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PERVAIZ MUSHARRAF HAS The Islamabad High C o u r t o n F r i d ay turned down a petition seeking d i re c t i o n t o p u t f o r m e r p re s i d e n t General (r) Pervez Musharraf's name on the exit-control list (ECL) for his alleged involvement in the Lal Masjid operation, while the district

court in the same case sent the former dictator on a 14-day judicial remand. The operation at the radical mosque in the capital of Islamabad followed a week-long standoff between the mosque's supporters and security forces. Within 24 hours Musharraf was

arrested, after his lawyers claimed that he could walk out of house arrest after being granted bail in

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t h e A k b a r B u g t i of the army, took The former military

murder case. The Supreme Court on granted bail to Musharraf over the death of rebel leader Akbar Bugti, a move that would have seen him freed after nearly six months of house

power in a 1999 coup but ousted by popular protests led by the country's judiciary. He went into exile in 2008 but returned earlier this year in an abortive attempt to launch a political career.

strongman is currently being held at his farmhouse on the outskir ts of Islamabad, guarded by nearly 300 security personnel, including soldiers and snipers.

BEEN RE- ARRESTED a rre s t o n c e t h e release procedures were completed. He had already been granted bail in two other major cases against him, including one relating to the assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. Musharraf, then head

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id-ul-Azha marks the completion of the pilgrimage to Mecca by Muslims from multifarious nations of the world on the tenth day of the Islamic month Zul Haj. It is obligatory to bring the pilgrimage to a successful termination with the sacrifice of an animal. Like prayer and f a s t i n g , t h e performance of pilgrimage is a mode of worship seeking the spiritual, social and economic upliftment of Muslims.

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OCCASION ON WHICH EVERYWHERE ARE ENCOURAGED TO MAKE EVERY KIND OF SACRIFICE FOR THE SPIRITUAL, MORAL, SOCIAL, AND ECONOMIC UPLIFT OF MANKIND AND ESPECIALLY THEIR OWN

a person to leave home and, for the sake of God, to undergo separation from friends and relatives. It also serves as a symbol of respect for the holy Pilgrimage accustoms p l a c e s o f G o d

frequented by the Holy Prophet of Islam (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). When visiting these sacred places the pilgrim experiences spiritual elation. The

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universal bond of Islamic brotherhood is also strengthened as pilgrims of worldwide nationalities gather together in a spirit of unity and harmony.

Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his son Ishmael (not Isaac as recorded in the Bible) who, in turn, resigned to being sacrificed under the belief that it The pilgrim offers the was the Will of God. sacrifice of an animal at We read in the Holy t h e e n d o f t h e Quran: pilgrimage which is A n d w h e n h e also done by Muslims (Ishmael) was old all over the world.This enough to run along i s d o n e i n with him (Abraham), r e m e m b r a n c e o f he said, `O my dear

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son, I have seen in a dream that I offer thee in sacrifice. So consider what thou think of it!' He replied, `O my father, do as thou art commanded; thou wilt find me, if Allah please steadfast in my faith.' And when they both submitted to the Will of God, and Abraham had thrown him down on his forehead, we

called to him `O Abraham thou hast indeed fulfilled the dream.' Thus indeed do we reward those who do good. T h e H o ly Q u r a n succinctly describes the significance of animal sacrifice. ‘Their flesh reaches not Allah, nor does their blood, but it is your righteousness that reaches Him.’

The act of sacrifice is symbolic reminding the person who offers it that as the animal is inferior to him so he, also inferior to God and therefore be ready to sacrifice himself and all his personal interests and inclinations for the sake of God when he is required to do so. The attainment of righteousness should be the goal of every Muslim. The Holy Quran states: ' Ve r i l y t h e m o s t honourable among you in the sight of Allah is the one who is most righteous among you.' Those who do well and act righteously shall have a great reward. Ve r i l y h e t r u l y prospers who purifies himself, and remembers the name of his Lord and offers

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prayers. The act of sacrifice is in no way atonement for the sins of the person making the sacrifice. Islam emphasises that no creature or person can atone for the sins of anyone else and, therefore, rejects the Christian Doctrine of Atonement which declares that Jesus atoned for the sins of mankind by shedding his blood on the cross.

and economic uplift of mankind and especially their own. If they make it a common cause and strive to manifest in themselves the attributes of God in accordance with the teachings and guidance of the Holy Quran and teachings of the Holy Prophet then, indeed, the message of Eid-uloccasion on which Azha would have Muslims everywhere borne fruit. are encouraged to make every kind of sacrifice for the spiritual, moral, social,

