Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Monitoring electicity on mobile phone

ماشاالله
پاکستانی طلبہ کی اک اور کامیابی

بذریعا موبائل فون بجلی کی مانیٹرنگ کا سافٹ ویئر تیار!!
ڈیوائس کے ذریعے سافٹ ویئر کو میٹر سے منسلک کیا جائیگا، بجلی کی پیمائش ایس ایم ایس کے ذریعے صارف کو بجھوادی جائے گی  فی منٹ سے فی گھنٹے تک کے حساب سے پیمائش ممکن ہوگی

 Monitoring electicity on mobile phone
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Thursday, February 9, 2012

Pakistani Cricket Team Beats English Team by 3-0

 Proud to be  a Pakistani | Pakistani Cricket Team

DUBAI — Pakistan's cricket team have put their numerous problems behind them through consistent performances as they beat the world's best team England 3-0 with captain Misbah-ul Haq aiming to move on to further heights.

Pakistan cricket captain Misbah ul-Haq after defeating England in the second Test in Abu Dhabi

''mind you........ we were not playing in our country
mind you ... we have not played a single international game in our country since 2008
mind you.. you are the number 1 team in the world
mind you..... u made our lives a living hell in 2010
mind you .... we are nation with tons of talent
mind you english team, mind you english media, mind you international cricket council...... we are pakistan...... and this is what we call revenge
a 3-0 test victory over england........ at a neutral venue
im a proud person today from a very proud nation
we call it PAKISTAN with the blessings of Allah,
mind you......''

13-year-old prodigy becomes lecturer at SSUET, FAST, MAJU


13-year-old prodigy becomes lecturer at SSUET, FAST, MAJU

Proud To Be A Pakistani | Pakistani Students |  Mauhib Iqbal, after taking few short computer courses at the Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) as a student, impressed his peers to the extent that the university has hired him as a faculty member.
Only 13 years old, Iqbal now teaches students older than himself. He has also started giving lectures to stud...ents of FAST University and Mohammad Ali Jinnah University (MAJU) and to those living in far flung areas of Interior Sindh via Skype.
The young IT genius has excelled in different programming languages including Microsoft.NET framework and C Sharp.
After scoring 84.4% in web application, Mauhib mastered different technologies including database web application, security software and motion capture.
“I don’t limit myself when I think about doing something, I believe in going an extra mile,” Iqbal said.
Iqbal wants to study in a foreign university and to use his skills for the betterment of the country.
“Mauhib is Pakistan’s asset and he can make the nation proud just like Arfa Karim,” said one of his teachers.


Mauhid Iqbal 13 | Pakistani Student | MCTS

Mauhid Iqbal | Pakistani Student | MCTS

Mauhib Iqbal, 13, Youngest Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS)

Mauhib Iqbal of Pakistan is a 13-year-old child, an O-Level Student at Beacon House School at Karachi, has achieved MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist) from Microsoft in .Net Framework 4.0 (computer programming) with 98.4%. He is also awarded with the title of “Charter Member” by Microsoft Corporation.


Mauhib is the youngest child achieving this certificate and award from Microsoft on .Net 4 technology. He is currently teaching at Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology on week-ends for the students of programing. He has been awarded with a gold medal for this achievement by his school. He also attended Open Door Event of Microsoft and Visual Studio Loadfest event at Microsoft Innovation Center. He is expert in designing websites and web applications, and also expert in developing Windows Form Applications.
Friday, February 3, 2012

Umema Adil, Another Youngest MCP from Pakistan

                      Proud to be a Pakistani | Pakistani Students | MCP's in Pakistan

Umema Adil, Another Youngest MCP from Pakistan
 Another feather in the cap – Umema Adil a 13 year old girl from Pakistan has been titled as world’s youngest Microsoft Certified Professional in ASP.NET.
Pakistan already grasps two Microsoft Certified Professionals with ‘world’s youngest’ titles.
Arfa Karim at the age of 9 became World’s Youngest MCP and then Babar Iqbal – a 12 year old student got four world records as Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) at the age 9 years, Youngest Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) at the age 9 years and Youngest Certified Web Professional Associate (CIWA) at age 10 years.
Umema Adil from Karachi has been certified as world’s youngest MCP at the age of 13 and she is certified in ASP.NET – programming language used to develop web-based applications.
This young talented student is now giving lectures on entrepreneurship and blogging and is determined to build a career of her own.
Apart from the field, she has been actively participating in extracurricular activities as well. She is excellent in naat recitation and has won a total of 60 certificates and shields till now, including four times the City District’s All Karachi Naat Competition; twice the All Sindh Naat Competition, All Pakistan Naat Competition and recently, Sindh Hamd-o-naat Award.
Monday, January 23, 2012

Aruba Rao

Another Young  MCP from PAKISTAN.
Aruba Rao, Pakistan’s Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional
Aruba Rao from Sargodha Punjab, is another young Pakistani student and computer prodigy who at the age of eleven years became Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP).
Pakistan’s youngest Microsoft Certified Professional Aruba Rao is also learning web designing and has developed the web site www.newstimepakistan.com.
Aruba Rao | young MCP in pakistan | Pakistani students
Aruba Rao | young MCP in pakistan | Pakistani students
Aruba Rao
Her own webpage is www.arubarao.com
She hails from a highly educated family of Sargodha, Punjab.

