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The Karachi stock market witnessed a bearish trading week due to depreciation in the rupee against the dollar, confusion on brokers' net capital and State Bank of Pakistan's (SBP) move to increase minimum PLS rate by 50 basis points (bps) coupled with huge foreign outflow. The Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) 100-share index shed 1,208.31 points or 5.12 percent on weekly basis to close at 22,387.31 points as compared
with 23,595.61 points of the p r e v i o u s w e e k . “Sharp volatility in the rupee, confusion on brokers' net capital and SBP's move to increase minimum PLS rate by 50 bps led the market to fall by 5.0 percent,” said Top line Sec Equity Sales AVP Samar Iqbal. “Volumes in rupee term also declined by 27 percent to Rs 6.0 billion.” Telecom sector remained on investors' radar as they are
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expecting better earnings after government's measures to curb grey trafficking. Nishat Mills announced above expectation earnings of Rs 16.63 with 40 percent cash dividend and Maple Leaf's June earnings were Rs 6 . 1 1 . The weekly market turnover went down by 40.73 percent and traded 163.33 million shares as compared to 275.61 million shares of the previous week. “In the outgoing week the bullish fever faded away from investors
mind as bears have taken a firm grip over the benevolent s t o c k s ,” s a i d H a b i b M e t ro p o l i t a n F i n a n c i a l Services analyst Bilal Asif. “The benchmark kissed a peak level on August 16, 2013 of 28,820 points and later it was corrected to 22,387 points.” The current market cycle suggests the benchmark has once again peaked at nearly 23,727 points with reasonably
good volumes. The rupee continues to remain under severe stress against the greenback while touching a peak level of Rs 110.50. SBP's intervention provided some support to the market, hence the rupee's value improved to some extent. SBP injected nearly $50 million to $60 million in the open market to stabilise the greenback. Selling by foreign investors in the market also put pressure in a number of valuable stocks. The current market cycle suggests the benchmark has once again peaked at nearly 23,727 points with reasonably good volumes. The rupee
continues to remain under severe stress against the greenback while touching a peak level of Rs 110.50. SBP's intervention provided some support to the market, hence the rupee's value improved to some extent. SBP injected nearly $50 million to $60 million in the open market to stabilise the greenback. Selling by foreign investors in the market also put pressure in a number of valuable stocks. On Friday, SBP increased the minimum deposit rate by 50 bps to 6.5 percent, which put additional burden on the market. The banking stocks having greater chunk of saving deposit in hand are likely to h ave m a r g i n a t t r i t i o n . He estimated deposit cost for the industry would likely increase by nearly Rs 11.3 billion to Rs 11.6 billion. He believed that SBP is trying to
peg the banking spread at a certain level while trying to boost depositors to deposit greater funds in the banking c h a n n e l . “The market witnessed a bearish week owing to panic on the exchange rate front,” said JS Research analyst Naveed Tehsin. “To recall, the rupee witnessed an exceedingly weak spell of late, where at one point the exchange rate had crossed Rs 110 against the dollar in the interbank market as a result the SBP had to intervene and injected $50 million to $60 million into the system due to which the rupee recovered to Rs 105.75. Bearish sentiment continued till the ending hours of Friday as the SBP issued a circular notifying an increase in minimum savings deposit rate for all commercial banks to 6.5 percent from 6.0 percent
previously. As a result most banks closed the day on the lower circuit breakers. During the week, Nishat Mills Limited announced slightly above expected FY13 EPS of Rs 16.63, up 66 percent on yearly basis with a cash DPS of Rs 4.0. Other major highlights during the week were - Pakistan set to pay another instalment to the International Monetary Fund, new auto policy in the offing, bidding for Warid to commence on September 30, and Tabba of Lucky Cement elected as chairman of APCMA. Ms Iqbal said the rupee's trend and inflation figure for the month of September will be the key events for the market.
