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    @Mamoon is 23 your real age?

    I have seen your paintings in the Time Pass section of this forum. You are very talented and blunt. Keep it up. Not everyone is talented like you but remember you need to work hard to justify your talent.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhaag Viru Bhaag View Post
    @Mamoon is 23 your real age?

    I have seen your paintings in the Time Pass section of this forum. You are very talented and blunt. Keep it up. Not everyone is talented like you but remember you need to work hard to justify your talent.
    LOL thanks, yeah its my real age.

    I don't have much time for painting any more though, more focused on writing at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    LOL thanks, yeah its my real age.

    I don't have much time for painting any more though, more focused on writing at the moment.
    How do you manage to make time for writing despite all the work from medical school


    Ah, so this is what it feels like

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaz619 View Post
    How do you manage to make time for writing despite all the work from medical school
    Wrote half a novel in 6 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaz619 View Post
    How do you manage to make time for writing despite all the work from medical school
    You should give it a try too. Write a book on wrestling and entertainment.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Wrote half a novel in 6 years.
    That's still pretty good given the amount of work you have, I wouldn't be able to do that in a structured manner over a consistent period.


    Ah, so this is what it feels like

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhaag Viru Bhaag View Post
    You should give it a try too. Write a book on wrestling and entertainment.
    lmao I wish, if I did what would the book be about. Lets see, create an encyclopaedia about the divas


    Ah, so this is what it feels like

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaz619 View Post
    That's still pretty good given the amount of work you have, I wouldn't be able to do that in a structured manner over a consistent period.
    When I started to write, the ideas simply flowed in. I was writing at a great pace in the first couple of years. Have slowed down incredibly since signing up for PakPassion, which is taking most of my spare time these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    When I started to write, the ideas simply flowed in. I was writing at a great pace in the first couple of years. Have slowed down incredibly since signing up for PakPassion, which is taking most of my spare time these days.
    Did you just write without too much concern for structure or were you more focussed on getting your ideas down and the narrative. I guess they do say when you first write it should be with the heart and the then the second time you can worry about the structure etc not sure what you did. True PakPassion is addictive


    Ah, so this is what it feels like

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    When you get an idea, no matter where you are, simply write it down in bullet points. That's what I do, and that's how I came up with the plot in the first place. If you start worrying about the structure, you might lose the idea and then there's no way of retrieving it.

    Later on, you can organize it and do whatever you like.

    PakPassion is ridiculously addictive, but posting through phones makes life very convenient. Other than at night, I barely post from my laptop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    When you get an idea, no matter where you are, simply write it down in bullet points. That's what I do, and that's how I came up with the plot in the first place. If you start worrying about the structure, you might lose the idea and then there's no way of retrieving it.

    Later on, you can organize it and do whatever you like.

    PakPassion is ridiculously addictive, but posting through phones makes life very convenient. Other than at night, I barely post from my laptop.
    Via phone I find it incredibly hard.

    How do you post such long messages via phone that too without spelling errors or auto correct mess ups?


    I am not one of you. I never was. I am not one of them either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensible-indian-fan View Post
    Via phone I find it incredibly hard.

    How do you post such long messages via phone that too without spelling errors or auto correct mess ups?
    iPhone has very good auto-correct for minor mistakes, but at times it refuses to cooperate. Reviewing what you write before posting is helpful.

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    Great poster and a fantastic interview. It was on the expected lines, expect no less from Mamoon.

    A very impartial, methodical and sensible person, who debates with great civility. Qualities everyone should be proud of, keep it up, Mamoom!

    Been a long time, hopefully, now I can visit the site regularly as WC is on the cards.

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    Thanks, try to be more regular in the future. Looks like you signed up in the midst of World Cup 2011 Fever.
    Last edited by TalhaSyed; 13th February 2015 at 02:40.

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    Yes, I signed-up during last world cup, when searching for Cricket forums. I loved the site very much, but of late, occupied with some work, so not showing up regularly. Hopefully, during this world cup, I will visit the site regularly.

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    Yeah, its the best forum in the world...

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    Good interview to read and a lot of maturity - did know that you were pretty young.

    Btw, I also like to watch my cricket alone and most people find that odd when they learn that.


    The man on top of the mountain didnít fall there ó Vince Lombardi

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    ^^didnt know that you were quite young.


    The man on top of the mountain didnít fall there ó Vince Lombardi

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    I thought Mamoon was a 40 year old to be honest

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    fiantastic interview ...by the way how much time u spent on pp in a day??

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    Where is mamoon? Have been waiting for his comments on Amla bhai's inning...

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    Good interview one of my favourite posters on PP. Wonder where he has gone mamoon has gone now

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLORY OF '92 View Post
    PakPassion.net : Why do you believe Pakistani cricket will only fall down from here?

    Mamoon : There are numerous reasons, but the most important factor which has stagnated our cricket is the fact that mentally, we are still living in the 80s and 90s. Throughout the course of our history, we have had great teams in patches only Ė depending largely on individual brilliance. Unfortunately, that individual brilliance is nowhere to be found today. Cricket has changed today, and it is becoming more and more methodical and tactical, but we havenít moved on with the times, and are applying the same methods that worked for us in the past even though, we donít have players anymore of that quality.

    There is no doubt that there is very little talent left in Pakistan today and most of the young players are either not good enough or donít have enough application, but the mismanagement hasnít helped either. We have failed to utilize even the little talent that is left in the country and the highlight of this management has been the lack of future planning and throwing all eggs in one basket.

    In the period of 2012-2014, in the buildup to the World Cup, our most important batsman, pacer, spinner and all-rounders had an average age of around 35, which is a glaring example of short-term thinking. Today, the spinner is suspended, the batsman/Captain is about to retire along with one of the two main all-rounders, while the other one is in the last phase of his career as well, and now we are in panic mode because the core of the team is disintegrating and we have no replacements.


    Players make a promising start and then they fizzle out. Umar Akmal was the most exciting and talked about young batsman in the world in 2009, and today he barely makes it into the top ten, if at all. Not only do we overrate our players, but our players overrate themselves as well. The decline of a cricketer starts believing in his own hype, and thinks of himself twice the player he actually is. We keep hearing bullish statements in the press, but none of them seems to walk the talk. Other than Misbah, Shafiq and Azhar who are model professionals, I doubt if any Pakistani cricketer today is aware of the fact that he is not as good as he thinks he is. After Sarfraz smashed a few Test hundreds, a few people started considering him a better wicket-keeper batsman than Dhoni. Now if something like this ever reaches his ears, half of his career will be over at that point.

