• 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Research
    to 2013. This report focuses on the importance of media content and its impact over the society. For analysis Ptv and Geo tv has been selected as specimens. A survey has been conducted between two generations in order to analyze the outcomes of this research. GEO TV   | Our Vision | “GEO...
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  • Management of Different Organization
    transmission started on 14th August 2002 on the PAS 10 digital satellite Regular transmission started on 1st October 2002 Geo TV is the first South Asian Urdu language channel to provide content comparable with world-class television broadcasters Geo is the fastest growing TV Channel in Pakistan with...
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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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  • Features
    is paining." * see instead of watch ("He is seeing TV right now"). Similarly, to see may be used as an imperative to mean to watch ("See that very carefully.") Most Indian languages do not distinguish between the two verbs. * shirtings and suitings = the process of making such garments; a...
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  • essays
    monolingual community or society like Japan etc. While talking about sub continent in general and specially Pakistan we come to know that we are a multilingual community. We use Urdu as a language of communication between different domestic language speakers, thus Urdu working as a lingua franka, we...
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  • 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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  • Famous Musicians
    , mantra, kundalini, ganja, hashish, Kama Sutra? They all became part of a cocktail that everyone seemed to be lapping up! ” In 1969 he published an English language autobiography, "My Music, My Life". Shankar has written two concertos for sitar and orchestra. His 3rd concerto was given its first...
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  • Social Indiferences
    that is deliberate, injustices done by choice, shady businesses carried out by pimps and loafers in dark urban streets, in none of this does Manto take sides. He would not sit in judgment, he would not establish some phony moral balance between two parties — for example, he was never heard saying that...
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  • New Media
     dialogues  which used information and communication technologies (ICTs) for social development in  rural and urban contexts in several countries since 1990. A programme of action around the  concept of the 'digital divide' between the information haves and have‐nots was promoted by  Bytes for All, with...
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  • Uuwe
    ETV Network (Telugu: ఈటీవీ నెట్వర్క్) is one of the largest networks of satellite television channels in India and is owned by Network 18, formally owned by Ramoji Group. Based at Hyderabad, this network runs a group of 12 regional language news and entertainment channels. When the satellite TV...
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  • my idiolecy
    sarcastically, “No, it’s sick; you could be a mog!” In this scenario, there are two slang words that were influenced by different factors; the word “sick” I got from my friends, the reason for this variation in spoken language is due to me wanting to be more involved with my friends and so adapted it...
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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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  • Journalism
    (rural/urban), language (English/Urdu) and the size of the media (local/national). Financially, the greatest divide is between print journalists on the one hand and TV-journalists and other electronic media workers on the other. A fulltime TV employee earns up to 100,000 rupees a month (1.200...
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  • Comunication Strategy of Coke N Pepsi
    match the melody while purchasing (Fill 2005, p.543). This commercial contains two languages, music is given in Urdu and the other is not clear to me. The reliability and quality and taste are appealed as it can influence the rigid people. The fourth commercial of Coke is the combination of rational...
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  • Danish Jawed , the Outstanding Canadian Playwright
    mental health problems, depression and sucide is common, the children of immigrants are also facing two life styles, they are Indian at home and White ouside. In all this they have to maintain their culture and language which is a big task for them. All these are beautifully focused in the...
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  • Market Research
    and DTH are two methods of delivery of television content. CAS is integral to both the systems in delivering pay channels. Cable TV is through cable networks and DTH is wireless, reaching direct to the consumer through a small dish and a set-top box. Although the government has ensured that free...
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