Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Why didn’t the media address corruption before Anna?


Anant Rangaswami Aug 29, 2011


Why didn’t the media address corruption before Anna?
The free press in India failed India by not keeping the pressure on the other three estates – the legislative, the government and the judiciary – over decades. Reuters

We’ve questioned the acts of omission and commission by the government, by the Congress party and by politicians in general. We’ve debated the stand taken by Anna Hazare and the wisdom behind, and the appropriateness of the strategy employed by Hazare and his team. We’ve dissected every statement and action by all these worthies, we’ve questioned their intent and their commitment, we’ve looked for hidden agendas and we’ve rapped them on the knuckles for transgressions.
What about the role that media has played? Who puts the news media under a microscope to check if all is well?
News television is patting itself on the back on the contribution to a victory for Team Anna and, consequently, for the people of India.
The self-congratulation is misplaced; Anna Hazare’s movement was born because all news media, including television,  had failed him – and the people of India.
A free press is one of the pillars of a democracy, the pillar that influences the legislature, the judiciary and the government. Has it played the role expected of it?
Numerous observers have emphasized that a free press is valuable for democracy, for good governance, and for human development. This perspective is exemplified by Amartya Sen’s famous argument that in independent and democratic countries, the free press encourages government responsiveness to public concerns, by highlighting cases of famine and natural disasters. “…in the terrible history of famines in the world, no substantial famine has ever occurred in any independent and democratic country with a relatively free press,” says a Harvard study on the role of the press in democracy.

Media has failed as the Fourth Estate. Reuters
“A free press is not a luxury. A free press is at the absolute core of equitable development, because if you cannot enfranchise poor people, if they do not have a right to expression, if there is no searchlight on corruption and inequitable practices, you cannot build the public consensus needed to bring about change,” James D Wolfensen, former head of the International Monetary Fund, is quoted as saying in the same study.
In theory, we have a free press inIndia, and the fourth estate should have encouraged ‘government responsiveness to public concerns’ and should have helped build ‘the public consciousness needed to bring about change’. The free press in India failed India in this instance, by not keeping the pressure on the other three estates – the legislative, the government and the judiciary – over decades.
While media certainly needs to be congratulated on cornering various governments on the larger cases of corruption, such as the 2G scam, the CWG scam, the mining scam and so on, they paid scant attention to the culture of corruption that directly affected the common man – a constituency that Anna Hazare understands well.
The failure of the news media in this area was what Anna Hazare spotted in the first place – and the power of the media witnessed in the scams highlighted above is one that he both recognised and understood. In effect, for the common man, Anna Hazare became the Fourth Estate, using news media, firstly, to raise awareness about the issue of corruption and, secondly, to force the legislative and the government into acting on the issue.
None of this would have succeeded unless Anna Hazare had understood the pulse of the people in his choice of cause. Hazare saw what media failed to see. As a result, the media coverage on the Lokpal Bill over the past few months, but more so since Anna Hazare’s fast began, has followed a timeline and an agenda set by Anna Hazare. Anna Hazare became the cynosure of all eyes, the embodiment of trust and honesty – and the one that the populace could rely on in their battle against corruption.
Did they even know that they had a battle? No, not till Hazare told them.
This is where media has failed as the Fourth Estate. The media should have highlighted the issue in a sustained campaign years ago, pressurizing the political classes into action. They should have created and presented their version of a Lokpal Bill. They should have forced the houses of Parliament to debate the issue.
Instead, a media without power or influence is the tail of the dog, wagged by all those who can give them more eyeballs, be they politicians or representatives of civil society. Like the politician, the media could not ‘occupy’ the position of being honest and caring about the people. Where were they (as far as corruption was concerned) all these years?
So it will stay in the present instance – unless news media does what it is supposed to do. Instead of relaxing during a break between acts in this riveting drama, media must help citizens understand the nuances (and differences) between the various versions of the Lokpal Bill and, as a consequence, take a position on who is fighting their fight.
Going beyond the Lokpal Bill, news media needs to re-own the role that society defined for it. Not just the India that lives in the metros in comfortable houses, but the India that lives just above (and below) subsistence levels of income.
What are the issues that affect them the most? Anna Hazare himself has highlighted some: land policy, election-related corruption, education, and so on.
These – and others – are all opportunities for the Fourth Estate to demonstrate that they understand and fight for the causes of the common man. This is not simple; investments need to be made to first understand areas of the government and the legislature failing the common man, then to highlight these issues and their ramifications and, finally, to pressurise the government and law-makers into action.
Failure to do so will result in many Anna Hazares leading many causes across the country, defining agendas that are set and executed by them – and followed by the media.
That would be a sad commentary on the Fourth Estate.

