Personality Test according to your Fingers

Personality Test according to your Fingers There are many personality tests prowling the Internet, but few of them supported by any evidence or study, as a rule are usually not more than nonsense to ridiculous questions. However, this time we bring you a simple test that is notable for the originality of its method and its scientific evidence, consistent and shows the personality traits of each based on the length of the ring finger. Apparently, depending on the size of the latter shall indicate one thing or another; and do you want me to say, but has hit me full. Apparently, the size of the finger in particular, is related to testosterone, same hormone can vary our behavior and way of being. That is why there is some relationship other test will not find even looking under the blanket. Well, this test is very simple to do , for it only will have to straighten his left hand and compare it with the picture accompanying this post . You will find that there are three possible outcomes: the ring is longer than the index ( option A) , the index is longer than the ring ( option B) , or that both are of the same length ( option C).

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If your case is A then it means that you are very attractive people and contagions positivism that makes you irresistible to others. Besides that you will be more decisive and will like to take more risks , which has its good things and bad things . Come on, you have entrepreneurial spirit . However you will also be very good for those professions where the risk is an everyday , such as police , military, firefighter or secondary school teacher in Spain .

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If instead your case is the B mean that you have great confidence in yourself and have great leadership skills , so you will be ideal for senior management jobs and the like. Moreover you are very clever and unbiased.

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And finally, if your case is C , it means that you are very good at listening to people, patients and people who always seek the good of others . You like to have beside you who feel comfortable in your company and are the ideal partners because you will always be faithful. You would be very good to work with NGOs or psychologists .

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Verdict on 20pc pay raise for fed employees suspended

ISLAMABAD – A Division Bench of Islamabad High Court (IHC) Monday suspended the orders of a single bench, which had directed to increase 20 per cent salaries of all the federal government employees on account of ‘special allowance’.
The bench comprising Justice Riaz Ahmad Khan and Justice Noor-ul-Haq N Qureshi suspended the orders of a single IHC bench of Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui who, on June 18 last, had ordered 20 per cent increase in the salaries of employees of attached departments and corporations of federal ministries on account of ‘special allowance’ in accordance with the employees of secretariat.
The federal government through a deputy attorney general (DAG) Sheikh Mohammad Yaqoob challenged the June 18 orders of Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui while saying that the said allowance would cost Rs50 billion per annum to the national exchequer that the government could not afford.
The DAG contended before the division bench that the 20 per cent special allowance was approved for those employees of the prime minister’s secretariat who perform late sitting and are frequently asked to work even on their weekly off days.
“The federal government is already paying 300 per cent special allowance to the superior judiciary’s employees, 100 per cent to the policemen and the staff working at the presidency,” the DAG told the court.
He argued that the IHC single bench in its order did not exclude the departments where the employees are already getting the said allowance and directed the government to pay additional allowance to the tune of 20 per cent of their basic salary to all employees of the federal government and its allied departments and ministries.
Therefore, he prayed to the court to set aside the June 18 decision.
It is pertinent to mention here that the finance division during the tenure of former Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf had issued an office memorandum on March 6, 2013 wherein it was informed that the Prime Minister had approved 20 per cent special allowance to the employees working in the federal ministries/divisions and Prime Minister Secretariat.
Then employees of the Pakistan Council of Science and Technology, the National Archives, Federal Government College Teachers Association, the Capital Development Authority, the Departments of Communication Security and of Libraries, the National Centre for Rural Development, Pakistan Public Works Department and the Cabinet Division challenged the increase.
They prayed before the court to direct the government to indiscriminately pay the 20 per cent special allowance to all the employees of federal government.
Acceding to their arguments, Justice Siddiqui had directed the federal government to pay 20 per cent special allowance to all employees of the federal government on June 18, 2013.

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Prime Minister Youth Program Loan Scheme 2013

Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has announced Small Business Loans Scheme for unemployed educated youth to establish new enterprises across Pakistan. 100,000 loans would be disbursed under the scheme..

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How To Apply and Registration Process

You can apply in PM’s Scheme for Small Business Loans Scheme as per eligibility criteriamentioned below. The federal cabinet has already given approval to all these initiatives.

All arrangements for the implementation of these programs have been completed. TheSmall Business Loans program will be completely on merit basis and transparent.

Therefore only eligible people should apply for this program. Government of Pakistan will announce the registration procedure with application forms after November 2013 and beregistered soon.

Eligibility criteria:

An individual, male or female, of age not more than 35 years and has an entrepreneurial potential is eligible to apply for the scheme.

Focus on women:

It is believed that increased economic participation by women can play a significant role in national development. In an attempt to encourage the same, 50% of loans will be given to female borrowers.

In addition, independent economic activity will empower Pakistani women both socially and in terms of finances.

Debt-Equity ratio:

A 90:10 debt-equity ratio would be followed with tenor of up to 7 years.