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about the volatility of the art world cum existential value it creates, the millions that are being spent in the getting of pictures on which the paint is scarcely dry and shot. It become a huge oligarch cal pissing and pit filling contest, with the annual art fair in Basel, Switzerland, it is most competitive and challenging arena. And Lagerfeld, antennae attuned to every wrinkle of the here and now, did not miss a trick with his Chanel/Basel mash-up today. Right there on the soundtrack: Jay-Z's " P i c a s s o B a b y, " w i t h i t s accompanying video ripe with images of art-world grandees lining up at the Pace Gallery in Chelsea so they could bask in Hova's glory. The Grand Palais was transformed into a gigantic whitewalled hangar of paintings and sculptures—quintessential Basel or Frieze—all seventy-five of them made by Lagerfeld during his Summer of Prodigious Creativity. He did not actually make them

himself—that feat would be too O his studio could realize the finished were identifiable, though he clev camellia, a pearl, a bottle of No. 5. S sold. Post show, he wearily insisted thousand times, just li

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Olympian even for Karl—but he drew the pieces or made maquettes so d product. Just like Jeff Koons.And, as with Koons, Karl's reference points verly twisted them so they each included some element of Chanel: a Some of them had red dots beside their titles, like they had already been d he had no intention of doing any such thing; he had already been asked a ike he had been asked to sign the whole lot.

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icily is proving a truly bottomless well of inspiration for Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.Today was their umpteenth collection drawing on yet another facet of Sicilian culture, in this case the island's interaction with Greece in the ancient world. Sounds kind of academic, but it was not. Dolce and Gabbana are designers, after all, not history teachers. So when they used old photographs of ruined amphitheaters as prints, they had a pleasing graphic quality. Ionic columns reproduced as heels on shoes were a flash of wit. So were the gold coins that exploded into chunky prizefighter-like corset belts, especially when those belts gripped delicate dresses petaled with Sicily's almond blossom.That hard/soft contrast is a signature, the same way that a woman in a bustier and black lace slip (she's a stock character in the designers' repertoire, and she reappeared here) is anything but vulnerable with her go-on-I-dare-you

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attitude.Women like Bianca Balti and Bianca B both front-row today.

Gabbana described the collection as "an u clothes embodied the blend of the real and th Perhaps that was why the designers invoked in that territory over and over again. But t exuberance here, unless you count some od pretty grounded, earthy feel to the collection blossoms started to fall.

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Brandolini d'Adda, in other words, who were

unconscious dream," in the sense that the he irrational that can only be found in dreams. d Federico Fellini, whose movies blazed trails there was scarcely Fellini's flavor of surreal dd alpaca wraps. Rather, there was actually a n; it was at its most ethereal when the almond

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"The press always needs a clear message ," Giorgio Armani announced at the conference for the Italian media that followed his show today. So that is what he gave them, with a muted presentation that was, for him at least, tightly edited down to two distinct stories. "A woman who's free to fly but can carry her own weight, gentle but gutsy" is how Armani defined the two faces of his collection. The gutsiness was summed by city suits: jackets and shorts or wrapped skirts. The freedom to fly came through in fabrics that started off sheer and steadily insinuated themselves in ever enveloping volumes, until a final outfit that was like a billowing highwayman's cape of silk. There are artists who rage as they age—like Picasso, for instance—but on the evidence of recent collections, Armani has adopted a much more serene attitude to the passage of time. The gentleness of the clothes today was enhanced by a palette of pale blues, grays, and pinks and delicate effects like streams of crystal tracing a watery trail across a chiffon top, or patterns that suggested faded watermarks, or blurry florals. It was distinctly

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ladylike, an impression that was, agai style semi-quiffs with which each m made an incongruous appearance models—his Three Graces, perhaps— swaths of silk georgette and topped rather like creatures from the Tony line Carla Sozzani's gallery in Corso C gesture—same with the kerchiefs a wearing—that underscored Armani's

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in, enhanced by the tousled eightiesmodel was cursed. That same decade when the designer sent a trio of —down the catwalk cloaked in vast d with huge square hats. They looked Viramontes drawings that currently Como. It was the kind of idiosyncratic a number of the models ended up s own enduring gutsiness.

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he prefix trans- means, among other things, "beyond" and "changing thoroughly." There's not much more you need to know about Raf Simons' show for Christian Dior today than that this was, according to his show notes, "Trans Dior." Of course, that is not strictly true. Whether you actually need to know it or not, you might like to know that the collection represented a

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startling dissection of Christian's codes, and an equally striking injection of Raf's. The bifurcated Bar jacket that launched the show was the barest statement of intent. And he is always liked badges and insignia—the emblems of clubs, gangs, tribes, youth cults—so it was fascinating to see him apply them to a clubhouse as heavily codified a s C h r i s t i a n D i o r. Equally, Simons took his own fascination with slogans, gave it a distinctly surreal spin, and embroidered it all over dresses p r i n t e d w i t h hy p e r- r e a l iterations of classic Dior flora. "Alice Garden" read one such slogan, and suddenly everything fell into place:The setting for the show, a psychedelic farrago of plant life real and fake, was the wonderland into which Alice fell. We were all down the rabbit hole. "Primrose path" read another embroidered slogan. As Raf himself wondered after his show, where might that path l e a d ?