Salman Khan

Salman: My father thinks my best is yet to come


Salman Khan
    
Sonil Dedhia in Mumbai
Salman Khan is a phenomenon. He always was. There's no genre he hasn't attempted, he has an incredible fan following and he delivered some of the highest grossing films in the past couple of years.
Quite interestingly though, the star's father -- noted scriptwriter Salim Khan -- is of the opinion that his best is yet to come 
In an exclusive interview with Sonil Dedhia, Salman raves about his film Bodyguard, shrugs off his disastrous previous pairing with Bodyguard co-star Kareena Kapoor, and clears the rumours about the Sanjay Dutt spat.
Your father Salim Khan has said that your best is yet to come.
If he says so, then I guess my best is yet to come.
After three blockbusters (Wanted, Dabangg and Ready), do you feel you have what it takes to deliver a blockbuster?
The audience has to love my work for a film to be a hit. It is they who declare the film a hit or a flop. We make films so that people get entertained. Cinema is the biggest form of entertainment in India and I am just giving what my fans and the audience wants.
Did the success of Wanted and Dabangg prompt you to release Bodyguard on Eid?
Bodyguard was ready and the best date to release was Eid. It's all about releasing a film on a good day or during the festive season when people are happy and want to go out with their family and friends and want to enjoy.


Image: Salman Khan

Bollywood cheers Anna Hazare




Shilpa Shetty
   
On Sunday, Bollywood stars cheered anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare's triumph against corruption.
Shilpa Shetty tweeted: 'Heartfelt salutations and gratitude to Annaji and all the people with him 4 the selfless fight they've put up on our behalf. RESPECT!'
Preity Zinta called it a golden day: 'Today is a golden day 4 each Indian ! Its now r job 2 see that we do not lose momentum & finish what V started with Anna. JAI HIND !'
Punit Malhotra wrote: 'Finally Anna won.. finally the people of India won. A 74yr old man showed us the way, we need to walk on it... Now let's take this forward:)'
Mahesh Bhatt, who was against Anna's movement, tweeted his wishes: 'Congrats to Anna. The Govt did not have the moral courage to lock horns with his movement because their hands were stained with blood.'
Lara Dutta praised Anna: 'Anna's fight is in every home. This will impact every1 of us for years to come!In my life I hope I'm able 2 keep this alive in my small way.'
Karan Johar tweeted: 'The peoples hurricane hits the government!! And there is no shelter this time...ANNA HAZARE is a storm to reckon with!! RESPECT!!!'
Bipasha Basu also cheered Anna: 'Anna is our true leader n his spirit hs made evry1 conscious tht v cn do away with corruption n need nt accept it as a part of r lives. Big step forward for India n all of us.'
Shabana Azmi applauded him: 'To a new beginning. Let's applaud Anna for leading the people of India into a nonviolent show of strength.I'm proud to be an Indian. Jai Ho.'
Hema Malini wrote: 'People power is recognised by the parliament. Victory to both. Anna s dream has come true.'
Abhishek Bachchan tweeted: 'One man unites an entire nation. Peacefully
Image: Shilpa Shetty
Photographs: David Moir/Reuters

