مقامی ٹھٹہ خبریں ، پاکستان
Our Aim Foundation's work in Pakistan is helping one of the most critically in-need populations in the world.
The Thar Desert in Pakistan is among the most densely-populated in the world. It is also one of the most impoverished regions, as well. Poverty, lack of education, unreliable access to hygienic sanitation facilities and medical treatment has inspired Our AIM Foundation to partner with local Pakistanis in the Thar Desert to provide better solutions for their communities.
We at Our AIM distribute food and clothing to some of the poorest families in the region, but many in the Sindh region still go without. In the region that Thatta sits, more than 70% of people live in abject poverty.
Malnutrition is a common ailment for the children who make it into medical clinics. Still, many don't receive medical treatment. We are attempting to change that, by bringing doctors and nurses into Our AIM Foundation's site, where we are building our next Holistic Community Center.
Bringing clean, potable fresh water to the people of Thatta has been among our top priorities. We have since constructed over 150 bore-wells and personal hygiene facilities in the region, giving tens of thousands of villagers access to clean water and sanitary bathing and restroom accommodations. The HCC in Pakistan is currently under construction here as well, promises to bring all the benefits of our Malawian HCC to the people of the Thar Desert once complete.
Fetching water from a distance was cumbersome and difficult for all women of village in Sindh Pakistan.
After the installation of the bore well, one resident says:
“Now women do not need to go at a distance to the fetch water, it's available to them right around the corner. This makes them feel much more comfortable. The installation of Hand pump has enhanced our courage and morale."
By donating to Our AIM, ouraim.Org Founder Nisha Mandani, you help these children and families survive in some of the most difficult circumstances, and take a step toward climbing out of poverty. Please give generously to save lives.
Giving hope and empowering lives,
Our AIM Foundation
Latest news Thatta - here are the news of nearby cities
Let's fight against turbulence and embarrassment!
We, people, are so sympathetic rather than being empathetic people means; we feel only sorry for every worst situation, we feel only pain and just literally share our pains making the worst situation even more painful and miserable, we have only sense of pity, not compassion, compassion does mean taking an action following commiseration, we have only feelings, not initiatives, dreams, not actions.
Empathetic pain (empathy) does mean feel sorry for and get initiatives, take pity and action simultaneously to solace and succor to appease someone's sorrow and self-deception! Don't exercise only verbal compassion, verbal succor, and verbal consolation. Be proactive and assertive! Just like this, we have desperation, not inspiration; we don't get inspired by others, our fellows, our acquaintances, our bosses, our sponsors, our compatriots having more pelf or power, influence or opulence because it is all only for their status symbol, it's their privilege, it's for their limelight, sophistication, ostentation, and luxuries which enhances only their standard of living not quality of living; in return, we get nothing more but avarice, envy, jealousy, malice, grudge, rancor, sense of self-pity, frustration, and sense of deprivation which leads our society to nothing but desperation and temptation; resultantly, society gets prone to inequity, injustice, disruption, misery, discontent, and chaos! People tend to become chaotic to feel deprived and forsaken, they begin to get frustrated and desperate inimical to rather getting inspired and motivated.
You can take glaring examples of the dedicated world, i.e Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Steve Jobs, founders of Amazon, F.B. Apple, Alibaba, Google, etc. they think win-win believing in core values of altruism, humanity, philanthropy, empathy, integrity, generosity and charity having meaningful and purposeful life is the pioneers, tycoons and the torchbearer of the digital civilization! They believe in sincere returning! They transform their people, people get inspired by reading them, visiting them, listening to them, people become their followers! They practice trust, collaboration, synergy, and entrepreneurship, whereas we tread on against the laws of nature going against the grass having scarcity mentality, misanthropic thinking, fixed mindset, egoistic & pessimistic approach in almost every situation of life. This is commonly why our society creating chaos making people poorer from the poor and richer from the rich leaving behind only desperation and doldrum, inequity and frustration, retaliation and revenge that is not only causing embarrassment & disorientation here but will also become devastation and humiliation on the Doomsday the Day of the Judgment and Reckoning.
