why pakistan facing water crises?

Pakistan could “run dry” by 2025 as its water shortage is reaching an alarming level. The authorities remain negligent about the crisis that’s posing a serious threat to the country’s stability, reports Shah Meer Baloch.

According to a recent report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Pakistan ranks third in the world among countries facing acute water shortage. Reports by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR) also warn the authorities that the South Asian country will reach absolute water scarcity by 2025.

“No person in Pakistan, whether from the north with its more than 5,000 glaciers, or from the south with its ‘hyper deserts,’ will be immune to this [scarcity],” said Neil Buhne, UN humanitarian coordinator for Pakistan.

Researchers predict that Pakistan is on its way to becoming the most water-stressed country in the region by the year 2040.

It is not the first time that development and research organizations have alerted Pakistani authorities about an impending crisis, which some analysts say poses a bigger threat to the country than terrorism.

In 2016, PCRWR reported that Pakistan touched the “water stress line” in 1990 and crossed the “water scarcity line” in 2005. If this situation persists, Pakistan is likely to face an acute water shortage or a drought-like situation in the near future, according to PCRWR, which is affiliated with the South Asian country’s Ministry of Science and Technology

A water-intensive country

Pakistan has the world’s fourth-highest rate of water use. Its water intensity rate — the amount of water, in cubic meters, used per unit of GDP — is the world’s highest. This suggests that no country’s economy is more water-intensive than Pakistan’s.

According to the IMF, Pakistan’s per capita annual water availability is 1,017 cubic meters — perilously close to the scarcity threshold of 1,000 cubic meters. Back in 2009, Pakistan’s water availability was about 1,500 cubic meters.

The bulk of Pakistan’s farmland is irrigated through a canal system, but the IMF says in a report that canal water is vastly underpriced, recovering only a quarter of annual operating and maintenance costs. Meanwhile, agriculture, which consumes almost all annual available surface water, is largely untaxed.

Experts say that population growth and urbanization are the main reasons behind the crisis. The issue has also been exacerbated by climate change, poor water management and a lack of political will to deal with the crisis.

“Pakistan is approaching the scarcity threshold for water. What is even more disturbing is that groundwater supplies — the last resort of water supply — are being rapidly depleted. And worst of all is that the authorities have given no indication that they plan to do anything about any of this,” Michael Kugelman, South Asia expert at the Washington-based Woodrow Wilson Center, told DW in a 2015 interview.

Qazi Talhat, a secretary at the Ministry of Water Resources, told DW the situation is “scary” for Pakistan.

Water scarcity is also triggering security conflicts in the country. Experts say the economic impact of the water crisis is immense, and the people are fighting for resources.

Climate change

Water scarcity in Pakistan has been accompanied by rising temperatures. In May, at least 65 people died from heatstroke in the southern city of Karachi. In 2015, at least 1,200 people died during a spate of extremely hot weather.

“Heat waves and droughts in Pakistan are a result of climate change,” Mian Ahmed Naeem Salik, an environmental expert and research fellow at the Institute of Strategic Studies in Islamabad, told DW.

“The monsoon season has become erratic in the past few years. The winter season has shrunk from four to two months in many parts of the country. On top of it, Pakistan cannot save floodwater due to a scarcity of dams,” Salik said. “At the time of Pakistan’s birth in 1947, forests accounted for about 5 percent of the nation’s area, but they have now dropped to only 2 percent. Pakistan must invest in building water reservoirs and plant more trees,” he added.

Water politics

The Tarbela and Mangla dams, the country’s two major water reservoirs, reached their “dead” levels last week, according to media reports. The news sparked a debate on social media over the inaction of authorities in the face of this crisis.

“We have only two big reservoirs and we can save water only for 30 days. India can store water for 190 days whereas the US can do it for 900 days,” Muhammad Khalid Rana, a spokesman for the Indus River System Authority (IRSA), told DW.

“Pakistan receives around 145 million acre feet of water every year but can only save 13.7 million acre feet. Pakistan needs 40 million acre feet of water but 29 million acre feet of our floodwater is wasted because we have few dams. New Delhi raised this issue with international bodies, arguing that it should be allowed to use the western rivers because Pakistan can’t use them properly,” Rana said.

