Jinnah

NOUN
  1. Indian statesman who was the founder of Pakistan as a Muslim state (1876-1948)
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  • The BJP reinducted Jaswant Singh into its fold 10 months after he was expelled for contentious lines on Mohammad Ali Jinnah that the leader had written in his book, and by which he stood today too. The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage
  • When he called for the establishment of Pakistan, Mohammad Ali Jinnah advanced the two-nation theory.
  • Jinnah realized that the Muslim Union must take measures to unite the Muslim organizations under its leadership and contend against the National Congress Party.
  • Jinnah realized that the Muslim Union must take measures to unite the Muslim organizations under its leadership and contend against the National Congress Party.
  • At some point it was officially renamed Jinnah Road, but the old name persists.
  • Yet the irreligious Jinnah wanted two religious states, while the religious Gandhi would countenance only a united secular state.
  • Speaking at a ceremony for the launching of the second edition of the Jinnah Anthology in Karachi, Air Marshal (retd) Asghar Khan said: “India has not been hostile towards Pakistan unless provoked or until we created such conditions, as we did in 1971 in East Pakistan, for India to interfere militarily”. OpEdNews - Diary: OEN Is Really Changing The World
  • Beijing Jinnah paint factory in the north of Miyun county near the small railway station Tangzhuang!
  • But at the Jinnah in Micklegate this week I was flummoxed.
  • Jinnah was now free to cancel his acceptance of the scheme.
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