Dear friends today we are going dedicate this post to “Mukhtar Mai” a pakistani gang rape victim women. Mukhtar Mai was raped allegedly ordered by a village council as a punishment for a misdemeanour blamed on her brother. She got married with a policeman Nasir Abbas Gabol belong to Muzaffargarh. Some people say that Ms Mai said that she would not marry, but she tells I said only that relationships are in the hands of Allah and if I got a good man I will absolutely get marry. Mukhtar Mai is one of two wives of constable Nasir Abbas. The marriage was solemnised at a simple ceremony in her village, Mirwala. She first met Nasir Abbas when he was posted at the police station in the village after her gang rape in 2002. About two years ago cnstable Nasir Abbas proposed Ms Mai but declined as she knew that he is already married and she did not want to ruin his first wife’s life.
But after Mukhtar Mai rejection Naisr Abbas told her that if she will not marry with him, he will threatened to divorce his first wife. He also tried to commit suicide. His sisters are married into his first wife’s family – and in a tit-for-tat move they were threatened with divorce too if Nasir Abbas divorced his first wife. Nasir Abbas’s first wife and his two sisters approached Mukhtar Mai and pleaded with her to marry Nasir Abbas. So she got married because she did not want to break up three families. Mukhtar Mai was honoured as Woman of the Year by Glamour magazine in a ceremony in Washington in 2005.T he award praised Ms Mai for “her incredible courage and optimism in the face of terrible violence”.
Sawat is one of beautiful places in Pakistan. The lush-green valley of Swat, with its rushing torrents, icy-cold lakes, fruit-laden orchards and flower-decked slopes is an ideal place for holiday-makers who intent to relax and enjoy the fruits of nature.
But now what’s going on in Sawat Valley and who will stop this all? Despite the curfew every day we hear that one or more school been destroyed in Sawat area. And girls are especially told not to go to school or they can lose their lives. Teachers are scared to teach. And security men are threatened and lose their lives. Then question comes to mind, who will protect their right to get educated? And open up their minds so they will raise people who will not be easy prey to extremist and violent groups. We all know that how vital it is to educate women for development process. Things gradually changed regarding women education and rights in rest of the Pakistan, but this reverse trend in Sawat is a drastic down fall. Well Naima thank you very much for sending photo and sharing your beautiful thoughts, we want to say just one thing to you that whole Nation feels for people of Sawat and hate to see heavenly beauty brutally destroyed.
This article sent by Naima Naeem. She is a student of 3rd year from Rawalpindi Paksitan.
Modeling is one of the most challenging careers for people. It will require one to be perfect at all times, and there can be a lot of rejection before finally having that dream career. It can be a very promising job, but also has its own sets of difficulties. Considering the entire disappointments one can have to themselves. Yes, it can give one lots of money because it is one of the most highly-paid jobs existing today, but there is always a price to pay. Consider these modeling career facts:
Manifestation and Appearance
Models are always required to be thin and tall. If one doesn’t have those qualities, it will be impossible to even dream of modeling. Moreover, being tall and thin is not all there is. One is required to present their selves in public. Not all models are just tall and thin. There might be also available jobs for people of different sizes. The problem about models is that they try to be perfect at times, and as we all know, perfection is a very complicated thing. Models hear a lot of disappointments all the time if they are being commented with their weight, their height, and way of projecting themselves and so on.
Diet and health
Models must always maintain their thin figure. They need to be thin, but healthy at the same time. People say that models barely eat. Well, they do eat. But they take proper care of their bodies and try to control gaining weight. That is why most models try to go through extreme dieting in order to have that perfect figure.
The very reason most people wants to be models is because of the high pay. We can see top models being rich and famous. But if we take a closer look, we might even reconsider it. Supermodels are the richest ones in the modeling world. And another thing is, they are not sure to have daily work. only when a company is interested to hire them, then they will get a call. It is really a pretty difficult career if you are not yet that famous.
People always say that models get to have free clothes from designers. We see them at parties wearing designer clothes and expensive jewelries. What we don’t know is that what they wear is not really theirs. They are just borrowed clothes from the designer who is endorsing his designs. They will all be returned after, including the dress, shoes, and accessories.
