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Mohsin Naqvi

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Mohsin Naqvi was an Urdu poet of Pakistan. He is considered one of the great Urdu poets. Mohsin Naqvi was born in village named as Mohalla-e-Sadat near Dera Ghazi Khan in province Punjab, Pakistan on 5 May 1947. The name given him by his parents was Ghulam Abbas that he himself later changed as Ghulam Abbas Mohsin Naqvi and now ... Read More »

Ismail Gulgee

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Ismail Gulgee is a globally famous Pakistani artist who was born in Peshawar on 25 October 1926. He did not receive any formal education in painting, as he was a self-taught artist. For his initial education of civil engineering, he went to Aligarh University and later he headed off to US for the higher studies. He got admission in Columbia ... Read More »

Sehwan Sharif:city of Hazrat Laal Shahbaz Qalandar

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Sehwan Sharif is considered as one of the most important historical places of Sindh. It is situated at a distance of 193 kilometers from Karachi on the right bank of river Indus in the Jamshoro District. The latitude of Sehwan is 264,333 and longitude is 678,667. It is a small city which comprises of total population of about 41,500 people ... Read More »

Battle of Chawinda

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Battle of Chawinda, in the history is the largest tank battle that was fought between the India and Pakistan in 1965. This battle was the part of Sialkot campaign in the war. Indian and Pakistan Armies were standing against each other in this battle that started near Phillora and got intensified. From Indian Army, the commander of Corps I, General ... Read More »

Begum Raana liaquat Ali Khan

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  Begum Raana Liaquat Ali Khan is known as first Muslim women who worked as an ambassador, first Muslim governor and firs chancellor of the University of Karachi. She was first Muslim women to receive the Women achievement medal, Jan Adams medal and United Nation’s Human rights award in history.              Begum Raana Liaquat Ali Khan was born on 13th ... Read More »

Sohail Ahmed

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When we talk about, why the satellite television is being watched in the villages of Pakistan nowadays? What converts a serious hardcore political content into a humorous touchy subject? How a Political satire can bring social change & how it suddenly converts the mindset of a viewer? How International audience became addict with Political Satire of Pakistan? The answer comes ... Read More »

Baba Mehar Din

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Baba Mehar Din, the one who Spent his life at Wahga Border in Lahore. This is the rule of the nature, when someone comes, he has to go and we just have glimpses of the gone one. Baba Mehar Din, the dedicated Pakistani whom we miss whenever we go to Wahga Border in Lahore, where he spent almost all of ... Read More »

Raj Rishi Dewan Dayaram Gidumal Shahani (1857-1927)

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Founder of Sindh Sabha & D.J. Science College in Karachi Born in Hyderabad Sindh, Dayaram Gidumal was among Sindh’s first graduates. He did his B.A and his Law degree at Bombay University and joined government service in 1887. He was nominated as Judicial Commissioner of Sindh but he refused to become a high court Judge and resigned in 1911. During ... Read More »

Faiz Ahmed Faiz

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Faiz Ahmed Faiz was the great revolutionary Urdu poet of Pakistan. Faiz was born in Sialkot, Punjab on 13 February 1911. He belonged to a family of landowners. Faiz’s father was a successful lawyer who was much interested in literature as well. Many literary figures including Sir Allama Iqbal national poet of Pakistan were the people who were very close ... Read More »

The Hon.Khan Bahadur Hassanally Effendi 1830-1895

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The Founder of Sindh Medarasah Tul Islam , Hon. Khan Bahadur Hssanally Effendi played an important role in enlightening Muslim’s education in Sindh. He had to struggle very hard to educate himself as there were neither english schools nor Law schools in Sindh. When he was young, education was abysmal among Muslims. The son of a religious and spiritual guide, ... Read More »

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