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very hour the sun beams onto Earth more than enough energy to satisfy global energy needs for an entire year. Solar energy is the technology used to harness the sun's energy and make it u s e a b l e . To d ay, t h e technology produces less than one tenth of one percent of global energy

THE EARTH RECEIVES 174 PETA WATTS (PW) OF INCOMING SOLAR RADIATION AT THE UPPER ATMOSPHERE.

APPROXIMATELY 30% IS REFLECTED BACK TO SPACE WHILE THE REST IS ABSORBED BY CLOUDS, OCEANS AND

d e m a n d . Many people are familiar with so-called photovoltaic cells, or solar panels, found on things like spacecraft, rooftops, and handheld calculators. The cells are made of semiconductor materials like those found in computer chips. When sunlight hits the cells, it knocks electrons

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SOLAR ENERGY A RENEWABLE SOURCE loose from their atoms. As the electrons flow LAND MASSES. THE through the cell, they SPECTRUM OF SOLAR generate electricity. LIGHT AT THE EARTH'S very hour the sun beams SURFACE IS MOSTLY onto Earth more than SPREAD ACROSS THE enough energy to satisfy VISIBLE AND NEARglobal energy needs for INFRARED RANGES an entire year. Solar WITH A SMALL PART IN THE NEARenergy is the technology ULTRAVIOLET. used to harness the sun's energy and make it useable . Today, the

technology produces less than one tenth of one percent of global energy d e m a n d . Many people are familiar with so-called photovoltaic cells, or solar panels, found on things like spacecraft, rooftops, and handheld calculators. The cells are made of semiconductor materials like those found in computer chips.

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When sunlight hits the cells, it knocks electrons loose from their atoms. As the electrons flow through the cell, they generate electricity.

power system where sunlight is focused with mirrors to create a highintensity heat source to produce steam or mechanical power to run a Photovoltaic (PV) solar generator that creates cells directly convert electricity. sunlight into electricity. On a much larger scale, The simplest cells are solar thermal power u s e d t o o p e r a t e plants employ various w r i s t w a t c h e s a n d techniques to concentrate calculators, and more the sun's energy as a heat complicated systems are source. The heat is then used to light houses. PV used to boil water to drive cells are combined into a steam turbine that modules called arrays, generates electricity in and the number of arrays used determines the amount of electricity produced. For example, a large number of arrays would be needed to generate electricity for a power plant. A power plant can also use a concentrating solar

much the same fashion as coal and nuclear power plants, supplying electricity for thousands of people. In one technique, long troughs of U-shaped mirrors focus sunlight on a pipe of oil that runs through the middle. The hot oil then boils water for electricity generation. Another technique uses moveable mirrors to focus the sun's rays on a collector tower, where a receiver sits. Molten salt flowing through the receiver is heated to run a g e n e r a t o r. Other solar technologies are passive. For example, big windows placed on the sunny side of a building allow sunlight to heat-absorbent materials

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Solar energy is lauded as an inexhaustible fuel source that is pollution and often noise free. The technology is also versatile. For example, solar cells generate energy for far-out places like satellites in Earth orbit and cabins deep in the Rocky Mountains as easily as they can power downtown buildings and

futuristic cars. But solar energy doesn't work at night without a storage device such as a batter y, and cloudy weather can make the technology unreliable during the day. Solar technologies are also ver y expensive and require a lot of land area to collect the sun's energy at rates useful to lots of people.

Despite the drawbacks, solar energy use has surged at about 20 percent a year over the past 15 years, thanks to rapidly falling prices and gains in efficiency. Japan, Germany, and the United States are major markets for solar cells. With tax incentives, solar electricity can often pay for itself in five to ten years.

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verseas Nationals, for any country, are truly the ambassadors of the home country. They represent the home countr y in ever y means. Overseas Pakistanis have helped to keep the culture and traditions alive no matter which part of the world they are residing in. May it be th Basant, Eid celebrations, 14 August Independence Day, wedding styles, Chand raat, Ramadan. It's amazing to see how they celebrate all these events irrespective of the consequences they could face from the local governments. Local Pakistani communities live in unity and are always ready to help.

One of the famous name that all of us has proud on him is Jameel who is a Norwegian Pakistan, his participation in social activities

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refers to different mechanisms for the public to express opinions - and ideally exert influence - regarding political, economic, management or other social decisions. Participatory decision making can take place along any realm of human social activity, including economic , political , management, cultural , or familial . Jameel try for well-informed participation to occur, he argued that some version of transparency, e.g. radical transparency, is necessary, but not sufficient. He says that people are most affected by a decision, so the decision making is a very sensitive issue. Jameel activities were motivated for an administrative perspective or a citizen perspective on a governmental, corporate or social level. From the administrative viewpoint, he tried to build public support activities so it can educate the

