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A Jihad for Love (preceded by a short film called In the Name of Allah) is a 2008 documentary film and was the world’s first film on Islam and homosexuality.
A Message of Peace (Urdu:Paigham-e-Sulh) is the last book written by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the founder of the Ahmadiyya movement in Islam.
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A-Plus Entertainment is a Pakistani entertainment TV channel.
Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi (Urdu: امیر عبداللہ خان نیازی; b. 1915–1 February 2004),, popularly known as A.A.K. Niazi or General Niazi was a former lieutenant-general in the Pakistan Army and the last Governor of East Pakistan, known for commanding the Eastern Command of Pakistani military in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) during the Eastern and the Western Fronts of the Indo-Pakistani war until the unilateral surrendering on the 16 December 1971 to Lieutenant General Jagjit Singh Aurora General Officer Commanding-in-Chief (GOC-in-C) of the Eastern Command and the Bengali Liberation Forces.
Abdul Aziz "A.
Abul Kasem Fazlul Huq (26 October 1873—27 April 1962); was a Bengali lawyer, legislator and statesman in the 20th century.
A1 Grand Prix (A1GP) was a 'single make' open wheel auto racing series that ran from 2005 until 2009.
Aab-e hayat (Urdu: آبِ حیات, lit. water of life) is a commentary (or tazkira) on Urdu poetry written by Muhammad Husain Azad in 1880.
Aafia Siddiqui (عافیہ صدیقی; born 2 March 1972) is an MIT-trained Pakistani neuroscientist, who in 2010 was convicted of seven counts of attempted murder and assault of US personnel and is serving her 86-year sentence at the Federal Medical Center, Carswell in Fort Worth, Texas.
Aag (Fire) is a 1948 Bollywood film which is produced, directed by and stars Raj Kapoor.
Aag (Hindi: आग, Urdu: آگ, translation: fire) is a 1994 Bollywood action drama film directed by K. Ravi Shankar.
Aagaah: The Warning is a Hindi drama Horror film directed by Karan Razdan and produced by Ram Kudale.
Aaj Entertainment is a Pakistani entertainment channel owned by Recorder Television Network (RTN).
Aaj Kamran Khan Kay Sath (previously Kamran Khan Show) was a Pakistani television current affairs talk show that aired every weekday on Geo News.
Aaj News is a 24-hour Pakistani news television channel.
Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Sath (previously Aaj Kamran Khan Kay Sath) is a Pakistani television evening current affairs talk show broadcasting on Geo News every Monday to Friday.
Aakhri Station is a Pakistani mini drama series presented by Kashf Foundation and Khoosat Films.
Aalami Samay (اعلامی سمے) is an Urdu 24/7 news television channel, owned by Sahara India Pariwar.
Aalapur is a village of Allapur, Uttar Pradesh.
Aam Aadmi (Hindi: आम आदमी, Urdu) — literal translation: "common man" (ām meaning common + ādmī meaning man) — is a Hindustani colloquial expression and the equivalent of "the Average Joe." The Indian National Congress based its 2004 election campaign on the aam aadmi theme.
Syed Aamer Ali (Urdu:; born 24 November 1978), also as Amir Ali, is an Omani international cricketer who made his debut for the Omani national side in 2007.
Aamer Hussein (born 8 April 1955, Karachi) Aamer Hussein official website.
Aaminah Haq (آمنہ حق), also variously spelled as Aamina Haq and Amna Haq) is a Pakistani model and actress. Haq has modelled for magazines including She, Libas, Visage, Women's Own, Fashion Collection and Newsline. She also hosted three seasons of Lux Style ki Duniya, and hosted a chat show for Aag TV, called the Aaminah Haq Show. Haq has acted in a number of Urdu TV dramas such as Chaandni Raatain and Ghulam Gardish. She also appeared in the TV drama Mehndi: The Color of Emotions.
Aamir Farooque Urdu: عامر فاروق (born 5 November 1968) is a former Pakistani born English cricketer.
Aan (Hindi: आन, Urdu: آن, translation: Pride), released as The Savage Princess in the United Kingdom and United States, is a 1952 Indian Bollywood film, produced and directed by Mehboob Khan.
Aankh ka Nasha or Ankh ka Nasha (The Witchery of the Eyes) is an Urdu play by Agha Hashar Kashmiri.
Aankhen means eyes in Hindi and Urdu.
Aannapur is a Village of Allapur, Uttar Pradesh.Mundera is Tehsil of Alapur and belongs to Faizabad division.Prithvipur of headquarters is Akbarpur and here from 35 km away.It is Postal Code 224181.
Aansoo (English: Tears) was a popular 2000 Pakistani drama which was shown on the Pakistan Television network in 2000.
Aao Laut Chalein was a 2017 Pakistani drama serial directed by Shahood Alvi, produced by Babar Javed and written by Abu Rashid.
Aap Kay Liye (آپ کے لءے) is a ARY Digital drama serial first aired 16 August 2016 Starring Faryal Mehmood, Arij Fatyma, and Faisal Qureshi.
Aap Ki Khatir (Hindi: आप की ख़ातिर, Urdu:, آپ کی خاطر, For Your Sake) is an Indian Hindi romantic comedy film directed by Dharmesh Darshan, starring Akshaye Khanna and Priyanka Chopra in lead roles.
Aapas ki Baat Najam Sethi Kay Sath (in Urdu:اپس کی بات نجم سیٹھی کے ساتھ) is an airing show on Geo News which airs from Monday to Wednesday at 11:00pm–12:00am.
Aaqib Javed (Urdu: عاقِب جاوید) (born 5 August 1972) is a former Pakistani cricketer and coach.
Aar-Paar (English: This or That) is a 1954 Indian noir-comedy Hindi-language film.
Aaroh (Urdu: آروح, literal English translation: "the ascending scale in eastern classical music") is an alternative rock band from Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, formed in 1998.
Aashna (آشنا) is a Pakistani television drama serial aired on Play Entertainment TV.
Aashti (آشتى.) is a TV serial from Mehroz Karim Films that was aired on Hum TV.
Aasmanon Pay Likha (آسمانوں پہ لکھا) (meaning Written on skies) is a TV show that airs on Geo Entertainment television.
"Aayat" (English: "Verses from Quran") is an Indian film song from the soundtrack of the music album of Bajirao Mastani.
