• Hindi Nationalism
    the case of language. In this essay we get to witness a connection between Hindi (old Hindi) and “Hindi” (new Hindi). Making of Hindi as a modern language connects to the programme of the imagining the nation largely in a broad manner. Today when we speak of Hindi, we talk about larger conflicts...
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  • Ascasd
    , particularly those that were covered by glaciers in recent geologic times. The primary... Premium Interview And Essay On Qawwali's Urdu, now the national language of Pakistan. Urdu is a Persianized variation of Hindi, the primary language of much of India. Urdu established itself as...
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  • Adulteration of Western Culture in the Pakistani Society
    an adulteration has taken place but in my essay I have focused on some of the key aspects, for example, media, language, dress-code and education. Beginning with the definition of culture: Culture (Latin: cultura, lit. "Cultivation") is a term that has many different inter-related meanings. However...
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  • How Does Language Reflect Me
    English Essay: Introduction: The way you speak to a person depends on the language form you choose to speak in. At the same time, it also depends whom you are speaking to. There are a variety of ways of saying a particular sentence to a person. Let us take the sentence ”Hello, how are you,” if...
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  • English a Medium of Instruction
    English a Medium of Instruction A question we are still grappling with in Pakistan after 60 years is, what should be the language of instruction in our schools? In Dhaka Quid-e-azam said “let me make it very clear to you that the state language of Pakistan is going to be Urdu and no other...
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  • Parsi Theatre
      Parsi Theater, Urdu Drama, and the Communalization of Knowledge: A Bibliographic Essay I its remarkable century-long history traversing the colonial and nationalist eras, the Parsi theater was unique as a site of communal harmony. The Parsi theater began in Bombay in the early...
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  • Communilisation and Disintegration of Urdu in Anita Desai Incustody by Amina Yaqin
    current perception as a sectarian language adopted by Indian Muslims, marking their separation from the national collectivity. In this article I wish to explore these themes through the lens of literature, specifically an Indian English novel about Urdu entitled In Custody by Anita Desai. Writing in...
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  • Educational Management and Leadership
    Urdu (Language and literature) and History of south Asia and Middle East, with fully grip on the above mentioned subjects.   Principal, Instructor At Ghauri public high school, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. Had been performed his duty as a Head of The Management of The school. April 2006...
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  • pcra
    DETAILS OF ESSAY COMPETITION The essay competition is focused on making the youth of our country aware about the importance and need of conservation of petroleum products. (A) Essay competition is to be conducted in maximum of 15 languages as given below Sr Language in which essay...
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  • Text
    The Resignation (Std IX) Introduction Munshi Premchand is generally recognised as the foremost Hindi-Urdu writer during the early twentieth century. Premchand was born in the village Lamhi near Varanasi to Munshi Ajaib Lal, a clerk in the post office and his wife Anandi. In 1899, Premchand...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    The question as to what would be the state language of Pakistan was raised immediately after its creation. Muslim scholars and leaders logically believed that Urdu, only spoken by 7%, should be the lingua franca because it had gained a reputation as the cultural symbol of subcontinental Muslims...
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  • Science
    . Language and thought. Moyer Bell, 2004 36. Hanif, Mohammed. A case of exploding mangoes. Random House India, 2008 37. Greetham, B. How to write better essays. Palgrave, 2001 38. Quality assurance in higher education: a global perspective. Higher Education Commission, 2008 39. Finegan, E. Language...
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  • Saadat-Hasan-Manto--Writer-of-Stark-Realities.Pdf
    This page was exported from - Jahane Rumi Export date: Thu Nov 18 17:11:12 2010 / +0000 GMT Saadat Hasan Manto- Writer of Stark Realities (Courtesy Iftikhar Chaudri) Saadat Hassan Manto (May 11, 1912 ? January 18, 1955) was a Pakistani Urdu short story writer, most known for his Urdu short...
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  • Anita Desai
    which deals with space-time in relation to the cultural dynamics. In Custody deals subtly with the diminishing Islamic and Muslim culture in India and the profile of Urdu as an official language. A parallel is drawn between Urdu and Hindi which is juxtaposed with the change of cultural dynamics...
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  • Feasibility Report
    in all categories. The difference between NGO and government schools was negligible. These results matched the opinions expressed in focal groups and interviews. Khan et al (1999) assessed learning achievement in Science, Mathematics, and Language (Urdu) for grade 4 students. The test instruments...
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  • Alighar Movement
    purpose was to translate the English books and essays into Urdu for the common Indians. After posting of Sir Syed Ahmed khan this society was also shifted to Aligarh. * Aligarh Institute Gazette On March 30, 1866, Sir Syed published a weekly Ali Garh Institute Gazette from Ali Garh to finish...
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  • Minto's Ideology
    Hassan Manto (Punjabi, Urdu: ‏‏سعادت حسن منٹو‎) (May 11, 1912 – January 18, 1955) was a short story writer of the Urdu language. He is best known for his short stories, "Bu" (Odour), "Khol Do" (Open It), "Thanda Gosht" (Cold Meat), and his magnum opus, "Toba Tek Singh". Manto was also a film and...
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  • Word
    Prosperity of the Muslims. Aligarh Movement and Muslim Nationalism 4. Promotion of Urdu language 5. Evolution of Muslim Leadership 6. Respectable Social Status of the Muslims 6 Sir Syed was a great educationist; educational institutions established under the influence of Aligarh Movement educated...
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  • Linguistics in Pakistan
    ---National Language Authority for Urdu; Sindhi Language Authority; Pashto Academy; Balochi Academy; Brahvi Academy; Punjabi Adabi Board---focus on that aspect of language planning (LP) which is defined as corpus planning (Cooper 1989: 154). They write dictionaries, standardize spellings and...
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  • Azhar Abbasi
    demanded that Hindi should be the next official language. The Muslims were struck by this as Urdu had special place in their hearts. This was another factor guiding him towards his two nation theory. Hindi-Urdu Controversy Hindi-Urdu Controversy was started in 1867. Hindus demanded Hindi to be...
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