much of the original game will be retained. The game will be available from 29 January 2019. 9. Gears 5: © Epic Games The next instalment in the 'Gears of War' franchise is coming next year. There is also a PC strategy and mobile game on the way for a franchise that has been dormant and ignored for a few years. The gameplay shows off some new enemies and odd new melee weapons for players to wield alongside their massive guns. It will have support for 4K Ultra HD resolution, HDR, and will run at 60 frames per second. Like all first-party Xbox games, 'Gears 5' will be available on both the Xbox One and Windows 10 when it does release next year. 10. Doom Eternal: © Bethesda Softworks The last reboot of 'Doom' came out in 2016 and it was a raging success. At the end of 'Doom', the Doom Slayer was banished back to Hell by Samuel Hayden, a cyborg with a boring name. The new game mostly takes place after the betrayal and takes the storyline forward. A brief teaser on YouTube shows a destroyed city, rife with the distinct demons of "DOOM," before the rage-filled supersoldier from the last game appears.
  6. 'La Furia Roja' or 'The Red Fury' are no strangers to success at the grandest stage. After years of perennial underachievement, the Spanish formed an indomitable unit filled with world class talent in each position as they won three tournaments back to back in 2008, 2010 and 2012. Their group stage exit in the 2014 World Cup shocked the world, journalists and pundits were quick to write them off as a superpower of the yesteryears. More fuel was added to these premature prophecies after the Spanish had an underwhelming Euro 2016 campaign. However, as a new generation has stepped up to the fold, those who were quick to write off the Spanish may be caught eating their own words. Reuters As Julen Lopetegui took over from Vicente Del Bosque in 2016, it wasn't met with much fanfare or excitement. However, little did the world know that the Spanish FA had perfectly executed a succession plan years in the making. Lopetegui, who, prior to his appointment, had spent 4 years with the Spanish youth teams, was quick to instil faith in those he had previously coached, and shed the old guard for the new. The likes of Thiago, Isco and Koke, replaced Cesc Fabregas and Pedro, and they were quick to repay the manager's confidence. Such has been the dominance of this Spanish side, that they are unbeaten since their loss to Italy in Euro 2016. In 19 games since Euro 2016, the Spanish have drawn 6 and won 13, and scored a remarkable 60 goals while conceding just 13 goals. By any measure, this Spanish side is one of the favourites to lift the trophy on 15th July. Reuters However, the most alarming fact about this team is that they boast a world cup winning squad consisting of players who have NOT been selected for the world cup. The 4 of the 5 Spanish players at Chelsea, consisting of Cesc Fabregas, Pedro, Marcos Alonso and Alvaro Morata have not made the cut. Neither have Hector Bellerin, Juan Bernat, Marc Bartra, Vitolo and Javi Martinez. Most, if not all of these players have the calibre to represent any other international side in the world, but not this Spanish team. Amongst those who have made the cut, David De Gea, the world's best goalkeeper at the moment is an undoubted starter. As are football's eternal bastards in Sergio Ramos, who will captain the side, and Gerard Pique, both of whom will marshal their defence. They will be flanked by the speedy and ever reliable duo of Dani Carvajal and Jordi Alba. Cesar Azpilicueta, arguably the Premier League's best defender, has championed each of the back 4 positions and is more than just a capable backup. The midfield, presents an entirely different conundrum altogether. The Spanish have always oozed of creative options from midfield, and this year is no different. Reuters Sergio Busquets and Thiago Alcantara will serve as deep lying playmakers, who are imperious in their passing and possess the game intelligence to cut the opposition's passing lines. Assisting them, in the tiki taka and the high press play are likely to be Isco, Andres Iniesta and David Silva, each of whom can strike daggers in the hearts of any defence and any point of time during the game. David Silva and Andres Iniesta, two legends of the game, who are