In 1960, the World Bank brokered the Indus Water Treaty (IWT) that gives Pakistan exclusive rights to use the region’s western rivers — Indus, Jhelum and Chenaub — while India has the authority over three eastern rivers.

Kugelman says that the Pakistani authorities need to step up efforts to overcome the water crisis, which is partly man-made. “First of all, Pakistan’s leaders and stakeholders need to take ownership of this challenge and declare their intention to tackle it. Simply blaming previous governments, or blaming India, for the crisis won’t solve anything. Next, the government needs to institute a major paradigm shift that promotes more judicious use of water,” Kugelman emphasized

Wastage of water

Apart from the water storage issue, experts say that water wastage is also a big issue in the country. Abid Suleri, executive director of the Islamabad-based Sustainable Development Policy Institute, says the mismanagement takes place at many levels.

As the water crisis worsens in Pakistan, foreign diplomats and activists have taken to social media, urging people to save water.

“Using a bucket to save water while washing my car! #Pakistan ranks third amongst countries facing water shortage. One major reason is excessive use. 100 liters wasted washing a car with running tap water. Many ways to #SaveWater in our daily life! #SaveWaterforPak,” Martin Kobler, German ambassador to Pakistan, wrote on Twitter.

In April, former PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi announced Pakistan’s first National Water Policy, promising consolidated efforts to tackle the water crisis.

But experts are skeptical about the authorities will to deal with the issue. The country will hold general elections on July 25 and there is an interim government currently in place. Water crisis is a priority neither for the caretaker government nor for the political parties contesting the polls.

solution of  crises in pakistan

In case of all scarcity of water , we have a option which we can used for remove the problem of water in pakistan, pakistan has two main dams “diamer basha dam” and mohmand dam” which have capacity to scare the water crises ,

the function of these dams are as follows:


The main function of the dam is water storage, irrigation and generation of electricity

  • Production of 4,500 megawatts of electricity by harnessing the water.
  • Storage of an extra 8,500,000 acre feet (10.5 km3) of water for Pakistan that would be used for irrigation and drinking
  • Extend the life of Tarbela Dam located downstream by 35 years
  • Control flood damage by the River Indus downstream during high floods
  • Availability of about 6,400,000 acre feet (7.9 km3) annual surface face water storage for supplementing irrigation supplies during low flow periods.
  • Harnessing of renewable source of clean and cheap energy through installed capacity of 4500 MW
  • Reduction of dependence on environmentally damaging thermal power
  • Short and long term employment opportunities, particularly to locals, during the construction (15,000 jobs) and operation phase
  • Creation of massive infrastructure leading to overall socio-economic uplift of the area and standard of living of people


Salient Features
 Dam Type  Concrete faced rockfill
 Height of Dam  700 ft
 Storage Capacity  1.293 MAF
 Live Storage Capacity   0.676 MAF
 CCA  16,737 Acres
 Power Generation  800 MW
 Execution by  WAPDA
 Donor Agency  Rs.122.860 million by GoP and Rs. 815 million by afd


the honourable great Cheif justice of PAKISTAN “Mian saqib nisar ” taken step to build these dams and supereme court of pakistan create an account for funding for developement ,

everyone can easily donate in a bank or online service the detail of the bank are as follow

Fund Raising Status for Supreme Court of Pakistan Diamer Basha And Mohmand Dam Fund

Dated: 2-August-2018
Bank: State Bank of Pakistan
Account No: 03-593-299999-001-4
IBAN: PK06SBPP0035932999990014
Total Amount: Rs. 549,309,613
(Five hundred forty-nine million three hundred nine thousand six hundred thirteen rupees)


please donate , not for pakistan, only for humanity ….

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Google pays homage to Fatima Surayya Bajia on 88th birthday with doodle

KARACHI: Google is paying tribute to Pakistan’s legendary playwright Fatima Surayya Bajia with its doodle feature on her 88th birthday (September 1). Google honours prominent personalities and occasions with special logos that it calls ‘doodles’.

