Saturday, 9 August 2014

Professor Allama Dr. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri (Sheikh-ul-Islam) Founder of Minhaj-ul-Quran International Incumbent
Professor Allama Dr. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri  born in 19 February 1951 is a Pakistani politician, former law professor and Islamic scholar of Sufism. He was a former professor of international constitutional law at the University of the Punjab. He is also the founding chairman of Minhaj-ul-Quran International. He is considered as the best Muslim speaker of today's world. He has written more than 63 books on Islam & spiritualism. He learned from a number of classical authorities in Islamic sciences, including Abu al-Barakat Ahmad al-Qadri al-Alwari.

He studied law at the University of the Punjab in Lahore, where he graduated with an LLB in 1974, gaining a Gold Medal for his academic performances. Following a period of legal practice as an advocate, he taught law at the University of the Punjab from 1978 to 1983 and then gained his PhD in Islamic Law (Punishments in Islam, their Classification and Philosophy) in 1986 from the same university. His supervisors were Bashir Ahmad Siddiqui. He was appointed as a professor of law at the University of Punjab, where he taught British, US and Islamic constitutional law.

He founded an organisation Minhaj-ul-Quran International, in October 1981 and has subsequently expanded it nationally and internationally. In 1987, the headquarters of Minhaj-ul-Quran, based in Lahore, Pakistan, was inaugurated by the Sufi saint Tahir Allauddin, who is regarded as the organisation's spiritual founder; whilst critics claim that the said Sufi was in fact brought to Pakistan from Iraq under a ploy by Tahir-ul-Qadri and exploited for his own ambitions.

The organisation claims to promote religious moderation, effective and sound education, inter-faith dialogue and harmony, and a moderate interpretation of Islam supposedly employing methods of Sufism. Over the past thirty years, the organisation has reportedly expanded to over ninety countries. During its March 2011 session, the United Nations Economic and Social Council granted special consultative status to Minhaj-ul-Quran International, he also founded the Minhaj University in Lahore, of which he heads the Board of Governors, as well as an international relief charity, Minhaj Welfare Foundation.

Sunday, 29 June 2014

Labour make a plans to decrease the tax burden on business and industry
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Labor will today make a attempt to switch attention from Ed Miliband’s leadership as it make plans to decrease the tax burden on business and industry.

Ed Balls (Shadow Chancellor) will detail moves to tackle the 'cost-of-living crisis' in a fresh attempt to move the spotlight from the party’s internal conflicts. His appearance will be one in a series of announcements fleshing out Labor’s economic plans. Mr Miliband faced pressure after Jon Cruddas, the party’s policy chief, hit out at the leadership for delaying bold reforms in favor of 'cynical nuggets of policy' designed to appeal to the press and focus groups.

A recording of a speech he recently delivered at a private meeting revealed he warned the top of the party wields a 'profound dead hand at the center' which blocks reforming initiatives. It also captured Mr. Cruddas attacking recently-announced Labor plans to cut Jobseeker's Allowance for 18 to 21 years old as punitive.

Mr. Balls said: 'Jon Cruddas, with me and Ed and others, has been working for months, years, on big reforms. They are going to come out in the next few months, people will see the policy review he has led has been a big deal'.

Tory chairman Grant Shapps said: “These comments prove that Ed Miliband is a weak leader of a divided party. He is just not up to it. Labor are not serious about fixing the welfare system."

“Even Ed Miliband's own policy chief attacks Labor as having 'no interesting ideas'. It shows Ed Miliband has no plan to secure our country's future.”

Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Apple - iPhone 5c
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Every feature we add to iPhone must answer yes to one question: Will it make the experience better?
So the colors of iPhone 5c received the same intense consideration we apply to everything we make. We even designed the Home screen and wallpaper colors to complement the exterior. As a result, using iPhone is that much more engaging and delightful.

With an all-new design, this is iPhone as you’ve never seen it or held it. iPhone 5c is beautifully, unapologetically plastic, the better to bring its five decidedly uncommon colors to life. Beneath the smooth surface of the seamless outer shell, a steel-reinforced frame provides structural integrity. So iPhone 5c feels reassuringly solid in your hand.