Friday, August 26, 2011

Anna Hazare

New Delhi



Cong MPs give Lokpal notice in LS; new crisis emergesAgencies
 


Anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare speaks during a rally at Ram Lila grounds in New Delhi. Hazare......
Debate on all versions of Lokpal Bill is likely to be held on Saturday, according to report on Friday. The modalities of the resolution and debate is reportedly being worked upon even as Anna Hazare's indefinite fast for a strong Lokpal entered the 11th day on Friday. Three Congress MPs Jagdambika Pal, Anu Tandon and Sanjay Nirupam have given notice to Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar for Jan Lokpal Bill debate under Rule 193, which does not entail voting. Earlier in the day, parliamentary affairs minister P K Bansal said a discussion on Janlokpal bill as demanded by Anna Hazare may not be possible in Lok Sabha during the day but added that nothing can be ruled out.
"I am not saying that there will be no discussion but it looks less likely today because of other businesses, including private members' bill," he said.
Asked whether this meant that there will be no discussion, the minsiter said "no, I am not saying that. There will be a discussion but it has to be decided when and how to do it."
Meanwhile, Team Anna stuck to its stand saying that Anna Hazare will not call off his fast till the government sends a written assurance on the three sticky points whereas the government wants Hazare to promise he will end fast once the debate begins in Parliament.
According to TV reports, the government has asked Team Anna to redraft its Jan Lokpal Bill.
On Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's assurances on Thursday on a discussion in the House and the situation in view of the deteriorating health of Hazare, he said, he would also like the Gandhian to call off his fast.
Asked whether he rules out the possibility of the discussion today, Bansal said he was not ruling out such a possibility because it can be worked out and if a decision is taken, media will get to know.
"I hope Anna's health does not deteriorate further and he breaks his fast. The Prime Minister appealed emotionally to him yesterday that the nation is with you. What more can Parliament do," he said as the Gandhian's fast for a strong Lokpal entered the 11th day.
Meanwhile, Rahul Gandhi has met the Prime Minister reportedly to discuss the Lokpal Bill issue.

Very few social activists have captured the attention of Indians across the globe as Anna Hazare did during his "fast unto death" over the issue of the Lokpal Bill in New Delhi in April 2011. Hazare, a Gandhian by belief, outlook and practice, has become the face of India's fight against corruption. During his fast over the Lokpal Bill, Hazare, a quintessential traditional Indian by looks and mannerism, managed to inspire and mobilize the support of even the ultra-modern Indians - Indians for whom the word "social" only means having a profile on social networking sites. The "Anna Hazare fast" can be described as the first real "social networking movement" in India. Hazare, a former Army man, began his social activism from Ralegan Siddhi, a village in Ahmednagar district in Maharashtra, where he successfully led a movement against alcoholism and made Ralegan Siddhi a "model village". Hazare's campaign was instrumental in the implementation of the Right to Information Act in Maharashtra, which is considered one of the best RTI Acts in India. A Ramon Magsaysay award winner, Anna Hazare, like his idol, Mahatma Gandhi, has triggered a debate over the use of fast as a means of protest in India. By sheer commitment and simplicity, he has demonstrated that Gandhian principles are relevant even in the 21st-century India.


Anna Hazare has his way, govt agrees to debate his Lokpal Bill demands in Parliament

 

A supporter of Hazare flaunts his mask
Police detain Anna Hazare's supporters from outside the PM's residence.
Hopes of an end to anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare's fast brightened on Thursday as the government agreed to a Parliament debate on his demands related to the Lokpal Bill.
Debate on Anna's demands on Friday
Anna Hazare
Anna Hazare at Ramlila Maidan.
Sources said the government was ready to initiate a Parliament debate from Friday on Hazare's three demands: the inclusion of lower bureaucracy under Lokpal, a citizens' charter and setting up of state Lokayuktas.

The debate will take place under Rule 184 and will be followed by a resolution passed by the House, in which many of Hazare's demands may eventually get included.

3 versions of Lokpal Bill to be debated
Law Minister Salman Khurshid said Parliament will also discuss three versions of the Lokpal Bill. These are Hazare's Jan Lokpal Bill, National Advisory Council member Aruna Roy's version of the Lokpal bill and another version presented by Andhra Pradesh MLA Jayprakash Narayan.

"We will discuss three versions of the bill and we are hopeful that all the sticking issues will be sorted out," Khurshid said.

Anna's fastThe Parliament debate, however, does not mean that Hazare will end his fast immediately. Hazare's associate Kiran Bedi said the social activist will not end his fast till the three key issues flagged by his group are resolved.

"Anna, as I heard, will end his fast only if resolutions on the three issues are passed by Parliament," Bedi tweeted.

Hazare's associates and the government had been locked in hard bargaining for several days over the three contentious issues, but without success. After a complete breakdown of talks on Wednesday night, Hazare on Thursday hinted that he could end his fast if the government agreed to initiate a Parliament debate on his demands.

"I can consider ending my fast, if there is consensus on the three issues we have raised. A discussion should start on Lokpal from tomorrow (Friday) in Parliament," he told the gathering at Ramlila Maidan.

