"Political Services Of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan" Essays and Research Papers

  • Political Services Of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan

    Sir Syed Ahmed Khan 1. Farsi Maddarsa Muradabad  He establised a Farsi Maddarsa at Muradabad in 1859. It was the starting point of Sir Syed's Educational struggle. In this Maddarsa, English is also taught besides English.  2. Victoria School Ghazipur  Sir Syed establised first modern Victoria School at Ghazipur (1864). In this school, besides Modern Education five languages (English, Urdu, Arabic, Persian and Sanskrit) were also taught.  3. Establishment of Scientific...

    Aligarh Muslim University, Maulana Mohammad Ali, Maulana Muhammad Ali 670  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan and His Contributions

    Sir Syed Ahmed Khan and His Contributions Some personalities leave far-reaching effects in history and the succeeding generations cannot ignore them. Such is the personality of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan who showed the ray of light to the Muslims and enabled them to restore their lost status. The great emancipator of the Indian Muslims Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was born at Delhi on October 17, 1817. This is the period when the great Mughal Empire was close to a complete collapse. Sir Syed’s family had...

    Aligarh Muslim University, India, Indian independence movement 1119  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan's Educational Works

    Contribution of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan towards Muslim education July 15, 2010 Q.1. Describe the contribution of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan towards Muslim education. Sir Syed’s (1817-98) Contribution towards Muslim Education Perhaps the Muslims of the Sub-Continent owe their greatest gratitude to Syed Ahmed Khan. He flourished in the second half of the 19th century. His talent, deep-insight, love for Islam and hard work played a major role in the revival of Muslims in India. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was born...

    Aligarh Muslim University, British Empire, Indian Rebellion of 1857 1010  Words | 3  Pages

  • Brief History Ofdr. Sir Ziauddin Ahmad

    Brief History of Sir Ziauddin On the occasion of 135th Birth Anniversary of Lt. Colonel Dr. Sir Ziauddin Ahmed Sir Ziauddin Ahmad was a Mathematical genius and one of the very famous and popular and longest serving Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University. Who was one of the pillar of Aligarh Movement . Besides this he was also renowned Parliamentarian, educationist and scholar. Later on he become the only Rector of Aligarh Muslim University in 1946 by AMU Executive Council after he...

    Aligarh Muslim University, Chancellor, Indian subcontinent 701  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan

    SIR SYED AHMAD KHAN A GREAT MUSLIM REFORMER Following their crushing of the revolution of 1857, the British consolidated their secular rule in the Indian subcontinent, which marginalized, if not totally ignored, religion, particularly Islam. The whole of India suffered in the backlash, but the consequences were most devastating for the Muslims. It was at this critical juncture that Syed Ahmad Khan (1817-1898) gallantly came forward to counter the threat, and to defend the Islamic faith and...

    Aligarh Muslim University, Indian independence movement, Islam 3316  Words | 9  Pages

  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan

    SIR SYED AHMED KHAN: HIS LIFE AND CONTRIBUTION Sir Syed’s vision and his laborious efforts to meet the demands of challenging times are highly commendable. The dark post 1857 era was indeed hopeless and only Sir Syed could penetrate through its thick veil to visualize the Nation’s destinies. He rightly believed that the past had its merits and its legacies were valuable but it was the future that a society was called upon to cope with. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan (1817-1898) was a great visionary,...

    Aligarh Muslim University, Education, Indian independence movement 2499  Words | 8  Pages

  • 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 by founding the Muhammedan Anglo-Oriental College, which later developed into the Aligarh Muslim University. His work gave rise to a new generation of Muslim intellectuals and politicians who composed...

    British Raj, Indian independence movement, Indian National Congress 456  Words | 2  Pages

  • Sultan Mohamed Shah Aga Khan Iii

    was known as the Aga Khan, a title he inherited from his father. He grew up under the care of his mother who took a great interest in his education. Until the age of 18 years, Aga Khan III received education in Bombay and Poona. He was later given the title “His Highness” by the British Government. The Aga Khan believed that the poor status of Muslims in India was illiteracy, and therefore, education was the greatest solution. He felt that education should be a medium of service to others and a tool...