Oh, how quickly things change. Add one of the six Apple‑designed cases to your iPhone 5c and it instantly goes from colorfully cool to impossible to ignore. The case design allows the color underneath to show through, creating 30 fun possibilities. So the iPhone 5c Case does more than just protect your phone  it helps it stand out. And it helps you make it yours.

Launch your favorite apps. Load your favorite blog. Download and watch the jaw-dropping video that just showed up in your inbox. Power through games with console-level graphics. Do all the things you love doing on iPhone at the speeds you have come to expect.

Long battery life.
The A6 chip is designed to be extremely energy efficient, so you can spend your day taking advantage of all the features and apps on your iPhone. Without worrying about battery life.

iPhone 5c has up to 13 LTE bands. That’s more than any other single model of smartphone. Which means even more iPhone users can experience fast download and upload speeds in more places around the world. Meanwhile, the number of LTE carriers supported by iPhone worldwide continues to grow. So when you’re traveling, you can take advantage of ultrafast LTE networks in more places.

The 8MP iSight camera delivers startlingly sharp photo quality thanks to features like a sophisticated five‑element lens. And panorama, which lets you get stunning high‑resolution shots of things like packed soccer stadiums. The San Francisco waterfront. Or the high school marching band your friend hired to play “Happy Birthday” outside your window.

New Camera app.
iPhone 5c also comes with a new Camera app that raises your photography game. Now you can shoot images in a square format. And choose from eight live filters that can be applied before or after you take your photo. Use the Instant filter to give a group shot at the beach a vintage color look. Make a sunset even more vivid with the Chrome filter. Or choose Noir to capture a self-portrait in dramatic black and white.

HD Video.
Now when you record video in 1080p HD, the new 3x zoom feature lets you get in tighter on your subject. Video image stabilization helps smooth out shaky footage from your high‑adrenaline moments. (Running of the Bulls, anyone?) Face detection for up to 10 faces makes sure nobody gets lost in the crowd. And the ability to take still photos while recording video comes in handy when you want to tell that story within a story.

New FaceTime HD Camera.
iPhone 5c comes with a new FaceTime HD camera. Larger pixels and an improved backside illumination sensor give it increased sensitivity in low light  great for, say, letting your friend back on the East Coast experience a West Coast sunset with you. You can also make audio only Face Time calls with clearer sound than even wideband audio.

Cleaner, simpler icons. An interface that feels fluid and alive. And new features that make the most of the technology inside. The world’s most advanced mobile OS is the perfect companion to the most colorful iPhone yet.

Schedule a meeting. Listen to your chillout playlist during your commute. Even remind yourself to check the forecast before your flight to Miami. Whatever you need  or want  to do, iPhone 5c comes equipped with apps to make it happen.

Have more fun with iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand. Be more productive with Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. Explore your favorite genres with Podcasts and iBooks. Do even more with iPhone 5c, one free download at a time.

Do everything you can think of  and discover things you never thought of  with apps from the App Store. There are over 900,000 to choose from.5 Many of them are free, and each one has been reviewed by a member of the App Store team. So you can be sure everything will work as described. Simply sign in to the App Store with your Apple ID, browse dozens of categories, and download away.

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Sunday, 6 April 2014

Nigeria overtake as a Africa's Biggest Economy
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Lagos (AFP) - Nigeria, Africa's most populous country and largest oil producer, is set to emerge as the continent's biggest economy on Sunday when the results of an overdue rebasing of its gross domestic product are announced.

Although United Nations statisticians recommend that countries rebase their GDP calculations every five years to reflect changes in the structure of production and consumption, Nigeria last carried out the exercise in 1990.

So the new figures expected to be unveiled by Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iwela and top government statisticians from 2:00 pm (1300 GMT) are expected to place Nigeria ahead of continental powerhouse South Africa as new and fast-developing sectors such as telecoms, music and local film industry, Nollywood, are considered in the GDP rebasing.