    I could go on and on, but to keep it relatively brief, the aforementioned reasons are the three highlights of why there is little hope for the future and why most importantly, our cricket declined in the first place.


    PakPassion.net : Who will be the stars of the Pakistan cricket team 10 years from now?

    Mamoon : I think the core of the youngsters that has started to develop lately will be around for the next decade. The likes of Umar, Shehzad, Maqsood, Haris, Babar, Raza, Rizwan, Gohar, Amin, Aslam, Adil etc. perhaps even Amir, if he makes a successful comeback will play for Pakistan for a long time and they are the ones who are going to form the core of the team but the problem is that majority of these players will be ĎTTFsí in the future, with people calling for their heads in a decadeís time and finding some other young Ďtalentsí to hype, essentially repeating the cycle. Other than a few, I really donít see any top class talent that will be good enough to compete with what other teams have to offer in his position, a problem that is quite prevalent in Pakistan*today. When Misbah, Shehzad, Irfan, Sarfraz and Afridi are your best batsman, opener, pacer, wicket-keeper and all-rounder respectively, it is quite obvious that you are scraping the bottom of the barrel for top quality cricketers.

    As far as captaincy is concerned, at this point, I can see someone like Haris Captain Pakistan in all three formats within the next 5-6 years.


    PakPassion.net : Considering your opinion that Ajmal won't be effective in LOIs anymore, ho do you think Pakistan should invest as a spinner in LOIs?


    Mamoon : My pick would be Zafar Gohar. I think he is a genuinely good prospect and has the tools to be a very good, Limited Overs cricketer. He seems to be someone who has a good understanding of the needs of modern day cricket, and has developed his secondary skills like batting and fielding as well, to complement his bowling which is very rare for a Pakistan cricketer.

    As far as Ajmal is concerned, we need to be less emotional and more pragmatic here. His best days are behind him and he looked past his sell-by date before he got suspended, especially in Test cricket. At the age of 37 with a new action, we need to let go of him. In any case, he hardly has 15-16 months of cricket left in him.


    PakPassion.net : Who is your favorite cricketer?

    Mamoon : A very hard question. There hasnít been one cricketer who was the ultimate player for me at all levels. As far as Pakistani players are concerned, my favorite bowler is Waqar Younis and my favorite batsman is Mohammad Yousuf without question. I also loved watching Shoaib Akhtar and Saeed Anwar back in the day.

    As far as non-Pakistani cricketers are concerned, I was a big fan of Dravid, Aravinda, Warne, Damien Martyn and Shane Bond. As far as current Pakistani and non-Pakistani players are concerned, there is no one in the Pakistani team that I truly admire at any level which sums up the state of our cricket, but Iíd probably pick Haris Sohail and Asad Shafiq. Current non-Pakistani players include Sangakkara, Mathews, Clarke, Smith, Bell, Anderson, Root, Williamson, Boult and Rahane. That would be my top ten, not necessarily in order.


    PakPassion.net : Do you prefer watching Tests, ODI or T20 cricket and why?

    Mamoon : ODI's definitely. Itís the ideal balance between Tests and ODIs and I find it a highly gripping format. Test cricket may be the premier format, but it can definitely get too tedious at times and Twenty20s are just too short. Very entertaining, but it is more of an appetizer before a full course.

    The World Cup, easily the greatest spectacle in cricket and something I would take over the number one ranking in Tests any day, also has contributed greatly to my love for ODI cricket.


    PakPassion.net : Have you ever done debating?

    Mamoon : Yes I love to, and I am up for it any time. I am not really a talkative person and not into random chitchat much, but I love to engage in discussions with people and argue on a wide array of topics and exchange ideas, as long as it remains civilized. It is important that you possess the ability and the confidence to present your viewpoint and not hold back anything just because you fear a negative reaction. You have to say what you have to, and the way people react is their prerogative, and nothing to fear.

    That is the main reason why I signed up for PakPassion and have racked up close to 50,000 posts in three years, and there is little reason why it shouldnít continue for a few more years.


    PakPassion.net : What's life in Peshawar like?

    Mamoon : Life in Peshawar is fairly good, but I think it has held me back a little in terms of my interests. For example, there is very little scope for art and literature here, and pursuing either professionally is a lost cause. I see so many broke artists and writers around me and no one is there to put them on a pedestal and give them a platform and recognition so that they can launch their careers. Iím thankful that I donít have any financial constraints and motives to paint and write, but there is no doubt that my paintings would have been better recognized in Lahore or Karachi. Iím currently writing a novel which I will complete by 2017 most likely, and having it published in the small city of Peshawar is going to be worthless, so I will have to reconsider my options. Certainly moving out of the city is not feasible at this point, due to family reasons.

    Other than that, in spite of it being the prime target of terrorists, Peshawar has come a long way in the last decade or so, in terms of infrastructure, education, health facilities etc., and is on its way up in terms of development. A good city to live in, if you want all the important privileges, but also privacy and serenity, where its small size and relatively small population definitely helps. The residential areas here are top notch.


    PakPassion.net : Have you played cricket? At what level and how good at that level? And what were you, batsman, bowler, all rounder, keeper etc?

    Mamoon : I used to play club cricket here as a top order batsman in Peshawar as a young boy, and it was quite a pain for my family because other than my Grandfather who died in 2000, absolutely no one has any interest in this game. I was quite good for my age, was obsessed with having the perfect technique and enjoyed fielding more than anything. Never bowled though, I am certain I must have been dreadful at it.

    However, unfortunately I had a severe car accident in 2004 that almost took my life. I almost broke my back and needed 3 surgeries on my right shoulder, which kept me out of any sort of physical activity for around 15 months, and I didnít go back to cricket afterwards and took up golf, which is more of a family sport. Thankfully I have fully recovered physically, and there have been no long-term repercussions.

    I come from a very academic family though, and the idea of playing any professional sport at any level was never an option, it was merely as an outlet to keep mentally and physically healthy, which I still strongly believe in today.


    PakPassion.net : Which would be your favourite era of cricket and why? Like the 80s, 90s, 00s etc.

