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khty ho k chup rho k ab batien khatam hain
kh do k tmhen batien krne ka dil ab he nahin
khtay ho k ab jao yahan se hmain yun tng na kro
kh do k tmhen sath nibhanay ki chah ab ha he nhi
khty ho k ab tmhara mera sath ikhtitam ko puhncha
kh do k jo pal sath bitaey hn wo kbhi yad aeyngy nhi
khty ho k ye silsila e muhabbat dagdar hai jhoot hai
kh do k bss tmhen hmaari muhabaat ka aitbar he nhi
khty ho k apna payar dil anaayatain dfnaa chukay ho ab
ye kion nhi khty k hm se taluq nibhanay ki koi wja he nhi
khty ho k hm ne dukh dia aur tora hai tmharay dil ko
tora jo hm ne hai tou ab kya hum isay jorain b nahin
khty hain hm tmhen k ab jao aur sath chor do hmara
kionk ye maloom hai k tere bina hm jiyengy b nahin
ma keh dun k jeenay ki koi khawish nhi hai ab iss dil ko hasnaat
ye kesay kahun k tum bin ksshi ki bchi ab zindagi bhe nahin
tm khty they k janaan tere bina jeenay ka tsawwar he nhi
aj hmari 2 se zada batien krne pe pass rhny detay b nahin?
tum keh do k jao chor char k sb kch chli jao
kesay kahun k tm bin ik pl guzrta he nahin?
wo tmhara bar bar whtsapp se janay k liay plz plz khna?
qssam se jan jao k ks qdr drd hota hai tou kbhi kahogy nhi
ma pagal the jo teri hr bat ko sch maan lia ma ne
qasam Khuda ki jhooti meri muhabbat bhe nahin
tou khta tha k ajkl bss tuu he tu hai kssshiii
aaj ka tou dikhta ha lakin kal ka pta he nahin
chl aaj ye ma khud se kh dun k tu sch tera hr wada sch
shayd k tere waadun ma kisi kl ka koi waada he nahin
tu jan le k kis qadar dil ko aarzoo hai teri
tu jan le k kis qadar dil ko tarap hai teri
tu jan le k ks qadar abkhen roi hn tere liay
tu jan le k ks qadar payaar hai mjhy tm se
qasam se tu kbhi mjhy chor kr jaeyga nhi
tjh se milnay k liay kahin manatain maangi hain hasnaat
tere na milnay se wo mntain kbhi poori hongi nahin
meri hr bat jhooti hr afsana hr khwab jhoota
mgr ae janaan schi teri bhe herr baat nahin
meri roodad ma agrcha zoq e sukhan bht km hai jaanan
teri hr bat khnay pe muhabt se jagi writer ab jagegi nhi
ma maanti hun k meri muhabt chnd lfzun ki muhtaj nhi hny
alfaz khtm jzbat khtm mgr dil se kbhi muhbt khtm ho gi nhi
tm khtay ho k muhabbat k bina insan shair nhi kh skta
mjhy kion lgta hai merr shayri ki ab koi haisiat he nhi
ma kitna likhun kitna likhun k teri yaad na aey mjhay
ma kya krun k meri aankhen tjyy yad k kr roein b nahin
aansso nhi hain ....teri pyaari yadun ki brsaat hai ye
lkn drti hun k ma in ma beh kr ta umr kho na jaun kahin
teri yaadein dil ko sukoon se rhany nhi deti hasnaat
mere in drdun ka ilaaj kiay bgair tu kahin jana nahin
kis munh se tjhy rokun teri shaan ma kch kahun
kionk ab ma shyd teri minnat krne k qabil b nhi
tm khty ho k hmari batun ne tmhen ktny din tk rulaya
ab tumhari yadun ma kya hm umr bhr royengy nahin
smjh nahin ati k fqt Allah se ab zindagi mangun ya phir mout
tu apne sath rkhna nhi chahta ma tere bgair reh skti he nahin
mere zoq ma zrf ma kmi ho gi shyad hasnaat
lkn teri batun ko dimagh se kbbi socha he nhi
tm jo khty ho k jb milna nhi tou iss bat ka faida kya hai
maloom hmain zindagi ki shaam honay ka bhe nahin
drr si gae ma aaj jb dekha ma ne ainay ma khud ko
ye thaan lia k tere bin ab ainay ma dekhungi he nhi
aina b wohi jo zahri rang ko dikhata hai shayd
kionk kisi drd ko dikhnay wala aina bna b nahin
syaanay khty hain k dil b ak ainaa hai srtaaj
lakn uss ainay ko sahi se shyd dekha he nhi
dekh leta tou saaf nhi aks tou nzar aa jata hmara
lakin shayd tjh ma ye bat krne ka hosla he nahin
na phly na ab ma magti hun tjh se kch b jaan
lkn apni duano ma ab tou mjhy mangna b nhi
maangun gi nahi kionk shyad tou chahta hau
dil ko bnanay wala shyd tjhy dil se nikaly ga nahin
meri bebssi tou dekh k shair b kh rhe aur ro b rhe
teri tsweer ma b hlki si udaasi mjhy brdaasht nahin
ma teri khushi mangti hun Rabb se k tere drd mitt jaien yar
