Independence Day of Pakistan
Independence Day of Pakistan, It commemorates the day when Pakistan achieved independence and was declared a sovereign state following the end of the British Raj in 1947

Under the dynamic leadership of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah, the Muslims of India achieved an independent state Pakistan on 14th August, 1947.

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Communications in Pakistan
Communications in Pakistan, infrastructure includes: Microwave radio relay, coaxial cable, fiber-optic cable, cellular, and satellite networks.

A large, quick and effective network of communications is necessary for the growth of a country. In Pakistan, the PTCL has spread a wide network of phones.

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Popular Pakistani Author: Tehmina Durrani
Tehmina Durrani, Popular Pakistani Author, writer, Tehmina’s book “My Feudal Lord”, “A Mirror to the Blind”, Abdul Sattar Eidhi, “Blasphemy” , “pirs”

Tehmina Durrani was born into a very rich and dominant Afghan family on 18th February, 1953. Her family was also very educated, which resulted in Tehmina’s independent spirit. At the age of 17 she was betrothed to Anees Khan, giving birth to her daughter Tania, but the couple divorced and she married Ghulam Mustafa Khar.

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Popular Urdu Writer: Shafiq-ur-Rehman
Shafiq ur Rehman, Popular Urdu Writer, “Dareecha”, “Insani Tamasha”, “Himaqtain”, “Dajla”, “Maddojazar”, “Pachtawen” and “Mazeed Himaktain”

Shafiq-ur-Rehman is Pakistan’s legendary humorist who gave a new look to Urdu humor and is the inspiration for many of the leading humorists nowadays. He was born on November 9, 1920 in Rohtak. Shafiq-ur-Rehman is responsible for bringing smiles on the faces of many of his readers if not all. It was with his humorous short stories that he earned his fame while serving as a doctor in Pakistani Army.

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Popular Pakistani Author: Pitras Bukhari
Pitras Bhukhari, Popular Pakistani Author, popular for his humorous writing, his fame for his funny literature

Pitras Bukhari, whose full name was Syed Ahmed Shah, was born in 1898 on the 1st of October. Peshawar was his birth place. Pitras Bukhari is popular for his humorous writing; his funny literature is the main reason for his fame. His writings are humorous, amusing and entertaining. Pitras was not only an author but also a teacher and a scholar in true sense of the word. He was not only a humorist but he also worked in the education sector. Other than playing the role of an educator, he wrote several essays which led him to be known as an excellent essayist. He also put his broadcasting skills to use. He was appointed by the Government of Pakistan as the Diplomat for UN.

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