In the past, Google also paid tribute to Pakistan’s prominent personalities, Mehdi Hassan, Nusrat Fateh Ali khan, Abdul Sattar Edhi, Noor Jehan, Nazia Hassan and many others.

Surayya Bajia was born in Indian city of Hyderabad on September 1, 1930. She, along with her family, migrated to Pakistan after the partition of the sub-continent.

Bajia had acquired extensive knowledge of Arabic, Persian, English and Urdu literature and history at home through without having any formal degree. When her grandfather and father died in Karachi, she took up the responsibility of looking after her younger siblings.

She brought all her siblings up with care and made them all receive a good education almost all of them successfully carved out their own identity in separate fields of art and culture.

Her brother Anwar Maqsood became a satirist and playwright, her sister Zehra Nigah became a renowned poetess while Zubaida Tariq turned into a cooking expert.

She received numerous awards, including the Pride of Performance Award for her services to the performing arts in Pakistan. In 2012, she was awarded Hilal-i-Imtiaz by President of Pakistan. Besides the local awards, she was given the highest civil award of Japan.

She breathed her last on February 10, 2016 at the age of 85.

Salute to the great novelist Fatima surayya baji❤

Imran Khan: From cricket hero to Pakistani PM


Imran Khan is a former international cricket star who has promised a “new Pakistan” and an end to corruption after claiming victory in the 2018 general election.

The charismatic captain who led Pakistan to a World Cup victory in 1992 has long shed his celebrity playboy image and now styles himself as a pious, populist, anti-poverty reformer.

Mr Khan, 65, struggled for years to turn popular support into electoral gains. He launched his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in 1996 but he was the only candidate in the party to win a seat in 2002. The PTI boycotted the 2008 vote.

Although he has long been one of Pakistan’s best-known faces internationally, he spent years on the political sidelines. That led to teasing – for some Imran Khan became “Imran Khan’t”.

It took until the last general election in 2013 for his party to emerge as a serious player, when it narrowly missed becoming the second largest party nationally.

But five years on, he has won an election in Pakistan, a nuclear-armed Islamic republic and a potential flashpoint because of its rocky relations with India and Afghanistan.

Imran Khan in the 92 World Cup, 27 March 1992

During the campaign, Mr Khan faced accusations – which he denied – that he was the military’s favoured candidate and that its intelligence service was working behind the scenes against his key rivals.

He needed an electoral swing of epic proportions to finally bring his political dreams to fruition.

The PTI held just under one-tenth of the 342 seats in the National Assembly. It had to make huge gains in the crucial province of Punjab, which has more than half of the 272 directly-elected seats and is the power base of ousted former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party.

In the end Mr Khan’s PTI party dominated the election, winning 116 of the 272 seats up for grabs and trouncing the PML-N. The PTI has partnered with several smaller parties to form a majority in parliament.

‘Playboy image’

Oxford-educated Mr Khan had an illustrious career in international cricket spanning two decades from the 1970s.

He also developed a reputation as something of a playboy on the London nightclub circuit, though he denies that he ever drank alcohol or engaged in any activities that may be considered inappropriate for a conservative Pakistani Muslim.

Many say his subsequent forays into the fields of philanthropy and politics were fuelled by a desire to put to use the leadership qualities and goodwill he acquired as a cricketer.

His pin-up looks and private life have ensured he’s been a favourite of the world’s media for decades.

Diana, Princess of Wales, is welcomed to Lahore by Imran and Jemima Khan in Apri 1996
Image captionImran Khan married Jemima Goldsmith, seen here with Princess Diana, in 1995

In 1995, at the age of 43, he married the 21-year-old British heiress, Jemima Goldsmith – the daughter of one of the world’s richest men at the time, Sir James Goldsmith.

The marriage produced two boys but was dissolved in 2004. The split was amicable, and Mr Khan appears to have maintained a friendly relationship with his ex-wife.

A second marriage in 2015, to journalist Reham Khan, lasted less than a year. The former BBC weather presenter alleges she was bullied by his supporters and has written a tell-all memoir.

