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  • ~ POSITIVE PAKISTANIS and HEROs ~

    There is so much negativity around us, every day we hear about these depressing news coming out of Pakistan, which makes everyone think is there something good happening in Pakistan, is Pakistan really all about bombs and political instability? well, certainly NO! Pakistan is not all about this and there is more to Pakistan than just bombs and drone attacks. There is no shortage of talent and resiliance in Pakistan, there is so much good stuff happening, be it on individual basis or on larger scale and unfortunetly, many are not aware if it, thats because mainstream media is not interested in reporting these positive news about Pakistan, hence, we dont really get to hear about these inspiring stories. When I thought of starting this thread and I started to look for postive articles about Pakistan, I came across such inspirational and motivational stories, It was so nice to see how people havent lost hope and they are striving to make a difference in the society for a brighter, prosperous Pakistan!

    This thread is a small effort to show the real Pakistan. So let's all counter negative propaganda and show the brighter side of Pakistan which the world rarely gets to see.

    feel free to share any blogs/articles/videos which shows the positive side of Pakistan. However, I just have a humble request, since this thread is only dedicated to POSITIVE PAKISTANIS, please stick to the topic and kindly refrain from derailing this thread.



    Last edited by rangoli; Aug 26th, 2012, 04:31 PM.

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    MOST POWERFUL AND INFLUENTIAL YOUNG PEOPLE LIST INCLUDES ONE PAKISTANI AS WELL!

    Washington DC: 17-year-old Pakistani activist Ghalib Khalil has been named to the “YSA List: The Most Powerful and Influential Young People.” Sponsored by The Huffington Post and organised byYSA (Youth Service America).
    The YSA List recognises and rewards 25 teens and young adults who, through service to others, are creating large-scale, profound community change.
    Commenting on the honour, Khalil said, “I have been getting emails from different random people thanking me for whatever I am doing for the people of my country, majorly for the people of the world, I have been told at times that I have motivated them by my actions and that’s what makes me a leader. Looking back to what it was and what it is now I can see a major change in the area’s, community and the people with whom I worked.”

    YSA List: 25 Most Powerful and Influential Young People Includes one Pakistani | The News Tribe
    Last edited by rangoli; May 2nd, 2012, 06:38 PM.

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      -Reality of Pakistan is far better than its image: Joachim Holtz (German journalist)

      Karachi—German journalist Joachim Holtz has observed that more & more Europeans were reading ‘Made in Pakistan’ on textiles they bought back home: “Then you have excellent young managers, doctors (many of whom female); you have a new generation to change the country, to change the image or non-image! I tell you”. He was speaking about changed perception regarding Pakistan after his visit, here at Karachi Press Club.

      I remember the (Francis Gary Power’s) reconnaissance (U2) plane that was used to spy on Russia, at that time you were the closest ally of America; General Ayub Khan; what Zia-ul-Haq did; Bhutto; Benazir Bhutto…And yes, we know about your mangoes & passion for cricket. Actually Pakistan is mentioned in German media especially since Germany is involved in the NATO adventure in Afghanistan. Then it is well known that Pakistan is a nuclear (weapon) power while Germany is not”.

      He said that despite his two stints in Afghanistan during War with Russians, he never crossed Pakistan border but, “it was a strange experience as I was shot at from Pakistan side when I was in Khost close to the border I flattened to the ground”. He informed that when he told his friends that he wasplanning to go to Karachi, they exclaimed “are you crazy”! He said that now after visiting Pakistan he was “equipped to counter their fear & ignorance: Now I can explain what I have learned in Pakistan”.

      He said though his travel agency had made an elaborate itinerary, shortly after arrival the trip was cut short: “We could not go to Peshawar, Swat Valley…Gilgit & Hunza”.
      From Karachi Joachim Holtz & his wife went to Islamabad, Murree Hills, Lahore, Wagah, Multan, Sukkur, Hyderabad, Thatta & back to Karachi. “I never have imagined before that I could go to Karachi & move around. With Dr. Klinner & his wife we have been to so many places. (No, I have not been to Lyari of course. I better not!)”. He said that in a rented car without any escort they have visited Mazars… “I have been swimming in the sea, I have been to Empress Market & to nice restaurants… hardly I have seen any country where people were so open. I never met anybody here who was unfriendly, somebody with a RPG or a bomb! I never could have imagined this because my image before I came here was totally different”.