    Mamoon : I didnít experience the 80s and the early 90s, so I canít comment. However, given the quality of players that we possessed, it must have been thrilling compared to what you have today. On the flip side, however, the lack of quality coverage and media was probably off-putting and distanced the players from the people unlike today, where they are a click away.

    I really enjoyed cricket from 1998-2007, growing up with the players I admired, including Pakistani teams full of flamboyance and quality, but after the fruitful and entertaining Inzamam-Woolmer era ended, Pakistan cricket nosedived big time. There is nothing wrong the cricketing world in general, but to see a poor Pakistan team has obviously contributed to my distaste for cricket today.


    PakPassion.net : Glass half full or half empty? Which is your approach to life ? Does it reflect in your analysis of cricket as well?

    Mamoon : In my view, the glass is neither half full nor half empty; it holds the quantity of water that you see, and the way you see it is not going to change the reality, only your perception of it. Concepts like Ďpositiveí and Ďnegativeí thinking are very shallow, because at the end of the day, there are only facts, which will not change whether you take it Ďpositivelyí or Ďnegativelyí. I firmly believe in Murphyís Law Ė Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.

    In any dimension, the probability of an unfavorable outcome will always be more likely, and hence, one should always be prepared for the worst so that they can gather the strength to deal with it. On the contrary, hoping that everything will be fine gives you a false sense of security and weakens you, which means you are no longer in a good position to deal with adversity. In any case, it is important to not linger on failures for long, or to not let go of something good, because they all come to an eventually and you have to move on.


    PakPassion.net : What is your fondest cricketing memory?

    Mamoon : In general, the Sharjah Cups of the late 90s, but in terms of specific memories, the Chennai Test in 1999 to this day remains my favorite cricketing memory, but nostalgia plays a big part admittedly. It has been 16 years and I was 8 years old only, but I still remember each and every moment and the big performances. Afridiís greatest ever knocks, Saqlainís brilliance and Tendulkarís masterclass. That match had everything, and is arguably the greatest Test ever played between Pakistan and India. Other than that, the World T20 2009, Bangalore Test 2005, ODI series win in India in 2005, and the series vs England in that year remain my favorite memories. The ODI series win in Australia in 2002 deserves a mention as well.


    PakPassion.net : Who is Pakistans brightest upcoming prospect in your view?

    Mamoon : Babar Azam without question. I think heís one batsman who canít just be good by Pakistani standards but has genuine ability to compete with the best in the world. Of course, at this moment, it is all potential and we donít have a great track-record either when it comes to developing young players, so time will tell how it pans out. Other than him, Zafar Gohar has interesting potential as well and Raza is a fine spinner too. Haris as well if he can be considered an upcoming prospect. Other than that, I donít see much great talent and the mediocrity of Pakistan remain is likely to stay put.


    PakPassion.net : Has your realist attitude ever gotten you into trouble in real life?

    Mamoon : Many, many times. What I have learned in life so far that no one likes to hear the truth and honest opinions are worthless, unless they suit you. It is best to not tell people what they do not want to hear, but at the same time, if someone seeks your advice, you have to call it as you see it, otherwise there is no point. I often get into trouble though, especially in college with the Professors, but donít get me wrong, I have absolutely no discipline issues and have never been reprimanded for misconduct, merely differences of opinion which some people deem as arrogance, which is not the case at all. My friends and family are quite used to it now.


    PakPassion.net : Who is your favourite fielder of all time?

    Mamoon : As a big fan of fielding, I have always stressed on its importance and to see how it is ignored in Pakistan cricket especially at the junior level is very disappointing. My favorite fielder of all-time would Herschelle Gibbs. He had a certain aura about him in the field, and you could see that he was in complete control of proceedings. People remain in awe of Jonty Rhodes, who changed the art of fielding forever, but quite often he came across as a bit of a showboat and someone who thrived on theatrics, and making the easy look hard for the camera. Gibbs on the other hand, made the simple look simple, and the hard look hard yet easy in its own way. It is difficult to describe, but he was a superb and interestingly arrogant fielder, which was reflected in his batting as well.


    PakPassion.net : Tell us about the best cricket match you ever attended?

    Mamoon : I like to watch cricket alone so that I can focus on the game with no one to disturb me, but the 2006 ODI vs. India in Peshawar remains the best cricket match Iíve ever watched, and sadly the last to be played in Peshawar.

    It was a privilege to watch Tendulkar at his best, notching up yet another hundred, and the young, flamboyant and brash Dhoni take the bowlers to the cleaners.

    Pakistan was off to a flyer before Kamran was dismissed, but what followed was an ODI batting masterclass between Salman Butt and Shoaib Malik and we were cruising at one point, before India pulled things back with quick wickets.

    That match is most famously remembered for Inzamam obstructing the field, which was quite hilarious in hindsight but very frustrating at that point. We held our never and won the game, but it was marred by the D/L method because such a fantastic game deserved a better closure. It was also our only win in what proved to be a sorry series.
    Very good interview by my favorite mamoon.
    I am also belongs to Peshawar ( Nowshera)
    And i wish to meet mamoon someday somehow somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mansoor3120 View Post
    Very good interview by my favorite mamoon.
    I am also belongs to Peshawar ( Nowshera)
    And i wish to meet mamoon someday somehow somewhere.
    Mamoon bhai is a very good poster and one of my favourites. But I donít genuinely believe he lives in Peshawar. The reason being is, his written English is very good. The way he structures his paragraphs and his use of words give the vibe that he is definetly living abroad.

    Would love if he could shed some light on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sher Khan View Post
    Mamoon bhai is a very good poster and one of my favourites. But I don’t genuinely believe he lives in Peshawar. The reason being is, his written English is very good. The way he structures his paragraphs and his use of words give the vibe that he is definetly living abroad.

    Would love if he could shed some light on this.
    Peshawar, like other parts of the country, has excellent private education system. Most privately educated people in Pakistan are quite comfortable with English. I also read a lot of books and articles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Peshawar, like other parts of the country, has excellent private education system. Most privately educated people in Pakistan are quite comfortable with English. I also read a lot of books and articles.
    Mamoon bro
    I want some suggestions from you.
    Will you help me ?