Summing up, what we need indeed is to have transforming leadership anyhow somehow as a prerequisite not to blindly follow bandwagon, herd of scoundrels and hooligans so that people could be developed and taught meaningful life, youth could be instilled with worth and values for the sake of better tomorrow free from suicides and miseries, adversity and injustice, inequity and oppression as an unprecedented gift for our young generations...
ITEM SONGS CULTURE IN ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN
In Pakistam, item songs culture actually came from India. In their movies, women who are dancing in a crowd with wearing vulgar dress for entertain and amuse men. That’s called item songs which are common in Indian movies.
But as we see in our Pakistani’s movies that also become a common item songs which is really downcast for our media industries. In past, our movies and dramas was played a very good role in our society and really liked and also gave a good message and manners to our society. But today’s we feels shame while watching latest Pakistani movies with our family. Our young generations who are social active and follow our celebrities have got a bad influence on them through watching these types of material.
Harassment cases and child abusing rate in Pakistan is rising now as compare to past. Just because when these types of material will watch in every second house in our society. So, the young mind catch only negative things and will involve in bad activities because our media openly show and sadly say, appreciate a girl wearing short dresses and vulgar dancing among men and men are hooting her but still she going to entertain them.
Pakistan was found on the name of Islam. But very wilted say we are following Hinduism culture in our movies instead of showing our Islam culture or history of Islam. This is also very disappointed thing that those famous female celebrities who have a precious image in our mind but now they are just for earn piece of paper give priority for vulgar dressing and wants to going famous even if they get a opportunity of performing in other countries.
Published by Areeba Khan
Student of Jinnah University For Women
Spatial Computing Could Be the Next Big Thing
Beyond virtual and augmented reality
Imagine Martha, an octogenarian who lives independently and uses a wheelchair. All objects in her home are digitally catalogued; all sensors and the devices that control objects have been Internet-enabled; and a digital map of her home has been merged with the object map. As Martha moves from her bedroom to the kitchen, the lights switch on, and the ambient temperature adjusts. The chair will slow if her cat crosses her path. When she reaches the kitchen, the table moves to improve her access to the refrigerator and stove, then moves back when she is ready to eat. Later, if she begins to fall when getting into bed, her furniture shifts to protect her, and an alert goes to her son and the local monitoring station.
The “spatial computing” at the heart of this scene is the next step in the ongoing convergence of the physical and digital worlds. It does everything virtual-reality and augmented-reality apps do: digitize objects that connect via the cloud; allow sensors and motors to react to one another; and digitally represent the real world. Then it combines these capabilities with high-fidelity spatial mapping to enable a computer “coordinator” to track and control the movements and interactions of objects as a person navigates through the digital or physical world. Spatial computing will soon bring human-machine and machine-machine interactions to new levels of efficiency in many walks of life, among them industry, health care, transportation and the home. Major companies, including Microsoft and Amazon, are heavily invested in the technology.
As is true of virtual and augmented reality, spatial computing builds on the “digital twin” concept familiar from computer-aided design (CAD). In CAD, engineers create a digital representation of an object. This twin can be used variously to 3-D-print the object, design new versions of it, provide virtual training on it or join it with other digital objects to create virtual worlds. Spatial computing makes digital twins not just of objects but of people and locations—using GPS, lidar (light detection and ranging), video and other geolocation technologies to create a digital map of a room, a building or a city. Software algorithms integrate this digital map with sensor data and digital representations of objects and people to create a digital world that can be observed, quantified and manipulated and that can also manipulate the real world.
Industry has already embraced the integration of dedicated sensors, digital twins and the Internet of Things to optimize productivity and will likely be an early adopter of spatial computing. The technology can add location-based tracking to a piece of equipment or an entire factory. By donning augmented-reality headsets or viewing a projected holographic image that displays not only repair instructions but also a spatial map of the machine components, workers can be guided through and around the machine to fix it as efficiently as possible—shrinking down time and its costs. Or if a technician were engaging with a virtual-reality version of a true remote site to direct several robots as they built a factory, spatial-computing algorithms could help optimize the safety, efficiency and quality of the work by improving, for example, the coordination of the robots and the selection of tasks assigned to them. In a more common scenario, fast-food and retail companies could combine spatial computing with standard industrial engineering techniques (such as time-motion analyses) to enhance the efficient flow of work.
