Pakistani English Essays and Term Papers

  • Pakistani Literature In English

    Pakistani English Literature: A Historical Glimpse � PAGE �1� Pakistani English Literature: A Historical Glimpse Foreign languages, especially rulers' languages have always been influencing the local literature and writings extensively. Pakistan is not an English-speaking country, but the Pakistanis...

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  • Pakistani Writer in English

    1925 Categorie(s): Fiction, Literary Source: http://gutenberg.net.au 1 About Woolf: Virginia Woolf (January 25, 1882 – March 28, 1941) was an English novelist and essayist regarded as one of the foremost modernist literary figures of the twentieth century. During the interwar period, Woolf was a...

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  • Pakistani

    Pakistan (Urdu: اِسلامی جُمہُوریۂ پاكِستان‎, Islāmī Jumhūriya-ē Pākistān,pronounced [ɪsˈlɑːˌmi d͡ʒʊmˈɦu.riə-ˌeː ˌpɑː.kɪsˈt̪ɑːn]), is a sovereign country in South Asia. With a population exceeding 180 million people, it is the sixth most populous country in the world. Located at the crossroads of the...

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  • Pakistani

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  • pakistani cricketers

    1000 Run Scrorer in Pakistan Team Misbah-ul-Haq Khan Niazi Born May 28, 1974, Mianwali, Punjab Playing role Middle-order batsman Batting style Right-hand bat Batting and fielding averages Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St Tests 39 67 11 2419 161* 43.19 5937 40.74 3 18 268 ODIs...

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  • Pakistani Prunes

    Dr. Rubio Sanchez Dr. Kim Wilson Team # 5 SWOT #2 The Pakistani Prunes Preparation I began my preparation for this negotiation by reading the section in the textbook, The Pakistani Prunes, on page 498. Although this did not give me any additional information on the negotiation...

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  • Pakistani Culture

    and each province has its own culture. These Pakistani cultures have been greatly influenced by many of the surrounding countries' cultures, such as the Turkic people, Persian, Afghan, and Indians of South Asia, Central Asia and the Middle East. Pakistani society is largely multilingual, multi-ethnic...

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  • Pakistani Estate

    CASE STUDY (Pakistani Estate) The conflict was caused by the passing away of an elderly, first generation Pakistani immigrant in North America. He left four children – the oldest son; Omar; the second oldest, Ayesha, the third oldest, Yousuf; and the youngest, Anila. In the father’s final years...

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  • Pakistani Constritution

    What are the Islamic Provisions of 1956 Constitution? Introduction: Pakistan came into existence on 14th August/1947. The main objectives of this event were to enforce the Sovereignty of Almighty Allah, to enforce Islamic democracy, for the revival of Islamic Image and identity...

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  • Pakistani Food

    fire in my mouth, I looked up and saw everyone looking at me. They all began to laugh. That night, everyone joked about how I couldn't handle the Pakistani 'heat'....

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  • Pakistani Floods

    The Pakistani Floods of 2010 by The British Geographer The Causes of the Flood Physical Causes From its headwaters in the Himalayas of Tibet, the River Indus flows northwest through India before turning sharply south across Pakistan. It finally discharges into the Arabian Sea, a journey of some 3,200km...

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  • Pakistani Culture

    Republic of Pakistan. The most common languages spoken in Pakistan are Urdu Sindhi Balochi Saraiki Punjabi Pashto Ethnicity: The majority of Pakistanis belong to various Indo-Aryan-speaking groups, while large minorities are from various Iranian and Dardic language groups. In addition, small groups...

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  • Pakistani Literature

     Pakistani literature Pakistan literature is a distinct literature that gradually came to be defined after Pakistan gained nationhood status in 1947, emerging out of literary traditions of the South Asia. The shared tradition of Urdu literature and English literature of British India was inherited...

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  • Pakistani Society

    Pakistan is a Muslim country and Islam is the official religion. Islam is the religion which is professed and practiced by the people of Pakistan. Pakistani culture can be called as "Mixed Culture". The majority of people in Pakistan are Muslims by birth and faith. The society and culture of Pakistan...

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  • Gk About Pakistani Politics

    GK About Pakistani Politics 1. Pakistan's first coin was issued on 3rd January 1948. 2. Pakistan's standard time was suggested by Proffessor Muhammad Anwar. 3. Pakistan's first Stamp ticket was issued on 09-07-1948. 4. Maoulana Mazhar-ud-din was the first person...

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  • Pakistani Troops Violated The Ceasefire

    Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire twice by firing with small arms and automatic weapons on Indian posts along the Line of Control in Poonch district, drawing retaliation from the army. “There was small arms and automatic weapons firing by Pakistani troops on Indian posts along the LoC in Hamirpur...

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  • Pakistani Musical Culture

    Lesson 10: Pakistani Musical Culture Music of Pakistani Pakistan 6th most populous country in the world. Pakistan has a cultural and ethnic background going back to the Indus Valley Civilization. known for its ordered cities, advanced sanitation, excellent roads, and uniquely structured...

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  • Analysis of Pakistani Industries

    large role in developing the economy. To rise from such a state surely is a great task, especially when one’s borders are also insecure. Since then Pakistani officials have sought a high rate of economic growth in an effort to lift the population out of poverty. Rapid industrialization was viewed as a basic...

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  • Managing Life as Pakistani Woman

    Managing Life as Pakistani Woman “Pakistani Woman Striving for her Identity” No one can deny the role of woman in every society, for the success it is very important to focus on providing a controlled freedom to woman in order to progress and let them prove to be a productive element in the success...

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  • Differences between Pakistanis and Indians

    Even in the case of Punjabi, while it is the mother-tongue of a majority in Pakistan, it represents the mother-tongue of only 2% Indians. Besides, Pakistani Punjabi (Western Punjabi) is distinct in its vocabulary/dialect and writing script when compared to Indian Punjabi (Eastern Punjabi). Another thing...

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