almost certainly playing their last world cup, will look to hurt the opposition with their silky movement. Finally, in the No. 9 position, is another footballing thug in Diego Costa, who will look to bully opposition defenders with his physical play. In the event that any one of these players is injured, Spain's fluid style of play means that the likes of Saul, Marco Asensio, Koke, Lucas Vazquez and Iago Aspas can come in and fill a variety of positions. The reassurance of a strong bench, the world class talent on display, the experience in the side, and a good form coming into the tournament, all of these things form the perfect recipe for a World Cup winning squad which might set the standard for the rest of the teams. With everything pointing in the right direction, an exit prior to the semi-finals would be considered a major disappointment. Squad Goalkeepers: David De Gea, Pepe Reina, Kepa Defenders: Dani Carvajal, Sergio Ramos, Nacho, Jordi Alba, Gerard Pique, Nacho Monreal, Cesar Azpilicueta, Odriozola Midfield: Sergio Busquets, Andres Iniesta, Saul, Koke, Thiago, Silva, Isco, Marco Asensio, Lucas Vázquez, Forward: Iago Aspas, Rodrigo, Diego Costa
  7. Our wait is finally over! The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked off yesterday with a bang and this year's host, Russia, took a lead by 5-0 against Saudi Arabia. Although it's too soon, but it's safe to say that last night's game was undoubtedly an interesting match. I mean, if Canada and Bermuda ever played against each other in a Cricket World Cup, this will be the kind of thrill and excitement I will have while cheering for them. For those who got the joke, pat your backs and those who didn't, let's move forward. © Reuters As many as 32 countries will compete with each other for the coveted World Cup this year. After all, it's one of the biggest sports events in the world and the trophy is way more valuable and expensive than most of our annual salaries combined. But, did you know that these teams are putting their lives on the field to win a fake trophy? FYI, the real World Cup trophy is made of 18-carat gold, weighs around 6 kg and is 14.5 inches tall. The base contains two layers of semi-precious malachite and the underside is engraved with a year and name of each winner since 1974. Anyway, the point is that the trophy that half of the world is competing for is not a real one; it's actually a replica of the original trophy. Wondering, who gets to keep the real one? Well, it's none other than FIFA aka the International Federation of Association Football. © Twitter And there's a legit reason behind it. So in 1946, the OG trophy was commissioned from French sculptor Abel Lafleur and was named the Jules Rimet Cup in honour of the founding father of the FIFA World Cup. “The trophy was a depiction of the goddess of victory holding an octagonal vessel above her head, produced in gold with a base of semi-precious stones,” is what the description of the original one read on the official website of FIFA. © FIFA Not many people know that the trophy has an eventful history of its own that's way more interesting than our drunken tales. During the World War II, the Jules Rimet Cup was hidden in a box under a bed, which was later stolen in 1966 and eventually retrieved by a dog named Pickles. It was then decided by FIFA that any nation that won the World Cup three times would become the permanent owners of the trophy. Brazil won it in 1970 but it was stolen in 1983 and never found. So in 1970s, FIFA commissioned a new trophy for the 10th World Cup and Italian artist Silvio Gazzaniga's design was selected out of 53 designs that were submitted. The one we see now is actually his creative masterpiece. © Reuters So after the first one went through so many adventures and the second one got stolen, the new regulations stated that the original trophy remains with FIFA and the winners are rewarded with a gold-plated replica instead. Source: FIFA
