Aajaadi

 

 

 

Aaj 72 saal ho gai aajaadi ko,

Kushi too Bahut hai Ki aaj ke din milli thi aajaadi.

In 72 saalo me bahut kuch hassil kiya hai,

Bahut kuch khoya bhi hai,bahut javaan Saheed hue,bahut log mare.

Bahut see Ladaiya bhi ladi  aajaadi ke baad se,

Jeeta bhi hai un ladaiyo ko,

 

Magar jo  ladai iss desh me ho rahi hai vo kaise rokenege,

De rahe ho dosh dusro ko har galti ke liye,

Kudki galti kab dekhoge ho gai kai saal aajaadi ko.

Dharam aur Jaat ke naam par ladte ladte gujar ja rahi hai aajaadi,

 

Affsos hota agar zinda hote vo jinhone dillae thi ye aajaadi,

Kiyuki appas me ladte ladte beete ja rahi hai aajaadi.

Agar vo Bhi yu hi ladte jinhone dillaae ye aajaadi,

To hum reh jaate gullam kissi ke naa phir na milti aajaadi,

Bhullo in ladai ko haste haste bittao aajaadi,

 

Maddat karo unki jo dard me rahte hai,

Duur karo dukh sabke millkar badao aajadi ko,

Jiss treh javaa kadaa hai sarahd par himmat sae,

Smasyaa ka Samna karo tum sabb himmat se,

Kissi dusroo se to mill gai aajaadi , ab apni chotti soach se aajaadi paaoo

Jeeo jindgi aajaade hoke na ki dusro ko gullam banakkee aajaadi ……………………..

 

 

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Rules Breaker

I wasn’t a particularly troublesome child. I was able to keep myself entertained, didn’t act out, and stayed out of the sort of trouble that could have inspired multi-volume children’s books. I pretended a lot. Not because I had to, but because I had (and still have) a wild imagination. There’s one time in my life that stands out in particular.

While living in California with my mom and my aunt, my cousin Nathan and I would be forced to take naps in the afternoon. I wasn’t a napper. I never was, really. So my mom and I made a deal: if I could wait until Nathan fell asleep, I’d be able to get up and play with my toys for an hour while he slept. Of course, I’d have to be quiet, but that wasn’t a problem. So, I’d go through the motions and lay down in the middle of the living room floor like we did, and I’d do my best sleeping impression as though it’d cause him to fall asleep faster, and when he was out, I was off to the toy bin. This happened for months and Nathan didn’t know any better for it. I wasn’t breaking the rules, necessarily, but instead finding a way around them that satisfied everyone—my mom, the authority, myself, the restless one, and my hyper cousin Nathan’s need to sleep midday.

The world is full of rules. There are rules surrounding what clothes we can wear or not wear in public, where we can ride our bikes or skateboards, areas we’re allowed to walk through without trespassing, and on and on. Some of these rules are enforced with the power of law behind them and others can be skirted as a means of protest or preference. In the end, no rule is free from being broken. Writing is no different.

There’s nothing more frustrating to me as a writer than to hear from a professor or publication or fellow writer that the rules mustbe followed. No rule must be followed, but doing so will often cause you less trouble. Many of us desire order for fear that hysteria and chaos will prevail, so these rules, from a societal standpoint, serve a purpose. But there’s nothing more condescending to a writer or artist to not only demand that the rules be followed, but to say that the artist’s brand of experimentation or rule-bending is flat out wrong. It’s not. The greatest revolutions in art have come as a result of breaking rules.

I decided somewhere around the middle of my Cormac McCarthy undergraduate literature class that quotation marks were dead to me. It was terrifying and exhilarating. I was uncertain about the choice because I’d, in the past, fought with the rule-breakers, argued against writers like McCarthy. But here I was, doing the same thing. However, when I chose to stop using quotation marks, I was painfully aware of the potential consequences—that out there, there were people like I was, that would condemn and lift their noses to that sort of blatant disregard for grammatical rules. I remembered the purpose of any punctuation: they’re marks on a page used to provide clarity. What I needed was to bridge my lack of mark usage with clarity, and if I could do that, not following the rules would be mostly inconsequential. The page would be better looking in my opinion, cleaner looking, without the scribbles of punctuation marks everywhere, but the dialogue and exposition would remain clear. I committed and I’ll never look back, even considering the consequences.

Understand that when you’re a rule breaker in art, you may very well be damning yourself to a life of being overlooked, not based on the quality of your work, but instead based on someone else’s impression of what is right and what is wrong. I’m sure I’ve submitted to more than one publication that has come to my first line of dialogue, saw the missing quotation marks, and threw the manuscript out. That’s their prerogative (no matter how silly or foolish that makes them). With art, everything is about integrity. If there’s no integrity in your work, you’re just another goddamned artist. Don’t be. Be yourself. Accept the rejection that comes as a result of your rule-breaking. Because someday we might be the ones that change everything.

