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”کچھ عشق کیا ، کچھ کام کیا“

”کچھ عشق کیا ، کچھ کام کیا“
وہ لوگ بہت خوش قسمت تھے
جو عشق کو کام سمجھتے تھے
یا کام سے عاشقی کرتے تھے
ھم جیتے جی مصروف رھے
کچھ عشق کیا ، کچھ کام کیا
کام عشق کے آڑے آتا رھا
اور عشق سے کام اُلجھتا رھا
پھر آخر تنگ آ کر ھم نے
دونوں کو ادھورا چھوڑ دیا
”فیض احمد فیض“



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WaQaS DaR

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Video Of A Flight Attendant Being Thrown About During Turbulence Is Every Flier's Worst Nightmare

To all the people who're getting on an airplane anytime soon, I'm sorry for what you're going to read next. There's a terrifying video of some violent turbulence on a plane that is going around right now, because well, it's terrifying. (I know I said terrifying twice, but this video deserves it. Possibly the worst flight ever was an ALK Airlines flight Boeing 737 going from Kosovo to Switzerland where at one point, the turbulence got so bad that a flight attendant crashed into the roof. Yep, the roof of the plane. Passenger Mirjeta Basha managed to capture the moment and well, here it is. Warning - this might make people's fear of flying even worse. The video shows the powerful jolt that threw the flight attendant into the roof of the aircraft. The fear among all the people aboard can also be seen. Reportedly, a few passengers were even hospitalized after the flight landed. Talking to a Swiss paper, Basha said, “People started screaming and crying. I thought we all had to die. My husband has scalded his neck.” A statement from the airport authorities said, “The flight from Pristina with airline ALK experienced turbulence in the air around 20 minutes before landing. The pilot alerted handling agents so that the airport firemen were immediately on the scene when the plane arrived. The aircraft continued for a normal landing, no emergency was declared. Medical assistance was requested after landing, two passengers needed medical assessment. No seats were ripped off at all.”

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This 10YO Is Forced To Travel 14Kms Daily For Just 2 Cans Of Water & It's A Reality Check For Us

Can you recall your life as a 10-year-old trotting around the house? Remember how we lived without a care in the world and how our to-do list comprised of just four things - eating, sleeping, playing and a bit of studying - day in and day out, with a want for nothing in our young lives?  We had a rather comfortable life, a house filled with toys, a bunch of friends to play catch with, a loving family and all our needs taken care of without having to utter a word. © Getty Images But 10-year-old Siddharth Dhage from Mukundwadi, Aurangabad in Maharashtra was not born with such good fortune. Maharashtra is currently facing one of the worst drought situations the city has seen in the recent past, and Siddharth is bearing the brunt of the consequent acute water crisis in his hometown. © Getty Images Siddharth is a resident of a housing unit located in Nirmala Devi Nagar which houses 300 families, but the water supply in the area is basically non-existent. Like many others in his locality, Siddharth travels long distances to fetch cans of water that would aid his family's daily survival.  Travelling close to 14 km daily, class 2 student Siddharth, with his two other companions, 12-year-old Ayesha and her younger sister 9-year-old Sakshi, board the train plying between Aurangabad-Hyderabad to fetch water from the taps of the railway station in Aurangabad.  © BCCL Siddharth leaves his home at noon every day to board the Aurangabad-Hyderabad train from the Mukundwadi railway station. He then gets down at the Aurangabad City Junction to fill his cans with water from the railway taps installed along the railway lines. He boards the train back home and reaches home late in the evening after almost six hours of to and fro.  © BCCL From waiting under a tree for the train to hopping on to it within minutes of its arrival with the heavy, water-filled cans and making a 14 km pilgrimage on a daily basis, the 10-year-old is the living example of what mindless wastage of water can do to the less privileged and impact the future we are trying to build for the next generation.  © BCCL Let's take pity on the reality of so many of our countrymen and do our bit to preserve water, and bring this grave situation to the authorities' attention and push them into action. All of us deserve easy and free access to clean drinking water.

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Brazilian Legend Marta Breaks Klose's World Cup Goal-Scoring Record & We Need To Talk About Her

33-year-old Brazilain Legend Marta scored a second-half penalty in Brazil's match against Italy to break Miroslav Klose's record of most goals scored at a men's or women's FIFA World Cup finals. She is also the first woman to have featured in five World Cups. Marta has now scored more than a quarter of all of her country's Women's World Cup goals. The six-time World Player of the Year, who won the World Cup Golden Ball as the top scorer at the 2007 tournament, has also been a runner-up in the annual Global Player Awards five times. The Brazillian skipper became the first woman to score in five separate World Cups in Brazil's opening game against Australia before netting her second goal this World Cup, her 17th in all World Cups and her 106th on the international stage. The moment of history for #Marta ð§ð·

What a night ð#ITABRA | #FIFAWWC pic.twitter.com/SEZfKa3nZd — FIFA Women's World Cup (@FIFAWWC) June 18, 2019 With more goals, scored at a better goal-per-minute ratio than any of her Brazilian compatriots, Marta is, by all means, one of the greatest women to have ever graced the game of football. But her popularity is not bound to the borders of Brazil, as she is known all around the world as an emblem for women's football. Widely praised for playing an essential role in raising the level and the stature of women's football amid the sport's steadily growing TV audiences around the world, Marta is nothing but an icon. Marta officially the GOAT. 17th world cup goal tonight. The most of any player... Men or women at a World Cup. Respect!!! #BRA — Eniola Aluko (@EniAlu) June 18, 2019 So much so, that speaking with the press after the match, opposition team Italy's manager Milena Bertolini said "She's emblematic of the women's game on a global basis. When a lot of people have watched her over the last few years, they have really changed their mind with regards to whether women can indeed play football or not." Previous record holder Miroslav Klose, who had 16 goals spread across four World Cups, was considered to be a hero of the game in native Germany and Marta is no less. Unfortunately, Marta has not been on the receiving end of the same kind of reverence and respect. This year's FIFA Women's World Cup has been a referendum on women's sports. With a large spectacle being made for the move for equality in terms of viewership, earnings and (perhaps most importantly) respect, a legend like Marta beating a record set by a man, makes the boldest statement it possibly can. © Reuters Speaking after the game, Marta said, "We are trying to represent women and show how women can play any type of role. All the teams here, we are all representing [women]. Let me be clear, this is not only in sports. This is a struggle for equality across the board." Marta's status as a legend of the sport has been cemented and her statements are further proof of exactly what she is made of. It is journeys and stories like hers which make women's sport so important to be appreciated.

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