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public about the political awareness and activities. It can also facilitate useful information exchange regarding local conditions. Furthermore, he has often a legally mandated. From the citizen viewpoint, Jameel enables individuals and groups to influence in decisions to choose their representatives in a presentational manner. HE well participated and make influence the relation between citizen and their local government, how it increases trust and boosts people willingness to participate in election in Pakistan in a good manner. Jameel is one of them who like democracy, promote democracy and have ability to do anything for public w e l f a r e i n a l e g a l w ay. Although there are numbers of Pakistanis leaving home country to reside abroad, to emerge the name of Pakistan as a peaceful and sovereign nation, their hearts still beat for the motherland. They may be physically present in any part of the world but they are emotionally attached to Pakistan. It's the feeling that they cannot and will not want detach. It's the feeling of being a Pakistani

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While talking to EMAL Magazine he explore his inner thoughts. How do you balance your work and personal life? I am always hearing complaints from my high achieving friends about their struggles with balancing their lives. Trying to juggle home, work, friends, achievement, personal downtime, etc. can definitely take its toll and make you feel pulled in all sorts of directions. It doesn't have to be this way. The very concept of achieving balance is a big part of the problem. The idea of balance means that all of our activities must get equivalent time and attention to be perfect. Life is just not that way and you really don't want it to be.You want to do the things that give you the most gratification and reward and you want to stop doing the things that drain you and make you feel bad. Balancing these will force you to give equal time to all activity regardless of reason..

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What techniques do you use in crisis intervention? No one crisis intervention method will work with all clients, or even all the time with any one client. There are many different family structures, compositions, and culturally related belief systems. The eclectic crisis worker tries to understand and respect these diversities in families. What are your opinions on the current welfare system? In some places welfare system is unfair to everyone, to taxpayers who must pick up the bill for failed programs, to society, whose mediating institutions of community and family are increasingly pushed aside, and most of all to the poor themselves, who are trapped in a system that destroys opportunity for themselves and hope for their children. We should change the entire social welfare system. This includes eliminating food stamps, subsidized housing, and all the rest. Individuals

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who are unable to fully support themselves and their families through the job market must, once again, learn to rely on supportive family, church, community, or private charity to bridge the gap.

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TORE OPDAL HANSEN MAYOR OF DRAMMEN I'm pleased you have chosen Drammen as your new home and I'm confident that you will contribute to the development of Norway is a very long and narrow country situated at the northern tip of Europe. It extends 1 770 km/1 100 miles from south to north, a distance equal to that from Oslo to Rome or from New York to Miami, crossing the Polar Circle at about 2/3 of the length. Its ragged coastline measures 19 950 km/12 400 miles and once upon a time inspired the Vikings to name the country Norway, i.e. the way to the North.

During the last decades, however, Norway has made itself visible to the rest of the world through its innovative ideas and technologies, its booming oil industry a n d a c t i v e participation in areas such as environmental protection and energy management. Today cultural life in Norway finds expression in a variety of different fields such as the theatre, films, music, painting, arts and crafts, folk dancing and literature.

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DRAMMEN One of the larger city of Norway. In 2008 Drammen won the prestigious prize for the best city development in Europe Norway's waterfront capital Oslo is buffered by heather-strewn islands and dense wedges of tranquil woodlands. The splintered shards that form the listening Oslo Opera House showcase the city's cosmopolitan character. Brightly coloured wood-panel houses flank Bergen's bustling harbour; its cluster of museums and galleries distinguish it as Norway's cultural capital. The northern city of Tromso is enveloped by snowcapped mountains and birch trees. Shrouded

in perpetual darkness in winter, it dazzles defiantly under the ethereal shimmer of the Northern Lights. Drammen which is one of the larger city of Norway, and lies about 40 kilometres (25 mi) from the capital of Norway, Oslo. The city centre lies at the end of a valley, on both sides of the Drammenselva River, and where the river meets the Drammensfjord. Drammen is also the main harbour for car and fruit import in Norway. Drammen is an industrial city in

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Buskerud County, of Norway. It is the home of more than 65 000 people, but the city is the regional capital of an area with 160,000 people. Drammen has a multicultural population, where about 20% of the population has an i m m i g r a n t background. This puts a diverse and colourful

touch to the urban landscape. Tore Opdal Hansen is a Norwegian politician, presently mayor of Drammen, was born in august 4 -1956. He has been a member of Drammen City Council from 1980. He is the mayor of Drammen since 2003. Hansen has been a

popular mayor and had the support of the other non-socialist parties in Drammen. Hansen was in the military in 1978, before he became mayor; Hansen took a specialized course in marketing. He has sold cars and had serve as a truck driver in 1979. Drammen is an international city and 25% of the population is of immigrant origin, more than 16,000 people are from close to 140 countries. The impact of this can be seen in cultural festivals and events, in theatres, music and art, businesses and trade. Drammen is growing, international, vibrant city with great diversity. The city offers a unique mix of

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urban qualities, with culture and life in the city and recreation and adventures in the woods or along the river. Mayor have focused on urban development, benefiting today from this, that people are moving to Drammen and that businesses find attractive city and re g i o n . D r a m m e n should be an inclusive city, where all citizens are viewed as resources. Tore Opdal Hansen has been involved extensively in Town Mountain the most multicultural city of Drammen. Sports halls, upgrading Fjell School and beautification of the district's streets and green spaces measures in focus. But

most impor tantly, measures to reduce poverty, and has set a goal to improve living conditions for the inhabitants of Fjell. Hansen for long time has supported that the Muslims can get their

mosque at Fjell.

