bahaar ayeee…


madadgaar is a helpline and protection service for women and children. their main objective is to serve as the first point of contact for victims of violence and abuse. they claim that during the past 5 successful years of operation within karachi, several thousand women and children have directly benefited from their services. now madadgaar plans to extend its services to a wider network and therefore they have started serious fund raising activities to sponsor their future objectives.

so its a good cause.

and boy can the lady sing.

12 Comments so far

  1. Bubloo (unregistered) on November 5th, 2006 @ 2:46 am

    Tina Nani still sings, can’t believe it.

  2. Madhu Lateef Khan (unregistered) on November 5th, 2006 @ 7:47 am


    A Hyderabad based urdu newspaper siasat editor mr amir ali khan and mr mazhar and mr alamdar were involved in a sex racket today as exposed by MIM floor leader in the state assembly in which a young girl was sold to alleged sex racket after being brought in a trap by offering her a scholarship and then taking her to a farmhouse and raping her which are seirous offenses and even forcing her parents not to file a police complaint and threatnig them with dire consequences.Even the National Law Trust has sent a letter dated on 14-09-2006 signed by its Chairman Mr Khalid Nishu to all the Newspaper editors to take up the story as it damages the reputation of the media and the victim Mrs Mariam Fatima had even met the President of India seeking justice and the State Home Minister has appointed a team led by deputy Commissoner of police Mr Madhu Sudan Reddy IPS to investigate the case as promised by the Minister in the Assembly .

  3. turab (unregistered) on November 5th, 2006 @ 10:08 am

    she is still doing an awesome job with singing sound track songs in Moorat and Manzil dramas

    keep on rocking tina with singing and welfare work!

  4. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on November 5th, 2006 @ 10:10 am

    madadgaar is a helpline and protection service for women and children.


  5. Xill-e-Ilahi (unregistered) on November 5th, 2006 @ 2:21 pm

    care to elaborate adnan?

  6. Jamash (unregistered) on November 5th, 2006 @ 5:44 pm

    Tina Sani is a legendary singer, I grew up listening to her magical voice.

  7. Arsalaan Haleem (unregistered) on November 5th, 2006 @ 6:04 pm

    What are the timings??

  8. farah naz (unregistered) on November 5th, 2006 @ 6:44 pm

    who cares for music? after all it is haaraam in our religion. our prophet himself said that he has been send to finish this gunnah from this world.i hav been send to finish these singing instruments from thjis world.

  9. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on November 6th, 2006 @ 6:56 pm

    xill: First of all madadgar is not for women & kids protection only. According to clifton town police website, madadgar has more responsibilities . second they are like other police forces, protecting dacoits by not reaching on time.

  10. Xill-e-Ilahi (unregistered) on November 6th, 2006 @ 9:21 pm

    adnan, it might interest you to know that while i may not be as wise as you are, i am not a total nitwit.

    this event is being arranged under the auspices of madadgaar, an ngo (thats non-governmental organisation) – which is pretty much obvious from the picture i put up – and not the emergency police response team.

    it does not take a lot of common sense to figure out that it has to be some other “madadgaar” i’m talking about since we karachiites have never associated the police with any activity remotely related to culture.

    i apologise if the tone of this comment comes out as a bit too sarcastic – but, in my defence, the tone of your comments came out as overly patronising.
    why do they have the same name? i have no clue.

  11. Dee (unregistered) on November 7th, 2006 @ 3:13 am

    I remember Tina Sani singing *Bool Kay Lab Azad hain tery*.I liked her voice in that nazm :).

  12. JAY (unregistered) on November 8th, 2006 @ 9:34 pm

    @Farah Naz
    Music being haram is still a divisive topic and so far there is no hard evidence proving it ” haram “. Music/singing including explicit content is prohibited for the reason that while a song is being played, it naturally sends a message to the listener. So the message being explicit, shameful or subliminal,in any case is prohibited.You cannot simply say that music is haram. Islam never proscribe anything which is not harmful for human beings. But there are always restrictions and limitations.

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