      I’ve read about nuclear proliferation by professor Khan; We have read about terrorist attacks in Mumbai in which Pakistani militants are suspected of being involved; Mr. Zardari being called Mr. 10%; notions like ‘elections will be bought & not fought’ etc. ; I’ve read about NATO aircraft having killed 24 Pakistani soldiers; I’ve read about drone killing Pakistani civilians; Osama Bin Laden; lawlessness in Karachi & now the plane crash. So first there is no image of Pakistan then this knowledge creates the negative image. You have an image there & you are unhappy with that, it means Germany should get more information”.

      Joachim Holtz further observed: “One thing is obvious, Pakistan is not a tourist destination though it has lots of attractions, culture & hospitable people … Even the poorest & the least educated goes out his way to feed & serve strangers, it is so touching”. He quoted an experience at Faisal Mosque where they were wished at Easter by a Christian family. This, he said, was a “counter attack against bombings killings & sectarianism”. Still stressing on the importance of opening up for ameliorating the image of Pakistan he observed that there were huge areas here that were out of limit for foreigners, “this has to change”. Further observing that in 2010-2011 highest number of journalists was murdered in this country, he lamented that foreign correspondents needed special visas, yet they were not free to move or interview people (of their choice) without supervision. “Tourism is crucial for learning about a country for simple people who don’t visit professionally. They talk about what they learn & thus people ask for more”.
      Provincial Information Minister Shazia Atta Mari speaking on the occasion said that Pakistan was moving towards institutionalizing various organizations & forums. Citing a number of Pakistani achievers in education, sports, etc she said that good news should be communicated to the world. Appreciating the efforts of Dr. Tilo Klinner she said that such attempts should multiply. Hoping that German journalist Joachim Holtz would act as an Ambassador of this country she said that Pakistan needed friends like him. Stating that good news should also go out with bad news, she observed that while stories of corruption here found space in foreign media, there was no mentioning of such practice in other countries”.
      Shazia Mari maintained that Pakistan was paying the heaviest price for peace while the results would be enjoyed by the people all over the world at large. “So yes, Pakistan is the state that has to be appreciated. Being the front line state against terrorism we have lost over 35000 precious lives. We have contributed a lot for the peace, though Pakistan was not the creator of this mess, this terrorism, this war. Pakistan is cleaning what others messed up with that compelled the people of this country to take bold decisions. The world needs to know that we are Muslims & thus enlightened. Islam does not teach to kill people or torture women. It is just a mindset that had sadly spread this negative propaganda about Pakistan & the religion. We keep on fighting this mindset on day to day basis because we want to ensure that this mindset is not only eliminated in Pakistan but the wrong perception that has been created, is eliminated. Children of today’s Pakistan are genius, excelling in computers, maths… They know that Pakistan is going to shine because of their efforts. Today, people are well aware of the potential of Pakistan, a friendly country where people are loving, welcoming & hospitable”.
      Reality of Pakistan is far better than its image: Joachim Holtz

      HE is not the first Non Pakistani whose perception about Pakistan has been changed, many foreigners who have come here, this is what majority of them said, Pakistan is so different than what its being portrayed around the globe. So, I think one shouldnt just form their opnion on the basis what the media shows us, yes there are issues but so have other states, but you gotta visit Pakistan see the ground realities and then make your opinion.
      Last edited by rangoli; May 2nd, 2012, 07:01 PM.

