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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 with you in the past, no matter what his colour, caste or […]

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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

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

Illingworth Cartoons on India Daily Mail UK 1942, 1946

A selection of cartoons published in the Daily Mail, UK, in 1942 and during 1946-1947 period, by Leslie Gilbert Illingworth (1902-1979) It is very interesting to see, through the eyes of

A slap didn’t change my love for Jinnah

A small interview of one of the guards among the Military commandos of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. See the reaction of Muhammad Ali Jinnah when he forgave a

Episode 2 of Azzad Pakistan

Azaad Pakistan Episode 2

Azaad Pakistan, Episode 2, Part 1, The Divine Promise, Israelites and Christianity Azaad Pakistan, Episode 2, Part 2, Dajjal/Anti-Christ, The Templar Knights, British Isles and the birth of Freemasons. Azaad

Jinnah’s driver dies, with a wish unfulfilled

Syed Shah Abdul Hye, one-time chauffeur of Mohammed Ali Jinnah, died at the age of 90s in his Karnataka residence Feb, 2005 with a wish unfulfilled. The lungi-clad man

Jinnah at a glance

Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the man who laid the foundations of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, was born on December 25, 1876 at Vazeer Mansion located in Karachi.

Remembering Jinnah in December

In the month of December some pay lip service to Jinnah based on political expediency while others genuinely remember him for his relentless struggle for the achievement of

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