    I just Complete ** physics.
    Sir I studied in Urdu medium school here in Nowshera and I am just not good enough in English.
    Now i have to give many test for some government jobs and English is very compulsory for those test, what should i do now to improve my English??
    I will be very thankful of you.
    Last edited by Afhan Ali; 6th March 2019 at 13:33. Reason: Spelling mistake

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    Mamoon
    Sir i complete B-S ( equal to masters) in physics.
    In above post B-S change into **

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    Mamoon bro
    I want some suggestions from you.
    Will you help me ?

    I just Complete ** physics.
    Sir I studied in Urdu medium school here in Nowshera and I am just not good enough in English.
    Now i have to give many test for some government jobs and English is very compulsory for those test, what should i do now to improve my English??
    I will be very thankful of you.
    Of course I will try my best. Thank you for reaching out.

    Your written English appears to be fine. In fact, it is more than adequate for government level jobs. Perhaps you are more worried about your verbal English?

    The only way you can improve your spoken English is by speaking regularly. That may not sound helpful, but unfortunately it is the only way. If you cannot get a friend or a family member to help you out, try speaking English when you are alone and also record your voice.

    When it comes to speaking, always remember that confidence is the key and grammar does not matter. The only thing that matters in verbal English is the pronunciation of your words. After all, the goal is to get your message across. Also, don't try to speak very quickly - focus on pronouncing the words clearly. A lot of people are more capable of speaking good English than they think, but it is the nervousness and lack of confidence that gets the better of them.

    At this stage, you should not be speaking in English as quickly as you do in your native language. The reason we can speak our native language so quickly and fluently is because we also think in that language. However, when we speak English, we are translating our thoughts from our local language into English.

    Try to train yourself into thinking in English as well. Once you are able to do that, you will be able to speak more fluently with less hesitation. Do not worry about your accent at all - your accent will never be a problem as long as you are pronouncing the words clearly.

    When it comes to reading and writing skills, PakPassion is a wonderful platform. There are plenty of posters here who write very well. Reading their posts will help you pickup new words and the context in which they can be used. Whenever you learn new words or new expressions, incorporate them in your own writing.

    If you follow the above tips, InshAllah you will notice considerable improvement in no time. If you want a comprehensive analysis of your all-round English ability, I would advise you to take the IELTS Test. If you can get a score of 6, you are more than good enough for government jobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Of course I will try my best. Thank you for reaching out.

    Your written English appears to be fine. In fact, it is more than adequate for government level jobs. Perhaps you are more worried about your verbal English?

    The only way you can improve your spoken English is by speaking regularly. That may not sound helpful, but unfortunately it is the only way. If you cannot get a friend or a family member to help you out, try speaking English when you are alone and also record your voice.

    When it comes to speaking, always remember that confidence is the key and grammar does not matter. The only thing that matters in verbal English is the pronunciation of your words. After all, the goal is to get your message across. Also, don't try to speak very quickly - focus on pronouncing the words clearly. A lot of people are more capable of speaking good English than they think, but it is the nervousness and lack of confidence that gets the better of them.

    At this stage, you should not be speaking in English as quickly as you do in your native language. The reason we can speak our native language so quickly and fluently is because we also think in that language. However, when we speak English, we are translating our thoughts from our local language into English.

    Try to train yourself into thinking in English as well. Once you are able to do that, you will be able to speak more fluently with less hesitation. Do not worry about your accent at all - your accent will never be a problem as long as you are pronouncing the words clearly.

    When it comes to reading and writing skills, PakPassion is a wonderful platform. There are plenty of posters here who write very well. Reading their posts will help you pickup new words and the context in which they can be used. Whenever you learn new words or new expressions, incorporate them in your own writing.

    If you follow the above tips, InshAllah you will notice considerable improvement in no time. If you want a comprehensive analysis of your all-round English ability, I would advise you to take the IELTS Test. If you can get a score of 6, you are more than good enough for government jobs.
    Thank you very much bro. INSHAALLAH I will try my best and now i will be more focused on pronouncing the words.

    Mamoon indeed you are the best poster on pakpassion.
    Wish you many success in life.
    Sir I am confident about you that you will be selected as CSS officer if you want to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    Thank you very much bro. INSHAALLAH I will try my best and now i will be more focused on pronouncing the words.

    Mamoon indeed you are the best poster on pakpassion.
    Wish you many success in life.
    Sir I am confident about you that you will be selected as CSS officer if you want to.
    Thank you very much for the kind words. I wish you all the success in life.

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    Sir which Pakistani English newspaper is best for current affairs and English learning ?
    Anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    Sir which Pakistani English newspaper is best for current affairs and English learning ?
    Anyone?
    Dawn.

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    Bro, will you give me some suggestion?
    Bro, I completed B-S physics from a government college here in kpk I got 3.5cgpa as well but I just don't satisfy with myself because of some reason
    1) We class fellows don't solve much physics numerical which is an essential part of physics because physics explain everything with mathematical equations and so numerical is very important for a physics student.
    2) In our department, only one teacher was a Ph.D doctor and only he given us numerical as assignment sometimes.
    Our other 6 lecturers were just there for theory and a mathematical equation, they never ask much about numerical.
    What should I do know about my that big weakness.

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    Bro I always ask question from you because I think very high about you

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    I teach for 2 months in a private college to FSc students and i think i learn a lot with teaching
    What should i do now?
    Private teaching is good? Or i need to take admission in M Phil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    Bro, will you give me some suggestion?
    Bro, I completed B-S physics from a government college here in kpk I got 3.5cgpa as well but I just don't satisfy with myself because of some reason
    1) We class fellows don't solve much physics numerical which is an essential part of physics because physics explain everything with mathematical equations and so numerical is very important for a physics student.
    2) In our department, only one teacher was a Ph.D doctor and only he given us numerical as assignment sometimes.
    Our other 6 lecturers were just there for theory and a mathematical equation, they never ask much about numerical.
    What should I do know about my that big weakness.
    @Mamoon


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post
    Thank you for the mention. I missed this.
    @Afhan Ali, I will get back to you as soon as I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Thank you for the mention. I missed this.
    @Afhan Ali, I will get back to you as soon as I can.
    Thanks, bro
    @Mamoon
    @Abdullah719

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    Bro I always ask question from you because I think very high about you
    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    I teach for 2 months in a private college to FSc students and i think i learn a lot with teaching
    What should i do now?
    Private teaching is good? Or i need to take admission in M Phil?
    This is unrelated to my field and I have little to no expertise in Physics outside my O-Levels and FSc background. However, I can give you general advice based on how I perceive your situation. Firstly, you need to establish your long-term goals, i.e. where you see yourself in let's say 10 years time?

