Prize Bond of Rs. 100 is Available

Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Formula for Draw of Rs. 40000





28(80)=80 X 19392 taqsem 2=77(56)80=( 5=6=0=1 )=F(10)=PASS


10(69)=69 X 19392 taqsem 2=66(90)24=( 9=0=4=5 )=F(09)=PASS
09(18)=18 X 19392 taqsem 2=17(45)28=( 4=5=9=0 )=F(04)=PASS
04(71)=71 X 19392 taqsem 2=68(84)16=( 8=4=3=9 )=F(94)=PASS
94(54)=54 X 19392 taqsem 2=52(35)84=( 3=5=8=0 )=(??)=WAIT


Monday, 28 November 2011

Hint for 40,000.00

 Hint for 40,000.00 in Pashawer 


Open5   8   9
Close1   4   6
Centre4   5   6

Saturday, 26 November 2011

Routine for Prize Bond of Rs. 40,000

Close aur Centre ko jama kar ke agar 10 se ziada jawab ai to prime no la lo phir agle 4 prime number lai lo


130 + 3 = {4567} Aakar 46 Pass

466 + 3 = {4567} 
Aakar 41 Pass

418 + 9 = {0123} 
Aakar 12 Pass

124 + 6 = {7890}  
Aakar 83 Fail

830 + 3 = {4567} 
Aakar 63 Fail

631 + 4 = {5678} 
Aakar 67 Pass

675 + 3 = {4567} 
Aakar 46 Fail

799 + 9 = {0123} 
Aakar 37 Fail

371 + 8 = {9012} 
Aakar 28 Fail

288 + 7 = {8901} 
Aakar 10 Pass

106 + 6 = {7890} 
Aakar 09 Pass

091 + 1 = {2345} 
Aakar 04 Fail

047 + 2 = {3456} 
Aakar 94 Fail

945 + 9 = {0123} ?

Routine for Prize Bond of Rs. 40,000

First Aakra routine ka close figure laikar aur 5th figure next draw ka open hoga 



106948 = Open 04
04 ka home 59 = Close howa 0459
Aakaray  04.05.09.40.45.49
Pass howa 09
091805 = Open 90
90 ka home 45 = Close howa 9045
Aakaray  90.94.95.09.04.05
Pass howa 04

047197 = Open 49
49 ka home 94 = Close howa 4994
Aakaray  49.94
Pass howa 94


945437 = Open 43
43 ka home 98 = Close howa 4398
Aakaray  43.49.48.34.39.38
Pass hoga ?

Open Routine for Prize Bond of Rs. 40,000


Aik aisi  Open routine hai jo k 4188 say ab tak kamyab hai 

4188 - 1672=1256 =1 Pass

1244 - 1672 = 248 =8 
Pass

8301 - 1672 = 269 =6 
Pass

6315 - 1672 = 346 =6
 Pass

6750 - 1672 = 0578 =7
 Pass

7995 - 1672 = 236 =3
 Pass

3710 - 1672 = 0238 =2
 Pass

2880 - 1672 = 0128 =1
 Pass

1069 - 1672 = 036 =0
 Pass

0918 - 1672 = 028 =0
 Pass

0471 - 1672 = 259 =9
 Pass

9454 - 1672 = 278 =  ?  

Friday, 25 November 2011

Tandola Routine


40000                    to                    40000

864*71 = 3 4 4 h 8 9 9 tandola 484 pass
484*71 = 3 4 6 h 8 9 1 tandola 418 pass
481*71 = 6 7 8 h 1 2 3 tandola 371 pass
371*71 = 3 4 1 h 8 9 6 tandola Daikahy ke Pass hota hai Fail

Thursday, 24 November 2011

Formula For Rs. 40,000





418846 = 345890 = F83


830121 = 123678 = F67


675037 = 234789 = F37


371052 = 456901 = F10


106948 = 345089 = F04


047197 = 890345 = F70 (01-12-2011)

BAHBOOD SAVINGS CERTIFICATES


Keeping in view the hardships faced by the widows and senior citizens, this ten years' maturity scheme was launched by the Government on 1st July, 2003.  Initially the scheme was meant for widows only, however, the Govt. later decided to extend the facility for senior citizens aged 60 years and above with effect from 1st January, 2004. These certificates are available in the denominations of Rs.5,000/-, Rs.10,000/-, Rs.50,000/-, Rs.100,000/-, Rs.500,000 and 10,00000/-. Profit is paid on monthly basis reckoned from the date of purchase of the certificates.

