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What is Interest (Riba) in Islam?

The literal meaning of interest or Al-RIBA as it is used in the Arabic language means to excess or i

The literal meaning of interest or Al-RIBA as it is used in the Arabic language means to excess or increase. These are the True definitions of Riba in Islam:

Definition 1: 

"In the Islamic terminology interest means effortless profit or that profit which comes free from compensation or that extra earning obtained that is free of exchange."

Definition 2:

"Riba` is a loan with the condition that the borrower will return to the lender more than and better than the quantity borrowed."

 If we explore the Qur’an we will come across at least four places where Allah has mentioned interest.

The first one is in Surah Al-baqarah verse no.275

"Those who devour usury will not stand except as stands one whom the Satan by his touch has driven to madness. That is because they say, "trade is like usury", but Allah has permitted trade and has forbidden usury",

In the next verse verse 276 in the same place he says,

"Allah will deprive usury of all blessing, and will give increase for deeds of charity, for he does not love any ungrateful sinner."

Two verses later in verse 278 he says,

"Oh you who believe! Fear Allah and give up what remains of your demand for usury if you are indeed believers."

In verse 279 he says,

"If you do not, take notice of war from Allah and his Messenger sallallahu alaihe wasallm but if you repent you shall have your capital sum. Deal not unjustly and you shall not be dealt with unjustly."

In the second place in Surah Aal-Imran, verse no.130 Allah says,

"Oh you who believe! Devour not usury doubled and multiplied; but fear Allah that you may prosper."

In the third place in Surah Al-Nisaa’ Allah states in verse 161,

"That they took usury though they were forbidden and they devoured peoples wealth wrongfully; we have prepared for those amongst them who reject faith a grievous chastisement."

In the fourth place, Surah Al-Room, verse no.39 Allah mentions

"That which you give in usury for increase through the property of people will have no increase with Allah: but that which you give for charity seeking the countenance of Allah, it is these who will get a recompense multiplied."

Ahaadith Concerning Interest

These ahaadith have been taken from Mishkat-ul-Masabih.

Hazrat Jabir radiyallahu anhu has reported that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alaihe wasallm cursed the devourer of usury, its payer, its scribe and its two witnesses. He also said that they were equal (in sin). (Muslim)

Hazrat Abu Hurairah radiyallahu anhu reported that the Holy Prophet sallallahu alaihe wasallm said: A time will certainly come over the people when none will remain who will not devour usury. If he does not devour it, its vapour will overtake him.

(Ahmed, Abu Dawood, Nisai, Ibn Majah.)

Hazrat Abu Hurairah radiyallahu anhu reported that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alaihe wasallm said : Usury has got seventy divisions. The easiest division of them is a man marrying his mother. (Ibn Majah)

Hazrat Abu Hurairah radiyallahu anhu reported that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alaihe wasallm said: I came across some people in the night in which I was taken to the heavens. Their stomachs were like houses wherein there were serpents, which could be seen from the front of their stomachs. I asked: O Gabriel! Who are these people? He replied these are those who devoured usury. (Ahmed, Ibn Majah)

Hazrat Ali radiyallahu anhu reported that he heard the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alaihe wasallm cursing the devourer of usury, its giver, its scribe and one who refuses to give Zakat and he used to forbid mourning. (Nisai)

Hazrat Umar bin Al-Khattab radiyallahu anhu reported: the last of what was revealed was the verse of usury. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alaihe wasallm was taken and he had not explained it to us. So, give up usury and doubt. (Ibn Majah, Darimi)

Hazrat Abdullah bin Hanzalah radiyallahu anhu (who was washed by the angels) reported that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alaihe wasallm said: A dirham of usury that a man devours and he knows is greater than 36 fornications. (Ahmed, Darqutni)

Baihaqi reported from Ibn Abbas radiyallahu anhu in shuabul iman. He added and said: (as for) one whose flesh has grown out of unlawful food, the fire is more suitable for him.

Conclusion

After narrating all these verses from the Qur’an and relating all the Ahaadith it is apparent to us that interest could never be legal and halal. How could anybody even take the time out to think about a matter in which Allah has declared war on the user and his Beloved Prophet sallallahu alaihe wasallm has cursed him? As sensible people we can understand that what our creator has chosen for us is for our own prosperity only.


Creating Database Link in Oracle

A database link is a schema object in one database that enables you to access objects on another dat

A database link is a schema object in one database that enables you to access objects on another database. The other database need not be an Oracle Database system. However, to access non-Oracle systems you must use Oracle Heterogeneous Services.

