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By. Abdul Salam Khan, Baloch.

M.A (Political Science) M.A (International Relations) DE-Psych (AKUH)
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Q-1- Precise the following Imagine Tale and Choose a Suitable Title
Intelligence Report form

The last weekend the essences of Plato and Socrates meet up close to the Red Indian Sea. The Chit Chat happens thereat is confined and socialized for rapid reflection by the owners of Global Village:-

“Socrates says in perplexed sense that Sir I had a moment ago an Arial view of the planet, where we left our gadgets and reminiscences, the arena we warded off is in grand and speedy evolution?

“Plato residues stilled for few seconds and fixes eyes at Socrates with a charmful smirk and replies. Even if your observation is reliable but whether you think or compare innovations made out by us with these. Do you count up the invention of atomic theory of John Dalton? The design of Machine Gun by Richard Gatling? The invention of strategic Tank by Sir, Swinton Ernest? Don’t you amount the Important hostilities from Hundred Years War (1331-1453) to World War II (1939-1945) yet I do own up the series of valid discoveries are more in number as of above, but progressive inventions can easily be rubbed out even by one of pessimistic discoveries as cited above. So dear what the visions we left still amounts great credit as of you that made you seem perplexed.

“Socrates soul’s senses get revitalized and both take off towards their celestial rest as a vintage forever and interminable”

Obsessive-compulsive disorder
A type of anxiety disorder (commonly referred to as OCD) characterized by recurrent, persistent, unwanted, and unpleasant thoughts (obsessions) or repetitive, purposeful ritualistic behaviors that the person feels driven to perform activities (compulsions). A cardinal feature of this disorder is an awareness of the irrationality or excess of the obsessions and compulsions accompanied by an inability to control them.
A severe mental disorder, with or without organic damage, characterized by derangement of personality and loss of contact with reality and causing deterioration of normal social functioning.
Our body facts, Amazing!
Abdul Salam Khan(PSP)
1. 50,000 of the cells in your body will die and be replaced with: new cells, all while you have been reading this sentence!
2. In one hour, your heart works hard enough to produce the equivalent energy to raise almost 1 ton of weight 1 yard off: the ground.
3. Scientists have counted over 500 different liver functions.
4. In 1 square inch of skin there lie 4 yards of nerve fibers, 1300 nerve cells, 100 sweat glands, 3 million cells, and 3 yards of blood vessels.
5. The structural plan of a whale's, a dog's, a bird's and a man's 'arm' is exactly the same.
There are 45 miles of nerves in the skin of a human being.
6. In a year, a person's heart beats 40,000,000 times.
7. Most people blink about 25 times a minute.
8. Each square inch of human skin consists of twenty feet of: blood vessels. Nerve impulses to and from the brain travel as fast as 170: miles per hour.
9. Your stomach has to produce a new layer of mucus every two weeks otherwise it will digest itself.
10. Your left lung is smaller than your right lung to make room for: your heart.
You use an average of 43 muscles for a frown. You use an average of 17 muscles for a smile.
11. The average human blinks his eyes 6,205,000 times each year.
12. The average human produces a quart of saliva a day or 10,000 gallons in a lifetime.
Every person has a unique tongue print.
13. The average human's heart will beat 3,000 million times in their lifetime. The average human will pump 48 million gallons of blood in: their lifetime. : You burn 26 calories in a one-minute kiss.
14. The average human body contains enough: Sulphur to kill all fleas on an average dog, Carbon to make 900 pencils, Potassium to Fire: a toy cannon, Fat to make 7 bars of soap, Phosphorus to Make: 2,200 match heads, and enough Water to fill a ten-gallon tank.
: Among the first known "dentists" of the world were the Etruscans. : In 700 BC they carved false teeth from the teeth of various: Mammals: and produced partial bridgework good enough to eat with.
15. Ophthalmic surgery was one of the most advanced areas of medicine in the ancient world. Detailed descriptions of delicate cataract surgery with sophisticated needle syringes is contained in the medical writings of Celsius ( A.D.14-37)
A sneeze zooms out of your mouth at over 100 m.p.h.
16. If you were freeze-dried, 10% of your body weight would be from: the microorganisms on your body. According to the World Health Organization, there are: approximately 100 million acts of sexual intercourse each day.
17. Your ears and nose continue to grow throughout your entire life. :
When you eat meat and drink milk in the same meal, your body does not absorb any of the milk's calcium. It is best to have 2 hours between the milk and meat intake.
Only humans and horses have hymens.
18. The tooth is the only part of the human body that can't repair itself.
Every human spent about half an hour as a single cell.
19. One human brain generates more electrical impulses in a single day than all of the world's telephones put together. THE TYANA TABLOID: 2 APRIL 2000
we have a whole pharmacy within us. We can create any drug inside us.
20. Our bodies are recreating themselves constantly - we, make a skeleton every 3 months, new skin every month. We are capable of reversing the Aging Process!!
Ablation – A procedure in which extreme heat or extreme cold is used to deaden an area of tissue in the heart that is causing an abnormal rhythm.

