Saturday, March 31, 2012

Results 2012 of 5th and 8th PEC


PEC 5th and 8th Class Result 2012:

Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) will be announcing 5th & 8th class result 2012 very soon. Result of Examination 2012 will be announced on Sat March 31st, 2012 at their main official website


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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

New Chance to Get U.K Residency As a Student

Here is the news which I found during Google search and just share here . Please Read......................

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Sunday, March 25, 2012

How to Add Yahoo Smileys To Blogger Post !!

How to Add Yahoo Smileys To Blogger Post




This is very Popular hack.There are two ways to add yahoo smileys or emotions in blogger platform.

For Mozilla Firefox

If you are using mozilla firefox then its as very easy to install,just you have to install Grease monkey Addon and then install one simple script.

# Open Firefox browser and install " Grease monkey " . If you have installed already no need else install it by visiting Grease monkey Addon ! and restart browser .

#After installing Grease Monkey , install this Javascript file ( just open the file,Grease monkey will install automatically ).

#Now Go to Layout section of your blog and click Edit HTML subtab .

#Now find [CTRL+F] this code:

#Now add below the CSS code above it.


img.emoticon {
padding: 0;
margin: 0;
border: 0;
}

#Now Save The Templates

#That's it we have successfully added yahoo Smileys to blogger.

#They will appear like this in your post editor in below image.




For Other Browser

If you are using any other browser then also its an easy way to install it
Download The JavaScript File (Smiley.js)



#And upload it to HotLinkFiles.com to get a DIRECT LINK to the file.

#Now find(CTRL+F)the Below Code in the template :



#Now Immediately BEFORE That Paste This Code :

Monday, March 19, 2012

9 Things I Hate About Everyone!!!!!

9 Things I Hate About Everyone

1. People who point at their wrist while asking for the time.... I know where my watch is pal, where the hell is yours? Do I point at my crotch when I ask where the toilet is?


2. People who are willing to get off their ass to search the entire room for the tv remote because they refuse to walk to the tv and change the channel manually.


3. When people say "Oh you just want to have your cake and eat it too".?Damn right! What good is cake if you can't eat it?


4. When people say "it's always the last place you look". Of course it is. Why the hell would you keep looking after you've found it? Do people do this? Who and where are they? Gonna Kick their asses!


5. When people say while watching a film "did you see that?". No Loser, I paid $12 to come to the cinema and stare at the damn floor.


6. People who ask "Can I ask you a question?".... Didn't really give me a choice there, did ya sunshine?


7. When something is 'new and improved!'. Which is it? If it's new, then there has never been anything before it. If it's an improvement, then there must have been something before it, couldn't be new.


8. When people say "life is short". What the hell?? Life is the longest damn thing anyone ever does!! What can you do that's longer?


9. When you are waiting for the bus and someone asks "Has the bus come yet?". If the bus came would I be standing here, dumbass?

50 Romantic Things To Do For Your Boyfriend or Girlfriend

Watch the sunset together.

2. Whisper to each other.

3. Cook for each other.

4. Walk in the rain.

5. Hold hands

6. Buy gifts for each other.

7. Roses.

8. Find out their favorite cologne/perfume and wear it every time you're together.

9. Go for a long walk down the beach at midnight.

10. Write poetry for each other.

11. Hugs are the universal medicine.

12. Say only when you mean it and make sure they know you mean it.

13. Give random gifts of flowers/candy/poetry etc.

14. Tell her that she's the only girl you ever want. Don't lie!

15. Spend every second possible together.

16. Look into each other's eyes.

17. Very lightly push up her chin, look into her eyes, tell her you love her, and kiss her lightly.


18. When in public, only flirt with each other.

19. Put love notes in their pockets when they aren't looking.

20. Buy her a ring.

21. Sing to each other.

22. Always hold her around her hips/sides.

23. Take her to dinner and do the dinner for two deal.

24. Spaghetti? (Ever see Lady and the Tramp?)

25. Hold her hand, stare into her eyes, kiss her hand and then put it over your heart.

26. Dance together.

27. I love the way a girl looks right after she's fallen asleep with her head in my lap.

28. Do cute things like write I love you in a note so that they have to look in a mirror to read it.

29. Make excuses to call them every 5 minutes

30. Even if you are really busy doing something, go out of your way to call and say I love you.

31. Call from your vacation spot to tell them you were thinking about them.

32. Remember your dreams and tell her about them.

34. Tell each other your most sacred secrets/fears.

35. Be Prince Charming to her parents.

36. Brush her hair out of her face for her.

37. Hang out with his/her friends.

38. Go to church/pray/worship together.

39. Take her to see a romantic movie and remember the parts she liked.

40. Learn from each other and don't make the same mistake twice.

41. Describe the joy you feel just to be with him/her.

42. Make sacrifices for each other.

43. Really love each other, or don't stay together.

44. Let there never be a second during any given day that you aren't thinking about them, and make sure they know it.

45. Love yourself before you love anyone else.

46. Learn to say sweet things in foreign languages.

47. Dedicate songs to them on the radio.

48. Fall asleep on the phone with each other.

49. Stand up for them when someone talks trash.

50. Never forget the kiss goodnight and always remember to say, "Sweet dreams."

Friday, March 16, 2012

Mathematics-Some New Types

ROMANCE MATHEMATICS
Smart man + smart woman = romance
Smart man + dumb woman = affair
Dumb man + smart woman = marriage
Dumb man + dumb woman = pregnancy


 
OFFICE ARITHMETIC
Smart boss + smart employee = profit
Smart boss + dumb employee = production
Dumb boss + smart employee = promotion
Dumb boss + dumb employee = overtime

SHOPPING MATH
A man will pay $2 for a $1 item he needs.
A woman will pay $1 for a $2 item that she doesn't need.
 
