• Allama Iqbal 2
    ultimately convinced his people and their leaders, particularly Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: "We both are exiles in this land. Both longing for our dear home's sight!" "That dear home is Pakistan, on which he harpened like a flute-player, but whose birth he did not witness." Many verses in...
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  • Quaid E Azam- an Architect of Pakistan
    , 30 october 1947 5) Syed Hussain Imam “Sterling qualities of Quaid”. 6) Ahmad Khan Yusufi, Speeches, statements and messages of Quaid-e-Azam. 7) Rajmohan Gandhi, Eight Lives: A Study of the Hindu-Muslim Encounter (Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1986) 8) Wikipedia the...
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  • Pak Study Notes
    passing away, the world has lost one of the greatest statemen and Pakistan its life-giver, philosopher and guide. Such was Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the man and his mission, such the range of his accomplishments and achievements. LANGUAGES OF PAKISTAN * 1 Introduction * 2 Urdu...
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  • Pakistan at 14 August
    national flag at the Presidential and Parliament buildings and deliver speeches that are televised live. In the speech, the leaders highlight the achievements of the government, goals set for the future and in the words of the father of the nation, Qud-e-Azam, bring "Unity, Faith and Discipline" to its...
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  • Performanemce Appraisal Sysyt
    of poor refugees. The Quaid-i-Azam handled the situation arising out of the influx of refugees with vision, courage and wisdom. He made stirring speeches to revive faith and confidence in the distressed refugees. He said, "Do not be overwhelmed by the enormity of the task. There are many examples...
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  • Pakistan Affairs
    abolished by Mustafa Kamal Pasha in 1924 26. Simon Commission was sent to India in 1927 27. On the arrival Simon Commission Muslim League was Split into two groups one was led by Sir Muhammad Shafee and the other was led by Quaid e Azam 28. Which party was divided into pro changers and changers...
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  • Life of Quaid E Azam After Independence
    QUAID-E-AZAM’S LIFE AFTER THE INDEPENDENCE GOVERNOR-GENERAL: Jinnah became the first Governor-General of Pakistan and president of its constituent assembly. Inaugurating the assembly on August 11, 1947, Jinnah spoke of an inclusive and pluralist democracy promising equal rights for all citizens...
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  • Pakistan Affairs Mcqs Book
    with permanent settlement of Bengal. • Delhi proposals presented by Quaid-e-Azam in March 1927. • Nehru Report was produced by Motilal Nehru in 1928. • Shoaib Qureshi was one muslim member who took part in writing the Nehru Report. • Fourteen-Points-of-MA Jinnah came in March 1929 from Delhi...
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  • Science
    working committee of Muslim League in its Merrut session in 1939 appointed a committee to consider different constitutional proposals. Quaid-e-Azam was the chairman of this committee. This committee after due consideration presented its famous resolution on March 23, 1940 at the Lahore session which...
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  • Ideology of Pakistan
    all the resources at their disposal to enhance Islamic culture and civilization. Quaid-e-Azam said Pakistan was created the day the first Indian national entered the field of Islam. From the above statement, it is clear that Ideology of Pakistan is an Islamic one. Two Nation Concepts: The...
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  • Essays Free for 10th in Pakistan
    few to be chewed and digested”. QUAID-E-AZAM MUHAMMAD ALI JINNAH Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was the founder of Pakistan. The twentieth century has seen a number of great personalities on the international political scene. Non of them is equal to Quaid-e-Azam in intellect and honesty of...
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  • terrorism
    charisma of Churchill, dignity of de Gaulle, greatness of Allama Iqbal and rationality of Roosevelt. The landmarks in the political life of Quaid-e-Azam are: from Lucknow Pact to Lahore Resolution and from fourteen points to fourteenth August 1947. Two great leaders, Gokhale and Tilak highly...
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  • Initial Problems of Pakistan
    among East Pakistan. Refusal of the demand ultimately transformed into a political movement. In March 1948 whileaddressing at Dhaka, Quaid-e-Azam declared, “Urdu and Urdu alone would be thenational language of Pakistan". Advice of Quaid-e-Azam temporarily took the heart outof language movement but the...
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  • Secularism, A solution to violence in pakistan
    Pakistan. If we look closely at many of his speeches we will notice Quaid E Azam was a staunch supporter of secularism with an added focus on Islamic thought and ideology.8 ...
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  • Aziz
    . The engine of their political struggle, namely the All India Muslim League, was now strong enough to lead them on the pathway to Pakistan. A year earlier, the Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah had given loud and clear hints to the nation and foreign powers that the die would be cast in the next...
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  • Essay
    by the Karachi Municipal Corporation, Karachi; August 25, 1947, quoted in The Pakistan Times, August 27, 1947, also quoted in Khurshid Ahmed Khan Yusufi(ed.), Speeches Statements & Messages of the Quaid-e-Azam, Vol. IV (Lahore; Bazm-e-Iqbal, 1996), Address to officers and men of the 5th Heavy Ack...
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  • Unity, Faith and Discipline
    brethren to each other. In many of Quaid-e-Azam's speeches, he has stressed on unity and advised to be united in our work for the country. Discipline is the second principle. It means following certain principles. Discipline also means mental or moral training. By this principle Quaid-e-Azam means...
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  • ideology of pakistan
    should have an opportunity to live according to the faith and creed based on the Islamic principles. Quaid-e-Azam once said: “Pakistan was created the day the first Indian national entered the field of Islam.” From the above statement, it is clear that ideology of Pakistan is an Islamic one. Two...
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  • What Do You Understand by Ideology of Pakistan? Explain in the Light of Saying of the Quid- E- Azam.
    IDEOLOGY OF PAKISTAN AND QUAID-E-AZAM Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah,the great leader of Muslims of Sub Continent gave practical shape to the ideology given by Allama Iqbal. He He had a strong believe in Hindu Muslim unity and was of the opinion that both Hindus and Muslims should launch joint...
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  • History of Pakistan
    languages that injured the national unity as Quaid-i-Azam had wished Urdu as national language. This is important that after the Formula, the work began on constitution drafting because the deadlock was over. CA Dissolution In October 1954, GG (Governor General) dissolved the CA that was challenged...
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