           Who Can Invest .
Only widows and senior citizens aged 60 years and above are eligible to invest. 

How To Purchase.
These certificates can only be purchased from the National Savings Centre (NSCs) by filling in a prescribed form called SC-1, which is available at the offices of issue free of cost. A copy of the Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC) and necessary evidence regarding eligibility is required to be attached with the application form. 

Mode of Deposit.
The certificates can be purchased by depositing cash at the issuing office or by presenting a cheque. The certificates shall immediately be issued on receipt of cash. However, in case of deposit through cheque the certificates shall have the effect from the date of realization of the cheque after receipt of the clearance advice.

What Is The Investment Limit.
The minimum investment limit in this scheme is Rs.5,000/-, whereas, the maximum limit is Rs.3,000,000/-. Investment in allowed in multiple of Rs.5,000/-.
What About Redemption.
The certificates can be encashed any time after issuance subject to deduction of service charges at the following rates:
if encashed before completion of one year from the date of purchase.
  @ 1.00%
  of the face value
if encashed after one year but before completion of 02 years from the date of purchase.
  @ 0.75%
  of the face value
if encashed after two years but before completion of 03 years from the date of purchase.
  @ 0.50%
  of the face value
if encashed after three years but before completion of 04 years from the date of purchase.
  @ 0.25%
  of the face value
if encashed after completion of 04 years
No service charges
              
What is the return..
At the prevailing rates monthly profit of Rs.1200/- is paid on investment of each Rs.100,000/-. This way the profit rate works to 14.40% p.a. Automatic reinvestment of profit facility to earn further profit is not admissible in this scheme at the scheme's rate.
Tax & Zakat Status.
The withholding tax is not collected on the profit earned on these certificates. The investment made in this scheme is also exempt from Zakat.

SPECIAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT


 A three years maturity scheme introduced in February, 1990. The deposits are maintained in form of an account. Profit is paid on the completion of each period of six months.


Who Can Invest .
The account can be opened by an individual in his name or in the name of minor(s) dependent on him or by two individuals jointly in their names. In addition to above individual investors, the following institutions are also allowed to invest in the scheme, subject to their registration under the relevant law for the time being in force:
a. Registered Charities (Non-profit bodies).
b. Public Sector Enterprises excluding Banks.
c. Private Educational & Health Institutions.
d. Employees Old Age Benefit Institutions (EOBIs).
e. Private Corporate Sector registered with the SECP excluding Banks.
f. Non-Bank Financial Institutions (NBFIs) excluding Insurance Companies.

How To Invest.
These accounts can be opened at any National Savings Centre (NSCs) and Pakistan Post Office (PPO) by filling in a prescribed form called DA-1, which is available at all the above offices of issue free of cost. A copy of the Computerized National Identity (CNIC) Card or in case of a foreign national, a copy of the Passport may be attached with the application form. 

Mode of Deposit.

The accounts can be opened by depositing cash at the issuing office or by presenting a cheque. The passbook and withdrawal slip shall immediately be issued on receipts of cash. However, in case of deposit through cheque the account shall be opened from the date of realization of the cheque after receipt of the clearance advice.

What Is The Investment Limit.

The minimum investment limit in this scheme is Rs.500/-.  There is not maximum limit, however, the deposits are required to be made in multiple of Rs.500/-.

When Can I Withdraw my deposits.
The amount be withdrawn at par any time after the date of its deposit. However, no profit is payable in case the withdrawals are made before completion of 6 months.
What Will I Get As Profit.
At the prevailing rates the profit is paid @ 12.40% p.a. for 1st five profits and the last profit @ 13.00% p.a. However, if the profit is not withdrawn on due date, it will automatically stand reinvested and would be calculated for further profit on completion of the next 06 months period.

Tax & Zakat Status.
At present, the profit earned is exempt from withholding tax, if the total investment in the scheme by the investor(s) does not exceed Rs.150,000/-.  However, withholding tax @ 10% is deductible at source on the profit(s) earned if the total investment exceeds Rs.150,000/- by the investor(s). The Zakat is collected at source as per rules at the time of withdrawal of principle amount. However, Zakat is not collected in case of reinvestment.