His message for Drammen I'm pleased you have chosen Drammen as your new home and I'm confident that you will contribute to the

development of our city. We are proud of our diversity and intend to use this as an asset i n f u t u r e development of the city. Diversity drives creativity and

innovation and enriches the city's social, economic, and cultural vibrancy. As Mayor of Drammen I am committed to building a city that is prosperous, liveable

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and provides opportunity for all its residents. Once again, thank you for choosing Drammen.... EMAL magazine took the interview of this glorious and versatile personality. Drammen has had an amazing d eve l o p m e n t i n recent years with you as mayor, how would you describe Drammen now? Drammen has developed from being a city with a very bad reputation, to be named the city with the best development. I have been involved in the development of Drammen for 10 years as mayor and 34 years as a local politician. So for me it has been an

incredible journey to see the development of this city. To develop a city like Drammen, it is needed major projects, over time, hard work and it is then you will see the results. Drammen has developed from a city w i t h s m a l l investments, to a city where wealthy people want to do business. Drammen is a colourful city with people from different ethnic backgrounds, how do you as the Mayor

try to be visible among these people? It is important for me to be the mayor for each and every citizen of Drammen as 25 % of the population in Drammen is from another ethical background then Norway. I a lw ay s t r y t o participate in different arrangements, organized by these people, and always aim for my future plans, for the city, for the whole

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population, where these 25 % is an important part of. As mayor, what projects have helped you to get through to develop multi-cultural Drammen? N o r w ay a n d Drammen are new when it comes to having to deal with foreigners. The most important thing I have tried to communicate to the people of Drammen that you can be a citizen of Drammen on many different ways. Independent of your religion, culture and colour, my main focus has to work for inclusion.

quota of immigrants in public jobs in Drammen. I have also put on big efforts to develop FJELL in Drammen, where over 70 % of the people h av e a d i f f e r e n t ethnical background then Norway. My main goal for this area is to reduce the percentage of poverty and develop the area to the same level as the rest of Drammen. You recently met the former prime minister of Pakistan, Youssef Raza Gilani, how Some of the specific was the meeting? things that I have done I have, had visit from is to increase the many different famous Pakistani in the past,

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like Aitzaz Ahsen, former president and now Mr. Gilani. This was a very casual meeting where we had dinner and I showed him Drammen city. The prime minister appreciated the visit and thanked the hosts. Why did you choose to become a politician? I have always had a burning interest for the society and people. I started as a local politician, for me politics was an interest. I enjoy the variation in the work and to feel that I am doing something for the people.

What do you feel is the most important thing as politician? As a politician you always have to work 100 % to deliver. You have to show a credible face to your voters, and always see the long term effect of your decisions. I feel that me and my party have delivered to the people of Drammen, that is why we in the last election got 50% of the voter's vote.

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TRICKS TO REMOVE BODY HAIR AT HOME

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re you lusting for smooth, soft hairless skin but are too lazy or too busy to go out and get waxed? Also you don't want to use hair removing creams as they come with their own list of side effects. Don't worry, just follow these simple tricks; sitting at home and get rid of your excess body hair without any pain. All the tricks mentioned below have proved effective for hair removal, some instantly while others gradually. Try them yourself and see the difference.

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PUMICE STONE

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slow method to remove hair is scrubbing with pumice stone after applying soap every day. This will take some time, but your hair will gradually reduce and diminish.

LEMON & HONEY

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pply a paste made of mixture of 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice and 4 teaspoons honey in the direction of hair growth. Rinse after fifteen minutes. Do it twice a week

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TURMERIC & MILK

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ix turmeric powder with milk and apply on the face. Slowly scrub it off, moving your fingers in a circular motion. Splash your face with cold water.

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pply a mixture of Gram Flour (besan) and Turmeric (haldi) with a little water on your face. When it dries, rub it off gently. This will remove excess facial hair and also leave the skin glowing.

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LEMON JUICE & HONEY

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se natural bleach like Lemon with an equal amount of honey. Wash it after fifteen minutes

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ake a sticky paste with one blended egg white, 1 tablespoon of sugar and 1/2 tablespoon of corn flour. Apply it to your face like a mask. Peel it off, once dry.