Her father Ahmed Faraz Rao (www.farazrao.com) is Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and serving in Sindh Police.
Aruba Rao is the niece of Rao Nafasat Jamil, Editor Daily Jang Lahore, Miss Ghazala Rao, Professor Air Base Inter College Sargodha and Miss Uzma Rao, Professor Army Public School & College Sargodha Cantt.
Her elder brother Shahnawaz Rao and sister Sara Rao are also Microsoft Certified.
Her grandfather Rao Jameel-ur-Rehman (of Phularwan, District Sargodha) served as gazetted officer in various Departments under Provincial Government

Sunday, January 22, 2012

The Himalaya Range or Himalaya Mountains

Proud to be a Pakistani | The Himalaya Range or Himalaya Mountains ( literally "abode of snow"), usually called the Himalayas or Himalaya for short, is a mountain range immediately at the north of the Indian subcontinent. By extension, it is also the name of a massive mountain system that includes the Karakoram, the Hindu Kush, and other, lesser, ranges that extend out from the Pamir Knot.
Together, the Himalayan mountain system is the world's highest, and home to the world's highest peaks, the Eight-thousanders, which include Mount Everest and K2. To comprehend the enormous scale of this mountain range, consider that Aconcagua, in the Andes, at 6,962 metres (22,841 ft) is the highest peak outside Asia, whereas the Himalayan system includes over 100 mountains exceeding 7,200 m (23,600 ft). However the Alleghenian mountains, formed during the formation of Pangaea, likely rivalled or exceeded the Himalayas in height.
The Himalaya Range or Himalaya Mountains

The Himalaya Range or Himalaya Mountains



The main Himalayan range runs west to east, from the Indus river valley to the Brahmaputra river valley, forming an arc 2,400 km (1,500 mi) long, which varies in width from 400 km (250 mi) in the western Kashmir-Xinjiang region to 150 km (93 mi) in the eastern Tibet-Arunachal Pradesh region. The range consists of three coextensive sub-ranges, with the northernmost, and highest, known as the Great or Inner Himalayas.
The Himalaya Range or Himalaya Mountains
Some of the world's major river systems arise in the Himalayas, and their combined drainage basin is home to some 3 billion people (almost half of Earth's population) in 18 countries. The Himalayas have profoundly shaped the cultures of South Asia; many Himalayan peaks are sacred in Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism.
The Himalaya Range or Himalaya Mountains
Geologically, the origin of the Himalayas is the impact of the Indian tectonic plate traveling northward at 15 cm per year to impact the Eurasian continent, about 40-50 million years ago. The formation of the Himalayan arc resulted since the lighter rock of the seabeds of that time were easily uplifted into mountains. An often-cited fact used to illustrate this process is that the summit of Mount Everest is made of marine limestone

Minar-e-Pakistan

Proud to be a Pakistani | Minar-e-Pakistan is a tall monumental minaret in Iqbal Park Lahore, built in commemoration of the Lahore Resolution. The minaret reflects a blend of Mughal and modern architecture, and is constructed on the site where on March 23, 1940, seven years before the formation of Pakistan, the Muslim League passed the Pakistan Resolution (Qarardad-e-Pakistan), demanding the creation of Pakistan. This was the first official declaration to establish a separate homeland for the Muslims living in the Indian Subcontinent. Interestingly, the site is also where Nehru and the Indian National Congress declared Indian independence from Britain in 1929.
Minar-e-Pakistan


The monument attracts visitors from all over Pakistan, as well as the inhabitants of the Walled City of Lahore. The large public space around the monument is commonly used for political and public meetings, whereas Iqbal Park area is popular among kite-flyers.

With the growth of the city and location of the monument at busy intersection of Circular Road and Multan Road, air pollution from traffic-congestion is continuously damaging the marble structure which is now in need of refurbishment.
The Minar-e-Pakistan is located in the provincial capital of Punjab, Lahore
The top of the Minar-e-Pakistan has been closed to the public to deter suicides by people jumping from the top. As of 2005, at least 26 people had committed suicide by jumping from the minaret. The artificial lake around the monument is also reported to be a suicide spot.

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