    Do you want to be a teacher or do you want to progress in your field and eventually go into research etc.? Once you are clear on your long-term goal, you will be able to make a decision with a clear head. At this point, it seems that you are not sure which direction you want to take.

    In life, some times we have to be practical as well. If the private college is paying you well enough and your family is dependent on your salary, I would advise you to continue with your age. As you gain more experience, you can eventually start offering private classes to Matric/O-Levels students etc. as well. Private tutors make a lot of money in Pakistan.

    Even if you can gather 20 students in a class and charge them 5,000/month for a 3-month course, you can make almost 2 lacs excluding costs etc. Some of the most experienced Math, Physics, Chemistry professors make as much as 10 lacs per month because of these private tuitions.

    However, it is of course a very mundane career. You will be teaching the same stuff over and over again and you will not learn anything new or have any kind of career progression. On the other hand, if you go for M-Phil, it will obviously help you learn more about what you are interested in, but it will cost money and there is no guarantee that you will end up with a good job.

    People will always tell you that you should do what you like and it is important to follow your dreams. However, people rarely apply it on themselves because giving advice is easy but acting on it is much harder. I will not tell you to do what you want because that is not always the right thing to do.

    Some times, we have to be practical and not follow our dreams selfishly. As I said earlier, if your family is dependent on you and the money that you are earning is actually helping your household, I would suggest that you stick with this job and grow into your profession because private teaching is a financially secure and stable profession.

    A person with a background in Physics would have been of much greater help because I cannot any kind of technical or career-oriented advice, but I hope that I was still of some help in some capacity. Please don't hesitate in asking further questions. I am always eager to help if I can.

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    One helluva poster.

    It's a treat to read your posts... Whichever thread you post in automatically makes it a must read.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    This is unrelated to my field and I have little to no expertise in Physics outside my O-Levels and FSc background. However, I can give you general advice based on how I perceive your situation. Firstly, you need to establish your long-term goals, i.e. where you see yourself in let's say 10 years time?

    Do you want to be a teacher or do you want to progress in your field and eventually go into research etc.? Once you are clear on your long-term goal, you will be able to make a decision with a clear head. At this point, it seems that you are not sure which direction you want to take.

    In life, some times we have to be practical as well. If the private college is paying you well enough and your family is dependent on your salary, I would advise you to continue with your age. As you gain more experience, you can eventually start offering private classes to Matric/O-Levels students etc. as well. Private tutors make a lot of money in Pakistan.

    Even if you can gather 20 students in a class and charge them 5,000/month for a 3-month course, you can make almost 2 lacs excluding costs etc. Some of the most experienced Math, Physics, Chemistry professors make as much as 10 lacs per month because of these private tuitions.

    However, it is of course a very mundane career. You will be teaching the same stuff over and over again and you will not learn anything new or have any kind of career progression. On the other hand, if you go for M-Phil, it will obviously help you learn more about what you are interested in, but it will cost money and there is no guarantee that you will end up with a good job.

    People will always tell you that you should do what you like and it is important to follow your dreams. However, people rarely apply it on themselves because giving advice is easy but acting on it is much harder. I will not tell you to do what you want because that is not always the right thing to do.

    Some times, we have to be practical and not follow our dreams selfishly. As I said earlier, if your family is dependent on you and the money that you are earning is actually helping your household, I would suggest that you stick with this job and grow into your profession because private teaching is a financially secure and stable profession.

    A person with a background in Physics would have been of much greater help because I cannot any kind of technical or career-oriented advice, but I hope that I was still of some help in some capacity. Please don't hesitate in asking further questions. I am always eager to help if I can.
    My family doesn't depend on me but I want to support my father ( my father is a school teacher ) because all depends on my father.

    I want to earn so that I can go for further studies on my own, my father telling me to go and take admission in M Phil but I myself want to be independent.

    I teach for 1 and a half month in a private college on Rs 14000 per month

    Thank you, bro, @Mamoon
    You are a very helpful person
    You are my favorite poster on pp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    This is unrelated to my field and I have little to no expertise in Physics outside my O-Levels and FSc background. However, I can give you general advice based on how I perceive your situation. Firstly, you need to establish your long-term goals, i.e. where you see yourself in let's say 10 years time?

    Do you want to be a teacher or do you want to progress in your field and eventually go into research etc.? Once you are clear on your long-term goal, you will be able to make a decision with a clear head. At this point, it seems that you are not sure which direction you want to take.

    In life, some times we have to be practical as well. If the private college is paying you well enough and your family is dependent on your salary, I would advise you to continue with your age. As you gain more experience, you can eventually start offering private classes to Matric/O-Levels students etc. as well. Private tutors make a lot of money in Pakistan.

    Even if you can gather 20 students in a class and charge them 5,000/month for a 3-month course, you can make almost 2 lacs excluding costs etc. Some of the most experienced Math, Physics, Chemistry professors make as much as 10 lacs per month because of these private tuitions.

    However, it is of course a very mundane career. You will be teaching the same stuff over and over again and you will not learn anything new or have any kind of career progression. On the other hand, if you go for M-Phil, it will obviously help you learn more about what you are interested in, but it will cost money and there is no guarantee that you will end up with a good job.

    People will always tell you that you should do what you like and it is important to follow your dreams. However, people rarely apply it on themselves because giving advice is easy but acting on it is much harder. I will not tell you to do what you want because that is not always the right thing to do.

    Some times, we have to be practical and not follow our dreams selfishly. As I said earlier, if your family is dependent on you and the money that you are earning is actually helping your household, I would suggest that you stick with this job and grow into your profession because private teaching is a financially secure and stable profession.

    A person with a background in Physics would have been of much greater help because I cannot any kind of technical or career-oriented advice, but I hope that I was still of some help in some capacity. Please don't hesitate in asking further questions. I am always eager to help if I can.
    A related thing to you @Mamoon as you are a MBBS

    I am actually a very depressed person from 1 and a half year because of my personal reasons( love, engagement etc) and I actually lose my confidence and don't think so I will be able to live a happy and good life.

    Bro, I am telling you this because I am always in a confused state of mind.

