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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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And the Jinnah Anthology looks at all these aspects,' he said, adding that its first edition came out in 1999 along with the release of Jinnah, the movie, while its second edition was launched in 2009 at the Pakistan High Commission in the United Kingdom and its third edition came in 2014.
Jinnah warmly welcomed Mr and Mrs Gandhi at a garden party organised to welcome them.
Was he astute enough to realise that beyond Jinnah, Liaquat and a handful there were no men of vision, integrity or passion to take the dream of Pakistan forward?
Mohammad Ali Jinnah was deeply affected after his wife's death in 1929 but Miss Fatima Jinnah worked side by side with her brother and gathered the women of sub-continent on one platform which made the struggle for achieving a separate state of Muslims easier.
Imran Khan will realise Mohammad Ali Jinnah's dream of a glorious Pakistan
In Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah seems to have become an outsider and so are his principles.
He added, "He (Jinnah) made a big contribution to the freedom struggle, just because he was a Muslim you are offended and are calling Shatrughan Sinha anti-national."
Muhammad Ejaz Abbasi, Vice President, FPCCI Capital Office said that being Chairman CDA and Chief Commissioner ICT, Amir Ali Ahmed was in a better position to resolve issues of business community and urged that he should focus on better development of all markets in the federal capital including Jinnah Super .
Rafat Farid Senior Vice President and Iftikhar Anwar Sethi Vice President ICCI said that CDA had developed an underground parking in Jinnah Super by spending millions of rupees, but due to lack of facilities, parking was still unutilized.
When the circular informing the event went to Jinnah, he wrote a very strong remark that the Bar should feel ashamed to want to give a dinner to a judge who had obtained knighthood by doing what the Government wanted, and by sending a great patriot to jail with a savage sentence.
According to details, Dr Aroosha Noureen was working at the Gaynea Ward of the Jinnah Hospital Lahore and she found unconscious in her hostel room and was rushed to Jinnah Hospital where doctors pronounced her dead on arrival.
Short in stature like her mother, Ratti, but sharp in tongue like the Quaid, Dina Wadia more often than not displayed the Jinnah in her than Ratti.