Monday, November 28, 2011

THE MOON



SUN IS NECESSARY of life of man animals and plants but there is alwas a romance about the moon it is simply soothing and refreshing it is pleasing to all with the imaginative poets the moon is the queen of heaven all this show how men like and love moon
On such a moon 1it night I along with a few friends started fora long towards the river side when the moon bates the whole earth with its bright light and weaves a dreamy atmosphere we cannot but be forgetful of our worries and anxieties we then merge ourselves into the delight it offers us
The moon was slowly climbing up in the sky I suddenly remembered a few lines on the moon I asked the moon ARE ou pale for climbing why are you looking at the earth?
The moon looked pale and weary because she was climbing the difficult heights I wished that I were a poet and a painter I could have given a good descriptior of the magic moon light
As we went further we saw house tops covered with the moon light the trees stood silent they looked as it they were in meditation as we passed out of the city there was growing peace and calm we left the noise of the city for behind tall palm trees stood proud in attention they looked like watchmen to guard the peace of the beautiful night we could hear the humming of insects at a distance all of a sudden a dark big could appeared in the sky it came against the moon and covered it completely from our viwe the rest of the sky was flooded with moon light
A persian poet said the moonlight was so beautiful that a cat licked the ground thinking the moonlight to be milk

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Monday, November 21, 2011

EVILS OF SMOKING


BY SMOKING THE SMOKER  EXPERIENCES A TEMPORARY FEELING of extreme pleasure but soon become drunken he goes on smoking cigarete and gradually become a slave to the habit and last he is totally destroyed by the curel haabit

The evil of smoking has spread far and wide it is equally comans among the poor as well as rich it is a fashion to smoke the people are fallen a prey to the course and they think it is the best way to sustain their energise and to enable them to forget the bitter realities of life but infact they are runing their health and making the lives of their family miserable

Smoking ruins the smoker physically mentally and moraly at first he smoking for the desire for smoking but he soon find that smoking he become necessity for him the moncurse of smoking has slowly forged a chain that he cannot break now he may fall an easy prey to various diseases like tuberculosis and cancer become the resistance of his body is dangerously lowered it is established that the death rate among smokers is increased manifold than among total abstaincey the results of smoking are far reaching as the enter society is effected all our efforts must be persistently made to eradicate this evil those who have already fallen a prey to it and those who are fortunately safe from smoking should all be shown what fearful results smoking producess

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

ALVIN ALIEY MASTER OF DANCE


DANCE IS DIFFERENT from other fine arts because it combines two great talents and abilities A good dancer must be creative and athletic . Good dancers must be UNSTRUCTURED IN THEIR THOUGHTS MUST BE VERY STRUCTURED IN THEIR WORKOUTS AND REHEARSALS WILLING bined thoes two talents and become famous around the world is alvin aliey
Alvin aliey was born in roberts texas on january 5.1931.every Sunday you could find hime with his mother at true vinc baptist
Outside the biltmore one day Alvin noticed another young man peeking in throught the stage door aliin joined him
IN 1949 not many dance studios accepted blacek students but the lester horton school welcomed anyone who was serious about dancing
THROUGH THE YEARS aliin performed dances by other choreographers as well as his own dances  in 1964 the company went on its first european tour and throught his lifetime ALVIN CREATED 79 BALLERS MANY OF THEM HAVE BEEN PERFORMED BY MAJOR DANCE COMPANIES AROUND THE WORDS INCLUDING AMERICAN BALLET AND THEATER joffrey ballet
Alvin died on decembar 1  1989, Agreat and dancer and choreographer was gone and the new york time worte ;you didn’t need to have known alvey personally to have been touched by his humanity enthusiasm and exuberance and his ideas for brotherhood

Sunday, November 6, 2011

A FESTIVAL


EID-UL-;; IS ONE OF THE MOST important festival of the muslims this festival is celebrated on the 1st of shawal according of the Hijri calander this is an occasion for great rejoicings actually eid-ul fiter is celebrated to offer thinks giving for his mercy and kindness that has anabled us to observe the fasts of ramzan that is way eid alls just after the month of ramzan as every muslim is expected to give fitrana before going out for prayers this days the festival is named as eid-ul-fitr
AS eid-ul-fitr is a special occasion for thinks giving and mercy making preparations for this festival start about a forthinght before the actual date
There is special shoping in the bazaars and the shops are well decorated for this pur[ose every muslim wants to wear his best dress on eid and therefore the crowds of customers as the festival draws nears besides cloth the prices of tody bangles perfumery and good of general merchandise also increase and the moon is sighted in the sky the rejoicings starts children are extremely happy on this occasion because they get special gifts and pocket money on this particular day
EID DAY every muslim starts his preparation the male members of the family change their dress and go to the eidgah where eid prayers are offered after eid prayers peopleeid gifts to young ones the fitrana is given on behalf of the whole family this money is distributed among the poor on the same day
Islam teacnes us to remain within moral limits even on the occasion of merry-making and festivities eid is the best festival of the year

