• Independence Day of Bangladesh
    civilian administration in Pakistan. The Punjab had served as the garrison of the British Indian Army. Hence, the Punjabis dominated the military in Pakistan. The Muslim League decided to make Urdu the sole state language of Pakistan, although only 3 per cent of the population of Pakistan spoke...
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  • variation Of Music In Pakistan
    Pakistan. In recent years, local Pakistani hip hop artists have begun to emerge in underground scenes in large cities such as Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore. The lyrical expression of cultural identity and addressing Pakistan's political and social problems is vital in making hip hop a popular growing...
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  • Pak Studies
    /June 2006 Syllabus 2059 Paper 1 (c) ‘The promotion of regional languages in Pakistan between 1947 and 1988 has been more successful than the promotion of Urdu.’ Do you agree? Explain your answer. LEVEL 1: Simplistic statement. Pushto is a regional language LEVEL 2: Description of regional...
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  • Education
    indicative of deep problems in Pakistan. Encouraging colleges and universities to raise their own resources by charging higher fees has clearly excluded a significant section of students belonging to poor sections of the society. Education in Pakistan is now so expensive that poor can’t even imagine...
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  • Education
    | | | | Given below are some recommendations to the government for improving education in Pakistan. The recommendations follow a brief mention of the | |problems they might be helpful in tackling...
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  • Media and Foreign Policy
    more candid, opaque and vocal regarding foreign policy. One of the major problems of print media, he said, is its division in English and Urdu. English newspapers cover issues related to foreign and security policy while there are hardly any such issues available in Urdu newspapers. This dichotomy is...
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  • STUDENT OBJECTIVES
    when a scientific approach is relevant to a problem • Select and apply appropriate biological knowledge and skills to clarify and help produce solutions to problems, especially the personal and social problems of everyday life to which such knowledge and skills can apply • Use thoughtful...
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  • Internship
    Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV) Pakistan Television Corporation is a public and commercial broadcasting television network, as well as a mass-media state-owned megacorporation, headquarters at Karachi, Pakistan. Founded on November 26, 1964 by an international-sector organization NEC...
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  • Spring
    , culture, communications and trade of Pakistan. Analyses of the major problems confronted by Pakistan relating to cross cultural relationships, socio-economic viability, environmental conservation, resource sustainability and development. Section A Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00-09:50 A-2 Sohail Ahmad...
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  • Tragedy of 1971
    . Military repression of the Bengali nationalist movement followed. The Bengali Muslims had a common religion with the Urdu-speaking Muslims of the West, but social and political traditions, as well as language and economic base, were quite different. When Pakistan was formed as an Islamic...
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  • Ali Garh Movement.
    , Urdu, derived mainly from Arabic and Persian vocabulary and adopting indigenous words and idioms, came to be spoken and written by the Muslims and it gained currency among the rest of the Indian population. URDU: THE NATIONAL LANGUAGE OF PAKISTAN Apart from religion, Urdu also enabled the...
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  • Allama Iqbal 2
    as though the poet is travelling through Hijaz in his imaginatin. Profundity of ideas and intensity of passion are the salient features of these short poems. The Urdu portion of the book contains some categorical criticism of the intellectual movements and social and political revolutions of the...
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  • Hassan
    ideological basis for which Pakistan came into existence. Without further loss of time we should introduce Islamic system of life in our country because Islam helps in creating national unity brotherhood and equality. It guarantees social justice and does not allow any kind of exploitation or...
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  • fall course atlas fc college
    (3 Credits) Prerequisite: ECON 201 Project planning, its process, appraisal and evaluation with special reference to Pakistan, technical, social financial and economic analysis of projects, discounted measures of project worth i.e. BC Ratio, IRR, NPV etc, techniques used in time and resource...
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  • Media in Pakistan
    criticizing some of the private TV channels for western orientation in their contents and immoral entertainment programs. In this regard, Waseem (2006) says “this concession to religious elements tantamount to recognizing their social power base.” The newly elected democratic government of the Pakistan...
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  • Study Mode
    resources and social/economic Teacher Training in Pakistan: Problems and Solutions for Student Teaching Preparatory Programs 180 situations (Memon, 2007). Additionally, Pakistan is facing the problem of overcrowded classes in its schools. Usually there are 50 students in a class; but, in some...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    .  | | | Inequalities between the two regions i.e. East and West Pakistan soon stirred up a sense of Bengali nationalism that had not been reckoned with during the push for Muslim independence. When the Pakistan government declared that `Urdu and only Urdu' would be the national language, the...
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  • Ethno-Religious Disintegration in the
    Hindu families from Pakistan to India. It created social and economic problems of new dimensions both for India and Pakistan. Till today the Mohazir (migrated Muslim) problem is a major issue in Pakistan. The migrated Hindus are still creating problems for India. Beside the social aspect both the...
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  • Pakistan: Nationalism Without a Nation
    Pakistanis are divided not only by different variations of Islam but also by a host of other ethnic, linguistic, cultural, and social differences. Pakistani nationalism PAKISTAN Etymology: The name Pakistan literally means "Land of the Pure" in Urdu and Persian. It was coined in 1933 as...
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  • Paper
    economic and social revolution that India is witnessing today could have also occurred in Pakistan but for a number of unfortunate developments I will discuss later. For the moment I will reflect on the problem Pakistan faces today—in 2005. In 2005, Pakistan is already the world’s sixth largest...
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