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Hameed Ansari has been at 8 events

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First Friday Art Walk654,911The #FirstFridayArtWalk  is upon us once again, this time in conjunction with #chagallchallenge show! It is open to all. Whether you are an artist, or simply an art lover, there is a way for each and every one of us, who wishes to, to participate.  The December First Friday Art Walk will be held on Friday, December 7.  San Francisco (PDT): From 6 a.m. Friday, December 7 to 1 a.m. Saturday, December 8. New York (EDT): From 9 a.m. Friday December 7 to 4 a.m. Saturday, December 8. Paris (CET): From 2 p.m. Friday, December 7 to 9 a.m. Saturday, December 8. See starting and end times for your local time zone on the event above.  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How it works:  Artists, simply share work of your own, a painting, a drawing, a sculpture, an illustration, and add the hashtag #FirstFridayArtWalk and +tag the page, +FirstFridayArtWalk. The Art Walk is open to non-photographic work, in traditional, and digital media. To participate in Marc Chagall Challenge Show, add the hashtag #chagallchallenge and +tag @112105883502643929038 . This event is open to any medium and genre, insofar as the work is inspired by Marc Chagall. Art lovers and artists alike are welcome to reshare the work of other artists with the  #FirstFridayArtWalk and #chagallchallenge   hashtags as well. This way, we should be able to get a flurry of art circulating in everyone's stream.  Also, please circle @103038056099487506311  and @112105883502643929038  so that we will be able to reshare the work that you have hashtagged   #FirstFridayArtWalk  , from the page.  Thanks, and we look forward to seeing your work! Please feel free to invite artists and others that you feel may be interested in this event. :) Creatively,  +Lena Levin and +Samantha VillenaveG+ First Friday Art Walk & Marc Chagall Challenge Show2012-12-07 15:00:00146  
Pakistan72,131Volunteers for following posts are required for running non-profitable Online Magazine (webzine) related to Youth, Students, Education, Human Rights, Corruption etc. i)    Executive Editors ii)   Editors iii)  Photography Editors iv)   Writers v)    Web Developers vi)   Digital Art Creators vii)  Senior Web Designer viii) Web Designers ix)   Contributors x)    Advisor's xi)   Advertisers xii)  Copy Editors xiii) Editorial Assistants xiv) Volunteers Managers xv)  Artists xvi) Reporters xii) Others You Pakistan (upakistan.org) is an initiative by SWEAR (Society for Welfare, Education, Awareness & Rehabilitation), Islamabad, a non-profitable organization run by Talented Youth Volunteers. All the volunteers associated with Magazine shall be eligible for Experience Certificates as well as other benefits in form of free of cost Training's etc by the SWEAR. For more details please feel free to contact us at: E-Mail:  nouman.nazim@gmail.com Mobile:  0345-5026020 For Registration, please, fill out the form at upakistan.orgVolunteers are required for running online Magazine (upakistan.org) related to Youth, Students, Education, Human Rights, Corruption2012-11-12 04:00:00386  
Pakistan72,131You Pakistan (upakistan.org) is a registered non-profitable organization in Islamabad, Pakistan. We aims at development of online Education Management System so as to deliver free education to those who does not afford quality education. Development of this system is our 1st step. After successful completion of this project we will use this system to offer free of cost education as well as trainings online. All those who will help us in development of this system shall work with us until they want and they will manage the whole system. Lets unite and work together to take education at everyone's door step. After successful implementation of this system we will partnership with top universities so as to ensure quality and free education for everyone. If you can help us in any way then do let us know. Basic tools and resources e.g domain, web hosting will be provided by us. Moreover, name of team members shall be permanently displayed in the help section after completion of the project. Also, Certificates will also be provided to all the team members. Those students who are in their final semester and Looking forward to take a project are encouraged to volunteer for us for betterment of our country. If you are interested then please join this group:-  https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/upakistan-volunteers and fill out the below linked registration form: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dDBWZ0F4WWo0bVBhcGFqcjZENVJGeHc6MQ This group is created for our team members to successfully plan and implement the subject system as well as discussing possibilities and achievements. With Regards. Volunteers (Computer Experts) required for development of Pakistan's 1st Online Education Management System to ensure free and quality education for every Pakistani2012-11-05 15:00:00473  
Pakistan72,131Eid-ul-Azha is not just about religious rituals but is about total submission to the will of Allah Almighty...smashing down the idols of greed and fear and following the path of truth, justice, honour and dignity...without bothering about any worldly gain or loss!!! The real lesson of this EiD is to rise not only above one’s self but also all Prejudices of Caste, Color and Creed, Sacrificing personal interests for the greater good of the community and, preferring collective national objectives over petty personal gains...!!! Dear Friends / Members, Wish you a happy Eid Mubarak. May ALLAH bless us. Profound regards,EID Mubarak =)2012-10-26 21:00:00405  
Pakistan72,131Let's all counter negative propaganda and show the brighter side of Pakistan which the world rarely gets to see. We all must play our role in it so here is the chance.  Managers are required for this page from the capitals of 04 provinces of Pakistan i.e. Karachi, Lahore, Quetta and Peshawar on following conditions:- * He/She must be a Pakistani and residing in any one of subject areas.  * He/She should not be a representative of any Political Party or Islamic group.  * He/She should not promote any personal / political contents or hate speech here nor support any member of this page in discussion or comments. *He/She should be responsible for posting contents / happenings related to their own area but the post must show bright / positive side of Pakistan or Pakistanis.  * Out of 04 managers, 02 will be the Girls.  * Selection will be made purely on merit basis i.e open voting.  Pakistan is your country, this is your page, so if your are interested in becoming manager of this page, please comment on this post with city of your residence. Moreover, new positions for Non-Muslims and Pakistanis living abroad will be announced soon. Thanking you all in anticipation =)Managers are required for this Page2012-10-07 16:00:00468  
Pakistan72,131Boycott Google from Thursday (20th Sept) to Friday (21st Sept) because of their refusal to remove the "Innocence of Muslims" movie trailer from YouTube by saying it does not break any of their Terms & Conditions. @116899029375914044550 @117557200765845363693  @100029761620305211411  @100585555255542998765  @103583604759580854844  @101571483150813305324  @118177668521021834088 @105863752890638321422  @106852896700967141003  @108896816423203738813  @111224383669619377607  @114353304932511604018  @108349337900676782287  @105286157977747777387  @107246604055417070387  @106191537604091348855  @117578386194324385666  @101934720357952171683 Boycott Google2012-09-19 21:00:00502  
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf8,499Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) believes that to bring about genuine political change in Pakistan, Pakistanis must must better understand their leaders and their political postions.  With that, we bring to you an opportunity for anyone with an Internet connection to speak directly to +Imran Khan using Google Hangouts On Air, this live session will be streamed to the world! Do YOU have a Question that you would like to Ask Imran Khan? http://insaf.pk/hangout No more avoiding questions, no more circumventing issues, no more media personality influence -- now you can ask any question you want directly from Imran Khan! The most popular questions will be answered by Imran Khan and some of you will be selected to join the Google Hangout session live with Imran Khan and directly ask your question from the comfort of your home*.  Let's make Pakistan a better place - Ask your unanswered questions.  MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW & DONT FORGET  * conditions applyGoogle Hangout with Imran Khan2012-09-06 18:00:001194  
Pakistan72,131One Protest One Boycott 5 AUGUST against Big Hypo-Critic Media Don't Share Don't Comment Don't Like Don't View Don't Read MEDIA CONTENTS Are you Alive? If Yes, join us in this boycott against the 'Free' media of Pakistan until the following demands are met: 1) Stop showing the nudity, Obscenity and filth of Bollywood on the name of so-called entertainment. 2) Stop showing vulgar ads. 3) Raise voice about the oppressed Muslim lands where Muslims are brutally slaughtered everyday e.g Burma, Kashmir, Palestine, Afghanistan, Iraq . 4) Raise national issues like Drone Attacks . ========================================= آج میڈیا میراثی کلچر کا نمائندہ بن کے کھڑا ہو گیا ہے پہلے سیاست دانوں نے کیا کم اس قوم کو نوچا ہے کہ میڈیا قوم کی جڑوں پر ٹوٹ پر اور اندر سے کھوکھلا کرنے لگا ہے عریانی اور فحاشی کا سیلاب گھروں میں داخل کر دیا گیا ہے  میڈیا گیٹ نے اسکو ننگا کر دیا لیکن پھر بھی ہٹ دھرمی دیکھیے کہ قوم کی مخالفت کے باوجود عامر لیاقت جیسے مکروہ چہرہ کو دوبارہ سکرین پر جلوہ گر کر دیا گیا پھر بے شرمی کی انتہا کہ وینا کے استغفار کا ڈراما محض ریٹنگ کے لیے رچا دیا گیا اور اب رمضان کے مبارک دنوں میں قوم کو شراب زدہ ڈرامے دکھاۓ جا رہے ہیں میڈیا کی فحاشی آےروز بڑھتی جارہی ہے ایسے میں پاکستانی عوام کو ہی اپنی قوت سے میڈیا کو بتانا ہوگا کے وہ اپنی غلیظ رویے سے باز آجاۓ نہیں تو پاکستانی عوام انکو مسترد کرنے کے لئے تیار ہے اٹھیے اگر احساس باقی ہے ! ٥ اگست ٢٠١٢  جیو، اے آر وائی اور ایکسپرس کی نشریات ، پیجز اور خبروں کی شرینگ کا بائیکاٹ کریں  اپنے زندہ ہونے کا ثبوت دیں اور احساس مند ہونے کی گواہی دیں ہر سچے پاکستانی سے اس بائیکاٹ میں شرکت کرنے کی گزارش ہے ، 5 اگست کو TV Channels کا بائیکاٹ کریں تاکے اس بیہوش میڈیا کو کچھ ہوش آسکے ========================================= شکریMedia Boycott Day - 5 August, 20122012-08-05 16:00:00426  