Following the adjustment, Nigeria's economy is expected to increase by as much as 60 percent, taking it from $264 billion past South Africa's $384 billion.

Nigeria, with 170 million people is about three times the size of South Africa, but its economy is the second-largest on the continent, after South Africa.

Africa's leading crude producer has enjoyed high rates of growth, notwithstanding widespread corruption, poor governance, rampant oil theft and a raging Islamist insurgency in the north.

The annual growth rate averaged 6.8 percent from 2005 to 2013 and the economy is projected to grow this year at a rate of 7.4 percent, according to the International Monetary Fund.

That compares to a little over five percent between 2005 and 2008-9 in South Africa, which has struggled to go beyond 3.5 percent since.

Analysts say while at this stage we can only speculate how big the impact of the rebasing will be, the actual size of the adjustment is probably of less significance than the psychological effect this will have on perceptions about Africa.

It would be interesting to see how international relations will be affected when South Africa is no longer the largest African economy. South Africa is, for example, the only African country represented in the G20.

For Nigeria, the rebasing will probably not mean a significant change, but it will improve the country's balance sheet and its credit rating. This should lead to lower borrowing costs for the government, which is ultimately beneficial for the country's citizens.

It will also shore up Nigeria's image and make it interesting as an investment destination for foreigners, a status hitherto enjoyed by South Africa.

But analysts cautioned against viewing the new figures as a sign of development, noting that South Africa is still way ahead in terms of GDP per capita, infrastructure and governance.

Nigeria still faces an immense challenge in terms of infrastructure deficits. Slow ports, bad roads and a lack of electricity are some of the major factors hampering business activity.

Despite its vast oil wealth, the last available World Bank figures from 2010 indicated that a staggering 84.5 percent of Nigeria's 170 million people lived on less than $2 a day.

"For the average person on the street, it (rebasing) really does not have any meaning," Pat Utomi, professor of political economy at the Lagos Business School, told AFP.

"To a very large extent, Nigeria remains a poor country with very serious infrastructural challenges," he said.

Utomi advised policymakers to take advantage of the rebasing to improve the living conditions of the people.

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Fit Mom Come Face-to-Face
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Every now and then a story hits home for me. This particular " Nightline" assignment did just that. The woman who has gained notoriety in some quarters as the my-abs-are-better-than-yours " Fit Mom" flew from her home in Sacramento to Kansas City, Mo., to meet some of her adversaries. They're blogging that her "No Excuse" health approach is a form of fat shaming. And is insensitive.

Insensitive or not, "Fit Mom" has sparked a movement of 17,000 "No Excuse" women all saying health is a priority. This is a real-life mommy war. And I didn't want to miss it.

Before I proceed, I must divulge that I've just returned from maternity leave. A few days ago, in fact. This was my first assignment back. Am I sleep deprived? Uh, yeah. Do I enjoy lugging around my breast pump? I'll give you a hint: NO. Am I fitting into my skinny jeans, yet? Rrrright. I'm still wearing my maternity pants. And, they're comfortable. After all, God created elastic on the 8th day (and bacon on the 9th).

Back to the assignment. My biggest challenge was getting there because I brought my 2-month-old baby, Landon. Car seat? Check. Stroller? Yep. Suitcase, diaper bag? Got it.

Oops. Can't forget the baby. Don't judge. He's my third. It's about survival of the fittest, now.

I wasn't sure what to expect from these moms. A catfight? Maybe a truce? A pen-pal arrangement? Could have all been possible. We arrived in Kansas City on Tuesday night, gathered at one of the mom's homes and these women are ready to go.. I basically moderated what turned out to be a glorious conversation: "You're still not getting it" and "They've messed with the wrong mom," they said at the kitchen table, which was our version of a round-table debate.

Over the course of the next 24 hours, we had honest conversations. Was "Fit Mom" resented by the others? Were the other moms, who preach tolerance, being intolerant of "Fit Mom"?

