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- I thank you for your message, and explaining to me the position which I was not probably aware when I had uploaded the image. I shall look into the matter. However, i request you or any other editor to please consider taking a review of images uploaded by me. Please deal with the images not conforming to our policies in a suitable way like deleting, etc. Thanks. --Bhadani (talk) 16:54, 1 August 2008 (UTC)
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- Thanks for your invitation. I will try to contribute to this Project. --Bhadani (talk) 04:51, 3 August 2008 (UTC)
- Thanks & Regards. --Bhadani (talk) 15:47, 9 August 2008 (UTC)
hello and good evening mate, how are you? Hope you doing fine and have a nice time. Plz, do me a favor brother. You know the article Valy Hedjasi? Can you please delete the old version and add this new version translated from the German wikip.?
Valy (Persian ولی), with full name Valy Hedjasi (* 29. May 1986 in Mashhad, Iran) is a Persian singer from Iran.
Valy grew up in Heidelberg, Germany. His family, who are also well-known artists are original from Herat and belong to the ethnic Persians (Tajiks, also called Farsiwans) of Afghanistan. When he was seven years old he often played traditional intruments. Later he became teached in various traditions of Persian and Indo-Persian (indian) music-styles. As his teachers count the young died Persian (Tajik) artists Nasrat Parsa (also from Afghanistan) who teached him well in the classical indo-persian music and Bassam Ayyoub. At present, Valy lives in Hamburg.
Still, before the publication of his first album he achieved by the two singles Bia Tu and Dilamo Shekundi a very high publicity in the three Persian-Speaking countries Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. Since the publication of his first album After Love 2007 he is one of the most successful Persian musicians of Afghanistan. Besides the traditional khorassani-style (the Persian-Tajik music traditions) his album also covers traditional iranian music trends for what he was criticized by Pashtun medias (Lmar, ArianaTv and AfghanmellatTV) while he was praised highly by other medias or Persian TV programmes at the mentioned transmitters (ArianaTV). The Album was produced by Kostas Karagiozidis who also produced some albums for the iranian singer Afshin. The Album was published by Avang, the largest iranian record lable.
Shortly after publication of his first album Valy went to his first tour (Bia Tu Tour). It covered five concerts in Canada and the USA. In 2008, a DVD under the name Valy life in America should appearing. Due to the great success he began his second tour World Tour 2008 which extend on four continents and withit the most extensive tour of a Persian artist from Afghanistan. For his success Valy was chosen with the Noor TV Awardss 2008 as a Best artiste of The Year. Valy appeared on the title page of the Persian Sitara magazines in May 2008
Valy is accused by the Persian-Tajik artist Seeta Qasemie (also beeing from Afghanistan) to cover her cooperation up at songs of his album. She claims to be the composer of the song Delbareh Mehraban and that the female voice is not from Persian-Tajik singer Mariam Morid but from her.
At an appearance in California in the context of the Persian Nawroz Celebration 2008 Valy announced the foundation the Valy Foundation. It is said The Valy Foundation collected over $2,000,000 in the Spring of 2008.
Like other Persian artists from Iran and central Asia, also Valy´s cooperation with Persian singers and artists from the Persian neighbouring states like Iran and Tajikistan, specially with iranian artists, contributes a contribution to the unfolding of the Persian language and culture and makes the cultural, historical and ethnic relationship between the Persian people of Afghanistan, Iran and Tajikistan. He represents a cultural link of these three Persian countries, specially for teenagers.
* After Love, octobre 2007 (Persian)
Singles (all songs are in Persian)
* Bia Tu * Delbareh Mehraban * Dilamo Shekundi * Dokhtar e Qataghani (Dokhtar e Kabuli/Herati/Masari...) (original: Ba in Sâz e Qataghan) * Doost Dokhtar * Hame Karat Doroughaki * Khab * Khanoumi * Zim Zim
Plz, check also the grammatic and if it doesn´t make any problems can you also upload a picture of him?. Thank you very much and have a good time. With best regards.--18.104.22.168 (talk) 13:32, 13 August 2008 (UTC)
- Thank you for your message. I will try to do carry out your request, if possible and withing the policy, during this week end. OK ... --Bhadani (talk) 17:09, 13 August 2008 (UTC)
Beating the bragger (that is me) by more bragging - and keeping alive the brag-flame:  to be compared with - User:Mikkalai/contrib Conclusion: When it comes to mockery and taunting, trolls and established editors behave in the same way!
Sometimes, IPs behave better than the established editors: 
Indian maritime history
I have recently finished editing this article. If you can find the time then please take a look into it and suggest improvements. I have this nagging feeling that I'm missing something but I can't quite point out what, and would appreciate any input on the talk page of the article. JSR (talk) 09:15, 18 August 2008 (UTC) (formerly user:South Block)
- I also rewrote Science and technology in the Republic of India. Any suggestions on the talk talk page if/when you find time would be appreciated. JSR (talk) 21:56, 18 August 2008 (UTC)
- Thank you for the barnstar :-). An award, and your kind words, motivate me to do more.JSR (talk) 07:07, 19 August 2008 (UTC)
- Also make sure to read Indian Media whenever you find time :-) JSR (talk) 16:38, 22 August 2008 (UTC)
- Sure. --Bhadani (talk) 17:02, 22 August 2008 (UTC)
There were versions of "Table Talk related" pages that encompassed more than just illicit talk during card games. (Maybe it was just in the discussion.) I've heard the phrase used in any number of games, especially where people play in teams, but not necessarily card games. Now, with article renaming, there's no place to put that information.
The existing article Table talk (cards) has no sources, but also doesn't seem quite correct or consistent. (In one place it says table talk is contrary to the rules, but later the article says it's often just unsporting.) So...it doesn't seem like a good foundation for article expansion. As a social process, it would nice to take in a broad picture, starting perhaps with Hoyle, then getting round to other attitudes toward table talk, such as that taken in Rummy 
Unfortunately, I'm not an avid card player, and this needs the hand of someone who's well-accustomed to the nuances.
From a solid foundation with cards, the article could venture into the implications for other games -- e.g., Monopoly or Trivial Pursuit where the rules have not been so heavily formalized, but which in a sense draw from more formally described rule sets (?)
Perhaps Table Talk (games) would be a more productive article title?
- I thank you for your comments. I am examining the matter and would request other editors to please comment. We all shall strive to do something to make the article better though the original contributors help shall also be required. I shall try to see the history and shall contact them. Meanwhile, I am putting a link to this on the talk page of the article. Thanks and Regards. --Bhadani (talk) 15:56, 24 August 2008 (UTC)
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- Thanks Mr. Bot :) - thanks indeed to one who operates you. I am deleting the image right now, and also review my other contributions. --Bhadani (talk) 15:51, 24 August 2008 (UTC)
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