"Aïcha" (عائشة; عايشة) is the name of a song written by the French singer songwriter Jean-Jacques Goldman.
Aşk-ı Memnu (Forbidden Love) is a Turkish romantic drama television series originally broadcast on Kanal D between 2008 and 2010.
Ababeel (Urdu:; lit. Swallow) is a surface-to-surface medium-range ballistic missile developed by Pakistan, with a claimed maximum range of.
Abb Takk is an Urdu private Pakistani news channel based in Karachi, owned and operated by Apna TV Group, Launched on 19 April 2013.
Abbas Hasan is a United Kingdom based Canadian-French pop music artist and actor of South Asian heritage who has been named "the next big thing" in the Asian music and film scene by MTV India and HELLO! Magazine, and has recently won the Artist of the Year 2014 Award at Anokhi Media Awards in Canada.
Abbas Husain is a Pakistani scholar who has directed the Teachers' Development Centre since 1997.
Air Chief Marshal Mohammad Abbas Khattak (Urdu: عاس خٹک; b. 16 July 1943), is a four-star rank air force general in the Pakistan Air Force who briefly tenured as the Chief of Air Staff (CAS) from 8 November 1994 until 7 November 1997.
Abbottabad (Urdu, ایبٹ آباد) is the capital city of Abbottabad District in the Hazara region of eastern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.
"Abbottabad" is a poem by Major James Abbott (1807–1896) who wrote the work about his experience of living in the area before leaving it.
Abbottabad District (ایبٹ آباد) is located in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.
Abbottabad Jamia Public School (or AJPC) is located at College Road, Karimpura, Abbottabad city in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa of Pakistan.
Abd-al-Hussain Borunsi (عبدالحسین برونسی), was born in 1942 in a village in Torbat-e Heydarieh County, Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran.
The Abdal are Muslim community found in North India.
Abdaal Bela (born 14 December 1956) is an Urdu-language fiction writer from Pakistan.
Abdal-Karim Khan (Urdu;Persian;Arabic:; Russian:Ghabdelkarim) was Khan of Astrakhan from 1490 through 1504.
The Abdali-I (Urdu:ابدالى-ا; official codename: Hatf–II Abdali) is a supersonic and tactical surface-to-surface short-range ballistic missile (SRBM) designed and developed by the Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO), and currently in operational service with the Pakistan Armed Forces.
Abdul Aziz Mirza (Urdu: عبدالعزيز مرزا; b. 1943),, is a Pakistani retired four-star rank admiral, diplomat, and a businessman who served as the Chief of Naval Staff from 1999 until retiring in 2002, amid taking over the command of the Navy after the revolt and resignation Admiral Fasih Bokhari over the appointment of Chairman joint chiefs. After retiring from the Navy, he briefly tenured as the Pakistan Ambassador to Saudi Arabia from 2001–2005 and later becoming the CEO of The Centaurus in Islamabad. During his military service in the Navy, Admiral Mirza is given credit for commissioning the country's first ingeniously and locally built long-range submarine, the Agosta 90B submarine in 1999.
Abdul Bari(Urdu:پروفیسر عبد الباری, Hindi: प्रोफ़ेसर अब्दुल बारी; 1892–1947) was an Indian academic and social reformer.
Maulana Abdul Bari 'Firangi Mahali (مولانا عبدل باری ندوی فرنگی محلی), (b. 1878 – d.1926) is a Firangi Mahal scholar.
Dr. Abdul Ghafoor: (عبد الغفور.; born 5 May 1959) is the Former Minister of Minority Welfare in Nitish Kumar government of Bihar, he is a current member of the Bihar Legislative Assembly representing the Mahishi vidhan sabha for the fourth time (he has been elected in 1995,2000,2010 and in 2015). His political party is Rashtriya Janta Dal (RJD).
Abdul Ghafoor Ahmed (Urdu: عبدالغفور احمد; ‎ 26 June 1927 – 26 December 2012), generally known as Professor Ghafoor Ahmed, was a Pakistani politician who represented Jamaat-e-Islami in National Assembly and Senate of Pakistan in 1970 till 1977.
Abdul Ghani Lone (Urdu) (6 May 1932 – 21 May 2002) was a Kashmiri lawyer, politician and Kashmiri separatist leader.
Abdul Hadi al Iraqi is the nom de guerre of Nashwan Abdulrazaq Abdulbaqi (نشوان عبد الرزاق عبد الباقي), an alleged senior member of al-Qaeda, Rewards for Justice Program, US Department of State, CBS News, 4 April 2006, Multi-National Force - Iraq, 3 July 2006 who is now in US custody at Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba.
Abdul Hakeem (also known as Abdul Hakim), (عبدُالحکِیم), is a city in Kabirwala Tehsil, Khanewal District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.
Abdul Hameed (Urdu: -‎; 1928 – 29 April 2011) was an Urdu fiction writer from Pakistan.
General Abdul Hamid Khan, (Urdu: عبد الحمید خان), was a four star rank army general in the Pakistan Army, serving as the Chief of Staff of the Pakistan Army under President Yahya Khan and led the army during the events in the war with India in 1971.
Abdul Hamid Khan Dasti (Urdu: عبدالحمید خان دستی) was the Chief Minister of Punjab from 21 May 1955 – 14 October 1955 and an MP in the Second Parliament of Pakistan.
Moulana Abdul Hamid Qadri Badayuni (November 11, 1898 – 1970) was a traditional Islamic scholar, Sufi master, poet, and leader.
Maulvi Abdul Haq (مولوی عبد الحق) (20 April 1870 – 16 August 1961) was a scholar and a linguist, whom some call Baba-e-Urdu (بابائے اردو) (Father of Urdu).
Abdul Haseeb Khan (Urdu: عبدل حسیب خان) is a Pakistani Politician and a Member of Senate of Pakistan.
Hafiz Mohammed Abdul Karim, CIE, CVO (1863 – April 1909), known as "the Munshi", was an Indian attendant of Queen Victoria.
Abdul Karim Parekh (1928–2007), popularly known as Maulana, was an Indian social worker and scholar, known for his translation of Quran into Urdu language and his discourses on the Islamic religious text.