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2016-02-07 13:13:02 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

آفتاب آمد دلیل آفتاب
گر دلیلت باید از وی رو متاب
از وی ار سایه نشانی می‌دهد
شمس هر دم نور جانی می‌دهد
سایه خواب آرد ترا همچون سمر
چون برآید شمس انشق القمر
خود غریبی در جهان چون شمس نیست
شمس جان باقیست کاو را امس نیست
شمس در خارج اگر چه هست فرد
می‌توان هم مثل او تصویر کرد
شمس جان کو خارج آمد از اثیر
نبودش در ذهن و در خارج نظیر
در تصور ذات او را گنج کو
تا در آید در تصور مثل او
~  رومی

None but the sun can display the sun,
If you would see it displayed, turn not away from it.
Shadows, indeed, may indicate the sun'spresence,
But only the sun displays the light of life.
Shadows induce slumber, like evening talks,
But when the sun arises the "moon is split asunder." 
In the world there is naught so wondrous as the sun,
But the Sun of the soul sets not and has no yesterday.<... more »

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2016-02-06 09:30:44 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

Kashmiri protesters watch as a tear gas shell fired by Indian policemen explodes near them during a protest in Srinagar, Indian Occupied Kashmir, Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. 
Government forces fired tear gas to quell protest by hundreds of rock-throwing Kashmiris shortly after Friday prayers in Indian Occupied Kashmir, while displaying Pakistani flags and chanting pro-independence slogans in the region's main city, police said. 
Pakistanis observe Feb. 5 every year as "Kashmir Solidarit Day" by holding rallies and arranging seminars on the issue of Kashmir, which is an unresolved issue on UN agenda since 1947. 
AP Photo/Dar Yasin

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2016-02-07 13:13:02 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

آفتاب آمد دلیل آفتاب
گر دلیلت باید از وی رو متاب
از وی ار سایه نشانی می‌دهد
شمس هر دم نور جانی می‌دهد
سایه خواب آرد ترا همچون سمر
چون برآید شمس انشق القمر
خود غریبی در جهان چون شمس نیست
شمس جان باقیست کاو را امس نیست
شمس در خارج اگر چه هست فرد
می‌توان هم مثل او تصویر کرد
شمس جان کو خارج آمد از اثیر
نبودش در ذهن و در خارج نظیر
در تصور ذات او را گنج کو
تا در آید در تصور مثل او
~  رومی