Veet Celebration of Beauty fashion event held at the Expo Centre in Karachi. Hosted by renowned Pakistani film and TV stars Aamina Sheikh and Azfar Rehman, the entertainment extravaganza consisted of a live fashion show, music and dance entertainment and a Beauty Awards segment which celebrated the best of Pakistani beauty. The fashion showcase was divided into four unique segments, which celebrated Pakistani fashion through the ages as conceptualised and styled by Nabila and her team. 11
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SONY SMART WATCH
fter making the different versions of Sony Xperia, Sony decided to make something interesting & small gadget. Backward Compatibility of Smart Watch is Android 2.1 or further versions & it has also ability to connect with android smart phones but it can't connect with all android smart phones like Samsung Galaxy S4. After
connectivity to android phones it show twitter feeds, facebook feeds, email & many other applications. Therefore, you can also preserve your phone battery by using that Smart Watch. Actually it is both wrist watch & holding able electronic device.You can wear it on your wrist or
16 Bits color & operating system is Micrium uC/OS-II The watch which is you seen in the picture is the first version of Sony Smart Watch & the second version is coming soon. According to Sony's announcement, the second version of Smart Watch will be available world widely in the markets from hold it in you hand by removing strap. Sony Smart Watch or Android Watch is available in different colors such as pink, blue, black, grey, light green & white etc. Smart Watch has Bluetooth v3.0, Multi-touch, capacitive touch-screen, 128 x 128 pixels, 1.3â€? OLED Display,
can do a lot of things on it. Sony also gave us idea by making this Smart Watch that android can be used & applied able not only in smart phones but also in different electronic devices like this Smart Watch. September 2013. The cost of second Smart Watch is around $100. But it is depend on it that from where you are purchasing it. You can use Sony Smart Watch for various purposes &
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ROSES SYMBOLIZE RESPECT, COURAGE & PASSION WHILE BLACK CONTAINS THE ENERGY OF THREATENING
t's time to stumble across this gorgeous picture of Emma Leigh Angeline Hauck and a wonderful colour palette, with a touch of warm black tones. If our world of feathers tickles your imagination and you'd like to find out more, allow yourself to be seduced by the attraction of black colour. Model Emma Leigh Angeline, grew up in a small town in Central New Jersey, started modelling in 2012 and has built a substantial portfolio since. She has been featured in the Australian Publication "Like a Lion".
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This shoot gives the feeling of myster y, intrigue , softness, sophistication, luxury and understated glamour. Black was one of the first colours used by artists in Neolithic cave paintings. This photo shoot is the combination of love , gentleness and mourning, death. Roses symbolize respect, courage and passion, those are the indications of enthusiasm, desire and fascination while in times of fear and uncertainty black contains the energy of the threatening unknown.
This colour is seen as a restful emptiness into w h i c h a ny t h i n g m ay emerge and disappear once again. It is also mysterious, providing a sense of potential and possibility. Put some black in your life when you want to become inconspicuous, to open the door, to mystery, to prepare for the unknown a restful emptiness. Emmaleigh looks like a bond girl character that is a love interest of bond. During the conversation with the EMAL magazine she says Modelling has always been a dream of mine, and I'm 38
turning my dream into reality through hard work and determination. I'm a very family oriented person, and I am a big animal lover. Dogs, birds, and ferrets are all a part of my family. In my spare time, I like to read, draw, and spend time with my fantastic jovial friends. I love to sample different types of tea, Playing classical piano is a hobby of mine. I plan on going to school for pre-medicine, then medical school to become a doctor.
n modern society, news media are the chief purveyors of information and opinion about public affairs. Journalism, however, is not to be confused with the news media or the news itself. In some nations, the news media is government-controlled and not an independent body that operates with in a journalistic framework. In democratic societies, access to information can play a key role providing a system of checks and balances designed to limit the over reach of powers concentrated in governments, businesses and other entities and individuals. Access to verifiable information gathered by independent media sources adhering to journalistic standards can also provide ordinary citizens with the tools they need to participate in the political process.
I fear God and no one else. It might sound like a clichĂŠ but that's how it works for me. If I had been thinking about everything that could happen all
The core purpose of a journalist is to research, document, write, and present the news in an honest, ethical, and unbiased way.Although the method for reporting the news may be changing, the need for talented, qualified and educated journalists is more important than ever. One of the most famous names in International journalism is Kadafi Zaman Born in Norway, a PakistaniNorwegian that has been a journalist for TV2 news, the famous Norwegian news channel. He also spent three years at VG Norway's biggest newspaper, which needs no introduction. Zaman has also been instrumental in TV2's coverage of the terrorist attack against Norway on 22 July. Zaman was born and raised in
Norway of Pakistani parents. He is also a former local politician in Lier municipality of Labour. He is a talented author and has written many articles for newspapers as well as books including "Norway in black, white and brownâ€?. He has covered a lot of acute dilemmas exclusively related to crime, misconduct, terrorism and immigration in Norway.