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Tablets and Chromebooks the new hotspots for growth in the PC market
The total PC market (including tablets) enjoyed a second successive quarter of stellar growth, with total shipments of 124.5 million units, up 23% year-on-year. Lenovo led the global market with 23.5 million tablets, notebooks and desktops shipped followed closely by Apple with 22.1 million macs and iPads. HP, Dell and Samsung rounded out the top five. Chromebooks were the best performing client PC product in Q3, as shipments grew 122% to a total of 9.4 million. Detachables (tablets and notebooks) grew 88% and were the second best performing category in personal computing. Within desktops, all-in-ones grew 7% despite an overall desktop market decline of 32%.
The worldwide tablet market posted stellar growth in Q3 2020, with shipments of 44.3 million units, up 43% year-on-year. Meanwhile, Chromebook shipments hit a record high of 9.4 million units, growing 122% from a year ago. Both categories came to the fore in the context of affordable computing, as the pandemic continued to positively influence PC ownership and usage for various purposes. Vendors and channel partners shifted resource allocation towards production and distribution of tablets and Chromebooks to meet this surging demand, which is expected to continue in the short-term.
Across the board, the top five tablet vendors posted both year-on-year and quarter-on-quarter growth, a remarkable performance given the strength of shipments in Q2. Apple maintained pole position with shipments of 15.2 million units and growth of 47%. Samsung placed second with stunning growth of 80% to break the 9 million unit shipment mark for the first time since Q4 2015. Huawei built on its strong position in China and Europe with growth of 38% to secure third place with shipments of 5.1 million units. Amazon and Lenovo rounded out the top five vendors, with growth of 8% and 59% respectively.
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Coronavirus will not end, This virus is dangerous until vaccine discovered. Virus will remain with us even after treatment. Typhoid, cholera, flu killed millions of people in its time. After cure, coronavirus will be called a common disease like typhoid.
SURVIVE NOW, CRY LATER.
Nations survive in difficulties only when people are
united and ready to support each other.however
unfortunately in Pakistan, we have two classes. A
richest and poorest but rarely we find people in model
class. Approximately 50 percent of the population is
below poverty. Even they can't afford two times meal
a day. So now we are suffering from COVID-19 and we
are not full of resources to maintain our
economy. To overcome COVID-19 we had lockdown in
the whole country but the poor who earn on daily
weges are in difficulty.on the other hand, if we put an
eye on Elite class we get to know that wealth they
have is from corruption by media resources. Many of
Elite class families were not wealthy first but now
they are a billionaire and most of these got into politics
a few years back. gradually they got wealth like bill
gates. Today we get to know from Elite class families
are having NAB cases for the corruption of
billions, money laundering and land acquisition.so I get
frightened that our system has that much flaws or
the whole system I see is my illusion and there
is another system behind us.by which they
are chance for
corruption freely and no one is there to stop them.
Pakistani elite class families are mostly politicians if
we look on there life from beginning till now and try to
figure out which works are done by them that they
are billionaires today. very few in the world know people who are a billionaire in a short
time by talent and
luck. Important thing is rich people in the world
they donate for humanity and participate in
social works and
donate a big amount of there wealth. same thing
happens in Pakistan but by the model class. Elite class
avoid to donate as a fear of getting caught by NAB.