Execute the following command in oracle to access an oracle database on another server:

CREATE DATABASE LINK [Database link name]

  CONNECT TO [oracle user name] IDENTIFIED BY [oracle password]

  USING '[oracle server ip]:[port]/[database name]';

Access data using following template query:

select * from [Table Name]@[Database Link Name]

Fill in the [] accordingly.


What is Linked Server and how can we create Linked Server in Sql Server for Sql Server and Oracle?

Linked servers are used to enable the Database Engine to execute a Transact-SQL statements that incl

Linked servers are used to enable the Database Engine to execute a Transact-SQL statements that includes entities in another instance of SQL Server, or another database product such as Oracle. Many types OLE DB data sources can be configured as linked servers, including Microsoft Access and Excel.

Linked servers provides the ability to access data from outside of SQL Server, to issue distributed queries, updates, commands, and transactions on heterogeneous data sources across the enterprise and to address diverse data sources similarly.

To create linked server in sql server for another instance of sql server in another server, Execute following commands in Sql Server:

EXEC sp_addlinkedserver   @server='[linked server name]', @srvproduct='',@provider='SQLNCLI', @datasrc='[Sql server instance name]';

EXEC sp_addlinkedsrvlogin '[linked server name]', 'false', NULL, '[Other sql server instance user name like 'sa']', '[Other sql server password]'; 

Then you can access data using following template query:

select * from [linked server name].[Database Name].dbo.[Table Name]

To create linked server in sql server for an Oracle database, Execute following commands in Sql Server:

EXEC sp_addlinkedserver '[linked server name]', 'Oracle', 'OraOLEDB.Oracle', '[Server Ip]:[port]/[Database Name]'

EXEC sp_addlinkedsrvlogin '[linked server name]', 'false', NULL, '[oracle db user name]', '[oracle db password]';

Then you can access data using following template query:

select * from [linked server name].[Database Name].dbo.[Table Name]

Note: Fill in the [] content accordingly.


Bara dushman bana phirta hai Jo bachon se larta hai

Bata kia pochta hai wohKitaabon mein milon ga meinKiye Maa se hain jo mein neKe waadon mein milon ga


Pata kia pochta hai woh
Kitaabon mein milon ga mein
Kiye Maa se hain jo mein ne
Ke waadon mein milon ga mein

Mein aane wala kal hon
woh Mujhe kyun aaj maare ga
Ye uska weham hoga ke
Woh aise khawab maary ga 

Tumhara khoon hon na is liye
Acha lara hon mein
Bata aya hn dushman ko
Ke us se to bara hon mein
Mein aisi qoum se hon
Jis ke woh bachon se darta hain
Bara dushman bana phirta hai
Jo bachon se larta hai
Bara dushman bana phirta hai
Jo bachon se larta hai

Bara dushman bana phirta hai
Jo bachon se larta hai
Bara dushman bana phirta hai
Jo bachon se larta hai

Wo jab aaty huye mujhko
Gale tum ne lagaya tha
Aman Allah kaha mujhko
Mera beta bulaya tha

Khuda ke aman ki raah mein
Kahan se aa gaya tha woh
Jahan tum chomti thi Maa
Wahan tak aa gaya tha woh

Mein aisi qoum se hon
Jis ke woh bachon se darta hain
Bara dushman bana phirta hai
Jo bachon se larta hai
Bara dushman bana phirta hai
Jo bachon se larta hai

Bara dushman bana phirta hai
Jo bachon se larta hai
Bara dushman bana phirta hai
Jo bachon se larta hai

Mujhe jana para hai per
Mera bhai kary ga ab
Mein jitna na parha wo tab
Mera bhai parhy ga ab

Abhi Baba bhi baqi hain 
Kahan tak jaa saky ge tum
Abhi wada raha tum se
Yahan na aa saky ge tum

Mein aisi qoum se hon
Jis ke woh bachon se darta hai
Bara dushman bana phirta hai
Jo bachon se larta hai
Bara dushman bana phirta hai
Jo bachon se larta hai

Bara dushman bana phirta hai
Jo bachon se larta hai
Bara dushman bana phirta hai
Jo bachon se larta hai

Controlling your Diabetes by Creating Healthy Diet Plan for you

What you eat makes a difference in your blood glucose (sugar), cholesterol, blood pressure and weigh

What you eat makes a difference in your blood glucose (sugar), cholesterol, blood pressure and weight. Eating healthy foods is an essential body need. When you eat excess calories and fats, your body responds by creating an undesirable increase in blood glucose which can result in serious problems, such as high blood glucose level (hyperglycemia) and prolonged complications which include nerve, kidney and heart damage. Making healthy food plan can help you overcome these problems.

