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Inter School IT Competition , Habib School was Fixed !

Friday, November 18, 2011

Shame on Habib School,
Shame on Habib Judges !

The Habib Girls school karachi held an IT competition on 17th November 2011
many schools participated including famous ones like the Mama parsi girls school, Dawood public school, Ghulaman-e-abbas etc.

The Habib Girls school apparently had something going on as a lot of people from other schools had commended BVS school's efforts claiming them to be the best present yet they failed to win a prizein both the web and the graphic designing competition and the results were unjust and wrong.

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Habib public girls school interschool it competition

Pakistan Students Party Official Fan Page

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

The All Pakistani Students Party
We can discuss common problems of our country and education. We are basically focusing on education in Pakistan. This platform is for all the schools and other educational institutes.
We need calmness, harmony, where every pakistani can work, think and persue his interest unhindred, with full freedom. students need to be provided with all they need, protection, no coarcsion and intimidation, no fear; good and capable teachers, well equipped libraries, independent thinking. no fear, no hate, no lawlessness, then our country is great, it has great potential with no match in the whole wide world.

 Come forward as servants of Islam organize the people economically, socially, educationally and politically and I am sure that you will be a power that will be accepted by everybody.
Currently we are doing nothing just making spirit in students to love Pakistan and to make Pakistan better, as you know the shortage of food is causing widespread death, we will start collecting donations for poor people.
We all are working as Student, the only difference is there are few students that represent the party.

Click below to join our Page !

Pak vs NZ: New Zealand thrash Pakistan by 110 runs

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

PALLEKELE (Sri Lanka): Ross Taylor celebrated his 27th birthday with a career-best unbeaten 131 to help New Zealand beat Pakistan by an emphatic 110-run margin at Pallekele stadium on Tuesday.

Taylor benefitted from two let-offs by wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal to guide New Zealand to an imposing 302-7 before Tim Southee (3-25) restricted Pakistan to 192 in the World Cup Group A match at the newly-built stadium.

Pakistan lost wickets at regular intervals and suffered their second biggest World Cup defeat, leaving a packed 30,000 crowd disappointed.

Scott Styris (2-17), Nathan McCullum (2-28) and Kyle Mills (2-43) also chipped in with useful bowling to halt Pakistan's unbeaten progress in the tournament.

The win gave New Zealand -- six points from four matches -- top position in Group A on a better run-rate.

Pakistan also have six points from four matches, followed by Sri Lanka (five from four) and Australia (five from three).

Abdul Razzaq (62), Umar Akmal (38) and Umar Gul (34 not out) put up some resistance.

But it was never threatening for New Zealand who didn't miss skipper Daniel Vettori, who was forced to leave the field after injuring his knee.

Pakistan's worst World Cup defeat was by 112 runs, against England at Cape Town in 2003.

Razzaq, when he reached 22, became the fourth player behind Sanath Jayasuriya, Shahid Afridi and Jacques Kallis to score 5000 runs and take 250 wickets in ODIs.

But it was Taylor's day as he hit eight boundaries and seven sixes during his 124-ball knock, peaking in the final 10 overs in which New Zealand collected 139 runs -- 100 in last five.

Taylor could have been out for nought, had Akmal not missed a regulation edge in paceman Shoaib Akhtar's second spell.

He also dropped Taylor in the same Akhtar over when he had made just eight.

Taylor made the most of his good fortune and ran riot in the 47th over of the innings, hitting Akhtar for two boundaries and three sixes -- 28 runs in all -- to reach his first World Cup hundred off 117 deliveries.

He then hit two boundaries and three sixes to take 30 off Abdul Razzaq's 49th over.

Taylor added a blistering 85 for the seventh wicket with Jacob Oram (25 off just nine balls, with three sixes and a boundary) off just 22 balls to punish a hapless Pakistan bowling attack.

Taylor's previous best of 128 not out came against Sri Lanka at Napier in 2006.

This was his first ODI hundred since his three-figure knock in Bangladesh in October 2008.

Taylor added 57 for the third wicket with Martin Guptill (57) and 62 for the fifth wicket with Scott Styris (28).