Saturday, November 5, 2011

DUTIES OF STUDENTS


STUDENTS LIFE IS A temporary paried of mans life bu it is is  of vital importance it is the tinme when the seed of future prosperty and happiness is ti be sown as he will sow at this stage of life so will reap in his later life therefore an ideal student is to cultivate all the good qualities of a man during this time in order to build a happy life
The first duty of an ideal student is study the student continue a class by themselves great responsibilities on them he take up his student with serious neas he does not allow other activity to disurb or to distract
An ideals student close not waste time and energy on trash he seeks the teacher guidance he has faith in the suoerior knowledge of ths teacher an ideal student is not a book-worm he has keen but not blind he selects his reading wisely he has well defined tastes and he develops them with patience and care
An ideal student regards disciplines himself with respect and understanding he disciplines himself he does not go against the the rules of the college he is well behaved and he respects his teachers parents and elders he is helpful and co-operativ in his personal appearance he is neat and clean and simple he is not impudent
An ideal student takes interest in politics but in a limited way he tries his best to understand what is happening in the country and in the world
An intelligent student interests in extracurricular activities general knowledge simplicity and grace these are some of the most important qualities of a ideal student

Saturday, October 22, 2011

WAY I LOVE PAKISTAN



I HAVE BEEN great for my country I have it for several different reasons first of all I was borm here it is my motherland I have passed all my life here so it natural for me to love my country
I HAVE been eating the tasty fruits of my country have been become strong because I have eaten its wheat and drunk its water I have taken the milk of its animals I have breathed in its air I love the beautiful flowers in bright colours I smell and observe I like the fine trees on the mountains and hills and in the gardens
I LOVE MY COUNTRY because I am a patriot a person who dose not love his country dose not deserve to live in it move all the places where I passed my childhood move the play grounds where I have played I like the streets in which I have played as a child the rods along which I have walked and run with other children
I HAVE BEEN LIVING with other Pakistanis I have studied and worked with them my friends are all Pakistanis I can only have feeling of love for them
MY COUNTRY IS like a small continent to its south is the sea whose waves strike against a long sea coast in Karachi you have moist climate as it is close to the sea in the inner parts of sind it is dry and hot as we have great deal of desert in baluchistan it is fry and cold in the Punjab it is neither so hot nor so cold parts of the N W F P  are like Eu
I LOVE PAKISTAN BECAUSE IT IS AN ISLAMIC COUNTRY I AM A MUSLIM AND LIKE TO live with muslims I love Pakistan from the hearts I shall always love my country    

Saturday, October 15, 2011

SEXUAL CYCLE IN MOSQUITO



Sexual life –cycle of plasmodium is completed in the gut of female Anopheles mosquito resulting in the infective sporozoites the cycle comprises of the following threr stages
[1]; GSMETOGONY; THE GAMOCYTES are taken up along with the blood into the stomach of the mosquito the female gamocytes soon become macrogemete which is ready to be fertillzed each male gamocyte forms 6 to 8 sperm-like microgametes by a process of exfagellation
[2]; SYNGAMY; THE TWO GAMETES of the opposite sexes fuse together to from a zygote the process is called syngamy the zygote become worm –like ookinete it penetrates the stomach wall to settle down just under the midgut here after absorbing the nutrients it become rounded and encycts to form the oocyst
[3]; sporogony; in 6 to 7 days the nuclieus of the oocyst divides into thousands of slender sporozoltes by the process of sporogony the cyst bursts and the liberated sporozoltes migrate towoeds the salivary glands where they await transfer to a human host
SYMPTOMS OF MALARIA;;;
THE SYMPTOMS OF MALARIA FIRST APPEAR AFTER SEVERAL DAYS OF INFACTION IN MAN THE TIME TAKEN BY THE PARASITS BEFORE IT APPEARS IN THE BLOODS IS CALLED INCUBATION PERIOD THE SYMPTOMS THAT APPEAR IN THE PERIOD OF INFACTION INCLUDE NEUSEA LOSS of appetite constipation and insomnia soon headache mascualar pains aches in the joints develps followeds by chills
AT the onset of malarial fever the patient suffers from shaking chills and sweating the body temperature many rise as 106f/