His career includes many international assignments and putting his life in danger to provide authentic and meaningful information to the world.
He has been amongst the first journalists at the biggest news events in recent years, valued for the quality of his journalism. He was in the border areas between Afghanistan and Pakistan by 11 September 2001, tsunami in Banda Aceh in 2004, also the earthquake in Kashmir in 2005.He has also covered the Hajj in Saudi Arabia, the Bhutto assassination, the largest fall in Pakistan's politics. Zaman has covered them all with his insightful brand of journalism. And many more like the Gaza war 2009, floods that affected large parts of Pakistan in the autumn of 2010, revolution in Egypt in 2011. The list just goes on. In autumn 2012 he was the first Norwegian journalist to be granted a visa to Iran for several years. This shows the high regard with which he is held due to his conduct and passion towards journalism.
How did you get started working in media? I studied journalism in Stavanger University. After that I started to work for a regional newspaper. Two years later I was headhunted by the largest paper in Norway, VG. Why did you decide to be a journalist? I want to make a difference. I want to tell stories about the common people.About people in their struggle against a powerful state. About people who are suffering in a war. About people who want to be heard. Any tip you want to give to newly born media persons. I think it's very important to be dedicated and humble. Journalism is a profession which requires a lot of responsibility. We should be the voice of the weak. We should expose the
powerful and the corrupt. To achieve this one needs patience. Start working with a small paper or TV and work hard. There is no short cut if you want to stay strong. A s y o u a r e a n i n t e r n a t i o n a l ly k n ow n personality please share some of your experiences round the world. I have been very lucky to experience a lot of events in recent history. I covered the war in Afghanistan after 9/11. Remember how we stayed in Peshawar and just waited for weeks. After the tsunami in
2004 I was sent to Banda Aceh in Indonesia. I have never seen such devastations in my life. There were dead people all over. Another thing I remember very well was the coverage of Hajj. It was a strong experience to just see the Kaba and witness the pilgrimage of millions of people. I was also among the few journalists that went with the same plane as Benazir Bhutto when she returned to Pakistan after many years in exile. Some hours after the landing in Karachi there was a suicide attack killing more than 140 people. I will never forget those who died for Bhutto. I could mention many more experiences but another event that has had a strong impact on me was the flood in Pakistan in 2010. We started the coverage in Swat and drove all the way down to Sukkur. I have never seen so many children and women suffering before.
You have been a former Local politician in Lier municipality of labour, being a politician serving among the people or being a journalist playing with dangers! Which one you liked? I must say that I admire the work politicians do. It's not an easy job. But in countries like Norway people dedicate themselves to work for others. In a country with almost no corruption and no huge financial
benefits that's really impressive. I don't miss being a politician. I feel that I can do more in my present job. I can highlight the issues I find important in a more effective way.
family and friends. I also love sports, like football and badminton. If I have some extra days off I prefer to travel to some nice city or a beach and just relax.
What is your favourite thing about your job? The best thing about my job is that I never know what will happen. Every single day is different. I can wake up and go to work in the morning and a couple of hours later I can suddenly be on a plane to Cairo or Brazil.
On the borders in the sight of terrorists aren't you scared? I fear God and no one else. It might sound like a clichĂŠ but that's how it works for me. If I had been thinking about everything that could happen all the time I would never have manage to do my job. How did you come to hear about and what would you comment for Emal Magazine? I heard about Emal magazine through my dear friend Nadim Bajwa. He is a man among men.
WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO WRITE ABOUT? I LIKE TO WRITE ABOUT SOCIAL ISSUES. AND TRENDS THAT ARE CHANGING.
