• Confrence
    understand language and narrative. CIRCLe is not an organization dedicated entirely to Islamic research. It is an amalgamation of socio-political research, and advocacy for peace, harmony, and tolerance. CIRCLe has established a well-equipped resource center for researchers. CIRCLe‟s resource center has...
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  • Urdu English
    the points of the Islamic parties in the election manifesto of 1970 was: 'national languages to replace English as the medium of instruction so that the dual system of education in Urdu and English could end' (Hussain, 1979: 88). The association of Urdu with the RE, Bhutto's political opponents, is...
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  • polotical parties
    of the mohajir population, and its feelings of resentment against perceived discrimination. Isolated from the population of rural Sindh by language and culture, the Urdu-speaking mohajirs, locked in a tussle for university places and government jobs, has carved out a distinct ethnic identity for...
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  • Secularism, A solution to violence in pakistan
    in political language. In Sindh, the Urdu-speaking community has recently been successful in introducing a local bodies system of their choice in the urban areas that are under their influence. Against that act, among the Sindhi speaking community especially in the rural areas there is anxiety. In...
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  • Paper
    EDUCATION SYSTEM OF PAKISTAN WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ENGLISH TARIQ RAHMAN P akistan is a multilingual state with six major languages—Punjabi (spoken by 44.15 percent of a population of 153 million in 2003); Pashto (15.42 percent); Sindhi (14.10); Siraiki (10.53); Urdu (7.57); Balochi (3.57...
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  • Governance in Pakistan
    forced torevoke order.BenazirBhutto's the government imposed in their a 60-dayban on six evening Urdu-language newspapers Karachiin June1995 following detailed of in reportage gruesome killings thecity. 13. Following of HeraldandNewsline serious threats from MQM, theeditors themonthly the in had...
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  • urdu asa basis of national unity
    language. People of two different areas can easily understood each other ideas and thoughts by urdu. A promotor of Islamic education: Lectures on islamic education and religion are delievered in Urdu throughout Pakistan. The religious leaders, mystics and sufi poets spread the light of islam in sub...
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    The Culture of Pakistan Language Urdu is the only official language of Pakistan. Although English is generally used instead of Urdu in this regard. English is the lingua franca of the Pakistani elite and most of the government ministries. Urdu is closely related to Hindi but is written in an...
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  • Great Words
    , Lahore | | | | |Journal of Research (Languages & Islamic Studies) |Department of Urdu, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan |Z...
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  • Ideology of Pakistan
    could have the freedom to practice their religion and live their lives as free individuals of an independent country. There are five principles/elements of the ideological foundation of Pakistan. 1. Islam 2. Two Nation Theory 3. Territorial Land 4. Democratic System 5. Urdu Language 1...
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  • Daily Routine
    Kashmiryat Mass Communication Mountain Conservation and Watershed Management Psychology Social Work Urdu Arabic Chemistry English Geography Mathematics Persian Philosophy Physical Education Physics Political Science Punjabi Statistics Social Work Archaeology Fine Arts French History Islamic Studies...
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  • Education
    that all English medium school that get government aids will consider Urdu language as a medium of instruction IMPACT: 1. Clear foundation of education In national educational policy Islamic Ideology of life was considered as base of education 2. University Grants Commission It was decided...
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  • Result
    Science, Geography Genetics English Language (Second Group) Islamic Studies, (Second Group) Genetics, Social Work Statistics , History (i) History of Pakistan 1947-1988, (ii) International Relations (1871-1945) (iii) Modern Muslim (Arab World) 1919-1970 Punjabi, (Second Group) German, Spanish, Zoology...
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  • English
    Kashmiriyat, Geography, Aero Science, Hindi Islamic Studies(Old & New Syllabi)/ Ethics (First Group)* English Language (First Group)** English (for B.Sc. Candidates) Education, (First Group) Applied Psychology/ Psychology, Microbiology Journalism, Chemistry, Space Science A Comp. A Evening: 2.00 P.M...
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  • Geological Survey of Pakistan
    the same except few letters. Arabic language can be learnt through Urdu. There is no need to learn sindhi language as it is a local language and there is no need to remain as a compulsory subject. We are far behind from the other nation to prevail literacy in our country according to the Islamic...
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  • Pak Study Notes
    different languages, they are joined together by one national language which is the heritage of all. 4. Medium of Instruction Urdu language is the medium of instruction in most of the educational instituations of Pakistan. History, Islamic Studies, Political Science and other subjects are taught upto...
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  • Cltral Identities
    , Haidri starts off by arguing about the meaning of shukria, which she defined as ‘thank you’ or ‘please’ or ‘sugar’. It is one of the few words she spoke in Urdu and yet she was not sure of the meaning. English was dominant in both their lives. English is Haidri’s first language in which she...
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  • Urdu
    of Islamic literature and Sharia literature has also been written Urdu. It was even before many other languages that Sharia and Islamic literature was written and also translated in this language. Urdu has emerged as a binding force which has kept the people of Pakistan close to each other. National...
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  • History of Language
    powerful politicians from the western wing of Pakistan considered Urdu a product of Indian Islamic culture, while they saw Bengali as a part of "Hinduized" Bengali culture.[9] Most,however,stood by the "Urdu only" policy as they believed that only a single language, one that was not indigenous to...
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  • Essay
    nation's diverse ethnic and cultural groups. Instead, it disintegrated into rival factions soon after independence. Lack of a consensus over prospective Islamic provisions for the nation's governance, Bengali resentment over the West Pakistanis' initial imposition of Urdu as the national language...
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