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Essay on Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Essay on Quaid-e-Azam (700 Words) “Hail, ye heroes! the heaven-born band!” Who fought and bled for freedom’s cause. Last year on December 25, my father related me a story which changed my perception and outlook of a hero. Previously, I was much impressed by the towering figures of glamour and sports. However, it is not so now. My father told me how Mr. Jinnah fought to win the cause of a nation. My father motivated me to explore more about Mr. Jinnah. Different libraries were my next destination and I discovered a real hero in history. Mr. Jinnah’s great struggle spans over forty years. He started as Jinnah and finally developed into the Quaid. His struggle can be perceived in four different but interlinked dimensions i.e. uniting and leading an oppressed nation, negotiating with the British, countering political tricks of Hindus and leading a new-born state. All these aspects need separate discussion for complete understanding.[the_ad id=”17141″] Firstly, the Muslims of the sub-contin

Short Paragraph on A Railway Accident

Outline: Travelling at night. There was a sudden collision. Effects of the collision. Measures of relief. How I felt after the accident. It was on one night of October last that I was traveling from Karachi to Peshawar in the Khyber Mail. The train was almost packed to suffocation. It was the dark half of the month. In my compartment we were about fifty souls including a marriage party with a young man nicely dressed, who I suppose, was the bridegroom. Some of us were playing cards, while some were singing songs. Suddenly the stars disappeared behind the thick dark clouds. I saw the white lightning flashing across the sky like a whip of some angry god. The clouds rumbled in the sky. All of a sudden we were surprised to hear the shrilling whistle of the engine, which went on for a few seconds. Passengers were started and they looked out from the windows but nothing except darkness was visible. The engine seemed to apply the brakes. But at that very moment it dashed against some massive

Short Paragraph on Social Service and Students

Social work or social service means service performed in a spirit of selflessness. It is done without any regard for reward, return or compensation. It also conveys the sense of selfless 1 service to humanity at large. It calls for being kind and sympathetic in the true sense of the word. Social Service, therefore, is based on the love for humanity. It develops a spirit of brotherhood between man and man. It makes human beings more humane. Some people think that social service lies in simply removing dirt from the streets, cleaning drains and digging trenches. These activities are a part of social service but the sphere of social service is not limited only to these activities. The spiritual, intellectual, physical and financial sides of our life are also included in it. Social Service, in fact, embraces a vast range of activities. Students form of one of the richest assets of our nation. They are young and enthusiastic. They are ready to work if they get the correct leadership and the

Essay on Indiscipline Among Students

Indiscipline Among Students Essay – 800 Words The indiscipline among the students is on the increase. This is, in fact, come out by daily happenings in schools and colleges. The newspapers are full of reports of unrest and indiscipline among students. It has become one of the serious problems being faced by the country. Students go on strikes, they resort to copying and cheating in the examination, insult their teachers and principals. They tear away pages from the library books or pictures from the magazines, write dirty things on walls etc. and indulge in many other kinds of mischief. They clash with the police, throw stones and brickbats and practice violence at them at any pretext. This widespread unrest and indiscipline among the students reflect the prevailing indiscipline, lawlessness, and frustration in the society. The students alone are not to be blamed. There is too much political interference in educational institutions. The students are misled and misused by various politi

Paragraph on What I Think About Examinations

In the course of his school or college career a student has to go through a prescribed course of studies. These studies range over a variety of subjects. The subjects, again, are such as are calculated to impart to the student a working knowledge of most things that are of everyday importance in this world. The higher course of studies as imparted by college provides for specialisation in more that a test of the student’s knowledge in the various subjects. There are various methods in which examinations are conducted. The method is regulated by the intellectual development of students and by the subjects. In general, there are three broad principles according to which Examinations are held. These result in the three classes of examinations, oral or viva voce, written and practical. Oral examinations are, confined to tender boys, who are just beginners and whose intellectual capacity and ability are not so far advanced as to justify a written examination. In certain exceptional cases ad

Essay on My Favorite Poet (650 Words)

I am a great admirer of Iqbal. He was not only a great poet but also a great philosopher. He is commonly known as the greatest philosopher-poet of Asia. As a matter of fact, he deserves this title. Iqbal was born at Sialkot at the end of the 19th century and received his early education in his native town. After passing his Intermediate examination from Murray College, Sialkot, he came to join the Government College, at Lahore. He took his M.A. in Philosophy with distinction and joined the Government College staff. Soon he went to England where he studied the law. When he came back, he settled down in Lahore as a practicing lawyer. But he never felt keenly eager for this profession as he had a higher calling before him. [the_ad id=”17141″]At this time his first book, ‘Bang-i-Dara’ appeared. It contained some poems of his early youth. These poems were quite different in the matter and tone from the poems that were popular in his days. There were also many poems in this collection which

Letter to your friend asking him/her to lend you camera

Examination Hall, A.B.C. (City) May 15, 2018. Dear Sufia, I am all right here and I hope the same for you. Life has become very busy yet exciting. Our college is taking us to Northern areas and everybody is thrilled in preparing for it. The visit is intended to be of one week. It was my dream to go to those places and enjoy the natural scene. I remember that you brought your Nikon camera in your last visit and it produced excellent results. Would you please lend it to me for a week? I have a camera phone but it is no substitute for a real camera. I want my trip to be a memorable one and your camera can be of great help. Since living in the hostel, buying a Nikon camera would be a mere luxury, quite out of my league. If you can lend it, give it to your neighbour Saadia because she is coming to meet me next week. I promise I shall return it as soon as we are back. I will be really grateful for this generous favor. Pay my regards to uncle and auntie and love to kids. Yours truly, X.Y.Z. [