Abdul Majeed Khwaja (1885–1962), an Indian lawyer, educationist, social reformer and freedom fighter, was born at Aligarh, a small but historically significant town in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
For other people with the same or similar name, see Abdul Majid Dr.
Maulana Abdul Majid Daryabadi (عبدُالماجِد دریاآبادی), (16 March 1892 – 6 January 1977) was an Indian Muslim writer and exegete of the Qur'an.
Abdul Masih, (1776–1827) was an Indian indigenous missionary, an ordained Anglican and Lutheran minister, as well as a religious author.
Abdul Matin (December 3, 1926 – October 8, 2014) was a language activist of the Bengali Language Movement that took place in the erstwhile East Pakistan (currently Bangladesh) to make Bengali one of the state language of Pakistan.
Abdul Matin was Medical Doctor and Expert of IT in the Afghanistan state.
Abdul Matlib Mazumdar (1890–1980) was an Indian freedom fighter and political leader based in undivided Assam State.
Abdul Nabi Bangash (Urdu: عبدالنبی بنگش b. August, 1954) is a Pakistani politician, businessman and member of the Senate of Pakistan, currently serving as chairperson of the Senate Committee on Federal Education and Professional Training.
Sheikh Sir Abdul Qadir (15 March 1874 – 9 February 1950) was a newspaper and magazine editor and a Muslim community leader in British India.
Abdul Qavi Desnavi (1 November 1930 – 7 July 2011) was an Indian Urdu language writer, critic, bibliographer and linguist.
Abdul Quddoos Khan (Urdu: عبدالقدوس خان) is a Pakistani microbiologist.
Abdul Rahim Ayoubi (born 1982) is a politician in Afghanistan who is the member of Afghan Parliament since 2010 till 2016 and the president of.
Abdur Rahim Dard, known as A. R. Dard (June 19, 1894–December 7, 1955) was an Ahmadi Muslim writer, missionary, and political activist for the Pakistan Movement, who served as the Imam of the historic Fazl Mosque, the premier gathering place for Indian Muslims regardless of denomination in London.
Khanzada Mirza Khan Abdul Rahim Khan-e-Khana (17 December 1556 – 1627) (Urdu), also known as Rahim was a poet who lived during the rule of Mughal emperor Akbar.
Abdul Rahim Muslim Dost (Urdu: عبد الرحیم مسلم دوست) is an Afghan journalist and jeweller, WTOP, March 15, 2006 who was held in extrajudicial detention in the United States Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba.
Abdul Razzaq (Urdu: عبد الرزاق, born 2 December 1979) is a former Pakistani cricketer, who played all formats of the game.
Professor Abdul Shakoor Rashad (عبدالشکور رشاد) was born on November 14, 1921, in Kandahar city, Afghanistan.
Professor Abdul Wassay Haqiqi (born 1945) is an Afghan American economist and author.
Abdulaziz Sachedina is Professor and International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) Chair in Islamic Studies at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
Abdulhusein Meheraly Thariani (3 April 1905, Bombay - 30 December 1972, Karachi) was a member of the first generation of formally trained architects in Pakistan.
Abdullah Hussain (عبداللہ حسین), (14 August 1931 – 4 July 2015) was an Urdu novelist and short story writer from Rawalpindi.
Abdullah Kadwani (Urdu) is a Pakistani actor, producer and director.
Abdullah Muntazir is an expert on Islamic militancy based in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Abdullah Al-Musawi Al-Shirazi (February 25, 1892 – September 29, 1984) was a Grand Ayatollah of Twelver Shi'a Islam.
Abdullah Niazi Qawwal (born 1960) (Urdu: عبداللہ نیازی قوال) is a Pakistani Qawwal.
Sir Abdur Rahim, KCSI (September 1867 – 1952), sometimes spelt Abdul Rahim, was a judge and politician in British India, and a leading member of the Muslim League.
Abdur Rahim (মাওলানা আব্দুর রহিম; 2 March 1918 – 1 October 1987), known as a Mawlana, was a Bangladeshi Islamic scholar and well known politician in South Asia and the first promoter of the Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami.
Abdur Rahman Astrakhani (Urdu;Persian;Arabic:; Russian:Ghabadraxman) was a Khan of Astrakhan from 1534 through 1538.
Abdur Razzak (আব্দুর রাজ্জাক; 23 January 1942 – 21 August 2017) was a Bangladeshi actor and film director.
Abdur Razzaq Malihabadi (1875-1959?) was the autobiographer of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and a journalist.
Abdurauf Fitrat (sometimes spelled Abdulrauf Fitrat or Abdurrauf Fitrat) (Abdurauf Fitrat / Абдурауф Фитрат) (1886 – 4 October 1938) was an author, journalist and politician in Central Asia under Russian and Soviet rule.
Abhinay Banker (અભિનય બેન્કર) (Hindi: अभिनय बेंकर) born on 14 September) is an actor, director, and writer who works in Gujarati cinema and theatre. After several theatre performances in his early career, he received recognition for his performance in Gujarati play Welcome Zindagi (2010), written and directed by Saumya Joshi, which has been performed over 650 times worldwide. He acted in Gujarati film Kevi Rite Jaish (2012)..
Abid Ali Abid (Urdu/Persian: سید عابد علی عابد) was an Urdu and Persian poet and educator who was born on 17 September 1906 in Hamadan, Iran and died in Peshawar, Pakistan on 20 January 1971.
Abid Hasan Safrani, IFS,born Zain-al-Abdin Hasan, was an officer of the Indian National Army and later, after 1947, an Indian diplomat.
Abid Hassan Minto aka Abid Minto (عابد حسن منٹو) (born 3 February 1932) is a constitutional expert and senior lawyer of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, and president of the Awami Workers Party.
Abid Surti or Aabid Surti (आबिद सुरती; આબિદ સુરતી; born 5 May 1935) is a painter, author, cartoonist, journalist, environmentalist, playwright and screenwriter from India.
Abida Parveen (Urdu: عابدہ پروین; born 20 February 1954), is a Sunni Muslim sufi singer, composer and musician.
