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Gup Shup / Re: ‎112 ways to say... I LOVE YOU
« on: July 20, 2011, 02:47:37 AM »
badaa khoji banda chharda 116 tareeke pta c but fir v chharda firda ................... mama koi te tyareeka wart lainda


hahahahah mama fir te kayi vichare dub jaane hai khaas kar apne wargiyan chhardiyan layi te bahut ghaatak day hai lol

Punjabi Stars / Re: Happy Birthday Mangal ji
« on: July 20, 2011, 02:34:33 AM »

chalo dekhi te hai naaa he started at-least jung against dhakka ....

Shayari / Re: PJ Talent (Shayari by BloriAkh / Arsh B.)
« on: July 20, 2011, 02:32:35 AM »

tera we koi jawab nahi brar veere =D> =D> =D> bahut vadIa
tnx yaara

Shayari / Re: PJ Talent (Shayari by BloriAkh / Arsh B.)
« on: July 19, 2011, 02:40:49 AM »
ਕੁਛ ਏਹਸਾਸ ਮੇਂ ਜਿੰਦਗੀ ਕੋਲੋ ਲੇਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਸੀ ,,,,,,,,,
ਮੇਂ ਤੇਰੇ ਦੁਖਾ ਦੇ ਬਦਲੇ ਆਪਣੀਆ ਖੁਸ਼ਿਆ ਦੇਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਸੀ ,,,,,,,,,,
ਪਰ ਅਫ੍ਸੂਸ ਇਦਾ ਨਹੀ ਹੋਇਆ ,,,,,,,,
ਤੇਰੇ ਦਿਲ ਤੇ ਮੇਰੇ ਦਿਲ ਦਾ ਦਸਤਕ ਨਹੀ ਹੋਇਆ ,,,,,,,,
ਮੇਂ ਤਾ ਬੁਸ ਤੇਰੇ ਹਾੱਸਿਆ ਦਾ ਪੇਗਾਮ ਦੇਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਸੀ ,,,,,,,,,
ਜਿੰਦਗੀ ਬਣਦੀ ਫਿਰ ਡੇਆਦੀ ਰਹੇਗੀ ,,,,,,,
ਮੇਂ ਤਾ ਤੇਰੇ ਸਾਥ ਚਲ ਕੇ ਆਪਣੀ ਕਾਮ੍ਜੂਰੀ ਦੇਖਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਸੀ ,,,,,,
ਕੁਛ ਏਹਸਾਸ ਮੇਂ ਜਿੰਦਗੀ ਕੋਲੋ ਲੇਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਸੀ ,,,,,,,,,

Arsh B.

Ek Ajnabi sa ehsaas dil ko sataye, shayad yahi to pyar hai - lucky

tere naal turne da bhawein supna poora kade hona ni
teriyan akhiyan chon main paani bann chona nahi

mainu ene pall hi poori zindgi jeen layi kaafi ne
mainu pta hai bhawein main tera kade v hona nahi

ishq kitab de ene panne hi kaafi hai dhukhde rain layi
poori kitab je likh baitha dhukhde-2 zindgi ne fir poora hona nahi

har pall aihsaas ik rainda hai tera mere kol-2
ena hi kafi tu bhawein kade aona nahi

udeek jad mukni e dor saahan wali tutni e
ese layi JASS' ne umeed nu makaona nahi

unz te mainu pta tu meri zindgi ch auna ni
eh v pta hai ke tere bin kise hor nu chauna nahi

umeed vich hi saah chalaone ne hun Brar' ne
unz te tu meri zindgi ch auna nahi
                                             By Jass Brar

Pics / Re: ਬਲਿਹਾਰੀ ਕੁਦਰਤਿ ਵਸਿਆ
« on: July 19, 2011, 02:24:59 AM »
nice photography

Shayari / Re: PJ Talent (Shayari by BloriAkh / Arsh B.)
« on: July 19, 2011, 02:23:25 AM »
aah ji mere dil da haal likhta dost howe te iho jiha jo haal-e-dil jaan le nice ai means great ai ji rab har mushkilan tonh door rakhe aise dostan nu te shayeran nu Arshu jaffeeeeeeeeeeeee so gud

Punjabi Stars / Re: Happy Birthday Mangal ji
« on: July 19, 2011, 01:11:23 AM »
link of movie Mangal Pandey by Amir Khan

Mangal Pandey - The Rising 2005 (Part 1).avi

Mangal Pandey - The Rising 2005 (Part 2).avi

Complaints / Re: aa ke jabh aa
« on: July 19, 2011, 12:58:47 AM »
jhanda ji tuhade character te shack karde hai pj waale kainde chharda gabru mutiyaran nu tang karu lol  :hehe:

Punjabi Stars / Happy Birthday Mangal ji
« on: July 19, 2011, 12:53:35 AM »
Mangal Pandey ik chamkda star te youda soorbeer c jeehnu samey de paniyan thale te Gandhi de charkhe thale dbaa dita gaya  aao ajj yaad kariye ude Janmdin te es yodhe nu
eh kush ansh Mangal Pandey bare

Mangal Pandey (c. 19 July 1827 – 8 April 1857) (Hindi: मंगल पांडे) was a sepoy (soldier) in the 34th Regiment of the Bengal Native Infantry (BNI) of the English East India Company. He is widely seen in India as one of its first freedom fighters. The Indian government has issued postage stamps commemorating him as freedom fighter and his life and actions have been adapted to the silver screen.

Early years

Mangal Pandey was born in July 1827 in the village Nagwa, in the district of Ballia, Uttar Pradesh, India to a Bhumihar Brahmin family.[1]

He joined the East India Company's forces in 1849 at the age of 22. Pandey was part of the 6th Company of the 34th Bengal Native Infantry and is primarily known for his involvement in an attack on several of the regiment's officers. This incident marked an opening stage in what came to be known as the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857 or the First War of Indian Independence. It is said that Pandey was a devout Hindu who practiced his religion diligently.
[edit] The 1857 incident

At Barrackpore on the afternoon of March 29, 1857, Lieutenant Baugh, Adjutant of the 34th Bengal Native Infantry (BNI), was informed that several men of his regiment were in an excited state. Further, it was reported to him that one of them, Mangal Pandey, was pacing in front of the regiment's guard room by the parade ground, armed with a loaded musket, calling upon the men to rebel and threatening to shoot the first European he set his eyes on. Baugh immediately buckled on his sword, placed loaded pistols in his holsters, mounted his horse, and galloped to the lines. Pandey, who heard the hoof-beat of the approaching horse, took position behind the station gun, which was in front of the quarter-guard of the 34th, took aim at Baugh and fired. He missed Baugh, but the bullet struck his horse in the flank, and horse and rider were brought down.[2] Baugh quickly disentangled himself and, seizing one of his pistols, advanced towards Pandey and fired. He missed. Before Baugh could draw his sword, Pandey attacked him with a talwar (a heavy Indian sword) and closing with the adjutant, slashed him on the shoulder and neck and brought him to the ground. It was then that another sepoy, Shaikh Paltu, intervened and tried to restrain Pandey even as he tried to reload his musket.[2]

English Sergeant-Major Hewson, had arrived on the ground, summoned by a native officer, before Baugh. He had ordered the jemadar in command of the quarter-guard to arrest Mangal Pandey. To this, the jemadar expostulated that he could not take Pandey on alone. At this, Hewson ordered him to fall in his guard with loaded weapons. In the meantime, Baugh had arrived on the field shouting 'Where is he? Where is he?' Hewson called out to Baugh, 'Ride to the right, Sir, for your life. The sepoy will fire at you!'[3] At that point Pandey fired, with the consequences outlined in the last paragraph.

Hewson had charged towards Pandey as he was fighting with Lieutenant Baugh. He then locked in combat with Pandey and was knocked to the ground from behind by a blow from Pandey's musket. The sound of the firing had brought other sepoys from the barracks; they remained mute spectators. At this juncture, Shaikh Paltu, while trying to defend the two Englishmen called upon the other sepoys to assist him.[2] Assailed by other sepoys, who threw stones and shoes at his back, he called on the guard to help him hold Pandey, but they threatened to shoot him if he did not let go of Pandey.[3]

On the order of the jemadar in command of the quarter-guard, a man called Ishwari Prasad, the sepoys advanced and struck at the two prostrate officers. They then threatened Shaikh Paltu and ordered him to release Pandey, whom he had been vainly trying to hold back. However, Paltu continued to hold Pandey until Baugh and the sergeant-major had had time to rise.[2] Himself wounded by now, Paltu was obliged to loosen his grip. He backed away in one direction and Baugh and Hewson in another, while being struck with the butt ends of the guards' muskets.