Elite class is very much Stingy in donation only
because of fear to get caught so they can donate
Anonymously and help Pakistan in this difficult time. In
this COVID-19 they can help poor and needy as we are
having lockdown in the country and save the
کیا ہمیں با اختیار محکمہ سماجی بہبود سندھ کی ضرورت ہے؟
سندھ کے تمام اضلاع میں تعلقی سطح پر غیر سرکاری تنظیموں کی سرگرمیوں کی نگرانی کے لئے ایک مناسب طریقہ کار موجودنہیں ہے ، محکمہ سوشل ویلفیئر سندھ کے تمام این جی اوز پر نظر رکھنے میں ناکام رہا تھا کیوں کہ این جی او کی رجسٹریشن کے متعدد ڈپارٹمیٹ ہیں جو بوقت رجسٹریشن کر رہے ہیں۔ وزارت صنعت ، ایس ای سی پی سمیت ایس ڈبلیو ڈی وغیرہ۔ سوشل ویلفیئر کے پاس کسی بھی سماجی کام کرنےاور سماجی مسئلے کا مؤثر طریقے سے مقابلہ کرنے کے لئے
اسٹاف جیسے ورکرز ، بچوں کی دیکھ بھال کے کارکنان ،اور معاونین موجود ہیں۔
اس محکمے کا بنیادی مقصد نچلی سطح پر فلاح فراہم کرنا ہے کیونکہ ان میں بھی صلاحیت موجود ہے۔ تاہم ، رجسٹریشن اتھارٹی کا ابہام ہمیشہ ہی عام لوگوں ، قانون نافذ کرنے والے اداروں اور یہاں تک کہ کنٹرولنگ اتھارٹی کو پریشان کرتا ہے۔ رضاکارانہ ایجنسیوں (رجسٹریشن اینڈ کنٹرول) آرڈیننس -1961 ، انڈسٹریز اینڈ کوآپریٹو سوسائٹی (سوسائٹی رجسٹریشن ایکٹ 1860) کے تحت سماجی بہبود کے محکموں سمیت سندھ حکومت کی مختلف وزارتوں اور محکموں کے ساتھ ہزاروں غیر سرکاری تنظیمیں رجسٹرڈ ہیں۔ ان میں سے بہت سارے کوآپریٹو سوسائٹیوں کے ماتحت ہیں۔ تاہم ، ان کے پاس خیراتی آرگنائزیشن کی سرگرمیوں کی نگرانی کے لئے میکانزم کا کوئی مینڈیٹ نہیں ہے۔ اس کے باوجود ، ان کے پاس معاشرے کے سلوک اور این جی اوز کے کام کی نگرانی کے لئے سوشیالوجی یا سوشل ورک کی ڈگری کے ساتھ مناسب مہارت اور مطلوبہ صلاحیت نہیں ہے۔
اس سے ڈیٹا اکٹھا کرنے میں پریشانی پیدا ہوتی ہے۔ جب انکوائری کی جاتی ہے تو ، غیر سرکاری تنظیمیں اعداد و شمار جمع کرنے سے انکار کردیتی ہیں کیونکہ وہ سوشل ویلفیئر کے ڈومین کے تحت نہیں آتی ہیں اور اس سے ایک ہی وقت میں بہت سارے محکموں سے رجسٹریشن حاصل کرکے کالی بھیڑوں کو چیریٹی فنڈز کا غلط استعمال کرنے کی راہ ہموار ہوتی ہے۔
محکمہ سوشل ویلفیئر کے پاس رضاکارانہ ایجنسیوں کے ایکٹ 1961 اور 1962 کے تحت این جی اوز کی سرگرمیوں کا مشاہدہ کرنے کے لئے ایک مناسب طریقہ کار اور افسران موجود ہیں۔ این جی او کے بہت سارے اہلکار سخت نگرانی کی لہر کے بارے میں جان چکے ہیں اور انہوں نے محکمہ سوشل ویلفیئر کے تحت اپنی تنظیموں کو رجسٹرڈ کروانے کے خلاف فیصلہ کیا ہے۔
اگر وہ محکمہ سوشل ویلفیئر کے ذریعہ اپنی این جی اوز کو رجسٹرڈ کرواتے ہیں تو ، انہیں اپنے متعلقہ محکمہ کے اسسٹنٹ ڈائریکٹر کے دفتر میں ہر سال کے بعد سالانہ آڈٹ رپورٹ ،دو ھزار روپے کی سالانہ تجدید فیس اور عہدیداروں کی انتخابی رپورٹ پیش کرنا ہوگی۔ اس کے علاوہ ، این جی او کے نام سے کی جانے والی تمام سرگرمیوں پر متعلقہ اسسٹنٹ ڈائریکٹر کے ذریعہ کڑی نگرانی کی جائے گی۔ اس طرح کے اقدامات عطیات اور دیگر متعلقہ فنڈز کے غلط استعمال کو روکتے ہیں۔