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he winter scene is quite interesting. In the morning the sky remains foggy. There is also cold. Wind blows from the north. The sun appears very late in the morning. The sun light is also not hot. The weather is quite pleasant. Cold season comes after the dewy season. Hence, there are no more clouds in they sky. The winter sky is clear and blue. Paths are dry and they are open to all places, sun is mild and warm. No kind of epidemic is found in this season.The peasants are full of mirth. They reap their rich harvest. The winter crops grow in plenty. Winter is a season of fruits. many kinds of fruit come to the market. The Winter Season is a preparatory season for the spring This season is full of beautiful sconces. The gelid drops of dew fall on the green turfs. They, look as beautiful as pearls. The colours of rising sun is deep-red. The sun gives rise to golden colour in the

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fallen drops of dew. Different kinds of flower bloom in different colours. Some flowers are milk-white, some are coral-red, some are skyblue, some are green and some are yellow and golden. After a dew-wash, they look fresh and bright.The model in this shoot is seems like a colourful flower which blossoms , her dress show the arrival of winter so It is again time to prepare yourselves the winter

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LARRY FOGG

EMAL TRAVELLING ROUND THE WORLD

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r Larry Fogg was born in 1943 and grew up on his parent's farm in Ohio, USA. He was active in several local Ohio youth organizations and became an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. Larry moved to California in 1965 and was an engineer for more that thirty years at the McDonnell Douglas and Boeing Corporations. Larry retired from Boeing during 1999 and his current hobbies are p h o t o g r a p h y , woodworking and adventure travel. Although Larry traveled for work, he seldom had an opportunity for local sightseeing. Since retirement, Larry usually travels alone and has traveled extensively to many countries worldwide and enjoys experiencing different cultures and meeting many new friends. We are glad to tell our readers that Mr larry is a

part of team EMAL now and is now travelling round the world as correspondent of EMAL magazine, we will provide you ever y month a new place with new experience and suggestion from our coordinator Mr Larry which will help if you are a traveler, During

2006, Larry's daughter designed a website (LarryFoggTravels.com) for his extensive holiday travels.

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He was considered as one of the pioneering Rock n' Roll stars of Pakistan

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aheed Murad (2 October 1938 -- 23 November 1983) was a legendary Pakistani film actor, producer and script w r i t e r. Wa h e e d i s considered to be one of the most famous and influential actors of subcontinent. Born in Sialkot, British India (now Pakistan), he was the only child of well-off film distributor Mr. Nisar Murad. He got early education from Karachi

Grammar School, Karachi, did graduation from S.M. Arts College Karachi, and then masters in English literature from University of Karachi. He is well known for his charming expressions, attractive personality, tender voice and unusual talent for acting in films. In 1967, he appeared as leading actor in masterpieces like Devar bhabi, Doraha, Insaaniyat and 'Maan baap. Devar bhabi is considered as

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one of his best movies and completed 50 weeks in the cinemas. The story of Devar bhabi is based on IndoPak's unjust social thoughts and norms. Insaaniyat is also considered as one of his best movies in which he played a role of a dedicated doctor. His romantic style of acting made him popular amongst the young cinema viewers of South Asia. One of his blockbuster film was Armaan, which was produced by him, made a pivotal impact on the sub-continental film industry such that the Pakistani film industry was considered as the

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highest number of platinum, diamond, golden a n d s i l ve r j u b i l e e s . In November 2010, 27 years after his death, Pakistani president Asif Zardari awarded him the Sitara-e-Imtiaz, the "star of excellence," an honour given for distinguished merit in the fields of literature, arts, sports, medicine, or science. rising sun and this film made him a superstar overnight. Once, in an interview in 1967, he said that Dilip Kumar, too, was not an immortal actor. Waheed was known as a cheque which could be cashed any where in the country and is the only actor of film industry to secure the

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PASTA MEDLEY 30 Minutes 2-4 People

APPETIZER

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Recipe Ingredients Twist Pasta boiled½ packet Celery stick1 Chicken breast2 Pistachios chopped25 gm Garlic 2 – 3 cloves Carrot1 Crushed black pepper1 tsp Fruit vinegar1 tbsp Cream cheese3 tbsp Oil3 – 4 tbsp Mayonnaise3 – 4 tbsp Salt to taste Recipe Method 1. Heat 3 – 4 tbsp oil in a wok, add chopped garlic and sauté till golden brown. 2. Now add chicken breast and fry till its color is changed. 3. Then add chopped pistachios, cream cheese, celery stick and fruit vinegar. Fry for 2 – 3 minutes. 4. Add carrot cut into juliennes, salt to taste, crushed black pepper and 3 – 4 tbsp mayonnaise.