GENERAL EQUATIONS & STATISTICS
A woman worries about the future until she gets a husband.
A man never worries about the future until he gets a wife.
A successful man is one who makes more money than his wife can spend.
A successful woman is one who can find such a man.

HAPPINESS
To be happy with a man, you must understand him a lot and love him a little.
To be happy with a woman, you must love her a lot and not try to understand her at all.
 
LONGEVITY
Married men live longer than single men, but married men are a lot more willing to die.

PROPENSITY TO CHANGE
A woman marries a man expecting he will change, but he doesn't.
A man marries a woman expecting that she won't change, and she does.
 
DISCUSSION TECHNIQUE
A woman has the last word in any argument. Anything a man says after
that is the beginning of a new argument.

HOW TO STOP PEOPLE FROM BUGGING YOU ABOUT GETTING MARRIED:
Old aunts used to come up to me at weddings, poking me in the ribs and cackling, telling me, "You're next." They stopped after I started doing the same thing to them at funerals.

An Amazing Use of Word: "Women"

FINE ~ This is the word we use at the end of any argument that we feel we are right about but need to shut you up. NEVER use fine to describe how a woman looks. This will cause you to have one of those arguments.
FIVE MINUTES ~ This is half an hour. It is equivalent to the five minutes that your football game is going to last before you take out the trash, so I feel that it's an even trade.


NOTHING ~ If you ask her what is wrong and she says NOTHING, this means something and you should be on your toes. NOTHING is usually used to describe the feeling a woman has of wanting to turn you inside out, upside down, and backwards. "Nothing" usually signifies an argument that will last FIVE MINUTES and end with the word FINE.
GO AHEAD (with raised eyebrows) ~ This is a dare. One that will result in a woman getting upset over NOTHING and will end with the word FINE.
GO AHEAD (normal eyebrows) ~ This means "I give up" or "do what you want because I don't care." You will get a raised eyebrow "Go ahead" in just a few minutes, followed by NOTHING and FINE and she will talk to you in about FIVE MINUTES when she cools off.

LOUD SIGH ~ This is not actually a word, but is still often a verbal statement very misunderstood by men. A "Loud Sigh" means she thinks you are an idiot at that moment and wonders why she is wasting her time standing here and arguing with you over NOTHING.
SOFT SIGH ~ Again, not a word, but a verbal statement. "Soft Sighs" are one of the few things that some men actually understand. She is content. Your best bet is to not move or breathe and she will stay content.
THAT'S OKAY ~ This is one of the most dangerous statements that a woman can say to a man. "That's Okay" means that she wants to think long and hard before paying you retributions for whatever it is that you have done. "That's Okay" is often used with the word "Fine" and used in conjunction with a raised eyebrow "Go ahead." At some point in the near future when she has plotted and planned, you are going to be in some mighty big trouble.
PLEASE DO ~ This is not a statement, it is an offer. A woman is giving you the chance to come up with whatever excuse or reason you have for doing whatever it is that you have done. You have a fair chance to tell the truth, so be careful and you shouldn't get a "That's Okay."

THANKS ~ A woman is thanking you. Do not faint; just say "you're welcome."
THANKS A LOT ~ This is much different from "Thanks." A woman will say, "Thanks A Lot" when she is really ticked off at you. It signifies that you have hurt her in some callous way, and will be followed by the "Loud Sigh." Be careful not to ask what is wrong after the "Loud Sigh," as she will only tell you "Nothing."
Please send this out to ALL men that you know just to warn them about future arguments they can avoid if remembering all the terminology.
And send to all your women friends to get a good laugh!

Checking Of My New Bank Account


A guy walks into a bank and approaches a teller. The young woman greets her customer, "Good morning, sir. How can I help you?"
The man says, "Yes, I would like to open a f***ing bank account."
The teller, a little appalled, tells the man, "Well, that's not a problem. But there's no need for that language."
The man then says, "I didn't ask for your damn lip. I just want to open a f***ing bank account."
The teller once again says, "Sir, I will be happy to assist you, but that language is not appropriate."
The man, getting a little angry, says louder, "Okay! Just let me open a f***ing bank account! All I want to do is open a motherf***ing bank account! I am sick of talking to a dumbass like you! I want to talk to a f***ing manager!"

So the teller goes to get her manager, and then the manager asks the man, "Yes, how can I help you?"
The man says, "I want to open a f***ing bank account!"
The manager says, "Okay sir, we can do that, but there is no need for that language. Please tell me, how much would you like to deposit?"
The man says, "Six f***ing billion dollars."
Then the manager yells, "AND THIS F***ING BITCH WOULDN'T HELP YOU?!?!?"

Funny Driving Test Answers!!!!

The following are a sampling of REAL answers received on exams given by the California Department of Transportation's driving school (read: Saturday Traffic School for moving violation offenders.)
Q: Do you yield when a blind pedestrian is crossing the road?
A: What for? He can't see my license plate.
Q: Who has the right of way when four cars approach a four-way stop at the same time?
A: The pick up truck with the gun rack and the bumper sticker saying, "Guns don't kill people. I do."

Q: What are the important safety tips to remember when backing your car?
A: Always wear a condom.
Q: When driving through fog, what should you use?
A: Your car.
Q: How can you reduce the possibility of having an accident?
A: Be too sh*tfaced to find your keys.

Q: What problems would you face if you were arrested for drunk driving?
A: I'd probably lose my buzz a lot faster.
Q: What changes would occur in your lifestyle if you could no longer drive lawfully?
A: I would be forced to drive unlawfully.
Q: What are some points to remember when passing or being passed?
A: Make eye contact and wave "hello" if he/she is cute.

Q: What is the difference between a flashing red traffic light and a flashing yellow traffic light?
A: The color.
Q: How do you deal with heavy traffic?
A: Heavy psychedelics.
Q: What can you do to help ease a heavy traffic problem?
A: Carry loaded weapons.