Saturday, October 1, 2011

LIFE –CYCLE OF MALARIAL PARASTICE



LIFE –CYCLE of plasmodium is completed in two hosts man and female anopheles mosquito Man serves as primary host whereas mosquito serves as secondary host the parasite completes its life cycle in two main phases[ A] asexualcycle in man and [B] sexual cycle in mosquito
ASEXUAL CYCLE IN MAN – SCHIZ OGONY
A healthy person acquires infection when a female anopheles mosquito containing infective [SPOROZOITES]of the parasite its salivary glands bites him for sucking his blood schizogony comprises of the following phases
[1] PER-ERYTHROCYTIC PHASE
ONCE WITHIN THE HUMAN BLOODS THE SPOROZOITES circulate for about half an hour and then get into the liver to invade the hepatic cells after penetrating the hepatic cells each sporozoite grows for number of days and become a schizont it divides to from a large number of uninucleate CRYPOZOITAN these are liberated when the liver cell bursts the cryptozoites invade fresh liver cells and multiply producing enormous numbers of METACRYPTOZOITES this phase is referred to as per-erythrocytic phase

ERYTHROCYTIC PHASE

[the metacryptozoites after escaping into the blood stream invade the red blood corpuscles each becomes rounded and is salled TROPHOZOITEC when it grows in size the nucleus is pushed to one side into the peripheral cytoplasm it resemblies a signet ring and is referred to as signet ring stage the TROPHOZOITE ingests a large amount of cytoplasm of the R.B.C. THE blood haemogobin is broken down into its protein component which is used by the trophozoite it develops into an active amoebo;d trophozoite after active feeding become rounded grows in size and become a SCHIZONT it now undergoes schizogony and produces MEROZOITES with the rupture of                  R.B.C.the merozoites are liberated and blood complete into the blood plasma these invade fresh corpuscies to repae the cycle the time taken to complete one erythrocytic cycle depands upon the spectes of plasmodium
[3] POST –ERYTHROCYTICPHASE
some merozoites produced in erythrocytic phase reach the liver cells and undergo schizonic development this is known as post erythroccytic phase
[4] GAMOGONY
WHEN successful asexual multiplication is achieved the merozoites do not proceed further with the erythrocytic phase but after entering the R.B.C. increase in size to become gamocytic male microgamocytes amd female macrogamocytic the gamocytes do not divide .but remain within their host blood until they ingested by the vendor in which they continue their development 

Friday, September 16, 2011

WAY DO RACCOONS WASH THEIR FOOD?



HAVE YOU EVER WATCHED RACCOONS >if SO YOU MIGHT HAVE SEEN THEM WASH THEIR food before they eat it you might wonder way these animals are so neat and clean this unusal habit started long ago with the help of bear and fox .
To feed her hungry cubs. Bear spends hours standing in the stream that runs through the woods she is waiting for a fat fish to swim by then she plunges her head into the water and grabs the fish with her sharp teeth  often it twists and flops cnot a slippery fish
Raccoon raised his head and smiled bear could see the mask on his eyes nope I didn’t see a thing
Bear shrugged her huge shoulders her stomach as she headed back to her den on the way she met fox she asked fox
The next morning bear got up before the sun rose she hurried thourhht the dark wood to get her bag of food but it was gone again just then raccoon wandered by
BEAR FOX SAID I KNOW someone else who likes fish and berries
WHO asked bear fox nodded in the direction that raccoon had gone raccoon bear asked but he asid he didn’t tsee my fish
BEAR sighed What can I do I m busy enough  feeding my cubs I don’t want to feed raccoon too FOX smiled I have an idea  hide another fish tomorrow how can that help bear asked raccoon will just it again
Fox handed her a small  jar of red powder the label sprinkle this
MY MOUNTH raccoon yelled my month its on fire
Bear just smiled and want back to sleep she knew raccoon wouldn’t be stealing any more of her fish