Princess Suraya Jah, Nawab Gowhar-i-Taj, Abida Sultan Begum Sahiba (28 August 1913 - 11 May 2002) was the eldest daughter of Hamidullah Khan, the last nawab of the Bhopal state. In 1926 she married Nawab Mohammad Sarwar Ali Khan, ruler of Kurwai State. In 1928, she was recognized as the heiress apparent to the Bhopal throne. However, she gave up her right to the throne and migrated to the newly formed Pakistan in 1950. In Pakistan, she joined the foreign service. Therefore, the Government of India excluded her from the succession and her younger sister Sajida succeeded her instead upon her father's death in 1960, although Abida Sultan contested the succession in court. Abida Sultan had arrived in the newly created Pakistan at the age of 37, with a young son. She was to spend the greater part of her life in Pakistan. She died in Karachi in 2002. Her son, Shaharyar Khan, was to become the Foreign Secretary of Pakistan and then the Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board.
Aboobaker Osman Mitha (Urdu:ابو بكر عثمان متها; b.1923–1999), popularize as A.O. Mitha,, was a two-star rank army general who is considered a legend in the Pakistan Army, and a "stay behind" conceptual founder of Special Services Group (SSG).
Abr Ahsani Gunnauri (ابر احسنی گنّوری) was an Urdu ghazal and nazm writer cast in the classical mould of the Daagh School of Urdu poetry, and a much respected literary critic.
Abu Al-Asar Hafeez Jalandhari (ابو الاثر حفیظ جالندھری) (born 14 January 1900 – 21 December 1982) was a Pakistani Urdu-language poet who wrote the lyrics for the National Anthem of Pakistan.
Allama Sayyid Abu al-fadl Burqa‘i (19 June 1908 – 1993) (also spelled as Abul Fazl Borqei or borghei or borghaii) Urdu/Punjabi:(ابوالفضل برقعی قمی) was one of the most famous jurists in Qom who was critical of certain Shiite beliefs, was repeatedly harassed and eventually had to leave Qom.
Abu Bakr Ahmad Haleem (Urdu: ابو بكر احمد حليم; commonly known as A. B. A. Haleem), was an influential and pioneering Pakistani political scientist and the first vice-chancellor of Karachi University in 1951 and served in that position for 6 years.
Abu Dhabi (أبو ظبي) is the capital and the second most populous city of the United Arab Emirates (the most populous being Dubai), and also capital of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the largest of the UAE's seven emirates.
The ABU Radio Song Festival 2012 was the first edition of the biennial ABU Radio Song Festivals, organised by the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU).
The ABU Radio Song Festival 2014 was the second edition of the biennial ABU Radio Song Festivals, organised by the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU).
The ABU Radio Song Festival 2015 was the third edition of the ABU Radio Song Festivals, organised by the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU).
Abu Muhammad Abd al-Jamil bin Abd al-Haqq bin Abd al-Wahid bin Muhammad bin al-Hashim bin Bilal al-Hashimi al-Umari al-Adawi, better known as Abu Turab al-Zahiri, was a renowned Islamic scholar and journalist.
Abu Yahya al-Libi (أبو يحيى الليبي,; c. 1963, Marzaq – June 4, 2012), born Mohamed Hassan Qaid, was a terrorist and leading high-ranking official within al-Qaeda, and an alleged member of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group.
An abugida (from Ge'ez: አቡጊዳ ’abugida), or alphasyllabary, is a segmental writing system in which consonant–vowel sequences are written as a unit: each unit is based on a consonant letter, and vowel notation is secondary.
Syed Abul A'la Maududi Chishti (ابو الاعلی مودودی – alternative spellings of last name Maudoodi, Mawdudi, also known as Abul Ala Maududi; –) was a Muslim philosopher, jurist, journalist and imam.
Abul Hasan Ali Hasani Nadwi (24 November 1914 - 31 December 1999) also spelt Abul Hasan Ali Hasani Nadvi (affectionately 'Ali Miyan') was an Indian, Islamic scholar, and author of over fifty books in various languages.
Maulana Sayyid Abul Kalam Ghulam Muhiyuddin Ahmed bin Khairuddin Al-Hussaini Azad (11 November 1888 – 22 February 1958) was an Indian scholar and the senior Muslim leader of the Indian National Congress during the Indian independence movement.
Abul Kalam Azad, (born 5 March 1947) is a former Bangladeshi politician of the Jamaat-e-Islami, televangelist and convicted war criminal of the Bangladesh liberation war.
Mohammad Abul Kashem (known as Principal Abul Kashem, 28 June 1920 – 11 March 1991) is generally considered as a pioneer and the architect of the historic Language Movement of Bangladesh.
Muhammad Abul Khair Kashfi (Urdu: سید محمد ابو الخیر کشفی) was a Pakistani author, researcher, critic, linguist and scholar of Urdu literature and linguistics.
Abul Lais Siddiqui (Urdu: ابو اللیث صدیقی) (15 June 1916 – 7 September 1994) was an author, researcher, critic, linguist and scholar of Urdu literature and linguistics from Pakistan.
Achabal (locally known as Achhval) is a town in Anantnag district, in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Achabal is a village in Baramulla district, Jammu and Kashmir.
Achatnahalli is a village in the Kolar taluk of the southern state of Karnataka, India and within the Division of Bangalore.
Achhut Kannya (italic) is a 1936 Indian Hindi-Urdu film.
Actor in Law is a 2016 Pakistani socio-comedy film directed by Nabeel Qureshi, co-written and produced by Fizza Ali Meerza.
Ada Jafarey, often spelt Ada Jafri (22 August 1924 – 12 March 2015), was a Pakistani poet who is regarded as the first major Urdu poet who published as a woman and had been called "The First Lady of Urdu Poetry".
Adab (Hindustani: آداب (Nastaleeq), आदाब (Devanagari); Bengali: আদাব), meaning respect and politeness, is a pluralistic hand gesture used by South Asian Muslims, as well as many Hindus, while greeting one another.
"Adalhat", now a rising rural market place, was a small village located in Mirzapur district of Uttar Pradesh state in northern India.
Adam Sahaba railway station (Urdu and آدم صحابہ ریلوے اسٹیشن) is located in Adam Sahaba town, in the Rahim Yar Khan district of Punjab, a province of Pakistan.
Adaptxt is a predictive text application for mobile phones, developed by KeyPoint Technologies, a UK-based software company.
Adarsha Vidyalaya is an English language school located in Sahakar Nagar, Shell Colony, Chembur, Mumbai, India.