ACE Inhibitors – Medications that allow blood to flow more easily, making the heart’s work easier or more efficient.

Anticoagulants – Drugs that thin the blood to reduce the risk of clotting.

Arrhythmia – An irregular or abnormal heartbeat.

Atria – The two upper chambers of the heart that receive and hold blood from the veins before passing it to the ventricles. (plural of atrium)

Atrial Fibrillation (also called AF or A fib) – A rapid (350 to 600 beats per minute), irregular heart rate that makes the pumping action of the upper chambers of the heart ineffective and causes blood to "pool" instead of passing to the lower chambers. Atrial fibrillation is one of the most common arrhythmias.

Atrial Flutter – A rapid (240 to 350 beats per minute) abnormal rhythm caused by electrical impulses that circle the upper chambers of the heart instead of moving to the ventricles (see Reentry).

Atrioventricular Node (AV Node) – A group of specialized cells that receive impulses from the upper chambers of the heart and passes them to the lower chambers, causing them to contract. The AV node is also like a gate, preventing the lower chambers from beating too fast when there’s an abnormal rhythm in the upper chambers of the heart, such as atrial fibrillation (AF) and atrial flutter.

Blood Pressure – The pressure of the blood on the walls of the arteries. The highest amount of pressure occurs as the lower chambers of the heart pump the blood out to the body (systolic pressure). The lowest amount of pressure occurs as the lower chambers are filling (diastolic pressure). Mean blood pressure is the average of these two pressures. Basic blood pressure is the pressure during rest.

Bradycardia – Heart rate less than 60 beats per minute.

Cardiac Catheterization – A procedure in which a flexible, narrow tube (called a catheter) is inserted through a vein or artery into the heart. This is done to withdraw samples of blood, measure pressures within the heart chambers or vessels, and/or inject dye that will show up on an x-ray, demonstrating how the heart is working.

Cardiac Mapping – Pinpointing electrical activity in the heart.

Cardioversion – Changing an abnormal heartbeat back to a normal heartbeat using medication or electricity.

Chronic Atrial Fibrillation – Atrial fibrillation (AF) in which intervention (if successful at all) only restores normal heart rhythm for a brief time.

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) – Failure of the lower chambers of the heart to pump an adequate amount of blood to meet the demands of the body. This results in a "bottleneck" (or congestion) in the lungs, which leads to shortness of breath when lying down or with mild activity, and swelling in lower portions of the body.

Coronary Artery Disease – A condition in which fat (or plaque) lines the wall of a coronary artery and obstructs blood flow. This may cause angina or a heart attack

Defibrillation – Using electricity to stop a dangerously fast abnormal heart rhythm in the lower chambers of the heart. This can be done externally with paddles on the outside of the chest, or internally during open-heart surgery or by using an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD).