In between all of this: diaper changes, screaming kids, a stray dog pick-up and planking. I'm not kidding.
Life isn't dull with these moms. In fact, life isn't dull as a parent, PERIOD.

I don't want to give away all the details of this story. So, have fun watching.

Plus, I've got to go. Time to blow dry my hair. And, feed my baby. Simultaneously.

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Sunday, 9 March 2014

Oil Rises $1 Per Barrel

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U.S. oil rose more than $1 a barrel on Friday as Western relations with Russia worsened over the crisis in the Ukraine and U.S. job growth accelerated by more than expected in an upbeat sign for oil demand.

U.S. non-farm payrolls rose by 175,000 in February, more than the 149,000 that was anticipated and more than in January and December, data from the U.S. Labor Department showed.

Russia said any U.S. sanctions imposed against Moscow over the crisis in Ukraine would boomerang back on the United States, raising the financial stakes as the military standoff intensified.

In the second tense, high-level exchange between the former Cold War foes in 24 hours, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in a telephone conversation against "hasty and reckless steps" that could harm Russian-American relations, the foreign ministry said.

U.S. crude rose to an intra-day high of $102.91 a barrel before settling at $102.58 with a $1.02 gain on the day. Global benchmark Brent rose 90 cents to settle at $109.00 a barrel.

In spite of Friday's price gains, U.S. oil ended lower for the first time in eight weeks. Brent ended lower for the second straight week.

Gains were capped by news that China recorded its first domestic bond default, increasing worries that the world's second-largest economy is slowing faster than expected.

"The stronger jobs numbers showed stronger demand," said Phil Flynn of Price Futures Group in Chicago. "But the reason we're not up dramatically on the Ukraine news is there are real concerns about China."

The strength in crude oil lifted the products markets. New York ultra-low sulfur diesel, or heating fuel, settled nearly 3 cents higher at $3.0121 per gallon, and U.S. gasoline RBOB also ended nearly 3 cents higher at $2.9738 per gallon.

Oil prices had jumped on Monday after military intervention by Russia, one of the world's top oil exporters, on the Crimean peninsula. But both Brent and U.S. oil gave back gains over the week.

Concerns increased again after Crimea's Moscow-backed parliament voted to allow the southern Ukrainian region to become part of Russia on Thursday and scheduled a referendum on the split for March 16.

Analysts said many traders held long positions in anticipation that Ukraine crisis would intensify.

Money managers held the largest net long position in U.S. crude oil futures and options in the week to March 4 since June 2006, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission data showed on Friday.

"It is definitely a good idea to have some length ahead of a weekend's worth of rhetoric about Ukraine," said John Kilduff, partner at Again Capital LLC in New York. "Any deterioration in the prospect for a reasonable outcome gets rapidly priced into the market."

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Sunday, 26 January 2014

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The Nokia Lumia 1520 comes with all the exclusive features of Windows Phone 8, like Live Tiles and People Hub. And they're all optimised for the big screen, making your Windows Phone 8 experience even better.

The Nokia Lumia 1520 is a powerhouse of productivity. Built-in Microsoft Office means you can view and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files without losing any original formatting. Save documents to SkyDrive and return to them whenever it suits you. With a six-inch, super-sensitive, full HD display and great readability in sunlight, the Nokia Lumia 1520 is the perfect canvas to tell your story on.  Take amazing photos with a 20MP PureView camera and let Nokia Storyteller organize them into stories using interactive HERE maps. Tell a different story by reframing and recropping high-resolution photos. Add captions and explore a whole range of creative effects and filters with exclusive photo editing tools. Capture a world of sound like never before with the Nokia Lumia 1520. With Nokia Rich Recording and 4 built-in microphones, you not only get distortion-free, immersive directional stereo recording, but also highly improved sound clarity for the sound you want to capture.

The Nokia Lumia 1520 is a formidable business smartphone with built-in Microsoft Office, respected business applications like Microsoft Exchange, Office 365 and Lync, as well as enterprise-level security to give you peace of mind.

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