Pakistan, who opened the bowling with left-arm spinner Abdur Rehman -- the first time they opened with a spinner since April 1998 -- got dangerous Brendon McCullum in the first over, bowled by Akhtar for six.

Gul, the pick of Pakistan bowlers with 3-32, dismissed Jamie How (four) to make it 55-2, leaving the repair work to Taylor and Guptill.

Akhtar conceded 70 in his nine overs, while Razzaq was clobbered for 49 in four.

Pakistan next face Zimbabwe here on Monday, while New Zealand travel to Mumbai to face Canada (March 13) and Sri Lanka (March 18) in their last two matches.

Pakistan wrap-up their group matches against defending champions Australia in Colombo on March 19


New Zealand: Daniel Vettori (captain), Brendon McCullum (wicketkeeper), Marton Guptill, Jamie How, Ross Taylor, James Franklin, Scott Styris, Niall McCullum, Kyle Mills, Tim Southee, Jacob Oram.

Pakistan: Shahid Afridi (captain), Mohammad Hafeez, Ahmed Shehzad, Kamran Akmal (wicketkeeper), Younis Khan, Misbah-ul-Haq, Umar Akmal, Abdul Razzaq, Abdur Rehman, Umar Gul, Shoaib Akhtar.

Umpires: Daryl Harper (Aus) and Nigel Llong (Eng)
Third Umpire: Ian Gould (NZ)
Match Referee: Chris Broad (Eng). 

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Obama considering military action against Libya News Review

Monday, March 7, 2011

President Barack Obama says the U.S. and its NATO allies are still considering a military response to violence in Libya.

Speaking at the White House, Obama says the U.S. will stand with the Libyan people as they face "unacceptable" violence. He says has authorized millions of dollars in humanitarian aid.

The president sent a strong message to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, saying he and his supporters will be held responsible for the violence there. Libyan warplanes launched multiple airstrikes Monday on opposition fighters in the second day of a harsh government crackdown to thwart rebels advancing on Gadhafi's stronghold in Tripoli.

Obama spoke on Monday alongside Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, who is in Washington for meetings.

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ISPA Conference to Include Retailer/Vendor Panel News Review

The panel takes place Friday, March 18, during the conference at Renaissance Vinoy Resort & Golf ClubOpens in a new window in St. Petersburg, Fla. Seasoned mattress manufacturers and retailers will share their ideas on how these two industry segments can communicate better.

Panelists Mike Bookbinder, senior vice president of retail development, Comfort SolutionsOpens in a new window; Barrie Brown, CEO of et Oyeblik: Retail StrategiesOpens in a new window and interim CEO of Mattresses UnlimitedOpens in a new window; Karrie Forbes, vice president of marketing, Mattress FirmOpens in a new window; and Tim Oakhill, executive vice president of marketing, Simmons Bedding Co.Opens in a new window, will share their perspectives on how retailers and manufacturers can establish more productive, collaborative relationships that can expand the mattress business for all.

"It's a no brainer that efficient and clear communication between manufacturers and retailers is critical to business success, yet we often seem at odds," said Don Hofmann , panel moderator and marketing consultant with Louisville BeddingOpens in a new window. "During this discussion, industry leaders and I plan on throwing political correctness out the window, rolling up our sleeves and digging deep into the subject of how we can communicate and work better together."

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Afridi power steers Pakistan to win against Canada

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Shahid Afridi made up for Pakistan's ragged performance with the bat by collecting his second five-wicket haul of the World Cup as the 1992 champions beat Canada by 46 runs on Thursday.

Canada looked as if they could produce the second shock of the tournament when they skittled Pakistan for 184 in just 43 overs and followed it up with some sensible batting from Zubin Surkari (27) and Jimmy Hansra to reach 104 for three.

But once leg-spinner Afridi (5-23) bowled Hansra for 43, the Canadians lost their way and were all out for 138, handing Pakistan their third successive win in Group A.

Afridi, who took five for 16 against Kenya last week, now tops the wicket-takers list with 14 scalps from three matches.

His stunning performance saved Pakistan's blushes on Thursday as the Canadians were well ahead of the required run rate and had seven wickets in hand at the start of the 34th over.

