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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Towns near NM fire, nuclear lab wary of smoke


LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (AP) — Residents downwind of a wildfire that is threatening the nation's premier nuclear-weapons laboratory are worried about the potential of a radioactive smoke plume if the flames reach thousands of barrels of waste stored in above-ground tents.

Top lab officials and fire managers said they're confident the flames won't reach key buildings or areas where radioactive waste is stored. As a last resort, foam could be sprayed on the barrels containing items that might have been contaminated through contact with radioactive materials to ensure they aren't damaged by fire, they said.

The site's manager for the National Nuclear Security Administration said he evaluated the precautions and felt comfortable. The agency oversees the lab for the Department of Energy.

"I have 170 people who validate their measures," Kevin Smith said. "They're in steel drums, on a concrete floor."

Despite the assurances, some residents remained concerned for the safety of their families and nearby communities.

"If it gets to this contamination, it's over — not just for Los Alamos, but for Santa Fe and all of us in between," said Mai Ting, a resident who lives in the valley below the desert mesas that are home to the Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Chris Valvarde, a resident of the Santa Clara Pueblo about 10 miles north of Los Alamos, questioned officials at a briefing Tuesday evening, asking whether they had evacuation plans for his community. Los Alamos, a town of 11,000, already sits empty after its residents were evacuated ahead of the blaze, which started Sunday.

The wildfire, which has swelled to nearly 95 square miles, has already sparked a spot fire at the lab. The fire Monday was quickly contained, and lab officials said no contamination was released.

Lab Director Charles McMillan said the barrels contain transuranic waste — gloves, toolboxes, tools — and other items that may have been contaminated. Top lab officials declined to say how many barrels were on site or how they are stored. An anti-nuclear group has estimated there could be up to 30,000 gallon-drums.

Los Alamos County Fire Chief Doug Tucker, whose department is responsible for protecting the lab, said the barrels are stacked about three high inside of tents on lab property.

Flames were just across the road from the southern edge of the famed lab, where scientists developed the first atomic bomb during World War II. The facility cut natural gas to some areas as a precaution. The lab will be closed through at least Thursday.

The streets of Los Alamos were empty Tuesday, with the exception of emergency vehicles and National Guard Humvees. Homeowners who had left were prepared: propane bottles were placed at the front of driveways and cars were left in the middle of parking lots, away from anything flammable.

The wildfire has destroyed 30 structures south and west of Los Alamos, for many stirring memories of a blaze in May 2000 that destroyed hundreds of homes and buildings in town.

Favorable winds have helped firefighters, who were busy trying to keep the fire from moving off Pajarito Mountain to the west of Los Alamos and into two narrow canyons that descend into the town and the lab.

"Everything is just so dry and ready to burn," Tucker said. "We need some rain. Snow would be nice." He added that even containment lines had dangerous smoldering stumps and burning roots that could easily ignite fires.

An orange glow on the mountain could be seen from Los Alamos' deserted streets. Some residents who decided to wait out the fire weren't concerned, including Mark Smith, a chemical engineer who works at the lab.

"The risk of exposure is so small. I wouldn't sit here and inhale plutonium. I may be crazy, but I'm not dumb," he said.

The lab, which employs about 15,000 people, covers more than 36 square miles and includes about 2,000 buildings at nearly four dozen sites. They include research facilities, as well as waste disposal sites.

Some facilities, including the administration building, are in Los Alamos, while others are miles from the town. Most of the buildings from the Manhattan Project that developed the first atomic bomb in the 1940s were built on what is now the town and are long gone. The spot fire Monday scorched a section known as Tech Area 49, which was used in the early 1960s for a series of underground tests with high explosives and radioactive materials.

Lab spokesman Kevin Roark said environmental specialists were monitoring air quality, but the main concern was smoke. Lab personnel and the state environment department were monitoring the air for radioactivity and particulates. The state was also working to get additional ground-based monitors and an airborne monitor.

The anti-nuclear watchdog group Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety said the fire appeared to be about 3.5 miles from a dumpsite where as many as 30,000 55-gallon drums of plutonium-contaminated waste were stored in fabric tents above ground.

Lab spokeswoman Lisa Rosendorf said a section known as Area G holds drums of cleanup from Cold War-era waste that the lab sends away for storage in weekly shipments.


Bryan reported from Albuquerque, N.M. Associated Press writers Barry Massey in Santa Fe and Mark Carlson in Phoenix contributed to this report.