30 Years Difference


1974 : Long hair
2004: Longing for hair


1974: KEG
2004: EKG


1974: Acid rock
2004: Acid reflux


1974: Moving to California because it's cool
2004: Moving to California because it's warm


1974: Trying to look like Marlon Brando or Liz Taylor
2004: Trying NOT to look like Marlon Brando or Liz Taylor


1974: Seeds and stems
2004: Roughage


1974: Hoping for a BMW
2004 Hoping for a BM


1974: The Grateful Dead
2004: Dr. Kevorkian


1974: Going to a new, hip joint
2004: Receiving a new hip joint


1974: Rolling Stones
2004: Kidney Stones


1974: Screw the system
2004: Upgrade the system


1974: Disco
2004: Costco


1974: Parents begging you to get your hair cut
2004: Children begging you to get their heads shaved


1974: Passing the drivers' test
2004: Passing the vision test


1974: Whatever
2004: Depends




Just in case you weren't feeling too old today, this will certainly change
things. Each year the staff at Beloit College in Wisconsin puts together a
list to try to give the faculty a sense of the mindset of this year's
incoming freshmen. Here's this year's list:


The people who are starting college this fall across the nation were born
in 1985. They are too young to remember the space shuttle blowing up.


Their lifetime has always included AIDS.


Bottle caps have always been screw off and plastic.


The CD was introduced the year they were born.


They have always had an answering machine.

They have always had cable.


They cannot fathom not having a remote control.


Jay Leno has always been on the Tonight Show.


Popcorn has always been cooked in the microwave.


They never took a swim and thought about Jaws.


They can't imagine what hard contact lenses are.


They don't know who Mork was or where he was from.


They never heard: "Where's the Beef?", "I'd walk a mile for a Camel", or
"de plane Boss, de plane".



They do not care who shot J. R. and have no idea who J. R. even is.


McDonald's never came in Styrofoam containers.


They don't have a clue how to use a typewriter.


Do you feel old yet? Pass this on to the other old fogies on your list.
Notice the larger type, that's for those of you who have trouble reading.

Save the earth. It's the only planet with chocolate.

21th Century... New Termonology


Our communication - Wireless
Our dress - Topless
Our telephone - Cordless
Our cooking - Fireless
Our youth - Jobless
Our food - Fatless
Our labour - Effortless
Our conduct - Worthless
Our relation - Loveless
Our attitude - Careless
Our feelings - Heartless
Our politics - Shameless
Our education - Valueless
Our follies - Countless
Our arguments - Baseless
Our boss - Brainless
Our Job - Thankless
Our Salary - Very less
Our Future - Hopeless!

200 Amazing Secrets

1. Remove a broken key from a lock.
Put some super glue on broken off part, insert, hold a few seconds and pull.

2. Remove a broken light bulb.
Stick a bar of soap into jagged edges, use soap as handle.

3. Remove a stubborn screw.
Heat with a soldering iron for a few seconds first.

4. Protect children from sockets.
Keep a piece of electrical tape over them when not in use.

5. Good glass door safety tip.
Put a BIG decal on the glass and patio doors.

6. Keep nails from splitting wood.
Blunt sharp end of nail before you use by hitting with hammer.

7. Repair small holes in screen.
Plug holes with clear nail polish, let dry, repeat until filled.

8. Straighten warped phono records.
Place record between two sheets of glass, let sit in sun for a while.

9. Best way to clean phono records.
Dip in solution of detergent and water, rinse and wipe dry.

10. Make your own fireplace logs.
Roll newspapers up tightly in shape of logs.

11. How to remove oil from a driveway.
Cover with sand let stand for a few days, then sweep off.

12. Keep fish hooks from rusting.
Stick them in a cork and submerge in some baking soda.

13. Make sandpaper last longer.
Back sandpaper with masking tape.

14. How to revive old razor blades.
Rub them back and forth inside a drinking glass.

15. Remove road tar from cars.
Sodium bicarbonate on a damp cloth.

16. Remove labels from bottles and jars.

17. Cut glass without a glass cutter.
Use tin snips and cut under water, smooth rough edges off with knife blade.

18. Easy to unglue stamps and envelopes.
Put in freezer for a few hours then flip off with knife blade.

19. Get water out of your watch.
Strap watch to light bulb, turn on for a few minutes. Water drops will form
on glass. Open up and wipe off.

20. Prevent snow sticking to shovel.
Coat shovel with car wax.

21. Tighten your hammer handle.
Soak in used engine oil for a day.

22. Low cost laminating -EASY.
Cover article with clear contact (cling film) paper.

23. Open that stuck zip.
Spray the stuck zip with shaving foam.

24. Remove paint from auto.
The product to clean paint from your car is Benzol.

25. Increase your petrol mileage.
Put 4oz of benzol to each ten gallons of petrol to increase mpg.

26. How to renew car batteries.
Dissolve 1oz of epsom salts in warm water and add to each cell.

27. Easily untie a knot in a chain.
cover the knot generously with cold cream.

28. Loosen those tight shoes.
Wad some damp newspapers into shoes and leave for a few days.

29. Make shoes slip proof.
Take scissors and scratch crisscrosses on the soles.

30. The ideal pin cushion.
Use a bar of soap, makes sewing easier, needle just slides through.

31. Make your own metal polisher.
Take blackboard chalk and rub into cloth, then rub on metal.

32. Good dog and cat repellent.
Place mothballs in areas. They will avoid it. Animals hate mothball odour.

33. When your pet has no appetite.
Try a saucer of beer. It.s known to perk up the appetite.

34. Easy to rid pets of fleas.
Put a foam rubber bed in the pet.s bed - fleas hate it.

35. Quick ways to press ties.
Hang in bath while you take a shower - steam takes wrinkles out.

36. How to remove staples.
An old nail clipper works fine for removing staples.

37. Eliminate odours from disposal.
Throw a lemon in it and let it be ground up.

38. Keep salt moisture free.
Put pieces of blotting paper in shaker. It will absorb moisture.

39. Simple eye glass cleaner.
Vinegar diluted in water makes fine eyeglass cleaner.

40. Easy clean glass doors and mirrors.
Just rub with damp newspaper - they will shine.

41. Easily reduce ashtray smell.
Keep a small amount of baking soda in ashtrays at all times.

42. Messless painting from a bucket.
Punch several holes around rim of can with small nail.

43. Take lumps out of paint.
Cut a piece of screen to fit inside of can or bucket, it will float to bottom
taking lumps with it.

