Hello folks, This is my first ever post in this forum so I'll start with very light mood. This anecdote comes from Pakistan during the regime of the philanderer General Agha Yahya Khan, famous for his penchant for film actresses. One evening a woman arrived at the presidential palace and demanded admission, “I am actress Tarana,” she told the security guards. “I don’t care what Tarana you are,” replied the guard, “you have to have a pass to go in.” The woman was incensed and demanded to speak to the ADC to the President. The guard rang up the ADC and was told to let the woman in. Two hours later when she was leaving, the same guard sprang to attention and saluted her. “What change in your behavior!” remarked the woman very sarcastically. “Yes madam,” replied the guard, “when you came you were the actress Tarana; now you are leaving you are the Qaumi Tarana (national anthem), so I must salute you.”.