None but the sun can display the sun,
If you would see it displayed, turn not away from it.
Shadows, indeed, may indicate the sun'spresence,
But only the sun displays the light of life.
Shadows induce slumber, like evening talks,
But when the sun arises the "moon is split asunder." 
In the world there is naught so wondrous as the sun,
But the Sun of the soul sets not and has no yesterday.<... more »

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2016-02-07 23:02:16 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-07 22:29:36 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-07 22:00:13 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

猴年送你五只猴:

机灵诡秘如猕猴,

健康快乐像马猴,

悠闲富贵似猴子,

无忧无虑比猿猴,

聪明伶俐胜孙猴。

猴年送你五只猴:

机灵诡秘如猕猴,

健康快乐像马猴,

悠闲富贵似猴子,

无忧无虑比猿猴,

聪明伶俐胜孙猴。___

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2016-02-07 20:56:02 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

Dancers from the Mocidade Alegre samba school perform during a carnival parade in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Dancers from the Mocidade Alegre samba school perform during a carnival parade in Sao Paulo, Brazil.___

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2016-02-07 20:52:40 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

Indian Hindu devotees arrive to take a holy dip in the Sangam on the eve of "Mauni Amavasya" as they walk across a pontoon bridge during the annual Magh Mela festival in Allahabad.

Indian Hindu devotees arrive to take a holy dip in the Sangam on the eve of "Mauni Amavasya" as they walk across a pontoon bridge during the annual Magh Mela festival in Allahabad.___

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2016-02-07 20:50:03 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

People rush to plant the first joss stick of the Lunar New Year of the Monkey at the stroke of midnight at the Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho temple in Singapore.

People rush to plant the first joss stick of the Lunar New Year of the Monkey at the stroke of midnight at the Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho temple in Singapore.___

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2016-02-07 20:36:27 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

 A Palestinian girl dressed in traditional outfit near Bureij refugee camp.

 A Palestinian girl dressed in traditional outfit near Bureij refugee camp.___

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2016-02-07 20:29:40 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

Thousands of Napoli fans show support for racism victim Kalidou Koulibaly

Thousands of Napoli fans show support for racism victim Kalidou Koulibaly___

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2016-02-07 19:52:40 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

Instructors and monkeys pictured during a mock mathematics class at a monkey training school in Dongying, eastern China's Shandong province
AFP Photo/Wang Zhao

Instructors and monkeys pictured during a mock mathematics class at a monkey training school in Dongying, eastern China's Shandong province
AFP Photo/Wang Zhao___

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2016-02-07 18:37:46 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-07 18:18:27 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

The cargo ship Modern Express is reflected in water on the dock as it lists at a mooring in the port of Bilbao, in Zierbena, northern Spain, February 4, 2016.
The 164-meter vessel, which was transporting 3,600 tonnes of wood along with construction machinery, was towed to the port after spending six days listing and adrift in the Bay of Biscay.
REUTERS/Vincent West

The cargo ship Modern Express is reflected in water on the dock as it lists at a mooring in the port of Bilbao, in Zierbena, northern Spain, February 4, 2016.
The 164-meter vessel, which was transporting 3,600 tonnes of wood along with construction machinery, was towed to the port after spending six days listing and adrift in the Bay of Biscay.
REUTERS/Vincent West___

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2016-02-07 17:31:51 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

US COLLEGE PROFESSOR WHO WORE HEADSCARF AND MADE PRO ISLAM REMARKS HAS TO QUIT THE COLLEGE

A U.S. college professor who wore a headscarf in solidarity with Muslims is leaving the Christian college where she taught, after a dispute over comments she made linking Islam and Christianity.


Wheaton College and associate professor Larycia Hawkins issued a joint statement Saturday saying they are parting ways after reaching a "confidential agreement."
The statement said both had a commitment to respectful dialogue with people of other faiths or no faith and those who are marginalized because of their religious beliefs.

In a December 10 Facebook posting, Hawkins, who is a Christian, said she stands in solidarity with Muslims because they "are people of the book" and "worship the same God."
The college said both faiths were monotheistic,... more »

US COLLEGE PROFESSOR WHO WORE HEADSCARF AND MADE PRO ISLAM REMARKS HAS TO QUIT THE COLLEGE

A U.S. college professor who wore a headscarf in solidarity with Muslims is leaving the Christian college where she taught, after a dispute over comments she made linking Islam and Christianity.


Wheaton College and associate professor Larycia Hawkins issued a joint statement Saturday saying they are parting ways after reaching a "confidential agreement."
The statement said both had a commitment to respectful dialogue with people of other faiths or no faith and those who are marginalized because of their religious beliefs.

In a December 10 Facebook posting, Hawkins, who is a Christian, said she stands in solidarity with Muslims because they "are people of the book" and "worship the same God."
The college said both faiths were monotheistic, but that it believed there were fundamental differences between them.___

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2016-02-07 17:19:34 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

A dancer from the Gavioes da Fiel samba school performs on a float during a carnival parade in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Picture: AP/Andre Penner

A dancer from the Gavioes da Fiel samba school performs on a float during a carnival parade in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Picture: AP/Andre Penner___

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2016-02-07 17:12:17 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

Venetian revellers don elaborate masks and costumes
Picture: Ferdinando Piezzi / Alamy Live News

Venetian revellers don elaborate masks and costumes
Picture: Ferdinando Piezzi / Alamy Live News___

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2016-02-07 17:07:27 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

General view of revelers enjoying the 'A Favorita' carnival band parade on Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Though Brazil's carnival will reach a fever pitch Sunday with Rio's flamboyant float competition, Brazilians have already started banging drums, dancing and singing in the sultry streets of Rio and across the country before the official start of what Brazilians dub 'The Greatest Show on Earth.'
Picture: FERNANDO MAIA/AFP/Getty

General view of revelers enjoying the 'A Favorita' carnival band parade on Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Though Brazil's carnival will reach a fever pitch Sunday with Rio's flamboyant float competition, Brazilians have already started banging drums, dancing and singing in the sultry streets of Rio and across the country before the official start of what Brazilians dub 'The Greatest Show on Earth.'
Picture: FERNANDO MAIA/AFP/Getty___

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2016-02-07 17:02:39 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