If one wants to go for modeling, you should move to such location where you can found batter opportunities of modeling.
This article is written and sent by Radhika Verma. She lives in Bangalore. She has recently completed her studies, now she entered in the field of modeling. She gain lot of experience in field of modeling.
Little is known of the early history of Chitral and rock inscriptions and early traditions give little evidence on this subject. This mountainous country which was first referred to as Kohistan or land of the mountains was said to be inhabited by a race called “Khows” speaking a separate language Khowar, or language of the Khows. Some people say that it was Khowistan – the abode of the Khows. Separate parts of the country came to be called Torkhow – Upper Khow, Mulkhow – Lower Khow, names which persist to the present day. An early Sanskrit inscription at a village called Barenis (27 miles away from Chitral) of about AD 900 records that the country was Buddhist, under King Jaipal of Kabul. It is believed that Upper Chitral was under Buddhist influence in the past and even today there are a few rocks in Torkhow area known as “Kalandar-i-Bohtni” (Mendicant of Stone). It is a figure of a stupa; the upper part of which has been cut into the figure of Buddha and may be of Chinese origin. No records of this period exist.
Marco Polo, who passed through the Pamirs, referred to the country as Bolor. History relates that first a Chinese army and then an Arab (Mongols?) army invaded Chitral from the north by the Broghal pass when the upper part of the country is said to have been converted to Islam. The southern district remained non-Muslim till very late and were then converted to Islam. A Mongol tribe called Yarkhuns invaded Chitral via the Broghal pass and may have given their name to the Yarkun valley. They were opposed by Somalek, leader of the Khows. Another incursion is attributed to Changez Khan and his Tartars.
In the 16th century, the Shah Rais dynasty ruled Chitral. Shah Rais had an adviser by name of Sangin Ali, who apparently came from Khorasan. On the death of Sangin Ali in 1570, his sons ousted Shah Rais and gained control of the country. It is from the second of these sons that the present royal family of Chitral is descended. The highest class, Adamzadas (Katoras), take their names from Sangin Ali’s grandsons. The Katoras are believed to have been descended from Moguls. Headed by Baba Ayub in the middle of the 16th century, they have been ruling the country with varying fortunes for the last 350 years, 350 years of war with the nearby states of Gilgit, Chilas and the Pathans.
This article is sent by Nimra Khan. Nimra Khan is currently living in Chitral. She is studying in 2nd year in Chitral City Girls College. Nimra’s father is doctor and she also wants to follow her father profession.
1. Keep your arms slightly away from your body. Clasp your hands out in front of you or bring your arms to your sides and a bit forward, raising them about 6 inches in a flexible, relaxed fashion. This will allow your ribcage to fully expand and your lungs to fill to capacity. More air allows you to project your voice more strongly and clearly.
2. Keep your feet about shoulders’ width apart. If you like, one foot can be further forward than the other. Make sure you’re solidly balanced, but still flexible. Slightly bend your knees. If you must sing while sitting, make sure both feet are flat on the floor, with 12 inches or so between them, and that you’re sitting up straight, but not stiffly.
3. Relax! Tension destroys vocal tone. Try not to let your shoulders hunch up and keep your neck from tensing. Don’t force your chest up and out when you breath in. This will actually constrict your air flow. Stay in motion, however slightly. This will relax your body and your tone will sound more natural. Try gently swaying from side to side with the rhythm. You’ll look better, too!
4. When you inhale, push your stomach out. This will allow you to more completely fill your lungs. As you exhale, bring your stomach slowly in, using the muscles of your diaphram (which is just under your ribcage) to control your tone.
5. If you have to hit a high note or you hear yourself singing flat (that is, if your notes are a tiny bit too low), raise your arms a little higher and smile slightly. For very high notes, try closing your eyes and turning your face up slightly.
This article sent by Aksa Nasir. She belong to Islamabad Pakistan. Aksa Nasir is a student of first year in FG College Islamabad. Aksa is also a good singer. She always likes to sing songs in school, college and marriage parties. Her voice is as brilliant as her personality.