WELWYN GARDEN CITY: Cannabis plant seen growing in council flowerbed

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British free tabloid newspaperMetro reports on a very unusual and illegal discovery spotted sprouting from a council-owned flowerbed in the Hertfordshire locality of Welwyn Garden City.

A member of a group called the Welwyn Garden City Cannabis Club took a photo of what appears to be a fully grown cannabis plant nestled among pink flowers in the flowerbed, located across Marsden Road from the Nisa Local Handside Lane convenience store, Metro reported yesterday.

(c) Welwyn Garden City Cannabis Club/Facebook via Metro.

According to Metro, the Cannabis Club were responsible for planting the marijuana, famed the world over for its relaxing and behaviour-altering properties which causes users to mellow out. Although several American states and the South American nation of Uruguay have legalised cannabis for medicinal and minor personal use, the United Kingdom classifies the herb as an illegal ‘Class B’ drug under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971

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REPORT: Strides Made to Support Emerging Market Entrepreneurs

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Small and Growing Businesses (SGBs) have the power to transform lives.

SGBs create jobs, connect communities to regional and global markets, and often increase access to critical goods and services for underserved populations.
Since ANDE’s founding in 2009, we have seen much progress made by the SGB sector, composed of those organizations that support entrepreneurs in emerging markets. In 2014, more than 200 members were operating in more than 150 countries, and had collectively supported nearly 350,000 entrepreneurs.
Nonfinancial support has increased.
We have identified over 600 accelerator programs operating globally, including at least 200 based in emerging market countries. This model shows promise: preliminary research results show revenue and employee growth for accelerated enterprises was three times faster than growth for nonaccelerated enterprises.

The pace of investing has picked up.
We estimate that in the past five years, investment vehicles that do deals $2 million and below in emerging…

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Mariners will activate Hisashi Iwakuma from the disabled list on Monday

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The Mariners will activate starter Hisashi Iwakuma from the 15-day disabled list on Monday and have optioned outfielder James Jones to Triple-A Tacoma to create roster space, Bob Dutton of the Tacoma News Tribune reports.

Iwakuma has been sidelined since April 21 due to a strained lat. The 34-year-old right-hander had compiled a 6.61 ERA with an 11/3 K/BB ratio in 16 1/3 innings prior to the injury.

Iwakuma may be auditioning for prospective teams as he can become a free agent at the end of the season. He’s served as a quality starter for the Mariners between 2012-14, with a 3.07 ERA over 524 innings.

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Play of the Day: Jake Marisnick slams into the Green Monster to make a catch

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Astros outfielder Jake Marisnick made a terrific grab in left-center field on Sunday afternoon in an eventual loss to the Red Sox.

Ahead 3-1 with two outs in the bottom of the sixth, the Red Sox had runners on first and seoncd base for Brock Holt. Holt lined a Will Harris offering to left-center, seemingly destined to carom off of the Green Monster for at least a one-run double. Marisnick, in a full sprint, made the long trek from straightaway center field and snagged the ball before it could hit the wall, then crashed into the Green Monster. Marisnick, somehow, managed to hang onto the ball.

This is not the first time Marisnick has made a stellar defensive play in center field this season.

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Padres try struggling Matt Kemp in the leadoff spot

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Matt Kemp has faded badly following a good April and Wednesday the Padres tried him in the leadoff spot, where he last played in 2010 for the Dodgers.

Kemp went 0-for-4 with a strikeout and the Padres were shut out by the Giants. He’s now hitting .199 with a .239 on-base percentage and .281 slugging percentage since May 1, striking out 58 times compared to eight walks in 50 games.

Meanwhile, catcher Yasmandi Gandal, whom the Padres traded to the Dodgers for Kemp, has an .846 OPS that ranks second among all MLB catchers behind only Stephen Vogt of the A’s.

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HITMAN – AGENT 47 (2015): Serious ‘Badassery’ Ahead, Starring Rupert Friend

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Hitman - Agent 47 (2015), Rupert Friend Hitman – Agent 47 (2015), Rupert Friend

In case you thought Avengers – Age Of Ultron (2015), The Man From U.N.C.L.E.  (2015) andSpectre (2015) (to name just three) aren’t enough action and adventure for 2015, here comes one more.

Directed by Aleksander Bach and starring Rupert Friend, Zachary Quinto and Hannah Ware, HitMan – Agent 47 arrives with the story of an engineered human assassin on his latest mission.

I’m excited for Friend because he was great in Starred Up (2013), along with jack O’Connell, and this is an excitingly different kind of role.

How cool is that line about the gun?

Happy Hitman, Agent 47 🙂

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