August 27, 2011

Atal Hai, Taqdeer Atal...(By Haroon ur Rasheed)

اٹل ہے، تقدیر اٹل

ایک ملک شیطان نے بنایا تھا اسرائیل اور دوسرا رحمٰن نے پاکستان. دونوں کو ایک روز مقابل ہونا ہے. یہ تقدیر کا فیصلہ ہے اور تقدیر اٹل

Excellent Article by Haroon ur Rasheed Sahib  - 27 August 2011 - Jang Newspaper


  1. English Translation of this

  2. Name: Zulfiqar Ali Mirza
    Place of Birth: Hyderabad

    Naimat-ullah Shah Wali R.A. Prediction!

    Is he the awaited leader?????????????????????

  3. lmfao! those who say Zardari is their elder can't be true leaders of Pakistan

  4. i dont like Z.A. Mirza as he is still supporting Zardari.. But hey! Zulfiqar Ali. The sword of Ali, as far as i remember, it is the closest name which was alluded by Naimat-ullah Shah Wali R.A.. Please correct me.

  5. In 1942, Dina Thanthi (Daily Telegraph) was started in Madurai with simultaneous editions in Madras, Salem and Tiruchirappalli. It was founded by S.P. Adithanar, a lawyer trained in Britain. He modeled Thanthi on the style of an English tabloid- The Daily Mirror. He aimed to bring out a newspaper that ordinary people would read, and which would encourage a reading habit even among the newly literate. In the past, the daily newspaper which was printed in Madras reached the southern Tamil region after at least one day. Thanthi used the public bus system to distribute the paper throughout the south Tamil region and capitalized on the hunger for war news that arose after Singapore fell to the Japanese. Due to financial constraints, its Salem and Tiruchirappalli editions had to be closed down for a while. Thanthi emphasized local news, especially crime and the courts. It used photographs extensively and brought banner headlines to Tamil journalism. It could fit one story on an entire broadsheet page, mainly filled with large easy-to-read headlines. One of its biggest scoops was the murder of the editor of a scandalous film magazine by two actors. Thanthi covered the trial in Madras in detail, and its reporters phoned the daily account to the printing centre in Madurai. Thanthi was the first Tamil paper to understand the people’s fascination with crime and film stars. The paper was popular and it was said that Tamils learned to read in order to read the newspaper.
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