• International Marketing
    , Marathi, Tamil, Urdu and Gujarati as official languages. The different states of India have different official languages, some of them not recognized by the central government. Some states have more then one official language. Bihar in east India has three official languages - Hindi, Urdu and Bengali...
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  • Consumer Buying Behavior
    MPRA Munich Personal RePEc Archive E ective advertising and its in uence on consumer buying behavior Ghulam Shabbir Khan Niazi and Javaria Siddiqui and Burhan Ali Shah and Ahmed Imran Hunjra Quiad-e-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan., Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science, & Technology...
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  • laws of medias
    . The Lahore Martial Law was the army’s biggest exercise yet in the management and application of force in civil affairs. A past master in showmanship, General Azam used this opportunity to the maximum advantage and emerged as the most publicized general of the Pakistan Army. With his unbounded...
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  • Course Notes, Studyguide
    URDU NEWSPAPERS (NATIONAL) 1. DAILY JUNG: The Daily Jang is an Urdu newspaper based in Pakistan. It is the oldest newspaper of Pakistan in continuous publication since its foundation in 1939. Its current Group Chief Executive & Editor-in-Chief is Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman. The Daily Jang is...
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  • Islamic
    2 2 2 3 3 4 5 5 5 5 8 11 12 13 15 17 19 20 22 23 25 27 28 29 30 32 33 Social Work Special Education Urdu Visual Studies Applied Economics Research Centre Area Study Centre for Europe (ASCE) Center of Excellence for Women’s Studies Pakistan Study Centre FACULTY OF ENGINEERING Chemical Technology...
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  • Project
    the two soft drinks. PepsiCo took great advantage of the campaign with television commercials reporting the results to the public.[15] In 1976 Pepsi, RKO Bottlers in Toledo, Ohio hired the first female Pepsi salesperson, Denise Muck, to coincide with the United States bicentennial celebration. In...
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  • Documents
    (1964) and University of Pondicherry (1967). In 1967, while in America, he experimented with LSD. In 1969, Writers Workshop, Kozhikode published his The Damn Plays. A year later, he presented an art series of ten programmes for Indian television. In 1976, he translated Jawarharlal Nehru poetry from...
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  • indian film industry
    . But the introduction of sound made an immediate difference. In 1931, India's first talkie, Alam Ara, was released, dubbed into Hindi and Urdu. As the talkies emerged over the next decade, so too did a new series of issues. The most prominent of these, of course, was language, and language markets...
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  • Dissertation Winkelmann
    transliterations With a view to those readers who may be less familiar with Urdu, Arabic, and Persian, I restricted the use of words from the above languages in the text. Where desirable, the original word is added in brackets and can be found in the appended Glossary as well. Hoping to present a text that is...
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  • applied marketing
    delay. That’s why every seat has its own LCD entertainment system. Customers can watch any of 36 channels on DirecTV or listen to 100_ channels on Sirius XM Radio, free of charge. If that isn’t enough, six bucks will buy a movie or your favorite television show. JetBlue rounds out the amenities with...
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  • Social Studies
    anything and everything. Since the introduction of internet and television, print media has suffered a little and has lost its place amongst its audience but nonetheless, it still remains to be vital source of information especially in the rural areas of Pakistan. A major event in the history of...
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  • media and society
    substantially. There are dozens of newspapers ranging from the large English- and Urdu-language dailies and weeklies, to the small local-language papers. The number of television channels grew from two or three state-run stations in 2000 to over 60 privately owned channels in 2010. MEDIA GROUPS The...
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  • Consumer Buying Behaviour of Magazines
    Media with Thousands of Magazines and Newspapers in circulation. Top Notch Journalism, great reporting, press unity and a very strong network is what makes Print Media so much of a success even today in the age of Television and the Internet. It is also said that Print Media also helped literacy and...
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  • Dawn Internship Report
    events. I also helped them in the launch and promotion of DawnNews 8se11 Urdu transmission. Apart from that I was looking after the branding at the events. During my internship, branding at following events was taken care of: • PAF KIET – COMBAT 2010 • AURORA...
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  • Spaces and Silence in Women's Language
    for women freedom and equality then what would be the situation of eastern society. In our eastern society also , women are found silenced in literature. If we look to Urdu literature, we can find many examples of women silenced. One example of women’s silenced is Nazeer Ahmed‘s novel MIRAATUL UROOS...
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  • Last Day of Sardar
    the most widely-spoken language in Bangladesh – it resembles the status of official language and the Lingua franca of the nation. On the other hand, Urdu is the national and official language and the Lingua franca of the Pakistanis. Since English is considered a global language, both Bangladesh and...
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  • tv commercials
    cultures to inferiority, antiquity, or second place. And it is easy, and not entirely inaccurate, to caricature this global monoculture, especially as seen in television and the World Wide Web. It is a world of individuals with platinum Visa cards checking into five star hotels, of glittering...
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  • Indian television in the era of globalization
    for national development and set up transmission centers in cities across India that reach Mumbai and Calcutta. In order to adapt to this spread of television, programming were not only broadcast in Hindi but also in English, Punjabi and Urdu. During these years of development, television was...
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  • Paper
    communication within the country. It is disseminated through the government schools, the government colleges and universities which teach all | 90 | Reasons for Rage except technical and scientific subjects in Urdu, the print media, radio and the television. Thus all those who have passed...
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  • Adulteration of Western Culture in the Pakistani Society
    . Initially, there was no strong electronic media in the country. The media mainly consisted of radio, newspaper and then later on television with just a single channel i.e. PTV- a government owned channel. Post privatization of the electronic media, there has been a ‘westernized’ revolution in the fields of...
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