A bus explodes on Lambeth Bridge in London during filming for Jackie Chan's new film 'The Foreigner'.
Picture: Steve Parsons/PA

A bus explodes on Lambeth Bridge in London during filming for Jackie Chan's new film 'The Foreigner'.
Picture: Steve Parsons/PA___

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2016-02-07 16:59:32 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

Waves crash against a lighthouse as the wind blows at around 100 kph (62 mph), in Boulogne-sur-Mer, northern France.
Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol

Waves crash against a lighthouse as the wind blows at around 100 kph (62 mph), in Boulogne-sur-Mer, northern France.
Picture: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol___

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2016-02-07 16:47:23 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

LAUNCH OF SPACE SATELLITE BY NORTH KOREA

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Sunday successfully launched a Kwangmyongsong-4 satellite, the Korean Central Television (KCTV) reported.
The Kwangmyongsong-4 satellite, "a newly developed" earth observation satellite, blasted off at 9:00 am local time (0030 GMT) from the Sohae Space Center in Cholsan County, North Phyongan province, and later entered the target orbit, said the KCTV.
DPRK's leader Kim Jong-un signed the order to launch the satellite on Saturday and the KCTV disclosed photos of his signature.
The satellite is going round the polar orbit at 494.6 km perigee altitude and 500 km apogee altitude at the 97.4-degree angle of inclination, with a cycle of 94 minutes and 24 seconds, said a statement issued by the National Aerospace Development Administration (NADA) of the DPRK and carried by the... more »

LAUNCH OF SPACE SATELLITE BY NORTH KOREA

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Sunday successfully launched a Kwangmyongsong-4 satellite, the Korean Central Television (KCTV) reported.
The Kwangmyongsong-4 satellite, "a newly developed" earth observation satellite, blasted off at 9:00 am local time (0030 GMT) from the Sohae Space Center in Cholsan County, North Phyongan province, and later entered the target orbit, said the KCTV.
DPRK's leader Kim Jong-un signed the order to launch the satellite on Saturday and the KCTV disclosed photos of his signature.
The satellite is going round the polar orbit at 494.6 km perigee altitude and 500 km apogee altitude at the 97.4-degree angle of inclination, with a cycle of 94 minutes and 24 seconds, said a statement issued by the National Aerospace Development Administration (NADA) of the DPRK and carried by the official news agency KCNA.___

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2016-02-07 13:13:02 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

آفتاب آمد دلیل آفتاب
گر دلیلت باید از وی رو متاب
از وی ار سایه نشانی می‌دهد
شمس هر دم نور جانی می‌دهد
سایه خواب آرد ترا همچون سمر
چون برآید شمس انشق القمر
خود غریبی در جهان چون شمس نیست
شمس جان باقیست کاو را امس نیست
شمس در خارج اگر چه هست فرد
می‌توان هم مثل او تصویر کرد
شمس جان کو خارج آمد از اثیر
نبودش در ذهن و در خارج نظیر
در تصور ذات او را گنج کو
تا در آید در تصور مثل او
~  رومی

None but the sun can display the sun,
If you would see it displayed, turn not away from it.
Shadows, indeed, may indicate the sun'spresence,
But only the sun displays the light of life.
Shadows induce slumber, like evening talks,
But when the sun arises the "moon is split asunder." 
In the world there is naught so wondrous as the sun,
But the Sun of the soul sets not and has no yesterday.<... more »

آفتاب آمد دلیل آفتاب
گر دلیلت باید از وی رو متاب
از وی ار سایه نشانی می‌دهد
شمس هر دم نور جانی می‌دهد
سایه خواب آرد ترا همچون سمر
چون برآید شمس انشق القمر
خود غریبی در جهان چون شمس نیست
شمس جان باقیست کاو را امس نیست
شمس در خارج اگر چه هست فرد
می‌توان هم مثل او تصویر کرد
شمس جان کو خارج آمد از اثیر
نبودش در ذهن و در خارج نظیر
در تصور ذات او را گنج کو
تا در آید در تصور مثل او
~  رومی

None but the sun can display the sun,
If you would see it displayed, turn not away from it.
Shadows, indeed, may indicate the sun's presence,
But only the sun displays the light of life.
Shadows induce slumber, like evening talks,
But when the sun arises the "moon is split asunder." 
In the world there is naught so wondrous as the sun,
But the Sun of the soul sets not and has no yesterday.
Though the material sun is unique and single,
We can conceive similar suns like to it.
But the Sun of the soul, beyond this firmament,
No like thereof is seen in concrete or abstract.
Where is there room in conception for His essence,
So that similitudes of HIM should be conceivable?
~ Rumi___

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BANGLADESH PREPARES A LIST OF 200 PERSONNEL EX PAKISTAN ARMED FORCES ON ALLEGATIONS OF WAR CRIMES 
List at:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/peacealliance/809552182507400/

A list of Pakistani soldiers, who are alleged to have committed war crimes in 1971, has been prepared by a Bangladeshi organisation headed by a sitting minister of Awami League "International War Crimes Mass Trial Movement (IWCMTM)".
The organisation, formed while the trials of so-called Bangladeshi collaborators were underway, placed the list containing 200 names at a press conference on 2 February 2016. Shipping Minister Shahjahan Khan was instrumental in its formation after Pakistan began opposing the trials and execution of convicts.
Altogether 195 Pakistani Army personnel had been accused of war crimes in 1971, but Khan explained the presence of five more names.
“The plan was to release19... more »

BANGLADESH PREPARES A LIST OF 200 PERSONNEL EX PAKISTAN ARMED FORCES ON ALLEGATIONS OF WAR CRIMES 
List at:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/peacealliance/809552182507400/

