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Judge #1
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Scoring sheet #1

Marjana Gill -: The best thing about your entry is your dress fitting all your's clothes fits you well and also complements your build.About the clothes i will say your clothing style is too regular as its a good choice but i will say next time i will suggest you to be little more funky and modern. If i have to pic one of urs style then am gonna go with that Black toxido style suit.

Challa-: Your pics remind me of indian school going boyz clothing style.U have posted maximum no. of pics among all members but styling of clothes resemble to same common style.The good thing about it is that both goes for causal and funky purpose

Desi Mirza -: Good collection mate.Variety of clothes and age of your fashion sense is much better. The best among urs pics are the one in blue and black one with tie. All the dresses suits u perfectly.
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winner desi mirza -: A very tight situation but still figure out one winner and he is Desi Mirza thsi boy realy gets a tough competition from kanwar kang.The striking point of his entry which made him win this competition is variety of clothes and the age of fashion style.

Comparison-: The major point why desi mirza beats Kanwar kang (the most nearest to the winner) was variety of clothes.and second one is posing desi is a bit better than kanwar

Females

Nigz-: Killer Looks all yours dresses fits you.The best thing about your styling is they matches ur built i mean ur long hairs, lean body..Now coming to your dresses the pick of them are the white one in elevator and the 2nd one is again that white t shirt and the blue over lapped coat type. One spl. advice for yu dnt do ur hair curly they suits u well as they are so just keep them the way the are

Preet -: One more intresting entry.So let me start with the variety of clothes u have i must say u stand alone in that scale for me in this competition.Every dress tells a different story but still it matches the strength.Colour cmbination is quite impresive so good work for that and they also cmpliments your skin tone, rest I like your blazers and jeans pics more then your dresses pics. One tip for you also try different shades in nail paint red is not only the colour which enlarges your looks.Pick of ur dresses are 2nd and 3rd one in blazers and 1st one is jeans

G.Kaur-:Girl seems to be fond of short stuff.The pick of dresses is the one with tatoo.For a teen like u style is bit shaky but still it suits you.Your good long hairs enhances a kicking efect to ur persnality

Female Winners

Tie -: Actualy much tougher than boyz to judge for these beautiful ladies.For me here is a tie between NIGZ and LADO

Comparision-: Can't declare a winner here so a tie situation.Both girls got equal marks from me in each crieteria except Lado gets extraa one for variety and Nigz in Fitting vice versa




Judge #2
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Scoring sheet #2

Boys:-
Thanks To All For Participate :)

Tuahda sab da bahut bahut hi dhanwand ki tusi apni keemati time vich thoda time kad ek competition wich participate kita . so sareya de dresses bahut shone si  te compititon  kafi  tuff si war. But winner te ek hi ho sakda . So according to me The male  Winner Is – Marjana Gill (Sukh).

Sukh de sare di Dresses bahut jyada wadia si .But Dresses ne naal naal kapre pehnan da tang v bahut vadia sii sare kapre vich different varieties de sii . Kapre bilkul fitting de sii as compare to other members some of them wearing to large clothes .Kapre de naal different accessories da mix match jo kita like Glasses , shoes ho v bahut vadia  si. Apne body size and skin colours de hisab naal hi kapre paye sii even ki sare hi colours ona ote suit kitte . Pants, shirt, shoes, or the entire outfit are Superb. So according to me Marjana Gill Is the Best One .


Girls:-


Thanks To All For Paticipating :)

Tuhada sab da v bahut Dhanwad participate karan laye .Sare hi dresses bahut shone sii specially Nigz and laddoo ena dova ne te dhooma hi paa ditiya , Really awesome ! But winner te ek hi ho sakdi sii te oh hai sadii -  Lado Rani .