lakin shyd gunahon k sbab meri dua ma b koi asar he nahin
iss shoq se yqeen se mangun gi ma tere liay hr pal dua
k mere sohnay Allah k han dhair hai magar andher nahin
Poet : Jaan e Mann
The World Bank In Pakistan
Pakistan has important strategic endowments and development potential. The increasing proportion of Pakistan’s youth provides the country with a potential demographic dividend and a challenge to provide adequate services and employment.
In July 2019, Pakistan entered into a 39-month Extended Fund Facility (EFF) arrangement with the International Monetary Fund. Stabilization measures under the EFF were expected to moderate aggregate demand pressures in the economy. Leading indicators suggested a slowdown in growth in the first 7-8 months of FY20. The output of large-scale manufacturing (which accounts for around 50 percent of industrial output) contracted by 3.4 percent in Jul-Jan FY20. The agriculture sector, however, registered growth in the rice and livestock sub-sectors.
However, the rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus since February 2020 has brought economic activity to a near-halt. Most of the country has been placed under a partial lockdown. The closure of non-essential businesses and domestic supply chain disruptions are having a significant impact on wholesale and retail trade and transport, storage and communication, the largest sub-sectors of the services sector. The drop in domestic and global demand is also compounding the strains on the industrial sector, which is hit by both supply and demand shocks. In addition, the country’s main industrial sector – textiles and apparel – is highly exposed to COVID-19-related disruptions due to its labor-intensity.
Average inflation increased to 11.8 percent during Jul-Mar FY20 (from 6.8 percent in Jul-Mar FY19) reflecting upward adjustments in administrated prices and exchange rate depreciation pass-through. The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) maintained a tight monetary stance during this period, keeping the policy rate at 13.25 percent to dampen inflationary expectations. However, as the COVID-19 pandemic spread, it reduced the policy rate to 11.0 percent in March 2020.
The Current Account Deficit (CAD) narrowed to 1.0 percent of GDP in Jul-Feb FY20, from 3.5 percent in the same period in FY19, thanks to a 17.5 percent decline in goods imports. This, together with large multilateral disbursements and higher foreign investment flows, helped shore up gross international reserves to US$13.2 billion (as of March 27th, 2020)—or equivalent to 3.5 months of imports. However, due to global developments, foreign investors have offloaded more than half of their position in domestic securities since February 2020. The exchange rate, which had remained relatively stable through June-February FY20, depreciated by 7.3 percent in March.
In the first half of FY20, the fiscal deficit stood at 2.3 percent of GDP, compared to 2.7 percent in the first six months of FY19. The fiscal adjustment was achieved through increases in domestic revenue collections and slower growth in non-interest recurrent expenditures. However, the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to put significant pressure on expenditures whereas revenue collections are expected to be negatively impacted. Pakistan’s public debt, which stood at 87.5 percent of GDP at the end of FY19, may rise as a result.
Real GDP growth is projected to contract by 1.3 percent in FY20 as domestic and global economic activity slows down sharply in the last four months of the fiscal year. The outbreak of COVID-19 will impact growth beyond FY20. Under the baseline scenario, growth will remain muted in FY21 before reaching 3.2 percent in FY22. Inflation is expected to average 11.8 percent in FY20 and to gradually decline thereafter.