A list of Pakistani soldiers, who are alleged to have committed war crimes in 1971, has been prepared by a Bangladeshi organisation headed by a sitting minister of Awami League "International War Crimes Mass Trial Movement (IWCMTM)".
The organisation, formed while the trials of so-called Bangladeshi collaborators were underway, placed the list containing 200 names at a press conference on 2 February 2016. Shipping Minister Shahjahan Khan was instrumental in its formation after Pakistan began opposing the trials and execution of convicts.
Altogether 195 Pakistani Army personnel had been accused of war crimes in 1971, but Khan explained the presence of five more names.
“The plan was to release 195 names, but we found five more individuals; so the list has 200 names.”
The organisation has received more information, he said. “More lists will be made public after verifying the information.” 
Sixty-eight army men named in the list have been accused of planning war crimes and leading their execution. 
Charges of genocide, rape, looting and arson have been levelled against 118. Another 14 have been accused of committing genocide on a massive scale.
The list names a lieutenant general, five major generals, five colonels, 20 brigadiers, 39 lieutenant colonels, 45 captains, 81 majors, two lieutenants, three air force personnel and three Navy personnel.
The IWCMTM members will march in a procession and appeal to the speaker to have the issue raised in parliament. 
Journalist Abed Khan, film director Kazi Hayat, freedom fighter Ismat Kadir Gama, professor Abdul Mannan Chowdhury and actress Rokeya Prachi were present at the press meet.
Shahriar Kabir, executive president of Ghatak Dalam Nirmul Committee, is against the IWCMTM move.___

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PIA AFTER PRIVATIZATION

PIA AFTER PRIVATIZATION___

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WAR CRIMES TRIAL IN BANGLADESH - A REAL POLITICAL VENDETTA 
By Dr. Md. Abdul Jalil, Department of Business Administration of International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)
Published in Journal of Politics and Law Vol. 3, No. 2; September 2010

Abstract:
According to national and international press report, the present Awami League (AL) government in Bangladesh has been oppressing opposition political party leaders and their supporters as a means of revenge against them since it assumed in power in January 2009. So far it has killed more than 200 people extra-judicially and arrested more than 1200 leaders and supporters of Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh (Jamaat) and Shibir without any valid reason and they are being oppressed in detention since February 2010. This paper mainly focuses on the war crimes trial issue in Bangladesh for war crimes committed in 1971 during independence... more »

WAR CRIMES TRIAL IN BANGLADESH - A REAL POLITICAL VENDETTA 
By Dr. Md. Abdul Jalil, Department of Business Administration of International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)
Published in Journal of Politics and Law Vol. 3, No. 2; September 2010

Abstract:
According to national and international press report, the present Awami League (AL) government in Bangladesh has been oppressing opposition political party leaders and their supporters as a means of revenge against them since it assumed in power in January 2009. So far it has killed more than 200 people extra-judicially and arrested more than 1200 leaders and supporters of Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh (Jamaat) and Shibir without any valid reason and they are being oppressed in detention since February 2010. This paper mainly focuses on the war crimes trial issue in Bangladesh for war crimes committed in 1971 during independence movement in Bangladesh. Descriptive and analytical research methodology has been applied in this paper. It is an empirical research. It critically explains the mala fide intention of the AL government in prosecuting and arresting some of the opposition political party leaders in Bangladesh for their alleged role in 1971.
Read full research article:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/peacealliance/809547272507891/___

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کہاں آ کے رُکنے تھے، راستے کہاں موڑ تھا، اُسے بُھول جا
وہ جو مل گیا اُسے یاد رکھ، جو نہیں ملا اُسے بُھول جا

وہ ترے نصیب کی بارشیں کسی اور چھت پہ برس گئیں
دلِ بے خبر مری بات سُن، اُسے بُھول جا، اُسے بُھول جا

میں تو گُم تھا تیرے ہی دھیان میں، تِری آس، تیرے گمان میں
صبا کہہ گئی مرے کان میں، میرے ساتھ آ، اُسے بُھول جا

کِسی آنکھ میں نہیں اشکِ غم، ترے بعد کچھ بھی نہیں ہے کم
تجھے زندگی نے بُھلا دیا، تُوبھی مُسکرا، اُسے بُھول جا

کہیں چاکِ جاں کا رفو نہیں، کسی آستیں پہ لہو نہیں
کہشہیدِ راہِ ملال کا نہیں خوں بہا، اُسے بُھول جا

کیوں اَٹا ہوا ہے غبارمیں، غمِ زندگی کے فشار میں
وہ جو درج تھا ترے بخت میں، سو وہ ہو گیا، اُسے بُھول جا

نہ وہ آنکھ ہی تری آنکھ تھی، نہ وہ خواب ہی ترا خواب تھا
دلِ منتظر تو یہ کس لیے، ترا جاگنا، اُسے بُھول جا

یہ جو رات دن کا ہے کھیل سا، اسے دیکھ، اس پہ یقین نہ کر
نہیں عکس کوئی... more »

کہاں آ کے رُکنے تھے، راستے کہاں موڑ تھا، اُسے بُھول جا
وہ جو مل گیا اُسے یاد رکھ، جو نہیں ملا اُسے بُھول جا

وہ ترے نصیب کی بارشیں کسی اور چھت پہ برس گئیں
دلِ بے خبر مری بات سُن، اُسے بُھول جا، اُسے بُھول جا

میں تو گُم تھا تیرے ہی دھیان میں، تِری آس، تیرے گمان میں
صبا کہہ گئی مرے کان میں، میرے ساتھ آ، اُسے بُھول جا

کِسی آنکھ میں نہیں اشکِ غم، ترے بعد کچھ بھی نہیں ہے کم
تجھے زندگی نے بُھلا دیا، تُوبھی مُسکرا، اُسے بُھول جا

کہیں چاکِ جاں کا رفو نہیں، کسی آستیں پہ لہو نہیں
کہ شہیدِ راہِ ملال کا نہیں خوں بہا، اُسے بُھول جا

کیوں اَٹا ہوا ہے غبارمیں، غمِ زندگی کے فشار میں
وہ جو درج تھا ترے بخت میں، سو وہ ہو گیا، اُسے بُھول جا

نہ وہ آنکھ ہی تری آنکھ تھی، نہ وہ خواب ہی ترا خواب تھا
دلِ منتظر تو یہ کس لیے، ترا جاگنا، اُسے بُھول جا

یہ جو رات دن کا ہے کھیل سا، اسے دیکھ، اس پہ یقین نہ کر
نہیں عکس کوئی بھی مستقل، سرِ آئینہ، اُسے بُھول جا

جو بساطِ جاں ہی اُلٹ گیا، وہ جو راستے سے پلٹ گیا
اُسے روکنے سے حصول کیا، اُسے مت بُلا، اُسے بُھول جا

تو یہ کس لیے شبِ ہجر کے اُسے ہر ستارے میں دیکھنا
وہ فلک کہ جس پہ ملے تھے ہم، کوئی اور تھا، اُسے بُھول جا

تجھے چاند بن کے مِلا تھا جو، ترے ساحلوں پہ کِھلا تھا جو
وہ تھا ایک دریا وصال کا، سو اُتر گیا، اُسے بُھول جا

شاعر : امجد اسلام امجد___

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AMBASSADOR RICHARD OLSON CALLS ON GEN RAHEEL SHARIF 

Ambassador Richard G. Olson, US special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan called on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif, today at General Headquarters. Overall regional security situation with particular reference to situation in Afghanistan came under discussion during the meeting.
Ambassador appreciated the efforts of Pakistan in fight against terrorism.

