• Uncertain Future of Native Language
    government/educational pressure or perceived social and economic advantages). Pakistan has at least six major languages and 58 minor ones (Rehman, 2003). Urdu is the national language with over 11 millions mother-tongue speakers and the number of people who use it as a second language could well be more than...
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  • Amrita Pritam
    Hindus used Urdu as the language of administration, commerce and journalism. Urdu was also the major language of literary expression in British Punjab while Punjabi was the spoken language. As Punjabi Hindus were mainly a mercantile urban middle class, they were enthusiastic users of Urdu. They were also...
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  • Ghalibiat
    Biography of Mirza Ghalib Mirza Asadullah Baig Khan (Urdu/Persian: مرزا اسد اللہ بیگ خان) was a classical Urdu and Persian poet from India during British colonial rule. His also known as 'Mirza Asadullah Khan Galib', 'Mirza Galib', 'Dabir-ul-Mulk' and 'Najm-ud-Daula'. His pen-names was...
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  • The Radio Pakistan
    successfully attempted to establish a foothold in those areas by localising its broadcasting activities. It suffices to say that, in addition to the Urdu language, the PBC also broadcasts in 20 regional languages from 33 different cities. Beside its traditional and exclusive field of operations, namely...
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  • Shahg89
    number of candidates: Urdu medium: Grade 8 Eng. Medium: Number of candidates opting Social Studies in English/Urdu medium English Number of candidates opting Islamiyat in English/Urdu medium English Urdu Urdu Six Compulsory subjects for Grade 8:- English, Urdu, Mathematics, Science, Social...
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  • Afnan
    (40 min) MON May 20, 2013 Chemistry (3 hrs) TUE May 21, 2013 WED May 22, 2013 THU May 23, 2013 FRI May 24, 2013 SAT May 25, 2013 Urdu Compulsory (3 hrs) MON May 27, 2013 Biology (3 hrs) TUE May 28, 2013 WED May 29, 2013 Physics (3 hrs) THU May 30, 2013 FRI May 31,...
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  • Urdu
    India Policy Foundation India Policy Foundation Contents Urdu Media is a Victim of Reactionism- Prof. Rakesh Sinha I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI. XII. XIII. XIV. XV. XVI. Urdu media’s tirade against Rushdie Fatwa against Christian priests for conversion Thirty thousand Britons...
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  • anita desai
    to say, because there are Indian writers in so many different languages, some of which I read and most of which I don’t. I do know writers of Hindi, Urdu and Bengali. I don’t know writers in twenty different languages. I can’t say any of them has been an influence on my writings simply because I didn’t...
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  • Spoken Language
    influenced me to speak Urdu as well, as it is Pakistan national language and my second mother’s language. This also affects my culture as Pakistan national language is Urdu and my parents are from Pakistan. Urdu is also one of my mother’s tongues so therefore I practice writing and speaking Urdu. I fully understand...
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  • Essay's
    7% of GDP, an idea that was first suggested by the Punjab government. Languages Education in Pakistan is carried out in two languages, Urdu and English. While Urdu is the national language of Pakistan, the language was originally and initially developed in Uttar Pradesh in neighboring India. The language...
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  • Functional Skills
    is Arabic Morphology and AS Level Urdu, which is mainly taught in the English medium with aspects of Urdu and Arabic. The students receive an explanation in the English language and respond to questions in English. Although most of the written work is in Arabic or Urdu, the students also summarise what...
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  • No Dile
    anaphora/ellipses resolution, discourse processing, corpus development and processing in Urdu language. 2. Developmental Projects A number of projects related to mobile computing, corpus linguistics, Urdu and Pashto corpus creation and processing, Example-based Machine translation, character...
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  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Bahadur
    Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Bahadur, GCSI (also Sayyid Ahmad Khan)(Urdu: سید احمد خان بہا در; October 17, 1817 – March 27, 1898), commonly known as Sir Syed, was an Indian educator and politician, and an Islamic reformer and modernist[1][2]. Sir Syed pioneered modern education for the Muslim community in India...
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  • Birgadier General Muhammad Siddque Salik
    Brigadier General Muhammad Siddiq Salik (Urdu: برگیڈیر جنرل محمد صدیق سالک) (1935) (September 6, 1935 – August 17, 1988), was a 1 star general in the Pakistan Army and former director-general of the Inter Services Public Relations who headed ISPR from August 1985 till his death. Brigadier-General Salik...
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  • Alighar Movement
    a Persian school in Moradabad. In which along with religious education, Urdu, Persian and English were taught. * Madrassa Ghazipur In 1862, Sir Syed Ahmed khan established an institute in Ghazipur. In which along with Urdu, Arabic, Persian and English was taught as a compulsory subject. *...
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  • Ideology of Pakistan
    principles/elements of the ideological foundation of Pakistan. 1. Islam 2. Two Nation Theory 3. Territorial Land 4. Democratic System 5. Urdu Language 1. Islam, a Nation-Building Force: Pakistan came into being on the basis of Islam. It was only Islam, which galvanized Muslims and lined...
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  • Paper
    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 extended...
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  • adasd
    important was his two nation theory? What was the hindi-urdu controversy? How successful was the Aligarh movement?? Why did urdu become the national language How successful has the promotion of regional languages been since 1947? Importance of Urdu and the reasons for its choice as the national language...
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  • Summary of In Custody by Anita Desai
    small-town man, Deven, who gets the opportunity to go interview his hero, the great poet Nur, the greatest living Urdu poet. Having always loved Urdu poetry and missed the chance to be an Urdu language professor, he is charmed into going to Delhi the big city. Even though he shrinks at the idea of possibly...
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  • Science
    public reactions. Oxford University Press, 2008 19. Asaf A F. Outlines of Muhammadan law. 5th. Oxford University, 2008 20. Bailey, T G. A history of Urdu literature. Oxford University Press, 2008 21. Abdul Rahman Siddiqi. Partition and the making of the mohajir mindset: a narrative. Oxford University...
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