• Iqbal as a Politician
    last years of his life, Iqbal had such a busy political life that it is not possible to describe all of his political activities in this short assignment. Hence some of his work mentioned in a brief sketch. MEMBER OF PUNJAB LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY: It was in 1923 that Iqbal was persuaded by certain...
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  • Speech of Mr. Ghulam Sabir on 15 November at Iqbal Day in Copenhagen.
    SPEECH OF MR. GHULAM SABIR ON 15 NOVEMBER AT IQBAL DAY IN COPENHAGEN. I am delighted to see here the dignitaries representing their great countries. Their presence among us is a symbol of solidarity in our efforts towards creating a sense of brotherhood among man. Our main aim as I have written and...
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    the League along the lines of the Congress, putting most power in a Working Committee, which he appointed.[84] By December 1939, Liaquat estimated that the League had three million two-anna members. In a speech given at Allahabad to a League session in 1930, Sir Muhammad Iqbal called for a state for...
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  • Allama iqbal
    Urdu is sugar  (but) speech method in Dari (Persian) is sweeter "  Urdu  Iqbal's first work published in Urdu, the Bang-e-Dara (The Call of the Marching Bell) of 1924, was a collection of poetry written by him in three distinct phases of his life. The poems he wrote up to 1905, the year Iqbal...
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  • Abdullah
    deemed entitled to inherit what his father bequeathed."[2] In a short poem entitled تعلیم اور اس کے نتائج (Education and its Results) Allama Iqbal referring to the young generation states: خوش ت وہیں ہم بھی جوانوں کی ترقی سے مگر اب خنداں سے نکل جاتی ہے فریاد بھی ساتھ | ہم سمجھتے تھے کہ لائے گی...
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  • Social Injustices of the Untouchables
    conscious effort and brilliant ideas to remove the caste system from the Hindu society. Iqbal Nath Sarshar, a young poet from the novel, gives a life changing speech to the public about diminishing the caste system and the best way to do it. Gandhi has the peace and love approach that will change the world...
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  • Faliure of Democracy
    wanted to utilize communalism to manipulate the sentiments of the Muslim masses. As Barrister Aftab Iqbal (son of Allama Iqbal) would write, the League was controlled by “a few half educated, selfish and ambitious Nawabs and Muslim capitalists from Muslim minority provinces under the leadership of...
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  • Central Superior Services
    alluring personality and policy of public welfare impressed non-Muslims to embrace Islam at a grandiose scale. 4. FARID AL-DIN GANJ SHAKAR: CENTRE: FAR-NORTH-INDIA(PAKPATAN) Farid was an eloquent Panjabi poet. With his elegant speech and wide spread message of peace, he became successful in...
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  • Nationalism
    different nations trapped within it. There is a Hindu India and a Muslim India, both constantly clashing with one another due to lifestyle differences. The constant blood shed caused poet Muhammad Iqbal to derive the idea of a seperate “North-West India Muslim state”(Iqbal, speech Dec 3rd). This separate...
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  • Anky
    recommend the use of these capsules? Why? • Sunita finds that after few periods of teaching classroom is littered with many small pieces of papers. Next day she delivered a speech in assembly-“if a paper is torn a branch of tree is being destroyed.” Do you agree with Sunita? Give reasons...
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    in Lahore. Two years later, the Muslim League voted for the idea of Pakistan. That the poet had influenced the making of that decision, which became a reality in 1947, is undisputed. He has been acclaimed as the father of Pakistan, and every year Iqbal Day is celebrated by Pakistanis. BIBLIOGRAPHY...
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    Iqbal is an 82 year old man who is living in a private residential nursing home. Iqbal suffered from a stroke six months ago and since has experienced speech difficulties; he requires assistance with all his day to day activities including feeding, dressing and personal hygiene. He also uses a...
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  • Preparation Note
    punjab: M. Ismail(wrong) 20. Resolution of pak was passed in: Iqbal Park 21. In 1938 sindh muslim league passed that: India should be divided on two nation theory basis 22. Muslim league founded in: 1906 23. Result of 1937 elections: Muslim league won majority of seats for community 24. Effect of...
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    based on the principles of Islam”, (Islamia College, Peshawar)In the Annual Session of All India Muslim League at Allahabad. SAYINGS OF ALLAMA IQBAL ABOUT THE IDEOLOGY OF PAKISTAN:- Allama Iqbal said about the Ideology of Pakistan that: I can see that Punjab, North West Frontier province...
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  • Quaid E Azam- an Architect of Pakistan
    , aptitudes and ambitions, in short, we have our own distinctive outlook on life and of life. By all cannons of international law we are a nation.” A controversy has raged in Pakistan about whether Jinnah wanted Pakistan to be a secular state or an Islamic state. His views as expressed in his policy speech...
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  • Notes
    tradition, aptitudes and ambitions; in short, we have our own distinctive outlook on life and of life. By all canons of international law, we are a nation". Demand for Pakistan The 1930 session of Muslim League, in which Dr Allama Muhammad Iqbal presented the idea of a separate homeland for the...
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    The Lahore Resolution (Qarardad-e-Lahore (Urdu: قرارداد لاھور)), also known as the Pakistan Resolution,[1] was a formal political statement adopted by the All India Muslim League at the occasion of its three-day general session on 22–24 March 1940 at Minto Park (now Iqbal Park), Lahore. The...
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  • Gazi Ilm Deen Shaheed
    in the Law, ensuring that Islam would be covered by blasphemy laws. Ilm Din was an illiterate teenager from Lahore. His father was a carpenter. One day he was passing near Masjid (mosque) Wazir Khan. There was a huge crowd shouting slogans against Rajpal. The speaker thundered: "Oh Muslims! The...
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  • Maths Dvd Torrent
    the founder of Pakistan. Although he left us after such a short time, his speeches are there to guide us. If we follow the directions given in them, we will be able to serve our dear Pakistan in the best way. The Quaid-i-Azam firmly believed, that one day the Muslims, would achieve their desired...
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  • Essays Free for 10th in Pakistan
    whole, village life is close to nature. Government should impose condition on every well educated person to spend some days in a village every year, so that they can understand the difficulties of the villagers and try to solve them. MY HOBBY It is said that an empty mind is devil’s workshop. The...
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