AMBASSADOR RICHARD OLSON CALLS ON GEN RAHEEL SHARIF 

Ambassador Richard G. Olson, US special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan called on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif, today at General Headquarters. Overall regional security situation with particular reference to situation in Afghanistan came under discussion during the meeting.
Ambassador appreciated the efforts of Pakistan in fight against terrorism.___

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A man rides a horse-drawn carriage on the frozen Cildir Lake in Kars province, eastern Turkey.

A man rides a horse-drawn carriage on the frozen Cildir Lake in Kars province, eastern Turkey.___

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A model dressed in an outfit made with chocolate presents the creation at the Brussels "Le Salon du Chocolat" chocolate fair.

A model dressed in an outfit made with chocolate presents the creation at the Brussels "Le Salon du Chocolat" chocolate fair.___

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Newly wed Syrian couple Nada Merhiand Hassan Youssef have their wedding pictures taken in a heavily damaged building in the war ravaged city of Homs. 
A Syrian photographer thought of using the destruction of Homs to take pictures of newlyweds to show that life is stronger than death. 

Newly wed Syrian couple Nada Merhiand Hassan Youssef have their wedding pictures taken in a heavily damaged building in the war ravaged city of Homs. 
A Syrian photographer thought of using the destruction of Homs to take pictures of newlyweds to show that life is stronger than death. ___

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THE WORLD's JOBLESS
Latest available figures

UNITED STATES - 4.9 percent in February 2016
SOUTH AFRICA - 25.5 percent in October 2015
JAPAN, 3.3 percent December 2015
PAKISTAN, 6.0 percent in October 2015
ITALY, 11.4 percent in December 2015
RUSSIA, 5.8 percent in December 2015
INDIA, 4.9 percent in December 2013
PORTUGAL, 11.9 percent in October 2015
MAURITANIA, 12.85 percent in December 2014
MEXICO, 3.96 percent in December 2015
UNITED KINGDOM, 5.1 percent in December 2015
IVORY COAST, 5.3 percent in December 2013
AUSTRALIA, 5.8 percent in December 2015
EAST TIMOR, 11.0 percent in December 2013
GREECE, 24.5 percent in October 2015
BRAZIL, 6.9 percent in December 2015
FRANCE, 10.6 percent in October 2015
GERMANY, 4.5 percent in December 2015
PALESTINE, 27.4 percent in October 2015
ZIMBABWE,... more »

THE WORLD's JOBLESS
Latest available figures

UNITED STATES - 4.9 percent in February 2016
SOUTH AFRICA - 25.5 percent in October 2015
JAPAN, 3.3 percent December 2015
PAKISTAN, 6.0 percent in October 2015
ITALY, 11.4 percent in December 2015
RUSSIA, 5.8 percent in December 2015
INDIA, 4.9 percent in December 2013
PORTUGAL, 11.9 percent in October 2015
MAURITANIA, 12.85 percent in December 2014
MEXICO, 3.96 percent in December 2015
UNITED KINGDOM, 5.1 percent in December 2015
IVORY COAST, 5.3 percent in December 2013
AUSTRALIA, 5.8 percent in December 2015
EAST TIMOR, 11.0 percent in December 2013
GREECE, 24.5 percent in October 2015
BRAZIL, 6.9 percent in December 2015
FRANCE, 10.6 percent in October 2015
GERMANY, 4.5 percent in December 2015
PALESTINE, 27.4 percent in October 2015
ZIMBABWE, 11.3 percent in December 2014
CHINA, 4.05 percent in January 2016
SPAIN, 20.9 percent in January 2016
SINGAPORE, 1.9 percent in December 2015
SAUDI ARABIA, 5.7 percent in June 2015
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, 42.73 percent in November 2015___

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FINANCE MINISTER IN A MEETING WITH SENIOR ARMY OFFICERS

FINANCE MINISTER IN A MEETING WITH SENIOR ARMY OFFICERS___

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OUTCOME OF THE AFGHAN RECONCILIATION PROCESS SHOULD BE A POLITICAL SETTLEMENT, CESSATION OF VIOLENCE, AND DURABLE PEACE - QCG

Joint Press Release: The Third Meeting of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) of Afghanistan, Pakistan, the United States and China

The third meeting of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) of Afghanistan, Pakistan, the United States and China on the Afghan Peace and Reconciliation process was held in Islamabad on 6 February 2016. Foreign Secretary of Pakistan Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry hosted the meeting. Other delegations were led by Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister Hekmat Khalil Karzai, US Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Ambassador Richard G. Olson and China's Special Envoy for Afghanistan Ambassador Deng Xijun. 
Building on the progress made in the last two meetings, the Group explored ways for holding early direct peace... more »

OUTCOME OF THE AFGHAN RECONCILIATION PROCESS SHOULD BE A POLITICAL SETTLEMENT, CESSATION OF VIOLENCE, AND DURABLE PEACE - QCG

Joint Press Release: The Third Meeting of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) of Afghanistan, Pakistan, the United States and China

