Monday, 29 July 2013

Re: [PF:172380] :: Need Tutorial

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On Tue, Jul 30, 2013 at 3:06 AM, Asad Shaheen Akram <ch.asadarain@gmail.com> wrote:
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I need MS Access 2010 Tutorial & Advance Excel Tutorial (PDF).


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[PF:172379] :: Need Tutorial

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I need MS Access 2010 Tutorial & Advance Excel Tutorial (PDF).


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{Islamic Mailing Group} Preparing for Lailatul Qadr (Night of Power)

Preparing for Lailatul Qadr (Night of Power)
                   
WE ARE about to enter the last 10 days of the holy month. Devout Muslims worldwide are prepared to embark on vigorous prayers and worship in all the remaining 10 days, beginning July 29, one of which is the Lailatul Qadr, or the #NightofDecree or the Power Night.

#Allah the Almighty says: "Verily, We have sent it (Qur'an) down in the night of Al-Qadr (Decree). And what will make you know what the night of Al-Qadr is? The night of Al-Qadr is better than a thousand months (i.e. #worshipping Allah in that night is better than worshipping Him a thousand months, i.e. 83 years and 4 months). Therein descend the angels including Angel Gabriel by Allah's permission with all Decrees. (All that night), there is peace (and Goodness from Allah to His believing slaves) until the appearance of dawn." (#Quran, 97)

The Qur'anic citation above clearly informs us of the importance of worshipping Allah on the night of Qadr. It is a night that every living Muslim wishes to stand before his Creator, supplicates Him, and seeks for better days ahead. Since Allah decrees whatever is ahead of his servants on that night, it is therefore apparent that whoever is fortunate to be alive on that night and be in prayers crying to Allah in submissiveness with sincere heart, and being repentant as well as remorseful of his sins, Allah would surely listen to him and decrees better life for him.

Because of the special nature and importance of this night, Allah has intentionally concealed the exact day from Muslims. This is because Allah in His inestimable wisdom wants people to strive in achieving something better in life. He has concealed the exact day of the Qadr night so that we may double our efforts in the whole month of Ramadan or at least in the last 10 days. The true believer will search for the night of Qadr at late night and in the early hours until he or she attains it, regardless of the hardship.

This "concealing methodology" adopted by Allah the Almighty in awarding the deserving Muslims on the Qadr night is indeed the best way of giving something worthwhile to the deserving person and denying the hypocritical and lackadaisical ones.

In an effort to know the exact day of the Qadr night, which Allah in His immeasurable wisdom has concealed, some scholars have conjectured the day. While some scholars say the Qadr night falls on the first day of Ramadan, others say it is on the seventh day, and some postulate that it falls on the 19th day. All these opinions are not based on any sound proof. The most popular consensus among scholars who support their claims with sound Hadiths i.e. sayings of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) argue that the Qadr night falls on the last 10 days of Ramadan, specifically on the odd-numbered nights.

In a report by #AlBukhari, the Messenger of Allah, #ProphetMuhammad (peace be upon him) said; "Seek it (the Qadr Night) on the odd nights of the last 10 days of Ramadan." In another Hadith, the Prophet (peace be upon him) said, "Seek the night in the last 10 days, and if any of you is weak, or cannot observe it, he should not miss the remaining seven days. (Muslim) In fact, there are other authentic Hadiths on the Qadr night, and one basic point in all of them is that the 'night' is found in the last 10 days of Ramadan. Though many Muslims have strong feeling that the night falls on the 27th day but since that is not for sure, Muslims should just have to attach extra attention to all the last 10 days without being selective so that they would be very convinced that the day is not missed out. It is recommended to seek the night and spend it diligently in devotion including night Sunnah prayers (Tahajjud), recitation of the Holy Qur'an and supplication. In a Hadith narrated by Abu Huraira, Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: "He who spends the night praying on the Qadr night as a sign of faith in Allah and seeking rewards from Allah, all his previous sins will be forgiven." (#AlBukhari, #Muslim)

Having known all the above bounties regarding the Qadr night, the question is "how prepared are we as Muslims in striving to find this night?"