Digitalis – A drug that helps to control fast, irregular heartbeats by slowing down the movement of electrical impulses in the heart.

Diuretics – Drugs that help rid the body of excess fluids. Diuretics are often used to treat high blood pressure and congestive heart failure.

Echocardiogram – A procedure in which sound waves are bounced off the walls of the lower chambers of the heart while it is beating, allowing the heart’s movements to be seen and measured.

Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) – A graph that shows how fast and how regularly the heart is beating.

Electrophysiology – A procedure in which sensing tips are put inside the heart in various places. Electrophysiology studies are used for diagnosing illnesses and evaluating treatments.

Fibrillation – Extremely rapid heartbeats (350 to 600 beats per minute) that occur in the upper chambers or the lower chambers of the heart.

Flutter – Rapid but regular contractions of heart (240 to 300 beats per minute) that occur in the upper chambers or the lower chambers of the heart.

Holter Monitor – A portable electrocardiograph (EKG or ECG) worn by the patient. A Holter monitor tracks the heart over 24 hours, and is useful in detecting periodic abnormalities.

Hypertension – High blood pressure, usually ranging from 140/90 to 200/110.

Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD) – An electronic device implanted in the body that recognizes dangerous fast rhythms in the lower chambers of the heart and delivers a jolt of electricity to shock the heart back into normal rhythm. Most ICDs also include a pacemaker as a backup, which also helps the heart when it is experiencing both fast and slow rhythms.

Ischemia – A condition in which there is decreased blood flow to the tissue, resulting in tissue damage.

Lead – An electrical wire with an electrode (or sensing unit) on one end and a connector on the other. The lead connects a pacemaker or ICD to the heart. It carries electrical signals from pacemaker or ICD to the heart and brings messages back from the heart to the device about its activity. A single-chamber pacemaker or ICD uses one lead, while a dual-chamber device usually requires two.

Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD) – A mechanical pump that assists the heart’s left lower chamber (ventricle) in pumping blood to all parts of the body except the lungs. An LVAD may be used as a bridge to a heart transplant.

Pacemaker – A device that helps to speed up a heart rate that is too slow. A pacemaker has one or more leads that connects it to the heart. It consists of a battery and electronics, and it is normally implanted in the chest. External pacemakers are temporary devices which are intended to provide short-term, back-up pacing.

Palpitations - An unusually forceful or strong heartbeat (may be fast or irregular). Palpitations may occur in response to emotional or stressful events, in response to medication, or as a result of many heart disorders.

Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation – An intermittent form of fibrillation in the upper chambers of the heart (atria). It is characterized by sudden starting or sudden stopping.

Persistent Atrial Fibrillation – Fibrillation in which the patient has symptoms and for which treatment is required to restore normal heart rhythm.

Reentry – Electrical impulses that circle the upper chambers of the heart instead of moving to the ventricles (similar to a dog chasing its tail).

Senatorial Node – A group of specialized cells that form the heart’s natural pacemaker.

Stroke – Damage to the brain caused by rupture or blockage of an artery in the brain.

Tachycardia – Fast heart rate (greater than 100 beats per minute).

Valve – A fold of membrane tissue in the heart that prevents blood from washing back into a chamber of the heart once it has been expelled.

Ventricles – The two bottom chambers (and actually the main pumping chambers) of the heart that receive blood from the upper chambers and pump it to the lungs and body.

Ventricular Fibrillation – Rapid heartbeats (350 to 600 beats per minute) that prevent normal pumping of the heart and cause death unless stopped quickly.
Interesting facts about your brain and intelligence
Abdul Salam Khan(PSP)

Your brain has about 100 billion neurons. A typical brain cell has from 1,000 to 10,000 connections to other brain cells.

Studies have shown that children who are breast fed display IQ's up to 10 points higher by the age of three.

Your brain is full of nerve cells, but it has no pain receptors. Doctors can operate on your brain while you're awake and you won't feel a thing.