44. Keep bugs out of paint.
Pour a little insect repellent into the can - it does the trick.

45. Prevent flowers from fading.
Use a few drops of chlorine bleach in water, add an aspirin for life.

46. A simple roach formula - IT WORKS!
Crumble cigarette butts in water, let dry then spread in roach areas.

47. Save painting clean up time.
Cover roller tray with aluminium foil then just throw away.

48. A novel paint can cover.
Use plastic lid from a coffee can.

49. Keep piano keys looking new.
Keep cover open, ivory turns dark if exposed to darkness.

50. How to remove grease from rugs.
Pour ample amount of baking soda on it, brush in, let stand for a day and vacuum off.

51. Destroy desire for nicotine.
Take before breakfast, a half teaspoon of rochelle salts and cream of tartar.

52. Destroy desire for alcohol.
Mix goldthread with gold seal in a tea. It creates a violent taste for alcohol.

53. Excellent insomnia formula.
One tbs powdered milk, 2 tbs honey, 1 tbs brewers yeast, stir into cup of warm milk
and take before retiring.

54. Famous diet formula plan.
Mix 1 tbs safflower oil to 2 tbs grapefruit juice, take before meals.

55. The $25 beauty facial.
Spread milk of magnesia over face, let dry, cover again, let dry, remove with damp
cloth, then apply some warm olive oil, then apply some ice cold witch hazel.

56. How to improve your IQ.
Hydrocotyle asiatica teas are a noted brain food.

57. Make pantyhose last longer.
One tbs alum, 1 quart water, rinse, let dry, then wash with soap, rinse and dry.

58. Remove blood stains from carpet.
Sponge immediately with cold water, then use a bit of soap, rinse and dry.

59. Make your guitar really shine.
Rub some toothpaste on, let dry then buff it. It will shine!

60. Keep a burn from blistering.
Apply ice cubes to the burn immediately.

61. Remove ink stains from carpet.
Apply a paste of milk and cornstarch, let stand a few hours and brush off.

62. Dry shampoo your pet.
Rub baking soda into fur and brush out. Will smell great.

63. Put a shine on your windows.
Brush with nylon stocking, use blackboard eraser to shine.

64. Unwrinkling plastic materials.
Heat ironing board with iron, lay materials on, smooth with hands.

65. Easy needle threading.
Dip tip of needle into clear nail polish and let dry.

66. How to clean your ties.
Put tie in jar with some carbon tetrachloride, shake, take out and let dry.

67. Easy clean your nail file.
Press apiece of tape onto file, pull off. Removes all dirt.

68. How to remove scorches.
Wet scorched area and cover with cornstarch, brush off when dry.

69. What to do if you oversalt food.
Drop a potato or two into it. Absorbs the oversalt.

70. Watermelon ripeness test.
Look for a creamy surface underneath the melon.

71. How to freshen stale nuts.
Stick them in the oven for 15 minutes at 250 degrees.

72. How to destroy fish smells.
Rub butter on your hands or wherever smell is to be removed.

73. How to destroy onion smells.
Dampen hands and rub bicarbonate of soda over them.

74. Keep and use overripe bananas.
Mash and freeze for making cakes and biscuits.

75. How to boil a cracked egg.
Add a dash of vinegar to the water.

76. How to make mocha coffee.
Instead of milk or cream try some chocolate milk.

77. Easy boiled egg peeling.
Keep lid on for a few minutes after boiling, pressure causes shell to fall off.

78. Eliminate popcorn duds -fast.
Freeze it first then it will all pop.

79. Easy clean kitchen windows.
Add starch to water and clean with a piece of newspaper.

80. Easy clean silverware - the best.
Use baking soda and damp cloth, clean, rinse and let dry.

81. Vegetable for liver and prostrate.
Beets.

82. Fruit soothes intestinal tract.
Papaya.

83. A fruit for arthritic gout.
Cherries

84. An appetiser fruit - GOOD
Pineapple.

85. Fruit for stomach.
Coconut.

86. A fruit for constipation.
Raw apples.

87. A fruit high in iron.
Strawberries.

88. Fruit for neutralising acid.
Lemons.

89. A fruit healthful for kidneys.
Watermelon.

90. A fruit fine for the nerves.
Bananas.

91. Two fruits thought anti-tobacco.
Apples and grapes eaten raw.

92. A fruit thought anti-cancer.
Figs.

93. Vegetable good for the kidneys.
Celery.

94. Vegetable that.s antibiotic.
Garlic.

95. Fruit to tune blood vessels.
Oranges.

96. Vegetable for fresh breath.
Parsley.

97. Ingredient good for the heart.
Honey.

98. A vegetable good for the eyes.
Carrots.

99. A good source of iodine.
Kelp.

100. A vegetable with high vitamin C .
Green peppers.

101. How to shine your refrigerator.
Use bicarbonate of soda on a wet sponge.

102. How to remove a hot cake pan.
Use clothes pins.

103. Keep windshields frost free.
Apply solution 1 part vinegar to 3 parts water over windshield.

104. Make dry cell batteries last longer.
Seal in plastic bags, wrap in aluminium foil, keep in refrigerator.

105. Remove wax from candle holders.
Freeze holders in refrigerator and it will just peel off.

106. Prevent kitchen stools from slipping.
Put rubber tips from crutches on bottom of legs.

107. Rid scratches from plastic watches.
Use cotton bud dipped in nail polish remover, rub over face, scratch disappears.