In the meantime, report of the incident had been carried to the commanding officer General Hearsey, who then galloped to the ground with his two sons. Taking in the scene, he rode up to the guard, drew his pistol and ordered them to do their duty by seizing Mangal Pandey. The General threatened to shoot the first man who disobeyed. The men of the guard fell in and followed Hearsey towards Pandey. Pandey then put the muzzle of the musket to his breast and discharged it by pressing the trigger with his foot. He collapsed bleeding and with his regimental jacket on fire but not mortally wounded.[2][3]

Pandey recovered and was brought to trial less than a week later. When asked whether he had been under the influence of any substances, he admitted to having used bhang (cannabis) and opium of late.[3] He pleaded to not knowing what he was doing when intoxicated. He stated steadfastly that he had mutinied on his own accord and that none had played any role in egging him on. When asked to defend himself, he said, "I did not know what I was doing. I did not know who I wounded and who I did not. What more shall I say? I have nothing more to say. I have no evidence".[4] He was sentenced to death by hanging along with the jemadar. His execution was scheduled for April 18, but was carried out ten days before that date. The jemadar Ishwari Prasad was executed by hanging, on April 21.[2]
[edit] Aftermath

The 34th B.N.I. Regiment was disbanded "with disgrace" on May 6 as a collective punishment, after an investigation by the government, for failing to perform their duty in restraining a mutinous soldier and protecting their officer. This came after a period of six weeks while petitions for leniency were examined in Calcutta. Shaikh Paltu was promoted on the spot to the post of Havaldar (native sergeant) by General Hearsey, for his conduct during the incident.[2]

The Indian historian Surendra Nath Sen notes that the 34th B.N.I. had had a good recent record and that the Court of Enquiry had not found any evidence of a connection with unrest at Berhampur involving the 19th B.N.I. four weeks before (see below). However, Mangal Pandey's actions and the failure of the armed and on-duty sepoys of the quarter-guard to take action convinced the British military authorities that the whole regiment was unreliable. It appeared that Pandey had acted without first taking other sepoys into his confidence but that antipathy towards their British officers within the regiment had led most of those present to act as spectators rather than obey orders

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rab te beleave veer main te bahut saal pailan chhad ta c jad Bhagat singh de words pade c "90 crore bande 200 bande de gulam na hunde je kite rab hunda " Karal Markas ne likhiya c Dharam ik afeem hai jo lokan nashe ch anna kar dinda te lok lokan de khooni bann jande ne jo delhi hoya uh v use nashe da ang c"

Lainin ne kiha c developed mind people ne bharam paya ke saadi khushi pichhle zanam de change kamma de fall karke asi tuhade te raaz karde haan ki poore world ch ginti de bande hi change kamm karde aih .. jo ginti de bande hi raaj karde hai haalan ke change kamm karan waliya di ginti kite ziyada fir har saal raaz karan waale ghat hi kion raih jaande hai

Sajjan Kumar ajj adalat ch pesh hovega  Sajjan Kumar uh congress leader te MP hai jo anti sikh riots vich moohri katar da dangebaaz riha c use inaam wazon eh congress da mp baniya c... hun age main kush CBI te hor evidence likh riha but fir v eh azad ghumm riha adalat sab jaandi hai fir v nautanki stil chala rahi hai te sade zakham har roz uderd rahi hai edan hi ik H K L Bhagat c jo Sajjan Kumaar da bhayiwaal c but uhnu sazza nahi de saki c court te uh apni aayaashi karda marr gaya:-

CBI investigation :-
New Delhi, Aug 27: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday told the Supreme Court that the special anti-riots cell of the Delhi Police had conducted ‘sham investigations and farce prosecutions’ to apparently shield senior Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in connection with his role in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case in which six persons were killed.

The investigating agency an affidavit urged the apex court to vacate the stay it granted on Kumar’s trial in August 13 after the former Member of Parliament challenged his prosecution.

The CBI pleaded that the stay ‘seriously prejudiced’ the prosecution against the Congress leader.

An apex court Bench comprising Justice P Sathasivam and Justice B S Chauhan while taking on record the affidavit – posted to September 7 the final hearing of the CBI’s plea to prosecute Kumar for the Delhi Cantonment riots.

The Delhi High Court had on August 20 rejected a plea to stay the trial of Sajjan Kumar in connection with his role in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case.

Kumar has two cases registered against him, one of which, a case involving the death of five persons in the Delhi Cantonment area, has been stayed.

The Delhi High Court had on July 19 dismissed Kumar’s petition challenging a trial court’s order to frame charges against him in the case.n the order, Justice Vipin Sanghi questioned the motive of the Delhi Police in cancelling the First Information Report against Sajjan Kumar when the CBI was still probing the matter.

Justice Sanghi directed the trial court to hold the proceedings against him expeditiously in the anti-Sikh riots cases.

The trial court had on July 7 framed charges against him in another case in connection with the riot case.

The trial court had in May this year framed charges under Sections 302 (murder), 395 (dacoity), 427 (mischief to property), 153A (promoting enmity between different communities) and other provisions of the IPC paving the way for trial of Kumar and five others.

The Supreme Court had on March 29 granted relief to him, saying it would not intervene with a Delhi High Court order that granted bail to Kumar in the case.

