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Night Holds the Reality
I can't believe in myself being represented as a school topper, when I closed my eyes. It is actually a dream when I Slept and closed my physical eyes, jumped into the imaginaries and opened my eyes of mind.
I could see him [Mehrab] , sharing my ideas with him[My dream friend], gathering with one another, facing every moment with joy and prosperity. I could see our daily routine, We made ourselves ready for the School and went for the studies.
I could hear my name being repeated continuously. Being repeated by every corner of my surrounding. I could hear the praises, being sent for me. I see every member of the generation mentioning me in their advices.
In first, I could not find out the reason[reason of praises, reason of being repeated continuously, reason of being mentioned in everyone's advices]. I found myself thinking of , What would be the reason that has made me as important. I couldn't made myself capable of solving out the suspension. I found myself being confused but not helpless.
I could see myself gathering with him[Mehrab], discussing my confusion. He [Mehrab] made me clear that it was due to the boldness of me that made me so. I found him [ as a friend ] advising me," do focus on your career and study hard in upcoming days. Make yourself prevent from the social evils [drugs,robberies]." I could see myself firmly accepting and agreeing with him.
The days were badly surrounded by the environmental evils. It could appear almost everyone being involved in robberies and especially drugs. I could see several types of people being destroyed in drugs and I could see the person who dragged everyone in this evil.
It seemed to be the last days of school when everyone was appearing happily due to their numbers and ranks. I found out him[Mehrab] even happier than others due to me because I was on the top. He seemed to suggest me for a college but I couldn't seem to afford and I stayed. I found him [Mehrab] leaving me alone and going for seek of knowledge.
I found out myself being alone. Being alone due to those who used to be my friends and left. I found myself recalling the words that he[ Mehrab ] has suggested [ prevent yourself from the social evils ]. I kept thinking of the social evils and from there I couldn't find myself alone. I found out a partner who appeared to be an attractive one for the social evils.
I could see myself facing away from my career and following the new partner. I could see the heal of lonliness in that [ New Partner]. I couldn't help making gatherings with him. It seemed to be spending hours with the new partner. I could see him making me taste drug and making my mindset positive of drugs. I couldn't find his [Mehrab] advices and followed on. And afterall I became one of them [Drug addicts].
I could feel just fews days have passed and he[Mehrab] has returned. He returned holding a scholarship, based on my marks, for me. When he came to me , he found me talking with smoke, feast with the evils and playing with the tubes.
He mentioned me in his speech," HassanJan, I was stupid and my stupidity took me here to you. I have decided a bright future for you and you are of ruining your present."
I continued," Mehrab... Come and have a look. How happy I am with my new friends. Only you were missing. Come and join us, we all together will enjoy ."
Mehrab exclaimed with sorrow,"Uuh.... Old HassanJan. Wherever you are I am gonna miss you."
I could see him [ Mehrab] slapped me and went away...
Suddenly I woke up, and looked around. I found myself safe. I thanked God that it was just a dream but I thought for a while that ," If drug is this much dangerous in dream then how will it be in real life." I can not even imagine that.
In last, drug is deadly. Prevent yourself and your beloved from drug. Join hands together and raise voice for the drug mafias.
" We need a drug free Balochistan "
ITEM SONGS CULTURE IN ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN
In Pakistan, item songs culture actually came from India. In their movies, women who are dancing in a crowd with wearing vulgar dress for entertain and amuse men. That’s called item songs which are common in Indian movies.
But as we see in our Pakistani’s movies that also become a common item songs which is really downcast for our media industries. Exactly and similarly our theatre culture have been ruined with these practices model performed vulgar item song and if we see in past times theatre was one of the prestigious platform where people come and enjoy watching messageful or comedy acts with family. This is also the reason why our film and drama industry got lack views because now people are love watching turkish series because they represent islamic spirit, culture and traditions. Our movies and dramas was played a very good role in our society. But today’s we feels shame while watching latest Pakistani movies with our family. Our young generations who are social active and follow our celebrities have got a bad influence on them through watching these types of material.
Harassment cases and child abusing rate in Pakistan is rising now as compare to past. Just because when these types of material will watch in every second house in our society. So, the young mind catch only negative things and will involve in bad activities because our media openly show and sadly say, appreciate a girl wearing short dresses and vulgar dancing among men and men are hooting her but still she going to entertain them.