5. Mix well, lastly add boiled pasta and toss till pasta is well coated. Dish it out and serve

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PESHAWARI CHAPLI KABAB 30 Minutes 2-4 People

MAIN COURSE

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Recipe Ingredients · · · ·

Beef Mince ½ kg Butter 2 ounce Crushed red pepper 1 tbsp Crushed coriander seeds 1 tbsp · Crushed cumin seeds 1 tsp · Pomegranate seeds crushed 1 tbsp · Wheat flour 3 tbsp

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Eggs 2 Spring onion chopped2 Tomato sliced1 Coriander leaves chopped 2 tbsp · Green chilies chopped 4 · Salt 1½ tsp · Ghee for frying

RECIPE METHOD 1. In a bowl mix together ½ kg mince, 2 ounces butter, 1 tbsp crushed red pepper, 1 tbsp crushed coriander seeds, 1 tsp crushed cumin seeds, 1 tbsp crushed pomegranate seeds, 3 tbsp wheat flour, 2 eggs, 2 chopped spring onion, 2 tbsp chopped coriander leaves, 4 chopped green chilies, 1 ½ tsp salt and mix well. 1. Keep aside for 1 hour, shape into big kababs, shallow fry in ghee, and fix 1 slice of tomato onto each kabab before frying. Fry till light golden in color 2. .The delicious chapli kebabs are ready to serve.

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GAJAR KA HALWA 30 Minutes 2-3 People

DESSERT

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RECIPE METHOD Take a microwave proof mixing bowl and put 1 cup milk and 4 tbsp of sugar and mix it well. Now add 500 grams shredded carrot, 1/2 tsp of cardamom powder and 6 tbsp clarified butter and mix it well. Then put bowl in Microwave and bake it on 100% for 10 minutes. Now take out bowl and stir and put it back for 5 minutes. In the end kewra and mix. Dish it out and garnish it with khoya.

RECIPE INGREDIENTS 500 gm Carrot shredded 1cup Milk 1/2cup Khoya few drops Kevra water 1/2 tsp Cardamom powder 4 tbsp Sugar 6 tbsp Clarified butter

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WINTER 2013 & 2014

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ants, although they were worn for centuries in domestic activities, have become part of women's fashion until 1913, when designer Paul Poiret created the first pair of trousers - harem pants i n s p i r e d b y Scheherazade. In 1969 Charlotte Reid was the first woman to wear pants in the political

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LATEST TRENDS space, the United States Congress. Currently pants are equally useful and act like a pair of socks, and designers compete in every season give us designs and cuts which not only delight with originality, but we also emphasize fe m i n i n i t y. B e h o l d trends in pants for the 2013-2014 winter season.

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he lines that stands out in size are adored by designers this season. The more interesting part is that we meet on most models high-waisted pants: harem, up or male. A reason to integrate them in our wardrobe this fall.

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nother trend that I adored this season is represented pants with masculine cut, with straight lines and very large. Wear very high heels. They will be able to create a unique contrast in the outfit, perfect to impress with elegance even in a business environment.

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e can only rejoice that a trend that resists the charts a few good seasons is found now on the catwalks. Most designers had at least one model of leather pants, but the majorities were tight, highlighting the female line of the leg, being present in both casual-chic.

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nother reason to celebrate is given by existing sticker on the catwalks designers. Their comfort here it is again considered, and turned into style by special models with prints and high-waisted.

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y now, many of you will have watched the various parts of Thor,The Dark World is a sequel to this. Now here comes a new TV spot which features chunks we have seen but also a few new snippets, including a longer look at Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) confronting Thor (Chris Hemsworth) about why he did not find her when he was on Earth with the Avengers and some extra battle scenes, flying cars! Just not the way we had want them. Thor fights to restore order across the cosmos but an ancient race led by the vengeful Malekith returns to plunge the universe back into darkness. Faced with an enemy that even Odin and Asgard cannot withstand, Thor must embark on his most perilous and personal journey yet, one that will reunite him with Jane Foster and force him to sacrifice everything to s a v e u s a l l . A sequel, Thor The Dark World, is set for release on November 8 2013.

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nspired by true events, the film gives a fresh and stylized perspective on the current situation that Pakistan faces. The film is going to be a visual treat for the cinema goers and the plot shall take them on a roller coaster r i d e .

anticipated film in the history of Pakistan, but to be based on true events. And, for once, the Hollywoodstyle hyperbole can be excused. The feature-length action thriller called Waar, is e a g e r l y aw a i t e d , despite being out of tune with the trend for movies packed with singing and A first look at d a n c i n g . Pakistan's most likely feature film 'WAAR' . One major difference It claims to not only with the traditional b e t h e m o s t fare is the lack of song

and dance routines. Director Bilal Lashari, who studied filmmaking in California, says: “There was just no question, even if people were telling me: 'How can you do without them?' For audiences here, it is going to be a complete 180 degree s h i f t . F ro m cinematography to style of acting, it is different from what has gone before. He also said Pakistan needs to “recreate” its cinema. “Everyone here has been following Bollywood

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but the best we can ever come up with is going to be a B grade knock off.We need to c re a t e o u r ow n i d e n t i t y , ” The film has been produced by Mind Works Media with H u n t L ow r y, producer of “Donnie Darko” and Warner Bross smash hit “A Walk to Remember” and numerous other well known films. The English-language film Waar has been shot at various locations in and o u t s i d e o f Pakistan, from the beautiful hills of

Islamabad to the second best tourist destination in Pakistan, Lahore to the fascinating valley of Swat in the Northern Areas of Pakistan, where a major military operation was launched two years ago. But most of the scenes and script are based around locations in Islamabad. Some parts of the film have also been shot in I s t a n b u l Tu r k e y. The soundtrack of this one of it's kind film has been done by Qayaas. “Inquilaab, K h a y a a l

and Pal are part of the sound track ”says Khurram Waqar, the lead guitarist of the band.The presence of Qayaas in the film makes the project sound even more interesting.