Hanji Lado te sare hi dresses bahut shone ne eni sari variety  te ene pyare  colour sab bahut shone sii. Lado de sare hi dress full fitting de sii .Colour combination and accessories used by her are fabulous. Sab to jyada varieties lado te dresses vich dekhan nu mili as compare to other members. Lado di dress vich summer, winter, casual, sari hi variety sii . Even ki ode body shape and skin colours de according sare hi dresses di fitting and dress colours  bahut sohni sii.Sare hi kapre unique, trendy and stylish si. So Mere walo Laddo Is the Best One
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Judge #3
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Scoring sheet #3

Male- Marjana Gill is leading by .1 from K.Kang in my score sheet. According to the criteria, Marjana Gill scored highest in variety as he showcased from summer clothing to winter and casual to formal. The accessories are limited but he is "swagging out" his glasses, scarf, and ring. Not to forget shoes, I think it is very important to wear shoes that goes with the outfit and this guy has appropriate shoes on  with almost every outfit. The formal dressing makes him look composed and proper whereas he looks fresh and stylish without sacrificing his comfort in casual outfits. I think K Kang lacks in variety, other than that he looks pretty good in all his outfits.

Female- This was a hard one! Lado_rani is leading by .05 points from Qainaat in my score sheet . Qainaat scores higher than every other contestant in every other criteria but variety, that is where Lado gets full points from me. Lado presented from short dresses to flowy maxi dresses, trench coats to blazers and vest, colored pants to opaque tights, button ups to fun flirty tops.

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OVERALL WINNERS MALE AND FEMALE

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ÐèṤἷḷ¡ (MIRzAa) (stewean)




Preet (lado rani)





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Top 2 males di scoring very close see..  17.83 and 17.30

Top 2 females di scoring was also very close: 20.62 and 19.60.




on: December 07, 2012, 10:56:08 AM 2 Lounge / Jail Pinjra / Love Pyar / Relationship ............

A boy 'n a girl were playing together. The boy had a collection of marbles. The girl had some sweets with her.
The boy told the girl that he will give her all his marbles in exchange for her sweets. The girl agreed.
The boy kept the biggest 'n the most beautiful marble aside 'n gave the rest to the girl. The girl gave him all her sweets as she had promised.
That night, the girl slept peacefully. But the boy couldn't sleep as he kept wondering if the girl had hidden some sweets from him the way he had hidden his best marble.

Moral:
If you don’t give your hundred percent in a relationship, you’ll always keep doubting if the other person has given his/her hundred percent.
Lao bai do jane apne pj utee hor gabhru ho gaye ne...

Musch futt gabru..

Mirzaa bai ethe 3 4 salla to thakke khaa reh aaa.. hun time a ageya aa ki munda hauli hauli gabru ho hi geya aa..lol

Apne sahibdhaliwal bai nu v 2 sal hogaye ne...

dono jane active rehande ne here and there... posts v 1000 ko ho gaiya ne...

So dono jane promotion deserve karde...

Lao bai dao wadiya ehna nau.. .and ehna nu suggestion aa ke hun eeh peeni naa shuru kareyoo.. lol jk

ah lao ehna di profile link.

http://punjabijanta.com/profile/sahibdhaliwal/

http://punjabijanta.com/profile/stewean/
Start the Day with Love;
Spend the Day with Love;
Fill the Day with Love;
End the Day with Love;
This is the way to God.


Before you speak,
Think - Is it necessary?
Is it true?
Is it kind?
Will it hurt anyone?
Will it improve on the silence?




I - Want - Peace
"I" is ego.
"Want" is desire.
Remove ego and desire...
and you have PEACE.



Love as Thought is Truth.
Love as Action is Right Conduct.
Love as Understanding is Peace.
Love as Feeling is Non-violence.


Reach the point where churches, temples, mosques do not matter,
where all roads end, from where all roads run.



Honor all religions.
Each is a pathway to God.


I have come to light the lamp of love in your hearts,
to see that it shines day by day with added luster.



Your heart must be transparent, like glass,
with spiritual light within illuminating the whole world.



I shall be with you, where ever you are, guarding you and guiding you.
March on, have no fear.



Duty is God; Work is worship.
Even the tiniest work is a flower placed at the Feet of God.


Cultivate a nearness with Me in the heart and it will be rewarded.
Then you too will acquire a fraction of that Supreme Love.



Duty without love is deplorable.
Duty with love is desirable.
Love without duty is Divine.



Peace can only be won the hard way,
by eliminating violence and greed from the hearts of individual.



The secret of happiness is not doing what one likes to do
but in liking what one has to do.