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        Zahir Shah from a village in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa brings electricty in his village! ... all by himself, he is not even electrical engineer!
        he has lit 180 homes so far and his target is to give electricty to the rest of the village .. he started his work with 180 rupee.
        all you need is lil positivity and determination ... and one can achieve anything

        Mera Passion Pakistan - Jugnoon Jaisa Insaan - YouTube

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          Pakistan VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY wins a global award.
          Islamabad: The Awards Committee of the Open Course Ware Consortium has selected the Virtual University of Pakistan’s Open Course Ware site for the ‘2012 Outstanding New Site Award for Open Course Ware Excellence’, says a press release.
          The Open Course Ware Consortium is a US-based collaboration of higher education institutions and associated organisations from around the world creating a broad and deep body of open educational content using a shared model.
          The Outstanding New Site Award is conferred annually by the Committee and recognises an outstanding institutional or affiliate sites launched during the previous calendar year. The award was previously given to the University of Sumatera Utara Open Course Ware.
          A representative of the Virtual University attended the OCW Consortium meeting in Cambridge, UK, to receive the award at a reception held on April 16, 2012.
          Virtual University wins global award - thenews.com.pk

          the quality and success of higher education in Pakistan has always been really praise worthy!
          Last edited by rangoli; May 5th, 2012, 10:07 PM.

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            There’s a new face on campus, standing on the north side of the Curtis Lecture Hall on Campus Walk at York’s Keele campus – and he could be a world first for York. A sculpture of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, founder of Pakistan and the country’s first governor general, was unveiled Tuesday, Jan. 30, to commemorate the creation of a scholarship that bears his name.
             


            York President & Vice-Chancellor Lorna R. Marsden and Ghalib Iqbal, Pakistan's consul general in Toronto, presided at the unveiling of the bronze casting Tuesday, along with Mike Colle, Ontario’s minister for citizenship and immigration. "Jinnah was a great Muslim leader," said Colle. "He played a dynamic role in the creation of the nation of Pakistan in 1947. And, to me, he is the George Washington of Pakistan."

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            The Jinnah, Founder of Pakistan Scholarship at York University was established in 2004 (see YFile July 12, 2004) by the Consulate General and York’s Pakistan Student Association, with an initial gift of $25,000 that now stands at $50,000. The scholarship is awarded annually to one continuing undergraduate student at York who has demonstrated a commitment to academic excellence and leadership.


            The scholarship’s unique name celebrates the contributions of Jinnah, a barrister and visionary who played a key role in the creation of the nation of Pakistan in 1947 and served as its first governor general. Jinnah is often credited by historians as one of the great nation builders of the mid 20th century


            The 1.5-metre-high bronze casting on stone plinth was created by David Mcdougall, a graduate student in York’s Faculty of Fine Arts, who was selected by the PSA on the recommendation of his supervisor, Brandon Vickerd, professor in York’s Department of Visual Arts. Mcdougall, who specializes in figurative sculpture, said he enjoyed the unveiling of his first public commission. "It was a great feeling," he said. "I was very excited to see my work on campus. It was a great day."Mcdougall said he chose an iconic image of Jinnah – the one that appears on Pakistan’s 10-rupee coin – as the design for his bust. The only stipulation from the student association, Macdougall said, was that the bust show Jinnah in a suit, to denote his background as a British-trained lawyer.

            Heroes of Pakistan: Statue of Jinnah unveiled at York University

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              Shoaib Sultan Khan, who should be a role model for all of us.

              Shoaib Sultan Khan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

              Shoaib Sultan Khan (SSK) is widely recognized as one of the pioneers of rural development programmes in Pakistan.[1]

              He served for 59 years in various development organizations including Aga Khan Foundation, UNICEF, UNDP, and Rural Support Programmes Network. As a CSP Officer, he worked with the Government of Pakistan for 25 years, later on he served Geneva-based Aga Khan Foundation for 12 years and UNICEF and UNDP for 14 years. Since his retirement, he has been involved with the Rural Support Programmes (RSPs) of Pakistan full-time, on voluntary basis.

