• Terrorism
    and mediaTERRORISM AND INDIAN MEDIA :A Comparative Study of approach English, Hindi and Urdu newspapers towards terrorism by India Policy Foundation A serious research work on the approach of the Indian print media towards terrorism was brought out by India Policy Foundation (IPF) in March 2009....
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  • New Trends in Pakistani Media
    and the television in their news bulletins. English language newspapers, too, hardly accommodated stories pertaining to such crimes. It was only the Urdu press which used to report such happenings. However, these days stories of the rape of a girl in a remote area or of a dacoity in an urban locality...
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  • Urdu Hindi Controversy
    united. Urdu was the official language of the sub-continent and was spoken and used by both, Hindus and Muslims. All groups had contributed towards the development of the language. The Urdu-Hindi controversy started with the fall of the Mughal Empire. This is because the Hindus felt that Urdu was a language...
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  • Press in Subcountinent
    disliked it because it preserved the memories of Muslim’s power of influence afresh. So, they promoted Urdu language and financially assisted in its publication * Jam-e-Jahan Numa: First printed Urdu newspaper was “Jam-e-Jahan Numa”, published in Calcutta in 1822 under the supervision of British. Its...
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  • Post Colonial Impact in Anita Desai’s in Custody
    Post Colonial Impact on Urdu Language Lovers in Anita Desai’s In Custody Dr.A.CHANDRA BOSE, PhD., Assistant Professor of English The Madura College (Autonomous) Madurai, Tamilnadu -625 011 boseac@gmail.com Introduction Anita...
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  • Role of Language and Script in Raising the Religious Revivalism in Colonial Punjab Ayesha Tabbasum
    Punjab aYESHA TABBASUM The language played the significant role in the creation of identities among the major communities in pr-parathion India. The Urdu language had developed as a common language among all the communities and was, in the absence of a common religion the North-western Provinces and various...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    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. However, eastern Pakistanis regarded Urdu as the language of the elite, not the language of the people...
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  • essays
    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 use domestic languages at local level such as Punjabi, Hindko, Barahwi, Sindhi...
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  • Language Movement
    total population. The Urdu-speaking Pakistanis were mostly immigrants from India. They were mainly concentrated in the city of Karachi, the newly formed capital of Pakistan. The Urdu-speaking people of Pakistan were not more than three per cent of the total population, although Urdu was widely understood...
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  • Paper
    English Greetings Urdu Greetings: Hi! Salam! !سلام Good morning! Salam Alekum/Subha Ba-khair! !سلام علیکم/صبح بخیر Good evening! Salam Alekum سلام علیکم Welcome! (to greet someone) Khush Aamdeed خوش آمدید How are you? Kya Hal Hai? کیا حال ہے؟ I'm fine, thanks! Main Theek Hun, Shukriya...
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  • Dawn Internship Report
    I assisted the marketing executive in managing and organizing the events. I also helped them in the launch and promotion of DawnNews 8se11 Urdu transmission. Apart from that I was looking after the branding at the events. During my internship, branding at following events was taken...
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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 s...
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  • The Status and Role of Regional Languages in Higher Education in Pakistan
    numerous problems in language planning in higher education. There are concerns about the limited role of regional languages, lack of required materials in Urdu, and student difficulties in English. The research reported here is a nationwide survey of 2136 students, 121 Subject and English teachers of public...
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  • Docs
    [words of] peace, Urdu اور خدا کے بندے تو وہ ہیں جو زمین پر آہستگی سے چلتے ہیں اور جب جاہل لوگ ان سے (جاہلانہ) گفتگو کرتے ہیں تو سلام کہتے ہیں 25:64 to top Sahih International And those who spend [part of] the night to their Lord prostrating and standing [in prayer] Urdu اور جو وہ اپنے پروردگار...
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  • Jang Brand Audit
    and demographic readership. It started as a tabloid newspaper in Dehli in 1939 but since Pakistan’s independence has established itself as the premium Urdu newspaper in the Pakistan. The newspaper has presence in all the major cities of Pakistan including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Quetta and Multan. Besides...
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  • Culture Touches in Twilight in Delhi by Ahmad Ali
    INTJR-Lit-1-2-June 2012-Ahmed 2012 Urdu Poetry in English Novel: Twilight in Delhi Dr. Zia Ahmed Abstract Twilight in Delhi (1940/2000) by Ahmed Ali is a portrayal of the cultural traditions of the Indian Muslims and their decay under the British rule .One fascinating feature of the novel is reproduction...
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  • Are Elections Best Test for Democracy
    Lower KG | Nursery | 16.04.2013 (Tuesday) | Math | English | Math | English | 18.04.2013 (Thursday) | Urdu | Math | English | Math & | 20.04.2013 (Saturday) | English | Urdu | Urdu | Urdu | 22.04.2013 (Monday) | EVS | GK & Drawing | Science & Drawing | Drawing | 23.04.2013 (Tuesday)...
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  • How English Language Has Brought Change to Urdu Language
    As my group and I interviewed Amjad Islam Amjad we got to know several reasons for the changes that English has brought to the Urdu language over the period of time. The two I will be discussing are: * Differences in schooling. * Government role in making English as an official language. However...
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  • National Integration
    “nationalities”, the Punjabis, Sindhis, Pushtoons and the Baloch, a major linguistic group, the Urdu-speaking people, and several smaller ethnolinguistic groups. Recently, however, a party representing the Urdu-speaking people in Sindh has demanded the “nationality” status for its group, while there has...
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  • Feasibility Report
    their peers. 3. Private school consistently scored better than government schools. The NGO Action Aid Pakistan conducted an assessment of Mathematics, Urdu and General knowledge on 965 students in 50 schools sampled from six districts in the four major provinces and AJK. In addition, the study included...
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