Pricing:

It is fixed at 8% for the borrower. However, the difference in the cost will be paid by the Federal Government at KIBOR+500 bps.

Refinancing:

The State Bank of Pakistan shall explore providing 50% refinance at the risk of participating banks.

Risk mitigation:

Government will share 50% of losses subject to a maximum of 10% of the loan amount.

Number of Loans:

100,000 loans would be disbursed under the scheme.

Size of Loan:

The amount of each loan can range from Rs.0.5 million to Rs 2.0 million.

Average Loan Size:

The average loan size would be Rs.1.25 million.

Allocation in Budget 2013-14:

Rs.5 billion have been allocated in the budget for the financial year 2013-2014.

Executing agency:

In the initial phase of the scheme, the National Bank of Punjab and First Women Bank would act as the executing agencies of the scheme under the guidance and supervision of the State Bank of Pakistan. Other Banks will be encouraged to join.

Sectors and Products:

The scheme encompasses all sectors of the economy. Standardized schemes,projects, undertakings will be designed by SMEDA. Additionally, projects designed by private sector service providers and individuals are included in the scope of the scheme.

HOW TO APPLY

You can apply in PM’s Scheme for Provision of Qarz e Hasna as per eligibility criteria mentioned below. The federal cabinet has already given approval to all these initiatives.

Therefore only eligible candidates should apply for this program.

Prime Ministry Youth Program Loan Scheme Application Form (Coming Soon) 

THE IMPORTANCE OF SALAH

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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
والحمدلله رب العالمين والصلاة والسلام على أشرف الأنبياء والمرسلين
In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful the Most Compassionate
All praise be to Allah, and may peace and blessings be upon the most noble of the Prophets and Messengers

1- The Prophet (PBUH) says that:   Salaat is the pillar of deen and the foundation of Islam. He who upholds salah has upheld Islam and he who leaves salah has left behind religion. (al-baihaqi) 

2 – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said “The person that observes prayer properly, the prayer itself, blesses him with good wishes.” 

The Importance of SALAH
Salah (prayer) is one of the five pillars of Islam. Such is that importance of salah that unlike any other commandment, Allah called the Prophet (PBUH) to the heavens to proscribe him with the five daily prayers. Initially, the commandment was for fifty prayers a day, but fearing that this would become a burden to the Ummah, the Prophet (PBUH) requested for it to be brought down to just five. Despite this, the rewards for keeping the prayers are as if we had prayed all fifty. 

The daily prayers are a way for us to keep a close connection to our Creator. It is through salah that we can get our suplications answered and our needs fulfilled. When the companions of the Prophet (PBUH) were in need, they would turn to Allah in prayer. Salah is a way for us to show a commitment to our faith. Everytime we pray salah, we renew our commitment to Allah and relieve ourselves from the pressures of our daily lives.

Once Prophet (PBUH) once shook a dry branch of a tree so that all of the leaves of the branch fell off. Then the Prophet (PBUH)  said “The sins of those who pray salah, drop off as the leaves of this branch fell off.” Salah is thus the main path towards spiritual purification. It is through salah that we can gain self-discipline and good qualities. For example, in prostration (sajda) we submit our will to Allah in all humbleness. We also purify our hearts. The Prophet (PBUH) once asked his companions “Tell me if there was a river at the door step of one of you in which you washed 5 times a day would any of your dirt remain?” When he received the reply that none of it would remain he then said “That is like the 5 daily prayers, with which Allah wipes out our sins.” (agreed upon)

The last thing that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasized at his deathbed was salah. He also said the first thing we will have to answer about on the day of judgement is salah. If our record on salah is good then insha Allah the rest of our reckoning will be made easier. The importance of salah was emphasized in the Quran about 500 times, so all Muslims should be aware of how central salah is to our faith. Indeed, the Prophet (PBUH)  said that “Salah is the only distinction between a believer and a non-believer.” (Muslim) So imagine of the status of that person who misses his prayer? What distinction does that person has from the non-believers?

A companion of Prophet (PBUH) came to him one day and asked him “What is the thing that Allah loves most?” Muhammad (PBUH) replied “The thing that Allah loves most is when his people pray salah on time.” (bukhari)

Despite this, so many of us miss salah completely or do not make salah on time. There is no excuse for this. Alhamdulillah, we even have prayer rooms at our universities. Imagine how Allah, the most merciful, appreciates when his servant turns to Him in prayer, interrupting all worldly duties. Whoever does salah, Allah makes his day easier and facilitates his needs in this world and also in the hereafter.

Another habit Muslims should have is to make salah wherever they are. So even at work, or when we are out, we should not miss the salah. The ground in which we pray salah, even if in the streets, will be a witness for us in the day of judgement. The Prophet (PBUH) used to say that the salah was the light of his eyes. Once salah becomes regular in our lives we begin to understand the meaning of this saying of the Prophet (PBUH). Salah becomes such a basic part of our lives that we feel empty without praying to the extent that we find relief in salah.

