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Essays on Iqbal Day In Urdu Language

  1. The Origin Of The Urdu Language
    forms and styles of writing riddles or paheliyan. In medieval times, the old-Urdu language had various names such as Hindi, Hindvi, Dehlavi, used by Amir Khusro...
  2. How English Language Has Brought Change To Urdu Language
    people find it easier to use English. The current generation believes that Urdu language brings orthodoxy and limits their scope and vision. To date, when a child...
  3. Speech Of Mr. Ghulam Sabir On 15 November At Iqbal Day In Copenhagen.
    SPEECH OF MR. GHULAM SABIR ON 15 NOVEMBER AT IQBAL DAY IN COPENHAGEN. I am delighted to see here the dignitaries representing their great countries. Their presence...
  4. Iqbal Day
    It urges for unity and cooperation to build a favorable environment and to solve day-to-day problems. Whoever has become familiar with its reality has understood...
  5. Advantages Of Urdu Language
    its credit needs; unregulated and unregistered units, and not observing fixed hours/days of operation. Importance of Informal Sector: Its importance can be seen...
  6. ‘Scope Of Urdu Language In Pakistan’
    Top of Form * All fields required unless otherwise noted Website Subject & Content What is the name of your website? [pic] We will use this name to...
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  7. About Lahore
    Mughal-Gothic style. Punjabi is the language of the province, and is the most widely spoken language in Lahore, although Urdu and English are becoming more popular...
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  8. Pakistani Media Synopsis
    Interests Print Media and Political Parties Outreach of Print Media A Matter of Languages Press Organisations Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV) and its Monopoly...
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  9. Current
    had no roots at all in any of the provinces of West Pakistan. Urdu language, finally became the official national language but without happy consent of the largest...
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  10. Biography
    named him a "national poet".[4] His birthday Ym-e Weldat-e Muammad Iqbl ( ) or (Iqbal Day) is a public holiday in Pakistan.[12] In India he is also remembered as...
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  11. Urdu
    and gradually evolved into present day Urdu. It is for this reason that Urdu is also referred to as Lashkari Zaban or language of the army. During its development...
  12. Common Minimum Program
    Employment Guarantee Act. This will provide a legal guarantee for at least 100 days of employment to begin with on asset-creating public works programmes every year...
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  13. Allama Muhammad Iqbal
    of communal harmony. His birthday is annually commemorated in Pakistan as Iqbal Day, a national holiday. Iqbal is the namesake of many public institutions, including...
  14. Independence Day Of Bangladesh
    did not accept Jinnah's claim and continued their resistance to the imposition of Urdu language. Subsequent attempts by the Pakistani rulers to replace Bangla...
  15. Pakistani Punjabi Cinema
    film of Pakistan was made by Mr. Lal, released in 1948, Teri Yaad in Urdu language. It didn't succeed at box office but Lahore kept going on. The very next venture...
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  16. Urdu English
    NW, 25Jan. 1970; Ahmad, 1971) for having given cause, or encouraged, the Sindhi-Urdu language riots of January 1970 as well as July 1972. As the PPP had the image...
  17. Language Learning
    from 18 schools had turned up to contest the trophy. Each team was accompanied by their Urdu language teachers who had put in a great deal of effort to prepare...
  18. Impact Of Western Culture On Pakistani Society
    Today, unfortunately most Pakistani youths are not proud of speaking the Urdu language and this is mostly seen in the upper middle and Elite classes. Most Pakistanis...
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  19. Pakistan Society
    in their homes, usually to help their children master it. The Urdu language originated during the Mughal period (1526- 1858). It literally means "a camp...
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  20. Media In Subcontinent
    preserved the memories of Muslims power of influence afresh. So, they promoted Urdu language and financially assisted in its publication. Jam-e- Jahan Numa: First...
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  21. Indo-Pak Relations
    INDO PAK RELATIONS ( PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES). Two independent sovereign dominions were born on Aug 14-15 1947.The two dominions India and Pak were created by a...
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  22. Jihad In Islam
    IN ISLAM In the Name of Allah, the Merciful and the Most Beneficent (This Address was delivered on Iqbal Day, April 13, 1939, at the Town Hall, Lahore) The word...
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  23. Pak-China Relations
    of professors and scholars as well as students; the study of Chinese and Urdu languages; seminars and workshops; exchange of specialists in various disciplines...
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  24. ‘To What Extent Is Modern-Day English The Same Language As That Introduced To The British Isles One And a...
    and spoken form. Yet there are clear connections from what we know as Modern-day English to the language spoken hundreds of years ago, allowing us to consider them...
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  25. Iqbal And Pakistan
    sabhas, which had initially stood for cow protection, the promotion of Hindi as a national language, and self rule, formally launched the Hindu Mahasabha in 1922...
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  26. The Problem Of Language In "All Quiet On The Western Front"
    of his pre-enlistment and innocent days. Further, he is repulsed by the banal and meaningless language that is used by members of that society. As he...
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  27. Pun With Language: The Role Of The Pun Throughout The History Of The World
    passage from the Bible without a pun in sight. But when one considers the language of one of the original translations of the Bible, Greek, the circumstances become...
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  28. Language
    and no one should let it go so simply. I also participate in the different roots of language. My native language is Urdu and I learned Arabic and English. Learning...
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  29. 4 Day Right To Cancel
    division. Perhaps, the ordinance could consider the contract be in a larger typeface and in other languages as well. This way one could reasonably expect a customer...
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  30. Mind Your Language.........Be a Good Person....Get a Life....!
    us have forgotten our manners we learnt in school.... "WHY IN THIS WORLD DO WE ABUSIVE LANGUAGE IN OUR DAILY CONVERSATIONS.." If you still give a damn then go...
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