The current account deficit is projected to narrow to 1.9 percent in FY20, as imports contract more than exports. Export growth is expected to remain negative in FY21 but to subsequently rebound. Similarly, imports are expected to recover slowly from FY22 on wards, as domestic industrial activities pick up. Remittances are expected to contract in FY20 and FY21, respectively, due to lower growth in the Gulf Cooperation Council economies. Increased multilateral and bilateral flows are expected to be the main financing sources over the medium-term.
The fiscal deficit is expected to remain elevated in FY20 and FY21. Revenue mobilization efforts will be negatively impacted by subdued domestic activity, while expenditures will increase to contain the spread of COVID-19 and support the economy. The fiscal deficit is expected to fall gradually by FY22 as the impact of the crisis tapers-off. However, the public debt-to-GDP ratio is expected to increase and remain elevated over the medium-term, with Pakistan’s exposure to debt-related shocks remaining high.
There are considerable downside risks to the outlook. The immediate challenge for the government is to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, while minimizing economic losses and protecting the poorest. In the medium-to-long term, the government should remain focused on implementing structural reforms to boost private investment sustainably.
Other News Pakistan
Online classes side effect on younger child (5to10) year old :
By Javaria khan
- This the problem of every Pakistani house. A majority child of (5 to 10 year old ) cannot take online classes .
- firstly big mistake by schools. its cannot arrange teacher for these younger child. The administrator of schools only send syllabus.
- Due to this child cannot study at home in proper way
- through this condition unsafe the child future.
Overcome this problem by making a proper younger education software That's way child easily learn at home and get maximum knowledge through online classes.
Pakistani drama "Ishq Hai" leads us to where on..
Bollywood dramas were on the peak at sometimes as they consist of all rounder one theme story-romanticism. And then the story swapped to Pakistani dramas that went on a peak and here they goes the all sectors to talk about. In the most recent times, a new Pakistani drama 'Ishq Hai' made on air. It was a smooth story line script until the leading role of the girl as Isra's (played by Minal Khan) father and family got know about her love affair and after that the girl's family announced her wedding for as soon as possible.
The opposite to the girl's character Shahzaib (played by Danish Taimoor) kidnapped her on the wedding day and then started trying to convince her but she kept on saying to leave her. At on instants, he put out the pistol and tried to convince her and if she not then he would shoot himself on the spot and at last the girl convinced and married to him. Girl's father died after hearing such news of his daughter and the girl started hating her but after sometime everything was sorted out. She forgave the boy and then the all thing took place.
The all thing is too discuss is that where Pakistani dramas are going to. Means that where are we leading our society to, that go, kidnapped a girl, convinced her on gun point and got married. We are on such so called liberation that what we are teaching and showing to our youth. Like seriously, we are really absent of ideas and new stories that we people are entertaining our audience with such poor ideas. Ok, it's fine that it's only a drama but half of the youth watches it and then they get ideas to start this all types of things on society.
So, where are we leading to? Do our content is limitized to such immoral things?
It's the time to really think on the medium we are making on..!
We with the changing..
The much of the world changes to the less we are accepting the change. How fast and instant the condition of Afghanistan swapped and this time there's no Saudi Arabia and Dubai are with Pakistan. Pakistan's more than half of the remittances come from these two states. Pakistan's trade and buisness is linked with Europe and America. We take loans from IMF and World Bank and the tackles of security is being meet up with China.
Undoubtedly, we are socially strong assured relationed with them but there's a cold war happening in China and West. China is emerging as a 2nd powerful state of the world. On the other hand at the same page, India has made up it's friendly links not only with the West but also won Saudi Arabia and Dubai or you can say that in the Middle East, India has made up it's rank in security forces.
China wo was investing in Pakistan for C-PEC but now China's investment is more I'm Iran now. And from all, Taliban had taken charge over Afghanistan and now's it's a time to feel Pakistan some after shocks of such a social earthquake. If Pakistan raises hands against Taliban, then the Taliban who are settled here, they would fight back against Pakistan. And if things would settled with Taliban then the West wouldn't be a defensive partner of Pakistan.
70 years and Pak-India is facing each other and their foreign policies. India was a great economy. Dr. Man Mohan Singh laid a solid foundation of India that now they see themselves in China's economic prospectives. Their economy raised up to 7% while Pakistan moved towards downfall with the changes of time. Hence, it's all a change of plans and tricks that revolve everything everywhere.