108. Excellent lubricant for appliances.
Put a drop of glycerine in gears - makes an excellent lubricant!

109. Keep garbage bags from slipping.
Use 3 or 4 clothes pins, keeps them from slipping.

110. How to clean glassware.
Clean with stale tea. If they spot, soak in buttermilk, let dry and wipe off.

111. How to clean carved furniture.
Use an old tooth brush to clean then use furniture polish on brush.

112. Remove ink from varnished furniture.
Rub with soft cloth filled with equal parts vinegar and linseed oil.

113. Remove mildew smell from luggage.
Put a bar of soap in luggage before storing.

114. Remove smoke, grease from woodwork.
Paint wood with solution of starch and water, when dry rub off.

115. Really shine your kitchen floor.
Add some sour milk to your rinse water, it will shine!

116. How to clean rust from chrome.
Rub it with aluminium foil.

117. How to really clean enamel.
Use a paste of salt and vinegar then wipe off.

118. Remove shoe polish from clothing.
Use carbon tetrachloride or rubbing alcohol.

119. Remove cigarette stains from china.
Rub it with a cork that has been dipped in salt.

120. Make your own ink eradicator.
Mix one part liquid bleach to ten parts water. Works great!

121. Make your appliances really shine.
Rub them over with rubbing alcohol, they will stay shining.

122. Remove stains from coffee cups.
Rub with salt and vinegar.

123. Make your own furniture polish.
Use two parts olive oil to one part vinegar. Have it warm while using.

124. Make your own silver polish,
Tooth paste or baking soda makes an excellent silver polish.

125. A really good copper cleaner.
Use a paste of salt and vinegar.

126. To clean your diamond rings.
Use toothpaste with an old tooth brush, rub rinse and let dry.

127. Clean tarnished gold and silver.
Rub with paste of water and baking soda, rinse and let dry.

128. How to make good jewellery cleaner.
Clean with a solution of one teaspoon ammonia and one cup of water.

129. Reset stone in your jewellery.
Put clear nail varnish in the base, set the stone in and let dry.

130. Prevent costume jewellery from tarnishing.
Put a thin coat of transparent nail polish over it.

131. Good cleaning aid for dishwashers.
Add some vinegar to the dishwasher.

132. Cure scratches on your furniture.
Use machine oil or some colour shoe polish.

133. Make a good fingernail brush.
Cut down the bristles of an old tooth brush.

134. Food for the whole litter (HOW).
Use a muffin pan so the runts can have some.

135. Lengthen life of wooden clothespins.
Boil then in salt solution.

136. Make a neat string dispenser.
Nail a funnel to wall and pull string out of bottom of funnel.

137. Tips on storing plastic curtains.
Sprinkle talcum powder between the layers as you go.

138. Basting made real easy (NEAT!).
Just tape and sew around the pieces of tape.

139. How to revive old clothing.
Shave those little fluffs off with a safety razor.

140. Make an emergency clothes brush.
Wrap a piece of tape around the hand, sticky side out.

141. Stop clothes catching on hangers.
Put a coat of clear nail polish over splinters and rough edges.

142. A needle sharpening pin cushion.
Use a steel wool to fill your cushion, keeps needles sharp.

143. Make a good yarn preserver.
Wrap yarn around a moth ball for storage.

144. Handy tips on cutting fur.
Use a razor blade on back of fur when cutting, you won.t cut any hair.

145. Tips on sewing slippery material.
Stick a piece of waxed paper in seam, pull away when finished.

146. Easy pick up of needle spills.
Use a small magnet to pick up any needle spill.

147. Excellent knitting tips.
Keep ball of yarn in nylon stocking, will flow out free of tangles.

148. How to get rid of shiny trousers.
Make a solution of 1 part vinegar to 4 parts water, soak a cloth in it, wring out
cloth put over trousers and press slightly.

