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Assalam O alaikum

*Welcome Back Dr.Ma'am
InshAllah enjoy your stay
its 4:39 Pm here In Pakistan...!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

Topic: BAT

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Shahrukh Khan said:

sun_shine said:

Shahrukh Khan said:

sun_shine said:

Assalam O Alaikum

*I Think Sialkot say achay bats mil saktay hain apko
May be 100-3000 maximum...!



walekum salaam..koi website mil sakti hai?? aur recommended by players wale bats mil jayiengey??


*website ka hamain maloom nahi
but let me try InshAllah

*bats Recommended By Players
Bro every bat is good
jab us say century ban jaye lolz...!



every bat,,hmmm plastic wala bat not good aik afghani mere club main uske paas recomended by afridi tha tu kafi acha tha


*I Think jis Level pe Aap Cricket kheltay hain Wahan Plastic bat ka Koi concept Nahi jee
I Think Player pe depend karta hain n kismat too
bat se koi fark nahi Parta...!
Mostly I've seen MRF bats..!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

Topic: BAT

sun_shine

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Shahrukh Khan said:

sun_shine said:

Assalam O Alaikum

*I Think Sialkot say achay bats mil saktay hain apko
May be 100-3000 maximum...!



walekum salaam..koi website mil sakti hai?? aur recommended by players wale bats mil jayiengey??


*website ka hamain maloom nahi
but let me try InshAllah

*bats Recommended By Players
Bro every bat is good
jab us say century ban jaye lolz...!

Posted 05 Mar 2009

Topic: Shaadi

sun_shine

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Yaa Right

*its fine.at the end apki and apkay Life partner ki life most Important hain.

*Friends main yeh kehna kay yeh alag zaat hain etc its very bad.In Asia aisa Mostly Nahi hota Alhamdulilah
like i've friends of different Religions and different
Regions.

Lolz Right jee

Posted 05 Mar 2009

Topic: BAT

sun_shine

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Assalam O Alaikum

*I Think Sialkot say achay bats mil saktay hain apko
May be 100-3000 maximum...!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

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*yaa Right
poori zimedaari Govt pe aati hain aur aani Bhi chahiye
ek Tv channel pe aik Msg tha k
"Govt 16 Players ki hifazat na kar saki tho 16 crore awaam ki kya hifazat karaigi"Lolz
sirf 12 boys Itni bari Headlines bana gaye...!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

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*May be its a Political plan or something else.
Posted 05 Mar 2009

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*Most welcome lil sis...!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

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*my pleasure...!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

Topic: Islam ki beti

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*yaa very well said...!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

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Assalam O Alaikum

*Home work lolz...!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

Topic: Shaadi

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Asian said:

sun_shine said:

Asian said:

kaya app kissy ghair mulk walay se shaadi ker saktay ho?



Assalam O Alaikum

*Yaa kar tho saktay hain
If he/she is a good Muslim then is say Koi fark nahi parta kay woh konsay country say hain
But is main kafi problems hain.
Suppose like i am an Afghan girl
it would be very difficult for me to adjust in an Arab or pakistani family coz Hamara Culture bilkul different hain.
But if the Person is Living alone then its easy to adjust with him.
but agar Apko Poori Family kay sath aik sath rehna hain Tho Personally I Think its very difficult...!


walakum salam

soochay wali baat hai


meai hoon Punjabi bunny , jis se dil laga woh hai patan aur us ke family be Afgani culture se hai

mujay koi farak nahi parta likin kabi kabi loogon ke ignorance deek ker soochti hoon ke kaya hum achay muslimaan hai?

abb deeko pakistani police woh be reports litkay wakat deektay hai koi punjabi hai ya patan?

galat hai likin abhi tak be racism chalti hai loogon meai

pashtu meai mota tiger kesay boltay hai?

aur aur kala khan meai be zara cheeron



*Yaa Right jee
Its Right.Muslim hona shart hain baki woh person kisi Bhi region say ho,is say koi fark nahi Parta.
Like Ap apnay life partner k sath Uk main rahaingi
InshAllah ,so its easy for you
ab agar aisa Hota k Apko us Person ki family k sath rehna parta,then apko thora si problems hoti.
yaa Racism tho chalti hi rehti hain
and One thing k logo k Negative attitude ko kabhi Imporantance na dey Coz woh chahtay hi yehi hain k apko bura lagay.
Wish You all the Very Best InshAllah

Mota ---Pandh
Tiger----Prang if i am not wrong

Mota Tiger....pandh Prang lolz...!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

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Assalam O alaikum

*Nice jee
Posting and Talking to Friend...!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

Topic: Shaadi

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Asian said:

kaya app kissy ghair mulk walay se shaadi ker saktay ho?