Pakistan was found on the name of Islam. But very wilted say we are following Hinduism culture in our movies instead of showing our Islam culture or history of Islam. This is also very disappointed thing that those famous female celebrities who have a precious image in our mind but now they are just for earn piece of paper give priority for vulgar dressing and wants to going famous even if they get a opportunity of performing in other countries.
Published by Areeba Khan
Student of Jinnah University For Women
Spatial Computing Could Be the Next Big Thing
Beyond virtual and augmented reality
Imagine Martha, an octogenarian who lives independently and uses a wheelchair. All objects in her home are digitally catalogued; all sensors and the devices that control objects have been Internet-enabled; and a digital map of her home has been merged with the object map. As Martha moves from her bedroom to the kitchen, the lights switch on, and the ambient temperature adjusts. The chair will slow if her cat crosses her path. When she reaches the kitchen, the table moves to improve her access to the refrigerator and stove, then moves back when she is ready to eat. Later, if she begins to fall when getting into bed, her furniture shifts to protect her, and an alert goes to her son and the local monitoring station.
The “spatial computing” at the heart of this scene is the next step in the ongoing convergence of the physical and digital worlds. It does everything virtual-reality and augmented-reality apps do: digitize objects that connect via the cloud; allow sensors and motors to react to one another; and digitally represent the real world. Then it combines these capabilities with high-fidelity spatial mapping to enable a computer “coordinator” to track and control the movements and interactions of objects as a person navigates through the digital or physical world. Spatial computing will soon bring human-machine and machine-machine interactions to new levels of efficiency in many walks of life, among them industry, health care, transportation and the home. Major companies, including Microsoft and Amazon, are heavily invested in the technology.
As is true of virtual and augmented reality, spatial computing builds on the “digital twin” concept familiar from computer-aided design (CAD). In CAD, engineers create a digital representation of an object. This twin can be used variously to 3-D-print the object, design new versions of it, provide virtual training on it or join it with other digital objects to create virtual worlds. Spatial computing makes digital twins not just of objects but of people and locations—using GPS, lidar (light detection and ranging), video and other geolocation technologies to create a digital map of a room, a building or a city. Software algorithms integrate this digital map with sensor data and digital representations of objects and people to create a digital world that can be observed, quantified and manipulated and that can also manipulate the real world.
Industry has already embraced the integration of dedicated sensors, digital twins and the Internet of Things to optimize productivity and will likely be an early adopter of spatial computing. The technology can add location-based tracking to a piece of equipment or an entire factory. By donning augmented-reality headsets or viewing a projected holographic image that displays not only repair instructions but also a spatial map of the machine components, workers can be guided through and around the machine to fix it as efficiently as possible—shrinking down time and its costs. Or if a technician were engaging with a virtual-reality version of a true remote site to direct several robots as they built a factory, spatial-computing algorithms could help optimize the safety, efficiency and quality of the work by improving, for example, the coordination of the robots and the selection of tasks assigned to them. In a more common scenario, fast-food and retail companies could combine spatial computing with standard industrial engineering techniques (such as time-motion analyses) to enhance the efficient flow of work.
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Tablets and Chromebooks the new hotspots for growth in the PC market
The total PC market (including tablets) enjoyed a second successive quarter of stellar growth, with total shipments of 124.5 million units, up 23% year-on-year. Lenovo led the global market with 23.5 million tablets, notebooks and desktops shipped followed closely by Apple with 22.1 million macs and iPads. HP, Dell and Samsung rounded out the top five. Chromebooks were the best performing client PC product in Q3, as shipments grew 122% to a total of 9.4 million. Detachables (tablets and notebooks) grew 88% and were the second best performing category in personal computing. Within desktops, all-in-ones grew 7% despite an overall desktop market decline of 32%.
The worldwide tablet market posted stellar growth in Q3 2020, with shipments of 44.3 million units, up 43% year-on-year. Meanwhile, Chromebook shipments hit a record high of 9.4 million units, growing 122% from a year ago. Both categories came to the fore in the context of affordable computing, as the pandemic continued to positively influence PC ownership and usage for various purposes. Vendors and channel partners shifted resource allocation towards production and distribution of tablets and Chromebooks to meet this surging demand, which is expected to continue in the short-term.
