All posts tagged Quaid-e-Azam


Quaid-e-Azam’s Stamps issued by different Countries

  LIST OF COUNTRIES WITH YEARS WHO PUBLISHED STAMPS.  Burkina Faso 1988 – Famous Persons Indonesia 1990– Indonesia Pakistan Economic and Cultural Co-operation Organization (IPECC) Iran 1976 – 12th Anniversary of Regional Co-operation for Development (RCD) 1976 – Birth Centenary [...]

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Muhammad Ali Jinnah

If you change your past and work together in a spirit that everyone of you, no matter to what community he belongs, no matter what relations he had


Statue of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah in York University Toronto

The 1.5-metre-high bronze casting on stone plinth was created by David Mcdougall, a graduate student in York’s Faculty of Fine Arts, who was selected by the PSA on


Jinnah was not secular: NPT

LAHORE – Speaking in the context of Quaid-e-Azam’s famous speech of August 11, 1947, speakers including ex-Federal Shariat Court CJ Mian Mehboob Ahmed and ex-PU VC Dr Rafique

Quaid-e-Azam's Rock Statue

Quaid e Azam Natural Rock Statue Islamabad

The natural rock statue of founder of Pakistan Quaid e Azam is recently discovered by a native in Islamabad. From a specific angle it really looks like Quaid


India & Pakistan Partition BBC Special Presentation

Special documentary of BBC about the story of Indo-Pak


What Dr Hoodhboy got wrong

An opinion piece in The Express Tribune “Run for your life” by Dr Pervez Hoodhboy on March 5, 2012 read: This essay deliberately excludes Hindus, Christians, and Parsis. The reason: these communities were


Jinnah’s Vision for Pakistan

History is defined as “the biography of great men,” by Thomas Carlyle and seldom has this proved truer than in the life of Jinnah. It is said that


Quaid e Azam, M.A.Jinnah was neither secular nor theocratic

Who is a secular? Webster’s Pocket Dictionary defines secular as one who “is not concerned with religion; and not living in a religious community.” Let us see Mr

Quaid-e-Azam and Fatima Jinnah in Dhaka Cantonment with GOC Ayub Khan

Jinnah’s first and last trip to Dhaka

The East Bengal Legislative Assembly was expected to meet for the first time after the creation of Pakistan on March 15, 1948 in Dhaka. On the eve of

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