A well-balanced, Diabetes Plan is high in fiber and low in sugar, salt, fat and cholesterol. It provides you with the tools to manage or prevent irregular blood sugar levels. Here is a sample diet plan for sugar patients:

Meal/Time

Menu

Quantity

Breakfast

Almonds       

Walnuts

Milk

Egg sandwich (with brown bread)

Vegetable stuffed roti

3-7

1-2

1 Glass

2 Slices

1

Lunch

Chapati(s)

Vegetable  Salad/Boiled Vegetables

Chicken/Meat/Mutton

1

1 Bowl

1 Piece

Evening

Fruits Chaat (Grape Fruit/Apple/Banana, Black Jamun, White Jamun, Guava, Cherries, Peaches, Berries, Kiwi)

1 Bowl

Dinner

Chapati(s)

Vegetable Soup

Dal/Chicken

GreenSalad(Cucumber, Barkley, Sweet Potatoes)/White Beans

1

1 Bowl

1/2 Bowl

1 Bowl

 Bed Time

 Coffee or tea

 1 Cup



This meal plan includes around 1400-1800 calories for a day.


This chart will help you for right food choice:

Can take in more quantity

Take 2 to 3 times a Month (in less quantity)

Avoid

Green Vegetables and Salads

Black Jamun

White Jamun

Guava

Cherries

Peaches

Berries

Kiwi

White Beans

Cakes/Donuts

Jelly/Jam/Preserves

Honey

Regular ice cream

Frozen yogurt

Milkshakes

Fish

Table sugar

Regular soft drinks

Fruit drinks

Canned fruits with heavy syrup

Candies/Chocolates

Smoking

 

 




Lose weight, If you are overweight by adopting a healthy diet plan because this will also help improve your blood glucose level


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What is ASP.NET? Why ASP.NET is better than classic ASP and what are Directives in ASP.NET?

ASP.NET is not just the successor to Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP) technology whereas it is

ASP.NET is not just the successor to Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP) technology whereas it is the next era of web development which was first released in January 2002 with version 1.0 of the .NET Framework. Basically, it is a server-side web application development framework designed for Web development to produce dynamic and attractive web pages. It was technologically advanced by Microsoft to allow programmers to construct dynamic web sites, web applications and web services. ASP.NET is built on the Common Language Runtime (CLR), allowing programmers to write ASP.NET code using any full featured supported .NET language such as C# or VB.NET to build web applications simply. Microsoft has created a wonderful well designed MSDN library for ASP.NET and all of the other .NET languages. It includes a full class library containing information and examples on every class, function, method, and property accessible through ASP.NET.

Featured ASP.NET is much better than Classic ASP because of following reasons:

1-  Classic ASP will interpret the script for a page on every page request whereas ASP.NET will compile the code for the page once.

2-  In ASP, you have to build a lot of functionality yourself while in ASP.NET many built in things are already there. You can spend fewer developer resources on building a more complex website in ASP.NET.

3-  ASP uses scripting language Jscript or VBscript and .Net uses complied language which makes ASP.NET superior in performance.

4-  ASP have mixed layout because it combines script code and HTML code whereas in .Net, there is a separation of code and HTML where many developers can work on the same page or file. So, ASP.NET is useful for programmers and designers.

5-  ASP.NET provides support for session, application and state management while Classic ASP has no real state management; you need to write additional code to achieve this.

Directives:

A directive is a special instruction or setting used by the page and user control which specifies on how ASP.NET should process the page. The most common directives are <%@ Page %> and <%@ Control %>, which can specify many attributes used by the ASP.NET page and control parsers and compilers. Directives can be located anywhere in an .aspx or .ascx file; however standard practice is to include them at the start of the file. Each directive can hold one or more attributes (paired with values) that are specific to that directive.

Below are examples for directive’s syntax:

<!-- directives -->

<%@ Page Language="C#" CodeFile="Default.aspx.cs" Inherits="Default" %>

<%@ Control Language="VB" EnableViewState="false" %>

<%@ Application Language="C#" %>

<%@ Assembly Name ="myassembly" %>

<%@ Implements  Interface="interface_name" %>

<%@ namespace="System.Drawing" %>

<%@ MasterPage Language="C#"  AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="SiteMater.master.cs" Inherits="SiteMaster"  %>

<%@ OutputCache Duration="15" VaryByParam="None"  %>

<%@ Reference Page ="somepage.aspx" %>

<%@ Register Src="~/footer.ascx" TagName="footer"  TagPrefix="Tfooter" %>