    Sorry bro, I think my questions are wasting your important time but actually I consider you as the person of a greatest knowledge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    A related thing to you @Mamoon as you are a MBBS

    I am actually a very depressed person from 1 and a half year because of my personal reasons( love, engagement etc) and I actually lose my confidence and don't think so I will be able to live a happy and good life.

    Bro, I am telling you this because I am always in a confused state of mind.

    Sorry bro, I think my questions are wasting your important time but actually I consider you as the person of a greatest knowledge
    Thank you for your kind words. I just try my best.

    If you would like to elaborate on the reasons why you think are the cause of your depression and low self-esteem, perhaps I might be able to help you to some extent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    My family doesn't depend on me but I want to support my father ( my father is a school teacher ) because all depends on my father.

    I want to earn so that I can go for further studies on my own, my father telling me to go and take admission in M Phil but I myself want to be independent.

    I teach for 1 and a half month in a private college on Rs 14000 per month

    Thank you, bro, @Mamoon
    You are a very helpful person
    You are my favorite poster on pp.
    Your father is doing what any considerate and selfless parent will do in this situation. He wants you to pursue your education because he feels that it is what you want, even though you are supporting him financially by teaching. Perhaps you should teach for a few years, save some money and take the burden (at least partially) of funding your education off your father's shoulders.

    Form what I understand, he is the only bread-winner in your family, so I won't advise you to quit your job.

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    @Mamoon bro, I must be honest here

    I got engaged 2 years ago don't know why but that is the biggest mistake of my life and I lose all confidence in my decisions because I am not happy with it.

    Initially, I have no planning of getting engaged before completing my studies but don't know why I got.

    I want to break my engagement but I also don't want my parents to disrespect in society because after all, we are living in Pashtun society.

    Bro, I feel that when I made mistake in one of the biggest decision of my life how could I will be able to take right steps in future

    Sorry I am talking about my personal life here but actually I am in very depressed state of mind from previous 1.5 years

    ( pachtawa bohut zyada hai )

    Is I need to meet a psychologist??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    @Mamoon bro, I must be honest here

    I got engaged 2 years ago don't know why but that is the biggest mistake of my life and I lose all confidence in my decisions because I am not happy with it.

    Initially, I have no planning of getting engaged before completing my studies but don't know why I got.

    I want to break my engagement but I also don't want my parents to disrespect in society because after all, we are living in Pashtun society.

    Bro, I feel that when I made mistake in one of the biggest decision of my life how could I will be able to take right steps in future

    Sorry I am talking about my personal life here but actually I am in very depressed state of mind from previous 1.5 years

    ( pachtawa bohut zyada hai )

    Is I need to meet a psychologist??
    In our society, long engagements are often a source of frustration and depression. Since engaged couples cannot live with each other, they donít really get to know each other and who they truly are.

    There is a wall between the couple that they cannot break, but at the same time, they are committed to each other.

    Everyone wears a mask in public, but you only get to know someone when you live with them.

    In Pakistan, there is practically very little difference between having a girlfriend and having a fiancťe. You cannot go on dates and you cannot have any kind of physical relationship. If you are going to do all of that, you will have to be secretive. You are limited to talking and texting on the phone.

    The only major difference is that now your families are involved in your relationship as well, and if you decide to break it off, there will be serious consequences.

    Quite often, the source of our depression is not what we think and if we identify the root-cause correctly, there is always room for improvement.

    Perhaps you have a problem with the nature of how engagements work in our society and not because you are unhappy with your fiancťe.

    If there is nice particularly habit of trait of herís that bothers you, I would advise you to talk to her (assuming you talk on the phone and text each other) and share your fears and doubts, because it is possible that she might be feeling the same way but is afraid of sharing with you because she doesnít know how you will react.

    However, if you can identify a particular reason due to which you do not want to marry her, I would advise you to immediately inform her and your parents.

    Yes it will be extremely difficult and these things are not well-received in our culture, but you have to remember that breaking off a marriage is ten times harder and more complicated than breaking off an engagement.

    If you want to see a specialist, by all means do so. There is a great possibility that he or she might be able to identify the source of your depression that I canít.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    In our society, long engagements are often a source of frustration and depression. Since engaged couples cannot live with each other, they donít really get to know each other and who they truly are.

    There is a wall between the couple that they cannot break, but at the same time, they are committed to each other.

    Everyone wears a mask in public, but you only get to know someone when you live with them.

    In Pakistan, there is practically very little difference between having a girlfriend and having a fiancťe. You cannot go on dates and you cannot have any kind of physical relationship. If you are going to do all of that, you will have to be secretive. You are limited to talking and texting on the phone.

    The only major difference is that now your families are involved in your relationship as well, and if you decide to break it off, there will be serious consequences.

    Quite often, the source of our depression is not what we think and if we identify the root-cause correctly, there is always room for improvement.

    Perhaps you have a problem with the nature of how engagements work in our society and not because you are unhappy with your fiancťe.

    If there is nice particularly habit of trait of herís that bothers you, I would advise you to talk to her (assuming you talk on the phone and text each other) and share your fears and doubts, because it is possible that she might be feeling the same way but is afraid of sharing with you because she doesnít know how you will react.

    However, if you can identify a particular reason due to which you do not want to marry her, I would advise you to immediately inform her and your parents.

    Yes it will be extremely difficult and these things are not well-received in our culture, but you have to remember that breaking off a marriage is ten times harder and more complicated than breaking off an engagement.

    If you want to see a specialist, by all means do so. There is a great possibility that he or she might be able to identify the source of your depression that I canít.
    Thanks, bro, as usual you are a very helpful person

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    @Mamoon have you completed your novel. If so, then I would love to know the name and where to purchase it. Btw your posts show great maturity and in depth analysis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkness View Post
    @Mamoon have you completed your novel. If so, then I would love to know the name and where to purchase it. Btw your posts show great maturity and in depth analysis
    Thank you. No sadly I haven't. I went through a prolonged writer's block and I haven't had the time to work on it for years now. I am worried I might never finish it, but I hope I am wrong.

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    @Mamoon,
    My sister has continued pain in her head from the previous 2 months, 1 month ago she had a fever so the doctor tests her malaria and test was +ive

    Could malaria fever be the reason for continues headache?