Unfortunately, some Muslims do not live up to expectation during the last 10 days of Ramadan. They consider them as just ordinary nights without making any efforts to maximize their acts of worship during this divine period. Some Muslims are found during the last ashra spending time in unproductive activities and excessive socialization.

Some of the womenfolk are made to spend too much of their precious time in the kitchen cooking varieties of food instead of making them reserve energy and fully participate in prayer and worship. Also because Eid Al-Fitr (i.e. the festival to mark the end of fasting) is near, some Muslims engage in shopping while Muslim businessmen and traders and women like tailors, seamstresses, hairdressers, to mention a few, spend nights working to earn extra money and consider such times as their 'bumper business season.'

Just like how businessmen, students and other professionals maximize their preparation and become more focused, vigilant and committed before and during their seasons, Muslims are expected to endeavor and put in more effort in the act of worship and prayer in all the days of the Ramadan month and more particularly in the last 10 days during which the Qadr night falls.

If we put in much efforts and pay serious attention on worldly achievements and pursuits which we may not live long to enjoy them, is it not more mandatory and befitting on ourselves as mortals who can leave this world anytime soon or later to focus on deeds that Allah has commanded us to do and which will be of everlasting benefit and pleasure for us in the next world where we would die no more?

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[PF:172377] PAKISTAN - OLD PICTURES











OLD PICTURES- Nostalgia
 
Rana Liaquat, wife of Pakistan's first Prime Minister, Liaquat Ali Khan, with famous American animator, film-maker 
and entrepreneur, Walt Disney, in 1951. 


Broadcaster, Mustafa Ali, announcing the creation of Pakistan on the radio at 12 am, August 14, 1947. 



Fatima Jinnah, sister of the founder of Pakistan, Muhamad Ali Jinnah, playing with her dog at
 her residence in Karachi in 1959. 


US Vice President, Richard Nixon, writing his comments on the visitors' book at Radio Pakistan's Karachi station in 
the 1950s. With him is famous Pakistani radio personality, Z A. Bokhari. 


A hotel and pub in Karachi's Malir area. 


A traffic constable directing traffic near the famous Metropole Hotel in Karachi in 1960. Today the hotel serves as 
a wedding hall and parking lot. 


A 1962 tourism poster for Karachi. 


Pilots and cabin crew of a PIA flight meet Chinese revolutionary leader and Premier, Zhou Enla (early 1960s). 


A 1963 ad for the Tudor cigarette brand. Tudor was launched by the Pakistan Tobacco Company specifically to target 
the market of women smokers in Pakistan. 


European tourists take a walk at Lahore's Shalimar Gardens, 1966.

Current Pakistani Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, poses with his car as a young man in late 1960s. 


Pakistanis and tourists wine and dine at Karachi's Beach Luxury Hotel in 1969. 


Chairman PIA, Nur Khan, hosts a party of the airline's staff in late 1960s. Under Khan, PIA rose to become one 
of the top 10 airlines in the world.


A 1969 press ad of Pakistan's Murree Beer. 


A bar, restaurant and ballroom in Swat, 1970. 


Former Pakistan military dictator, General Yayah Khan having dinner with famous Pakistani singer, Noor Jehan in 1969. 
Yayah was having an affair with the popular vocalist and former actress. 


The cover of a 1967 issue of the National Geographic. It had a special photo feature on Pakistan's tourist resorts, 
wildlife and politics. The cover shows two Pakistani women on a swing. One's from a village in the Punjab (part of West Pakistan)
 and the other from a village in the Bengali-dominated East Pakistan. 


A winning candidate of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) during the 1970 General Election. The PPP swept the election in the 
Punjab and Sindh provinces of West Pakistan. 


Nadeem sharafi,s Jeep Infront of The famous Taj Mahel Cinema in Karachi, 1970. It was torn down and turned into 
an apartment block in the 1980s. 


One of the first Pakistani pop stars, Alamgir, in Karachi (1973). 


A tourist tries to navigate a treacherous road in Dir, 1972, in the former NWFP (now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa). 


A cinema house in Peshawar, 1972. 


Natives of a Sindhi village drench a European tourist with cold water from a well to beat the summer heat (1973). 


Young American and European tourists with locals at a restaurant in Ziarat, Balochistan, in 1973. 