However, once Saeed Ajmal trapped Surkari lbw, the Canadian challenge quickly folded as Afridi ran riot bowling his leg-spin at a faster pace which completely bamboozled the North American batsmen.

They lost their last seven wickets for 34 runs.

Despite the win, Pakistan skipper Afridi admitted his team cannot repeat such a scrappy display with the bat if they are to win a second title.

"We did not have good shot selection and I think it's a very good wake-up call for us for the next game," said man-of-the-match Afridi.

"Myself and coach Waqar Younis will definitely talk to the boys and this will not happen again.

"We needed some partnerships and that's what we were missing and that's what the coach was saying. Partnerships are very important."


Canadian captain Ashish Bagai was left to rue a missed opportunity.

"Very, very disappointing loss for us," Bagai said.

"Fighting is one thing but getting it over that line is obviously taking it to another level.

"We had a good chance today to show to everybody what we have put in over the last two years and we fell short."

Winning the toss and taking first use of the pitch, Pakistan could not get their batting rhythm going and lost wickets at regular intervals.

They slumped to 67-4 before Misbah-ul-Haq (37) and top scorer Umar Akmal (48) posted the best partnership of the innings with 73 for the fifth wicket.

Once the stand was broken at 140, the rest of the Pakistan batting collapsed with the last five wickets tumbling for 19 runs unable to cope with the medium-pace and spin combination of Canada who had heavily lost their first two matches to Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe.

Canada lost their paceman Khurram Chohan, who failed to complete his fourth over, but he was not missed as the rest of his team mates bowled a tight line and length.

Medium-pacer Harvir Baidwan was the pick of the attack with three for 35 while Rizwan Cheema, Balaji Rao and Hansra shared six wickets among them.

But despite restricting Pakistan to such a low total in a tournament where most of the title challengers are posting 300 plus scores, the Canadians were unable to pull off the upset.

Ireland beat England in Group B on Wednesday to create the first upset of this year's event.

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World Cup 2011 | Yuvraj helps India restrict Ireland to 207

BANGALORE: Part-time spinner Yuvraj Singh bagged a maiden five-wicket haul as India dismissed Ireland for 207 in their World Cup Group B day-night match here at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on Sunday despite skipper William Porterfield's half-century.

The left-arm spinner's victims included Kevin O'Brien (nine), who hammered the fastest century in World Cup history in his team's upset victory over England, as Ireland lost their last eight wickets for 85 runs.

Yuvraj (5-31) gave the capacity crowd plenty to cheer about after left-arm paceman Zaheer Khan had rocked Ireland with two early wickets. Zaheer finished with 3-30.

Porterfield (75), dropped on nought by Yusuf Pathan in the slips off Zaheer, went on to complete an impressive half-century, his fifth in one-dayers, before being caught in the covers off Yuvraj. He hit one six and six fours.

Ireland were on course to post a challenging total following a 113-run stand for the third wicket between Porterfield and Niall O'Brien (46) before they slipped from a healthy 122-2.

They suffered a crucial blow when well-set Niall O'Brien was run out after completing 1,000 runs in one-day internationals. His brother, Kevin, failed to repeat his heroics from the last match as he offered a return catch to Yuvraj.

There was no hint of the slide when Porterfield and Niall O'Brien were steadying the innings after Zaheer's double strike.

The Irish pair never looked in trouble, comfortably gathering runs against both pace and spin. They initially relied on singles and twos before Porterfield swung leg-spinner Piyush Chawla over square-leg for a six.

Zaheer earlier struck with the fourth delivery of the match when he bowled Paul Stirling for a duck before having Ed Joyce caught behind for four.

Earlier, India captain Mahindra Singh Dhoni won the toss and put Ireland who set a modest target of 208 runs for the hosts.

India are aiming to maintain their unbeaten run at the event after beating Bangladesh and tying with England, while Ireland are seeking their second win in three matches.

India retained the team which tied the last match against England at the same ground.

Ireland made one change from the side which shocked England by three wickets at the same venue on Wednesday, bringing in Andrew White in place of Gary Wilson.

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