But Hazare made it clear that the protests at Ramlila Maidan would continue. "Even if I end my fast, my dharna will continue till all my demands are accepted by the government," he said.

The fasting Gandhian had earlier sought a written assurance from the government that the three contentious issues be discussed in Parliament in a time-bound manner.  Team Anna meets BJP leadersHazare's team met BJP leader L.K. Advani on the eve of the Parliament debate and claimed that the party broadly agreed to their views on the Jan Lokpal Bill.
"The meeting was positive. We exchanged our concerns," said Kejriwal.
BJP chief Nitin Gadkari said, "The BJP backs Anna's campaign against corruption in and outside Parliament. We appeal to the government to resolve the crisis."
BJP leader Arun Jaitley said that the discussions were held on resolving the crisis within the ambit of the consitution. "Their approach towards the talks was constructive. If the government is sincere, all issues can be resolved," Jaitley said.

Team Anna warns of 'Dilli Chalo' stir
Hazare's associates had in the morning accused "some strong elements" in the government and the Congress's "internal politics" of nullifying the entire dialogue process on the Jan Lokpal Bill.

Arvind Kejriwal, a key associate of Hazare, warned of a 'Dilli Chalo' campaign. "If there is no resolution by Saturday, we will give a call to people across the country to come and camp in Delhi until the Jan Lokpal Bill is passed," Kejriwal said.

While Hazare's team threatend to intensify its agitation, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj and Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar appealed to him in Parliament to call off his fast.

Be rational: PM to Hazare
Manmohan Singh
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh speaks in Rajya Sabha.
Singh urged Hazare to adopt a "more rational approach" with regard to his Lokpal Bill demands.

Rejecting Hazare's deadline for passage of the Jan Lokpal Bill, he said: "It is the duty of Parliament to pass a law only after its members have had reasonable time and opportunity to hear a wide range of public opinions and apply their minds to its various provisions."

Singh agreed that the views of the entire civil society must be presented along with the government draft of the Lokpal Bill to Parliament for consideration. "However, Anna Hazareji and his supporters insist that the Jan Lokpal Bill, which perhaps reflects one section of views, must be passed in this session of Parliament itself and without referring it to the Standing Committee," he said.

Can't trust govt: Anna
Anna Hazare at Ramlila Maidan
Anna Hazare says he suspects the government's intentions.
Hazare thanked the government for showing its understanding in the House and for saluting him for his efforts. But he added that he did not trust the government.

"I suspect the intention of the government. It says something and does something else. If the government really appreciates my efforts, why did it wait for me to fast for 10 days? Why did it not do anything six months ago when I raised the matter?" he asked.

Hazare questioned the Opposition parties for their silence on the Lokpal issue. He called upon the people to continue picketing MPs. "I request people to gherao homes of all MPs," he said.

Anna writes to PMResponding to Singh's appeal in Parliament, Hazare wrote a letter to the prime minister. It was carried to Singh by Congress leader Vilasrao Deshmukh, who had been rushed to the Ramlila Maidan to engage Hazare.

Singh discussed the ongoing crisis with Deshmukh, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee and Law Minister Salman Khurshid.

Chidambaram, Sibal played spoiler: Team Anna
Stating that they were ready to hold talks in an "honest and sincere manner", Hazare's associates had in the morning alleged that Home Minister P. Chidambaram and HRD Minister Kapil Sibal's tough posturing caused the breakdown of talks on Wednesday night.

"It appears there are some strong elements in the government who want to nullify the entire dialogue process... We were told that during a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs (CCPA), Chidambaram and Sibal were completely opposed to any kind of agreement or any kind of dialogue," said Kejriwal.

Arvind Kejriwal
Arvind Kejriwal speaks to the media at Ramlila Maidan.
"We are becoming victims of Congress's internal politics. Day before yesterday, the talks were positive, but (Law Minister) Salman Khurshid told us that there was a lot of fighting in the CCPA meeting. Chidambaram and Sibal said in the meeting that there should be no dialogue with us and we should be tackled with a tough hand," he alleged.

'Who do we talk to?'Hazare's team said it was no longer clear who they should talk to. Kejriwal said if the CCPA and government can "ignore" the views of a senior leader like Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, the government's chief negotiator, then who should they talk to.

According to activist Kiran Bedi, "Who should we talk to? Who is in control? We can talk only if there is somebody who is capable of making decisions. Who will take the decisions? Today in this country, who do we speak to?"

