• Indian Regional Newspapers vs English Newspapers
    layout is unlike most other regional language newspapers. In fact, the news look of the Inquilab is very similar to that of the English broadsheet dailies. Also, a significant observation that differentiates the Inquilab from not only Urdu Times, but most other language newspapers, is the sports articles...
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  • Facts
    variant) 10%, Pashtu 8%, Urdu (official) 8%, Balochi 3%, Hindko 2%, Brahui 1%, English (official; lingua franca of Pakistani elite and most government ministries), Burushaski, and other 8%Official languages: English and Urdu Languages spoken: Punjabi, Sindhi, Pashtun, Urdu, Balochi, English and...
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  • Barriers of Communication
    -paid circulation (TNT Magazine; UK and Australia) Controlled circulation (Computing, Waters Magazine; UK) Importance of Magazines as a tool of Communication Why do we need them? Magazines play a vital role in our society. They are a source of communication. They connect the nation with...
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  • Research Paper
    that: a. In 1830, East India Company declared Urdu the official language of small government institutions and court of law. So, the importance of Urdu increased fourfold. b. After 1835, many newspapers of regional languages came at frontline. Among them Urdu language newspapers were...
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  • Culture Sociology
    distinct lite gained its nationhood as a sovereign state in 1947. The common and shared tradition of Urdu literature and English literature of the South Asia was inherited by the new state. Over a period of time, a body of literature unique to Pakistan has emerged in nearly all major Pakistani languages...
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  • History
    their importance. (b)Write a note any one of the following. (i)Sugar Industry (ii) Farizi Movement (iii) Pakistan Railways (iv) Importance of urdu as the National Language...
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  • Fm language and its impact on society
     new programs focusing on the needs of local communities. Above all, it decided to increase the use of local language to 70 percent and lowering the Urdu content to 30 percent. Now Radio Pakistan has to fight the FM battle against terrorism. And it will have to move from all-Pakistan and all...
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  • Pak Study Notes
    - National Language of Pakistan * 3 Evolution of Urdu * 4 Progress of Urdu Language * 5 Qualities of Urdu * 6 Rich Treasure of Prose and Poetry * 7 Urdu - An Important Part of Our Cultural Heritage * 8 Importance of Urdu in National Life * 9 Conclusion Introduction Language is the only media by...
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  • Hyderabad
    are underweight.[68]:44, 55–56 More than 2% of women and 3% of men suffer from diabetes in Hyderabad.[68]:57 Ethnic groups, Language and Religion Residents of Hyderabad are called Hyderabadi. Telugu people comprise the majority of Hyderabad's population, followed by Urdu-speaking and Marathi...
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  • Brand Audit of Doordarshan
    Language in prime time and non prime time available only through cable operators. DD Sports Channel is exclusively devoted to the broadcasting of sports events of national and international importance. This was the only sports channel which telecasted rural sports like kho-kho, kabbadi etc. In response...
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  • Punjabi Culture
    principal languages has a strong regional focus. The languages claimed as mother tongue include Urdu, Punjabi, Sindhi, Pashto, Balochi, Seraiki, Kashmiri, Brahui, Hindko and Potohohari. Urdu is the national language and one of two official languages of Pakistan (the other being English). Although...
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  • Impact of western culture on pakistani culture
    own mother language and it is not just a way of communicating but also a part of their culture. Today, unfortunately most Pakistani youths are not proud of speaking the Urdu language and this is mostly seen in the upper middle and Elite classes. Most Pakistanis are moving away from their mother...
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  • Research
    , documentaries current affairs, entertainment and sport. Its programmes are produced in Urdu as well as in all regional languages i.e Sindhi, Punjabi, Pashto and Balochi. While producing its programmes it pays due attention to the interest and aspirations of all strata of society and tries to reflect those...
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  • This Is How, I Am Prepared for My Future
    False) Statements . 1- We can draw only figures using LOGO language. [ ] 2- PN is the short of Print [ ] 3- Addition and Substration can not be done is LOGO[ ] 4- We can Print text on the Screen with the help of Enter Key [ ] Q4- Match the following- 1...
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  • Indian Culture
    roots are traced to the 5th-century BCEArdhamagadhi language.[70][71] Hindi is mutually intelligible with Urdu, both languages being standardised registers of Hindustani. Whilst Hindi is often associated with Hinduism, Urdu is generally associated with South Asian Muslims. The main difference between...
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  • Two Mediums
    of English language globally therefore, the need to learn English has increased manifold. An editorial ‘English or Urdu’ in The News verifies the importance and indispensability of English in Pakistan. ‘English is increasingly becoming a language of preference and choice, of upward mobility, and the...
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  • topics for english class
    information you use. Many countries don‘t have accurate population numbers or data on the languages the different sections of the populations speak. And many countries try to emphasise the importance of their own language. English is now the most widely spread language in the world, particularly...
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  • fall course atlas fc college
    : Communicative Urdu (3 credits) Communication and its different means, brief introduction to Urdu language, some fundamentals of Urdu grammar, functional Urdu, creative writing and journalistic Urdu. Reserved for freshmen (A,C,E,G,H,L Sections) Section A Monday, Wednesday, Friday 08:00-08:50 Section...
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  • B.Ed Syallabus
    (a) Theory Papers (b) Internal Assessment - 100 - 80 - 20 COURSE OBJECTIVES: To enable the pupil-teachers to : (a) (b) (c) (d) understand the importance and role of Urdu language in our country. understand the aims of teaching of Urdu at elementary and secondary level. be familiar with various...
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  • Ladakh
    the districts of Leh and Kargil. Leh is 77% Buddhist and Kargil is 80% Muslim. The principal language of Ladakh is Ladakhi, a Tibetan language. Educated Ladakhis usually know Hindi, Urdu and often English. Within Ladakh, there is a range of dialects, so that the language of the Chang-pa people...
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