Assalam O Alaikum

*Yaa kar tho saktay hain
If he/she is a good Muslim then is say Koi fark nahi parta kay woh konsay country say hain
But is main kafi problems hain.
Suppose like i am an Afghan girl
it would be very difficult for me to adjust in an Arab or pakistani family coz Hamara Culture bilkul different hain.
But if the Person is Living alone then its easy to adjust with him.
but agar Apko Poori Family kay sath aik sath rehna hain Tho Personally I Think its very difficult...!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

Topic: Present

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*Thanks Miss Lildude

*Present...!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

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Shahrukh Khan said:

hootout in Lahore

'I felt a bullet fizz past my ear'

When you have been through what we have experienced, when you have been targeted by terrorists yourself and been so fortunate to escape, it changes your thinking.



Kumar Sangakkara

March 4, 2009

     
'Our families will never feel the same about us leaving to play in Pakistan' © AFP


As I dictate this article we are preparing to fly home. It's been a long day and we can't wait to return home to our families. We were shaken badly, obviously. Pakistan has a reputation for being unstable in the recent past, but we never expected to be caught up in something like this. I am still shocked that a sports team could be targeted in this manner.

We had always felt pretty safe in Pakistan, to be honest. It shows how naïve we were. We realise now that sports people and cricketers are not above being attacked. All the talk that "no one would target cricketers" seems so hollow now. Far from being untouchable, we are now prize targets for extremists. That's an uncomfortable reality we have to come to terms with.

Tuesday started as just another day in Lahore: a morning report to the fitness trainer to check our hydration levels, a quick breakfast and cup of coffee and an 8.30am departure to the ground. We were all looking forward to the third day's play and trying to win the series. Our chief concern was how to wheedle out 19 Pakistan wickets on another true batting pitch.

Our team bus left with three to four police cars in a convoy with around 12 policeman and security officers, including motorbike outriders. Along the route road junctions were cleared and side roads closed to ensure we passed through the traffic easily. It was standard security for teams in this region and we had no worries as we travelled to the stadium.

The bus was full of the normal banter. Players traded stories, mostly about Lahore shopping, and cracked jokes. Others chatted about the cricket and the crucial first session. Then, as we approached the large roundabout before the Gaddafi Stadium, we suddenly heard a noise like a firecracker. The bus came to a halt and some of the guys jumped out of their seats to see what was happening. Then came the shout: "They are shooting at us!"

From the front I heard the screams to "get down, get down" and we all hit the deck. Within seconds we are all sprawled along the floor, lying on top of each other and taking shelter below the seats. The gunfire became louder, we heard explosions (which I understand now were hand grenades) and bullets started to flash through the bus.

I was sitting next to Thilan Samaraweera and close to the young Tharanga Paranavitana. For some reason I moved my head to get a better view and a split second later I felt a bullet fizz past my ear into the vacant seat. Fortunately, as a team, we remained quite calm. No one panicked. After what must have been two minutes standing still, we urged the driver to make a run for the stadium just a few hundred metres away: "Go, go, go" we shouted.

The truth is we owe our lives to the courageous Mohammad Khalil, the driver. I will forever be grateful to him. The tyres of the bus had been shot out and he was in grave personal danger, exposed to gunfire at the front of the bus. But he was hell-bent on getting us to safety and, somehow, he got us moving again. Had Khalil not acted with such courage and presence of mind most of us would have been killed.

Standing still next to the roundabout we were sitting ducks for the 12 gunmen. We only found out afterwards that a rocket launcher just missed us as we began moving and turned for the stadium gates, the rocket blowing up an electricity pylon. Khalil saw a hand grenade tossed at us that failed to explode. Someone must have been looking over us because right now it seems a miracle we survived.

As we moved towards the stadium, Tharanga announced he was hit as he sat up holding his chest. He collapsed onto his seat and I feared the worst. Incredibly, the bullet hit his sternum at such an angle that it did not penetrate. He was fine. Shortly afterwards Thilan complained of a numbness in his leg, which we later found out was a bullet wound.

