My Dear Homeland Pakistan Essays and Term Papers

  • Butterflies

    how far we are from our homes, its necessity never diminishes and  Mr. President, respectable teachers worthy parents and dear fellows this is the first reason Why I love Pakistan? Pakistan’s creation was no doubt the finest hour of our history our forefathers who had fought for it envisioned the promise...

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  • Why Do I Love Pakistan

    An essay on why I love Pakistan (The ideology of Pakistan, The Pakistan movement) Outline: 1. Introduction 2. Patriotism a natural passion 3. Ideology of Pakistan is the cause of my love 4. What is ideology 5. The Pakistan Movement 6. Reasons behind the...

    483 Words | 2 Pages

  • AKhay

    remember you for ever And forget you never, never, never Yes, yes, yes, my dear President and respected audience, our great leader ,Quaid –e- Azam was not only a great well wisher to the Muslims of Pakistan, but also to the Hindus and all other nations of the world. This is why he struggled...

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  • Speech

    We’ll remember you for ever And forget you never, never, never     Yes, yes, yes, my dear President and respected audience, our great leader ,Quaid –e- Azam  was not only a great well wisher to the Muslims of Pakistan, but also to the Hindus and all other nations of the world. This is why he struggled...

    1206 Words | 5 Pages

  • Speech

    We’ll remember you for ever And forget you never, never, never     Yes, yes, yes, my dear President and respected audience, our great leader ,Quaid –e- Azam  was not only a great well wisher to the Muslims of Pakistan, but also to the Hindus and all other nations of the world. This is why he struggled...

    1206 Words | 5 Pages

  • Unity

    Staring from my car window at the solitary road outside I started to think about the previous noisy, dusty and crowded roads of Pakistan. I asked myself; Why so much terror? Why so much chaos?’ The answer was ofcourse the fear of ‘Talibans’.Tears dwelled my eyes every time I used to turn on the television...

    314 Words | 1 Pages

  • Pakistanday

    of numerous strength in the minds. So, their hearts did not accept Pakistan as prospering and progressing. In short, they did their best and attacked Pakistan in 1965 with their full might in the darkness of midnight. Hence, Pakistan was far scattered but its people were one---the Muslims. Fort of Islam...

    1016 Words | 3 Pages

  • From Quaid-E-Azam to Quaid-E-Awam

    and Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto have surfaced in order to change the political landscape forever. This essay focuses on two of the greatest leaders that Pakistan has ever produced; Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. It starts off with several definitions of leadership and explanation of various leadership...

    4349 Words | 13 Pages

  • Why I Love Pakistan

    case in with me. I love Pakistan because it is my dear homeland. It was a dream of Allama Iqbal. And the Quaid-e-Azam struggled hard against the Hindus and the British to turn it into a reality. It appeared on the map of the world on the 14th of August 1947. I love Pakistan because God gave it to us...

    1938 Words | 5 Pages

  • Education

    Important Essay 2013 General Election in Pakistan Terrorism Pakistan & the modern World Corruption Education System in Pakistan Uses of Computer Advantages And Disadvantage of Internet DEMOCRACY IN PAKISTAN "Democracy is the government of the people, for the people and by the people." ...

    1083 Words | 4 Pages

  • Quaid E Azam

    QUAID-E-AZAM: HONOURABLE PRINCIPAL RESPECTED TEACHERS AND MY DEAR SCHOOL FELLOWS GOOD MORNING TODAY THE TOPIC OF MY SPEECH IS QUAID-E-AZAM Quaid-e-Azam, Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born on 25th December 1876 at Vazeer Mansion Karachi, was the first of seven children of Pooja Jinnah, a prosperous merchant...

    842 Words | 2 Pages

  • The Reluctant Fundamentalist

    vibrancy. During a series of psychologically confronting events and his understanding of his gradual transformation, Changez accepts that he belongs in Pakistan. His “American dream” is over. It is a long and difficult task for Changez, as he seeks to discover “himself” between his personal and political ideology...

    779 Words | 2 Pages

  • Women

    I love Pakistan because Allah wants it to exist despite our faults and it will Insha Allah exist as long as any other country does. I love Pakistan for the sake of all the saints who lie buried in it. I love it for the sake of all martyrs who fought for it. I love Pakistan because it will sooner or later...

    928 Words | 3 Pages

  • Motivation Letter

    Dear Sir/Madam, Sub: Personal Statement for Admission to [Your Program Name goes here] Reference my Admission Application for subject program to your esteemed University. My main motivation behind this application for admission is my keen interest and experience in the field of Information Technology...

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  • Chapter 1 & Composition

    ------------------------------------------------- Composition ------------------------------------------------- Unforgettable Moments in My Life There had been many unforgettable moments in my life. I would like to mention one of these. Once I was traveling from Karachi to Lahore by train. I was in first class, so...

    5320 Words | 20 Pages

  • Quaid E Azam- an Architect of Pakistan

    Membership of Congress * Hindu-Muslim Unity * Devotion to Muslim League * Leadership of Muslims Chapter 3 * Thought of Separate Homeland * Pakistan Resolution * Gandhi-Quaid meetings * Views about Quaid Chapter 4 * Defending Policy of Quaid Chapter 5 * Formation of Federal...

    4450 Words | 15 Pages

  • essay

    Essays My Aim in Life Aimless life is certainly a sin. Many people have no definite aim in life. They are like the travelers going ahead without any destination. Such people lead an aimless life and what they do in life, is largely a matter of chance, determined by the circumstances in which they...

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  • Bilal

    knocked my door. A cordial invitation from the INEPO TURKEY was an innovation of mind of the cadets of our college the invitation exhaled my sorrows and inhaled the gladness which I couldn’t achieved ever by any news. The moment was more than to describe It was unbelievable that I along my partner Cadet...

    2556 Words | 6 Pages

  • blahblahblah

    One could not count the moons that shimmer on her roofs, or the thousand splendid suns that hide behind her walls. Rise and shine my dear friends. Today I will be presenting a book review on a thousand splendid suns written by Khaled Hosseini. This book tells us the tumultuous and twisted tale of Afghanistan’s...

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  • Ghandi

    responds by continuing to advocate for non-violence. In his speech regarding this law he says, “They may torture my body, break my bones, even kill me. Then they will have my dead body, not my obedience.” Gandhi and many others are imprisoned for refusing to comply with this law, which is eventually appealed...

    1565 Words | 4 Pages