The third meeting of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) of Afghanistan, Pakistan, the United States and China on the Afghan Peace and Reconciliation process was held in Islamabad on 6 February 2016. Foreign Secretary of Pakistan Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry hosted the meeting. Other delegations were led by Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister Hekmat Khalil Karzai, US Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Ambassador Richard G. Olson and China's Special Envoy for Afghanistan Ambassador Deng Xijun. 
Building on the progress made in the last two meetings, the Group explored ways for holding early direct peace talks between the authorized representatives of the Afghan Government and Taliban groups. In this regard, the Group also adopted a roadmap stipulating the stages and steps in the process. 
The Group stressed that the outcome of the reconciliation process should be a political settlement that results in the cessation of violence, and durable peace in Afghanistan. 
Towards this end, the QCG countries agreed to continue joint efforts for setting a date for direct peace talks between the representatives of the Afghan government and Taliban groups expected to take place by the end of February 2016. The QCG members called on all Taliban groups to join the peace talks. 
The QCG agreed to continue regular meetings to ensure a smooth way forward in the peace and reconciliation process in Afghanistan. The group agreed to hold its next meeting in Kabul on 23 February 2016. 
Islamabad, 
6 February 2016___

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Italy, Alps and Mediterranean

Italy, Alps and Mediterranean___

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Denmark, Norway and Sweden under the aurora.

Denmark, Norway and Sweden under the aurora.___

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The 18th and final primary mirror segment is installed on what will be the biggest and most powerful space telescope ever launched.
In this rare view, the James Webb Space Telescope's 18 mirrors are seen fully installed on the James Webb Space Telescope structure at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.
Credits: NASA/Chris Gunn

The 18th and final primary mirror segment is installed on what will be the biggest and most powerful space telescope ever launched.
In this rare view, the James Webb Space Telescope's 18 mirrors are seen fully installed on the James Webb Space Telescope structure at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.
Credits: NASA/Chris Gunn___

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Inside a massive clean room at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland the James Webb Space Telescope team used a robotic am to install the last of the telescope's 18 mirrors onto the telescope structure.
Credits: NASA/Chris Gunn

Inside a massive clean room at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland the James Webb Space Telescope team used a robotic am to install the last of the telescope's 18 mirrors onto the telescope structure.
Credits: NASA/Chris Gunn___

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TAIWAN QUAKE - MORE THAN 100 MISSING, 13 CONFIRMED DEAD

Authorities in southern Taiwan say more than 100 people are still missing after a strong earthquake caused a high-rise residential building to collapse.
Rescuers were racing to locate the missing after nightfall Saturday, hours after the quake struck before dawn. At least 13 people were killed.
Authorities say 475 people were injured, but 368 of them were discharged from hospitals by late Saturday afternoon.

TAIWAN QUAKE - MORE THAN 100 MISSING, 13 CONFIRMED DEAD

Authorities in southern Taiwan say more than 100 people are still missing after a strong earthquake caused a high-rise residential building to collapse.
Rescuers were racing to locate the missing after nightfall Saturday, hours after the quake struck before dawn. At least 13 people were killed.
Authorities say 475 people were injured, but 368 of them were discharged from hospitals by late Saturday afternoon.___

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FC BALOCHISTAN VEHICLE DESTROYED IN QUETTA BLAST

FC BALOCHISTAN VEHICLE DESTROYED IN QUETTA BLAST___

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PAKISTAN REAFFIRMS COMMITMENT TO PEACE, STABILITY IN AFGHANISTAN - SARTAJ AZIZ 

Third Meeting of the Quadrilateral Contact Group (QCG) of Afghanistan, Pakistan, the United States and China on Afghan reconciliation process Opening Remarks of Mr. Sartaj Aziz Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs (2016-02-06) 

Honourable Members of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group, 

I would like to extend you a very warm welcome for this third meeting of the QCG to coordinate our efforts for facilitating the Afghan reconciliation process. I am confident that you will have useful deliberations today aimed at further advancing the work of the Group in a meaningful manner. 

Let me reaffirm that for Pakistan, peace in Afghanistan is very important for regional peace and stability. We firmly believe that a politically negotiated settlement through an all inclusiveint... more »

PAKISTAN REAFFIRMS COMMITMENT TO PEACE, STABILITY IN AFGHANISTAN - SARTAJ AZIZ 

Third Meeting of the Quadrilateral Contact Group (QCG) of Afghanistan, Pakistan, the United States and China on Afghan reconciliation process Opening Remarks of Mr. Sartaj Aziz Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs (2016-02-06) 

Honourable Members of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group, 

I would like to extend you a very warm welcome for this third meeting of the QCG to coordinate our efforts for facilitating the Afghan reconciliation process. I am confident that you will have useful deliberations today aimed at further advancing the work of the Group in a meaningful manner. 

Let me reaffirm that for Pakistan, peace in Afghanistan is very important for regional peace and stability. We firmly believe that a politically negotiated settlement through an all inclusive intra-Afghan reconciliation process will contribute towards accomplishing our shared goal of lasting peace in Afghanistan. Towards this end, Pakistan has been engaged in serious and consistent efforts to facilitate an Afghan-owned and Afghan-led reconciliation process. 

Pakistan deeply appreciates the commitment as well as efforts of the Afghan National Unity Government for promoting durable peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan through political settlement. We also commend the constructive role of the United States and China for facilitating the peace process. 

This Quadrilateral process which we had agreed to establish on the sidelines of the Heart of Asia Conference last December is a manifestation of our shared commitment to undertake joint efforts for realizing the goal of reducing violence and achieving long term peace and stability in Afghanistan, and our region. 

It is really encouraging that the Group has made steady progress in its first two meetings, demonstrating clarity as well as seriousness of purpose. In the Kabul meeting on 18 January, the QCG's call on the Taliban groups to enter into early talks with the Afghan Government without preconditions is a reiteration of a strong message by the international community for peace talks in order to find a basis for enduring political settlement in Afghanistan. 

I am hopeful that continuing with this spirit and resolve, the Group will now focus on the early adoption of a roadmap for the reconciliation process and identify the way forward for holding direct peace talks between the representatives of the Government of Afghanistan and Taliban groups as early as possible. 

Here I would like to emphasize state that Pakistan fully shares Afghanistan's concern that increasing violence is a key challenge, and its reduction should be an important objective of peace talks. For decades, people of Afghanistan have suffered from an unending cycle of violence. They need lasting peace and stability. Therefore, QCG works towards advancing political reconciliation in Afghanistan is of crucial importance. We are confident that the process would lead to a significant reduction of violence. 