149. When you need heavy duty thread.
Use dental floss.

150. Make a handy tape measure.
Just put tape around an old adhesive tape spool.

151. Prevent nylon from yellowing.
Add some baking soda to wash and rinse water.

152. Make a perfect sock darner.
Pull socks over a light bulb, makes it easy.

153. How to restore velvet like new.
Brush good and then hang in steamy bathroom.

154. Get rid of knots on sweaters.
Just rub a piece of sandpaper over sweater.

155. How to remove lint from wool.
Use a damp sponge and touch lightly.

156. Caring for leather upholstery.
Brush with skim milk every three months.

157. Repair scuffed patent leather.
Cover with same colour polish, let dry then cover with clear nail polish.

158. Prevent patent leather cracking.
Before each wearing, rub briskly with your hand, then a soft cloth.

159. Repair scuffed baby shoes.
Rub shoe with white of an egg.

160. Tips on buying shoes
Buy shoes in afternoon, feet tend to swell in the morning.

161. What to do when shoes get stiff
Cut a raw potato and rub all over. They will come back to life.

162. Black suede shoes last longer.
Wash with warm water then rub castor oil into leather.

163. How to soften leather shoes.
Sponge with black coffee.

164. Remove salt rings from shoes.
Brush with solution of vinegar and water.

165. Keep vegetables green while cooking.
Lift the lid of the cooking vessel from time to time while cooking.

166. Get juice from dried up lemon.
Boil it for a few minutes.

167. Quick onion rings.
Onions slice more easily, if you leave skins on while slicing.

168. How to kill taste of olive oil.
Add a touch of salt.

169. Good bread crumb substitute.
Potato chips, corn chips or pretzels.

170. How to keep your berries fresh.
Don.t wash until ready to use and keep in refrigerator until ready to use.

171. How to cut a soft pie.
Use a buttered knife to cut through a soft pie.

172. How to cut a frosted cake.
Rinse knife in hot water first each time you cut a slice.

173. How to make fluffy egg omelette.
Add a teaspoon of corn starch when mixing eggs.

174. Keep dressing from going rancid.
Put a spoon of sugar in it.

175. How to stop cabbage odours.
Throw a couple of walnut kernels in pot while cooking.

176. When you need soft butter quick..
If your butter is frozen, grate it, it.s the same as soft butter.

177. How to keep cauliflower white.
Pour a little milk in the water when boiling cauliflower.

178. When is the omelette done.
When you press it lightly and it springs back.

179. Keep milk from scorching.
Add a pinch of sugar while cooking and do not stir.

180. Cheese cutting tips.
A dull knife is more successful than a sharp one.

181. When you need an extra egg.
When you need an extra egg for a recipe add a little corn starch.

182. Peel onions without tears.
Let water run over them while peeling.

183. The proper way to ripen fruit.
Keep it out in open at room temperature.

184. How to pick fresh eggs.
Old eggs are shin, fresh eggs are rough and have bumps.

185. How to cut acidity in coffee.
Add a pinch of salt.

186. Good refrigerator deodoriser.
Keep an open box of baking soda in it at all times.

187. What to do about grease spills.
Pour ice water over it, it will lift off before it can soak in.

188. Make a good egg separator.
Crack egg, put in small funnel, white will come through separated from yoke.

189. Reduce wilting of root vegetables.
Cut off the tops as soon as you get them.

190. Keep vegetables fresh longer.
Put paper towels in bottom of bin. It will absorb moisture which causes decay.

191. How to keep meat fresh looking.
Cover the cut side with leaves of lettuce.

192. How to perk up wilted lettuce.
Soak in cold water with a dash of lemon juice, cool in refrigerator for 30 minutes.

193. Make frozen vegetables fresh.
Pour boiling water over them. Restores fresh taste.

194. The best way to slice onions.
Freezing them first.

195. Keep beets and cabbage red.
Add lemon juice or vinegar to the water.

196. Keep potatoes from sprouting.
Store apples with them.

197. Get rid of cooking odours.
Boil hand full of cloves in water for 30 minutes. All odours will disappear.

198. Truss poultry so it will stay.
Use dental floss, it will not burn.

199. Tell when custard is done.
Stick knife into custard, if it comes out clean, it is done

200. Tips for cutting hot cake.
Use a thread, hold both ends tightly and lower through slowly.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

10 Things that were Discovered Accidentally

1. Viagra
Men being treated for erectile dysfunction should salute the working stiffs of Merthyr Tydfil, the Welsh hamlet where, in 1992 trials, the gravity-defying side effects of a new angina drug first popped up. Previously, the blue-collar town was known for producing a different kind of iron.

2. LSD
Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann took the world's first acid hit in 1943, when he touched a smidge of lysergic acid diethylamide, a chemical he had researched for inducing childbirth. He later tried a bigger dose and made another discovery: the bad trip.

3. X-rays
Several 19th-century scientists toyed with the penetrating rays emitted when electrons strike a metal target. But the x-ray wasn't discovered until 1895, when German egghead Wilhelm R�ntgen tried sticking various objects in front of the radiation - and saw the bones of his hand projected on a wall.

4. Penicillin
Scottish scientist Alexander Fleming was researching the flu in 1928 when he noticed that a blue-green mold had infected one of his petri dishes - and killed the staphylococcus bacteria growing in it. All hail sloppy lab work!

5. Artificial sweeteners
Speaking of botched lab jobs, three leading pseudo-sugars reached human lips only because scientists forgot to wash their hands. Cyclamate (1937) and aspartame (1965) are byproducts of medical research, and saccharin (1879) appeared during a project on coal tar derivatives. Yummy.

6. Microwave ovens
Microwave emitters (or magnetrons) powered Allied radar in WWII. The leap from detecting Nazis to nuking nachos came in 1946, after a magnetron melted a candy bar in Raytheon engineer Percy Spencer's pocket.

7. Brandy
Medieval wine merchants used to boil the H20 out of wine so their delicate cargo would keep better and take up less space at sea. Before long, some intrepid soul - our money's on a sailor - decided to bypass the reconstitution stage, and brandy was born. Pass the Courvoisier!

8. Vulcanized rubber
Rubber rots badly and smells worse, unless it's vulcanized. Ancient Mesoamericans had their own version of the process, but Charles Goodyear rediscovered it in 1839 when he unintentionally (well, at least according to most accounts) dropped a rubber-sulfur compound onto a hot stove.

9. Silly Putty
In the early 1940s, General Electric scientist James Wright was working on artificial rubber for the war effort when he mixed boric acid and silicon oil. V-J Day didn't come any sooner, but comic strip image-stretching practically became a national pastime.

10. Potato chips
Chef George Crum concocted the perfect sandwich complement in 1853 when - to spite a customer who complained that his fries were cut too thick - he sliced a potato paper-thin and fried it to a crisp. Needless to say, the diner couldn't eat just one.