The right side of your brain controls the left side of your body, and the left side of your brain controls the right side of your body.

Your brain weight accounts for about 2 percent of your body weight. But your brain uses 20 percent of your body's oxygen supply and 20 to 30 percent of your body's energy.

When you are born, your brain weighs about a pound. But by age 6, it weighs three pounds. What happens? Learning to stand, talk, and walk creates a web of connections in your head—two pounds worth!

People with lower IQ are at greater risk of being concussed. A Danish study looked at 520 men who had sustained concussion after having their IQs tested by the national draft board. 30.4 percent of the concussed men had had dysfunctional scores. Experts decided lower IQ is a risk factor.

BY Abdul Salam Khan (PSP)

1. AL = Arab League
2. APEC = Asia – Pacific Economic Cooperation
3. AsDB = Asian Development Bank
4. ASEAN = Associate of Southeast Asian Nations
5. CW = Common Wealth
6. CE = Council of Europe
7. CIS = Common Wealth of Independent States
8. CY = Calendar Year
9. DC = Developed Country
10. EC = European Community
11. ECA = Economic Commission for Africa
12. ECE = Economic Commission for Europe
13. ECO = Economic Corporation Organization
14. EU = European Union
15. FAO = Food and Agriculture Organization
16. FAX = Facsimile
17. f.o.b = Free on board
18. FY = Fiscal Year
19. FZ = Franc Zone
20. GATT = General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade now WtrO
21. GCC = Gulf Cooperation Council
22. GDP = Gross Domestic Product
23. GNP = Gross National Product
24. GRT = Gross Register Ton
25. GWP = Gross World Product
26. HF = High-Frequency
27. ICC = International Chamber of Commerce
28. IDB = Islamic Development Bank
29. IEA = International Energy Agency
30. IMF = International Monetary Fund
31. IOC = International Olympic Committee
32. KHz = Kilohertz
33. Km = Kilometer
34. KW = Kilowatt
35. KWh = Kilowatt hour
36. m = Meter
37. MHz = Megahertz
38. NA = Not Available
39. NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization
40. NEA = Nuclear Energy Agency
41. NM = Nautical Mile
42. NZ = New Zealand
43. OAPEC = Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries
44. OECD = Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
45. OIC = Organization of the Islamic Conference
46. PFP = Partnership for Peace
47. RG = Rio Group
48. SAARC = South Asia Association for Regional Cooperation
49. SHF = Supper-high-frequency
50. SPC = South Pacific Commission
51. SPF = South Pacific Forum
52. Sqkm = Square Kilometre
53. Sqm = Square mile
54. TAT = Trans-Atlantic Telephone
55. UAE = United Arab Emirates
56. UHF = Ultra High Frequency
57. UK = United Kingdom
58. UN = United Nations
59. UNESCO = United Nations Educational, Scientific and Culture Organization
60. UNICEF = United Nations Children’s Fund
61. UNIDO = United Nations Industrial Development Organization
62. UNU = United Nations University
63. UPU = Universal Postal Union
64. US = United States
65. USSR = Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (Soviet Union).
66. USSR/EE = Union of Soviet Socialist Republic / Eastern Europe
67. VHF = Very High Frequency
68. VSAT = Very small aperture terminal
69. WCL = World Confederation of Labor
70. WEU = Western European Union
71. WFC = World Food Council
72. WFP = World Food Program
73. WFTU = World Federation of Trade Union
74. WHO = World Health Organization
75. WTO = World Trade Organization
76. WPC = World Peace Council
77. WWF = World Wild Life Fund
78. ZC = Zakat Council
79. AJK = Azad Jammu and Kashmir
80. ANF = Anti-Narcotics Force
81. BEL = Banker Equity Limited
82. CAA = Civil Aviation Authority
83. CBR = Central Board of Revenue
84. CEO = Chief Executive Officer
85. CJ = Chief Justice
86. CID = Criminal Investigation Department
87. DFS = Duty free Shop
88. DMI = Dar-ul-Mal-al-Islami
89. DPR = Director of Public Relation
90. ECL = Exit Control List
91. FC = Federal Council
92. F.O.R = Free on Rail
93. GEMS = Global Environment Monitoring System
94. GST = General sales Tax
95. HBFC = House building Finance Corporation
96. HC = High Court, High Commission
97. HE = His/Her Excellency
98. HTV = Heavy Transport Vehicle
99. ICU = Intensive Care unit
100. ID = Intelligence Department

