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July 14, 2011

Sexy Rib Tattoos 2011


Sexy Rib Tattoos 2011 / Rib Tattoos For Guys and Girls – Finding the Best Tattoo Designs Girls Sparrow Tattoo Design on Rib for 2011.



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July 5, 2011

Rib Cage Tattoos for Girls


Rib Cage Tattoos for Girls / Rib cage is a very unique place to get a tattoo. But you need to have a toned body to get this tattoo. Ideas for rib cage tattoos for girls.



July 5, 2011

Bra Styles For Big Breast Women | Bras For Big Breast Girls | Bra Styles 2011

Bra Styles For Big Breast Bra Styles For Big Breast Females

every Women can easily select it and wear it.There are many colors and styles in big bra styles for big breast size.TAke o good look of your body in mirror while buying a large size bra for you.

The women having small size can easily but bra with any style and of any company.but the  women with having a big breast always face a problem with buying a bra.They always dont feel comfortable with any bra and any company bra style.

They feels uncomfortable with ordinary style bra but pop out their breasts.They always face a problem inbuying them because many bra company donot manufacture extra large bra size well.

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Comfort is an important thing in wearing bra.you should choose a bra which gives good support to your breaste.So choosing a bra for heavy breast requires lot of care,So always carefull in buying your bras.

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July 5, 2011

A Bikini Even A Mother Could Love | Bikini For Girls | Girls In Bikini

It wasn’t until she became pregnant with her son Jo that São Paulo native Amalia Spinardi felt compelled to take the signature Brazilian bikini one step further. “I was pregnant when I decided to do the line and I wanted a bit more of a comfortable fit. I couldn’t wear the Brazilian cuts anymore,” she said of her ambition to design a modern version of the barely-there silhouette. “When you are so exposed in a bikini, your body is almost naked. You really need something that’s comfortable.” And so, Jo de Mer was born, and found a loyal following among Brazilians—even those who thought they’d never trade in their barely-theres.

In Los Angeles to introduce the line to the ladies-who-lunch crowd, Spinardi took turns explaining her near 30-piece-deep collection to the likes of Minnie Mortimer Gaghan, Ali Larter, Jennifer Meyer Maguire, and host Alexandra von Furstenberg (left, with Spinardi). Von Furstenberg, who was first introduced to the line when she was in need of a quick suit for a tropical jaunt, is just one of the many beach-bound who have taken to the line’s subtle play on the signature Brazilian heat. In addition to the best-selling, aptly named Capri string bikini, Spinardi is expanding the selection to caftans, sundresses, and beachwear for Resort. But the bikini remains the line’s resounding focus. “I want the collection to be about simple shapes with lots of texture. Using rich fabrics with simple fits. If you’re going to the beach, it has to be wearable.”—Alexis Brunswick

Photo: Donato Sardella

Tags: Girls, girls in bikini, lunch crowd, minnie mortimer, mother, wasn

July 4, 2011

Girls depict harassment through comics

Karachi: Sudrish is a student at Karachi University who often uses public transport and when she was asked to draw a comic at a workshop, she depicted a woman who was being stared at by a man at a bus stop. The woman decides to cover herself using a large Chaddar.

However, the man continues to stare. In the end she opts for a shuttlecock burqa, but even this cannot persuade the man from gawking at her.

Women are often harassed by men in all walks of city life and this was an issue that was highlighted at the ‘Being a girl in Karachi’ workshop which was organised by the World Comic Network-Pakistan.

This was the first venture of this campaign against harassment of women and the organisation plans to launch it across the country. Once the comic collection increases, there are plans of holding exhibitions and publishing a comic book, much like ‘Bolti Lakeerain’, the first comic anthology of Pakistan, which was also published by the organisation.

The idea is to distribute the comics at a mass level so that these issues are highlighted. “Even a comic which depicts women being teased in buses should be distributed at the stops,” said Nida Shams, the founder of World Comics- Pakistan.

Shams believes that though bigger issues are talked about by civil activists, everyday problems for women such as eve teasing or parents not letting girls ride bicycles should be addressed as well.

“It is a pity that while in other countries a woman’s attire is no longer an issue, in Pakistan it is one of the prime concerns that affect women,” she laments.

Shams, who has worked with women belonging to all social classes, thinks that many girls face the same problems. “A girl travelling in a private car with her driver and one who uses public transport both get leering looks,” she says.

While the nine participants talked about different issues, eve teasing remained one of the most discussed topics. Azmeena, who has long braided hair, drew herself traveling on a bus when a man pulls her locks. She yells at him in retaliation and when people inquire what the commotion is about, she is too embarrassed to explain. Her comic was named ‘What should I say now?’

Another comic shows two girls walking on the street, when a group of boys whistle at them. The girls whistle louder and two dogs emerge and chase the boys away. The participant describes her comic as one where “women take control once and for all”.

Many of the participants believe that using comics as a mode of expression was a brilliant idea. Sidra Rizvi believes that while seminars and boring lectures are forgotten, “a comic is always remembered.”

Another participant explained that “for understanding a comic you do not need to be literate. The message therefore is conveyed more effectively.” She thinks that such initiatives could prove to be a positive developmental tool in a country like Pakistan.

July 4, 2011

Girls bag top three positions in BA annual exam

KARACHI: Girls bagged the top three positions in BA Part-II and both parts (Regular) Annual Examination 2010.Controller of Examinations of the University of Karachi (KU) announced the result on Friday. Hadiya Saleem of BAMM PECHS Govt College for Women secured first position. She obtained 783 marks out of the maximum of 1,000. Her college mate Anum Rafique with 760 marks remained second. The third position went to Asia Ashraf of Khursheed Govt Girls Degree College. She got 751 marks. According to statistics, 8,848 candidates appeared in the examination and the pass percentage remained at 33.50. A KU statement said that marks certificates are being issued. app .

