Monthly Archives: May 2012
Every man have naturally feeling that he listen where he talk, he have idea, and there is acceptable and respectable were he take step .
Must read these point will help you every place.
Read a book every day.
Learn a new language
Pick up a new hobby
Take up a new course.
Create an inspirational room.
Overcome your fears.
Level up your skills
Wake up early
Have a weekly exercise routine
Start your life handbook.
Write a letter to your future self.
Get out of your comfort zone.
Put someone up to a challenge
Identify your blind spots.
Ask for feedback.
Learn from people who inspire you.
Quit a bad habit.
Start a blog about personal development.
Learn chess (or any strategy game).
Stop watching TV.
Start a 30-day challenge.
Read at least 1 personal development article a day
Commit to your personal growth.
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Workshop on topic Depreassion and its control image taken in Karachi universty with company Mr Zulfiqar ali shah
What is Personality?
The “personality” is the typical pattern of thinking, feeling, and behaviors that make a person unique.
When we say that someone has a “good personality” we mean that they are likeable, interesting and pleasant to be with.
Everyone wants to be attractive to others. To that end, having a good personality is vital – probably even more so than good looks. In fact, approximately 85 percent of your success and happiness will be a result of how well you interact with others. Ultimately, it is your personality that determines whether people are attracted to, or shy away from you.
While we can only enhance our looks to a certain extent, we have the ability to improve the personality as much as we want. We can develop or integrate any trait we deem fitting and agreeable.
1.Be a better listener.
2.Read more and expand your interests.
3.Be a good conversationalist.
4.Have an Opinion.
5.Meet New People.
7.Have a positive outlook and attitude
8.Be fun and see the humorous side of life.
9.Be supportive of others.
10.Have Integrity and treat people with respect.
If any have these part in personality he/she is most influence person an other.
These are some every office holders care to higher those person who complete suitable and attractive personality during office time and outside.
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Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani on Wednesday suggested that the government should print currency notes and pour capital into the electricity sector in order to overcome loadshedding,
During the federal cabinet session, Gilani said, “We can print currency notes and pour capital in the electricity sector in order to overcome loadshedding”.
Gilani’s suggestion surprised ministers present in the session, however, Interior Minister Rehman Malik, while endorsing the prime minister’s statement, said that the “2-3% rise in inflation could be overcome within a few years” and that there was no problem in printing money.
The participants also suggested that the recovery of dues that different sectors owed Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda) could be handed over to Malik to curb the circular debt.
However, this idea was opposed by some ministers, saying that this will cause a dispute between the trader community and industry with Wapda.
Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Shaikh said that Wapda does not have a system to gauge the amount of electricity needed by different cities. He said that Wapda needs to develop a system to properly distribute electricity within the cities, prioritising on the demand.
Minister for Water and Power Syed Naveed Qamar could not answer a question asked 3-4 times in the session about the capacity of the electricity produced by Wapda.
Gilani says decision on Nato supplies be taken considering national interest
Gilani said that the decision on resumption of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) supply routes will be taken considering Pakistan’s national interest.
The prime minister said that the government has not compromised on its principles in the past and will not do so in the future.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is likely to be formally approved by the federal cabinet to reopen vital land routes for foreign forces stationed in Afghanistan.
He said that the government does not want to take an “emotional” decision which will not be beneficial for the country.
Reiterating his stance on the right to appeal the Supreme Court’s verdict in the contempt of court case, Gilani said that he is not “scared of any threats” and that he will continue to guard the constitution.
Earlier, Gilani had said that Pakistan’s relationship with 48 countries serving in the Nato cannot be put on stake just because of the US.
On Tuesday, Defence Committee of the Cabinet (DCC) finally gave a go-ahead to lift the almost six-month old blockade on Nato supplies passing through the country.
The supplies were suspended in November last year in reprisal to a Nato air raid on a Pakistani border post that had killed 24 soldiers and strained Pakistan-US relations to the breaking point.
PM briefs cabinet on UK visit
The prime minister said that during his visit to the United Kingdom from May 8 to May 13, 2012, he met UK’s Queen Elizabeth on her diamond jubilee and her reign of 60 years as head of the Commonwealth at the British Deputy High Commission.
He said that he also attended a parliamentary reception held by the speaker.
“I also visited Buckingham Palace for a meeting with Duke of York,” said Gilani. “Apart from the enhanced strategic dialogue review, all major ministers called on me for detailed discussions on various strands of cooperation between Pakistan and the UK.”
The premier said that the warm welcome given to him as an elected prime minister reflects the importance and confidence the UK government attaches to its relations with a democratic Pakistan.
He said that British Prime Minister David Cameron applauded the fact that the current government of Pakistan was working to strengthen democracy in the country.
“His categorical statement that Pakistan’s friend is UK’s friend and Pakistan’s enemy is UK’s enemy was a strong reiteration of Pakistan’s standing and importance in the committee of nations.”
Gilani further said that the UK has vowed to build a deeper, stronger relationship with Pakistan and that that it wants to strengthen relations in the fields of trade, defence, health and education.
“We [Pakistan and the UK] have also agreed to boost bilateral trade,” he said.