The end of wisdom is freedom.
The end of culture is perfection.
The end of knowledge is love.
The end of education is character.

on: December 24, 2011, 11:53:59 PM 5 Lounge / Jail Pinjra / Knowledge / Major Events of 2011

 
 
  Jan. 5

Republicans assume control of the House of Representatives.
 

Jan. 8

Six people are killed and 16 injured when Jared Loughner, 22, starts shooting at a political event outside a shopping centre near Tucson, Arizona. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, the intended target, is shot through the head but survived. A U.S. district court judge and 9-year-old girl born on 9/11 are both killed. Loughner is charged with murder and attempted assassination.
 

Jan. 10

Flash flooding in Queensland state in Australia kills at least 10 and left 70 missing. Rain since November caused sporadic flooding in the state in December and January.; affected more than 250,000 people.
 

Jan. 11

Heavy rainfall in the Brazilian state of Rio de Janerio triggers floods and mudslides killing at least 665 and displacing 14,000 people.
 

Jan. 14

After weeks of protest over unemployment, food prices and overall poor living conditions, the 23-year rule of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali in Tunisia collapses. He flees the country with members of his family and a large quantity of gold.
 

Jan. 24

A suicide bombing in Moscow's Domodedovo International Airport kills 37 and injured another 180. A Chechen warlord claims responsibility.
 

Jan. 25

Egyptians start protesting against President Hosni Mubarak's government. On Jan. 28, thousands demonstrate in several cities after Friday prayers. Access to the Internet and mobile phone networks are cut. Mubarak dismisses his government and appoints a new cabinet.
 

Feb. 2

After weeks of protests, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigns. A military council takes power and promises elections.
 

Feb.14

American President Obama releases his budget plan that includes a U.S.$1.6 trillion dollar deficit for 2012.
 

Feb. 17

A popular uprising begins in Libya but leader Colonel Moammar Gadhafi refuses to resign and fights back against rebels.
 

Feb. 22

A 6.3-magnitude earthquake strikes near Christchurch, New Zealand. 155 people were killed and thousands of buildings were destroyed.
 

March 7

After a public spat with the creator of Two and a Half Men, lead actor Charlie Sheen is fired from the hit show. Sheen had been in and out of rehab, been arrested for domestic assault and in trouble for destroying a New York City hotel room during a party. Sheen takes to Twitter and reaches one million followers within hours. His erratic behaviour continues for weeks.
 

March 11

A massive 9.0-magnitude earthquake strikes northern Japan, triggering an even more devastating tsunami. More than 10,000 people are killed or missing and the Fukushima nuclear reactors are damaged causing radiation leaks and long-term evacuations.
 

March 17

The United Nations votes to impose a no-fly zone over Libya after weeks of violent government attacks on protesters.
 

March 18

Libya announces a ceasefire, but fighting continues and the UN mission launches the first air strikes the next day.
 

April 8

After months of escalating protests, security forces kill a few dozen anti-government protesters in the Syrian cities of Damascus and Daraa. Tens of thousands of Syrians protest the violence.
 

April 14

Deadly tornadoes rip through the southern United States, killing 18 people. By the end of the month, tornadoes will have killed about 300 people.
 

April 19

Syria lifts the 48-year-old state of emergency laws in an effort to defuse protests. Reports suggest more than 600 were killed and 1,000 arrested.
 

April 24

Nearly 500 insurgents escape from a Kandahar prison through a tunnel built by the Taliban.
 

April 29

Britain celebrates the fairytale-like royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
 

May 1

After a nine-and-a-half year manhunt, American commandos find and kill Osama Bin Laden in a compound north of Islamabad, Pakistan.
 

May 14

International Monetary Fund chief Dominic Strauss-Kahn is arrested minutes before he was to leave for France, after being accused of a sexual attack on a hotel maid in New York. He will resign from the IMF five days later.
 

May 19

U.S. President Barack Obama signals a shift in his Middle East policy by publicly calling for the creation of a Palestinian state along 1967 borders — bluntly telling Israel the "status quo is unsustainable" if it wants to achieve lasting peace, angering Israeli leaders.
 

May 24

Ousted Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak is ordered to stand trial, facing the death penalty, for the killing of democracy protesters.
 