Thilan and Tharanga were the worst hit. Just before reaching safety I felt a dull ache in my shoulder. Shards of metal, shrapnel, were lodged in the muscle. After being quickly evacuated to the dressing room the paramedics attended to those with minor wounds. My cuts were cleaned. Ajantha Mendis had several shards of metal removed from his head and neck after his hair was shaved off. Paul Farbrace, our assistant coach, had a large piece of shrapnel removed from his arm. Mahela [Jayawardene] had a minor cut to his ankle. After a while we started to calm down, and the phones started ringing.

When the tour was first announced while we were playing in Bangladesh, we had discussed security concerns with the Sri Lanka cricket board. Our own board had originally asked for a longer tour, asking for two extra ODIs, but we requested a shortened tour, an independent assessment of the security situation, some security guarantees, and proper insurance covering terrorist attacks.
                      
   
Standing still next to the roundabout we were sitting ducks for the 12 gunmen. We only found out afterwards that a rocket launcher just missed us as we began moving and turned for the stadium gates, the rocket blowing up an electricity pylon. Khalil saw a hand grenade tossed at us that failed to explode. Someone must have been looking over us because right now it seems a miracle we survived

               

We were promised "Head of State" security and we were satisfied with this. We also wanted to play cricket in Pakistan. Nevertheless, with hindsight, we probably underestimated the security threat. In future, we need to very seriously consider how best to better tackle the issue of security in a new post-Lahore reality. We need to consider a more centralised and independent system for assessing security and a more open sharing of security information, not just between boards but with FICA and the players.

From a Pakistan perspective, it is tragic this has happened. Pakistan is a great country with a strong cricket tradition and very hospitable people. We like playing cricket here, but the presence of a small minority pursuing their own agendas at any cost will surely prevent tours for the foreseeable future. I sincerely hope that a solution can be found with time but assume Pakistan will first need a neutral venue solution for their home games.

Will I go back? When you have been through what we have experienced, when you have been targeted by terrorists yourself and been so fortunate to escape, it changes your thinking. It is a big question which cannot be answered now. I suspect, too, for us it can only be answered as an individual. Our families will never feel the same about us leaving to play in Pakistan. That is sad - for Pakistan and world cricket.




*MashAllah
Khush Kismat thay yeh sab K inko Dobara Zindagi Mili
Wishing them all The best...!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

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Assalam O Alaikum

*Let Me try lol

*You should hate me ,Because there's Nothing in me to be Hated For...
Alhamdulilah...!
Posted 05 Mar 2009

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*As i return back
i'll Read this
InshAllah...!
Posted 04 Mar 2009

Topic: try ur name

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Assalam O Alaikum

*let me Try My name lolz

S cute
U is very easy going
N can kick the sh*t out of u
*
S cute
H easy to fall in love with
I loves to laugh and smile
N can kick the sh*t out of u
E has gorgeous eyes

Nice One...!
Posted 04 Mar 2009

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Assalam O Alaikum

*Inna Lilahi Wa Ina Elaihi Raj'eoun

*Very Sad News
Its Time For Govt to take Strick Actions
Atleast Some Actions...!
Posted 04 Mar 2009

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Assalam O Alaikum

*Posting and Going For Salah...!
Posted 04 Mar 2009

Topic: Present

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Assalam O Alaikum

*Present...!

*A sincere devotee asked God: I want peace. God replied: Remove I that's ego, remove WANT that's desire, then PEACE is automatically attained.

Have a Nice day InshAllah...!
Posted 04 Mar 2009

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Posted 04 Mar 2009

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*oops Sorry
Congratulations On Your 1000 Posts

Most welcome...!
Posted 04 Mar 2009

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Assalam O Alaikum

*Lolz Very Nice
Its Asia ,yahan kuch bhi kabhi bhi ho sakta hain...!
Posted 04 Mar 2009

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*Ameen

*Yaa Right jee
aisay hazaron cases hotay hain daily
woh khush kismat hotay hain jinka case Public level tak puhunch jata hain
Kuch cases bandh files main aaj tak insaaf ka intezar kar rahay hain
May Allah swt forgive us and guide us ...!
Posted 04 Mar 2009

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*Thanks Both of You
JazakAllah khair...!
Posted 04 Mar 2009

Topic: My Hands..

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*JazakAllah Khair
yaa well said Miss Shaista
We should be Thankful to Allah swt for Everything...!
Posted 04 Mar 2009