It has been making waves in Pakistan, where its publication was put on hold by the courts in the run-up to the election.

Mr Khan wed again in 2018 in a low-profile ceremony in Lahore.

His third wife Bushra Watto, a mother of five, was described as his spiritual adviser, and observers say the match plays well with his public shows of devotion to Islam.

As a politician, Imran Khan’s views have often shifted or been vague. Many accuse him of U-turns. What he will actually do in power is largely unclear.

Supporters of Pakistani cricket star-turned-politician and head of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan, cheer and wave flags during a rally during the last campaign day, in Lahore, on July 23, 2018
Image captionImran Khan supporters think their time has come

He upholds liberalism but at the same time appeals to Islamic values and anti-West sentiment, especially when it comes to perceived interference in Pakistan’s internal affairs. He campaigned vocally against US drone strikes against militants in Pakistan’s tribal areas as part of the “war on terror”.

He has criticised some of the Taliban’s violence but last year his party’s government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province gave $3m (£2.3m) to the notorious Haqqania madrassa. Its head, Maulana Sami-ul Haq, is known as the “father of the Taliban”. Imran Khan has had to fight off taunts he should be called “Taliban Khan”.

But it’s his campaign against corruption and dynastic politics in Pakistan, and a promise to raise a whole new class of “clean” politicians, that seems to have chimed with his supporters.

He has sought to ride a wave of disillusionment at Pakistan’s old political order, particularly among the urban middle class and young voters, who are tired of living in a country with an economy and currency on the slide, and water and power supplies in constant crisis.

The main target of his anti-corruption campaign has been his arch-rival Nawaz Sharif.

The Panama Papers leak in 2015 revealed several of Mr Sharif’s children had links to offshore companies which were allegedly used to channel funds and buy foreign assets.

That moment provided Imran Khan with his big chance – and he seized it.

His campaign against the Sharifs saw him threaten to blockade the capital with his supporters. Nawaz Sharif was ousted from the office of prime minister in 2017 and is now behind bars, sentenced to 10 years in prison by an anti-corruption court. The Sharifs maintain the charges are politically motivated.

With his main rival down but not out, Imran Khan redoubled his efforts to woo politicians with dependable vote banks to his camp. Critics say many of the so-called “electables” were coerced into defecting, charges the military and PTI deny.

Mr Khan has rejected persistent claims that the powerful military manipulated the poll in support of his campaign.

He told the BBC in May: “The current military chief, General Bajwa, is probably the most pro-democratic man we have ever seen.”

How he might get on with the military in the longer term remains an open question.

If he really wants to tackle some of Pakistan’s root problems, he may find himself on a collision course with the establishment, as previous governments have discovered.

Never give up

These 10 Stories Will Remind You To Never Give Up On Your Dreams10-famous-personalities1


I get inspired by reading stories of entrepreneurs, inventors and leaders and how they overcame many failures and rejections, so I’ve put together 10 famous personalities who truly inspire me and I’m sure they will inspire you too — no matter your journey.

Mind you, these people weren’t born with a silver spoon in their mouth (except for Franklin Roosevelt).

Here are the 10 personalities who have overcome the odds:

1) Thomas Edison


First on the list is Thomas Edison. Have you ever felt discouraged just because you failed, maybe once or twice?

Did your teacher called you stupid just because you can’t answer a simple math problem? Got fired from your job? Well, you’re not alone!

Sir Thomas Edison isn’t as intelligent as you thought he was. In fact, during his early days, even his teachers told him that he’s “too dumb to learn anything and there’s no hope for him.”

He even stopped his formal education at the age of 12. Not only that, he also failed more or less a thousand times with his inventions. Likewise, he even got fired from his first two jobs — after leaking acid on to his boss’ desk, but he didn’t give up and he didn’t let those failures drag him down.

Instead, he ignored those criticisms and despite being almost penniless, he turned out to be the most successful inventor of his generation. Having a great influence from motion picture cameras to creating the light bulb.

Come to think of it, if he did give up, you’ll probably be using candles up to now.

One of his famous quotes is, “Every wrong attempt discarded, is another step forward.” 

