• Somia Foundation
    Test No 01 Name: . Class : 9th Marks obtained: Note: All questions are Compulsory and carry equal marks Attach this sheet with answer sheet. 30 Time Allowed: 1: 30 hrs Passing marks : 20 Q. No.1 Mark (True) and (False) to the given stances. 05 i. Robert frost is...
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  • Training Plan
    BIRTHDAY PROGRAM : 132nd Birthday of Allama Iqbal, the greatest scholar, was celebrated on 9th November in all over Pakistan. PIA-BSA also celebrated great leader’s birthday with respect. the program was organised to be held at Provincial Head Quarter, PIA township. the ceremony was arranged and...
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  • Asim Shah
    AM YOU ARE HERE: HOME ESSAY ON TERRORISM IN PAKISTAN AND ITS SOLUTION Essay on Terrorism in Pakistan and its Solution Posted by Tarry Malik+ on Saturday,March 9, 2013 in Pakistan | Comments (0) Federal Board 5th and 8th Class Result 2013 Jobs Us jobrapido.com/jobs+us 5 New jobs...
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  • Comparative Study of Pakistan & Chinese Cultures
    Comparative study of Pakistan and Chinese Cultures 2013 Iqbal Day: Nov 09 Iqbal. The event is celebrated with a lot of debating and poetry contests held at different institutes all over Pakistan. 9th November is celebrated as the birthday of the National Poet of Pakistan, Allama Quaid-E-Azam Day...
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    , the millers were obliged to continue the payment of a fee to the graduating pupils up until 1961. Only five years afterward, the cake-ride was reactivated as a tourist attraction and has been celebrated ever since. Aspects of Economy and Amusement Modern food festivals are generally characterized by...
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  • Naeem
    the correct answer. (SIR FAISAL REHMAN) Page #2 A B C D 1 A festival or a culture event is a celebration of an occasion to create a sense of brotherhood, selflessness, peace and sacrifice among the_____ Children Women Men People 2 Eid-ul-Azha is celebrated on ____ Zil-Hajjah...
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  • summer
    ? -11th May On which date Quit India Day comes? -9th August Which day is celebrated as Independence Day of India? -15th August 166 When is Sadbhavna Diwas (Goodwill Day ) observed in India? -20 August (Late Prime minister Rajiv Gandhi's birth anniversary) When comes National Sports Day of...
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  • General Knowledge
    celebrated? -11th May On which date Quit India Day comes? -9th August Which day is celebrated as Independence Day of India? -15th August 166 When is Sadbhavna Diwas (Goodwill Day ) observed in India? -20 August (Late Prime minister Rajiv Gandhi's birth anniversary) When comes National Sports Day...
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  • Culture of Bangladesh
    /religious festivals and events celebrated by the people of Bangladesh:  Eid ul Fitr : This marks the celebration at the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. Bangladeshis mark this day by first taking part in a morning prayer with other Muslims.  Eid ul Azha: Festival of sacrifice. The...
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  • Bnbj
    is a known religious festival which is celebrated in many parts of Pakistan. The Milaad is the celebration for the birthday of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad. Muharram (Ashura) In Pakistan, the first ten days of Muharram are observed officially. The 10th day of Muharram is marked in the memory of...
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  • Rabindra Jayanti
    celebrated ceremoniously and jauntiness all across West Bengal. According to Gregorian calendar Ravindra Jayanti is celebrated on 8th or 9th may every year in the month of May. Homage is paid to Rabindranath on this day. The celebration of Rabindra Jayanti is among the important festivals for Bengalis...
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  • Hrm Practices in Bangladesh
    -Fitr is called Chãd Rat (the night of the moon) and is often celebrated with firecrackers. Major Hindu festivals are Durga Puja, Kali Puja and Saraswati Puja. Buddha Purnima, which marks the birth of Gautama Buddha, and Christmas, called Bôŗodin (Great day), are both national holidays. The most...
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  • Festives of Pakistan
    Festivals in Pakistan. Shab-e-Barat :*   Religious festival celebrated on 14th of Shaaban, the 8th Islamic month. Prayers, fire works, exchange of sweet dishes and visits.  Eid-ul-Fitr* :   Religious festival celebrating end of fasting month on 1st of Shawwal, the 10th month of Islamic...
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  • About Teachers Day
    have selected. Every student in the class will bring one dry food/grocery item between Rs.50-Rs.100 and each class/section prepares a food box. iEARN Pakistan 2008 | 6 Step 3: Implement Select a group of student from the class, visit the home of identified family and give the food box to them...
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  • Bangladesh
    Independence Day (26 March), marks the day when Bangladesh declared itself separate from Pakistan. The event is marked with military parades and political speeches. Poila Boishakh, the Bengali New Year, is celebrated on the first day of the month of Boishakh (generally in April). Poetry readings and...
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  • Cultural Change of Bangladesh
    (November) is also called the Festival of Lights and honors Kali, a female deity who has the power to give and take away life. Candles are lit in and around homes. Other Hindu and Islamic rituals are celebrated in villages and neighborhoods and are dependent on important family or local traditions...
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  • Haier
    achieved localized operation of a Three-in-One mode of designing, producing, and marketing in Europe. | 2001-04-09 | From April 9th to 14th, 2001, the Cornerstone Laying Ceremony of Haier Pakistan Industrial Park and the Opening Ceremony of Haier Bengal Plant were held. Haier Pakistan Industrial...
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  • lawyer in nature
    out in days and nights of nursing. She had little of the weaknesses, common to women of her age and class, for finery or jewellery. Her life was an endless chain of fasts and vows through which her frame seemed to be borne only by the strength of her faith. The children clung to her as she divided...
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  • final research HND Business
    . It is celebrated with seasonal change. Some religious groups are against it because of the immoral & un-ethical musical and dance shows during the festival. Some people use alcohol in public places and commit crime these should be stopped. Kite-flying with harmful wires should be banned as it...
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  • Basant as a Cultural Heritage of Lahore
    is not Pakistan. This is not part of our civilization.” (The Guardian) The cry by the Jamiyat and other religious parties to impose ban on purely religious grounds, that is, Basant being a Hindu festival and thus unIslamic; therefore it should not be celebrated for the same reason might not be a...
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