    Aga Khan, Aga Khan II, Aga Khan IV 2289  Words | 6  Pages

  • POLITICAL LEADERSHIP OF PAKISTAN

     DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY ASSIGNMENT TOPIC: ROLE OF GHULAM MURTAZA SYED (G.M SYED) IN THE PAKISTAN MOVEMENT AND HIS STRUGGLE FOR SEPARATION OF SINDH (SINDHU DESH) FROM PAKISTAN SUBJECT: POLITICAL LEADERSHIP OF PAKISTAN SUBMITTED TO: SIR HIMYATULLAH YAQOOBY SUBMITTED BY: MUHAMMAD SHEERAZ SOOMRO (3rd SEMESTER) DATED: 14-12-2014 INTRODUCTION: G.M. Sayed was Sindhi nationalist politician whose personality has always been prone to contradictory views and sometimes to angry...

    Direct Action Day, Indian National Congress, Karachi 1481  Words | 7  Pages

  • utility

    and statesman of the 19th Century, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was born in Delhi on October 17, 1817. His family on the maternal and paternal side had close contacts with the Mughal court. His maternal grandfather, Khwajah Farid was a Wazir in the court of Akbar Shah II. His paternal grandfather Syed Hadi held a mansab and the title of Jawwad Ali Khan in the court of Alamgir II. His father, Mir Muttaqi, had been close to Akbar Shah since the days of his prince-hood. Syed Ahmad's mother, Aziz-un-Nisa, took...

    Aligarh Muslim University, Muhammad, Muslim League 1970  Words | 7  Pages

  • Ayub Khan

    proponents of military action had upheld it, calling Ayub Khan a saviour. A new system was evolved which replaced the federal parliamentary system leading to absolute dictatorship. With unfair intentions he took every step which consolidated his grip on power. After 11 years of independence, Pakistan was going through experiments in governance, with no constitution, no democracy. The fallout of this cast deep influences on the years to come. That Ayub Khan was an ambitious person is evident from his own writings...

    Ayub Khan, Feroz Khan Noon, Iskander Mirza 1329  Words | 4  Pages

  • Describe the Significance and Contribution of Aligarh Movement for the Revival and Regeneration of the Muslims of Sub-Continent.

    Movement for the revival and regeneration of the Muslims of Sub-Continent. A: Syed Ahmad Khan's Aligarh Movement played a significant role in bringing about an intellectual revolution among the Indian Muslims. Thus it succeeded in achieving its major objectives, i.e. educational progress and social reform. His efforts earned Sir Syed the title "Prophet of Education". Aligarh Movement was the movement led by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, to educate the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent after the defeat of the...

    Aligarh Muslim University, All India Muhammadan Educational Conference, Indian independence movement 1134  Words | 3  Pages

  • hihi

    asdkljsdnasld asdkljas punishment. They were helpless before the British and their combine lobby with Hindus; so, in these conditions they neither trusted Hindus nor British, who spared no effort to tortured Muslims. In such conditions, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan came forward and tried to help the Muslims come out from such deplorable and miserable conditions. He guided the Muslims towards the right path and attempted to draw out the Muslims from such helpless condition. He started a movement in order...

    Aligarh Muslim University, Education, Muhammad 904  Words | 3  Pages

  • Azhar Abbasi

    SIR SYED AHMED KHAN Early Biography Details Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was born in 1817 in Delhi. He came from a wealthy family and his father gave him high quality education. When he was 18 Sir Syed was skilled in Arabic, Persian, Mathematics and Medicine. He was also introduced as Sub-continent most able writer. In 1838 his father died so he became a judge in Delhi in 1846. When the war of Independence broke out in 1857 he was working as Chief Judge in Bijnaur and had saved the life of British...

    Aligarh Muslim University, Indian independence movement, Muhammad 1987  Words | 7  Pages

  • Notes of Pak Studies

    Buddhism, Jainism, and Hinuidm were the main three religions in India. 6. Indian was known as the ‘Golden sparrow’ because of its sound economy and resources. 7. The spread of Islam in the Sub-continent, owes much to the selfless and dedicated services of eminent sufis, mystics, and religions leaders such as Hazrat Data Ganj Bakhsh, Khawaja Mueen-ud-Din Chishty. Sheikh Baha-ud-Din Zakria, Khawaja Bakhtiar Kaki, Baba Farid-ud-Din Olia, Majadid Alf Sani, Shah Wali Ullah and many others of those times...

