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Street crimes like snatching of mobiles phones, cars, gold ornaments etc. Are burning question nowadays, not only in Pakistan but all around the globe? Increasing lawlessness in cities become the alarming problem everywhere. Despite debates numerous on the issue the problem remain unsolved.

The first thing that should be noted is that street crimes are different from traditional crimes in the sense that they are mostly not committed by professional criminals. Researches have shown that the people who commit such crimes are simple native looking souls who tired of prolong poverty indulge in such activities. The main reason for this is the widening difference between rich and poor. In the past the rich people helped or cared the poor peoples, which created the strong bond between the two classes of the society. Unfortunately, the situation is reversed. The ethical values seems to have faded away. The rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer day by day.

Another reason of street crimes is the habit of showing off. When the lower class people look at the magnificent jewelry, beautiful cars, brand new advance mobile sets, there heart throbs for their luxuries, which they cannot afford. Thus they resort to illegal means attaining there amenities.

The most important reason of street crimes is the ratio of unemployment. Inflation and low salaries to the police force produce some accomplices in the street crime. A good majority of Pakistani people live below poverty lines that also faster the crimes.

In order to bring an end this evil we must educate our society because only educate and literate can make up a strong and peaceful nation. We must also build a strong family fabric. The parents should give time to their children and make them aware of the negative effects of these crimes.

In order to discourage the people from opting this way of earning we need to have a check on our spending. Instead of wasting money on extravagant clothes and shoes, we should save our money for a rainy day.

Surveillances cameras should be installed at all street corners to assist the police for catching the culprits. The black sheep with in the police force should be detected and serious action should be taken against them. For complete wiping out the social evils from our society, we need to revert back to the basics of Islam. If the golden principles of equality, moderation, justice and peace are adopted, it would soon show the good results. May god helps up in our fight against the evil or this world with honesty and sincerity.

Bureaucracy of armed forces, civil servants, judges, lawyers and general public be briefed about basic duties of a person towards his fellowmen and fear of Allah be revoked in their hearts as they are accountable to Him for every misdeed we have to be optimistic at every step of live, Insha’Allah, everything will be all right with the passage of time.




Why youngsters face more stress?


Are you going through a situation that cause stress and tension in your life.May be these tensions and stressors pile up in you and result into depression,aggressive behavior and  suicidal tendencies.You may seek relief from these tensions and stress by drinking,smoking and other types of additions.If you are a stress teenager,stop right here.Learn how to deal with bouts of stress,anxiety,depression or tension.I tackle stress and tension by identifying the situations that create negative  feelings in me.I listen soft music and get a quality entertainment to make myself relaxed and calm and to develop a positive approach in myself,I understand my problems and try to solve them to keep my friendship and relationship intact.

Like you i am a teenager too and once I experience such tensed situation.I went to the psychologist and he gave me advice to spend time with my elders.I learned a lot from my parents, how to overcome stress and tension.They relate my problems with their wards.So I must suggest that there must be an awareness and understanding between adults and youngster that will help to pave the way for productive and timely involvement.

Here are some most common problems that youngsters face these days:

  • Self-Esteem and Body Image
  • Stress
  • Bullying
  • Depression
  • Cyber Addiction
  • Drinking and Smoking
  • Teen Pregnancy
  • Underage Sex
  • Child Abuse
  • Peer-Pressure and Competition
  • Eating Disorders

    The most concerning point, is that teens may be more stressed out than adults. Youngsters could be setting themselves up for worse problems in adulthood if they can’t learn to manage it. According to a research only 50% of teens said they felt confident that they’d be able to handle personal problems. While other 50% unsure, managing stress can not only become difficult, but the behaviors that are picked up may become unhealthy habits and they had health problems,Poor sleep which result in increase risk of stroke, cancer, and changes in DNA expression.In stress youngsters start  overeating  which obviously puts a person at risk of obesity, which can lead to a slew of other problems, including heart disease and diabetes. This may overcome by doing a little exercise, but again, teens find this difficult at times, with only 51% saying that they maintain a lifestyle of physical activity.