ان خدشات کی روشنی میں حال ہی میں ، سندھ چیریٹیز رجسٹریشن اینڈ ریگولیشن بل ، 2019 کو 22 نومبر ، 2019 کو سندھ کی صوبائی اسمبلی نے منظور کیا تھا اور 02 دسمبر ، 2019 کو گورنر سندھ نے اس کی منظوری دی تھی۔ اس کے ذریعہ یہ قانون سازی سندھ کے ایکٹ کے بطور شائع ہوا ہے۔
حکومت سندھ نے صوبے میں خیراتی سرگرمیوں کو منظم کرنے کے لئے ایک قانون سازی بل پاس کیا ہے۔ یہ قانون خیراتی اداروں کے پردے کے تحت کام کرتے ہوئے مجرمانہ یا سیاسی سرگرمیوں میں ملوث تنظیموں کے خلاف کارروائی کی قانونی بنیاد فراہم کرے گا۔ سندھ چیریٹیز ایکٹ 2019 خیراتی سرگرمیوں کو باقاعدہ نظر رکھے گا جس میں عطیہ کرنے والوں اور خیراتی اداروں کے لئے چندہ وصول کرنے والے افراد شامل ہیں۔
محکمہ سوشل ویلفیئر کے وزیر ، مشیر یا وزیر اعلی کا معاون خصوصی اس کمیشن کا چیئرپرسن ہوگا اور ان کی عدم موجودگی میں ، یہ وزیر اعلی کے ذریعہ نامزد کوئی دوسرا فرد ہوسکتا ہے جس نے واضح کیا ہے کہ چیریٹیز صرف چیریٹی ایکٹ کے تحت رجسٹرڈ ہوگا۔
صوبائی حکومت محکمہ سوشل ویلفیئر کے اندر سے گریڈ
20 میں درج ایک ڈائریکٹر جنرل کو کمیشن کا ڈائریکٹر جنرل مقرر کرے گی۔ اہلکار کمیشن کے سیکریٹری کی حیثیت سے بھی کام کریں گے۔ انتظامیہ اور فیصلوں کے نفاذ کا ذمہ دار۔ قانون کے مطابق ، کمیشن خیراتی اداروں پر عوام کا اعتماد اور اعتماد برقرار رکھے گا۔ اس سے چیریٹیوں کے فنڈ ریزنگ میں اندراج ، انضباط اور منظوری ہوگی۔
قانون خیراتی تنظیموں ، پرموٹروں اور فنڈ ریزنگ محکموں کو رجسٹر کرنا ضروری بناتا ہے۔ قانون میں بتایا گیا ہے کہ ڈونرز کو اپنی آمدنی کے ذرائع کے بارے میں آگاہ کرنا ہوگا۔ قانون کے تحت سندھ چیریٹی کمیشن اور چیریٹی رجسٹریشن اتھارٹی بھی قائم کیا جائے گا۔ ایکٹ میں یہ بھی تجویز کیا گیا ہے کہ وہ تمام چندہ پچاس ھزار روپے سے زائد بنکوں میں جمع کروائیں۔ اس مسودے میں تجویز کیا گیا ہے کہ ایک خیراتی تنظیم ، ٹرسٹی قانون کی خلاف ورزی پر دس لاکھ تک جرمانہ عائد کرنے کے لئے ذمہ دار ہوگی۔ سندھ چیریٹیز ایکٹ 2019 کے نفاذ کے بعد غیر رجسٹرڈ غیر منافع بخش تنظیموں کے خلاف کارروائی کا آغاز کیا جائے گا۔
ایکٹ میں ، ایک کمیشن تشکیل دینے کا انتظام کیا گیا ہے ، جس کا عنوان ہے ، ‘چیریٹیز ، رجسٹریشن اینڈ ریگولیشن کمیشن’ جس میں 12 ممبر ہوں گے ، جن میں سندھ اسمبلی کے اسپیکر کے ذریعہ نامزد دو ایم پی اے بھی شامل ہیں۔ کمیشن اپنے فرائض سرانجام دے گا ، اپنے اختیارات کا استعمال کرے گا اور مقررہ انداز میں اس کی کارروائی کرے گا۔ چیریٹی تنظیمیں اپنے تمام مالی لین دین اور خیراتی رقم اور عطیات کے بارے میں تفصیلی ریکارڈ رکھنے کے پابند ہوں گی اور کسی بھی کاروبار یا سیاسی مقصد کے لئے استعمال نہیں ہوں گی۔ کسی چیریٹی تنظیم کی تمام مالی اور سماجی سرگرمیوں کی نگرانی کی جائے گی اور سندھ چیریٹی کمیشن قانون کی خلاف ورزی پر چیریٹی کی رجسٹریشن منسوخ کرسکتا ہے۔
رضا محمد میمن
DO WE NEED TO EMPOWER SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT SINDH?