Khurshid hardens stand
Anna Hazare supporters
An anti-corruption protest in Ahmedabad.
But Law Minister Salman Khurshid maintained that the government was always willing to talk. "The government is willing to talk. We have opened the path. If they want to talk, they can talk," he said.

Reacting to Bedi's comments, Khurshid said, "We were talking to them. If they have doubts, find somebody else."

Khurshid said the government was deeply concerned about Hazare's health and its "door wide was open for discussions".

Rahul Gandhi concerned
Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi said he was concerned over the Lokpal logjam.

On the other side, the prime minister said "nothing should be done to undermine Parliamentary democracy".

I will not die till we get Lokpal Bill: Anna

Anna Hazare supporters
Supporters of Anna Hazare at the Ramlila Maidan.
A resolute Hazare on Thursday addressed the crowd at Ramlila Maidan again. "I am sure I will not die till we get Lokpal Bill. There is nothing to worry about my health," he said.

Hazare had on Wednesday night urged his supporters at Ramlila Maidan not to stop the police in case he was forcibly evicted and instead turn their protest to picketing of MPs' homes.

"My appeal to you is to please maintain peace. If they evict me, please don't stop them. If you stop them, violence may break out. We will maintain calm. Doesn't matter if I have to go to jail," Hazare had said.

Anna down 6 kgNaresh Trehan, head of the team of doctors monitoring Hazare's health, said on Thursday evening that he was stable but had lost six kg.

"Anna Hazare has lost six kg and there is need to keep a strict vigil on his health. The team of the doctors will keep monitoring his health the entire night," Dr Trehan said. .

Manish Tewari apologises to HazareCongress spokesperson Manish Tewari apologised to Hazare for calling him "corrupt" and urged him to call off his indefinite fast. "I know some of my recent utterances have hurt Mr Hazare. I regret the same and I would like to appeal to him as a citizen of this country to end his fast," Tewari said. "In the course of political cut and thrust, certain things are inadvertently said, which cause pain," he said.

Team Anna distorting facts: Pranab
Anna Hazare supporters
Supporters of Anna Hazare in Delhi.
Pranab Mukherjee said in Lok Sabha that Hazare's representatives were "distorting" facts on Wednesday night's discussions. He denied saying that Hazare's fast was the problem of the civil society.

"I appealed to him to break his fast," Pranab said, adding that the "nation requires a robust and healthy Hazare".

"What has appeared was totally distorted. No (such) word was said. I did not say a word (to that effect)," he said.

 

 

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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

DARD-BHARI-SMS



Dosti
Nigaho Me Or Koi Dosti Ke Kabil Na Raha,
Is Kinare Ka Or Koi Sahil Na Raha
Chand Jaisa Dost Mila Hume Zamin Par,
Aasma Ka Chand Bhi Ab Deedar K Kabil Nahi Raha….

Bewafa Shayari
Hanskar Woh Gamm Ki Saza Dete Hain,
Zeher Main Thoda Sa Pyar Mila Dete Hain,
Jab Bhi Naam Aata Hain Unke Diwano Ka,
Log Meri Taraf Ungliyan Utha Dete Hain……!!!…
Dard Shayari
Jab Aapka Naam Juban Par Aata Hai,
Pata Nahi Dil Kyo Muskurata Hai.
Tasalli Hoti Hai Mann Ko Koi To Hai Apna
Jo Haste Hue Har Waqt Yaad Aata Hai …

Sad Hindi SMS
Ajnabi Duniya Me Akela Khwab Hu Mei!
Sawalo Se Ghira Ek Jawab Hu Mei!
Jo Na Samajh Sake Unke Lie Koun?
Jo Samajhe Unke Lie Ek Kitaab Hu Mei …
So Sweet SMS in Hindi
Us Dil Se Pyar Karo Jo Tumhe Dard De,
Per Us Dil Ko Kabhi Dard Na Do Jo Tumhe Pyar Kare,
Kyuki Tum Duniya Ke Liye Koi Ek Ho,
Per Kisi Ek Ke Liye Sari Duniya Ho….
Dard Shayari
Dard Kitne Hain Bata Nahi Sakta
Zakhm Kitne Hain Dikha Nhai Sakta
Ankhon Se Samjh Sako To Samjh Lo
Ansoon Gire Hain Kitne Gina Nahi Sakta …
Kambkhat isaq ne aaj hame rula diya...
Kambkhat isaq ne aaj hame rula diya,
jispe marte the usine bhula diya,
mene bhi uaski yaad bhula ne liye pita gaya,
ek din jalim ne usme bhi zaher mila diya…