              Shoaib Sultan is a recipient of numerous awards including the distinguished the United Nations Environment Programme Global 500 Award in 1989, the Sitara-i-Imtiaz in 1990, the Ramon Magsaysay Award in 1992, the WWF Conservation Medal in 1994, "Man of the Year" Rotary International (Pakistan) Gold Medal in 2005, Sitara-e-Eisaar and Hilal-i-Imtiaz by the President of Pakistan in 2006. In 2009 he was elected as Senior Ashoka Fellow. He has penned numerous research papers and books and is considered as an authority in the field of ‘rural development’.[2] In 2009, he was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize[3] for "Unleashing the power and potential of the poor".[4]

              Rural Support Programmes: Evolution & Success


              Dialogue with the community in the northern areas of Pakistan


              In 1982, he laid the foundation of Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (AKRSP), a citizen sector organization that targets poverty-stricken villages and engages their inhabitants in development programmes, with the larger goal of involving the public in policy change. Based on the philosophy that the poor are willing to overcome barriers to sustainable livelihood but lack the capacity to do so, the interventions of AKRSP have particularly focused on monetary independence through community organization, capacity building and fostering human capital.


              During a Field Visit with Dr. Akhter Hameed Khan


              He believes that investment in community organization projects can prove to be the best catalysts for collective decision making and accountability in the underprivileged rural communities. In his initial dialogues with the community, he clarified that the Programme would give each village a one-time-only grant for such a project—but on certain conditions. He guided them to choose the project collectively keeping in view that the project must benefit everyone; for that they must form a community organization to plan, build, and maintain the project; they must meet regularly with everyone present; and they must make systematic contributions to a common fund so that there would be savings and collateral to help meet future needs.

              As the projects got underway, his team carefully monitored the construction of each new irrigation channel and link road, and subsequently funneled equipment, supplies, and essential expertise to the villagers. As the new land was opened to irrigation, he urged them on to the next stage. "The sooner you develop the land," he used to inform them, "the sooner you will benefit from it." The programme also introduced new strains of plants, taught villagers new skills, and encouraged the illiterate and ever-toiling women of the area to assert themselves and participate in collective initiatives of their own.

              As a result, more than one thousand local projects funded by AKRSP brought 100,000 hectares of new land under irrigation. More than seven thousand community members were successfully trained as managers, accountants, and specialists in farming, animal husbandry, forestry and marketing. Local organizations of around 1,400 villages are now managing livelihood projects, generating their own capital, and conserving local resources. In addition to that, millions of trees provided by the programme anchor the thin mountain soil and yield apricots and apples for selling "down country," as well as fuel and timber for the future.
              His efforts have clearly made a difference to the livelihood of millions in the Northern Areas of Pakistan. As his working method is attracting the attention of other development professionals globally, his vision is spreading.[6]

              At the behest of United Nations Development Programme, he undertook through South Asian Poverty Alleviation Programme (SAPAP), setting up demonstration pilots on the pattern of AKRSP in Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Nepal and Sri lanka and replication of AKRSP in Pakistan. AKRSP is now a national programme in Pakistan. In South Asia, India has now launched a countrywide programme called National Rural Livelihood Mission based on SAPAP principles of development, to benefit over 300 million poor.
              “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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                here are the Best International Delegations! For those who follow awards results on both the college and high school circuits, you’ll notice that many of these teams come from what the Western world thinks of as “developing” countries — the rising political and economic powers of today are preparing their top students to become future leaders of the world.


                The Best High School Model UN Teams 2011-2012: Best International Delegations (alphabetical order):
                Academia Merici (Venezuela)
                • Placed in the top 15 delegations overall at Harvard HMUN

                American School of Brasilia (Brazil)
                • Won Best International Delegation at U.Penn ILMUNC

                Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) (Singapore)
                • Won Outstanding Small Delegation at Princeton PMUNC

                Aspaen Gimnasio (Colombia)
                • Won Outstanding International Delegation at Nationals NHSMUN

                Instituto Andes (Venezuela)
                • Won Outstanding International Delegation at Nationals NHSMUN

                Lyceum School (Pakistan)
                • Placed in the top 10 delegations overall at Harvard HMUN

                Maidstone Grammar School & The Skinner’s School (United Kingdom)
                • Placed in the top 10 delegations overall at Harvard HMUN

                Mallya Aditi International School (India)
                • Placed in the top 10 delegations overall at Harvard HMUN

                Nigerian Secondary Schools (Nigeria)
                • Won Outstanding International Delegation at Nationals NHSMUN

                South Africa High Schools (South Africa)
                • Won Outstanding Small Delegation at Cornell CMUNC

                The Cathedral and John Connon School (India)
                • Won Best International Delegation at Harvard HMUN; placed in the top 5 overall

                We also wanted to take note of three very large delegations that had many individual award winners or holistically had significant influence at the conference(s) they attended: Associazione Diplomatici (Italy), United Network (Italy), and WEMUN Delegation (China).
                Results are through April 1, 2012. Final rankings will be released in June after all conferences have taken place. Congratulations to all the teams so far!

