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Perhaps you will be wondering how come this Chemical engineer got mixed up with computer stuff & is talking about religion & nationality, something totally unknown to this unknown guy!

Well read through my musings then & you will be given an opportunity to change your perspective perhaps for the good or perhaps for the worst.

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Monday, April 30, 2012

Document Printing Guidelines For University Students

Four years at engineering university taught me that hostel students face a great deal of difficulty while printing their electronic assignments. These problems share one single root ... a common computer lab. The computers placed at university labs are infested with a spectrum of viruses & trojans. Students mostly transfer their assignments from portable drives to these infected computers & thus commences their nightmare. Following are the most common problems they face:

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Benchmarking Religion-The Language Fiasco

Funny that one start calling Arabic as the mother of all languages, funnier still in believing that only learning Arabic will pave way for one's salvation in the hereafter & the funniest part that such jokes come from the mouths of the most respected religious clerics; but oddly enough I can’t hear laughters...The assemblage sitting in front of these ‘Noorani’ spiritual fathers instead of questioning, welcomes such pettiness with rallying cries of ‘God is great’; but then again I am an imbecile & they are the pious disciples who are destined to live in nirvana!

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Siachen Tragedy: Army’s Weakness or Limitation

When American SEALS took out Osama Bin Laden within the territories of Pakistan a blow was struck to a nation which satisfactorily took pride in being a nuclear power & having 6th largest military. A hard realisation dawned upon them that their impenetrable  ‘Islamic Fort’ was not only penetrable but the continuing avalanche of drone attacks would prove it more & more fragile. That incident however didn’t budge my confidence in Pakistan’s army, simply because my ‘degree of confidence’ never revolves around fictional religious mantra & I knew beforehand that my army doesn't have a weakness though it inherits natural limitations of a third world’s army.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Virtuous Fibs

Recalling the fussy year of 2001 I can remember having night-long discussions with my colleagues regarding the probable outcome of American-Afghan war. High-speed internet wasn’t available then & same goes for Youtube, the portals for worldwide information. Thus, we as junior O level students can’t witness (or understand) the awesome military might of America, so easily available today in the face of dedicated missile & warplane Youtube channels. In a sense we were gullible & hence got amazed by the heroic Taliban stories of how they struck the equally mighty Soviet military & disseminated it! Little do we know that this Jihad (or should you label it as ‘freedom fighting’) had nothing to do with honour & religion but with the technology provided to Taliban by non-Muslims (Americans) in the face of Stinger missiles.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Welcome To Quetta; the City of Shura

As the hub of Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar's insurgency against the NATO-led forces in Afghanistan, the Pakistani city of Quetta has become synonymous in the Western media with terrorism and Islamic fundamentalism. And indeed, those of us who left in the 1980s, when the city bore the burden of refugees fleeing the war against the Soviets in Afghanistan, find Quetta drastically changed -- more religiously and culturally conservative, socioeconomically backward, and fragmented by ethnic disputes.

Friday, April 6, 2012

Benazir, Education & the India Partition

The entitlement of the late Benazir Bhutto as the Prime Minister of Pakistan set new standards in the political environment. The first Muslim female to rule the country was by all means a stunner to the Muslim republics & monarchies throughout the world. The carrier of this charismatic, highly educated & extremely bold lady had a sad ending but political affairs are not the subject of this article rather we will discuss Benazir’s educational reforms.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Educational Celebrities

It is a great honour  that you have thousands of Twitter & Facebook followers & that you are the person so admirably & eagerly observed as the role model of teenage masses. Nay! I am not talking about Daniel Radcliffe (aka Harry Potter) neither I am talking about Emma Watson (aka Hermione Granger). I am talking about those rare intellectual beings that are no less than above mentioned celebrities with regards to popularity, though may not be that rich!

Monday, April 2, 2012

Benchmarking Religion-Introduction

Our religion Islam is what I have been told is the ‘complete code of life’, now it is up to me that I (like many others) take it for granted & join the masses in their superiority complex, with regards to religion. The word ‘complete’ here may mean two things:

  1. Complete...like ‘The End’ which is written at the end of a story book
  2. Complete...like ‘Encyclopedia’ where you can find each & every thing examples are Britannica, Wikipedia etc.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Who, What, Why…

The tile of this blog may well be the most self-explanatory one in the sense that the parts of this compound title ‘khanz’ & ‘musing’ gives the name of person & the mission he is up to.