Dr. Arbab Khawar

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Arbab Khawar

Late Dr. Arbab Khawar

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اها وطن دوست انقلابي پارٽي پارٽي ڪٿي آهي؟
ڪٿي آهي، ان پارٽيءَ جو پرچم؟
جيڪو ڪفن بڻجي سگهي، سنڌ جي ان انقلابيءَ جو!
توڙي جو اڄ لاڙڪاڻي ۾ “ٻيڙيون ٻڌڻ وارن جي يونين” موجود ناهي پر هن جي وڇوڙي تي روهڙيءَ جي “لوڪوشيڊ” ۾ پراڻيون انجڻيون زنگيل ماٺ ۾ ماتم ڪري رهيون آهن.
آڻيو! ڪٿان ته آڻيو……!

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Sadhguru – How to Get Rid of Stress?

Sadhguru answers a question from filmmaker Shekar Kapur about stress. Sadhguru looks at how stress does not occur because of the nature of our activity or situations we are in. It is an inability to manage our inner situation.

Courtesy: Sadhguru

Stephen Hawking Gets Star Treatment in ‘Theory of Everything’


The only thing more stressful than making a film about Stephen Hawking, the most famous theoretical physicist since Albert Einstein, is watching that film while sitting next to Stephen Hawking.

“It was very, very stressful,” James Marsh, director of ‘The Theory of Everything,’ told NBC News about watching a rough cut of the film with the famous scientist. “It was a harrowing viewing, but he was very generous and gracious about it.”

The film isn’t a science film. Instead, it’s a love story about Stephen Hawking and his first wife, Jane, who met at Cambridge shortly before he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) at 21 years old.

It helped that Hawking made for an intriguing subject. He might be one of the most respected scientists alive today, but he had a wild streak back then.

“He liked to drink, he liked to have fun, he liked to carouse,” Marsh said. “He was quite idle and, in his own book, he writes about how little work he did. He was a wastrel.”

“Then the illness galvanized that brilliant mind into doing proper work, and that is the cruel irony of his condition — the illness stimulated the great work that he did, because he felt like he had so little time.”

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Stephen Hawking makes it clear: There is no God

The physicist explains that science now offers more convincing explanations for existence. He is therefore an atheist


If I were a scientist, I’d stick to the Goldman Sachs principle: bet on both sides.

“Believe in science, believe in God” seems to cover all the possibilities and gives you the best chance for a cheery afterlife.

For a time, it was thought that astrophysicist Stephen Hawking had also left a tiny gap in his credo window for a magical deity. However, he has now come out and declared that there is no God.

He gave an interview to Spain’s El Mundo in which he expressed his firm belief that el mundo was the work of scientifically explainable phenomena, not of a supreme being.

Hawking said: “Before we understand science, it is natural to believe that God created the universe. But now science offers a more convincing explanation.”

I’m not sure whether there was a specific moment in which science overtook the deistic explanation of existence. However, El Mundo pressed him on the suggestion in “A Brief History of Time” that a unifying theory of science would help mankind “know the mind of God.”

Hawking now explained: “What I meant by ‘we would know the mind of God’ is, we would know everything that God would know, if there were a God. Which there isn’t. I’m an atheist.”

He added: “Religion believes in miracles, but these aren’t compatible with science.”

Perhaps. But some look at, for example, the human eye and wonder how that exciting ball of jelly could have come about scientifically.

Hawking’s been tending toward such an absolute pronouncement for a while. In a speech last year, he offered an explanation of how the world came to being without God. He mused: “What was God doing before the divine creation? Was he preparing hell for people who asked such questions?”

Read more ⇒cnet.com

Noor Inayat Khan: The Muslim WWII heroine who helped Jews

By Tanveer Khadim

Noorunnisa Inayat Khan, also known as Madeleine or Nora Baker, a Muslim woman who is known for her valour and fearlessness during the World War II, was introduced to the world in the recent docudrama, Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story, played by an Indian-American actress, Grace Srinivasan.

It is based on the chronicles of Khan as a British secret spy in Nazi occupied Paris, France. The year 2014 has been chosen for the release because it marks Khan’s 100th birthday and 70th anniversary of the D-Day.

Read more ⇒ The Express Tribune

She was a descendant of Tipu Sultan? No wonder then, she lived and died like a lion(ness)!

Tipu Sultan was the most brave and enlightened ruler of Mysore, India, a gifted warrior with great military skills.