  8. After Germany's triumphant run in 2014, FIFA World Cup is back to hand 32 participating nations a lucrative opportunity to etch their name in the history books and taste glory at the biggest stage this year. With four teams clubbed in each group, the tournament – slated to begin from 14th June – is expected to unfold old rivalries and intense battles as early as the group stage. Given the availability of various exciting talents on offer, the upcoming edition is likely to witness many old records fall in Russia. From Egypt's goalkeeper who will be playing at the age of 45 to Lionel Messi's charge to pip Diego Maradona who scored six goals as captain for Argentina, here's a look at five records that are likely to be broken in the World Cup: Oldest Player © AP The previous record for the oldest player belonged to Faryd Mondragon from Colombia. He appeared in the 2014 World Cup at the age of 43, playing in their 4-1 win over Japan in the group stages. The goalkeeper has made 51 appearances for the South American nation. Others in the bracket include Peter Shilton, Dino Zoff and Roger Milla. The current record for the oldest player at the 2018 World Cup belongs to Egypt's Essam El-Hadary, who will be 45 when he appears for the African nation. 'The High Dam', as he is known as, will be making his debut at a World Cup, beating the record for the oldest player to make his debut. The record previously belonged to David James, who was 39 when he appeared for England in 2010. Most Wins For A Coach © AP West Germany Helmut Schon holds the record for coaching the most matches (25) and winning the most matches (16). Under his leadership, Germany won Euro 1972 and the World Cup in 1974, famously beating Cryuff's Netherlands in the finals. He became one of the first recipients of the FIFA Order of Merit in 1984. This record might be broken by the present Germany coach- Joachim Low. Having won five from 2010, and 6 in 2014, Low needs to win all 7 games if Germany were to defend their title. Having won 107 of his 161 matches as coach, Low has a winning percentage of a staggering 68 percent, ahead of Jupp Derwall and Berti Vogts. Most Wins In Penalty Shootouts © AP Penalty shootouts are make or break, seen in Netherland's loss on penalties in the 2014 World Cup to Argentina. Ron Vlaar and Wesley Sneijder failed to convert their penalties, leading Argentina to their third World Cup final appearance, and first since 1990. England have lost the most, losing thrice (1990,1998 and 2006). Argentina have played and won the most penalty shootouts in World Cup history. Winning in 1990 twice, then against England in the quarterfinals in 1998 and the semifinal win over the Netherlands in 2014. Their only loss came against Germany in 2006, where Jens Lehmann was the hero for Die Mannschaft. Germany also holds the joint record for most won. They have won it in 1982, 1986, 1990 and 2006. M&Ms In The Hunt For Maradona © AP Teammates are Barcelona from 2004 to 2010, Mexico captain Rafael Marquez and Lionel Messi will both be chasing records held by Maradona at Russia 2014. At 39, Marquez or El Kaiser as he is famously known, became the first player to captain his national team in five consecutive editions of the FIFA World Cup (2002,2006,2010, 2014 and 2018). Messi, after a sublime 2017-18 season at Barcelona, will be looking to lead Argentina to the one trophy which has eluded him. Maradona has scored six goals as captain, while Messi scored four at Brazil 2014. He requires one to go joint second with Rummenigge and Matthaus and one to equal his compatriot. In a group containing Nigeria, Iceland and Croatia, the magician can conjure up a piece of magic anytime in what is dubbed the Group of Death. Maradona has also captained Argentina 16 times in World Cups, and Marquez will look to go past this record in the group stage. The Mexican currently has captained Argentina 14 times. Muller Is Klose To A Record © AP The Bayern Munich midfielder, who plays in the dangerous false nine position for Germany, won the Golden Boot in the 2010 World Cup, and came a close second to James Rodriguez in Brazil. Muller has scored a total of 10 goals, 5 each in the previous two World Cups. The record has eluded Ronaldo and Pele, and even Gerd Muller, fondly known as Der Bomber. Compatriot Klose netted five times each at Korea/Japan 2002 and Germany 2006, with a close four in 2010. Peru's Teofilo Cubillas did the same at Mexico (1970) and Argentina (1978). Muller will be smacking his lips in anticipation when Germany take on Mexico, Sweden and South Korea in Group F. He can become the first player to score more than four times in three World Cups.