    Indian independence movement, Indian National Congress, Islam in India 2196  Words | 7  Pages

  • Services of Shah Wali Ullah

    Services rendered by Shah Wali-Ullah (1703-62) Shah Wali-Ullah was a great Muslim saint of the 18th century. His real name was Qutbud-Din Ahmed but due to his spiritual virtues he was called Wali-ullah. He was born to a noble learned family of Delhi on 21st February 1703. His father Shah Abdur-Rahim was a renowned scholar of that period. Shah Wali-Ullah showed great promise at an early age. By the age of fifteen he had mastered the major branches of Islamic studies.. After the death of his father...

    Iraq, Islam, Muhammad 969  Words | 3  Pages

  • Muslim Press During War1857

    began long before 1875. Including the infidelity of the Hindus and infidelity of other sections of the native inhabitants of the sub-continent. However it was fully realized that armed struggle would be futile and that the situation demanded a long political and constitutional struggle for the coveted independence. The muslime of the sub-continent also realized the facts of being a minority in the sub-continent and being left alone to their fate by the major sections of the natives, especially the Hindus...

    Indian independence movement, Indian Muslims, Islam 2068  Words | 6  Pages

  • Muslim League

    Introduction Muslim League was a political group that led the movement calling for a separate Muslim nation to be created at the time of the partition of British India(1947). The Muslim League was founded in 1906 to safeguard the rights of Indian Muslims. At first the league was encouraged by the British and was generally favourable to their rule, but the organization adopted self-government for India as its goal in 1913. For several decades the league and its leaders, notably Mohammed Ali Jinnah...

    British Raj, Direct Action Day, Indian independence movement 1424  Words | 5  Pages

  • Political Events

    2008 Political Events *Jan 1st - A New Hampshire law legalizing civil unions for same-sex couples comes into effect. May 15th - California becomes the second U.S. state after Massachusetts in 2004 to legalize same-sex marriage after the state's own Supreme Court rules a previous ban unconstitutional. *Feb 24th - Fidel Castro retires as the President of Cuba after nearly fifty years. *Mar 17th - New York State Governor Eliot Spitzer resigns after a scandal involving a high-end prostitute...

    Barack Obama, Democratic Party, George W. Bush 704  Words | 4  Pages

  • Establishment of Aligarh College

    work that his name will always be reverenced amongst Mohammadans and, indeed, by Indians of other creeds. Syed Ahmad Khan had set out to achieve the following objectives:- To protect Islam from the onslaught of Christian missionaries and to prove that it was the one true religion; To remove the bitter enmity which had arisen between the Muslim and the British for religious or political reasons and to establish friendly relations between them; To reinterpret the teaching of Islam and...

    Education, Hindi, India 573  Words | 2  Pages

  • Two Nation Theory

    Theory means the cultural, political, economic, spiritual, and societal differences between the two major groups of people, Hindus & Muslims of the Sub Continent. It was the foundation for the Partition of India in 1947. It declared that Muslims and Hindus were two separate nations by every ideological description and consequently Muslims should have an self-governing homeland in the Muslim majority areas of British India so that they can protect their cultural ,political as well as social rights....

    Indian independence movement, Lahore, Mohsin-ul-Mulk 992  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sir Richmond Campbell Shakespear (1812-1861): His Life and Papers

    Society's Shakespear papers. SIR RICHMOND CAMPBELL SHAKESPEAR was born in India on 11 May, 1812. His father was John Talbot Shakespear (1783-1825) of the Bengal Civil Service; his mother, Emily Thackeray, eldest daughter of William Makepeace Thackeray, also of the B.C.S. and father of the novelist. The Shakespears had a long tradition of military and civil service in India, Afghanistan, Burma, and later in Kuwait where Captain W.H.I. Shakespear was Political Agent until his death in 1915. originally...

