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Friday, April 27, 2012

Health is Wealth (Summary)

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One day Kashif went for shopping with his mother. As he was fond of sweets, so he asked mother to purchase some from a shop. But his mother refused to buy sweets from that shop because flies were sitting on sweets. After it Kashif asked her to buy sweets from another shop which see-med to be clean. Mother refused on the grounds that she had seen a man sweeping the road along the shop. On asking mother explained that flies and dust carried germs and germs were injurious to health.
Kashif wented to know more about germs. His mother told him that when flies walk on dirty things, the germs stick to their legs. The flies carry those germs to our food. When we eat food, the germs get into our bodies and make us ill. So we should never eat such sweets and food which are non properly covered. She further told Kashif that a great number of diseases are caused by germs. For instant typhoid is caused by flies, Malaria is caused by a kind of mosquito bite. So we should make our surroundings clean and use kerosene oil and D.D.T powder. By doing so we can get rid of diseases. In this way we can preserve our health because health is wealth.

What the Quaid-eAzam Said (Summary)


Muhammad Ali Jinnah whom out of love people called Quaid-e-Azam was born on 25th December 1876. He passed his matriculation examination at the age of sixteen. Then he went for higher studies to England. He received degree of law from London. On return he started practice of law at Karachi and then at Bombay. He took active part in politics. He first joined Indian National Congress and then All India Muslim League. It was through his efforts that Muslims of Sub-continent got independence on 14th August 1947. He become first Governor General of newly created country.
Quaid-e-Azam after creation of Pakistan made several speeches, which are to guide us. In his eye all Pakistanis were equal without any distinction of colour, cast, creed and religion. He said Pakistan can be developed if the people served it devotedly. He laid emphasis on acquiring education and said if we do not educate our selves well, we will be left behind by the world community. In another speech he said we should take education in wide prospect. It is for mobilizing our people and building up character of our future generations.

The Role of Women in the Pakistan Movement (Summary)


The Muslim women played great role in the struggle for Pakistan. The great leaders from all over Sub-continent were in the fore front in fight for Pakistan and our women stood side by side with them. They went from house to house to raise funds for Pakistan Movement, they encouraged their men to make every sacrifice for attainment of Pakistan. They organized meetings and processions to attract the attention of world of their great cause.
Mother of Moulana Shoukat Ali and Moulana Muhammad Ali, Bi Aman proved guidance and encouragement for both brothers. Lady Muhamad Ali addressed large gatherings of Muslims dressed in burqah. Miss Fatima Jinnah made untiring efforts in looking after Quaid-e-Azam. Begum Ra’ana Liaquat Ali Khan worked at secretary to her husband to save the salary. Lady Nusrat Haroon, Lady Sughra Hidayatullah, Begum Khair-unnisa Shaban, Miss Fakhr-unnisa Wali Muhammad Effendi, Begum Jahan Ara Shahnawaz, Begum Salma Tassaduq Hussain, Getti Ara Bashir Ahmed and counless other ladies worked in different ways for achievement of Pakistan. Their efforts for establishment of Pakistan can not be for gotten.

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