• Pride of Pakistan
    WHY I LOVE MY COUNTRY WHY I LOVE MY COUNTRY Pakistan our sweet homeland. Pakistan had appeared on the world map in 1947 but after the Muslims had made enormous scarifies. No other nation, it may be pointed out, has achieved such a major political objective in such a short period. But the Muslims...
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  • Butterflies
    merciful A beautiful scene of dusk depicts a sweet picture of the universe, when the sun sets, and calm and stillness engulfs the loud voices of the day, I often see the birds returning back to their nests. These tiny creatures, lacking the faculty of reasoning and speech, believe that the best place ever...
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  • World Cup 2011 India Semifinal Match Fix
    1. why AFRIDI refused to go on the tour of WESTINDIES which is starting APRIL 17 after world cup?? 2. why afridi cry before match??? 3. Why AFRIDI gave a ANGRY luk at VIP ROOM aftr losing his wicket?? 4. Why AFRIDI give a ANGRY look at the VIP ROOM after losing the MATCH?? 5. Why Afridi says SORRY...
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  • Why Do I Love Pakistan
    An essay on why I love Pakistan (The ideology of Pakistan, The Pakistan movement) Outline: 1. Introduction 2. Patriotism a natural passion 3. Ideology of Pakistan is the cause of my love 4. What is ideology 5. The Pakistan Movement 6. Reasons behind the...
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  • English Notes for 9 Class
    principles was The Islamic Society based on? Ans: In Madina, The Prophet Mohammad ﷺ founded an islamic society based on following three Principles. (i) There is no God except Allah, All power belongs to him. (ii) Mohammad ﷺ is his last Prophet. (iii) All Muslims are brothers to each other. Q - 6)...
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  • I Love Pakistan
    Write an easy on Why I love Pakistan Love is a fundamental passion of man. Man needs and desires sympathy, help and love form fellow human beings. Man is afraid of living alone. He is a social being . his life is bound up in a thousand ways with the people around him. He must live in a country and...
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  • Soccer
    are three distinct reasons that soccer is so widely popular. I- Soccer is a relatively easy game to learn and play. II- It provides many physical benefits and III- Has the ability to benefit cultures by bringing countries together. I- Soccer is an easy game to learn. Many children start to play...
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  • Pakistan
    Pakistan displays some of Asia’s most magnificent landscapes as it stretches from the Arabian Sea, its southern border, to some of the world’s most spectacular mountain ranges in the north. Pakistan is also home to sites that date back to word’s earliest settlements rivaling those of ancient Egypt and...
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  • Soccer
    are three distinct reasons that soccer is so widely popular. I- Soccer is a relatively easy game to learn and play. II- It provides many physical benefits and III- Has the ability to benefit cultures by bringing countries together. I- Soccer is an easy game to learn. Many children start to play...
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  • Presentaion
    Cricket in this region/in our country (Pakistan) has a history even before the creation of our country. The first ever international cricket match was played in this county was in 1935. The Pakistan cricket team made its Test cricket debut in 1952 against India. The team was lead by Abdul Hafeez Kardar...
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  • Abbasi
    say! (By Shahid Ali Abbasi) A bird loves the dry, thorny tree having its nest more than a green and fragrant one which is not its home. You can‟t resist the impulse of patriotism when your country‟s prestige is at stake, but, despite a strong urge of nationalism, I‟ll not fall a prey to the arch villain...
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  • In the Line of Fire
    medium of this book he intends to convey to the people of Pakistan what he has accomplished for his country, and to the world community, how he has endeavored to counter the forces of extremism and obscurantism that have brought bad name to Pakistan. . About The Author 8. The title, In the Line of Fire...
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  • How Underdeveloped Countries Rule Underdeveloped Countires
    countries….? I being a citizen of an underdeveloped country and a member of a poor nation, have always wondered that why things in our country happen in a certain way? Why decisions and policies of our country are molded in a way which is unpopular among the people of our country? Why the developed...
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  • my dream of pakistan
    dreams.” I believe in it so I believe in beauty of my dreams. I have dreams for my beloved motherland Pakistan. I have dreams for it because I am daughter of this soil, I enjoy the soothing breeze of its mountains, I sit under its shady tress, I drink the cool and sweet water of its springs, it loves me like...
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  • Ethnic Groups in Pakistan
    University of Wollongong Thesis Collections 2001 Ethnic nationalism and the state in Pakistan Adeel Khan University of Wollongong Recommended Citation Khan, Adeel, Ethnic nationalism and the state in Pakistan, Doctor of Philosophy thesis, Faculty of Arts, University of Wollongong, 2001. http://ro...
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  • my fist day at college
    had migrated from Kashmir some two hundred years before .His father Sheikh Nor Muhammad was a mystic from whom Iqbal inherited mysticism and deep love for religion. He received his early education at a local high school and passed his intermediate examination from Murray College. He had the good...
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  • Role of Youth in Fata and Kpk
    Pakistan Economic position. 1) Unequal distribution of wealth 2) Some regions of Pakistan creeping along 3) idiosyncrasy 4) tribal regions suffer a lot and paid heavily 5) youth of Pakistan are large 6) its great gift to Pakistan 7) promote education sector 8) bringing...
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  • essay
    business and some at education and knowledge. My aim is neither wealth nor fame. I wish to serve by country with best of my talent. I love Pakistan and I really believe that everybody should think to make it a really great country. I want to become a doctor. It is a noble profession. In medical line, there...
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  • Test
    and Paypal alternative for Pakistan Pakistanis are deprived from selling anything online throuh any auction site as all offer Paypal as the only payment processor, which does not operate in Pakistan. Even the major giant eBay is not usable by the buyers and sellers of Pakistan! Whats the use of allowing...
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  • Academic Papers
    GOVERNMENT FOR PAKISTAN? Since its inception, the land of Pakistan has been torn between political parties of conflicting school-of- thoughts. While one edge pertains to the upholders of democracy, the members bearing the other regard democracy to be a preposterous system to be executed in Pakistan. They have...
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