• pakistan culture
    , Pashtun (Pathan), Baloch, Muhajir (immigrants from India at the time of partition and their descendants)  Religions:Muslim 97% (Sunni 77%, Shi'a 20%), Christian, Hindu, and other (inc. Sikh) 3%  Language in Pakistan Urdu is the only official language of Pakistan. Although English is generally...
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  • Mirza Ghalib
    austere writing style. He effortlessly wrote two significant Urdu collections of letters; Urdu-e-Muallah (The Royal Urdu) and Ud-i-Hindi (The Indian Amber), laying a solid foundation of easy, popular and yet literary Urdu. He added another prominent feather to his literary cap through his narrative of...
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  • Internantiona Business
    of this effort, Singapore has four national languages: Mandarin, Malay, Tamil and English. For business and politics, English is the language of choice. [pic] [pic] Language in Pakistan Urdu is the only official language of Pakistan. Although English is generally used instead of Urdu in this...
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  • Culture Touches in Twilight in Delhi by Ahmad Ali
    opportunity of teaching at various Indian institutes. His education and his job facilitated him to understand both the English as well as Indian culture. He found a big gap between the both and tried to bridge it through his writings (Shamsie 1997). He decided to write in English but used Urdu poetry...
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  • Essay
    wedding ceremony to apply henna, where again we see interaction between two different cultures. Many characters that are not essentially Gujarati still speak the language on account of having stayed in the state of Gujarat for a long period of time. 6. Culture Lag: Culture lag is used to refer to the...
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  • Research
    TABLE OF CONTENTS * Abstract * Literature review * Questionnaire * Questionnaire report * Graphical Analysis * Conclusion * Bibliography ABSTRACT This research contains a comparative analysis of the media content between two ages in Pakistan i-e 1955 to 1975 and 1993...
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  • The Art of Opposition: Progressive Politics and Poetry from 1931-47
    friendship, for we shared a love of art and literature and our tastes were common.” They 13 continued to meet after that night, discussing the idea of publishing an anthology of their work. Despite Ali already possessing material from previous publications, the two did not have enough work between them...
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  • cultures of pakistan
    Identity Cards to its citizens only in two languages; Sindhi and Urdu.  Festivals: The people of Sind love their religion and the two festivals of Eid-ul-Adha and Eid-ul-Fitr are celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm. Different domestic festivals are arranged by the local people to provide people with new...
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  • Eerew
    Nader Shah invaded India he set up his camp in modern day Pakistan, here the Hindi speaking Indian and the Parsi speaking Iranians mingled together and a third language Urdu was born. It is bridge between the two branches of Indo Iranian languages. Today Urdu like Farsi has a lot of Arabic words in it...
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  • “The Indo-Trinidadian family retains much of their cultural heritage. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?”
    usually arranged by parents as they saw that they knew who the best partner for their child and as well to strengthen bonds between friends of the family and keep their traditions alive. Alongside this was the ritual of the Dowry, as mentioned before, which was usually sum of money or some sort of...
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    that only chocolates can deliver" has been the business of Thorntons Between then and now it has sent thousands of special messages to and from wives, husbands, sons and daughters, friends, corporate clients, brides, grooms and wedding guests. In fact to and from anyone with something special to say...
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  • Research Paper
    will be collected, from where and how it is to be analyzed and so on. The limitation of this research is that all newspapers cannot be taken. So only two English and two Urdu newspapers i.e. The Nation newspaper Daily times newspaper Daily Jang (Urdu) Daily express (Urdu) Whereas...
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    Pakistan’s Press and Politics in the First Decade (1947-58): An Analysis in Structural-Functionalist Perspective Dr. Zafar Iqbal ∗ Abstract This paper attempts to analyze the relations between the press and the governments in Pakistan in the first decade after independence in 1947. The press that...
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  • Bnbj
    celebrate by various means, such as girls putting henna on their hands. People buy gifts and sweets that will be given to friends and families who come over to celebrate the end of Ramadan. Eid celebrations The two Eids, Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Adha, commemorate the passing of the month of fasting...
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  • Unity in Diversity
    official national sport, cricket is by far the most popular sport not only in India, but the entire subcontinent, thriving recreationally and professionally. Cricket has even been used recently as a forum for diplomatic relations between India and Pakistan. The two nations' cricket teams face off...
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  • journalism
    . f) It motivates employees and increases employee morale g) It helps in effective control of the entire operations of the organisation. h) It helps to maintain public relations The Seven Barriers of Communication Most people would agree that communication between two individuals should be...
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  • Karachi
    Karachi About this sound Karācī (help·info) (Urdu: کراچی; Sindhi: ڪراچي) is the largest city, main seaport and the main financial centre of Pakistan, and the capital of the province of Sindh. With an estimated population between 13 million[4] and 15 million,[5] Karachi is one of the world's largest...
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  • Shah Waliullah Contribution in Religious
    spoke Arabic and so the Quran had not been widely studied previously. Now it could be understood by a larger number of Muslims. The ulema criticised Shah Wall Ullah, but his work proved very popular. Later his two sons, Shah Abdul Qader and Shah Rafi, translated the Quran into Urdu, which meant that...
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  • Proverbs
    meaning) 23) It’s hard to live in Rome and fight with the pope. Dariya mai rehna or magar mach say dushmni. (Urdu meaning) 24) It’s easier to build a new home than to patch an old one. Itnay ka yeh hai nai jitnay es par muramat k liye darkar hai. (Urdu meaning) 25) Between two stools...
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  • Communilisation and Disintegration of Urdu in Anita Desai Incustody by Amina Yaqin
    media. This print culture has the power to stoke the fires of dissension in a tense situation and intensify a separatist stance through divisive linguistic narratives. The novel begins with an unscheduled meeting between two childhood friends with contrasting personalities and backgrounds, namely...
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