Lawyers take out ‘Yes to Pakistan’ rally . . .

Lawyers take out ‘Yes to Pakistan’ rally

Business community also condemns MQM chief

From Our Correspondent

MULTAN: Lawyers on Wednesday took out ‘Yes to Pakistan’ rally and condemned MQM chief Altaf Hussain for delivering hate speech.

The lawyers took out the rally from the District Courts and chanted slogans against MQM chief Altaf Hussain for delivering hate speech, chanting slogans against Pakistan and enticing people for violence. They also burnt effigy of Altaf Hussain in protest. They demanded the government impose complete ban on the MQM. Meanwhile, the Multan District Bar Association organised a conference against Altaf Hussain’s hate speech and demanding the government trial Altaf Hussain. “It is the time for the government to take action against Altaf Hussain in the light of his hater speech”, the lawyers demanded. DBA president Azimul Haq Pirzada said that it was shameful that the MQM was still working in the country while its chief abusing Pakistan. “Allegations that the MQM had links with India were not new but his fresh hate speech was alarming”, he added. He said that Altaf Hussain’s speeches against security agencies had stirred a serious controversy in the country. Meanwhile, the business community of the Southern Punjab also strongly condemned the provocative anti-Pakistan statement of MQM chief Altaf Hussain and demanded strict action against the people involved in the attacks on media houses. Multan Chamber of Commerce & Industry president Fareed Mughees Sheikh said that no one was above Pakistan and the trading community strongly condemns anti-Pakistan statements of Altaf Hussain. He said that the MQM chief was allegedly playing in the hands of our enemies and he was giving such statements to appease them. “Strict action should be taken against the people who attacked media houses”, he said. MCCI SVP Ata Shafi Tanvir and others also condemned the MQM chief’s anti-Pakistan statements.

{Source:thenews.com.pk}

This Online Entrepreneur from Multan Made Half Million Rupees in 24 Hours. . .

Meet M. Tanveer Nandla

Tanveer hails from Multan. The youngest son in his family, he studied BS Information Technology from Bahauddin Zakariya University in south Punjab.

During his second semester at BZU. he chose to learn some web development since he saw the potential internet held. In those early days, he came across Google Adsense, which he used in combination with YolaSite, Yahoo GeoCities and Blogspot to earn money.

He netted $64 via Adsense in his nascent days as on the internet back in 2007.

He soon realized that internet publishing is nothing without SEO, and that’s when he learnt SEO optimization and best practices through trial and error and a combination of devouring all the tips and tricks he learnt on the internet.

His first website, www.pkfunda.com went live in 2008. His competitors were brands like Hamariweb, SMS4Smile, PaperPK, etc.

Nandla claims that his website crashed because the server could barely keep up with the traffic it was getting. Later on, his Adsense account associated with PKFunda was disabled by Google due to a copyright claim on the YouTube videos. Though he can’t recall the precise figures now, he believes that PKFunda made $1500 before Google disabled Adsense.

The shutdown of PKFunda notwithstanding, Nandla had another venture in mind. After completing his studies, he built a sports-based website in 2011. Using all the knowledge he had gained over the years (mainly for content and SEO), he ensured the site was a success. This is where he started looking into event blogging more seriously.

His fiancé was the inspiration behind this idea. She helped him write articles for the website. He mentions that the fashion website started out with SEO-optimized seed content and then usual daily publication in the following days.

From the second month onwards, the site started generating money. This venture earned Nandla around $1500 from advertising.

Later on, he flipped it through a friend for $2500 on Flippa. In all, he had earned $4000 in around 2 and half months from the fashion-based website.

Shah Rukn-e-Alam… In the Pages of History…

Sheikh Rukn-ud-Din Abul Fateh (Persian: رکن الدین ابوالفتح), commonly known by the title (Shah) Rukn-e-Alam (“Pillar of the World”) (1251–1335), was an eminent Sufi saint from Multan in modern-day Pakistan who belonged to Suhrawardiyya Sufi order.

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Shah Rukn-e-Alam died on Friday, the 7th of Jumada al-awwal 735 Hijri (3 January 1335). He was buried in the mausoleum of his grandfather, according to his own will. After sometime, however, his coffin was transferred to the present mausoleum. Shah Rukn-e-Alam never married. He regarded the children of Sheikh Hameed ud Din al Hakim as his own children and said that people will remember his name through Hakim’s generations. Upon his death, Shah Rukn-e-Alam conferred his spiritual succession to Sheikh Hameed ud Din al Hakim, buried at Mau Mubarak in Rahim Yar Khan, who was his Ataleeq-e-Awwal, Khalifa-e-Awwal and was married to his aunt, the daughter of Sheikh Baha-ud-Din Zakariya.

What Happened With Qandeel Blouch Murder Case???

Qandeel’s three brothers involved in her murder: police

From Nadeem Shah

MULTAN: Police investigation has established that three brothers were involved in the murder of their sister Qandeel Baloch for honour.

The accused are Muhammad Wasim, Aslam Shaheen and Muhammad Arif. Muhammad Arif has been living in Saudi Arabia for a long time and Aslam Shaheen is a soldier while only Wasim is in police custody.

Police investigation has also established that accused Wasim and his cousin Haq Nawaz had strangled Qandeel Baloch. Police are reviewing the polygraph test report of taxi driver Abdul Basit in which he confessed his relationship with Mufti Qavi. Police said that the polygraph test report showed that accused Abdul Basit knew the murder plan.

The investigators revealed that Basit had allegedly driven accused Wasim and Haq Nawaz to Multan from Qandeel’s ancestral Shah Sadr Din village, Dera Ghazi Khan, on July 15 and dropped them to Dera Ghazi Khan after the murder on July 16. They said that Basit had handed himself over to police on July 27 in Multan. Qandeel’s father and complainant Muhammad Azam had already nominated accused Abdul Basit in the murder case.

The Regional Police Office Legal Branch sources told The News that recommendations made by the RPO Legal Branch were ignored in registering the murder case.

A senior legal official at the RPO Office on condition of anonymity said that the RPO Legal Branch had held meeting soon after the murder and recommended that the Muzaffarabad SHO should be made complainant into the case instead of relying on Qandeel’s father Muhammad Azam to avoid possible reconciliation.

The source said that the Legal Branch and the Multan District Attorney held a meeting and recommended incorporation of Section 305 of the PPC along with Section 311 of the PPC to ensure state as a complainant. However, Legal Branch’s all recommendations were set aside and Qandeel’s father Muhammad Azam made complainant, the source added. The RPO Legal Branch officials feared complainant Muhammad Azam might pardon the accused under the Qisas Law. The sources said that the incomplete challan of the case was expected to be submit in the next couple of days.

When contacted, Mufti Qavi completely denied any relationship with accused Abdul Basit. He claimed that the police did not contact him since he had submitted his written reply. He, however, assured the police of cooperating with them in the case.

On Monday, Judicial Magistrate Qamar Zaman Tarrar sent two accused – taxi driver Abdul Basit and Muhammad Zafar – to the jail on completion of 14-day physical remand. Two more accused – Wasim and Zafar – were already in the jail on judicial remand.

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