SPECIAL SAVINGS CERTIFICATES


SPECIAL SAVINGS CERTIFICATES (REGISTERED)
Keeping in view the periodic needs of depositors, this three years' maturity scheme was introduced in February, 1990. These certificates are available in the denomination of Rs.500, Rs.1000, Rs.5,000, Rs.10,000, Rs.50,000, Rs.100,000, Rs.500,000 and Rs.1,000,000/=. Profit is paid on the completion of each period of six months.
Who Can Invest .
These certificates can be purchased by a single adult, a minor, two adults in their joint names with the options of payable to the holders jointly (Joint-A ) or payable to either (Joint-B). An adult can also purchase these certificates on behalf of a single minor, two minors jointly or himself/herself and a minor jointly. In addition to the above individual investors, the following institutions can also invest in the scheme, subject to their registration under the relevant law for the time being in force:
a. Registered Charities (Non-profit bodies).
b. Public Sector Enterprises excluding Banks.
c. Private Educational & Health Institutions.
d. Employees Old Age Benefit Institutions (EOBIs).
e. Private Corporate Sector registered with the SECP excluding Banks.
f. Non-Bank Financial Institutions (NBFIs) excluding Insurance Companies.
How To Purchase.
These certificates can be purchased from any National Savings Centre (NSC), Pakistan Post Office (PPO), Authorized branches of Scheduled Banks branches  and the offices of State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) by filling in a prescribed form called SC-1, which is available at all the above offices of issue free of cost.  A copy of the Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC) or in case of a foreign national, a copy of the Passport is required to be attached with the application form. 

Mode of Deposit.
These certificates can be purchased by depositing cash at the issuing office or by presenting a cheque. The certificates shall immediately be issued on receipt of cash. However, in case of deposit through cheque the certificates shall be issued from the date of realization of the cheque after receipt of the clearance advice.

What Is The Investment Limit.
The minimum investment limit is Rs.500/-, however, there is no maximum limit of investment in the scheme.

What About Redemption.
These certificates are encashable at par any time after the date of purchase. However, no profit is payable if the encashment is made before completion of six months.
What Will I Get As Profit.
At prevailing rates, the profit is paid @12.40% p.a. for 1st five profits and @ 13.00% p.a. for the last profit. However, if the profit is not withdrawn on due date it will automatically stand reinvested and would be calculated for further profit on completion of the next 06 months' period.

Tax & Zakat Status.
At present, the profit earned is exempt from withholding tax, if the total investment in the scheme by the investor(s) does not exceed Rs.150,000/-.  However, withholding tax @ 10% is deductible at source on the profit(s) earned if the total investment exceeds Rs.150,000/- by the investor(s). Zakat is collected at source as per rules.

DEFENCE SAVINGS CERTIFICATE


DEFENCE SAVINGS CERTIFICATE 
The Government of Pakistan introduced Defence Savings Certificate scheme in the year 1966. The scheme has specifically been designed to meet the future requirements of the depositors. This is 10 years' maturity scheme with built in feature of automatic reinvestment after the maturity. These certificates are available in the denominations of  Rs.500, Rs.1000, Rs.5,000, Rs.10,000, Rs.50,000, Rs.100,000, Rs.500,000 and Rs.1,000,000/=.
Who Can Invest .
These certificates can be purchased by a single adult, a minor, two adults in their joint names with the options of payable to the holders jointly (Joint-A ) or payable to either (Joint-B). An adult can also purchase these certificates on behalf of a single minor, two minors jointly or himself/herself and a minor jointly. In addition to above individual investors, the following institutions are also allowed to invest in the scheme, subject to their registration under the relevant law for the time being in force:
a. Registered Charities (Non-profit bodies).
b. Public Sector Enterprises excluding Banks.
c. Private Educational & Health Institutions.
d. Employees Old Age Benefit Institutions (EOBIs).
e. Private Corporate Sector registered with the SECP excluding Banks.
f. Non-Bank Financial Institutions (NBFIs) excluding Insurance Companies.
How To Purchase.
These certificates can be purchased from any National Savings Centre (NSC), Pakistan Post Offices (PPO), Authorized branches of Scheduled Banks and State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) by filling in a prescribed form called SC-1, which is available at all the above offices of issue free of cost.    A copy of the Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC) or in case of a foreign national, a copy of the Passport is required to be attached with the application form.