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE PASSENGER TRAIN


WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE PASSENGER TRAIN?
INTRODUCTION;
AS the 1800s ended the 1900s began. More and more rairoad track were laid soon trains connected every part of our country THEY become a favorite way for people to travel by the late 1920s,20,000 passenger train carried and family  visits in many towns
How did  this happen? There is no simple answer  however we can better undertand what happened by learning more about the history of passenger trains,
RIDING THROUGH THE 1930S AND WORLD WAR II
TRAINS PLAYED A MAJOR role  during the Great Depression of the 1930s Millions of Americans were homeless and hungry  they ate spoiled food they picked  out of garbage cans they under newspapers or in cardboard boxes
HOBOSE
THE railroad companies should  have been able to build more then 4,000 new cars a year in 1946, they produced only 285 new coaches they nations passenger  trains were run-down and not getting any better
FACING NEW COMPETITION
AS the railroads went downhill the American people took to the airplanes were no longer needed to fight the wer now they carried passengers and there was more bad news for the train industry Detroit  outomobile manufacturers began producing millions of care
 FINALLY
In 1967, the united states post office decided to transport first-class mail by plane instead of train
ALL of these things helped cause the near –death of passenger trains
STEPPING IN
THE Federal govermment wanted to save passenger train service in 1970 congress set up nationl railroad passenger corporation
Passenger trains provided a way for americcans to travel long before the car and the plane-and they still play an important role especially near major cities 

THREE STRONG WOMEN


THREE STRONG WOMEN?
THERE ONCE LIVED A MIGHTY  WERSTER IN JAPAN. He was quite famous and quite pround of himself for it on this day he was on his way to the capital city to wrestle before the emperor he song to himself as he walked
They mighty wrestler continued down rthe road delighting in the sound of his vice just then he saw a girl carrying a bucket of water
The girl smiled and began to walk taking the mighty wrester with her foever -mountaiiiin tugged and pulled ;let me go ;he pleaded
Iam the famous wrestler forever-mountain I am going to see the emperor’ he was practically in tears
He had very quietly fainted ;poor,feeble man; said the mother the next day the three strong women being making ,
The emperor was most pleased he ordered all of the prize money to be handed to forever-mountain.
;but’ the emperor added ;do not wrestle anymore the other men are on match for you forver-mountain bowed agsin and promised not to wrestle anymore Everybody. Especially the other wrestlers looked relieved
;I think I am better suited to farming in the valley’ forver-mountain said
when maru-me saw him coming she ran down the mountain picked him up and carried halfway up the mountainside then she way
Forever-mountain kept his promise to the emperor and never shakes and rumbles and they say that it is forever-mountains and maru-mes grandmother wrestling in the hidden valley. 

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

INFLUENCE OF BOOKS


INFLUENCE OF BOOKS
BOOKS ARE the close friends of human being. Of a man In solitude it is faithfull companion of a man IN sorrows and disappointments they provide encouragement to us when they add more happiness to us
BOOKS have a termendous over the minds of its readers IT can change the whole course of life of a person IT provides our society the history of our fore fathers and tells us the evants and incidents of the past ;
BOOKS ARE found on various topice and subjects eg- BIOGRAPHY, Various branches of ccience, Geography , Economice History, PSYCOTOGY and so on Novels and short stories belong to the class of fiction some good novels also present a comprehensive picture of our society, manners and customs of Vaarious classes of people books of poetry are great source of delight, the poems of gay and grave have for years the to come they continue to do so far all times to come they also have ever lasting influence on the minds of the people who have the asthetic sense,
BOOKS ON HISTORY,Biography and science train us for the future judgement, they cultivate good taste in us books are the everlasting friends for a society to bring the poor out of poverty and to make sick forget their sickness books add encumbering vision upon the minds of men
Books are like terasure house A society who has a heap of books is really a wealthy society because books possess the great creasure of knowledge and wisdom,
(1)  They can mould oure  thoughts and ideas in  a particular way and can create valueable influence on us
(2)  It has a very powerful influence over the entire personaliry of human beings
(3)  By following the ideas and teachings of the books sometime an individual become world famous He might becom a great thinker Philosopher  writer social reformer, a great politic figure or even become a saint
(4)  books are indeed the firend of the frienfless and the solactitor of the sad
Hence our society is indebtad of books books have great contributions on the all aspegts of our lives the modern development progress and prosperity is ll due to the influence of books