    19th century, British Raj, Charles Dickens 1499  Words | 5  Pages

  • Khan

    PESTEL: POLITICAL ANALYSIS German Empire was created in 1871 by chancellor Otto von Bismarck. History dates back to holy German Empire (962-1806AD). The Reichstage, or elested parliament, had only a limited role in the imperial government. Post 1945: WW II Divided Germany in 2 parts: West Germany (Rish Germany) and East Germany (Poor Germany). Berlin: capital of Germany was also divided in 2 parts by way of “Berlin wall”. Location: central Europe. Area: 357,104 Km2. Inhabitants 2008: 82,2 Million...

    Berlin, Federal government of the United States, German Empire 593  Words | 3  Pages

  • Two Nation Theory

    oneness among them. The sense of unity might be an account, of the people having common history and culture. But nationality largely requires the element of political independence either achieved or aspired. Secondly, a nation must have a political organization of passionate desire for such an organization. But a nationality is a political, cultural, spiritual and unified community of a people. A.E. Zimmern said: “Nationality, like religion, is subjective, psychological, a condition of mind...

    India, Indian independence movement, Indian National Congress 2058  Words | 7  Pages

  • Omar Faheem

    ------------------------------------------------- Syed Ahmad Khan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia | This article's lead section may not adequately summarize key points of its contents. Please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible overview of all important aspects of the article. (November 2012) | Sir Syed Ahmed Khan سر سید احمد خان | | Born | Syed Ahmad Taqvi 17 October 1817 Delhi, Mughal Empire | Died | 27 March 1898 (aged 80) Aligarh, British India | Era...

    Aligarh Muslim University, Indian independence movement, Indian National Congress 7723  Words | 25  Pages

  • Abulkhair Khan

    Abul Khair Khan Battles Against Jungars Prepared by Smagulov Alim Biography Khan of the Little Zhuz Muhammad Abulkhair Ghazi Bahadur Khan, was born in 1693. He grew up in an environment where Kazakh Khanate were attacked by the Jungaria and Kalmyks. XVIII century In the history of the Kazakh nation was particularly tragic, the constant attacks from the Jungar invaders did not allow people to develop steadily. Abulkhair showed special courage and intelligence to protect the cities of Tashkent...

    Central Asia, History of Kazakhstan, Kazakh Khanate 1931  Words | 7  Pages

  • Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary

    Early life Syed Mokhtar al-Bukhary was born into a mid-low class Malay family; whose house was without necessities and luxuries. His highest education was only until form five, and he never went to university. A whole lot of his knowledge and experience was gained through his own entrepreneurship experience during his youth time. Due in part his family's mediocre-to-poor background, Syed Mokhtar al Bukhary had to step into the working world in his early life, while pursuing his primary and secondary...

    Business, Kuala Lumpur, Malay states 773  Words | 3  Pages

  • Political and Economic Trends in Human Service Delivery

    Political and Economic Trends in Human Service Delivery Economic and political events relate to current trends in the human service field with the intentions of meeting the growing needs of people everywhere. High financing requirements provide clients with services in various areas, which are critical to their well-being. Unfortunately, this task is becoming harder by the day to contend with, and the client suffers when quality care is unavailable. According to “Human Services in a...

    Demography, Health care, Mental disorder 1334  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sir Robert Peel Paper

    their services. Police has evolved overtime; in this paper I will describe the impact of Sir Robert Peel on the evolution of policing and its history. Sir Robert Peel Paper Sir Robert Peel (1788-1850) updated England's criminal code. He established the first modern police force in London, whose members were nicknamed after him "bobbies." Sir Robert Peel wanted a police force that would provide citizens with “the full and complete protection of the law”and“check the increase of crime.” Sir Robert...

    Constable, Crime, Criminal justice 934  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tan Sri Syed Azman Syed Ibrahim

     Syed Azman Ibrahim's privately held Weststar Aviation is Southeast Asia's largest helicopter service for offshore oil rigs. Private equity firm KKR invested $200 million last October. Company also imports commercial vehicles and luxury cars, and customizes vehicles for the police and armed forces. FED up with traversing the country’s roads to grow his luxury car business, Tan Sri Syed Azman Syed Ibrahim acted on a bit of advice that made him one of the richest people in Malaysia. He was told to...