How would you like to spend your free time? I like to spend time with my
DEEP-CLEANSING SKIN FACIALS
here's no need to run to the local beauty store and spend a fortune on expensive cosmetics to have a healthy skin condition. Use the following 6 simple deep-cleansing skin facials to get rid of dead skin cells and sebum excess. Regardless of your complexion type, you'll be able to enjoy the benefits of the following 6 simple deep-cleansing skin facials. Get hold of the basic ingredients from your kitchen or the grocery store and prepare natural treatments to keep acne and the damages caused by dehydration at bay. Read through the instructions and choose the facial recipe which suits your beauty skills and budget.
TURMERIC POWDER & ORANGE JUICE FACIAL
liminate dead skin cells from the depth of your pores with this simple treatment. In a bowl mix 2 tbs of turmeric powder with 1 tbs of orange juice. Massage the paste into your skin for 4-5 minutes. Then leave the facial on for 10 minutes and finally rinse it off with cold water. In order to have a radiant and spotless complexion it is important to unclog your pores and keep your skin free from sebum excess and grime.
ALMOND & DRIED LEMON PEEL FACIAL
se the following face pack recipes to protect your complexion from blackheads and pimples. In a bowl mix 2 tbs of ground almond with 1 tbs of dried lemon peel. Then add a tiny amount of milk just to obtain the ideal texture. Spread the facial uniformly all over your face and leave it on for 15 minutes for a revitalizing effect.
ALOE VERA & TEA TREE OIL FACIAL
leanse your skin with this natural facial recipe. Apply a tiny amount of organic aloe vera gel and 2 drops of tea tree oil on a cotton pad. Rub this mixture into your pores and leave the treatment on for 10 minutes. The final step is to wash off the facial with cold water to close your pores. Use this deep-cleansing remedy on a regular basis for a flawless complexion.
COCOA POWDER & OLIVE OIL FACIAL
amper your skin with a deep-cleansing and deepconditioning facial. In a bowl mix 1 egg white with 1 tbs of cocoa powder, a few drops of olive oil and 1 tsp of honey. After you've obtained a soft paste apply it on your face. Leave the facial on for 20 minutes to make sure the nutrients penetrate the deeper skin layers. Remove the traces of your beauty session with cold water and a damp washcloth.
LEMON JUICE & APPLE CIDER VINEGAR FACIAL
his is the simplest solution to cleanse your pores and keep acne at a fair distance. Apply 2 drops of organic lemon juice and the same amount of apple cider vinegar on a cotton pad then cleanse your face with this mixture. Leave the treatment on for 15 minutes then finally wash off your complexion with cold water. Repeat this beauty ritual at least 3 times per week for amazing results.
SOUR CREAM & HORSERADISH FACIAL
se this facial recipe if you don't have an extremely sensitive complexion. In a bowl mix 2 tbs of sour cream with the same amount of grated horseradish. Massage the paste gently into your pores for 4-5 minutes then leave the treatment on for 5 more minutes and finally rinse it off with cold water. This is one of the most powerful remedies to eliminate dead skin cells from the surface of your complexion.
â€œI want to stay alive in the hearts and minds of the people, even after I am gone.â€? By Moin Akhter Moin Akhtar was a Pakistani television, film and stage actor, as well as a humorist, comedian, impersonator, and a host. He was also a play writer, singer, film director and a producer. Moin Akhtar rose to the national spotlight and gathered critical acclaim for his performance in the drama Rozy, in which he played the role of a female TV artist. Rozy was an Urdu adaptation of Hollywood movie Tootsie starring Dustin Hoffman. Moreover, in a talk-show namely Loose Talk, which began in 2005 on ARY Digital, he appeared as a different character in each and every of over 400 episodes interviewed by Anwar Maqsood, the writer and the host of the program. Akhter also briefly hosted the game show Kya Aap Banaingay Crorepati?, the Pakistani version of Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
HIS ATTEMPTS TO AVOID VULGARITY
IN HIS HUMOUR RENDERED HIM A FAVOURITE AMONGST FAMILY AUDIENCES He was awarded honorary citizenship of Dallas in 1996 for his achievements. He is also listed among Amazing Pakistanis of all time. His TV debut was on September 6, 1966, in a variety show held to celebrate first defense day of Pakistan. He is a great artist belongs to Karachi a famous city of Pakistan and has starred in many TV dramas and live comedy events. His attempts to avoid vulgarity in his humour rendered him a favourite amongst family audiences. Akhter was born in Karachi to
U r d u s p e a k i n g p a re n t s migrated from Mumbai ,India, was highly dynamic and versatile performer. His wit and humour keep the audience glued to the screen and while he says even the most impossible things, his sugar coated words along with
his boyish charm make him one of the most unique actors in the business. Moin Akhtar is an inspiration for all the generations to come and one of the few that stand out among the many. He has parodied in several languages, including English, Sindhi, Punjabi, Memon, Pushto, Gujarati, bengali and others, while in the Urdu-speaking world, he is beloved for providing great humor for people of all ages, and with an etiquette that remains unmatched. A few years ago, he suffered a heart attack and was admitted into the hospital. His fan base, in both India and Pakistan, and now spread all over the world as well, was gravely concerned for his health. In an interview with Mashrique, Moin Akhtar said:â€œI want to stay alive in the hearts and minds of the people, even after I am gone.â€? His fans around the globe will surely agree that he is already guaranteed that honour in his lifetime.