July 4, 2011

Girls depict harassment through comics

Karachi: Sudrish is a student at Karachi University who often uses public transport and when she was asked to draw a comic at a workshop, she depicted a woman who was being stared at by a man at a bus
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July 4, 2011

Girls depict harassment through comics

Girls depict harassment through comics
Karachi: Sudrish is a student at Karachi University who often uses public transport and when she was asked to draw a comic at a workshop, she depicted a woman who was being stared at by a man at a bus stop. The woman decides to cover herself using a large Chaddar.


However, the man continues to stare. In the end she opts for a shuttlecock burqa, but even this cannot persuade the man from gawking at her.


Women are often harassed by men in all walks of city life and this was an issue that was highlighted at the ‘Being a girl in Karachi’ workshop which was organised by the World Comic Network-Pakistan.


This was the first venture of this campaign against harassment of women and the organisation plans to launch it across the country. Once the comic collection increases, there are plans of holding exhibitions and publishing a comic book, much like ‘Bolti Lakeerain’, the first comic anthology of Pakistan, which was also published by the organisation.


The idea is to distribute the comics at a mass level so that these issues are highlighted. “Even a comic which depicts women being teased in buses should be distributed at the stops,” said Nida Shams, the founder of World Comics- Pakistan.


Shams believes that though bigger issues are talked about by civil activists, everyday problems for women such as eve teasing or parents not letting girls ride bicycles should be addressed as well.


“It is a pity that while in other countries a woman’s attire is no longer an issue, in Pakistan it is one of the prime concerns that affect women,” she laments.


Shams, who has worked with women belonging to all social classes, thinks that many girls face the same problems. “A girl travelling in a private car with her driver and one who uses public transport both get leering looks,” she says.


While the nine participants talked about different issues, eve teasing remained one of the most discussed topics. Azmeena, who has long braided hair, drew herself traveling on a bus when a man pulls her locks. She yells at him in retaliation and when people inquire what the commotion is about, she is too embarrassed to explain. Her comic was named ‘What should I say now?’


Another comic shows two girls walking on the street, when a group of boys whistle at them. The girls whistle louder and two dogs emerge and chase the boys away. The participant describes her comic as one where “women take control once and for all”.


Many of the participants believe that using comics as a mode of expression was a brilliant idea. Sidra Rizvi believes that while seminars and boring lectures are forgotten, “a comic is always remembered.”


Another participant explained that “for understanding a comic you do not need to be literate. The message therefore is conveyed more effectively.” She thinks that such initiatives could prove to be a positive developmental tool in a country like Pakistan.

June 30, 2011

Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology girls students required common rooms

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Old Aligarhian Owais Qarni visits SSUET Karachi: Owais Mustafa Qarni, an old Aligarhian and a former secretary to Sindh government, Tuesday visited Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET), established by Aligarh Muslim University Old Boys Association (AMUOB). Qarni, who is on a visit to Pakistan, said as an Aligarhian he fully endorses the

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Educational institutions come under fire Karachi, Government apathy, negligence and greed have played a large role in the dismal standard of Pakistan’s educational institutions, and as a result the nation’s graduates can only be considered as partially educated. This was the general opinion expressed at a seminar on “Role of Educational Institutions in Progress and

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SSUET mourns demise of Dr Nabi Bakhsh Baloch Karachi: Vice Chancellor of Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) Prof Dr Saiyid Nazir Ahmed has expressed his grief and sorrow over the demise of Dr Nabi Bakhsh Baloch, a member of the University’s Board of Governors, who died on Wednesday. Board members laid a

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1,044 degrees conferred in SSUET convocation Karachi: Chancellor Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET), Engr. Z.A Nizami said that the SSUET graduates were accepted for higher studies by all the leading universities of the world, in the job market, adding “Our graduates are in great demand and many of them are now holding

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KARACHI: Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) spent more than Rs 261 million on providing scholarships to some 15,000 students since its establishment in 1994-95 under an Act of Sindh government. “It is our commitment and we proved it that no student will be allowed to give up education because of mere financial

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SSUET holds Open House Education and Job Fair Karachi: An Open House-2011 titled Education and Job Fair, showcasing some 100 innovative projects prepared by the final year students of Electronics department opened at the Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) here. The open house was inaugurated by Chief Minister’s Adviser Khawaja Izharul Hasan

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SSUET to hold job and education fair on Saturday Karachi: The Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology (SSUET) is organising a ‘Job and Education Fair’ on Jan 29 at its premises. This event is being organised to prepare students to face job market and pursue post-graduate studies abroad simultaneously. During the fair students of

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Public universities National Defence University, Islamabad Virtual University of Pakistan, Lahore National University of Sciences and Technology, Rawalpindi Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Islamabad Pakistan Institute of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Islamabad National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad International Islamic University, Islamabad Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad Federal Urdu University of Arts,

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Educational institutions announce holidays Karachi: The University of Karachi (KU) and Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST) will remain closed on September 7 on account of Shab-e-Qadar and again from September 10 to September 13 on account of Eid-ul-Fitr. Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) will be closed on September

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SSUET’s new semester begins Karachi: The Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) is providing quality education to prepare them to face the challenges of modern age. This was stated by SSUET Chancellor ZA Nizami in a pre-semester meeting held to review the progress of development work and preparations for the new semester scheduled