Adavad is a village in the Chopada tehsil of Jalgaon district, Maharashtra, India.
Muzaffar Adeeb or simply Adeeb (1934 – May 26, 2006) was a Pakistani film actor.
Adeerus Ghayan is a Pakistani novelist who writes in the English and Urdu languages.
Adhi Gawahi (lit: Half Witness) is a Pakistani romantic television series that was first aired on July 5, 2017, replacing Nazr-e-Bad.
Adhoora Bandhan is a 2017 Pakistani drama serial directed by Shah Hussain, produced by Babar Javed, and written by Huma Hina Nafees, The drama stars Nauman Masood, Faria Shaikh and Erum Akhtar.
Adhoori Aurat or Adhuri Aurat is a Pakistani drama serial aired on Geo TV every Tuesday.
Adhwal is a village located at adyala road near Rawalpindi, in the Punjab, Pakistan, 33° 19' 32" N, 72° 55' 20" E. 1st biggest village in uc 102 Chountra 2nd biggest village of thana Chountra www.facebook.com/adhwal.
Adil Murad (born 1976) is a Pakistani film producer and actor in films, Television serials and tele-films, and son of Pakistani actor Waheed Murad.
The Adil Shahi or Adilshahi, was a Shia Muslim dynasty, founded by Yusuf Adil Shah, that ruled the Sultanate of Bijapur, centred on present-day Bijapur district, Karnataka in India, in the Western area of the Deccan region of Southern India from 1489 to 1686.
Adilabad, a municipality, and the headquarters of Adilabad district, is a city in Adilabad district of the Indian state of Telangana.
Aditi Singh (born June 25, 1998) is an Indian film actress.
Admwahan railway station (Urdu and آدم واہن ریلوے اسٹیشن) is located in Admwahan village, Lodhran district of Punjab province, Pakistan.
Adnan Farooq Ahmed (Urdu:; born 7 June 1984) is a Pakistan international footballer.
Adoni is a city in Kurnool district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
An adpositional phrase, in linguistics, is a syntactic category that includes prepositional phrases, postpositional phrases, and circumpositional phrases.
Adrak Ke Punjey is an Indian satirical play written by Babban Khan.
Adventures of Aladdin (Aladdin and the Magic Lamp) is a 1978 adventure fantasy film produced and directed by Homi Wadia.
Advocate Nasiruddin (1892–1949) was the famous lawyer, political and social leader from Bhopal state.
Aesop's Fables, or the Aesopica, is a collection of fables credited to Aesop, a slave and storyteller believed to have lived in ancient Greece between 620 and 564 BCE.
Aetbaar (Hindi: ऐतबार, Urdu: اعتبار, Trust) is a Bollywood suspense romantic psychological thriller film, released in 2004.
Afghanistan (Pashto/Dari:, Pashto: Afġānistān, Dari: Afġānestān), officially the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, is a landlocked country located within South Asia and Central Asia.
Afghan refugees in India are a community numbering up to 10,000.
Afghans in Pakistan (افغان مهاجرين., Afghan Muhajreen) primarily constitute refugees who have fled wars in Afghanistan, but there are small numbers of Afghan asylum seekers, migrant workers, merchants, businesspeople, exchange students and diplomats..
Afreen/Afrin آفرین is a female name.
The meaning of Afsana is Story.
Afshin (افشین / Afšīn; Afşın or Afşin) is a common Persian, Turkish and Urdu "Afsheen" given name, which is a modern Persian word derived from Avestan.
Aftab Ghulam Nabi Kazi (Urdu: ﺁفتاب غلام نبى كاضى; November 6, 1919 – August 9, 2016), also known as AGN Kazi, was a Pakistani civil servant and a bureaucrat during the Cold War and during the post cold war.
Aftab Gul Khan (Urdu: آفتاب گل خان) (born March 31, 1946, Gujar Khan, Punjab) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in 6 Tests from 1969 to 1971.
Aftab Hasan (Urdu: آفتاب حسن) commonly known as Major Aftab (ميجر آفتاب), was an educationist, linguist, and instrumental in introducing science education in the Pakistani public school system.
Aftab Iqbal is a Pakistani TV host and a journalist.
Aftab Iqbal Shamim (آفتاب اقبال شمیم.) (born 16 February 1936 in Jhelum, Pakistan) is an Urdu language poet.
Afzal Ahmed Syed (افضال احمد سيد) is a contemporary Urdu poet and translator, known for his mastery of both classical and modern Urdu poetic expression.
Afzal Khan (Urdu: افضل خان) better known as John Rambo (Urdu: جان ريمبو) is a Pakistani actor and comedian.
Vice-Admiral Afzal Akram Rahman Khan (Urdu: افضل رحمان خان; born: 1921— 2005; popularly known as Admiral A. R. Khan), HQA, HPk, HJ, was a three-star rank admiral, politician, and the Commander in Chief of Pakistan Navy, serving under President Ayub Khan from 1959 until 1966.
Admiral Muhammad Afzal Tahir, (Urdu:محمد افضل طاهر; b. 4 January 1949);, is a retired four-star rank admiral, writer, and the military historian currently serving in the faculty at the Naval War College of Pakistan Navy.
Aga Syed Mohammad Baqir Kirmani r.a. (Urduآغا سید محمد باقر کرمانی) was a religious cleric who came from Kirman, Iran in Kashmir to spread the message of Islam.
Agahi (Persian for awareness/knowledge) is a weekly published by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Karachi.
Bhool is a 2014 Pakistani soap series that aired on Hum TV.
Agent Vinod (stylized as AGENT VINOD) is a 2012 Indian action spy film directed by Sriram Raghavan, and written by Sriram Raghavan and Arijit Biswas.
Agha Bismil is an Indian Urdu poet.
Agha Hasan Amanat ("آغا هسن "امانت, b. 1815, d. 1858) was an Urdu poet, writer and playwright of the nineteenth century from the Indian city of Lucknow.
Agha Hashar Kashmiri (3 April 1879 – 28 April 1935) was an Urdu poet, playwright and dramatist.
Agha Ali Ibrahim Akram (Urdu: آغا ابراہیم اکرم), (1923-1989) better known as A. I. Akram was a Lieutenant-General in the Pakistan Army and a historian.