CRISPY FISH F L Y 30 Minutes 2-4 People
Recipe Ingredients ·Fish fillet ½ kg ·Flour ½ cup ·Bread crumbs 1 cup ·Garlic paste 1 tbsp ·Salt to taste ·Black pepper powder ½ tsp ·Worchester sauce 1 tbsp ·Lemon juice 1 tbsp ·Beaten egg 2 ·Oil for fry Recipe Method 1.Cut fish into small pieces, marinate with 1 tbsp ginger garlic paste, salt to taste, ½ tsp black pepper, 1 tbsp Worchester sauce and 1 tbsp lemon juice. 2.Beat eggs very well. Add in 2 – 3 tbsp flour, 3.Coat marinated fish with remaining flour, dip in prepared batter, roll in bread crumbs and deep fry till golden brown. 4.Remove in a platter and serve with ketchup
LAHORI RED CHICKEN KARAHI 30 Minutes 2-4 People
Recipe Ingredients Chicken (16 pieces)
Black pepper crushed 1 tsp
Green chilies chopped
Roasted white cumin 1 tsp
Green coriander chopped 1 bunch Tomato chopped
Ginger garlic paste
Red chili powder
RECIPE METHOD 1. First wash chicken and add in wok with 1 tbs ginger garlic paste and salt to taste till water dries. 2. Then add Â˝ kg chopped tomato and 1 tbsp red chili powder and cook till tomato water dries. 3. Now add 1 tbsp karahai masala, 1 tsp black pepper crushed, 1 tsp roasted white cumin and 1 cup oil to cook a little. 4. In the end add 2 tbsp chopped ginger, 4 chopped green chilies, 1 chopped green coriander and 2 lemon juice to mix and serve hot.
JALEBI 30 Minutes 2-3 People
RECIPE METHOD 1. Mix water with ½ kg flour and keep it for 2 days. Now in the remaining flour add in soda bi carbonate, 2 gm cream of tartar and a pinch of Rung kaat. Beat it nicely. Add some water if required. 2. Put all the mixture in the cloth and fry it in the pan. To make the sugar syrup, take 1 ½ kg sugar and ½ kg water in the pan and add few drops of khewra essence. In the end, add the fried jalebis in the sugar syrup and serve hot.
RECIPE INGREDIENTS Flour750 gm ·Soda bi carbonate3 gm ·Cream of tartar 2 gm ·Rung kaat1 pinch ·Yellow coloras required ·Clarified butter1 ½ kg ·For Sugar Syrup: ·Water½ kg ·Sugar1 ½ kg ·Khewra few drops
s you know that in 2013, short haircuts are in trend. The short hairs make you look trendy, cool and funky to some extent. But the thing is which short haircuts to select? Will they be unique? There are very few short haircuts in trend nowadays and everyone is opting them, so you cant expect them to be unique. But you can easily make them unique by having different hair color on them. Here are few haircuts and hair colors which you can try to look trendy:
RED HAIR COLOR
his choppy bob haircut with red color is a great combination. It will give you a funky look as you can see in the picture.