100 Most Influential People Who Never Lived

1. The Marlboro Man

2. Big Brother

3. King Arthur

4. Santa Claus (St. Nick)

5. Hamlet

6. Dr. Frankenstein's Monster

7. Siegfried

8. Sherlock Holmes

9. Romeo and Juliet

10. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

11. Uncle Tom

12. Robin Hood

13. Jim Crow

14. Oedipus

15. Lady Chatterly

16. Ebenezer Scrooge

17. Don Quixote

18. Mickey Mouse

19. The American Cowboy

20. Prince Charming

21. Smokey Bear

22. Robinson Crusoe

23. Apollo and Dionysus

24. Odysseus

25. Nora Helmer

26. Cinderella

27. Shylock

28. Rosie the Riveter

29. Midas

30. Hester Prynne

31. The Little Engine That Could

32. Archie Bunker

33. Dracula

34. Alice in Wonderland

35. Citizen Kane

36. Faust

37. Figaro

38. Godzilla

39. Mary Richards

40. Don Juan

41. Bambi

42. William Tell

43. Barbie

44. Buffy the Vampire Slayer

45. Venus and Cupid

46. Prometheus

47. Pandora

48. G.I. Joe

49. Tarzan

50. Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock

51. James Bond

52. Hansel and Gretel

53. Captain Ahab

54. Richard Blaine

55. The Ugly Duckling

56. Loch Ness Monster (Nessie)

57. Atticus Finch

58. Saint Valentine

59. Helen of Troy

60. Batman

61. Uncle Sam

62. Nancy Drew

63. J.R. Ewing

64. Superman

65. Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn

66. HAL 9000

67. Kermit the Frog

68. Sam Spade

69. The Pied Piper

70. Peter Pan

71. Hiawatha

72. Othello

73. The Little Tramp

74. King Kong

75. Norman Bates

76. Hercules (Herakles)

77. Dick Tracy

78. Joe Camel

79. The Cat in the Hat

80. Icarus

81. Mammy

82. Sindbad

83. Amos 'n' Andy

84. Buck Rogers

85. Luke Skywalker

86. Perry Mason

87. Dr. Strangelove

88. Pygmalion

89. Madame Butterfly

90. Hans Beckert

91. Dorothy Gale

92. The Wandering Jew

93. The Great Gatsby

94. Buck (Jack London, The Call of the Wild)

95. Willy Loman

96. Betty Boop

97. Ivanhoe

98. Elmer Gantry

99. Lilith

100. John Doe

Chanan Pir Festival - Bahawalpur - Pakistan


Channan Pir is a village in the Bahawalpur Punjab province of Pakistan, located at 65 kilometers south of Bahawalpur at the edge of Cholistan Desert. It is named after a Sufi saint and contains his tomb.The Channan Pir festival, or the Channan Mela, is held on seven consecutive Thursdays starting from mid February onwards.


This festival attracts disciples from all over Pakistan. Colorfully dressed men, women and children gather at the shine to pay their respects.

Mostly along with their camels, the devotees prefer to put their overnight stay on each Thursday on the sand dunes under an open sky. The last and the fifth Thursday night will see more crowd because most of the people also pray there.


The visitors throw tabbaruk (the sacred sweet) and the persons who pick and taste this tabarruk are supposed to be fortunate in achieving their worldly pursuits.


Special bazaars, particularly of eatables, are being set up for the occasion while private musical theatres, jhoomar, horse and camel dances are other attractions for visitors.

Very interesting festival to attend and a place where you can see the colorful culture of South Punjab. For more information you can contact with PTDC Bahawalpur.

The Auqaf department makes all arrangements for the mela and collects offerings of the mazar.












Derawar Fort Bahawalpur (قلعہ ڈیراور)

Derawar Fort  (قلعہ ڈیراور) 


To the south east of Dera Nawab, on the edge of the Cholistan Desert, make an exciting day’s outing from either Ahmadpur East or Bahawalpur. The massive fort towers over the surrounding semi-desert and is visible from miles around. The huge walls, supported by enormous round buttresses, stand 40 meters (130 feet) high and are 1.5 kilometers (a mile) in circumference. 

The drive, for four-wheel drive vehicles only, take from one to two hours from Ahmadpur East, depending on the state of the road and the route your guide has chosen for you. The last 25 kilometers (15miles) are across desert. 

There has been a fort at Derawar for at least 5,000 years, part of a long chain that protected the ancient trade rout from central Asia to the Indian subcontinent. The fort was captured by the Abassi family from Raja Rawal Singh of Jaisalmar in 1733, at which time the present fort was built. The whole area around Derawar was once well watered by the Ghaggar River (now called the Hakra in Pakistan, and known in ancient Vedic times as the Sarasvati). Along the 500 kilometers (300miles) of the dry river bed are over 400 archaeological sites, most dating back to the Indus Civilization. In 18th century 12,000 people lived in the town below the fort walls. Until 1960 Derawar was watered by a canal, but later, under the new international agreement, water from the Sutlej River was diverted to India and Derawar was abandoned. The old canal is being cleaned and new canals dug to re-irrigate the area; soon irrigated farmland will once again surround Derawar, and a paved road will connect it to Ahmadpur East. 

The fort is more impressive from outside than in. start your tour with a drive or camel ride round the outside of the walls, which are supported by 40 enormous buttresses, ten on each side. Outside the northeast corner are a well and two water tanks where Rohilas (Nomads) come from miles around to water their camels and fill their goatskin water bags. The fort entrance is on the east and is know defending by a huge tower with gun emplacements added during the 1965 war with India. At this time many of the buildings inside the fort were removed to make room for training and parade ground. In the center of the parade ground stand two cannons and a selection of iron cannon balls and stone sling shots. The remaining buildings, all 19th century, were vacated by the nawab’s family in 1920 and are now derelict. All that remains are the nawab’s quarters, a long corridor with rooms off each side; the ladies’ section, behind a locked door and high wall; and some soldiers’ barracks. As in most sub continental forts, the courtyard inside the walls is built on top of a maze of underground cellars and dungeons. At one end of the parade ground, stairs and a trolley on rails lead down to the vaulted cellars, and if you look over the parapet on the south wall you can see the air holes leading to the dungeons.

The most pleasant place in the fort a painted pavilion on top of the northeast tower and surmounted by a flagpole. This is the best place for a picnic, as it is comfortable. Shaded and cool, and looks over the two big water tanks outside and is painted red, blue, yellow and green. 