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inda Bhaag is a film about three young men trying to escape the reality of their everyday lives and succeeding in ways they had least expected. In a n o n d e s c r i p t neighbourhood of Lahore, three friends are desperate to get on to the fast track to success. Khaldi, Taambi and Chitta, all in their Producer : Mazhar Zaidi Writers: Ms. Gaur and Mr. Nabi early twenties, believe Directors : Meenu Gaur and Farjad Nabi that the only way out is Produced by: Matteela Films, to the West. The journey that unfolds Pakistan - a sense of properly – this album through the story of e n t i t l e m e n t t h a t would already have this film gives us a peep cannot be fulfilled, been a massive hit. into what constitutes d e s p e r a t i o n t o Amna Ilyas, playing the the everyday in the s o m e h o w p r o v e romantic lead and a lives of many young themselves in the face budding entrepreneur, men and women in of all legitimate doors is decent in her being locked and an performance – just Zinda Bhaag is a ennui which they wished she looked half film about three fe e l from t h e re i s n o as good as she does on young men g e t a w a y . the ramp or shoots. trying to escape Zinda Bhaag also Starring Naseeruddin the reality of boasts one of the best Shah is a powerhouse their everyday film soundtracks to actor and is just lives and c o m e o u t f r o m flawless in a character succeeding in Pakistan in the recent of an area don, which ways they had times and if the movie has been written with least expected w a s m a r k e t e d him in mind.

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he film was directed and written by Rakesh Roshan, which stars Hrithik Roshan, Priyanka Chopra, Kangana Ranaut and Vivek Oberoi in pivotal roles. The film will continue the story of Rohit Mehra and his superhero son Karris, after Koi Mil Gaya (2003) and Krrish (2006), this being the third film in the Krish film s e r i e s . In Krish 3, after defeating the villainous Dr. Siddhant Arya, and bringing his father Rohit back from the dead, Krrish continued fighting against evil and saving innocent lives. Krishna is living a happily married life with Priya, while Rohit is using his scientific brilliance to benefit society. Krish is everyone's favourite and

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The film was supposed to have been released along with its 3D format on Diwali, November 4, 2013. However, due to lack of time to convert the film to 3D, Rakesh Roshan later confirmed that the film will be released only in the 2D format. The film has been rescheduled to be released on November 1, 2013

s u p e r h e ro s av i o u r. Unknown to them, a dark force is growing in another part of the world, Kaal, an evil genius, is selfishly misusing his powers to spread fear, death, pains, pangs and destruction. Besides, he is being assisted by an army of very dangerous beings, which he has created himself. Not long after Kaal's plans are put into action, both Rohit and Krrish find themselves faced with a crisis of epic proportions, which only they can resolve, together. But when they finally cross paths with Kaal and his army, neither of them is prepared for what is lying ahead. Kaal not only brings the world to the brink of disaster, he also puts the strength and love of Krishna and his family to the test. Krrish has to somehow find the power within to face an unbeatable foe. The greatest battle between darkness and light begins... This Diwali, KRRISH will spread the light on November 1st 2 0 1 3 . The film was supposed to have been released along with its 3D format on Diwali, November 4, 2013. However, due to lack of time to convert the film to 3D, Rakesh Roshan later confirmed that the film will be released only in the 2D format. The film has been rescheduled to be released on November 1, 2013

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PAK-DUTCH PAIR OPEN TENNIS TOURNAMENT On Sunday, Aisam and Rojer severely punished any errors by Bjorkman and Lindstedt. The Swedes had a good start, but having missed the opportunity to serve an early break, the match quickly slipped out of their grasp

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he Pak-Dutch pair won against the host country's doubles team Bjorkman and Lindstedt with 6-2 and 6-2, claiming the second title of the season. On Sunday, Aisam and Rojer severely punished any errors by Bjorkman and Lindstedt. The Swedes had a good star t, but having missed the opportunity to serve an early break, the match quickly slipped out of their grasp.

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Instead, it was Aisam and Rojer who managed to acquire a service break in the first set. They then broke the Swedish duo's serve twice in each set, holding their own throughout the match. “It was tough out t h e r e t o d ay,” Bjorkman said after the game. “ T h e y p l ay e d better and at a

very high level. They became too difficult.” The latest victory of Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi and JeanJulien Rojer has brightened the chances of the pair's participation in the next month's event of ATP World Tour.

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