Having a proper mechanism to monitor activities of NGOs and sufficient staff at Taluka level in all the districts of Sindh, Social Welfare Department had failed to keep an eye on all the NGOs of Sindh due to hurdles of many registration authorities such as Industrial Ministry, SECP, SWD, etc. Social has not only office set-up along with Man-power but also social mobilizers such as Auxiliary Workers, Child Care Workers, Assistants to combat any hazardous. The prime aim of this department is to provide welfare at grass root level as they have capability too; however, the ambiguity of registration Authority has always troubled the general public, law enforcement agencies and even the controlling Authority. Thousands of NGOs have been registered with various ministries and departments of the Sindh government, including the departments of social welfare under the Voluntary Agencies (Registration & Control) Ordinance-1961, Industries and Cooperative Societies (Societies Registration Act-1860). Of them, many fall under cooperative societies. However, they do not have mandate for & mechanism to monitor the activities of Charitable Organization; even though, they haven’t proper skills & desired capability with the degrees of Sociology or Social Work to monitor behavior of society & the working of NGOs. This creates trouble in data collection; when enquired, the NGOs deny submitting data because they don’t fall under domain of Social Welfare and it paves the ways for black sheeps to misuse the charity funds by getting registration from many departments at the same time.
The social Welfare Department has a proper mechanism and officers to observe the activities of NGOs under the 1961 and 1962 Act of Voluntary Agencies. Many NGO officials have come to know about the wave of tough vigilance and decided against getting their organisations registered under the social welfare department. If they get their NGOs registered by the department, they will have to submit an annual audit report, the annual renewal fee of Rs2,000 and an election report of office bearers after every two years at the office of the department’s Assistant Director at their concerned Taluka. In addition, all activities carried out under the name of the NGO will be closely monitored by the relevant Assistant Director. Such steps prevent the misuse of donations and other related funds.
In light of these concerns, a good step has been taken recently, The Sindh Charities Registration and Regulation Bill, 2019 had been passed by the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on 22nd November, 2019 and assented to by the Governor of Sindh on 02nd December, 2019 is hereby published as an Act of the Legislature of Sindh.
The Government of Sindh has got passed a legislation bill to regulate charity activities in the province. The law will provide a legal basis for action against the organizations involved in criminal or political activities while operating under the veil of charity. Sindh Charities Act 2019 will regulate charity activities including those donating and those receiving donations for charity.
The minister, adviser or special assistant to the chief minister on Social Welfare Department will be the chairperson of the commission and in his absence, it may be any other person nominated by the CM that has cleared that Charities will only be registered under Charities Act. The provincial government will designate one of the Director-Generals ranked at Grade 20 from within the Social Welfare Department as the director-general of the commission. The deputed official will also work as the secretary of the commission – responsible for the administration and implementation of decisions. According to the law, the commission will maintain public trust and confidence in charities. It will register, regulate, and sanction fundraising of the charities.
