What’s the difference between Web 3.0 and Web 2.0?

Answer by Muhammad Osama Hussain:

its more advance then ever .. more likely people would call it personal assistant he will work for you and sort out the best results from your offline and online data .. if you gonna watch the movie to the nearest cinema with your friends and plus the dinner so the web 3.0 will show the result according to your likes and dislikes through your previously used data then it takes your current location and sort out the nearest cinema along with the restaurant so it will be like your assistant i guess 😉 (my personal view)

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Dasht-e-Tanhai By Faiz Ahmed Faiz

Dasht-e-Tanhai is a popular Urdu ghazal. It is written by the Faiz Ahmed Faiz. It was known for its rendition by Iqbal Bano.

dasht-e-tanhaai mein, ai jaan-e-jahaan, larzaan hain
In the desert of my solitude, oh love of my life, quiver
teri avaaz ke saaye,
the shadows of your voice,
tere honthon ke saraab
the mirage of your lips

dasht-e-tanhaai mein,
In the desert of my solitude,
duri ke khas-o-khaak tale
beneath the dust and ashes of distance
khil rahe hain tere pehlu ke saman aur gulaab
bloom the jasmines and roses of your proximity

uht rahi hai kahin qurbat se
From somewhere very close,
teri saans ki aanch
rises the warmth of your breath
apani khushbuu mein sulagti hui
smouldering in its own aroma,
maddham maddham
slowly, bit by bit.

dur ufaq par chamakati hui
far away, across the horizon, glistens
qatra qatra
drop by drop
gir rahi hai teri dil daar nazar ki shabnam
the falling dew of your beguiling glance

is qadar pyaar se hai jaan-e jahaan rakkhaa hai
With such tenderness, O love of my life,
dil ke rukhsaar pe
on the cheek of my heart,
is vaqt teri yaad ne haath
has your memory placed its hand right now

yun guman hota hai
that it looks as if
garche hai abhi subah-e-firaaq
(though it’s still the dawn of adieu)
dhal gaya hijr ka din
the sun of separation has set
aa bhi gaye vasl ki raat
and the night of union has arrived.

Translated by Ayesha Kaljuvee. Source

Pakistan has 97 billion dollars in Swiss Banks: Director Swiss Bank

BERN – Director Swiss Bank said that Pakistan has 97 billion dollars in Swiss Banks.
Director Swiss Bank said ‘Pakistanis are poor but Pakistan isn’t a poor country.’ He added that 97 billion dollars of Pakistan is deposited in respective bank and if this money would be utilized for the welfare of Pakistan and its people then Pakistan can make tax less budget for 30 years, can create 60 million jobs, can carpet four lanes road from any village to Islamabad, endless power supply to five hundred social projects, every citizen can get 20000 rupees salary for the next 60 years and there is no need to see IMF and any World Bank for loan