• A Life in Words
    sometimes teasing and mischievous brothers and sisters, and cousins. She narrates honestly and simply, just how a story should be told, making the book a fun read; though a lot of times I felt that I’d have liked it better if I was reading the original, Urdu version. A lot does get lost in...
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  • Minto's Ideology
    famous literary works | |2.11 Death | |3 Manto collection (books) | |4 Further reading | |5 Manto's works online | |6 Notes...
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  • Parsi Theatre
    readings of history. The theatrical past can only be reconstructed through awareness of the communal discourses that have inflected the production of knowledge upon it. Urdu Sources The first Urdu book to treat the Parsi theater was N≥ªak S≥gar by N∑r Il≥hµ and Mu√ammad ‘Umar , published in...
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  • notes
    Readings: 1. Walker, Hugh The English Essays and Essayists. S. Chand & Co. Delhi, 1959. 2. Gravil, Richard, ed. Gulliver’s Travels (Case-book Series). Macmillan, 1974. 3. Schoeman, R. (ed.) Bertrand Russell, Philosopher of the Century. Allen & Unwin.1967. 4. Leavis, John. Bertrand Russell...
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  • Saadat-Hasan-Manto--Writer-of-Stark-Realities.Pdf
    High School in Amritsar, but he remained a misfit throughout in school years, rapidly losing motivation in studies, ending up failing twice in matriculation. His only love during those days, was reading English Novels, for which he even stole a book, once from a Book-Stall in Amritsar Railway...
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  • Essay
    novels for reading, in exchange for selling exam cram books at the school.[8] Premchand was an enthusiastic reader of classics in other languages, and translated several of these works in Hindi. By 1919, Premchand had published four novellas, of about a hundred pages each. In 1919, Premchand's...
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  • My Favourite Sport
    . They must also be skillful in controlling the ball. All this makes the game a difficult game indeed. Playing football however help us healthy and active. I shall always love this game. [pic] Essay topic: Talk about your favorite sport (Essay 2) I like swimming. It is my favorite sport, for I...
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  • Communilisation and Disintegration of Urdu in Anita Desai Incustody by Amina Yaqin
     Y •  but to critically assess the value of Anita Desai’s intervention in a communally charged Hindi-Urdu debate. The key questions I raise in this essay are about the kind of cultural memory Desai is constructing in her text, and how this depiction can be read in relation to the actual...
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  • Anita Desai
    interview Nur. He tells Nur about his love for Urdu literature. He also tells him that he is working as a temporary lecturer in Hindi literature to earn a living. Nur dismisses this excuse with contempt, suggesting that Deven should have chosen to trade in rice and oil if earning a living was his...
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  • The Decolonisation of English - Lt. E. Justin Ruben
    writer who attempted to decolonise the English language in his book ‘All About H.Hatterr ’, though not seriously and consciously as Rushdie did in his books. In his article “ Common Wealth Literature does not exist ” Rushdie comments, “ Indian society and Indian...
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  • Cambridge 2014 May/June Zone 4 Final Exam Schedule
    3 8685/22 1h45m 8686/3 1h30m Spanish 22 9686/3 1h30m Portuguese Language 2 Portuguese 2 Duration 9719/22 1h45m Urdu 3 8684/2 9718/2 1h45m 1h45m Syllabus / Component Code Duration Arabic (Reading and Directed Writing) 22 Geography 22 Hindi as a Second...
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  • B.Ed Syallabus
    Weightage : 20% Marks : 16 1. Curriculum: Meaning, importance and principles of preparing good Urdu. Curriculum at secondary level. Principles and rationale of curriculum development. Text book: Meaning and importance of Urdu textbook, qualities of a good textbook in the subject of Urdu...
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  • How to Become an Ias Officer
    in many of the papers like the "essay paper", the "English qualifying paper" etc. It will also keep you updated with the latest facts and current affairs. However, do not over do this. You should not waste your time reading a lot and picking up very few facts! You must try to read only things that...
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  • Omar Faheem
    as a reformer and nationalist leader. There was a sudden change in Sir Syed's views after the Hindi–Urdu controversy. His education and reformist policies became Muslim-specific and he fought for the status of Urdu. Maulana Hali writes, in his book, Hayat-e-Javed, "One day as Sir Syed was discussing...
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  • Linguistics in Pakistan
    lives of students. The Prescriptivist Tradition in Urdu Thus it is not surprising to find that the first concern of the people who wrote about the languages now used in Pakistan was about norms of ‘correctness’. Most of these people 2 were poets of Urdu who wrote in India much before Pakistan...
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  • This Is How, I Am Prepared for My Future
    . Q6- Write the English to Hindi words – i- A room ii- A book iii- A mango iv- A hotel v- A fan Q7- Opposite word- i- Bull- ii- Cock- iii- Sun- iv- Father- v- Brother- Q8- Singular or Plural – i- Doll- ii- Cow- iii- Dog- iv- Box- v- Girl- Q9- Write the Essay of ‘My...
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  • Humour and Satire in Urdu Literature
    The Dialogue 182 Volume VII Number 2 Humour and Satire in Urdu Literature Tazeen Gul & Tabassum Javed Rasheed Ahmad Siddiquee’s name is also mentioned along with Patras Bukhari. Rasheed Ahmad was an alumni of Aligharh and taught there as a professor of Urdu literature. His essays are...
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  • English Essay
    culture worldwide; and English as a Global Language (1997), a book by David Crystal, who is a professor at the University of Wales. And yet, of course, English is not sweeping all before it, not even in the United States. According to the U.S. Bureau of the Census, ten years ago about one in seven...
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  • Challanges and Issues in Teaching and Learning English
    are usually more concerned about it than they are about English A. The curriculum of English B consist of essays, moral stories, letters writing, application writing, tenses and translation from Urdu to English. What happens indeed is that teachers make the students learn some selected essays...
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  • Indian Literature
    Western Classics and published them in a book of stories titled Gode Goshti (Sweet Stories). Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar (1889–1976)'s Yayati won him the Jnanpith Award for 1975. He also wrote many other novels, short stories, essays etc. His major works are Don Dhruv (Two Poles), Ulka (Meteorite...
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