Dard Shayari
Palko ke kinare humne bhigoye hi nahi,
woh sochte hai hum roye hi nahi,
woh puchte hai khwabon me kise dekhte ho,
hum hai ki ek umr se soye hi nahi…
Dard Shayari
Pyaar Nahi Hota…
Dard hai dil mein par ehsaas nahi hota,
Rota hai dil jab woh paas nahi hota;
Barbaad ho gaye hum unki mohabbat mein,
Aur woh kehte hain ki is tarah pyaar nahi hota!

Ai mere humnashin chal kahin aur chal,
Is chaman mein ab apna guzaara nahin,
Baat hoti phoolon tak to seh lete hum,
Ab to kaanton pe bhi haq hamara nahin.
`
Yeh shaam itnee tanha kyon hoti hai…..
Aur kismat se apnee sabko shikayat kyon hoti hai…
Ajeeb khel khelti hai ye kismat bhi….
Jinhe hum paa nahin sakte…
Usseise mohabbat kyon hoti hai….
`
Wo muzh se pooch raha tha batao kaisa laga,
Tum peechle zakhm ko chodo,Yeh ghao kaisa laga…
Ajab sawal kyia andhiyon ne patton se,
Shajar se toot ke Girna batao kaisa Laga?????
`
Mili Thodi Si Khushi To Mila Ke Pee Gaye,
Nahi Thay Hum Bhi Kal Tak Peene Ke Aadi,
Sharaab Ko Tanha Dekha To usper Taras Khaa Ke Pee Gaye.
Gham Mila To Ghabraa Ke Pee Gaye..
`
Mar jaoon main agar, to aansu mat bahana,
bas kafan ki jagah apna dupatta chada jana,
koi pooche ki rog kya tha,
to sir jhuka ke mohabbat bata jana.
Broken Heart SMS
Log apna bana k chor detey hain,
Apno se rishta tod k ghairon se jod detey hain,
Ham toa ik phool na tod saktey,
Najaney log dil kaisey tod detey hain….
`
Is dil ke har dhadkan ka ehsaas ho tum.
Tum kya jaano hamare liye kitne khaas ho tum.
juda ho k tumne hame maut se bhi battar sazaa di hai,
Phir bhi is tadapte dil ne tumhe khush rehne ki duaaein di hai.
`
Aap ko pa ker ab khona nahi chahtay,
Itna khush ho k ab rona nahi chahtay,
Ye aalam hai hamara aap ki judai mein,
Aankho mein neend hai aur sona nahi chahtay..
`
Kaha koi aisa mila jispe dil luta dete,
har ek ne dhoka diya kis-kisko bhula dete,
apne dil ka dard dil hi mein dabaye rakhe hain,
karte bayan to mehfil ko rula dete.
`
Ae nadan dil rotay nahi hai,
Kuch apnay ho k bhi pas hotay nahi hai,
Zara say fasly per udasi kaisi?
Dil ma basny wale kabhi door hotay nahi hai..
`
Mehkhane me jam tut jata he,
ishq me Dil tut jata he,
Na jane kya rishta hai in Dono me,
jam tute to ishq yaad Aata hai,
Dil tute to jam yaad Aata hai. . .
`
Aaj Q kisi ki yaad sone nahi deti
Is zamane ki bandish b rone nahi deti
Kesi kashish hai teri
Jo tujhe mera aur mujhe kisi aur ka h?ne nahi deti.
`
Jhuki nazron se ikrar mat krna,
Nazre utha kr inkar mat krna,
Raat bhar tarapte ho kisi ki yadon me,
Or dosron ko kehte ho kisi se pyar na krna??.!!
Tears SMS in Hindi
Mohabbat
K Sapney
Dekhata Boht Hy,
Wo Raaton
Ko Mujh Ko
Jagata Bhi Boht Hy,
Me Aankhon
Me KajaL
Lagaon Tu Kese?
In Aankhon
Ko ZaLim RuLata Bhi Tu Boht Hai…
Broken Heart SMS in Hindi Logo
Haal dekh kar mera khuda bhi tadap jayega,
Jab bhi hogi bewaffai ki baat nujhe bhi koi bhoola yaad aayega,
Are apno ne kya kami rakhi jo ab koi anjan sitam dhayega,
Mat chu palkon ko Hai itna dard isme ke tera daaman bheeg jayega…
`
Nazar chahti hai didaar karna,
dil chahta hai pyaar karna,
kya batayein is dil ka aalam,
naseeb mein likha hai intezar karna.
`
Ussey yaad karun toh aankh bhar aati hai,
Meri mohabbat mujhe hi rulati hai,
Uske bina hoon udass main,
Bheer mein bhi tanha hoon main…
`
Pehle bhi kabhi suni thi, ye pyaar ki baatein,
Pehle bhi dil ko bahut dukhaya hai.
Aaj phir tumne kuredein hain, wo zakhm,
Aaj phir iss dil ko tumne rulaya hai…
`
Aap to chand ho jise sab yaad karte hai
Aur hamari kismat to taro jaisi hai
Humein yaad karna to door…
Log apni khawahish ke liye
Hamare tutne ki fariyad karte hai…
Broken Heart SMS in Hindi
Wo Waqt wo lamhe Kuch ajeeb Honge
Duniya me hum khush Naseeb honge
Door se jab Itna Yaad karte hai aapko
Kya Hoga Jab aap humare Kareeb honge?
`
Dil tootna sazaa hai mohabbat ki,
dil jodna ada hai dosti ki.
Maange jo kurbani woh hai mohabbat,
jo bin maange ho jaye kurban wo hai dosti hamari.
`
Bahane bahane se aapki baat karte hai
har pal aapko mehsus karte hai
itni baar to aap saans bhi nahi lete honge
jitni baar hum aaapko yaad karte hai!
`
Khud Ko Khud Ki Khabar Na Lagay
Koi Achha Bhi Is Qadar Na Lagay
Aap Ko Dekha Hai Bas Us Nazar Say
Jis Nazar Say Aap Ko Nazar Na Lagay
`
Kalam tha haath mey likhna sikhaya apne
Takat thi haath mey hausla dilaya apne,
Manzil thi saamne raasta dikhaya apne,
Hum to sirf dost the,
AASHIQ BANAYA aap ne!
`
Ye aarzu nahi ke kisi ko bhulaye hum
Na tamanna ke kisi ko rulaye hum.
Par dua hai uss rab se,
jisko jitna yaad karte hain,
usko utna yaad aayein hum.
`
Betaab tamannao ki kasak rehney do,
Manzil ko paney ki kasak rehney do,
Aap chahe raho nazron sey door,
Par meri aankhon mein apni ek jhalak rehney do.