June 19

Drug violence spreads across Mexico as at least 17 people are killed in a string of attacks, including a shooting at a bar in Monterrey.
 

June 24

Conrad Black's wife Barbara Amiel faints after a U.S. judge orders the former media baron back to prison.
 

June 29

Greek police fire tear gas at masked demonstrators attacking the finance ministry after lawmakers pass the first of two austerity bills demanded by international lenders to stave off default and avert a deepening of the global financial crisis.
 

July 7

Media baron Rupert Murdoch announces the closure of the embattled News of the World tabloid in the wake of an ever-growing phone-hacking scandal. The paper dies after 168 years of publishing.
 

July 21

The space shuttle Atlantis touches down just before 6 a.m. for the last time at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, ending the American space shuttle program.
 

July 22

In what is being described as the worst violence Norway has faced since the Second World War, a gunman opens fire on a youth camp and a detonates a bomb in the country's capital, killing 77 and injuring 151 people.
 

July 29

The United Nations warns that the whole of southern Somalia is heading into famine as the Horn of Africa food crisis deepens, leaving millions at risk of starvation.
 

Aug. 3

American officials release details of indictments in what's being billed as the largest online child porn bust of its kind. Two Canadians are caught in the global sweep.
 

Aug. 5

The United States' credit rating is cut for the first time when Standard & Poor's lowers it from triple-A to AA+, citing the country's looming deficit burden and weak policy-making process.
 

Aug. 10

British Prime Minister David Cameron British authorizes the use of water cannon for the first time outside Northern Ireland to deal with the worst riots in a generation in London and surrounding cities.
 

Aug. 24

Steve Jobs, the co-founder and CEO of tech giant Apple Inc., announces he is resigning immediately from his post after years of health problems.
 

Sept. 2

Whistleblower website WikiLeaks releases online its entire cache of American diplomatic cables, drawing a furious response from its media partners and foreign governments for releasing unredacted information that could endanger the lives of sources.
 

Sept. 7

A Russian plane carrying one of the country's top hockey teams — Lokomotiv of the Kontinental Hockey League — crashes during takeoff, killing 43 members of the team and leaving two survivors in grave condition.
 

Sept. 11

Family members of 9/11's approximately 3,000 victims, including 24 Canadians, finally see the official memorial — two reflecting pools set in the footprints of the original Twin Towers — in New York City on the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
 

Sept. 16

Winnipeg-born and raised pilot George Hewitt is killed along with nine others when a plane crashes into the grandstands at a Reno, Nevada, air race.
 

Sept. 17

Protesting corporate greed and economic disparity, a group of protesters march through the heart of New York's financial district and give birth to Occupy Wall Street.
 

Sept. 24

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas asks the United Nations to recognize a state for his people, despite opposition from the United States and Israel.
 

Sept. 29

German Chancellor Angela Merkel receives an overwhelming show of support from her government for a beefed-up EU bailout, sending a strong signal to the five remaining EU countries that have to ratify the deal.
 

Oct. 3

American student Amanda Knox is released from an Italian prison after being acquitted of the murder and sexual assault of British student Meredith Kercher, ending her four-year legal battle to prove her innocence.
 

Oct. 5

Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple Inc., and its long-time CEO, dies at age 56.
 

Oct. 18

Gilad Shalit salutes his prime minister and hugs his parents after a landmark prisoner swap between Hamas and Israel brings the captured soldier home after five years. His freedom was exchanged for that of more than 1,000 Palestinians.
 

Oct. 20

Moammar Gadhafi's 42-year reign over Libya ends when he is killed during an assault by opposition forces on his hometown of Sirte.
 

Oct. 21

President Barack Obama announces all remaining U.S. troops will leave Iraq by the end of 2011, ending a war that deeply divided the nation, left almost 4,500 American soldiers dead and cost more than $800 billion.
 

Oct. 27

Marathon talks among European Union leaders ends with agreement over a complex plan to help solve Greece's debt problem and strengthen EU banks.
 

Nov. 6

Greece's Prime Minister George Papandreou announces he will resign his post over his botched decision to put the EU bailout agreement to a referendum.
 