2) Harland David Sanders (Colonel Sanders )


If you’re one of those people who uses the excuse, “I’m too old, there’s no way I can be successful anymore.” Think again. It’s never too late for success.

A great example of this would be, Colonel Sanders. If you’re not familiar who this guy is, he’s just the founder of the ever famous Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC). One of the biggest fast food corporations worldwide.

Though, it wasn’t an instant success. Colonel Harland Sanders started his dream at 65 years old. For most, this would be the time to retire and enjoy the remaining years of their lives. However, Colonel Sanders turned this the other way around.

After getting his retirement benefits, he used his first social security check, amounting to one hundred and five dollars, to start a business (once again) — the start of his journey. Most people would complain after receiving this amount. Not him, though. He believed that restaurant owners would love his original fried chicken recipe and he’d get a small percentage once the sales increase.

It wasn’t an easy job. He drove around Kentucky, knocking on every door, sleeping inside his car, and to look formal, he always wore his signature white suit.

Even though KFC is very famous now, do you know how many times people ignored his offer and said, “NO?” Only 1,009 times, but that didn’t stop him until he got a “Yes!”

3) Steve Jobs


Say, are you a college dropout? Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple didn’t get his college diploma either, but this didn’t stop him from dreaming big. He even took his greatest failures and transformed them into his greatest success.

At a young age of 19, Steve Jobs, together with his friend Dan Kottke decided to drop out of Reed College and moved to India instead. What’s their reason? To find Philosophical Enlightenment. A stage of Jobs’ life where he learned the power of intuition– something that greatly influenced his works.

He was a visionary perfectionist that most people think highly of him during his early years. However, at the age of 30, his own company (Apple Inc.) decided to fire him. Can you imagine the company you’ve built from scratch, turning his back against you, leaving you humiliated, depressed, and most importantly, unemployed? Well, Steve Jobs tried to overcome that and he succeeded.

11 years after Apple decided to fire him, the company was on the verge of bankruptcy. A time where Microsoft was soaring high.

Being the brain behind Apple Inc., the company was desperate and crawled back to Steve Jobs — asking if he could consider coming back. Basically, he took this offer and made Apple one of the most leading pioneers when it comes to new gadgets and technologies.

4) Albert Einstein


Laziness is not an indication that you’re not a genius, or you’ll never become successful. Just look at Einstein!

Even though he’s considered as an epitome of genius back then, he was the exact opposite. His communication skills didn’t even develop until he was four. His parents even thought that something was awfully wrong with him. Likewise, from elementary to college, his teachers and professors labeled him as insubordinate, sloppy, and lazy. They believed that he’ll never become successful.

However, what appeared to be laziness in school, was just really boredom. He’s not the type who’d memorize the facts written in the book. Rather, he preferred to analyze things, such as: why is the sky blue? Why does the needle of a compass point in a single way? Unfortunately, these weren’t taught in school.

So, how did he become a genius? Well, he didn’t let his failures, shortcomings, or flaws overshadow his potentials.

At the age of 11, he became friends with Max Talmud. A 21 year old medical student who introduced Einstein to several books about science and philosophy. Einstein flourished in this learning environment, and before Max knew it, Einstein has already surpassed what he could teach the young Einstein.

5) Abraham Lincoln


Don’t let your failures bring you down. Don’t be a quitter, persistence is the key! And that’s what Lincoln did.

If you’re not aware, this great man encountered a lot of failures. Failure after failure. In fact, it even seemed like it was endless! He could’ve quit many times, but he chose not to. The result, he became one of the greatest presidents of all time.

Though, before becoming a president, he encountered several failures. Some of these are: his mother died; his business failed; he tried to run for state legislature and he lost; he got fired from his job; he wanted to go to law school, but he couldn’t even get in; he tried starting a business and borrowed some money from his friends but at the end of the year, he faced bankruptcy. Can you imagine how tough it was for him? Though, he never gave up.

Around 1834, he tried running for state legislature again and he won this time. Likewise, a year after, he got engaged and was about to be married.

Unfortunately, it seemed like lady luck fell asleep once again. His sweetheart died and Abe had a total nervous breakdown and was bed ridden for six months.