P URPLE H AIR C OLOR
o get a whole unique look for your hair, you can try purple color on them. It is a cool color and will make you look cool and trendy. 65
L ILAC H AIR C OLOR
f you have extra short pixie haircut, you can try lilac hair color on them. It will look great on your hairs and give make you look awesome. 66
L ILAC H AIR C OLOR
ight green color looks amazing on the short hairs. This is a unique color and very few people try this color on their hairs.
B LUE H AIR C OLOR
atty Perry is a hot celebrity and shealso wants to get a unique look. And for this recently she got her hair dyed with blue color and is looking stunning.
P INK H AIR C OLOR
ink color is best for the girls and women who want to maintain their cuteness along with the unique look. It is a different color and looks amazing on short pixie haircuts. 69
T OW T ONE H AIR C OLOR ou can two-tone hair colors. But the contast of the two colors must be amazing and should suit you. it is among the new trends that is recently introduced in the hair fashion world.
R ED H IGHLIGHTS IN B LACK H AIR C OLOR
f you are a twilight fan, you must try this color contrast. It will look great on you. Black colored hair with red highlights will look trendy on the bob haircuts. 70
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GRAVITY By ALFONSO CUARON
irector Alfonso Cuarón has spent the last few years putting together his upcoming film, “Gravity,” a high-budget, visually stunning film that promises to b r i n g t h e i n c o n c e i v a b ly beautiful view from space to the silver screen. Based on the trailer for the film, it seems that this will be one of the few films to demand an IMAX viewing experience, and based on a few comments by James Cameron,
“The film is going to be worth every penny of the absurdly high IMAX ticket cost.” At once the most realistic and beautifully choreographed film ever set in space, Gravity is a thrillingly realized survival story spiked with interludes of breath-catching tension and startling surprise. Not at all a science fiction film in the conventional sense. “Gravity” is Cuarón's first
movie since his spectacular 2006 film “Children of Men,” and after years of work, Cuarón has decided that “Gravity” is finally ready for release. The film stars Sandra Bullock as Dr. Ryan Stone, a brilliant scientist who travels into space to help make a difficult repair on a broken satellite. With astronaut Matt Kowalsky (George Clooney) by her side, the repair seems to be going well when a cloud of space debris comes crashing into the satellite and the sends them hurtling into space. The duo is forced to work together to escape the infinite void of space and return back to Earth before their oxygen supplies are exhausted. Apparently Bullock and Clooney are the only actors who show their faces in the movie and although trailers indicate that Ed Harris
is part of the cast as well, reports have indicated that the bulk of the movie is left in the capable hands of Bullock and Clooney. Gravity opened at the 70th Venice International Film Festival in August 2013. Its North American premiere was three days later at the Telluride Film Festival. It is scheduled for wide release in the United States and Canada on October 4, 2013.
his serial will replace by the “Ek Tamanna Lahasil Se” and it was going to be on air on Hum TV from 27th Feb, 2013 while it can be watched on every Wednesday at 8.00 pm. The interesting part of this
serial is that Deepak Parvani is also working on this serial who is famous designer but he proves himself as a good actor while giving his performance in this serial. Stunning Sanam Saeed is also playing an important role in this serial and her fans will find her completely different role in this serial. “Kadurat” has a completely different story which has been written by Zoha Hassan an
directed by Abis Raza. The drama highlights the agony of a girl whose father remarries after the death of her mother and her step mother along with her two
children enter in her house replacing her mother in her father's life. Coming towards the other characters of the drama, it was amazing to find that the child artists have done a great job.
esharam is an upcoming Bollywood comedy film directed by Abhinav Kashyap. The film stars Ranbir Kapoor and Pallavi Sharda and is scheduled to release in 2 October 2013. Filming for Besharam was scheduled to commence on December 10, 2012, with part of it taking place on a film set in Film City, Mumbai. Film composer Lalit Pandit has confirmed that he has been asked to work on the film's soundtrack and that it will consist of six
tracks. Pandit also stated that the music was completed in the film's pre-production stages as per the instructions of director Kashyap. In January 2013 actors Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh, parents of actor Ranbir Kapoor, were confirmed as starring in Besharam in unspecified roles. As on April 20, 2013, Ranbir Kapoor (Actor), Abhinav Kashyap (Director) and many in the unit were shooting at Universal Trade Tower, Sector49, Sohna Road, Gurgaon (Haryana).The trailer of the film will be launched by Ranbir Kapoor and Abhinav Kashyap at an orphanage in Mumbai on 2 August 2013.
n august it was arranged Sport and Cultural festival in Norway. The major initiative taker was Christiania Cricket Club with Shazad Pervez Raja and Sport and cultural festival by Raja Kashif. The festival lasted for three days with the finale and main day on Sunday with the T20 match between Shoiab Akhtar and Abdul Razzaq.