Interested Facts

BY Abdul Salam Khan (PSP)
If you are right handed, you will tend to chew your food on your right side. If you are left handed, you will tend to chew your food on your left side
If you stop getting thirsty, you need to drink more water. For when a human body is dehydrated, its thirst mechanism shuts off.
Chewing gum while peeling onions will keep you from crying.
Your tongue is germ free only if it is pink. If it is white there is a thin film of bacteria on it.
The Mercedes-Benz motto is 'Das Beste oder Nichts' meaning 'the best or nothing'.
The Titanic was the first ship to use the SOS signal.
The pupil of the eye expands as much as 45 percent when a person looks at something pleasing.
The average person who stops smoking requires one hour less sleep a night.
Laughing lowers levels of stress hormones and strengthens the immune system. Six-year-olds laugh an average of 300 times a day. Adults only laugh 15 to 100 times a day.
The roar that we hear when we place a seashell next to our ear is not the ocean, but rather the sound of blood surging through the veins in the ear.
Dalmatians are born without spots.
Bats always turn left when exiting a cave.
The 'v' in the name of a court case does not stand for 'versus', but for 'and' (in civil proceedings) or 'against' (in criminal proceedings)
Men's shirts have the buttons on the right, but women's shirts have the buttons on the left
The owl is the only bird to drop its upper eyelid to wink. All other birds raise their lower eyelids
The reason honey is so easy to digest is that it's already been digested by a bee
Roosters cannot crow if they cannot extend their necks
The color blue has a calming effect. It causes the brain to release calming hormones
Every time you sneeze some of your brain cells die
Your left lung is smaller than your right lung to make room for your heart
The verb "cleave" is the only English word with two synonyms which are antonyms of each other: adhere and separate
When you blush, the lining of your stomach also turns red
When hippos are upset, their sweat turns red

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1. Family Sites:

2. Foot Site:

3. Gaming Sites:

4. Dot Gov Sites:

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The ministry of Finance:

Pakistan post:

Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation:

National Database And Registration Authority:

Pakistan Railways:

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA):

Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan:

Small and Medium Enterprise Development Authority:

Civil Aviation Authority (CAA):

The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce Commission:

The Government of Pakistan Privatization Commission:

Punjab Government Online:

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Pakistan State Oil Company Limited (PSO):

National Savings:

Pakistan Navy (PN):

Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB):

State Bank of Pakistan:

The National Fund For Cultural Heritage:

The Export Promotion Bureau (EPB):

Pakistan Telecommunication Limited (PTCL):

5. Greeting Cards:

6. Jobs and Career:

7. ISP and Web Company:

8. Portals and Directories:

9. Fetch Pakistan:

10. Universities and Educational Institutes:

Lahore University of Management Science (LUMS)

FAST National University of Emerging Science:

National University of Science and Technology (NUST):

Aga Khan University:

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University of Engineering And Technology, Lahore (UET)

University of Karachi (KU)

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Asian Pacific Institute of Information Technology (APIIT):



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Jinnah Medical and Dental College (JMC):

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KN Academy:

Lexicol Institute:

Margallah Institute of Health Sciences:


New Horizon:

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The Interview:


I enter with a smile on my face. Loudly, I say, "Assalam-o-Alaikum" to the panel. They smile back at me while responding. The chairman offers me a seat. I unbutton my jacket, put my file in front of me on the table and sit down--relaxed, calm, composed and confident.

