Posted on 31 December 2010 by PakBee - Total hits: 70,468
Atrium 3D cinema Karachi is the first 3D digital cinema in Pakistan and following is the address of Atrium 3D cinema Karachi
Entrance from Raja Ghazanfer Ali Road,
Behind Avari Towers, 3rd Floor,
Atrium Mall Karachi, Pakistan
The sophisticated Three Multi-Screen Cinema Complex is equipped with the state of the art facilities of Digital & 35 MM projection including the world renowned Dolby Digital & DTS Surround Sound. The venue is intended to facilitate over 650 people at one time with cinema ‘A’ seating 154, cinema ‘B’ 176 and cinema ‘D’ 312 which is also additionally equipped with the D- Cinema Projection. The cinema has also been designed to be wheel chair friendly and will also provide Assistive Listening device (ADL) for hearing impaired.
Located behind Avari Towers on the 3rd Floor of Atrium Mall, it enjoys the privilege to be established as the first Multi-Screen Cinema Complex in a Mall environment, hence creating another milestone in the modernization of the Industry. The key people behind this project passionately deliver their vision for an incomparable experience. They include:
a. Mr. Younus Habib (Group Chairman) & Zahid Younus Habib – CEO & Director of the Mall/ Cinemas
b. Mr. Iqbal Machiyara / Rizwan Machiyara – Builder of the Mall/Cinemas
c. Mrs. Naheed Mashooqullah – Interior Designer of the Cinemas
d. Mr. Hussain Chagla – Technical Engineer/Consultant of the Cinemas
e. Mr. Nadeem H. Mandviwalla – Head of Atrium Cinemas Project
Posted on 31 December 2010 by PakBee - Total hits: 4,475
Akcent, right now is in Pakistan for their Pakistan tour, last night Akcent Performed in the heart of Pakistan, Lahore..!! What a boOmbastic night it was, Akcent Totally Rocked..
Akcent also said that they’re loving here in Pakistan and yesterday they updated their status that they’re having Coffee in Lahore and they’re loving it..
Akcent says that they’re feeling totally safe here in Pakistan and what they heard about Pakistan was totally wrong, and they’re loving it here and the people are very friendly, Food and Culture are great too..
Akcent Loves Pakistan and Pakistan loves them right back..
Right now, Akcent are visiting the Old Lahore City and they’re impressed by our Culture, people and the foOd..
Akcent also performed this summer in Karachi, they loved it there as well..
Posted on 31 December 2010 by PakBee - Total hits: 3,881
LONDON: A woman from Tenby is thought to be the oldest member of social networking site, Facebook.
A BBC News report highlighted Lillian Lowe, who is 103-years-old, and now thought to be the eldest member of the site after Ivy Bean from Bradford, 104 (who was also a big tweeter) passed away this summer.
Lillian used to run a hotel, but unsurprisingly has retired now, so has plenty of pottering time. Unlike most pensioners, however, her pottering is done on an iPad (which she finds easier to cope with than a laptop due to the touch interface).
The technologically aware great-grandmother has just a small collection of friends, and uses Facebook mainly to keep in touch with family. Although since she’s been handed the crown of Facebook’s oldest user, she has been inundated with congratulations, and something in the order of a thousand friend requests.
She told the Beeb: “We’ve had messages from all over the world. I’d like to say thank you very much.”
Local paper the Tenby Observer dubbed Lillian “Superhighway Gran.”
Posted on 25 December 2010 by PakBee - Total hits: 29,006
“Mein Abdul Qadir Hoon” is a unique story of a boy with a heart of gold whose life goes through many twists and turns because of people around him trying to influence him … He is an obedient son but his parents are too busy with their own lives … He befriends a girl in his neighborhood by the name of Zareen who is a spoilt and fast girl … She objects to Abdul Qadir’s beard and mustache and gradually influences him towards drinking alcohol and smoking … When he proposes to her she rejects him and a heart-broken Abdul Qadir is sent to England by his mother … !
In England Abdul Qadir totally immerses himself in the local culture and befriends Faiz, Shah Mir and Sarmad … Here accidentally he meets Nell and employs her as his housekeeper … One day he attempts to be a bit too forthcoming and sociable with her, in response to this she pleads to him in the name of God and this hits him deeply … Nell gradually brings him back to religion … !
After 9 years abroad Abdul Qadir surprises his mother on his return by sporting a beard and wearing a cap … On her enquiring he tells her that he wants to be a religious scholar … Now Meera wants to change her son and for this asks for Zareen’s help … Zareen is now divorced from her first husband and lives in poverty … Zareen agrees to help Meera due to her greed … Zareen invites Abdul Qadir to her birthday and there he learns about his mother’s planning … Heart-broken once again he goes to his mother and tells her that he wants to marry Zareen which angers Meera … Meanwhile Zareen truly falls in love with Abdul Qadir but now he wishes to have nothing to do with her … He goes to Egypt … After he leaves his mother realizes what a good son she has … She yearns for her son … One day Abdul Qadir learns that his friend Faiz, who lives in England, is close to death and his last wish is that Abdul Qadir should take his body to Pakistan … !
What happens to Abdul Qadir after his return to Pakistan? Will he forgive his mother? Will Zareen’s patience pay off?
To see what the future has in store for Abdul Qadir watch “Mein Abdul Qadir Hoon” … !
Drama Serial Director: Baber Javaid
Drama Producer: Asif Raza Mir & Baber Javaid
Posted on 23 December 2010 by PakBee - Total hits: 2,215
Skype appears to be suffering an outage.
Twitter users around the globe are taking to the social network to report that Skype is down for them. The tweets started hitting Twitter this morning and continue as of this writing. Users are also reporting that their mobile applications, including those on Android and on the iPhone, are inoperable.
I tested the Skype app on my Mac and it is down as of this writing. My Skype iPhone app is also down. CNET’s Rafe Needleman had been experiencing outage issues this morning, but said that his service was soon restored.
Update 9:18 a.m. PT: Skype wrote in an e-mail to CNET this morning that it’s “assessing the matter now and its extent. We apologize for the inconvenience caused to our users.”
Update 11:12 a.m. PT: Skype then followed that up with a blog post shedding more light on the outage.
According to the company, it “noticed that the number of people online on Skype was falling, which wasn’t typical or expected.” After investigating the issue, Skype found that “a large number of supernodes,” which act as the service’s phone directory of sorts, “were taken offline by a problem affecting some versions of Skype.”