Finally, some of us may have missed salah in the past and may have not recovered those prayers thinking that missed prayers do not really matter. Salah becomes obligatory to all Muslims once they reach puberty. Therefore it is important that we calculate those prayers that we have missed and make up for them. We will be accountable in the day of judgement for every prayer that we miss and there is a severe punishment for missing the salah. Unfortunately, many fail to pray particularly the night and morning prayers (Fajr and Isha). Abu Hurayra reported that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, “And if they only knew what was in the prayers of ‘Isha’ and Subh [fajr], they would come to them even if they had to crawl.” (Bukhari/Muslim)

May Allah strenghten our determination and steadfasteness in performing our salah and may we grow closer to our Creator through salah. Ameen. 

What is Eid al-Adha?

What is Eid al-Adha?

At the end of the Hajj (annual pilgrimage to Mecca), Muslims throughout the world celebrate the holiday of Eid al-Adha (Festival of Sacrifice).

What does Eid al-Adha commemorate?

During the Hajj, Muslims remember and commemorate the trials and triumphs of the Prophet Abraham. The Qur’an describes Abraham as follows:

“Surely Abraham was an example, obedient to Allah, by nature upright, and he was not of the polytheists. He was grateful for Our bounties. We chose him and guided him unto a right path. We gave him good in this world, and in the next he will most surely be among the righteous.” (Qur’an 16:120-121)

One of Abraham’s main trials was to face the command of Allah to kill his only son. Upon hearing this command, he prepared to submit to Allah’s will. When he was all prepared to do it, Allah revealed to him that his “sacrifice” had already been fulfilled. He had shown that his love for his Lord superceded all others, that he would lay down his own life or the lives of those dear to him in order to submit to God.

Why do Muslims sacrifice an animal on this day?

During the celebration of Eid al-Adha, Muslims commemorate and remember Abraham’s trials, by themselves slaughtering an animal such as a sheep, camel, or goat. This action is very often misunderstood by those outside the faith.

Allah has given us power over animals and allowed us to eat meat, but only if we pronounce His name at the solemn act of taking life. Muslims slaughter animals in the same way throughout the year. By saying the name of Allah at the time of slaughter, we are reminded that life is sacred.

The meat from the sacrifice of Eid al-Adha is mostly given away to others. One-third is eaten by immediate family and relatives, one-third is given away to friends, and one-third is donated to the poor. The act symbolizes our willingness to give up things that are of benefit to us or close to our hearts, in order to follow Allah’s commands. It also symbolizes our willingness to give up some of our own bounties, in order to strengthen ties of friendship and help those who are in need. We recognize that all blessings come from Allah, and we should open our hearts and share with others.

It is very important to understand that the sacrifice itself, as practiced by Muslims, has nothing to do with atoning for our sins or using the blood to wash ourselves from sin. This is a misunderstanding by those of previous generations:

“It is not their meat nor their blood that reaches Allah; it is your piety that reaches Him.” (Qur’an 22:37)

The symbolism is in the attitude – a willingness to make sacrifices in our lives in order to stay on the Straight Path. Each of us makes small sacrifices, giving up things that are fun or important to us. A true Muslim, one who submits his or herself completely to the Lord, is willing to follow Allah’s commands completely and obediently. It is this strength of heart, purity in faith, and willing obedience that our Lord desires from us.

What else do Muslims do to celebrate the holiday?

On the first morning of Eid al-Adha, Muslims around the world attend morning prayers at their local mosques. Prayers are followed by visits with family and friends, and the exchange of greetings and gifts. At some point, members of the family will visit a local farm or otherwise will make arrangements for the slaughter of an animal. The meat is distributed during the days of the holiday or shortly thereafter.

PHOTOGRAPHY

This album starts with a collection of photos of the preparations for Eid Al Adha 2013

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یہ جولائی 2009 کی بات ہے۔ میں بہاولنگر کے مضافات میں موروثی بیماریوں پر ریسرچ کے سلسلے میں فیلڈ میں کام کررہاتھا کہ اطلاع ملی کہ ایک گھر میں دو بھائی اور ایک بہن ذہنی معذوری میں مبتلا ہیں۔ میں اُس محلے میں پہنچا تو پڑوسیوں نے بتایا کہ لڑکے آس پاس کہیں گھومتے پھرتے مل جائیں گے جبکہ لڑکی کو گھر میں زنجیروں سے باندھا جاتا ہے سو گھر میں مل جائیگی۔ میں نے اُس وقت تک ایسی خبریں ٹی وی پر ہی دیکھی تھیں۔ گھر میں داخل ہوتے ہی مجھے صحن میں ایک چارپائی کیساتھ زنجیروں سے بندھی ہوئی چھوٹے سر والی ایک لڑکی نظر آگئی (مقامی لوگ ایسے مریضوں کو دولے شاہ کے چوہے یا شاہ دولے کہتے ہیں)۔