Chairman: - Well Come Mr.………..How r u Mr. Naveed.
Naveed: - Me: I am fine, Sir! Alhamdolillah. (Rotating my glare to all of them) and how are all of you ladies and gentlemen this fine morning?

Chairman: - Chairman: Young man! Have you consciously matched the color of your tie with your eyes?
Naveed: - Me: No Sir! It's quite unintentional. I'm surprised that you observed it.

Chairman: -Mr. Naveed! I would like you to introduce yourself in detail to the panel starting from the very beginning, your hobbies, your educational career, your family and anything else you would like us to know?

Naveed: - Name, Father Name, Local and District, Education, Distinction if any.

Chairman: - How would define your most recent evaluation?
Naveed: - Answers as deems appropriate what special he had done.

Member 1: - Mr. Do you have noteworthy outside interests?
Naveed: - Studying and exploring the arena of IT, and others if any!

Member 1: - What do you stay professionally current?
Naveed: - Sir I am serving as Superintendent (on acting Charge) in Home & Tribal Affairs Department, Balochistan.

Member 2: - Mr. What can you offer us?
Naveed: - I would be pleased to offer you all with advanced knowledge, Commitment, Devotion and all other things that an erudite and civilized one could offer. Are you satisfied with my proffer Sir?

Member 1: - Why should we consider you rather than other candidate?
Naveed: - Good question sir! The accurate reply of this question does rest at your disposal because you are here evaluate and weigh up the justified candidate who is most suitable for this position and what I depicted about my scholastic accomplishments are enough to say that I would be the suitable one to meet your standard for subject position.

Chairman: - Ok let’s come towards something strange, May you name the Provincial Minister for Education Department, Balochistan.
Naveed: - Moulana Abdul Wahid Sidiqui.

Member 1: - Who is the Secretary Education to Government of Balochistan, Education Department.
Naveed: - Mr. Muhammad Ayub Khan.

Member 2: - Do you agree that getting education is merely source to get on employment?
Naveed: - Yes of course but with slight modification that education is not simply aimed for employment but also to teach the philosophy of life.

Member 1: - Mr. I would like to have a slight touch to the Pre-independence age. Who was the first Governor General of Pakistan and what are the reasons that he could not continue with his duties?
Naveed: - Mohammad Ali Jinnah was the First Governor General to Pakistan and his death allowed Mr. Khwaja Nazim Uddin to perform on as next Governor General.

Member 1: - Name the first President of Pakistan?
Naveed: - Major General Skindar Mirza.

Member 2: - Name the first Prime Minister of Pakistan?
Naveed: - Mr. Liaqut Ali Khan, who was assassinated on 16th October 1951 while addressing a public Assembly in Rawalpinidi by one named Syed Akbar..

Chairman: - Who was the First Governor Balochistan and first Chief Minister?
Naveed: - Lenient General Riaz Hussain the Governor and Sardar Attah Ullah Mengal as first Chief Minister.

Chairman: - Name the Chief Secretary Government of Balochistan Current?
Naveed: - Mr. K. B Rind.

Member 1: - What is LFO and does it influence the Constitution?
Naveed: - LFO stands for Legal Framework Order imposed when the Democratic regime fails or deemed fragile to run Government so the Chief of Army Staff introduces the LFO to run Governmental obligations. LFO does not breaches the Constitution but can be stated a part of Constitution.

Chairman: - Define Gwadar with special reference to its geographical importance and also put light over the Government’s volition to make development in Gwadar and also give your own idea about Nationalist’s phobia about Gwadar?