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    2 days ago she went for a specialist of stomach diseases ( Dr Hamid Ullah of Nowshera ) but until now she has still that headache as she walks some distance ( jab wo rest karti hai tu ose sar mai dard nhi hoti lekn jaise he baitti hai tu ose chakar aate been aur sar may dard hoti hai )

    The doctor said to her that fever has still present on your liver

    @Mamoon bro
    Is we need to contact a head specialist?

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    @Mamoon, I know a doctor can't be sure about a patient disease but I want your important suggestion
    Indeed I will be very thankful for you Sir @Mamoon.
    Last edited by Afhan Ali; 18th July 2019 at 23:09.

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    @Afhan Ali

    I am really sorry for the late reply. I had a very busy week and I was barely online. I hope your sister is doing better.

    Headache is a very common symptom of malaria, and it intensifies when she walks (or even sits) because she is fatigued. It is very normal for a person suffering from malaria. In my opinion, which might be completely off the mark because I am simply going by the information you provided, you do not need to contact a neurologist at this point because according to your doctor, some of the malaria parasites are still present in the liver.

    Also, can you please specify the type - is it P. alciparum or P. vivax?

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    Thanks for your reply @Mamoon

    No problem, I know you were offline.

    I don't know about the type I will specify it to you after seeing the reports.

    She has still that headache everytime.

    She had that high fever malaria 4 years ago than after 1 years she was again attack by that high fever and now this High temperature malaria is attacking her after 3,4 months.

    Is that the initial malaria virus still present in her blood?

    Now She is married and mother of 1 boy ( 2 years old)

    Malaria medicine kills those germs or if just inactive it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    Thanks for your reply @Mamoon

    No problem, I know you were offline.

    I don't know about the type I will specify it to you after seeing the reports.

    She has still that headache everytime.

    She had that high fever malaria 4 years ago than after 1 years she was again attack by that high fever and now this High temperature malaria is attacking her after 3,4 months.

    Is that the initial malaria virus still present in her blood?

    Now She is married and mother of 1 boy ( 2 years old)

    Malaria medicine kills those germs or if just inactive it?
    It is either reinfection or the parasites survived in the blood because of ineffective or inadequate treatment. However, since it is happening over and over again, I suspect it is the latter. Effective treatment of malaria would not only kill the parasites, it will also help the patient develop acquired immunity.

    I am suspecting P. vivax from your descriptions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    It is either reinfection or the parasites survived in the blood because of ineffective or inadequate treatment. However, since it is happening over and over again, I suspect it is the latter. Effective treatment of malaria would not only kill the parasites, it will also help the patient develop acquired immunity.

    I am suspecting P. vivax from your descriptions.
    Yes, you are right it will be the second case.

    According to her, Doctor tells her that you get the treatment for the killing of parasites in blood but it is still presented in the liver.

    Thank you sir @Mamoon for your response.

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    Hello @Mamoon
    I have a question

    My 4 cousins (they are brothers) have the problem of bed-wetting from childhood and still it existed but now two of the boys are 13 and 15 years old but they still have that problem
    Every one of these 4 peeing in their bed every night

    @Mamoon I am asking you this question because of there mother ask me to contact your internet friend ( you )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    Hello @Mamoon
    I have a question

    My 4 cousins (they are brothers) have the problem of bed-wetting from childhood and still it existed but now two of the boys are 13 and 15 years old but they still have that problem
    Every one of these 4 peeing in their bed every night

    @Mamoon I am asking you this question because of there mother ask me to contact your internet friend ( you )
    Bed-wetting can be inherited as well. If all four brothers have had this issue, it probably means that either of their parents had this problem in their childhood too.

    Usually, as children grow older they overcome this problem, but if it persists during their teen years or even in their 20s and 30s, it is a sign of an overactive bladder.

    As a result, they need to see a urologist and who would not only give medication but also emphasize on certain exercises that improve bladder control, for example, holding your pee for as long as possible during the day because it helps in increasing retention capacity.

    Also, it would be advisable to avoid fluid intake at least 1 hour before bedtime. To compensate, they should drink more water during the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Bed-wetting can be inherited as well. If all four brothers have had this issue, it probably means that either of their parents had this problem in their childhood too.

    Usually, as children grow older they overcome this problem, but if it persists during their teen years or even in their 20s and 30s, it is a sign of an overactive bladder.

    As a result, they need to see a urologist and who would not only give medication but also emphasize on certain exercises that improve bladder control, for example, holding your pee for as long as possible during the day because it helps in increasing retention capacity.

    Also, it would be advisable to avoid fluid intake at least 1 hour before bedtime. To compensate, they should drink more water during the day.
    Thanks, sir @Mamoon

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    Hello Sir @Mamoon

    Is there any effective treatment of epilepsy in Pakistan which can finish this disease from roots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    Hello Sir @Mamoon

    Is there any effective treatment of epilepsy in Pakistan which can finish this disease from roots?
    Yes, medication is available. However, the problem in Pakistan is that most people are misinformed and donít realize the importance of treatment. It is also quite common to consider epileptic behavior as getting possessed by a jinn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Yes, medication is available. However, the problem in Pakistan is that most people are misinformed and donít realize the importance of treatment. It is also quite common to consider epileptic behavior as getting possessed by a jinn.
    Very true
    I am living in a village of KPK and many people have this disease and most people blame jinnat for this.

    My cousin has this disease from previous 3/4 years (now he is 17 years old), after consulting a lot of peers nothing works and now they start treatment ( since 1 month ).

    As the treatment starts he was normal for 1st 20 days but now his condition is worse than before with medicine.

    @Mamoon bro please suggest me the name of any best doctor from Peshawar for this problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    Very true
    I am living in a village of KPK and many people have this disease and most people blame jinnat for this.

    My cousin has this disease from previous 3/4 years (now he is 17 years old), after consulting a lot of peers nothing works and now they start treatment ( since 1 month ).

    As the treatment starts he was normal for 1st 20 days but now his condition is worse than before with medicine.

    @Mamoon bro please suggest me the name of any best doctor from Peshawar for this problem.
    I donít think I am allowed to name a specialist here. However, I would suggest that your cousin persists with the current doctor and informs him that his conditioned has worsened.

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    Mamoon, you are sometimes critical about Pakistan. As a country what areas do you think Pakistan is doing well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lahorijat View Post
    Mamoon, you are sometimes critical about Pakistan. As a country what areas do you think Pakistan is doing well?
    That is an interesting question.

