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Qeesa Zama da Adabi jund by Ajmal Khatak

Ajmal Khattak Born in Akora Khattak on 15 September 1925, as a child he was greatly influenced byBacha Khan. By the time he turned 17, he was already an active member of theQuit India Movement. He was a student then at the Government High School, Peshawar, but he left to contribute more to the movement. It was the beginning of a political career that stretched over five decades during which his literary pursuits and education took several painful turns. However, he did return to his studies completing a masters inPersianfromPeshawar University. AtIslamia College, Peshawar, he was among the pioneers who put Pushto literature on the 'modern' track. Linking it to European literature, particularly English, he was able to give it new direction and was acclaimed as a progressive poet In the 1993 general elections, Ajmal Khattak lost his re-election bid in Nowshera to the PPP candidate Major General Naseerullah Babar. As a leading critic of the PPP, it was important for the ANP – IJI …

Ghazi Ilm Deen Shaheed by Zafar Iqbal

Ilm-ud-din(4 December 1908 – 31 October 1929) was a Muslim who murdered a book publisher named Mahashe Rajpal for publishing the bookRangila Rasul, that supposedly offendedreligiousvalues of Muslims. For this his name is often mentioned in Muslim sources with the honorificsGhazi andShaheed. Here is a complete life story of Ghazi Ilm Deen Shaheed by Zafar Iqbal Nagina for free downloading or online reading.
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Nemgarey Arman by Ahad Amin Khaki

Pashtun culture is based onBani IsraelGodandPashtunwali, which is an ancient way of life, as well as speaking of thePashto languageand wearing Pashtun dress. The culture of thePashtun peopleis highlighted since at least the time ofHerodotus(484-425 BC) orAlexander the Great, when he explored theAfghanistan andPakistanregion in 330 BC. The Pashtun culture has little outside influence and, over the ages, has retained a great degree of purity. Afghanistan and K.P.K was noted for its poetic language even before theIslamic conquest of Afghanistan. ThePata KhazanacontainsPashto poetry written as far back as the 8th Century. Some notable poets from the region of Afghanistan-Pakistan includeAmir Kror Suri,Khushal Khan Khattak,Rahman Baba,Nazo Tokhi,Ahmad Shah Durrani,Timur Shah Durrani,Shuja Shah Durrani,Ghulam Muhammad Tarzi,Khan Abdul Ghani Khan, and many others. Pashtun men usually gather at special events and listen to Pashto poetry. There are TV programs which broadcast such events to the…

Pakhwaney Qissay by Gul Umar Umar Afridi

The vast majority of Pashtuns are found in the traditionalPashtun homeland, located in an area south of theAmu DaryainAfghanistanand west of theIndus RiverinPakistan, which includesKhyber-Pakhtunkhwa,Federally Administered Tribal Areas(FATA) and part ofBalochistan. Additional Pashtun communities are located in western and northern Afghanistan, theGilgit–Baltistanand Kashmirregions and northwesternPunjab provinceof Pakistan. There are also sizeableMuslim communitiesin India, which are of largely Pashtun ancestry. Throughout the Indian subcontinent, they are often referred to asPathans.SmallerPashtun communitiesare found in the countries of the Middle East, such as in theKhorasan ProvinceofIran, theArabian Peninsula, Europe, and the Americas, particularly in North America. Importantmetropolitan centresofPashtun cultureinclude Peshawar, Quetta,Kandahar,Jalalabad, Kunduz, andLashkar Gah. There are a number of smaller Pashtun-dominated towns such as Swat, Khost, Mardan, Asadabad, Gard─ôz, Fa…

Learn MS Office 2010 by Zahid Sharjeel

A complete illustrated guide for those who want to learn complete ms office in urdu. step by step learning tutorials explained in friendly we know the importance of ms office in every office, shop or general use.
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New features also include a built-in screen capture tool, a background removal tool, new SmartArt templates and author permissions. The 2007 "Office Button" was replaced with a menu button that leads to a full-window file menu, known as Backstage View, giving easy access to task-centered functions such as printing and sharing. A notableaccessibilityregression from 2007 is that the menu button scores worse with theFitts's lawaccessibility calculation than previous versions. A modifiedRibboninterface is present in all Office applications, including OfficeOutlook,Visio,OneNote,Project, andPublisher. Office applications also have functionaljump listsinWindows 7, which would allow easy access to recent items and tasks rele…