Agha Javed Pathan (Urdu) is a political activist from Sindh, Pakistan, who practices as a doctor in Karachi.
Syed Agha Sadiq Hussien Naqvi (25 September 1909– 1977) was a prolific writer and poet, based in Quetta, Pakistan, from 1943 till his death in July 1977.
Agha Zahid (Urdu: آغا زاہد) (born January 7, 1953) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in one test against West Indies in 1975.
Syed Wajid Hussain Rizvi (Urdu:, Hindi: सैय्यद वाजिद हुसैन रिज़वी, (16 October 1908 – 27 March 1998), better known by his Bollywood film name, Aghajani Kashmeri (Urdu:, Hindi: आग़ाजानी कश्मीरी) or Kashmiri (Urdu:, Hindi: कश्मीरी), also Agha Jani and Aga Jani, was an Indian screenwriter, former actor and Urdu poet. He worked in Bollywood films, as a writer for a number of classics, from the first Indian cinematic blockbuster Kismet (1943), to the Palme d'Or nominated Mujhe Jeene Do (1963), to Naya Zamana (1971). He was known for writing his dialogues in literary Urdu, which eventually went out of vogue after Salim-Javed popularized a more colloquial style in the 1970s.
The Agra summit was a historic two-day summit meeting between India and Pakistan which lasted from 14–16 July 2001.
Agra (Urdu, Punjabi) is a town of Sahiwal District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.
Agripada is an area in South Mumbai.
Aharabal also known as "Niagara Falls" of Kashmir is a hill station in the south-western part of Kashmir Valley in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, 75 km south of the state capital Srinagar.
The Ahbans Khanzada are a Muslim community found in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India.
Adhi, also spelt as Ahdi, (Urdu:آھدى) is a village in Union Council Ahdi Punjab, Pakistan.
Ahlebait TV is a Shia Muslim TV channel based in the United Kingdom.
AhlulBayt News Agency abbreviated ABNA is an Iranian online news aggregator based in Qom.
Ahmad Ali Barqi Azmi (born December 25, 1954) is an eminent poet in the Urdu language.
Ahmad Ali Butt (Urdu: احمدعلى بٹ) is a Pakistani rapper, actor and rock music keyboardist.
Ahmad Bakhsh Sindhi (22 October 1917 – 28 April 2000) was an eminent leader of the Indian National Congress from the state of Rajasthan.
Ahmad Bashir (Urdu: احمد بشیر) (March 24, 1923 – December 25, 2004) was a writer, journalist, intellectual and film director from Pakistan.
Ahmed Faraz (born Syed Ahmed Shah (سید احمد شاہ) on 12 January 1931 in Kohat, died 25 August 2008) was a Pakistani Urdu poet.
Ahmad Hasan Dani (Urdu: احمد حسن دانی) FRAS, SI, HI (20 June 1920 – 26 January 2009), was a Pakistani intellectual, archaeologist, historian, and linguist.
Ahmad Hussain (احمد حسین; born 9 November 1981) is an English Nasheed singer-songwriter, executive, producer of Kashmiri-Pakistani descent.
Ahmad Kamal Faridi (Urdu: احمد کمال فریدی) (Inspector Faridi, later Colonel Faridi, also known as Colonel Hardstone) is a fictional spy and crime-fighter, created by Ibn-e-Safi as the lead character of the Urdu spy novel series Jasoosi Dunya (The Spy World).
Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi (احمد ندیم قاسمی) born Ahmad Shah Awan (احمد شاہ اعوان) on 20 November 1916 – died 10 July 2006, was an Urdu and English language Pakistani poet, journalist, literary critic, dramatist and short story author.
Ahmed Nagar Chattha is a small town in Gujranwala District, Punjab, Pakistan.
Mir Sir Ahmad Yar Khan Ahmedzai (1902–1979) was the last Khan of Kalat, a semi-autonomous state within Britain's Indian Empire, serving from 10 September 1933 to 14 October 1955.
Ahmad Rahi (12 November 1923 – 2 September 2002) was a Punjabi poet and writer from Pakistan.
Syed Ahmad Saeed Kazmi (1913 – 4 June 1986, سید احمد سعید کاظمی.) was scholar and Sufi living in Multan.
Ahmad Shah Massoud (Dari Persian: احمد شاه مسعود; September 2, 1953September 9, 2001) was an Afghan political and military leader.
Vice-Admiral Ahmad Tasnim (Urdu:احمد تسنيم; b. 1935),, is a retired three-star rank admiral in the Pakistan Navy who is notable for his command of the ''Hangor'', a submarine, that sank the INS Khukri on 8 December 1971 during the third war with India, off the Diu, Gujarat in India.
Ahmad Wal is a town in the Pakistani province of Balochistan about 20 miles from the Afghan border.
Vice-Admiral Ahmad Zamir (Urdu:احمد ضمير; April 30, 1930– September 9, 1985), was a three-star rank admiral in the Pakistan Navy.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has translated the Quran into over 70 languages of the world.
The Ahmadnagar Sultanate was a late medieval Indian kingdom, located in the northwestern Deccan, between the sultanates of Gujarat and Bijapur.
Ahmadnagar (Ahmad Nagar) (احمد نگر) is a town in the Chiniot District of Punjab province in Pakistan.
Ahmadpur East or Ahmadpur Sharqia (Punjabi, Saraiki, تحصِيل احمدپُور شرقیہ) is one of the five tehsils, or administrative subdivisions, of Bahawalpur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.
Ahmadullah Shah (1787 – 5 June 1858) (Urdu/Arabic: مولوئ احمداللّہ شاھ)(Hindi: अहमदुल्लाह शाह) famous as Maulavi of Faizabad, was leading figures of the Indian Rebellion of 1857.
Ahmed Ali (1 July 1910 in Delhi – 14 January 1994 in Karachi) (احمد علی.) was a Pakistani novelist, poet, critic, translator, diplomat and scholar.
Ahmed Ghulam Ali Chagla (Urdu: احمد غلام علی چھاگلہ) (born 31 May 1902 - died 5 February 1953) was a Pakistani musical composer who famously wrote the music for the national anthem of Pakistan in 1950.
Ahmed Habib Ki Betiyan is a Pakistani drama serial broadcast by Hum TV.