    Automobile, Automotive industry, British Leyland 1776  Words | 5  Pages

  • Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary

    Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary Background Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar was born in Alor Setar, Kedah in 1951. His family originates from Hadhramaut, Yemen. Before deciding to settle in Orissa, his father traveled to Central Asia for trade. Next, the father to Thailand. In the mid 40s, then the parent of Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar decided to settle in Alor Setar, Kedah. In 1946, his father married. Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar has seven siblings and he is the third. Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar living in destitute conditions to the...

    3GPP Long Term Evolution, Alor Setar, Johor 2299  Words | 6  Pages

  • Sir Robert Peel and American Policing

    Sir Robert Peel and American Policing Kristi Pursley CJA/214 August 15, 2011 Don Redden Sir Robert Peel and American Policing The history of policing dates back several thousand years ago when there was no order or peace and inhumane acts upon citizens was the norm with religious, political, or military police acting as the law. Policing was unstable and unorganized. Citizens took the law into their own hands and served as judge, jury, and executioner. There was not such a thing as being...

    City of London, Crime, Crime prevention 946  Words | 3  Pages

  • Kubla Khan

    Analysis of ‘Kubla Khan’ regarding Colonial Discourse: As a product of the complex discursive web of the 18th century, the Orientalist Coleridge could not act out of such historical forces as colonialism that had gone into shaping him and his poetry.He, in post colonial discourse, was unable to go parallel with the theory of ‘Arts for Arts sake’ and ‘Willing Suspension of Disbelief’. In Kubla Khan,Coleridge is trying to establish the heagemony of Abyssinian Christianity which according to him...

    Colonialism, Genghis Khan, Kubla Khan 936  Words | 3  Pages

  • Kassim Ahmad: Thinker, Teacher, Socialist, and Politician

    Kassim Ahmad Background THINKER, teacher, socialist, politician, Kamunting detainee. In his time, Kassim Ahmad was all these and was certainly no stranger to controversy. Following his own philosophical muse has taken him from the highs of his acclaimed commentary on the Hikayat Hang Tuah (in which he argues that Hang Jebat is the true hero of the Malay epic) to the lows of a five-year spell under the Internal Security Act. What’s more, after serving 18 years as national chairman of the Parti...

    Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, Anwar Ibrahim, Barisan Nasional 2086  Words | 5  Pages

  • Imran Khan

    IMRAN KHAN Imran Khan the former captain of Pakistan Cricket team and the leader of the Tehrik-e-Insaaf was born on November 25, 1952 at Lahore. He received his initial education at Aitchison College, Lahore and then took admission in the Royal Grammar School, Worcester in England. Thereafter, he went to study Economics and Politics at Keble College, Oxford from 1973 to 1976. Cricket was very much a part of Imran Khan’s family. Inspired by his cousins, Javed Burki and Majid Khan who were first...

    Aitchison College, Cricket, Cricket World Cup 545  Words | 2  Pages

  • Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World

    called Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World. This book describes the Mongol Legacy and how his achievements have impacted the globe since he was first found. This book consists of Jack Weatherford’s take of how the Mongolian empire impacted the world. This book is divided into sections that talk about the stages of the Mongol influence. The first chapter is an introduction and a first chapter name “A Blood Clot”. It starts out with the speculation of the death of Genghis Khan. Some say...

    Borjigin, Genghis Khan, Inner Mongolia 1556  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sir Robert Peel

    Mario Honore’ Sir Robert Peel Paper: Effects on Modern Policing Through many years in our history, policing worked without checks and balances, and strictly with trail and error. The structure that was used in those days was not entirely solid in design. There was no procedure to fight crime and law enforcement had no basis. Then, modern policing began in the early nineteenth century. Sir Robert Peek finally allowed for a change in the criminal justice...

    Constable, Crime, Criminal justice 1054  Words | 3  Pages

  • Political Order

    Political order refers to a set of organizations, and a series of actions that enables the state to try and stabilize society to create a sense of order, therefore preventing social chaos. Political order and disorder are everywhere - we practice this on an everyday scale. Social Scientists try to connect the routine and micro-level effects of everyday lives, with the larger scale process of the State, which provides an institution for political order for society.This essay will examine and assess...