Across the board, the top five tablet vendors posted both year-on-year and quarter-on-quarter growth, a remarkable performance given the strength of shipments in Q2. Apple maintained pole position with shipments of 15.2 million units and growth of 47%. Samsung placed second with stunning growth of 80% to break the 9 million unit shipment mark for the first time since Q4 2015. Huawei built on its strong position in China and Europe with growth of 38% to secure third place with shipments of 5.1 million units. Amazon and Lenovo rounded out the top five vendors, with growth of 8% and 59% respectively.
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Words have a great power!!
They can heal you, make you, break you, encourages you and can degrade You,
Always think before You Speak!!
If you can't talk two sweet words then
Don't talk two bitter words,
If you can't encourage then don't dicourage,
If you can't appreciate don't degrade,
For You these are just words but Your these words can break anyone and lift them down,
Because of Your words, They will start hating theirselves and can't rise again🌟
So Be kind to Everyone because
This World needs it the most❤️
We all live in a Society where,
Our hopes, Our expectations, Our wishes
are judged by people's choice,
Where People decides that what is
good & what is bad for Us,
Where we live our own lives
according to the people!!
We owe our life✯
We all should know that What we are,
What we want, What we like, What gives
us happiness, What makes us beautiful,
What give us peace and What is best for us,
Truly Everyone can only
No one can really support and
Because The people around us can only know us, They can't understand us!!
So Instead of worrying about
Live Your Life The Way You Want✿
Do What Makes You Happy✿
Make Your Happiness A Priority✿
Your Happiness, Your hopes, Your Expectations,
Your dreams, Your Inspirations, Your Peace..
They are the only things that really
matters to You ❤️
No one can do it for you,
You are the only one who can do it,
You are the only one who can make
You are the only one who can give you mentally peace✨
"LIVE YOUR LIFE FREE FROM PEOPLE'S THOUGHTS AND THEIR JUDGEMENTS"
Question: "Why is our history not taught to us in Pakistan Studies?". The answer is, it was...until 1981.
When examining surviving Pakistani history textbooks written between 1947 to 1980, all of them begin with the ancient Indus Valley Civilisation from 3000 BCE rather than the invasion of Sindh by Mohammad bin Qasim in 712. These books contained the collective history of the region Pakistan was in (the Indus Valley), and a decent effort was made to connect students to the land of Pakistan. The nation was viewed as a melting pot of different people and languages. Most importantly, the Pakistan Movement was described as the Muslim League had defined it; as a defence against Brahmin domination.
That all changed in 1981. Under the direction of General Zia ul Haq, the University Grants Commission issued a notice to all prospective textbook authors specifying that new history textbooks were to "induce pride for the nation's past, enthusiasm for the present, and unshakable faith in the stability and longevity of Pakistan".
To eliminate all possible ambiguities to this approach, Pakistani authors were given the following directive:
"To demonstrate that the basis of Pakistan is not to be founded in racial, linguistic, or geographical factors, but, rather, in the shared experience of a common religion. To get students to know and appreciate the Ideology of Pakistan, and to popularize it with slogans. To guide students towards the ultimate goal of Pakistan - the creation of a completely Islamised State."
In fulfillment of this directive, all of Pakistan's ancient history was either removed or simply relegated to a single insignificant chapter, with no emphasis being put that it was our history. Secondly, the invasion of Sindh by Mohammad bin Qasim was given high importance and was considered as the origin of "Pakistani history". The most disturbing aspect was the redefinition of the Pakistan Movement from the Muslim League's definition, to "a movement for Islamic revival", which mirrored the same concepts and politics of Jamaat-i-Islami. All textbooks were now being centered around the following themes, of which none were historically accurate:
1. The 'Ideology of Pakistan', both as a historical force which motivated the movement for Pakistan as well as its raison d'etre.
2. The depiction of Jinnah as a man of orthodox religious views who sought the creation of a theocratic state.
3. A move to establish the ulema as genuine heroes of the Pakistan Movement.
4. An emphasis on ritualistic Islam, together with a rejection of liberal interpretations of the religion and generation of communal antagonism.
> Destruction of Jinnah's speeches
On top of this, General Zia ul Haq ordered many of Jinnah's speeches and audio recordings held at National Archives and Radio Pakistan to be destroyed. These speeches and audio recordings were those that promoted secular, democratic ideals for Pakistan. One famous audio recording was the 11 August Speech, in which Jinnah famously said: "You are free; you are free to go to your temples. You are free to go to your mosques or to any other places of worship in this State of Pakistan. You may belong to any religion, caste or creed—that has nothing to do with the business of the state.” By sheer luck, the only reason why Pakistan knows of this speech today is thanks to a audio copy that was stored by BBC Radio Archives.