Captain Chaudhry Wazir Anwar and Emal Magazine with Nadim
Bhadjwa arranged a gathering for people of Norway on Friday. The festival was a huge success which was done by the support of Drammen cricket club and Emal magazine. The festivals include opportunities for T h e f e s t i v a l i n c l u d e d audiences to participate performances from big names directly in programmed from the cricket world, politic and music. Emal Magazine got the opportunity to cover this exclusive event the whole three days. This report aims to contribute to the development for assertions about the contributions those ar ts festivals make to the economic, social and cultural life of Norway. Drammen Cricket Club, with
activities. There were variations in the scope of event, in terms of local, national and international prominence. The arrangement in Drammen was a summation of the big day of the Sport and Cultural festival in Oslo on Sunday. The festival started with some warm introduction from local politicians, and speech from candidate of parliament Yousef Gilani who welcomed the
people of Drammen to this event of Norwegian sport and cultural festival. VIP guest cricketers Abdul Razzaq, made a motivated speech about cricket in N o r w a y, a n d t h a n k e d Drammen Cricket Club and E m a l m a g a z i n e fo r t h e invitation. Razzaq offered to support cricket in Norway with his exper tise and knowledge. The head of the Sport and Cultural festival Shazad Pervez Raja and Raja Kashif was also present. Chaudry Raza Anwar owner of Drammen Bolig sponsored this first day of the Norwegian Sport and Cultural festival. The night continued with music from Bollywood star singer Ali Abbas, who entertained the people of Drammen with his beautiful voice and peoples really enjoyed it.
At the closing of the event delightful and delicious food was served to all the people. VIP guests were later invited to Delight restaurant owned by Joseph Jon for refreshments. On Saturday, Bobo style event with Burhan Chisti arranged and exclusive entertainment night with celebrities. This was a part of the Norwegian Sport and Cultural Festival, staged to provide the people of Oslo an opportunity to meet the stars. Oslo biggest event locations were booked. This was a dynamic night with VIP guest like Bollywood star Shakti Kapoor, musician Ali Abbas and Sonu DG. In this adventure Pakistani cricketer's like Shoaib Akhtar tremendous baller and
analyst, Abdul Razzaq the glorious all-rounder were invited as guest with Mohammad Asif. Famous singer Ali Abbas and Sonu DG entertained the people with music and performance. Shakti Kapoor which has no need for introduction, known globally, his performance in the last two minutes which was marvellous and eye capturing, appreciated largely by people at the event. Chairman of Venus TV London and famous dance choreographer Rajeev
Ghoswami was also present at this event arranged by Bobo Style event together with Norway Sport and Cultural Festival. People enjoyed the night with entertainment performance from Shakti Kapoor and music from famous singers. The Norwegian TV channel, TV 2 covered the event with a big interest .After the dinner
guests met with the stars, and got the opportunity to take pictures and get autographs. The purpose of the Norway Sport and Cultural Festival is to promote cricket which is already well liked game in Norway.