Cabinet apprised of CASA-1000 project
While reviewing the status of the implementation of the cabinet’s decisions pertaining to Water and Power Division, the cabinet meeting was informed by Qamar that the CASA-1000 Megawatt project meeting being held in Dubai was expected to make substantial progress.
CASA-1000 is a joint project of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Prime Minister Gilani told the cabinet that economic indicators of Pakistan’s economy were moving in the right direction despite the global recession and the devastating floods of 2010 and 2011.
Shaikh assured the cabinet that full financial support will be extended to the Ministry of Water & Power to eliminate unscheduled loadshedding immediately and also to decrease scheduled loadshedding at the same time.
For this purpose, it was decided to utilise the full thermal and hydal power generation capacity in the country.
Every day is Mother day but today special for all Mom At the morning time when my mom enter in kitchen for making breakfast for her children and husband i cried stop mom she replied what happed i said my sweet mother you have must to rest and relax because to day is your special day. SHE replied “Long Live my sweet”, “i love you”.
I have spent the past few days in Canada, and everywhere I go people ask me about how China is reacting to the torch protests. I was a guest on the Al Ferraby show in Victoria this morning, and he too admitted that there is not enough information in Canada from China’s point of view.
I’ll be on a flight to Hong Kong in a few hours, so thought I’d pass this along in the meantime: A good friend has sent me a Tanya post which summarizes, in the author’s view, why the west (and United States in particular) is protesting China. This student goes by the online name of 仁者无敌, which roughly translates into “The Benevolent Have No Enemy”. He is a Chinese overseas student in Germany who recently attended a seminar called “Human Rights in Asia”. (The full Tianya post – in Chinese –
Malicious strategy of the US
Since the iron curtain was established after the Second World War, the US started to lead the western party, fighting for its own global strategic profit against the communistic world. After the disassembly of USSR, China became the only remaining potential enemy power against American global supremacy. The US established a malicious strategy, putting china into a dilemma.
First, the US wanted to repeat the victory against the USSR – to force China racing on armament. To achieve this, they apply deterrent (threatening) against China with extensive military pressure. China was forced to develop its economy and military force as fast as possible. China made his best to make economic and military wonder, but the price for this ultimate efficiency was the depression of social morality, unjust and severe environmental pollution.
Then, the US used the human rights as a moral weapon. In one aspect, the human right was an effective factor to establish solidarity all over the world against China. In western world, the mentality was similar. Western people tend to pay more attention on individual rights. With this method, the whole western world, from government to people, can be united against Chinese government. In another aspect, the overflow of the criticism against human rights in china can provoke the attention of the Chinese people on the accumulating unjust. This decreases the trust of people to the government, accumulating the anti-governmental force.
The power of China is based on its united reign and stable social community. In Chinese history, none of the dynasties died because of being invaded. They died because of the unstable society, and the invasions were just catalyst. If the anti-governmental force is strong enough, the current Chinese government will be undermined, and this biggest potential enemy will be turned into a new colony of western countries. This is proven by the history.
Italy is the country of traditions
Originally posted on italiaworldwide:
Italy is the country of traditions, in fact there are many events that are repeated year by year, with a spirit reminiscent and historical. The Palio di Legnano is one of them, and every year the last Sunday of May, commemoratesthe victorious Battle of Legnano, fought May 29, 1176 by the armies of the Lombard League against the Emperor of Germany, Frederick Barbarossa. Before the Palio horses are blessed, and the streets of the city held a parade consisting of more than 1,200 historical figures in medieval costumes, whose clothes, shields, etc.. closely reflect those of the twelfth century.
The highlight of the Palio, a horse race is the “hair” that is, without a saddle,which is manifested on Sunday and attend, as 8 districts: Flora, San Bernardino, San Martino, San Domenico, San Magno, Sant’Ambrogio, Legnarello, Sant’Erasmo. It runs on sandy mantle and is composed of two batteries elimination of 4 revolutions of the ring, to which each involving 4 quarters, and by a final 5 turns in the top 2 of the batteries classified earlier.
The district winner of the Palio has the right to retain in their own church, until the following year, the Cross of Ariberto Intimiano, which is a plaster sculpture from 1935 by sculptor Legnano Gersam Turri, which faithfully reproduces the original cross.
Pakistan: Defence Minister, Ahmad Mukhtar Sunday said that the Pakistan People s Party (PPP) stood firm by the prime minister on the contempt of court issue and an appeal would be filed after the announcement of the detail judgment, Geo News reported.Talking to the media, Ahmad Mukhtar said that the prime minister has the right to appeal and the line of action would be finalized after the announcement of the detail judgment by the Supreme Court.He further said that the party was all along with the PM and he hasn t been asked to tender resignation.Replying to a question, he said that the democratic system should continue and there shouldn t be any deadlock in it.Responding to another question, he said that we had asked the U.S. that drone attacks should be conducted jointly, but the U.S. didn t agreed.Ahmad Mukhtar said that if the Nato containers were not given passage, then it would be the violation of international laws.Regarding Siachen, he said that it was difficult to resolve the Siachen issue at this point of time.
Originally posted on Mymcbooks's Blog:
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