In our view, a clear, well-defined and actionable roadmap for the peace process between the Afghan Government and Taliban groups is important. It should identify and stipulate various stages of the process while measuring the progress being made at each stage. It should also serve to convey positive signals about unflinching commitment of the parties to the peace process. We will also need to focus on proper sequencing of the measures in the peace process, timely joint decisions and actions on key issues, and effective coordination among the QCG countries, as the reconciliation process moves forward and delivers the desired outcome. I am hopeful that in today's deliberations you will be able to finalize and adopt the roadmap. 

As regards the peace process, we believe our collective efforts at this stage, including through supportive CBMs have to be aimed at persuading maximum number of Taliban groups to join the peace talks. This will contribute to imparting a momentum to the process offering incentive of political mainstreaming to the insurgent groups, and gradually shrink the space for the irreconcilables. 

This quadrilateral framework is based on our mutual consensus that political reconciliation is the most viable option for promoting long term peace and stability in Afghanistan. Therefore, we have to exert all our efforts and energies on keeping the process on track. Persistence and perseverance will be required for guarding against theimpediments, avoiding a situation like that witnessed in July last year. 

In conclusion, while extending my best wishes for a constructive, meaningful and result-oriented meeting, I would like to reaffirm Pakistan's firm commitment to our continued efforts to facilitate lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan. 

Thank you very much. 

Islamabad 
6 February 2016___

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QUETTA BLAST
At least 9 people killed including 3 FC personnel, dozens injured 
FC vehicles attacked near Jinnah Road, Liaquat Park
More casualties feared 

QUETTA BLAST
At least 9 people killed including 3 FC personnel, dozens injured 
FC vehicles attacked near Jinnah Road, Liaquat Park
More casualties feared ___

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PHOTOS OF VENICE CARNIVAL
4 Feb 2016

Venice Carnival is held from Jan. 23 to Feb. 9 at San Marco Piazza in Venice, Italy

PHOTOS OF VENICE CARNIVAL
4 Feb 2016

Venice Carnival is held from Jan. 23 to Feb. 9 at San Marco Piazza in Venice, Italy___

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MARRIAGE IN THE WAR RAVAGED CITY OF HOMS SYRIA

MARRIAGE IN THE WAR RAVAGED CITY OF HOMS SYRIA___

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Kashmiri protesters watch as a tear gas shell fired by Indian policemen explodes near them during a protest in Srinagar, Indian Occupied Kashmir, Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. 
Government forces fired tear gas to quell protest by hundreds of rock-throwing Kashmiris shortly after Friday prayers in Indian Occupied Kashmir, while displaying Pakistani flags and chanting pro-independence slogans in the region's main city, police said. 
Pakistanis observe Feb. 5 every year as "Kashmir Solidarit Day" by holding rallies and arranging seminars on the issue of Kashmir, which is an unresolved issue on UN agenda since 1947. 
AP Photo/Dar Yasin

Kashmiri protesters watch as a tear gas shell fired by Indian policemen explodes near them during a protest in Srinagar, Indian Occupied Kashmir, Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. 
Government forces fired tear gas to quell protest by hundreds of rock-throwing Kashmiris shortly after Friday prayers in Indian Occupied Kashmir, while displaying Pakistani flags and chanting pro-independence slogans in the region's main city, police said. 
Pakistanis observe Feb. 5 every year as "Kashmir Solidarit Day" by holding rallies and arranging seminars on the issue of Kashmir, which is an unresolved issue on UN agenda since 1947. 
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Models present creations by designer Alejandro Santizo during the International Flamenco Fashion Show in Seville, Spain, Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. Santizo is a new designer emerging this year with this dramatic vibrant look designed around the traditional Flamenco art. 
AP Photo/Miguel Angel Morenatti

Models present creations by designer Alejandro Santizo during the International Flamenco Fashion Show in Seville, Spain, Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. Santizo is a new designer emerging this year with this dramatic vibrant look designed around the traditional Flamenco art. 
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Abul Bajandar, a patient diagnosed with epidermodysplasia verruciformis, a rare skin disease, awaits treatment at the Dhaka Medical College, in Bangladesh.
epa/Abir Abdullah

Abul Bajandar, a patient diagnosed with epidermodysplasia verruciformis, a rare skin disease, awaits treatment at the Dhaka Medical College, in Bangladesh.
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2016-02-06 08:50:04 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

Employees of Pakistan International Airlines shout slogans as police use a water cannon on them during a protest near Karachi International Airport on February 2. 
AFP/Rizwan Tabassum 

Employees of Pakistan International Airlines shout slogans as police use a water cannon on them during a protest near Karachi International Airport on February 2. 
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Schoolchildren flee as army soldiers conduct an mock counterterrorism exercise in Peshawar, Pakistan. 
Reuters/Khuram Parvez

Schoolchildren flee as army soldiers conduct an mock counterterrorism exercise in Peshawar, Pakistan. 
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A couple holds hands for a wedding photo as they look at smoke rising over the district of Sur in Diyarbakir, Turkey, after clashes between Kurdish rebels and Turkish forces. 
AFP/Ilyas Akengin

A couple holds hands for a wedding photo as they look at smoke rising over the district of Sur in Diyarbakir, Turkey, after clashes between Kurdish rebels and Turkish forces. 
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Indian Sikhs perform the Sikh martial art known as 'Gatka' as they take part in a 'rural Olympics' sports festival in Kilaraipur
AFP / Shammi Mehra

Indian Sikhs perform the Sikh martial art known as 'Gatka' as they take part in a 'rural Olympics' sports festival in Kilaraipur
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An aerial view of the solar mirrors at the Noor 1 Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plant, some 20km (12.5 miles) outside the central Moroccan town of Ouarzazate on February 4, 2016. 
Noor 1 is one of the largest solar plants in the world, which is the first stage of a larger project designed to boost renewable energy production in Morocco. 
AFP / FADEL SENNA

An aerial view of the solar mirrors at the Noor 1 Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plant, some 20km (12.5 miles) outside the central Moroccan town of Ouarzazate on February 4, 2016. 
Noor 1 is one of the largest solar plants in the world, which is the first stage of a larger project designed to boost renewable energy production in Morocco. 
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