After that, he tried entering politics and faced defeat for a number of times. Still, it didn’t make him lose hope, and in 1860 he was elected president of the US. Thus, his legacy lives on– a man who changed a nation despite many adversities and failures.

6) Oprah Winfrey


Your failures should be your stepping stone to greatness. It doesn’t matter if you’re poor, your parents are irresponsible, you’ve been sexually abused, or people judged you because of your skin color. Don’t let these things bring you down.

Even the most powerful entrepreneurs faced the same dilemma, and Oprah Winfrey is a living example. The first African-American billionaire.

Most of us had a wonderful childhood; but not Oprah. When she was 9, she’d been sexually abused by her cousins and even the friends of her mom. At the age of 14, she got pregnant and her son died during infancy. However, she developed an oracle gift in church, and in 1971, she entered Tennessee State University.

Landing her first job in radio and television broadcasting. She got her first position as an evening news anchor for Baltimore WJZ-TV, but got fired shortly. Not because she doesn’t have the talent, but because she’s “unfit” for TV. For her, this experience was humiliating and embarrassing. She even got sexually harassed. Although, she didn’t allow these obstacles, trials, and challenges to defeat her. She converted these misfortunes into great success.

Oprah became a talk show host for AM Chicago, and she managed to make the ratings sky rocket in just a month; and in 1986, The Oprah Winfrey Show came to life. Back then, most talk show hosts concentrate on trashy topics. On the other hand, Oprah focused on the middle class, and self-help topics. Her witty humor and warm welcome made her gain the sympathy of the crowd.

Her talent as a talk show host, combined with her entrepreneurial skills brought her a net worth of more or less 2.9 billion dollars.

7) Henry Ford


Failure isn’t that bad. In fact, you could even learn from it. Therefore, it is something that we should embrace. Even Henry Ford failed- he failed a lot, but he utilized what he learned from these failures and built a successful company that’s still going strong even today.

This man viewed failure as an opportunity to begin (and try) again, only more intelligently this time. He even managed to overcome significant setbacks before arriving at the winning formula that made him reign in the automobile industry today. He faced bankruptcy before launching Ford Motor Company.

Likewise, he faced several failures before his first Model T was ever made. Despite failing as a business man, he was determined to become successful. With that, through persistence and determination, he became one of the richest entrepreneurs globally.

8) J.K. Rowling


Do you know anyone who’s richer than the Queen of England? It’s no other than J.K. Rowling, the famous author of the series, Harry Potter– having a net worth that’s over $1 billion.

No, she wasn’t born with a silver spoon in her mouth. She’s no better than you during her early years. In fact, there was a time that she lived in an Edinburgh apartment that was greatly infested with rats! She’s a single mother who struggled just to make ends meet. Basically, you could say that her life was very miserable.

Being unemployed, she even had to juggle between a baby and her typewriter when she was writing her first book. Moreover, she didn’t even have the privilege to do this in the comforts of her home, but in a cafe.

Even the series that we love today? The first book, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone faced twelve rejections before it managed to become a successful hit.

However, her determination took her from rags to riches. She’s a great example that anyone could attain great success even against all odds.

9) Franklin Roosevelt


Are you afraid of committing failures? Why? Just because you think it’s impossible, it doesn’t imply that it really is. In fact, you’ll never know until you try. That’s what Franklin Roosevelt believed in.

Before becoming the 32nd president of the United States, Teddy Roosevelt faced many hardships in life. Despite the fact that he was born into a life of wealth and extreme privilege, that didn’t make things easier for him. Yes, he managed to graduate in a prestigious school and entered a life of politics in 1910. However, during the fateful year of 1921, he was infected with polio. His body was nearly paralyzed and he lost his legs during the battle. With this, he went through a period of extreme depression, but he knew that he shouldn’t give up.

In 1928, even being confined in a wheelchair he still tried to re-enter politics and became the president of the United States for 4 terms.

Franklin Roosevelt experienced a spiritual healing during the years of his illness. Before, he used to be arrogant and insensitive. However, after that incident, he became a warmhearted person with a deeper philosophy in life. Instead of letting his impairment make him appear weak, he emerged as a better person.