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شاعر : استاد قمر جلالوی

حشر تو تم لے چکے وعدہ وفائی کے لئے
پھر مجھے دن کون سا دو گے دوہائی کے لئے

میں وہی ہوں جس کی آہِ پُر اثر مشہور تھی
اب میرے نالے ترستے ہیں رسائی کے لئے

آسماں دشمن خلافِ احباب وہ ظالم خفا
ایک میں ہی رہ گیا ہوں کیا خدائی کے لئے

ضبط کرتا ہوں تو چُبھتی ہیں قفس میں تتلیاں
قید بڑھتی ہے جو کہتا ہوں رہائی کے لئے

آپ تو کیا ہیں فرشتوں کے جگر ہل جائیں گے
جب قمرؔ محشر میں آئے گا دوہائی کے لئے


Best Qari of the World


[Hadees] -Paaki ka Bayan


USA Atom in danger... Must Read.....


Friday, June 24, 2011

Best poetry

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شاعر  : قتیل شفائی

حالات کے قدموں پہ قلندر نہیں گرتا
ٹوٹے بھی جو تارا تو زمیں پر نہیں گرتا

گرتے ہیں سمندر میں بڑے شوق سے دریا
لیکن کسی دریا میں سمندر نہیں گرتا

سمجھو وہاں پھلدار شجر کوئی نہیں ہے
وہ صحن کہ جِس میں کوئی پتھر نہیں گرتا

اِتنا تو ہوا فائدہ بارش کی کمی سے
اِس شہر میں اب کوئی پھسل کر نہیں گرتا

انعام کے لالچ میں لکھے مدح کسی کی
اتنا تو کبھی کوئی سخنور نہیں گرتا

حیراں ہے کوئی روز سے ٹھہرا ہوا پانی
تالاب میں اب کیوں کوئی کنکر نہیں گرتا

اس بندہء خوددار پہ نبیوں کا ہے سایا
جو بھوک میں بھی لقمہء تر پر نہیں گرتا

کرنا ہے جو سر معرکہِ زیست تو سُن لے
بے بازوئے حیدر، درِ خیبر نہیں گرتا

قائم ہے قتیل اب یہ میرے سر کے ستوں پر
بھونچال بھی آئے تو مرا گھر نہیں گرتا


Best poetry

اس دیس پہ سایہ ہے کسی اور بلا کا

ہے  قحط  نہ طوفاں  نہ کوئی  خوف  وبا  کا
اس دیس پہ  سایہ  ہے  کسی  اور  بلا  کا

ہر شام سسکتی ہوئی فریاد کی وادی
ہر صبح سُلگتا ہوا صحرا ہے صدا کا

اپنا تو نہیں تھا میں کبھی، اورغموں نے
مارا مجھے ایسا رہا تیرا نہ خدا کا

پھیلے ہوئے ہر سمت جہاں‌حرص و ہوس ہوں
پھولے گا پھلے گا وہاں کیا  پیڑ  وفا  کا

ہاتھوں کی لکیریں‌تجھے کیا سمت دکھائیں
سُن وقت کی آواز کو ، رُخ دیکھ ہوا کا

لُقمان و مسیحا نے بھی کوشش تو بہت کی
ہوتا ہے اثر اس پہ دعا کا نہ دوا  کا

اس بار جو نغمہ تِری یادوں‌ سے اُٹھا ہے
مشکل ہے کہ پابند ہو الفاظ و صدا کا

اتنی تِرے انصاف کی دیکھی ہیں‌ مثالیں
لگتا ہی نہیں مُلک ترا مُلک خدا  کا

سمجھا تھا وہ اندر کہیں پیوست ہے مُجھ میں
دیکھا تو مِرے ہاتھ میں آنچل تھا صبا کا


Pakistan current position in war


Thursday, June 23, 2011

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Pakistan Army is under pressure of outsiders with the help of Media

Pakistan Army is under pressure of outsiders with the help of Media, so I personally request to all group members to please support Pak Army in this tough time and stand with Pak Army.

Read following attached news and analyze the situation.

Please please support Pak Army against outsiders.....

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Regards / Admin - joinPakistan

Tuesday, June 14, 2011



Another scandal of Police happened.....WHY THIS IS GOING ON?


Corruption Treatment

agr corruption ka graph isi tarah se barhta rha to woh din door nai jb yeh awaam pagal hokr in politicians ko isi tarah beech sarak par sareaam nanga krke inko inki auqaat yaad dilaegi. INSHA ALLAH aesa din zarur aye ta k yeh din aanewale choron k liye sabaq amooz ban jaye ta k woh corruption se phle hazaar baar sochain.