                The Best High School Model UN Teams 2011-2012: Best International Delegations

                future of Pakistan

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                  very true people like him and many others should be our role models!what a GEM !!! Sohaib Khan! May Allah swt give him health and strength to continue with this beautiful work!

                  Thanks for sharing Ali Syed!

                  In a Similar story .. I came to know about this great human being who reunites lost children with their parents!

                  They call him ‘Larkana’s Edhi’. And certainly, with his white beard, modest stature and soft speech, Haji Anwar Ali Khokhar does resemble Pakistan’s well-known social worker. But the similarities don’t end there; like Edhi, he too has transformed himself, and his mission, into an institution.

                  Simply put, Haji Anwar reunites lost children with their parents. He has made it his life’s mission to find and collect frightened lost children and give them shelter until he can track down their parents. The interesting thing is that Haji Anwar didn’t plan to become a saviour for these children — he slipped into the habit while he was happily pursuing his day job as a simple barber, tending to Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s tresses, among others.

                  Born in Minan village in Qambar in 1942, Haji Anwar lost his father when he was eight. His family moved to Larkana soon after and lived in Lahori Muhallah, where he started his apprenticeship with Ustad Muhammad Bakhsh Mangi, a hairdresser at Pakistan Chowk.
                  In 1969 he opened his own barber shop in Bhurgari Panda. Haji Anwar was a member of the Pakistan People’s Party at the time, and used to meet its founder, ZA Bhutto, frequently. One thing led to another and he was soon cutting Bhutto’s hair. Many of his clients, like ZA Bhutto, were famous: Nawab Sultan Ahmed Chandio and Nawab Saifullah Magsi also came to him for haircuts. “When other people saw Bhutto Sahab getting a haircut from me, they wanted one too,” Haji Anwar recalls. “His ADC JA Rahim, Military Secretary Khalid Rathore and Major General Imtiaz also started coming to me.”
                  Haji Anwar is full of interesting stories about his encounters: “When Bhutto came in for a haircut, he would sit on a chair without any arms and his staff placed files on his right and left. He would continue signing papers even during his haircut,” says Haji Anwar.
                  But despite this brush with fame, Haji Anwar felt something was missing. Then, one day, he heard that a missing child had shown up at a nearby mosque he used to frequent. Haji Anwar made an announcement on the mosque’s loudspeaker, asking the child’s parents to come forward. “After that, whenever a missing child appeared in the area I took responsibility for him or her, making the announcements at the mosque. If their parent’s didn’t show up, I took the child home to care for him,” says Haji Anwar.
                  Slowly, word spread, and people began bringing lost children to Haji Anwar. He would go around town with the lost child riding on his bicycle, and ring his bell at every house so that people could come out and try to identify the child. This became his signature: even if his cycle was broken, he walked from home to home carrying the missing child in one arm and ringing a bell with his free hand.
                  Haji Anwar claims he has managed to reunite about 10,000 lost children with their parents since he began his mission. He doesn’t want to be compensated, saying the pleasure of seeing children go home to their mothers is reward enough. “When a missing child finally makes it into his mother’s lap, my soul is satisfied, the feeling takes all my tiredness away,” he says.

                  Hajji Anwar had to face his fair share of obstacles during his mission, however. “Sometimes, when I took children around on my motorcycle, people used to throw stones at me,” he says. “And my family had to cope with all the children I brought home — some of these children were disabled, and were very difficult to care for.”
                  Through all his troubles, he persevered, eventually buying a motorcycle so he could get around more easily. He soon converted this motorcycle into a three-wheeler, so that he could go around town with four children instead of one.