To deal with stress, Forrester recommended that parents and other adults teach teens how to resist and manage stress better through establishing better sleep patterns, screen time limits, and exercise habits.

written by:KABA NAYAB




Teams of first episode of PSL

“The wait is now over and we are here to tell you of our intent to stage the PSL next year. The way we see it, the PSL is not just about cricket. It is a unique blend of entertainment and cricket which will be the most exciting Pakistani product. After extensive negotiations with various stakeholders, the Pakistan Super League governing council has decided to lock Doha as its preferred location for the tournament. The five-team tournament will take place in February next year with a total of 24 matches scheduled to take place in the first edition. We are starting with five teams in order to build the value of our franchises and will expand the number of teams in the coming editions.” Press conference held by Ex-Chairman PCB and Organizer of PSL Mr. Najam Sethi.

This is what Mr. Najam Sethi said a year before organizing PSL and finally the first tournament of Pakistan Super League started this year which is a great contribution to Pakistani cricket.

Through this event a very soft image of the country is presented before the world and it also led to very competitive domestic matches. Moreover it also helped in improving the earnings for players.

Top T20 players from Pakistan were selected for this platform and more than 90 international players of the world were consented to take part in the Pakistan Super League. Many of these players are T20 specialists who have already been playing in various leagues taking place globally.

A total of 5 teams took part in Pakistan Super League.

The provincial capitals Quetta, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar and the federal capital Islamabad took part in the first edition of the PSL. Mr. Najam Sethi shared that the number of teams can be increased in the coming editions based on the success of the first season of the Pakistan Super League.

The tournament featured 24 very high intensity matches. The first T20 match took place on February 4, 2016 and the final of the tournament was played on 24th of the same month.

Lahore Qalandars lost the battle in the beginning and couldn’t reach the Playoff while the rest of the four teams – Peshawar Zalmi, Quetta Gladiators, Islamabad United and Karachi Kings fought till the end and advanced to the final matches of the tournament which would decide the first champion of this ambitious cricket league.

The winning teams Peshawar Zalmi and Quetta Gladiators directly got an entry to the finals. The losing teams got another chance to claim stake for a place in the finals and confronted the winner of Islamabad vs Karachi match.

The final was among Quetta Gladiators and Islamabad United and the trophy was won by the country capital. They celebrated their victory under the captaincy of Misbah ul Haq with extreme joy.

Written By: Maryam Farooq.

India Being A Hegemonic State

India can be termed with a number of labels such as emerging power, global power, great power, or it could be termed as major power and regional power.Since India’s independence being a hegemonic state its behavior towards its minorities and Muslims has been non-friendly and aggressive.

The Indian government is treating Indian minorities in a very cruel way. BJP’s government is the cruelest regime which represents Hindu Fundamentalists whose moto is to establish RAM RAJ in the country.



Protest: The Congress MLA’s outburst seemed to be inspired by protests by Sikhs against Rahul Gandhi’s statement that some of his party leaders could have been involved in the 1984 violence. Here, a Sikh protester is stopped by policemen outside the Congress headquarters in Delhi

There are hundreds of riots against minorities like Muslims and Christians since 15th August 1947, The Hindu fundamentalists demolished hundreds of mosques and churches with the support of government. The most hateful action by Indian government against Muslims was the Babri Mosque in December 1992; Babri Mosque was demolished by the Hindu Fundamentalists with an aim to build Ram Mandor at that place.

At the time of partition of India in 1947 the Sikh community supported and cooperated with the Hindu. But India took over the state of Hyderabad with force against the wish of its ruler.

The conflict between Indian government and the Sikh started in, 1984. The Indian army attacked and occupied the Golden Temple Amritsar and a large number of other Sikh Gordawaras in Punjab and killed hundreds of Sikhs.

India always created trouble in Sri Lanka with the help of Tamil Tiger. It is also involved in terrorist activities in Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Pakistan because it wants its role as hegemonic power in South Asian region.

Pakistan supports the right of Kashmiri’s to decide whether they want to join Pakistan or India, while India is killing and torturing Muslims in Kashmir who wants independence.

ISI is always blamed for sponsoring terrorist activities in India. When different terrorist attacks took place like Mumbai attacks and Samjhauta Express, India blamed Pakistan to be responsible for them. Swami Aseemanand was the mastermind behind the Samjhauta express blasts this evidence was claimed by India’s National Investigation Agency and Satish Verma former Indian investigator of Home Minister had disclosed that Indian governments staged terror attack on Lok Sabha and the 26/11 carnage in Mumbai by a member of  the secret service team.

If India government wants to make its country a civilized state it will have to change its behavior towards its neighbours as well as minorities. If India continues its injustice and hegemonic policies it would justly be known as the rigid state of Hindus.

written by:Kaba Nayab