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  1. sign of qayamat March 23, 2010 at 5:52 AM  

    signs of qayamat(judgement day), according to the hadees of prophet muhammad (pbuh) about 1400 years a ago, these signs demand us to live with the fear of ALLAH, and ask for his forgiveness in this world and after ...Read more signs of judgement day

  2. rethink afghanistan March 23, 2010 at 7:04 PM  

    thanks for sharing

  3. Myself November 29, 2010 at 7:55 AM  

    Regarding Wikileaks, do anyone have any news about wikileaks.org?

  4. Anonymous August 14, 2012 at 1:03 AM  

    History

    In 19th century, Jhirk was the busiest river port and centre of commercial activity in Sindh. It also served as the headquarters of the Indus flotilla, the most modern navigational system of those days.

    Karachi Port near Karachi was connected to Jhirk. The headquarter of the Indus flotilla was in Jhirk town near Kotri and then it went to Mithankot Rajanpur district near Dera Ghazi Khan and then to the last point Makhad Attock. This part of Indus flotilla was called Punjab flotilla and the Indus flotilla Interchangeably. The British Indus flotilla of steamboats which once plied the Indus river is described by (Shaw 1998).

    Hassan Ali Effendi the famous educationist who was instrumental in Establishing Sindh Madrasatul Islam used to Work at Indus flotilla in his early years while learning English. Quaid-i-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah was one his student at Sindh Madrasatul Islam Karachi.

    The river Indus was an important artery of communication between Karachi and Jhirk near Kotri Sindh, was an important river port, the Indus flotilla used large quantities of firewood and it was kept to fuel steamboats. Hassan Ali Effendi kept account of the incoming and outgoing wood and Steamboats.

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