The law makes it necessary to register the charity organizations, promoters and the fundraising campaigns. The donors would have to inform about their source of income, the draft of the law suggests. Sindh Charity Commission and Charity Registration Authority will also be established under the law. The draft of the bill also suggests depositing all donations above Rs 50,000 in banks. A charity organization, trustees will be liable to imposition of a fine up to one million over violation of the law, the draft proposes. After enactment of the Sindh Charities Act 2019, action will be launched against unregistered non-profit organizations. In the bill, there is a provision for the creation of a commission, titled, ‘Charities, Registration and Regulation Commission’ which will have 12 members, including two MPAs nominated by the Sindh Assembly speaker. The commission will discharge its functions, exercise its powers and conduct its proceedings in the prescribed manner. The charity organizations will be bound to keep a detailed record of their all financial transactions and the charity amount and donations will not be utilized for any business or political objective. All financial and social activities of a charity organization will be monitored and the Sindh Charity Commission could cancel the registration of a charity over violation of the law.
Raza Muhammad Memon
Social Welfare Department, Hyderabad
Tharparkar's First Ever Rapper
Roshan Tanha was born in Mithi, Tharparkar on 21st January 2001. He shifted to Islamabad with his family when he was very young and spent 14 years in Islamabad, Pakistan. He is the first ever rapper from Tharparkar and he has been promoting Tharparkar in rap scene for a long time. He has Collaborated with some Pakistani rappers like Ali Demonios, Lilrapster and Zubi Zeex. He is the Co-founder of "The Volunteers" Foundation, which was found in 2019 in order to help the poor and educate people for free. He also worked in Showbizz as Personal Assistant of Rizi Shah (Fashion Designer). In a interview he said that he has been doing rap since he was 12 years old and he started his own foundation when he was 17 years old. Roshan mentioned alot of times that Bohemia (Punjabi Rapper) is his inspiration and he started to rap after listening to Bohemia. Roshan spent his life on streets of Islamabad with gangsters and drug dealers in past. He told that once his friend got killed in front of his eyes and after that he left all that behind. Roshan released an Album called "Zamane" in 2020, in which he told alot about his life. This young guy is promoting Tharparkar and becoming hope of people in Tharparkar. In a interview Roshan was asked several questions, some of them are:
1: How did you start rapping?
Answer: I was really young when I started to write lyrics and rap. I heard Bohemia and I just felt like this is what I wanna do in my life. I was not good at studies since my childhood. So I just continued to do rap and promote my hometown Mithi, Tharparkar.
2: What was your parents reaction when you told them about your career?
Answer: At first my parents were a bit scared and confused because no one ever tried to do rap here in Tharparkar and this was a totally new thing for everybody including my family. They didn't know what rap and hiphop is. I just asked them to give me some time and Alhamdullilah my parents are supportive and they didn't try to stop me from doing anything.
3: Most of your songs are about breakup, stress and depression, seems like you have been through that?
Answer: Actually yes, I have been through a horrible time in my past but I don't really want to talk about it. Sorry
4: Are you looking forward to Collaborate with other artists?
Answer: Actually I have done afew Collaborations till now. I've Collaborated with Ali Demonios, Lil Rapster and Zubi Zeex. In Sha Allah I have some big plans for future.
5: What is the response you get from people?
Answer: There are some people who spread hate and keeps on trying to degrade me but at the same time I got some beautiful followers who support me and love me. My followers are my Family.
Roshan is spreading awareness about music and hiphop all around Tharparkar. Roshan told his fans on Instagram that his aim is to spread awareness about different problems like rape, harassment, child abuse, depression etc that happen in our society on daily basis. Roshan has showed his anger toward many Hip Hop artists like Raftaar, Ikka, Pardhaan, Yo Yo Honey Singh and many others for promoting sexual activities in their songs. Roshan says, "If an artist will influence his fans in a wrong way, their fans will do the wrong thing and the person responsible for this will be the artist".
We hope to see Pakistani Hip Hop industry grow in future.