                  “Because some of the handicapped children in my care used to disturb my family at night, I often had to go to the nearby mosque to spend the night with them there,” says Haji Anwar. “We would stay at the mosque at Qaim Shah Najjari’s shrine. I would pray to God, asking him to arrange for a shelter for these innocent children…and then one day, my prayers were answered!”
                  Having heard of his work, Larkana’s Deputy Commissioner Arif Khan gave him a plot on Airport Road where Haji Anwar built a welfare centre. The centre is now run by his organisation, the Khidmat-e-Masoomeen Welfare Trust. Missing children and the elderly are housed here.
                  Haji Anwar says he no longer needs to drive around town with missing children. “I get more exposure now, and the media helps me publicise my cases,” he says.
                  Haji Anwar says he also cares for missing children whose parents have never been found: “Sometimes children stay with us until they become adults. Once I took in a missing baby girl, and she grew up in our shelter. I got my son, Muhammad Younus, married to her.”
                  In 2003 the government awarded him a Tamgha-e-Imtiaz for his services, but Haji Anwar says that despite the recognition his life remains a simple one. His efforts, and the efforts of people like him will ensure that the helpless and destitute will always have somewhere to turn to.


                  Positive Pakistanis: A rock for the forgotten – The Express Tribune

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                    Ali Moeen nawazish who got 21 A's in a level a world record Ali Moeen Nawazish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
                    “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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                      Good stuff !
                      Dil naik, ho niyyat saaf, to ho insaaf, kahay Imran Khan
                      Lo chalee hai ab tehreek, keh ho ga Theek, ye pyaara Pakistan
                      GO NAWAZ GO !!

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                        brilliant thread
                        Train this chaos, turn it into light . . .

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                          yes very nice

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                        The Citizens Foundation - Story

                        TCF is a professionally managed, non-profit organization set up in 1995 by a group of citizens concerned with the dismal state of education in Pakistan. It is now one of Pakistan's leading organizations in the field of formal education. As of 2012, TCF has established 830 purpose-built school units nationwide with an enrollment of 115,000 students. TCF encourages female enrollment and strives to maintain a 50% female ratio in most of its campuses. TCF has a full female faculty of 5,800 members. TCF also has a dedicated Teacher Training Center in Karachi and Mansehra for the ongoing training of its faculty and provides logistical support to all its teachers. About 8,800 jobs have been created in communities in which TCF operates.

                        The vision of TCF is to remove barriers of class and privilege and to make the citizens of Pakistan Agents of Positive Change. We believe that access to basic education is the right of each individual and not a privilege. Apart from following the regular curriculum, we focus on the character building of students to equip them with high moral values and confidence.

                        To achieve these goals, TCF is constantly surveying education-deprived locations in Pakistan to extend its network. Each new location is appraised through an extensive land survey, assessment of population, income level, number and standard of existing schools in the area, demand for new school units, availability of an accessible site to build a school, qualified teachers in the area and a number of other criteria.

                        TCF is registered in Pakistan as a company limited by guarantee under Section 42 of the Companies Ordinance, 1984 and its accounts are audited by KPMG Taseer Hadi and Co. TCF is ranked amongst the top scoring organizations certified by the Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy (PCP) and has received high non-profit organization (NPO) governance rating of GR8+ by JCR-VIS Credit Rating Co Ltd.
                        “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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                          We read about Larkana's Edhi but no mention of actual Edhi?

                          Can someone find a detail article on his work? feeling too lazy to find myself. Besides, I will be rewarded for encouraging others to do good deed

                          and yes, a very positive and cool thread.
                          Khuda Karey K Meri Arz-e-Pak Par Utrey
                          Wo Fasl-e-Gul Jisey Andesha-e-Zawal Na Ho
                          Khuda Karey K Meray ek Bhi Hum Watan K Liye
                          Hayaat Jurm Na Ho, Zindagi Wabaal Na Ho

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                            Great job rangoli...keep it up
                            Reh gaya kaam hamaara hi baghawat likhna...

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