Students outside the Arts Lobby at the Karachi University in 1974. 


Famous Pakistani painter, Jamil Naqsh, with a model in Karachi in 1974. 


Pakistani Christians pose outside a church in Lahore in 1975. 


An all-girl Iranian pop band that toured Pakistan, with famous Iranian singer Madam Gagosh in 1974. 


 Western tourists wait at a bus stand in Sibi, Balochistan (1975).
 
 
A 1975 press ad for one of Pakistan's largest selling cigarette brand, Red & White. 


Western tourists enjoying a few rounds at a restaurant Karachi's Tariq Road, 1975. 


Tourism peaked in Pakistan in 1974-75. Over a million tourists passed through or landed in Pakistan between these two years.
 The government declared tourism to be an industry. To mark the occasion, the Ministry of Tourism issued a special 
stamp to celebrate Pakistan becoming a popular tourist spot in the South Asian region. 


A PTV host interviewing world wrestling champion, Anokhi (from Japan) who arrived in Karachi in the late 1970s to 
compete with Pakistan's famous wrestlers, the Bholu Brothers. 


Begum Nusrat Bhutto kissing her daughter, Benazir Bhutto, in Karachi's Mid East Hospital, 1978. Benazir was arrested by 
the Zia regime after he toppled her father, Z A. Bhutto's government in July 1977. She developed a serious ear infection in jail 
and was finally shifted to the hospital for an operation. She was shifted back to jail after the operation. 


Famous progressive Urdu poet, Faiz Ahmed Faiz, with legendary Indian actor, Dilip Kumar, 1979. 


LP cover of Nazia and Zoheb Hassan's first album, 'Disco Dewane' (1980). 


One of the first batches of the 'Afghan Mujahideen' arrives in the tribal areas of Pakistan, 1980. 


Front page of the (now defunct) Pakistani English daily, The Muslim. It has a photo and story on the Pope's first ever visit of Pakistan
 in 1981. The 
  Pope held a rally at Karachi's National Stadium. 


Future US President, Barak Obama with a Pakistani friend in 1982
 
Mr. Obama US President with his friend Mr. Nadeem Sharafi and Ms Jane Shakaowksi, US Senator in Chicago - 2005


Western tourists near the Attock Bridge in Punjab in 1982. 


Famous American film actor and star, Robert Di Nero (left) during a pleasure trip in Chitral, north Pakistan. 


Popular revolutionary poet, Habib Jalib, being manhandled by the police during an anti-Zia rally in Lahore in 1981. 


The premier of 'Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom' at Karachi's Nishat Cinema, 1984. In 2012, the cinema was burned down 
by religious fanatics. 


Passengers at the Karachi Airport are shifted to another plane after a Pan Am flight they were on was hijacked by Arab terrorists and 
forced to land in 
  Karachi in 1986. Pakistani commandos stormed the plane and shot dead the hijackers.
 Some of the passengers were also killed in the crossfire.
 
    
The Pakistan Cricket team celebrate the winning of its first major trophy, Sharjah, 1986. (from Left): Abdul Qadir, Mohsin Kamal,
 Javed Miandad, Mansoor Ilahi, Imran Khan, Wasim Akram and Mansoor Akhtar. 


Future Pakistani Test captain, Misbah-ul-Haq with trophy at school, 1987. 


Benazir Bhutto waves to the crowd at her wedding reception in Lyari, Karachi in 1986. 


Hosts joke during PTV's marathon transmission of the 1988 General Eelection. Benazir Bhutto won the election. 


Legendary boxer, Muhammad Ali, arrives at a college in Lahore during his 1988 visit to Pakistan. 


A 1989 magazine centrefold of Pakistan's deadly pace attack of the late 1980s: Wasim Akram, Imran Khan, 
Waqar Younis and 
  Aqib Javed. 


Pakistani pop band, The Strings in 1989. They were part of the first wave of new Pakistani pop bands that dominated 
the charts in the 1990s. 


Pioneers of the new wave of Pakistani pop music, the Vital Signs in 1989. 


MQM Chief, Altaf Hussain, at MQM member, Farooq Sattar's wedding in Karachi.

 
 





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