The Delhi High Court had on February 26 granted bail to Sajjan Kumar in connection with two cases registered against him in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case.

The Karkardooma Court had on February 23 issued a fresh non-bailable warrant against Kumar and slammed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for its failure to arrest Kumar and others accused in the case.

Earlier, the court had issued two non-bailable warrants against Kumar, who had surrendered before the court on March 10.

NEW DELHI: A woman, whose father was killed during 1984 anti-Sikh riots here, on Wednesday stood by her earlier statement in a Delhi court that he had seen senior Congress leader Sajjan Kumar inciting the mob during the carnage.

"It is incorrect to suggest that I had not seen Sajjan Kumar in the area or that he had not addressed any gathering on that day," Nirpreet Kaur testified before additional sessions judge Sunita Gupta.

The court concluded the recording of statement of Kaur who had been examined for 13 days.

Kaur also said that she had informed CBI investigators about the place where she had seen the senior Congress leader inciting the mob during the riots.

Funny Videos / Re: Bandar hath Bandook
« on: July 18, 2011, 08:47:47 PM »
gud ai yaar

Maan-Sanmaan/Respect+ / Re: Mann sahib moderator
« on: July 18, 2011, 08:32:25 PM »
maan saahb tusi pailan hi mod c ke sub admin c ya mainu koi bhulekha hai khair eh bhulekha tusi kad dena hun te time hai celebration da congrates and party time yaaaahoooooooooooooo

ik hor galti dharam de thekedaaran di bahut der baad muslim ne sikhan da is traan virodh keeta

bahut hi sharamnaak gall hai katad lokan layi jo edan diyan harktan karde ne dilan ch hun

zakham bharan di lord hai uhna nu udern di nahi baaki allah rab ehna lokan nu sumat

bhakhshe ral mil k baithan da sbab bhakhashe aameeeeen

lol Punjab Police ne party karni hove, oh halwai pharh leyonde ne. PJ vich party karni hove, asin local mod banake ohde hathon jalebia banayidia.

hahahahaah dhaka veer eh te shareaam pailan you tube te police kudiyan nu kutdi c hun tusi mod kutonge  :D:

nai tali fer kamli :hehe:
Ha ha ha ha ha ha  . . . . .
Pehla ta ji dhanwad mere nox bai da jihne ina maan dita te fer thoda sare sajjna da jinha hungara bharya. Thax alot sarya da.
Inni tareef kiti meri oh v ikathi iko var ch k mai udd k shat vich laga :hehe: :hehe:
:D: :D:
 ok ji thoda sarya da kiha sir mathe :rabb:
Hun mainu eh v das dyo mai karna ki aa :hehe:
vaise veer hun theek te hai na koi latt baahaan te nahi tut gayi chhat ch waz ke

karna tu veer kush nahi bass har ik bande da reply karna te har roz 10 new topic paya karne hai giyan waale lol nahi te taithon power wapis lai laini hai lol  :D:

nahi veer main te gumand tordiya hai ke eh sirf tuhadi gall nahi poore Punjabiyan di gall hai PJ so ede layi kush karna haq banda

main veer har ik punjabi site te account zaroor banaona huna te kade kade replys ya koi topic zaroor paa auna huna taan ke punjabi wad-di fuldi rahe

but pj naal ziyada judiya hoiyan so ese layi edi tareef bado badi ho jaandi hai

mainu PJ gurbaani search karde nu google tonh milya c bass us din tonh ajj takk kina v bussy hovaan aunda raina time kadd ke

baaki tusi veerji ene samjdaar ho tusi hwa ch ni aa sakde

Karam singh ik sidha saadha banda hai aam zaindgi ch vicharn lagiya ik poora punjabi.. per jad koi reply karda te pta lagda ke eh banda jina sidha saadha hai uhna hi giyan de khetar ch terda v bahut hai lol means giyan de bhandaar bhare paye ne bhawein koi dharam di gall howei ja science di Karam veer da jwaab nahi main kayi waar Karam naal baihas keeti hai but har waar mainu ede views naal agree hona painda bahut doonge giyan naal bhariya Karam veer theek is tarkee da haqdaar si ............ Saadi Pyaari te Thodi Kamli walon ik hor great work for pj sahi Heere di paihchaan keeti hun te Kamli di v tarki kar ke ehnu siyani bna dena chahida ... Gud Work Kamali ....... tuhanu Karam veer bahut bahut wadayi howe te tarkeeyan maano
zindgi ch v har manzil apni fateh karo
na daro na laro
nische kar apni jeet karo

aas karde haan ke saanu hor v bahut kush sikhan nu milega .............with hope:- Jass Brar

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