    I would say that Pakistan has finally learned to value and respect democracy. Since PPP formed government in 2008, all the elected parties have been able to complete their tenure without having their government dissolved by military coups. Even when Nawaz Sharif was disqualified in 2017, his party remained in power which was a positive sign.

    I believe that if this democratic cycle continues for another 10-15 years, we will definitely see some improvement in the country. However, the real change will only take place if the civilian government is able to supersede the military and takes charge of our foreign policy and strategic decisions. That is how a proper democracy works.

    For example, the relation between Modi and the Indian Chief is not the same as the relation between Imran and Bajwa. In India, Modi holds the real power but in Pakistan, Bajwa is the real authority. Imran is only the civilian face of the military and is working on their dictations.

    Over the long-run, Pakistan will have to find a way to elect governments without the influence of the military. As things stand, there is no chance of any party forming government if it is not on the same page as the military who decide the page number.

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    can what is good for military be what is good for civilian?

    It reminds me of big business health care in America. If patients have serious illness, you get paid hundreds of thousands dollars to treat them, but if you focus on prevention, there is not much money to be made and the doctor seems somewhat irrelevant. The military dilemma?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lahorijat View Post
    It reminds me of big business health care in America. If patients have serious illness, you get paid hundreds of thousands dollars to treat them, but if you focus on prevention, there is not much money to be made and the doctor seems somewhat irrelevant. The military dilemma?
    It cannot be. The military is the central power only when the country is at war or in perpetual conflict. To understand the roots of the dominance of the military in Pakistan, we must go back in time. When Pakistan came into being, it did not have a clear mandate and unfortunately, M. A. Jinnah passed away within 1 year.

    The All-India Muslim League was a movement and not an organized party with a proper structure and democratic values. It thrived on rhetoric from 1907 to the late 1930s after it formally adopted the Two Nation Theory after the Congress rule from 1937 to 1939. Apart from the formulation of Jinnahís fourteen points, they did not have a political manifesto that would form the basis of rule in Pakistan.

    The only thing we had in our first year were speeches by M. A. Jinnah, and we had to wait for 9 years to have a formal constitution. Since the Kashmir issue erupted immediately after independence, the military of Pakistan were able to influence our foreign and strategic policy almost immediately. As a result, they filled the power vacuum that existed from 1947 until the formulation of our first constitution.

    In comparison, India was able to form its constitution as early as 1949, which meant that there was no power vacuum for its military to fill.

    Since 1947, Pakistani military has been able to maintain itself as the central power through coups, rigged elections and dictation of foreign/strategic policies. They have ensured that Pakistan maintains and sustains its hostile relations with India in order to maintain their stronghold on the civilian government.

    Letís assume that Pakistan and India are able to put their differences aside and reach a mutual agreement on the Kashmir issue. Improved relations with India would by extension improve Pakistanís relations with Bangladesh and Afghanistan.

    Furthermore, letís also assume that we are finally able to give the people of the former FATA district and Balochistan their due rights. This would have a very positive impact on the civilians of Pakistan, but the military will suffer in multiple ways.

    They will get a smaller share from the budget, we will spend less on defense equipment, our army chief will no longer have the need to make luxury trips to foreign countries to discuss strategic matters, DG ISPR will lose his celebrity status, army officers will no longer be able to enjoy lavish lifestyles and will not get acres of land after retirement. More importantly, their business empire will crumble.

    This is clearly not something that they want, which is why they have ensured that they remain the most powerful institution in the country. True change will only come when a political party is able to win the election without military backing and make it clear to the army chief that he is the subordinate of the Prime Minister and the President. However, that day is not coming any time soon, if ever.

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    @Mamoon
    Hope everything will be fine with you

    Bro I have a question

    My uncle had some problems in his nick for last 30 days, then we take an appointment with a doctor he recommended some x rays and RF factor test and the RF factor test was found REACTIVE.

    After that Doctor recommend a RF Quantitive test and now I got the result of the test and RF Quantitive test shows 18.2 result which is higher than 14.

    We will meet the doctor on Monday.

    Now my question is that
    " Does my uncle is on the way for some dangerous disease?"

    I also found that RF factor shows antibodies for disease of Joints and my uncle have also got nick from.

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    @Mamoon
    I am waiting for you response
    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    @Mamoon
    Hope everything will be fine with you

    Bro I have a question

    My uncle had some problems in his nick for last 30 days, then we take an appointment with a doctor he recommended some x rays and RF factor test and the RF factor test was found REACTIVE.

    After that Doctor recommend a RF Quantitive test and now I got the result of the test and RF Quantitive test shows 18.2 result which is higher than 14.

    We will meet the doctor on Monday.

    Now my question is that
    " Does my uncle is on the way for some dangerous disease?"

    I also found that RF factor shows antibodies for disease of Joints and my uncle have also got nick from.
    I am doing well, thank you. I hope you are fine as well.

    Based on the information available, I believe that your uncle has Rheumatoid Arthritis. It is a lifelong condition but not something that will greatly impact his life, provided that he adheres to medication in addition to physiotherapy.

    High RF (>14) can also indicate cancer, but it is very, very unusual so I donít think you have to worry about it at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    I am doing well, thank you. I hope you are fine as well.

    Based on the information available, I believe that your uncle has Rheumatoid Arthritis. It is a lifelong condition but not something that will greatly impact his life, provided that he adheres to medication in addition to physiotherapy.

    High RF (>14) can also indicate cancer, but it is very, very unusual so I don’t think you have to worry about it at this point.
    RF is not that inportant in diagnosis of rheumatoid , signs and symptoms along with anti CCP is important. @Mamoon which disease has relationship with RF, I mean malignant disease?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRsohail View Post
    RF is not that inportant in diagnosis of rheumatoid , signs and symptoms along with anti CCP is important. @Mamoon which disease has relationship with RF, I mean malignant disease?
    It is not very important but the symptoms (joint pain) indicate that it is RA. Leukemia can also be reflected in high RF but it is obviously not a very reliable method of deduction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    I am doing well, thank you. I hope you are fine as well.

    Based on the information available, I believe that your uncle has Rheumatoid Arthritis. It is a lifelong condition but not something that will greatly impact his life, provided that he adheres to medication in addition to physiotherapy.

    High RF (>14) can also indicate cancer, but it is very, very unusual so I donít think you have to worry about it at this point.
    I am also doing well
    Thanks bro


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