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Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born on December 25th 1876, and went on to smoke a lot of cigars, exude old school cool in industrial quantities, and found the nation of Pakistan. 7 more words

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Quaid Day: Pakistan is celeberating founding father's birthday

ISLAMABAD: The 139th birth anniversary of the founder of Pakistan – Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah – will be celebrated across the country today (Friday).

A change of guard ceremony will be held at the mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah in Karachi in the morning. 81 more words

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Stranded Pakistanis in Bangladesh

The Stranded Pakistanis are Urdu-speaking Muslim migrants with homelands in present-day India and Pakistan who settled in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) following the partition of India in 1947. 866 more words

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Heartless Heirs and the Neglected Flagstaff House

Although Muhammad Ali Jinnah aka Quaid e Azam aka Father of the Nation left us way back in 1948, almost 67 years ago, nevertheless, his achievement Pakistan; land of pure, an independent state for the Muslims of the Subcontinent still exist on the globe, though we the ignorant have tried to pay back his favour by losing half of it back in 1971. 1,315 more words

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Happy Independence Day of Pakistan - Aug 14 Event

Pakistan Happy Independence day to all Pakistanis. May this country prosper and grow at the best of its potential. Amen. 52 more words

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Revisiting 'Sacrifice'

An article by Zarrar Khuhro in The Express Tribune on the very day of the 2013 general elections began with the words: “Clichés are only clichés because they are repeated so often. 651 more words

In Loving Memory of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

A Secular, Liberal or a Leader of Islam?

There are many misconceptions that exist in today’s society regarding the founding father of Pakistan; some say that Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah wanted a state which was secular and had no influence of religion but only law and order; others say that he was in favour of liberalism. 2,119 more words

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