> Collapse of Education System
Prior to the 90s, everyone attended government schools. The advent of private schools began when Zia implemented his education reforms in the 80s. After 1982, government schools prioritised stuffing student’s minds with paranoia, parochialism, and hyper-religiosity. Students were seen as "young foot soldiers" to preserve and protect a praetorian, ideological state of which they could eventually become a part. To produce students with empathy, moral sense, and capacity to reason independently was not just unnecessary, it was undesirable. Almost never were students told to respect a queue, obey traffic rules, and desist from littering. Exam cheating and degree buying, though widespread, was not decried as a moral crime. Machoism was promoted as a virtue, not treated as a disease. Nowhere was a student taught to appreciate those who are different culturally, ethnically, religiously, in physical appearance, or perhaps ability-disability. Families with money almost immediately withdrew from government schools because of this reason, and by the 90s the era of private schools began.
> Zia Generation vs Junoon Generation
The legacy of Zia was the generation he left behind and what negative effects it had on Pakistan 20 years later. The lost Zia generation (school children of the 1980s) became young adults in the early 2000s. Is it any coincidence that Pakistan's most troubling years of suicide bombings and extremism came between 2002 to 2015? This was the period the Zia generation took control of the country, both politically and socially. No
Wrote By Mir Ishfaque M Hassni
-University Life Part 2:
"The Girl who stops"
I am the student of university in 2nd year of Bachelors.
As being friendly with both boys and girls , i have experienced that what they have gone through in this time period of their Uni life. I am highlighting some girls issue which i have seen,heard,solved,observed till now.
-In our society there is still a thought that education for a girl is less important than that of boys , this is the very first thing that stops a girl.
-A girl who passes the entry test and is now entering the university with all thoughts:
1. Parents respect
2. Career plan
3. Future plan
4. People criticism
5. Her own respect
6. Fear of past
7. Fear of environment
8. Fear of new peoples
9. Fear of public speaking
10. And many more (every girl can relate)
With all these thoughts , when a girl enters in a university what she wishes and expect for is that a support from other girls , a homelike environment in hostels, a brother-like love from boys , a parents love from teachers, a respect guarantee from the environment of university but what she gets is :
1. Harassment through eyes:
(You feel insecure when people keep staring at you , no matter what your dressing is , people will stare at you , because they don't have a sister or they don't care about their sisters too)
2. Hooting from students:
(You keep on hearing the vulgar words from everyone because you are good looking , you are beautiful , you are fashionable , you are open-minded , but not everyone sees you with this sight , they will keep on shouting like an animal)
3. Harsh behavior from girls:
(Even the girls will not support you when you will share your problems , they are scared too , they will say you to ignore and you start ignoring and you will be ignoring it till your last day of university and after you another girl will face it ,because you didn't take any action to resolve it only because no-one was there to support you)
4. Insecurities everywhere:
(non secure contacts, anyone reaches you on social media and personal contact and that things keep on growing time by time and till when you are used to it)
5. Trust issues everywhere:
(Its so hard for a girl to trust anyone and share her secrets and problems , even the girls will change their behavior when you tell them about your weakness or problem everyday, how its possible for you to trust a boy , when you dont know that what his real intentions are)
What are the after effects of this in mostly cases are:
2. Studies failure
4. Leaving studies
-Love-life of a girl:
There are 70% chances that a girl or a boy falls in love in this age(16-26) , and another thing which can be a reason of girls construction or destruction , falling in love is not a BAD THING but falling from limits is WORST , a girl faces this and if it goes wrong , her life is almost destroyed after this.
"What should be the mindset of a girl before entering university" ?
-Strong speaking skills.
-Should know that there is HARASSMENT CELL and should take full advantage of it.
-Should be clear about her intentions and actions.
-Should be known of her values and priorities.
-Should be open minded and should not care of negativity from people.(If she is sure that she is Right)
-Should respect the opposite gender(and have good observing skills because not everyone is BAD)
-Her first priority should be her Career.
-Away from gender discrimination.
-Positivity and many more.
Via: Hamid Abbasi