Mode of Deposit.

These certificates can be purchased by depositing cash at the issuing office or by presenting a cheque. The certificates shall immediately be issued on receipt of cash. However, in case of deposit through cheque the certificates shall be issued from the date of realization of the cheque after receipt of the clearance advice.

What Is The Investment Limit.
The minimum investment limit is Rs.500/-, however, there is no maximum limit of investment in this scheme.
What About Redemption.
These certificates are encashable at par any time after the date of purchase. However, no profit is payable if encashment is made before completion of one year.
What is the return.
In this scheme the profit is paid on maturity or encashment for completed years. Every Rs.100,000/- will become Rs.107,000/-, Rs.115,000/-, Rs.125,000/-, Rs.138,000/-, Rs.155,000/-, Rs.176,000/-, Rs.202,000/-, Rs.235,000/-, Rs.277,000/- and Rs.330,000/- on completion of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 years, respectively. These rates are effective from 1st January, 2011. The average compound rate of return on maturity presently works to 12.68% p.a. For any other time period rates table is also available on website.
 
Tax & Zakat Status.
At present, the profit earned is exempt from withholding tax, if the total investment in the scheme by the investor(s) does not exceed Rs.150,000/-.  However, withholding tax @ 10% is deductible at source on the profit(s) earned if the total investment exceeds Rs.150,000/- by the investor(s). The Zakat is collected at source as per rules.

Saving Certificates



" Thrift as a national asset is going to play an important part in the building up of the state. So save and invest in Pakistan saving certificates "

.QUAID-I-AZAM, MUHAMMAD ALI JINNAH

Wednesday, 23 November 2011

FIRST SECOND 


55212(2)  =      01234  
00459(6) =      45678  
97529(9) =      78901  
36565(6) =      45678  
90077(4) =      23456  
32515(6) =      45678  
94202(3) =      12345  
52640(0) =      89012 
10694(8) =      67890  
15174(7) =      56789  
11555(7) =      56789  
57192(8) =      67890 
70979(4) =      23456 

Monday, 21 November 2011

Powers of Days


Powers of Days are

Sunday                  215
Monday                 361
Tuesday                422
Wednesday            566
Thursday               412
Friday                    118
Saturday                257

Lucky Number of Days


Powers of Days are

Sunday                  01
Monday                 07
Tuesday                09
Wednesday            05
Thursday               03
Friday                    06
Saturday                08


Saturday, 19 November 2011

Prize Bond Results of Year 2010


 

Date Of Draw
Bond
City Of Draw
First Prize
Second
Second
Second
02-01-2010
15000
Multan
702953
293111
579362
851520
15-01-2010
750
Bahawalpur
733918
568369
676157
862789
01-02-2010
7500
Peshawar
399077
599834
721296
910141
15-02-2010
1500
Rawalpindi
739342
235316
597928
897994
01-03-2010
40000
Karachi
489084
130145
210843
595282
15-03-2010
200
Faisalabad
349928
139854
509493
579777
01-04-2010
15000
Muzaffarabad
388629
358329
472866
530632
15-04-2010
750
Multan
236824
170344
657678
895430
03-05-2010
7500
Quetta
858251
033926
510749
625688
17-05-2010
1500
Bahawalpur
462486
057257
305460
569277
01-06-2010
40000
Rawalpindi
123552
058865
401208
659785
15-06-2010
200
Lahore
218251
420729
543989
665616
02-07-2010
15000
Hyderabad
896902
463128
615581
747716
15-07-2010
750
Quetta
453884
039619
537300
578549
02-08-2010
7500
Faisalabad
303508
055085
220147
885258
16-08-2010
1500
Karachi
782034
605491
605592
876813
01-09-2010
40000
Lahore
216626
311596
515586
814566
15-09-2010
200
Peshawar
819421
102947
348103
702104
01-10-2010
15000
Rawalindi
986589
002183
253519
374012
15-10-2010
750
Karachi
063600
674133
728217
800841
01-11-2010
7500
Lahore
319715
290603
600408
838810
15-11-2010
1500
Muzaffarabad
397799
011632
148713
366629
01-12-2010
40000
Multan
864157
506000
273862
151766
15-12-2010
200
Hyderabad
402073
344173
409174
567973