DARD BHARI SMS
Indian Girls
Khamoshi Bool Padi
Meri Khamoshi Bool Padi Mere Dil Ki ZubanHokar
Bataye Aasoun Ne Mere Aankh Se RawanaHokar
Sunaya Naa Dil Ka Haal Zuban Se Zamane Ke Darr Se
Sunaya Ab Apna Haal-E-Dil Hum Bezuban Hokar
Chupa Lete Hain Hum Apni Aah Ko Apne Hi Seene Mein
Magar Darti Hoon Phat Jaye Ye Aatish Fishan Hokar
Taluq Toot Gaye Subse….Unse Milte Lekin…..
Ke Ab Tho Reh Gaye Hum Sabse Naa Aashna Hokar
To Ab Badhega Humari Qismat Ka Tara Bhi
Kabhi Chamkegi Qismat Bhi Humari Kehkashan Hokar
Mangte Rehenge Milne Ki Dua Tumhari Rubb Se
Kabhi Rehmat Woh Farmayega Humpe Meherbaan Ho Ke
Thanks Best Regards
Written By
Mrs Rubina Yasmeen
Tumko to bhul jayenge magar
tumhari yaadein kaise bhulayenge
jab bhi hogi pehli baarish
tumko samne payenge
woh bundo se bhara chehra
tumhara hum kaise dekh payenge
bahegi jab bhi sard hawaein
hum khud ko tanha payenge
ehsaas tumhare saath ka
hum kaise mehsoos kar payenge
is daudti hui zindagi mein
to hum bilkul hi ruk hi jayenge
thaam lo hume thamne se pehle
hum kaise yun ji payenge
le dubega ye dard humein
aur hum jeete ji mar jayenge…


Ansu Ho Jo Tere Daman Mein To Unhe Ankhon Tak Na Lana,
Alfazon Ki Shyahi Se Unhen Hum Tak Pahuchana..,
Sambhalega Yeh Sagar Teri Ankh Ke Har moti Ko Kuch Is Tarah..,
Ki Banjaye Har Moti meri zindagi Ka Khazana…!