How many of you THINK that it is the right way or it is not?

Police kill another person in Nishtar Colony?????


Picture of the Millennium

A Million Dollars Question

Is this kid praying for the security of Pakistan or wants to get rid of Pakistan 's leaders?

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Supreme Court of Pakistan decision on Balochistan Mining case




Friday, June 10, 2011

Govt. Report on Ranger killing


Khudara Apnay Mulk Ki Qadar Pehchano

Khudara Apnay Mulk Ki Qadar Pehchano

In a poor zoo of India, a lion was frustrated as he was offered not More than 1 kg of meat a day. 

The lion thought its prayers were answered. When one day a Dubai Zoo Manager visited the zoo and requested the zoo management to shift the lion to Dubai Zoo. 

The lion was so happy and started thinking of a central A/C environment, a goat or two every day. 

On its first day after arrival, the lion was offered a big bag, sealed very nicely for breakfast. The lion opened it quickly but was shocked to see that it contained few bananas. The lion thought that may be they cared too much  for him as they were worried about his stomach as he had recently shifted from India . 

The next day the same thing happened. On the third day gain the same food bag of bananas was delivered. 

The lion was so furious; it stopped the delivery boy and blasted at him, 'don't you know I am the lion...king of the Jungle..., what's wrong with your management? What nonsense is this? Why are you delivering bananas to me? 

The delivery boy politely said, 'Sir, I know you are the king of the jungle ... but... you have been brought here on a monkey's visa 

Moral of the Story....
You have a value in your own country only in other countries you have no value... So Respect Your Country.*

Pakistani Atomic programe and Irani President statement.


Wednesday, June 8, 2011

In Hell Fire


America is using Chemical Munitions in Drone attack on Pakistan, where is international law???

Chemical warfare (CW) involves using the toxic properties ofchemical substances as weapons. This type of warfare is distinct from Nuclear warfare and Biological warfare, which together make up NBC, the military acronym for Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (warfare or weapons). Neither of these falls under the term conventional weapons which are primarily effective due to their destructive potential. Chemical warfare does not depend uponexplosive force to achieve an objective. Rather it depends upon the unique properties of the chemical agent weaponized. A lethal agent is designed to injure or incapacitate the enemy, or deny unhindered use of a particular area of terrain. Defoliants are used to quickly kill vegetation and deny its use for cover and concealment. It can also be used against agriculture and livestock to promote hunger and starvation. With proper protective equipment, training, and decontamination measures, the primary effects of chemical weapons can be overcome. Many nations possess vast stockpiles of weaponized agents in preparation for wartime use. The threat and the perceived threat have become strategic tools in planning both measures, and counter–measures.
TEHRAN, June 8 -- Pakistani physicians and experts reported that the United States uses chemical munitions in its drone attacks on the country's civilians, Iran's Fars News Agency (FNA) said.

Given the fact that the Pakistani civilians who have come under the US drone attacks have been afflicted with different skin, optic and respiratory diseases, it can be concluded that Washington is using chemical weapons in its attacks in Pakistan, the physicians said.

"Since the missiles launched by the US drones contain dangerous chemical substances, a large number of the injured people in these attacks cannot be declared as dead or alive since they have been afflicted with complicated diseases due to the deadly chemical materials used in the missiles," a Pakistani physician, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, told FNA.

Another physician in one of the biggest hospitals in Peshawar also lamented that there is no complete information about the patients injured in the US drone attacks and transferred to the state hospitals in different cities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

Officials and political figures as well as the people in Pakistan are all furious at the US drone attacks on their country.

In April, Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Chief Lieutenant General Ahmad Shuja Pasha called for an end to Washington's air raids on Pakistan as well as an end to the US espionage operations in the country, asking Washington to pull its spies out of Pakistan.

The issue was raised by Shuja Pasha in a meeting with Leon Panetta, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, at CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia.

Political observers say that if the US ignores Islamabad's above-mentioned demands, the Pakistani Army and the ISI will cut Islamabad's cooperation with the US.

US drone attacks have escalated in Northwest Pakistan since President Barack Obama took office. More than 100 raids were reported in the area last year.

The drone attacks arouse deep and broad anger within the Pakistani population against both the US and the Pakistani government.

Many Pakistani politicians and former officials have blasted the Islamabad government for its weak stances against the US and its drone attacks on innocent Pakistani people.

Source: Bernama

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Sudani minister comments for Pakistan.


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