Nov. 9

An earthquake in eastern Turkey kills at least five people and traps scores more under the rubble of two hotels and a dozen other buildings, less than three weeks after another killed 600 in the same area.
 

Nov. 10

The Obama administration says it is delaying a final ruling on the Keystone XL oilsands pipeline until after the November 2012 presidential election while the government looks to reroute it.
 

Nov. 12

The EU economic crisis claims its second leader in less than a week when Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi bows to pressure and resigns.
 

Nov. 15

An early morning operation by New York City police clears Zuccotti Park in Manhattan of Occupy Wall Street protesters, eliminating the movement's symbolic home.
 

Nov. 21

After almost a year away from the game of hockey, Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby makes a triumphant return to the ice, scoring four points in his first game back from concussion.
 

Dec. 5

King Albert II names Elio Rupo as the prime minister of Belgium after 541 days of negotiations following an indecisive election in June 2010.

NHL star Sidney Crosby's post concussion return is aborted after just a few weeks. He suffers concussion symptoms again after two collisions in a game against Boston, the second one with his own teammate Chris Kunitz.
 

Dec. 6

Two explosions at religious shrines on the Shiite holy day of Ashura kills at least 59 people in Kabul and the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif in Afghanistan.
 

Dec. 11

After two weeks and two days of negotiation, the international community signs a new agreement to tackle global warming in Durban, South Africa.
 

Dec. 13

A man armed with a gun and grenades kills five people and himself in a public square in the Belgian city of Liege.
 

Dec. 15

The nine-year mission American military mission in Iraq comes to a formal end with a ceremony at the Baghdad Airport.

When Guru Nanak attained the age of eighteen, his father Mehta Kalu thought of engaging him in trade, thinking that it would be a good profitable profession and secondly his son would be happy all day talking to his clients about his business. Thinking this way and choosing an auspicious day, he called Bhai Bala to be Guru Nanak's companion. He gave twenty rupees to Bhai Bala and said, "Go with Nanak. Buy and bring some genuine goods by selling of which we may save a lot. In this way if you make a profitable transaction, next time I will send you with more money to buy goods."

Guru Nanak and Bhai Bala started from Talwandi towards Chuharkana to purchase some merchandise. They had hardly gone ten or twelve miles from the village when they saw a group of hermits sitting in the jungle. Guru Nanak said to Bhai Bala, "Father has asked us to carry out some profitable transaction. No bargain can be more trully profitable than to feed and clothe these naked and hungry hermits. I cannot leave this true bargain. It is seldom that we get an opportunity to carry out some profitable transaction like this." Guru Nanak took all the money from Bhai Bala, placed it before the head of the hermits and said, "I offer this in your service."

The head of the hermits said, "Son, this money is of no use to us. We do not go to places where people live. We stay in the jungle. If you get meals prepared with this money, we will accept it." Guru Nanak and Bhai Bala went to the village nearby. They got meals prepared with that money and brought them to the hermits and distributed among them. They also brought clothes for the naked hermits with the money that was left. Taking leave of the head of the hermits, they started back empty-handed.

When both reached near Talwandi, Guru Nanak said to Bhai Bala, 'You go to the village alone, I shall sit at this well." Bhai Bala went to the village and narrated the whole story to Mehta Kalu. He told him where Guru Nanak was sitting. Mehta Kalu was very angry that they had wasted money on hermits in this way. Putting aside all work he took Bhai Bala along and started towards the well. Reaching the well, he caught hold of Guru Nanak and slapped him three or four times. Bhai Bala was telling Mehta Kalu at that time too, 'You told us when we started out to make a good bargain. You may or may not agree, Nanak has made a true bargain."

For Mehta Kalu, amassing of wealth was the only true bargain because in this world it is money which is the mark of nobility, it is the wealthy who is wise, only the rich are considered gentle, honest. pious and lovers of mankind. The means by which the money has been earned are of no consideration. Only those who make true transaction think about the ways and means.
 


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Article taken from . "Bedtime Stories" written by Santokh Singh Jagdev.

on: June 18, 2010, 05:45:10 AM 7 Lounge / Jail Pinjra / Pics / No comments ?

So I asked my brother to take my pic.. ya it was my birthday today ! Thats my niece sitting on a table

any suggestions?

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