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Jinnah

Mohammed Ali 1876--1948, Indian Muslim statesman. He campaigned for the partition of India into separate Hindu and Muslim states, becoming first governor general of Pakistan (1947--48)
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Singh sees his book as an academic work that addresses the "manufacturing" of history in India that has demonised Jinnah.
To overcome the financial crunch, Mr Jinnah also asked the Nizam of the State of Hyderabad and the United States to not only lend to the infant country but also and invest in it.
Cooperation of Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah was an asset for Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah,he added.
Hajari also said that the British were deliberately stoking Muslim anxieties to justify continuation of the Raj and Jinnah called the spectre of Hindu domination a bogey and hatred of India as the cement that holds Pakistan together.
In 1919 Fatima Jinnah took admission in Doctor Ahmed Dental College Kolkata and also opened a dental clinic to serve the people in Mumbai in 1923, an unusual position for a Muslim girl at that time.
As per schedule, the PTI would hold public gathering at Shahra-e-Pakistan instead of Jinnah Ground on April 20, which is the last day for election campaign.
The two tapes contain Jinnah's June 3, 1947 speech in reaction to the colonial British government's plan for a referendum on whether the North West Frontier Province (now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) should be part of India or Pakistan and August 11, 1947 speech in which Jinnah declared Pakistan as a secular state.
Mr Jinnah was very selfless, there is no question that he was held to be the most incorruptible statesman in Indian history.
The entire country is not only proud that Allah gave us a leader like Quaid-e-Azam, but also pays rich homage to the prudence, creativity, sacrifices and patriotism of Muhammad Ali Jinnah," he said.
The third group is derived from amongst Pakistan's ethno-nationalists who have an intense dislike for what Jinnah stood for.
The last chapter of the book identifies the economic achievements and development projects initiated by Jinnah.
Lal Krishna Advani, chief of India's main opposition Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party, resigned Tuesday in response to party opposition to his remarks on Pakistan's founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah last week.