میں فورا” لڑکی کیطرف بڑھا، لیکن ابھی میں نے زنجیر کو ہاتھ لگایا ہی تھا کہ ایک خاتون جھٹ سے سامنے آکھڑی ہوئیں اور غصے سے مجھے گھورنے لگیں۔ میں اُسے نظرانداز کرکے زنجیر کھولنے کیلئے جھکا تو اُس نے مجھے کاندھوں سے پکڑکر پیچھے دھکیل دیا۔

“کیسے لوگ ہو تُم؟ احساس ہی نہیں کہ اس بیچاری پر کیا گُزر رہی ہے”، میں نے غُصے سے کہا۔

وہ جواب میں تقریبا” چیخ اُٹھی، “اِسے تُم نے نہیں میں نے جنم دیا ہے، اس لئے مُجھے تم سے زیادہ احساس ہے اِس کا”۔

“عجیب ماں ہو تُم، اپنی ہی بیٹی کو جانوروں کیطرح باندھا ہوا ہے”

اُس نے میری آنکھوں میں آنکھیں ڈالیں اور دانت پیستے ہوئے بولی، “اسلئے کہ اگر میں اِسے جانوروں کی طرح نہ باندھوں، تو جانور اِسے بھنبھوڑ ڈالتے ہیں”۔

وہ اپنی رو میں بولتی گئی۔ خالص دیہاتی پنجابی مجھے بھی پوری طرح سمجھ نہیں آتی لیکن اُس کی باتوں کا جو مفہوم میری سمجھ میں آیا وہ یہ تھا کہ اگرچہ وہ لڑکی ذہنی طور پر معذور تھی لیکن بے ضرر تھی۔ کچھ عرصہ قبل چند لڑکوں نے کھیتوں میں لے جاکر اُسے اپنی ہوس کا نشانہ بنایا۔ معصوم لڑکی کو نہ کسی بات کا ہوش نہ احساس۔ اپنے کپڑے ہاتھوں میں تھامے جب وہ گھر واپس آرہی تھی تو محلے کے نوجون اور بچے اُس پر آوازے کستے رہے۔ بات کرتے کرتے وہ رو پڑی۔

“تُمہیں بڑا احساس ہے ناں اس کا۔ تو جاؤ اور اُن درندوں سے پُوچھو کہ اُنہیں اپنی ہوس پوری کرنے کیلئے میری بے زبان بچی ہی ملی تھی”۔

میں بوجھل دل کیساتھ وہاں سے نکلا تو پہلی بار مجھے احساس ہوا کہ نیوز کاسٹرز جب زنجیروں میں جکڑی کسی لڑکی کی خبر دیتے ہیں تو اُن کے لعن طعن کا نشانہ “سنگدل ماں باپ” ہوتے ہیں۔ وہ وحشی درندے جو ان والدین کے موم جیسے دلوں کو پتھر میں بدل دیتے ہیں، خبر میں کہیں نہیں ہوتے۔

آج کل جب لاہور اور فیصل آباد میں کمسن بچیوں سے جنسی زیادتی کی خبریں مسلسل نیوز چینلز پر چل رہی ہیں، تو مجھے وہ زنجیر بپا لڑکی بُری طرح یاد آرہی ہے۔ اس ملک میں مردوں کی سرشت میں وہ درندگی شامل ہوگئی ہے کہ اُن کی ہوس کے سامنے معصوم بچوں کا بچپنا اور شاہ دولوں کی معذوری بھی رُکاوٹ نہیں بنتی۔

کاش کہ جنسی زیادتی پر عورت کے بجائے مرد کا پیٹ پُھولتا۔

وہ میڈیا جس نے کفار کی فنڈنگ پر فحاشی پھیلا پھیلا کر قوم کا حال یہاں تک پہنچا دیا ہے۔
اسلامی سزاؤں کو ظلم کہتا ہے تو مجھے شدید غصہ آتا ہے۔
جب اسلامی سزائیں دی جانے لگیں گی۔
جب زانی کو سنگسار کیا جائیگا۔
جب ڈکیت کو عوام کے سامنے لٹکایا جائیگا۔
جب چور کے ہاتھ کاٹے جائینگے
تو دیکھینگے کون زنا کریگا اور کون چوری۔
لیکن یہاں تو لوگوں کو اسلام کی سزائیں ظلم لگتی ہیں۔
جبکہ اسلام جتنا پر امن معاشرہ چاہتا ہے اتنا امن کسی اور مذہب میں نہیں ہے۔
لیکن سمجھے کون!!!!