    First World, Law, Political philosophy 1635  Words | 5  Pages

  • Sir Robert Peel

    Sir Robert Peel Christina Buenrostro CJA/214 Version 2 August 5, 2010 Roy Diaz Sir Robert Peel Today the world has become a very dangerous place to live. Sometimes you can not even walk to the store without seeing a crime in progress or a crime scene investigation. Children are restricted to their home because of constant danger that goes on in their community. However, communities today have a police department assigned to protect and serve and this includes helping keep crime...

    Constable, Crime, Law enforcement 973  Words | 3  Pages

  • William and the Khans

    History 2B January 31, 2013 William and the Khans William of Rubruck composed a sequential and descriptive analysis of his experiences during his journey to the Mongolian empire in 1253 CE. His conquest took place primarily to affirm that Sartach Khan and the other Mongol Khans were Christian. Throughout his recordings he is repeatedly overwhelmed by the religious, cultural, linguistic, and political differences between the Mongolian Empire, and Western Europe. As a Franciscan friar, his humble...

    Christianity, Genghis Khan, Inner Mongolia 1066  Words | 3  Pages

  • Peshawar

     Peshawar See The Old City Centre with the Qissa Khwani Bazaar, Bazar-e-Kalan, Clock Tower Square, Chowk Yadgar, Tehsil Gorgathri, Mohabbat Khan Mosque, Sunehri Masjid (Sadar), Peshawar Museum, Khyber Bazar. Parks includes Khalid bin waleed park, Shahi bagh and Wazir bagh. The traditional halal food of Peshawar can be bought from Namak Mandi, Khyber Bazar. The famous "Kulfa" can be accessed from Qissa Khwani Bazar in the months of Apri-Sept every year, when there is hot...

    Khyber Pass, Lahore, Mughal Empire 1608  Words | 6  Pages

  • political

    the most powerful chief executives amongst the fifty states (Kender, 2013). The Missouri governor is able to appoint state judges. The executive divisions include ten major departments: Revenue, Agriculture, Economic Development, Insurance, Social Services, Mental Health, Natural Resources, Public Safety, Labor and Industrial Relations, and Higher Education. Missouri’s Executive Branch consists of all state elective and appointive employees and is accountable for executing the laws of the state. The...

    Federal government of the United States, Judiciary, Law 1104  Words | 6  Pages

  • Genghis Khan

    Genghis Khan, or Ghengis Khan as he is more widely known, was born about the year 1162 to a Mongol chieftain, Yesugei, and his wife. He was born with the name of Temujin, which means 'iron worker' in his native language. When Temujin was born his fist was clutching a blood clot which was declared an omen that he was destined to become a heroic warrior.Very little is known of Temujin until he was around age 13 when his father declared that his son was to find a fiancée and get married. After several...

    Borjigin, Central Asia, Genghis Khan 1969  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pakistan Notes

    them from power. With the war of 1857 this feeling was intensified and every attempt was made to ruin and suppress the Muslims forever. Thus the Mughal rule came to an end and the sub- continent went directly under the British crown. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan made modern education the way to progress After the Muslim rule, the new rulers, the British, implemented a new educational policy with drastic changes. The policy restricted Arabic, Persian and religious education in schools and made...

    British Empire, India, Indian independence movement 3554  Words | 16  Pages

  • Political and Economic Effect on Mass Media

    important functions of political literacy of citizens and an important channel of political communication (Louw,2010). Without Internet, television, newspapers and magazines, even well-educated people can not properly navigate the complex mosaic of conflicting political processes to make responsible decisions. Media allow them to think outside the box directly to individual experience doing foreseeable world politics, but through the prism of their own vision of political reality. However, there...

    Advertising, Concentration of media ownership, Journalism 1914  Words | 6  Pages

  • Political Game

    full fledged kingdoms and states and each of these massive societies had their own political ideas and ideals, the matter of running the state in an appropriate manner came to be known as politics. This however did not mean the end of politics in other spheres of life. Theories on political thought and process began to be discussed, and a new era in politics came about. The institutions and customs and political ideas of the ancient civilizations grew up slowly, age by age, no man designing and...