10) Walt Disney


You can’t deny the fact that sometimes, it feels like things aren’t working out the way you want it. That the whole universe is against you. That your life is a complete mess, and your only wish is to experience more success. alot Disney felt the same. Life wasn’t easy for him.

As a matter of fact, Walt Disney experienced so many failures, but that didn’t even tempt him to give up. You think that Walt Disney has a very wild imagination? Well, he was fired as a newspaper editor before; and according to his boss, he lacked imagination and his ideas are no good. Also, he tried to start a business, but faced bankruptcy before it even gained success. He was literally and figuratively broke, all he had was his dreams and aspirations.

Though, he never got tired and continued to try new ideas until he reached success; and once it did, it was overwhelming. He managed to win 22 Academy Awards and established the first Disneyland in California around 1955. Today, the Walt Disney Company rakes in billions of dollars annually from movies, theme parks, and merchandise around the world.

Anything Is Possible

I hope that these famous personalities inspired you to strive harder and aim higher. Despite several failures and circumstances, it doesn’t mean that success would be out of reach. Hence, with deliberate determination, anything is possible.

Tell me, what do you want in life? Perhaps for now, it seems virtually impossible to attain that goal, but keep in mind that you’re not alone. Most successful individuals faced the same struggles before they reached the peak of success.

We all know that overcoming failures is not a piece of cake. Though, these 10 personalities faced an impossible battle and they conquered. So think again!

Importance of plants

Plants are living organisms that can live on land or water. They have many different forms such as huge trees, others are herbs or some have bushy form. The basic food for all organisms is produced by green plants. Plants help in maintaining oxygen balance, the most important gas that enable us to breathe. Animals emit carbon dioxide by taking in oxygen. This rise in carbon dioxide levels in air is reduced by plants. Removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere reduces the greenhouse effect and global warming. It also maintains the ozone layer that helps protect Earth’s life from damaging UV radiation. Humans directly or indirectly depend on plants for several of their needs.

Plants and Food

Plant products are essential for human nutrition. Plants produce fruits rich in carbohydrate, vitamins and fiber that are necessary for health maintenance. They becomes an integral part of our regular diet. Different parts of plants serve as several purposes in our diet. Plant products are source of vegetables, fruits, essential oils, spices, beverages and many more that provides the prime importance of plants to humans

Plants and industry

Plant products are also a source of industrial products. Wooden furniture, doors, windows and different household products are from wood of huge tress. Source of papers that we use daily for writing are from bamboos. Cotton are source of linen, Industry uses essential oils, cosmetics, perfumes, rubbers from plant sources

Plants and medicines

Plants are a great source of medicine even for life-threatening diseases. Also, plant medicine is safer due to their lower chances of side effects and also better compatibility to humans. Medicines derived from plants include vincristine, digitalis, colchicine, reserpine, quinine, morphine, taxol and aspirin

Plants and Bio-fuels

Some plants are also grown for the sake of bio-fuels. Plant products are used as coal and other fuel products. The plants fuel is less toxic as it does not emit harmful gasses and also less expensive. Even the plant waste is used to generate electricity

Plants and Natural pesticides

Plants are also the source of insecticides and pesticides. Artificial pesticides are harmful to the environment. They may even enter food causing health issue to human and animals. Using these naturally derived pesticides are safe. They degrade with time and even do not harm the soil. Ex: Pyrethrin (as Mosquito repellant), Neem, bacteria etc

Plants and habitat

Plants create habitats for many organisms. A single tree may provide food and shelter to many species of insects, worms, small mammals, birds, and reptiles.

Grow plants in your area and make greenish🌿

Educated women Educated Generation

Women are the back-bone of any faimly , but in our society neglected the importance of her .she is not only a women , she is the mother so why we don’t give the rights of her? As like a man ,choose the career for him and go for it but women? If she want to more study and her wish to make career , people have so criticized and say her “what will you do after study” ? This is the saddest picture of our society

We have to must give education to women if she become a educated the our generation will be educated..-)

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