Naveed: - Word Gwadar was derived from Balochi lingo “Gwad” means Air and “Dar” stands for gateway. No doubt Gwadar encompasses its natural geographical importance in Asia but also in entire world. Gwadar a coastal region of Balochistan located at an approx distance of 500 Kilometer from Karachi. Gwadar have had a natural Port where the Import and Export with entire world is easy with no stumbling blocks. As far as the Present Government’s inclination towards brining about developmental changes in Gwadar is concerned so the logic behind subject intention favors that wide ranging development should be made in Gwadar according to the socio-economic race as being witness in world. I perceive that Gwadar would certainly be a source of “Globalization” and why should not it be. As you asked about Political influence castigating the efforts of Government. Sir It is a normal reaction of each Political lobby in rest at opposition benches condemn such effective efforts and when they themselves are enjoying treasury benches, these would be the most forward groups who would appreciate such developmental intention. Very accurate rejoinder of your question with political pressure groups is that, there must not be difference in Intentions and Practices.

Member 2: - Mr. could you please recall the Article of Constitution that says “Equality of Employment”
Naveed: - Article (27) of Constitution safeguards this provision. Sir.

Chairman: - Who are the Head of Provincial Public Service Commissions?
Candidate: - Governors of four provinces are the Ex-efficio/head of Public Service Commissions.

Chairman: - What do you mean by Ex-efficio?
Naveed: - With Smirking face! Sir the authority that deals extra duties by virtue of his own assignment is called Ex-Efficio.
Member 1: - Nice, even amazing good information.
Naveed: - This is all your Excellency, Sir.

Member 1:- Recite Third Kalmah?
Naveed: - Did the need full.

Chairman: - Who was the first and Last Muslim Ruler?
Naveed: - Zaheer Uddin Babar started his ruling in 1524 and Bahdur Shah Zafar was the last Muslim Ruler who was revolted in 1857 by Britain a chronological loss for Muslims as their hundred years ruling came to an end.

Chairman: - Who was Hazrat Ismail (MGBPWH)?
Naveed: - He was the Son of Hazrat Ibrahim and the inherent source for Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) the last Prophet.

Member 1: - Define the Covered Area of Pakistan?
Naveed: - 796096 squire kilometers in south Asia and stationed in a significant geographical position in glob.

Chairman: (delivering Naveed to the panel to face the music). Members! You are free to ask questions.

Member-1:- Well, Mr. Naveed! Where did you pick your Confidence delivery of consistent words from? It sounds impressed by all of us to the very last bit.
Naveed: - God Gifted and experience.

Member-2 (ignoring the sarcasms) you talked about Officer-like Qualities in your introduction. What are they?

Naveed: - Me: Sir! Self-awareness, integrity, honor, honesty to start with... and a sense of responsibility, punctuality and leadership to Keep it up.

Member-1 Do you think officers in Civil Services have these?

Naveed: - Sir! The people I have come in contact with mostly...YES!!!

Chairman: - Good chit chats with you Mr. We hope wish you good luck and with a piece of advice that to continue with your labors until and unless you do not occupy your targeted position. Thanks for being with us.

Naveed: - So nice of you all!


• “To accept good advice is but to increase one's own ability.
• Advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer but wish we didn't.”

• Love is not something that happens on first sight, it happens and grows when you start knowing each other and in turn end up needing each other, for every thing for every thought and for any moment

• I love you Aju not because I need you but I need you Aju because I love you.

• Give advice to your children while they're young enough to believe you know what you're talking about”

• If you have a lot of tensions Afshah which can never be expressed and you get a headache, palpitation, depression and so on and so forth. Do what is advised by your Helum: “Make a swift approach to Helum and do what ever asked to be done.”

• Just don't take any thing on your nerves where you have nothing to do more.”

• Listen to advice and accept correction, then in the end you will be wise.”

• I have noticed that being with you, I smile more often, I anger a little less quickly, the sun shines a little brighter, and life is so much sweeter. For being with you takes me to a different place: a place called love.” Not the Love you think of but the love for your Friend.

• Perception starts to beat reality at a certain time. The show challenges conventional wisdom and re-examines what has been accepted as fact.”

• There is no question that mistakes were made; however, it is currently hard to separate fact from fictions and reality from rhetoric,”

• Love: A temporary insanity curable by marriage.” Understood?