The white marble mosque in front of the fort was built in 1849 for the nawab’s personal holy man, Pir Ghulam Farid, whose name appeared as if by magic (and possibly with the help of few drops of acid) the marble and blue tiled tombs of the nawabs and their families lie a few hundred meters (yards) to the east of the fort. Tourists are not allowed inside the compound, but there is a good view over the wall of the beautifully decorated oblong tomb of the nawabs and eight domed tombs of other family members and wives, including the elegantly domed marble tomb of the last nawab’s English wife.  


 Derawar Fort - Bahawalpur


















 

Nawabs of Bahawalpur

Nawabs of Bahawalpur (نوابان بہاولپور)

Bahawalpur was a princely state, stretching along the southern bank of the Sutlej and Indus Rivers, with its capital city at Bahawalpur. The state was counted amongst the Rajputana states. In 1941, it had a population of 1,341,209, living in an area of 45,911 km² (17,494 sq mi).

The state was founded in 1802 by Nawab Mohammad Bahawal Khan II after the breakup of the Durrani Empire. His successor Nawab Mohammad Bahawal Khan III signed the state's first subsidiary alliance with the British on 22 February 1833, guaranteeing the internal rule of the Nawab under British suzerainty. The alliance meant British control of Bahawalpur's external relations, but the state was never a British possession and until the Partition of India in 1947 was ruled by its own Nawabs. After one century of such relations, they were dissolved by the departure of the British, when the state opted to accede to the new dominion of Pakistan, with effect from 7 October 1947. It was merged into the province of West Pakistan on 14 October 1955.

History
The Abbasi tribe from whom the ruling family of Bahawalpur belong, claim descent from the Abbasid Caliphs. The tribe came from Sindh to Bahawalpur and assumed independence during the decline of the Durrani Empire. The mint at Bahawalpur was opened in 1802 by Nawab Muhammad Bahawal Khan II with the permission of Shah Mahmud of Kabul. Upon the rise of Ranjit Singh, the Nawab, Muhammad Bahawal Khan III, made several unsuccessful appeals to the British for protection. However as part of the 1809 Treaty of Lahore, Ranjit Singh was confined to the right bank of the Sutlej. The first treaty with Bahawalpur was negotiated in 1833, the year after the treaty with Ranjit Singh for regulating traffic on the Indus. It secured the independence of the Nawab within his own territories, and opened up the traffic on the Indus and Sutlej. The political relations of Bahawalpur with the paramount power, as at present existing, are regulated by a treaty made in October, 1838, when arrangements were in progress for the restoration of Shah Shuja to the Kabul throne.

During the first Afghan War, the Nawab assisted the British with supplies and allowing passage and in 1847-8 he co-operated actively with Sir Herbert Edwardes in the expedition against Multan. For these services he was rewarded by the grant of the districts of Sabzalkot and Bhung, together with a life-pension of a lakh. On his death a dispute arose regarding succession. He was succeeded by his third son, whom he had nominated in place of his eldest son. The new ruler was, however, deposed by his elder brother, and obtained asylum in British territory, with a pension from the Bahawalpur revenues; he broke his promise to abandon his claims, and was confined in the Lahore fort, where he died in 1862.

In 1863 and 1866 insurrections broke out against the Nawab who successfully crushed the rebellions; but in March 1866, the Nawab died suddenly, not without suspicion of having been poisoned, and was succeeded by his son, Nawab Sadiq Muhammad Khan IV, a boy of four. After several endeavours to arrange for the administration of the country without active interference on the part of the Government, it was found necessary, on account of disorganization and disaffection, to place the principality in British hands. In 1879, the Nawab was invested with full powers, with the advice and assistance of a council of six members. During the Afghan campaigns (1878–80) the Nawab placed the entire resources of his State at the disposal of the British Indian Government, and a contingent of his troops was employed in keeping open communications, and in guarding the Dera Ghazi Khan frontier. On his death in 1899 he was succeeded by Muhammad Bahawal Khan V, who attained his majority in 1900, and was invested with full powers in 1903. The Nawab of Bahawalpur was entitled to a salute of 17 guns.
Bahawalpur House in Delhi is now home to the National School of Drama.

Languages
Saraiki was the most commonly spoken language of the state. English was the official language whereas Urdu was widely understood/spoken.

Rulers of Bahawalpur
The rulers of Bahawalpur were Abbasids who came from Shikarpur and Sukkur and captured the areas that became Bahawalpur State. They took the title of Amir until 1740, when the title changed to Nawab Amir. Although the title was abolished in 1955 by the Government of Pakistan, the current head of the House of Bahawalpur (Salah ud-Din Muhammad Khan) is referred to as the Amir.


From 1942, the Nawabs were assisted by Prime Ministers.

Tenure
Nawab Amir of Bahawalpur
1690–1702
Bahadur Khan II
1702–1723
Mobarak Khan I
1723 - 11 April 1746
Sadeq Mohammad Khan I
11 April 1746 – 
2 June 1750
Mohammad Bahawal Khan I
12 June 1750 – 
14 June 1772
Mobarak Khan II
4 June 1772 – 
13 August 1809
Mohammad Bahawal Khan II
13 August 1809 – 
17 April 1826
Sadeq Mohammad Khan II
17 April 1826 – 
19 October 1852
Mohammad Bahawal Khan III
19 October 1852 – 
20 February 1853
Sadeq Mohammad Khan III
20 February 1853 – 
3 October 1858
Fath Mohammad Khan
3 October 1858 –
25 March 1866
Mohammad Bahawal Khan IV
25 March 1866 –
14 February 1899
Sadeq Mohammad Khan IV
14 February 1899 –
15 February 1907
Mohammad Bahawal Khan V
15 February 1907 –
14 October 1955
Sadeq Mohammad Khan V
14 October 1955
State of Bahawalpur abolished
  
Tenure
Prime Minister of Bahawalpur
1942–1947
Sir Richard Marsh Crofton
1948–1952
John Dring
1952 - 14 October 1955
A.R. Khan
14 October 1955
State of Bahawalpur (Abolished)