  9. Mukesh Ambani needs no introduction. He's the richest man in India, one of the richest men in the world and the owner of Reliance Industries Ltd. But, does that mean he's not a humble man? Ambani's net worth stands at a whopping $40.1 billion as of last year and he was placed 19th among the world's billionaires. It's not a bad place to be, though. We'd gladly settle for any number on that list. © Reuters His current yearly salary stands at INR 15 crore. That includes INR 4.49 crore in salary, INR 27 lakh in perquisites, INR 71 lakh in retiral benefits and INR 9.53 crore in commissions. While most of us would gladly settle for even a fraction of that every month, Ambani clearly believes that this is where the “buck should stop.” He had capped his salary at INR 15 crore way back in 2009 and has not taken a single salary hike since (Not that he needs it). While, to simple people like us, this makes no sense since whether Ambani takes the money or it stays with Reliance it's still his, the fact is that Reliance Industries Limited is a publicly traded company with a responsibility to its investors before anyone else. © Reuters As Chairman of the company, he will be able to makes changes to the bylaws in order to get a hike but the fact that he doesn't is laudable. The only question we have though is, with a yearly salary that Is higher than what most of us will earn in our lives, does he really need a hike? The answer… It's not like Antilla takes care of itself.
  10. Virat Kohli will receive the prestigious Polly Umrigar award, and a $45,000 prize at a BCCI function in Bangalore on June 12. Photo: AFPNEW DELHI: Virat Kohli won India´s cricketer of the year award for the fourth time on Thursday for outstanding...
  11. US President Donald Trump. Photo: AFPUS President Donald Trump will host his first presidential dinner this week to celebrate the Muslim holy month of Ramazan.The Iftar is scheduled for Wednesday (June 6) at the White House, according to Politico,...
  12. Not every smartphone is perfect but some sure do come close. OnePlus has been releasing smartphones that primarily focus on performance and features that are generally offered in flagship devices. OnePlus manages to build a smartphone that has all the top components possible and sells it at a fraction of a premium smartphone's price. We've been using the smartphone for a while and we've noticed features we love and some things that need room for improvement. Here's our detailed review of the OnePlus 6: Design & Display OnePlus has revamped their latest offering radically, as the OP6 now has a 6.28-inch AMOLED display and even sports a notch that houses the front-facing camera. The display uses up most of the front real estate but the larger screen size doesn't take too much space in your pocket. The screen is bright, colourful and offers sharp content which cannot be found on other smartphones in the price range. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla While the OnePlus6's display is probably one of the best we've used in this price range, it fails to deliver the same pixel-packed resolution as the Galaxy S9. Having said that, it's still a pure delight to use the display on the OnePlus 6 especially since it doesn't cost as much as Samsung's flagship devices. The back of the smartphone is covered in Corning Gorilla Glass 5 which is far more durable than we expected it to be. We tested the smartphone's durability while performing some drop tests and it passed with flying colours. There's a frosted matte version also available to buy, however, we didn't get to spend time with that variant to discuss more about its design ethos. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The mirror black version of the OnePlus 6 is definitely a finger magnet, so if you're better off with the matte finish variant or covering the Midnight Black variant with a cover. You can notice in our pictures the noticeable smudges which is an obvious drawback of a glass back design. The overall look and feel of the OP6 is probably at par with other flagship devices and has all the buttons in the right place. Ergonomically, it is easier to reach the notification button now than ever before and we feel this is quite important, since the phone has grown in size from its predecessor. Other noticeable changes in the design include a vertically aligned dual-lens camera and a smaller, pill-shaped fingerprint sensor right below it. Performance © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The OnePlus 6 excels in this department and one can instantly notice the speed of the smartphone the moment you set it up. Before I started to test the phone, I loaded as many apps I could think of that would eat up the RAM on this smartphone. The OnePlus 6 has up to 8GB of RAM and is coupled with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 processor. There's also an Andreno 630 GPU that is essential for high fidelity gaming on smartphones. The components are complimented with OnePlus' Oxygen OS that is completely bloat-free and is probably the closest operating system to stock Android. It's by far our favourite ROM, other than stock Android, to use and it works in tandem with its processor without any glitches or issues. We ran a GeekBench 4 test on the OnePlus 6 and we were shocked to see how it outperformed every Android smartphone out there. The OnePlus 6 scored 2385 in the single-core test whereas it managed to score 9101 in the multi-core test. We are using the 8GB RAM variant which makes the device snappier, faster and crisper than ever before. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla It was also no coincidence that the OnePlus 6 performed like a beast when we played games on the smartphone. We played PUBG on the OnePlus 6 and other Android smartphones. The gaming mode combined with beastly performance, made us win every game on PUBG. We could not replicate the same performance on a different Android phone which is great for people who love to game on the go. Camera © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The new vertical camera setup on the OnePlus 6 has a configuration of a 16-megapixel camera and a secondary 20-megapixel lens that is used to take portrait images and slow videos. The bokeh mode on the OnePlus 6 was not up to our expectations, as one could easily see noticeable blurs on the outline of the subject. The OnePlus 6 offers 2x optical zoom, improved pictures in low light and it can now record slow-motion footage in 1080p at 420 frames per second. The slow-motion footage captured by the OnePlus 6 is captured at 420 frames per second and even though it isn't as good as 960 fps on the Galaxy S9, it's still the only smartphone to be able to achieve that in its price bracket. Overall, we weren't too impressed with the camera on the OnePlus 6 as it could not perform well in low-lit environments and is also unable to take decent portrait images. If you are looking for the ultimate smartphone camera, the OnePlus 6 is not it. Battery Performance © Youtube_Dave Lee Our second favourite thing about the OnePlus 6 is the battery performance of the smartphone. Like previous devices, the OnePlus 6 has dash charging which takes only 30 minutes to charge the smartphone for a full day of use. In fact, we used the OnePlus' car charger as well and it managed to charge the smartphone from 30 percent to 92 percent in a thirty-minute car ride. OnePlus has marvelled the quick charging technology and we feel it is probably one of the most important features of this device. Taking performance into consideration, the OnePlus 6 outperformed every other Android smartphone we've used to date. We used the OnePlus 6 for navigation, heavy gaming, Netflix and browsing the web and still managed to have 25% towards the end of our day. What's great is that you can always fully charge the smartphone in 45 minutes and can go about your day again. The Final Say: © OnePlus The OnePlus 6's price start at Rs 34,999 and for that price, there's no other smartphone that can perform as well as this beast. It has a crisp display that offers vivid colours and gives great battery performance. Having said that, if you love to take pictures, we would recommend the Honor 10 over the OnePlus 6 as we were not too impressed by the camera performance. Having said everything, the OnePlus 6 is still the only Android smartphone every one needs to beat this year.
  13. waqas dar

    poetry New Year Poetry

    خواب میں منظر رہ جاتا ہے تکیے پر سر رہ جاتا ہے آ پڑتی ہے جھیل آنکھوں میں ہاتھ میں پتھر رہ جاتا ہے روز کسی حیرت کا دھبہ آئینے پر رہ جاتا ہے دل میں بسنے والا اک دن جیب کے اندر رہ جاتا ہے ندیا پر ملنے کا وعدہ میز کے اوپر رہ جاتا ہے سال گزر جاتا ہے سارا اور کلینڈر رہ جاتا ہے آنگن کی خواہش میں کوئی بام کے اوپر رہ جاتا ہے لگ جاتی ہے ناؤ اس پار اور سمندر رہ جاتا ہے رخصت ہوتے ہوتے کوئی دروازے پر رہ جاتا ہے
  14. Jannat malik

    Happy New Year 2017

    Happy New Year 2017 Years come and go, but this year I particularly wish you double the dose of health and happiness topped with a whole lot of love. Happy New Year! No one knows the future, yet we can’t stop guessing while expecting of only the good, and not the bad or even both. Waste no tears over the grieves of yesterday. Maybe this New Year is going to be the one that fulfills all your dreams and so start it with a joyful and a vibrant soul! Here’s wishing you a prosperous New Year! May the New Year bring you courage to break your resolutions early. As the old year retires and a new one is born, we commit into the hands of our Creator the happenings of the past year and ask for direction and guidance in the new one. May He grant us His grace, His tranquility and His wisdom!” Ameeen.... Happy New Year 2017... to all... @waqas dar@Anabiya Haseeb@Uzee Khan @Hareem Naz @Zarnish Ali @Udass Panchi @Bint e Hawwa @Mehak Amin @Aks e Khushbu