• A Brother is a hand that is always holding yours, no matter how close or far apart you may be. A Brother is someone who is always there and will always be, always caring. A Brother is a feeling of forever in the heart.”

• I would have liked for someone to have challenged me and jumped a little bit closer so that I could jump farther, unfortunately that didn't happen,”

• Someone who sincerely, spiritually and closely trusts can never be betrayed!

Go through the subtext with fresh mind, apprise each of the outlooks and go halves with your Brother. Ok Good Night; see you soon but after Exam. With charming mood and glowing health.

By (Abdul Salam Baloch)

The Interview:

I enter with a smile on my face. Loudly, I say, "Assalam-o-Alaikum" to the panel. They smile back at me while responding. The chairman offers me a seat. I unbutton my jacket, put my file in front of me on the table and sit down--relaxed, calm, composed and confident.

Chairman: Welcome, Mr. Muti! How are you?
Me: I am fine, Sir! Alhamdolillah.(Rotating my glare to all of them) and how are all of you ladies and gentlemen this fine morning ?

The Panel: (some of them smiling) Theek Thaak.

Chairman: Young man ! have you consciously matched the color of your tie with your eyes ?

Me: No Sir ! It's quite unintentional. I'm surprised that you observed it.

Chair: Mr. Muti ! I would like you to introduce yourself in detail to the panel starting from the very beginning, your hobbies, your educational career, your family and anything else you would like us to know.

Me: Sure, Sir ! My name, as all of you know by now, is Muhammad Muti-ur-Rehman Mumtaz. By profession, I am an Aeronautical Engineer and I have done it from Pak Air Force Academy, Risalpur. Now, a bit about my family background and educational career. Sir ! I was born in a rather small town named Burewala. (and I tell them every detail till the day of my interview).

Chairman: (delivering me to the panel). Members ! You are free to ask questions.

Mr. Roshan Zamir: Well, Mr. Muti ! Where did you pick your accent from ? It sounds impressed by the Americans to the very last bit.

Me: Sir ! that is because I have a liking about Amercian accent. And by the way, Sir ! Isn't it just like us to get impressed by the Americans ?

Roshan: (ignoring the sarcasms) You talked about Officer-like Qualities in your introduction. What are they ?

Me: Sir ! Self-awareness, integrity, honor, honesty to start with... and a sense of responsibility, punctuality and leadership to cap it up.

Roshan: Do you think officers in Civil Services have these ?

Me: Sir ! The people I have come in contact with...YES !!!

Roshan: Do you feel comfortable with the idea of leaving such a highly-paid job in Saudi Arabia ? Do you really want to trade it off with a career here ? Do you know how a Civil Servant manages to educate his kids ? I think you are more of an emotional man than a practical one.

Me: Not at all, Sir ! I have solid and concrete practical reasons to back me up. Back in Saudi Arabia, I don't have a sense of belonging or a sense of ownership. The natives would always treat me as "Just another outsider" or "an alien". I would never fit in there no matter how long I live there. I am a simple nobody there. Here in Pakistan, I am someone's cousine, someone's son, someone's brother. I have an identity and I intend to keep it. I want to get reconneced to my roots, for I am nothing without them. I have mentioned the same thing in one of my articles called "Life without roots". (Roshan looks for the article and reads it).

Roshan: It's quite an interesting reading, Young man !

Me: Thank you, Sir !

Madam Mashooda: Mr. Muti ! You had Urdu as your optional subject. Would you like to tell us the first poem of Iqbal ?

Me: Yes, Ma'm ! It is called "Himaliya". Maulvi Abdul Haq has said about Iqbal's poetry that One should well imagine the ending heights of a poet whose start is Himaliya.

Mashhooda: Why did Iqbal convert his attention to Persian poetry instead of Urdu?

Me: Ma'm, it's because of the fact that Persian language, keeping in view Iqbal's target audience, had more deep and wide-spread penetration


Abdul Salam Khan

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