Tum dil se hamein yon pukara na karo,
Yon tum hamein ishara na karo,
Door hain tumse ye majburi hai hamari,
Tum tanhaiyon mein yun tadpaya na karo.
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Door ho jane se rishtey nahi tootte,
Na hi sirf paas rahne se judte,
Ye to dilon ke bandhan hain,
Isiliye hum tumhein aur tum hamein nahi bhoolte
`
Yuhi aankhon se ansu bahte nahi,
Kisi aur ko hum apna kahte nahi,
Ek tum hi ho jo ruk se gaye ho zindagi mein,
Varna rukne ke liye hum kisi ko kahte nahi.
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Re: Senti shayari & sms Collection
Hua jo gam tumhein, dard kahi aur hoga,
Hanso jo tum, khush koi aur hoga,
Socho to zara us anjaan ke bare mein,
Vo anjaan mere sivaa aur kaun hoga ?
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Koi subah aati hai tumhari yaad lekar,
Koi shaam jati hai tumhari yaad dekar,
Hamein to us subah ka intezaar hai,
Jo aaye tumhein saath lekar
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Har kisi ko milta nahi pyar ka maza,
Naseeb valon ko milta hai ye meetha zaher mohabbat ka,
Bharosa rakhna apne pyar pe,
Bin bharose vala pyar tikta nahi is sansar mein.

Jalate hai hum apne dil ko diye ki tarah
Teri Zindagi main khushiyon ki roshni lane ke liye
Seh jate hai har chubhan ko apne pairon tale
Teri Rahon main phool bhichane ke liye..
`
Yun durr rehkar duriyon ko badaya nahi karte,
Apne deewano ko sataya nahi karte,
Har waqt bas jise tumhara khyal ho,
Usey apni awaaz ke liye tadpaya nahi karte..
`
Yakin har rishte ki buniyaad hota hain ,
tut jaaye agar to judna mushkil hota hain ,
kehna aasan hain humain yakin nahi hain tumpe,
lekin dard is cheez ka be-panah hota hain.
`
Aansu ko bahot samjhaya tanhai me aaya karo,
Mehfil me hamara mazak na udaya karo,
Ispar aansu tadap kar bola,
Bhari mehfil mein aapka dil akela na rahe,
Itna bus usse samjhaya karo..
`
Gam me hasne valoko kabhi rulaya nahi jata,
Lehro se pani ko kabhi hataya nahi jata,
hone vale ho jate he khud hi dil se apne ,
Kisiko kehkar apna banaya nhi jata……,

Kisiko apna banane me der lagti hai,
ek vada nibhane me der lagti hai,
pyar to pal bhar me ho jata hai,
magar unhe bhulane me umar lagti hai..
`
Jaan se bhi zyada unhe pyar kiya karte the,
yaad unhe din rat kiya karte the,
ab un raho se guzra nahi jata,
jaha baith kar unka intezaar kiya karte the.!
`
Unki julfo ke tale hum zamana bhula dete hain,
vo ek nazar se kitne armaan jaga dete hain,
ishq to unko bhi hai humse ye jaanta hain hum,
phir bhi na kah kar kyoin vo iss dil ko saza dete hain
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Muskan tere Hoton Se Kabhi Jaaye Na,
Aansun tere Palkon Pe Kabhi Aaye na,
Poora Ho tera Har Khwab,
Aur Jo Poora na Ho Woh Khwab Kabhi Aaye Na…
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Na misaal milegi tere husn ki iss kaynaat main,
tu itni kasis bhari khoobsurti kahain se layi hai,
labo hain maykhane aur ankhain chalakte pamane,
aye khuda jaane aaj kis kis ki shamat aye hai.

Duniya khatam hoti nahi mamuli toofano se,
Isse to qayamat chahiye.
Mehsoos nahi hota hai mujhe apna gum,
Hume to zamane ka dard chahiye.