Muhammad Ali Jinnah

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Noun1.Muhammad Ali Jinnah - Indian statesman who was the founder of Pakistan as a Muslim state (1876-1948)
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The words of Quaid-i-Azam Muhammed Ali Jinnah citing the importance of Kashmir should be included in the policy and it should be implemented, he said, adding that people in Karachi are with their Kashmiri brethren in their struggle for self-determination.
The words of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammed Ali Jinnah citing the importance of Kashmir may be included in the policy.
KARACHI -- Mayor Karachi Wasim Akhtar has said that Quaid-e- Azam Muhammed Ali Jinnah gave the message of hope, courage and self confidence to the nation therefore we need to follow his sayings- faith, unity and discipline.
KARACHI -- Mayor Karachi Wasim Akhtar said on Tuesday that Quaid-i-Azam Muhammed Ali Jinnah gave the message of hope, courage and self-confidence to the nation; therefore, they need to follow his sayings faith, unity and discipline.
Speaking on the occasion the Chief Guest and former Senator, Abdul Haseeb Khan said that a true national leader and ruler should be an intelligent, visionary, man of independent thinking who could be able to make dreams come true like Quaid-i-Azam Muhammed Ali Jinnah and Liaquat Ali Khan; Shaheed Hakim Mohammed Said also matched the standard of a true national leader.
Taking the quote of Quaid-i-Azam Muhammed Ali Jinnah sincerely, "No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men," Pakistan Armed Forces induct women regularly in various branches of the military.
A Bengal from northeast India, Bose was a major figure in the movement to gain independence from the British Empire and establish the Indian democracy, working sometimes with and sometimes against other figures such as Gandhi and Muhammed Ali Jinnah.
on life of Quaid-i-Azam Muhammed Ali Jinnah, mega cultural show, puppet show, children participation, art exhibition, song and speech competitions, and drama etc.
What was envisioned by Muhammed Ali Jinnah for the country -- a peaceful, secular state -- was frittered away by years of crippled political growth and dictatorships, especially during the Zia- ul- Haq regime where the political make up of the country took on a more emotional fervour.
She said Quaid-i-Azam Muhammed Ali Jinnah was successful in achieving apparently an impossible goal of creation of Pakistan due to his integrity, honesty and determination.
Speaking during the launch function of his controversial, yet popular book: "Jinnah: India-Partition-Independence" here, Singh said people of both India and Pakistan should accept the reality and find way to move ahead and end the animosity as envisioned by Muhammed Ali Jinnah.
Mr Iqbal said the ongoing cycle of crises would disgust his father, philosopher and poet Dr Allama Muhammad Iqbal, and Pakistan's founder Muhammed Ali Jinnah.