Sunday the last day of the event, Christiania Cricket club, with Shazad Raja arranged the biggest Cricket Mela in Norway in cooperation with Sports and Culture festivel. There was a huge setup for families, and a lot of funny & interested activities for the children. The festive started with cricket match between the kids, boys and girls. The main event was the T20 match between Abdul Razzaq and Shohaib Akhtar. The player on each team was chosen from different cricket teams in Norway. Different stand with food and other accessories
were arranged. Pakistani TV channel Geo covered this unique and the big event of Norway. Imran Nazir the Pakistan dashing opener batsman, Muhammed Khalil left hand bowler and Azhar Zaidi was also present at the festival. VIP guests like former foreign minister Jonas Gar StĂ¸re, and other participants for parliament election like Abid Q Raja were also present. Guests were very satisfied and enjoyed this great event. VIP guests thanked the head of the
festival Raja Kashif and Shazad Pervez Raja. This was the event of the year.This occasion is organised not only for a particular community but also for sport and cultural lover all over. This event capture a lot of eyes around the globe and notably engaged by the Norwegians who show there interest in it.
here are many people in many cultures, music is an important part of their way of life and now music began to emerge in its significant form because of its fragmented approach to storytelling. An extreme statement of the position has been articulated by the Italian composer Luciano Berio â€œMusic is everything that one listens to with the intention of listening to musicâ€?
There are different kinds and era of music the Middle Ages, the Baroque, Classicism, Romanticism and the 20th- and 21st-century music.A good singer will have to think of a lot of different things in a performance. Good vocal technique, a large vocal range, as well as feeling the song through emotional language and breathing, and also acting to provide a song with meaning just like Emmlie doing her job. With EMAL magazine she shared her views for different aspects. What was it that got you into music in the first place? My father he always wanted to share his love and passion of music with me and I really took to it really early in my life, it's something I guess we bonded
over right till the end. What does the music give back to you as an individual? It gives back a sense of completion. I guess a lot of people write in a diary or do something in some way to release emotions privately like poetry or painting etc. for me its music, once the song is finished, I have let go of something inside which refreshes and reboot me. How does a job as a musician play itself out for you? It has its pros and cons but at the end of the day this is the job that i love unconditionally. It's like relationship haha music is my boyfriend!!! No but really I'm addicted to it, so good or bad it plays out well in the end. What do you wish to accomplish with your music? I try to be as honest as possible within my lyrics to me, as a listener there have been songs I have connected with that have made me feel better just knowing someone else out there is going through the same thing and I wasn't alone..I think if you are really honest you can reach the people out there that might be going
through the same as you and give a sense of comfort, all in all, always trying to send a positive message, every girl I wrote in 20 minutes, that's a women empowerment song. Where do you get the inspiration to make new music? Oh gosh. Everywhere!!! Like the other day I woke up with a tune in my head and reached over to my phone to record the melody. Who knows where that type of thing comes from!! But other times I just sit down and let it flow and see what is in my subconscious. You never know what might be lurking in there!! Ha-ha but day to day stuff inspires me, your phone ringing can be an inspiration.You have to find it. When you are not doing anything directly music related what do you like to do then? I like to watch movies. I'm a massive movie person but I also like to cook, hang with friends and be around my dogs,
all that good normal stuff, oh and work out too, though I don't actually like to do that, I force myself. When you feel, that you can make the best music? Surroundings, mood, time, really late at night, like 2am for some reason, but also when I am alone. I am not the type of musician that if a whole bunch of people are around, I can write well. I feel my best stuff comes when I am alone with my thoughts with no distractions. I like to go into the studio lyric and melody ready, knock it out and move onto the next one, for some reason the studio to me is not for writing so much. Do you have anything you
got to do, or any specific rituals you hold before you hold a concert or a gig? Yes I listen to hip hop! for some reason it calms me and gives me energy so i listen to kanye or something to take my mind off what I am about to do. What are your plans for the summer? Well its winter here...so our summer is not until December so my plans are to keep as warm as possible. What do you characterize as a good artist? Hard work, talent of course but originality, passion, things like that, I mean everyone is different..
What kind of music do you listen to on a daily basis? Everything!! and I am not lying, one minute I can be listening to taylor swift then the next erykah, badu then 2 chainz, whatever takes my mood!! But I also love older music like Roy Orbison and Sinatra. I clean my house to Sinatra at times. Do you have a song that means anything special to you?
vegetarian but i don't like it, my favourite type of food is Mexican probably. Do you have any tips for those who dream of a career in the music business?
Yes, be prepared to work your ass off!!! and no doesn't mean quit, no means keep going until you get a yes!! Don't quit! Keep going!!!
And if so. Why? Too many to mention in fact too many to even think of, this question just hurt my head. What kind of food do you prefer? Well i don't eat beef. I am not a
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