• Amrita Pritam
    to Hindi-Punjabi soon after the question of deciding the state language arose.[2] It was also accompanied by communal tensions between Hindus and Sikhs which had remained dormant during the British period since the struggle was primarily confined to the two major religious groups--Hindus and...
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  • Role of English in India
    regional local varieties and the important diglossia between written and spoken registers8. There is no speaking community which does not handle at least three distinct language codes, and there is no language whose speakers don’t have at least two other contact languages. Similarly, there is no...
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  • Research on Pakistani Cinema
    ). 4.2 Problems in Ahmed’s theory Three problems exist in Ahmad’s classification of genre. Firstly his study is limited to the number of films observed. Secondly his two genres are primarily based on spoken languages other than Urdu. Thirdly he doesn’t discuss semantic and syntactical elements and...
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  • Lata Mangeskar
    (1948).[6] Initially, Mangeshkar is said to have imitated Noor Jehan, but later she developed her own style of singing.[6] Lyrics of songs in Hindi movies are primarily composed by Urdu poets and contain a higher proportion of Urdu words, including the dialogue. Actor Dilip Kumar once made a mildly...
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  • Features
    brother) may be used for people between 1–15 years older than oneself. The use of bhāi as a suffix is very common amongst North Indians and Urdu speakers. In other parts of India, terms from local languages may be used instead, e.g. tāi (elder sister) and bhāu or dādā (elder brother) in the case of...
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  • Research Paper
    Heavenly Court of Indra) written by Agha Hasan Amanat Ali in the courtyard of the last Nawab of Oudh, Wajid Ali Shah, marked the beginning of Urdu theatre. The drama dealt with the love story between a fairy and a prince.The Nawab, who was a Kathak dancer and had written theses on stage techniques...
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  • Lata Mangeshkar
    the movie Majboor (1948). Initially, Lata imitated Noor Jehan, who was then the most popular singer, but later she developed her own style of singing. Lyrics of songs in Hindi movies are primarily composed by Urdu poets and contain a higher proportion of Urdu words, including the dialogue. Actor...
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  • Planning
    . Professional Opportunities For many people, the benefits of learning English include broadening their employment opportunities, since it is used so commonly in business. People who speak two or more languages are often ideal candidates for jobs in travel, international business, or translation...
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  • Literature
    come from two dramatists: Titus Maccius Plautus (Plautus) and Publius Terentius Afer (Terence).[25] In re-working the Greek originals, the Roman comic dramatists abolished the role of the chorus in dividing the drama into episodes and introduced musical accompaniment to its dialogue (between one...
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  • Hindi Cinema
    . The connection between Hindi, Urdu, and Hindustani is an extremely contentious matter. There has been a growing presence of Indian English in dialogue and songs as well. It is not uncommon to see films that feature dialogue with English words and phrases, even whole sentences. There is a growing...
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  • Research Paper
    some weeks, its language was changed into Persian because the circulation remained extremely low. Later, after two years, it was integrated with a four-page Urdu news sheet for the reason that some of the British officials had learned Urdu where on the other hand people could be mobilized to use Urdu...
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  • Bnbj
    different parts of the world classified and represented their experiences, and acted creatively. Distinctions are currently made between the physical artifacts created by a society, its so-called material culture and everything else,[3] the intangibles such as language, customs, etc. that are the main...
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  • Facts
    relationship in London on 6 August 2010 though an enhanced UK-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue. This will lead to strengthened co-operation between the two countries in areas of  global and regional peace and stability, people-to-people links, trade and investment, education, culture, and parliamentary. A joint...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    , also known as Bengali. English also is commonly used in urban areas. Bangla is an Indo-Aryan language descended from Sanskrit. It has a unique script, also based on Sanskrit. Some non-Bengali Muslims in Bangladesh speak Urdu as their primary tongue. Literacy rates in Bangladesh are...
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  • Human Rights Violation of Biharis in Bangladesh
    problem. But the ratio of discrimination between Biharis and Bengal Bangladeshi people are not same. Biharis are more vulnerable than Bengali Bangladeshi people in various development sectors of society because only of their Bihari identity and language of Urdu. For example, Bengali Bangladeshi people...
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  • lab report
    between society quick and easy. Moreover, nowadays society has become less emotional due to the use of more mobile phones. Nevertheless, the social network has increased the opportunity to stay in contact with friends and family. However there are advantages and disadvantages in the communication...
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  • Parsi Theatre
    was topical, catchy, and entertaining without regard to canons of taste. This eclecticism contrasted with the close fit between earlier religious dramas and communities of believers, and with the modern theaters in Indian languages addressed to specific linguistic communities. In devotional theater...
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  • English Urdu Relationship
    language of the province. However, it could only be Urdu that would serve as a bridge between the peoples of different provinces and be the official language of the Pakistani State (1989, 183). You will hear the latter part of this speech quoted and stressed by both quartersóthose who criticize his support...
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  • Code Switching
    , cultural and elitist power of English’. Such power is vividly seen in Pakistan where people tend to switch from Urdu to English to create special effect. Urdu is the national language of Pakistan and one of the two official languages of Pakistan (the other official language being English). It is the most...
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  • Communilisation and Disintegration of Urdu in Anita Desai Incustody by Amina Yaqin
    been marginalized through a lack of representation in the linguistic federation of states—Urdu is indeed perceived as an endangered language by the minority who are literate in it. For Ahmad, the political nation and the cultural community are the two ultimate “framing realities” that dominate post...
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