    Aristotle, Communism, Law 1410  Words | 4  Pages

  • Causes for the Downfall of Ayub Khan

    General Muhammed Ayub Khan was appointed as Cheief Martial Law Administrator (CMLA) by President Iskander Mirza on October 7, 1958. Khan receives tremendous support from the people of the country as they were frustrated by the ill political situation in Pakistan. Ayub Khan announced the new constitution of Pakistan in 1962. In this constitution it was laid down that the future form of Government would be Presidential. This form of Government gives most of the powers to the president for running...

    Ayub Khan, Indo-Pakistani War of 1965, Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 825  Words | 3  Pages

  • syed mokhtar al bukhary

    give it away. “My mother taught us nothing is yours until you have given it away with all your heart in the hope it will make someone’s life easier.” As far as Syed Mokhtar is concerned, he is merely the steward of wealth that is meant to be spent in the service of mankind. In 2007, the May 20 edition of the World Business nominated Syed Mokhtar as one of the Top 20 “Progressive Asians”, citing him as one “who has no interest in personal aggrandisement.” In 2008, Malaysia honoured him as Tokoh...

    Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, Alor Setar, Hussein Onn 1346  Words | 4  Pages

  • Life of Ayub Khan

    attempted to bring in land reforms but the idea was not implemented properly. Labor, law and administrative reforms were also introduced during his regime. Ayub Khan also initiated Family Laws in the country. He planned a new city and moved the capital from Karachi to Islamabad in 1962. Every thing was moving in the right direction for Ayub Khan till the start of the Indo-Pakistan War of 1965. The performance of the Pakistani army was good but the war caused a rapid decline of the country's economy...

    Ayub Khan, Indo-Pakistani War of 1965, Martial law 1275  Words | 3  Pages

  • Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary

    1130650 GROUP TMC 4 INTRODUCTION Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary is the chosen leader that I want to share in this assignment. Before this, we just heard his name without knowing his background. I eager to write about him because he just an ordinary person that doing extraordinary things. He is also the richest Malay in this country and very much respected businessman and philanthropy. I will share with you about the life of Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary and highlighted about his contribution...

    Alor Setar, Entrepreneurship, Johor 974  Words | 8  Pages

  • Ideology of Pakistan

    birth to two distinct cultures with no similarities. The ideology of Pakistan took shape through an evolutionary process. Historical experience provided the base; with Sir Syed Ahmad Khan began the period of Muslim self-awakening; Allama Iqbal provided the philosophical explanation; Quaid-i-Azam translated it into a political reality; and the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan, by passing Objectives Resolution in March 1949, gave it legal sanction. It was due to the realization of Muslims of South...

    Hinduism, History of Pakistan, India 584  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sir Robert Peel Policing Paper

    Sir Robert Peel's Position on Policing � PAGE �6� Sir Robert Peel's Position on Policing Kessha Hobson Survey of Justice and Security Professor Steven J. Duplissis, J.D. March 14, 2010 Introduction The real key for policing is the police are the people and the people are the police. Community policing has become a new trend in law enforcement over the past few decades. Sir Robert Peel is probably the most influential name associated with modern day policing. Sir Robert Peel's nine principles...

    Constable, Crime, Crime prevention 1475  Words | 6  Pages

  • Services

    Prompt: In some countries every young person must serve two years of military service. Should we have a similar policy in the United States? Write an essay stating your position on this issue and supporting it with convincing reasons. Be sure to explain your reasons in detail. The Model Essay: What You Can Do for Your Country A few countries require every young person to serve two years of military service, and as we continue to face military conflicts across the Introduction Statement...

    Conscription, Military, Military history 1080  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Two Nation Theory

    Ideology --- Two Nation Theory Sir Syed --- Quaid --- Iqbal Introduction: i) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan: The man who spoke first the Muslims as a “nation” in the modern times was none other than Sir Syed Ahmed Khan. In 1867, he said: “I am convinced that both these nations will not join whole heartedly in anything. At present there is no open hostility between the two nations. But on accounts of so called educated people it will increase in the future.” Analyzing on the demand of Indian National Congress...

    British Raj, Indian independence movement, Indian National Congress 1788  Words | 5  Pages

  • Sir Gawain

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  • Status of Women in Pakistan

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