Nawab Sir Ahmed Hussain, Amin Jung Bahadur, KCIE, CSI, LLD (Osmania), MA, BL (Madras) was born in Madras on 11 August 1863 in the family of a leading businessman.
Ahmed Jahanzeb Usmani (born May 28, 1978) is a Pakistani pop singer and composer.
Ahmed bin Küchük (Urdu; Persian; Arabic:احمد خان بن کوچک) was a Khan of the Great Horde between 1465 and 1481.
Ahmed Pura Colony is a locality in Nizamabad, in the Indian state of Telangana.
Ahmed Rashid (Urdu:; born 1948 in Pakistan) is a journalist and best-selling foreign policy author of several books about Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Central Asia.
Ahmed Raza Khan (Arabic: أحمد رضا خان, Persian: احمد رضا خان, احمد رضا خان., अहमद रज़ा खान), commonly known as Ahmed Raza Khan Barelwi, Ahmed Rida Khan in Arabic, or simply as "Ala-Hazrat" (14 June 1856 CE or 10 Shawwal 1272 AH – 28 October 1921 CE or 25 Safar 1340 AH), was an Islamic scholar, jurist, theologian, ascetic, Sufi, and reformer in British India, and the founder of the Barelvi movement.
Ahmed Rushdi, SI, PP (احمد رشدی; April 24, 1934 – April 11, 1983) was a versatile Pakistani playback singer and was "an important contributor to the golden age of Pakistani film music.
Ahmed Said Musa Patel (16 January 1937 to 8 September 2009) was the first Imam (Muslim cleric) in New Zealand and served as the principal spiritual and religious advisor to the Islamic community here from 1960 to 1986.
Ahmedabad, also known as Amdavad is the largest city and former capital of the Indian state of Gujarat.
Ahmedabad (Urdu), is a small village in Central Hunza in Pakistan, with a population of approximately 1500.
Ahsan is a male name in Urdu and Persian, coming from the Arabic triconsonantal root Ḥ-S-N, also as the diminutive of Hassan, which means "good" or "The best of All".
Ahsan Mubarak (Urdu: احسن مبارک; SI, DSc), is a Pakistani geophysicist and nuclear seismologist who is renowned for his pioneering research on earthquake sciences, and seismic activities in Pakistan.
General Ahsan Saleem Hayat (Urdu: احسن سلیم حیات; born 10 January 1948), is a retired four-star general who served as the vice chief of army staff of the Pakistan Army from 2004 until his retirement in 2007.
Aijaz Ali (born 20 June 1968) is a Pakistani born American former cricketer.
Aijaz (اعجاز.) Siddiqi (1911–1978) was a Urdu writer and poet.
Aik Aur Love Story (Urdu: ایک اور لو سٹوری English: One More Love Story) is a Pakistani Urdu language film directed by pop singer Sajjad Ali.
Aik Din (Urdu: ایک دن) by Bano Qudsia is an Urdu novel.
Ek Din Geo k Sath is a Geo News television series, featuring interviews of politicians, film stars, musicians and athletes.
Aik Nayee Cinderella English The New Cinderella (her love was not a fairytale)is a 2012 Pakistani drama serial broadcasting on Geo TV every Saturday.
Aik Pal (One Moment) is a Pakistani family drama which aired on Hum TV.
Aik Thi Misal, was a Pakistani television program which was based on a novel of the same name by Rukhsana Nigar.
Aik Thi Rania is a 2017 Pakistani drama serial directed by Abdullah Badini, produced by 7th Sky Entertainment and written by Madiha Shahid.
Aina, (آئینہ) also known as The Mirror, is a 1977 Pakistani film directed by Nazr-ul-Islam.Singers are Mehdi Hassan, Mehnaz, Nayyara Noor and Alamgir.
Aina (آئینہ) is a Pakistani romantic drama film directed by Sarmad Khoosat and produced by Tarang Housefull and A & B Entertainment.
Ainak Wala Jin (عینک والا جن, English: Spectacled Genie) was a 1993 Pakistani children's television series produced and broadcast by PTV from Lahore.
Aisay Nahi Chalay Ga (ایسے نہیں چلےگا) is a Pakistani current affairs and political talk show, hosted by Aamir Liaquat on Bol News.
Aishwarya Rai (born 1 November 1973), also known by her married name Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, is an Indian actress, model and the winner of the Miss World 1994 pageant.
Aitbaar (1985) (Hindi: ऐतबार, Urdu: اعتبار) is a 1985 Hindi film, directed by Mukul Anand and starring Raj Babbar, Dimple Kapadia, Suresh Oberoi, Danny Denzongpa and Sharat Saxena.
Chaudhry Aitzaz Ahsan (چودھری اعتزاز احسن; born 27 September 1945) is a Pakistani politician and lawyer serving as the Pakistan Senator from Punjab, a seat he was first elected to in 1994.
Aiye is an Indian Bollywood social family film.
Ajab Gul (Pashto: عجب گل) is a Pakistani actor turned film director and producer who has mostly worked in Pashto films.
Ajax (2016 population 119,677) is a town in Durham Region in Southern Ontario, Canada, located in the eastern part of the Greater Toronto Area.
Ajaz Anwar is a distinguished painter of Pakistan.
Ajit (Daily Ajit) is a Punjabi language daily newspaper published in Jalandhar, India.
Subsequent to the resolution passed by Azad Kashmir Legislative Assembly requesting for the establishment of new channel in Azad Jammu Kashmir, Gilgit Baltistan & directive from the President of Pakistan in the year 2002, it was decided to establish a new TV channel in AJK, GB in early 2004.In pursuance finally a portion of Radio Pakistan building was selected by the Chairman PTV/PBC to serve as AJK TV initially started on 5.2.2004 with its inauguration by President of Pakistan.
Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab (محمد اجمل امیر قصاب) ‎; 13 July 1987 – 21 November 2012) was a Pakistani terrorist and a member of the Lashkar-e-Taiba Islamist group, through which he took part in the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks in Maharashtra state of India. Kasab was the only attacker captured alive by police. Kasab was born in Faridkot, Pakistan to a family belonging to the Qassab community. He left his home in 2005, engaging in petty crime and armed robbery with a friend. In late 2007, he and his friend encountered members of Jama'at-ud-Da'wah, the political wing of Lashkar-e-Taiba, distributing pamphlets, and were persuaded to join. On 3 May 2010, Kasab was found guilty of 80 offences, including murder, waging war against India, possessing explosives, and other charges. On 6 May 2010, the same trial court sentenced him to death on four counts and to a life sentence on five counts. Kasab's death sentence was upheld by the Bombay High Court on 21 February 2011. The verdict was upheld by the Supreme Court of India on 29 August 2012. Kasab was hanged on 21 November 2012 at 7:30 am. and buried at Yerwada Jail in Pune.
Ajmal Mian (Urdu) (4 July 1934 – 16 October 2017) was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pakistan from 23 December 1997 to 30 June 1999.
Ajmal Shams (born 1972 in Noorgal district of Kunar province) is an Afghan politician.
Ajmal Sultanpuri is an Indian poet in Urdu language, from Sultanpur.
Ajmera (Urdu, Pashto: اجميره) is a town, and one of twenty union councils in Battagram District in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.
Ajoka Theatre (Urdu:, literal translation of Ajoka: "today/present") is a Pakistani not-for-profit arts organization based in Lahore, Punjab, with focus on producing and performing social theatrical stage productions, founded in 1984.
Akazai is a Pakhtoon (or Pashtoon; Pathan) tribe of northern Pakistan.
Abu'l-Fath Jalal-ud-din Muhammad Akbar (15 October 1542– 27 October 1605), popularly known as Akbar I, was the third Mughal emperor, who reigned from 1556 to 1605.
Akbar Hussain Rizvi, popularly known as Akbar Allahabadi (Urdu: اكبر الہ آبادی) (16 November 1846 - 15 February 1921), was an Indian Urdu poet mainly known for satire in his poetry.
Akbarabadi Masjid, or Akbarabadi Mosque was a mosque in Delhi.
Akbarpur is a community development block in the Nawada district of Bihar, India.
Akbaruddin Owaisi (born 14 June 1970) is a politician based in Hyderabad, Telangana and an MLA of the Telangana Legislative Assembly.
Akela (अकेला / Akelā also called The Lone Wolf or Big Wolf) is a fictional character in Rudyard Kipling's stories, The Jungle Book and The Second Jungle Book.
Akhbar-e-Jahan (or Akhbar-e-Jehan) (اخبارِجہاں), is a weekly Urdu language news and entertainment magazine published in Karachi, Pakistan, owned by Jang Group of Newspapers.
Akhil Bharatiya Kshatriya Mahsabha was founded in 1897 under the leadership of Raja Balwant Singh of Awagarh with Thakur Umarao Singh of Kotla and Raja Uday Pratap Singh of Bhinga.
Akhlaq Mohammad Khan 'Shahryar' (16 June 1936 – 13 February 2012), was an Indian academician, and a doyen of Urdu poetry in India.
Akhlak E Hindi (اخلاق ہندی) is the first Urdu book printed in printing-press in 1803.
Akhnoor is an archeological site and Municipal Committee in Jammu district in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, India.
Akhnoor Fort (अखनूर किला.) is on the right bank of Chenab River (ancient name Asikni).
Akhri Barish (آخري بارش) (Lit: The last rainfall) is a Pakistani drama which aired from 3 April 2011 to 11 December 2011.
Akhtar Abdur Rahman Khan (Urdu: اختر عبد الرحمن‎; 11 June 1924 – 17 August 1988), was a Pakistani General who served as Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee of the Pakistan Armed Forces from 1987–1988 and as Director-General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) from 1979-1987.
Akhtar Ali (Urdu: اختر علی), born 5 July 1939 is an Indian former tennis player.
Akhtar Colony (اختر کالونی.) is one of the multi culture neighbourhoods of Jamshed Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.
Akhter Hameed Khan (اختر حمید خان, pronounced; 15 July 1914 – 9 October 1999) was a Pakistani development practitioner and social scientist.
Dr Akhtar Husain (1912-1992 اختر حسین) also known as Dr Akhtar Husain Raipuri was a British Indian Muhajir Pakistani scholar, journalist and lexicographer.
Lieutenant General Akhtar Hussain Malik (died 22 August 1969) was a distinguished General, a war hero of Pakistan Army in the Indo-Pakistan war of 1965.
Akhtar Jamal (اختر جمال), is the founder and editor-in-chief of Pakistan Press Agency(PPA) and Tele-Visual Infolink.
Akhtar Raza Khan, also known by followers as Huzur TajushShariah (Crown Of Shariah) is an Indian Sunni Muslim scholar and mufti.
Akhtar Raza Saleemi (اختر رضا سلیمی) is a Pakistani Urdu, Hindko and Potohari poet, novelist, writer, critic and editor.
Akhtar Shirani (اختر شِيرانى), (also spelled 'Sheerani', 'Sherani', 'Shirani', 'Shairani'), (4 May 1905 – 9 September 1948) is considered to be one of the leading romantic poets of Urdu language.
Akhter Husain (Urdu), HPk, OBE, (1 March 1902 – 15 July 1983) was an eminent senior statesman and civil servant of Pakistan.
Akingam is a village in South Kashmir and a newly formed tehsil in the Anantnag district, in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir.It is at a distance of 14.2 km or 8.8 miles (approx) from the Lal Chowk in Anantnag along a route passing through the tourist resorts of Achabal and Kokernag.
Akividu is a village in West Godavari district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
Akola is a district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Akora Khattak (اکوړه خټک, Urdu: اکوڑہ خٹک) is a town in Jehangira tehsil of Nowshera District in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.
Mohammad Akram Raza (Urdu: محمد اکرم رضا) (born 1964) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in 9 Tests and 49 ODIs from 1989 to 1995.
Aks (عكس) is a Pakistani drama which aired on Hum TV from 11 April 2011 to 26 May 2011.
Aks is a 2012 Pakistani drama serial which aired on ARY Digital every Wednesday since 29 August 2012.
Aks (Urdu: عکس) is a first Pakistani 3D horror film directed and produced by Asif Pervez.
Aksharit is the first word game for Indian languages developed and marketed by MadRat Games Pvt.
Al Akhbar (روزنامہ الاخبار) is an Urdu daily newspaper in Pakistan.
Al Arabiya (العربية, transliterated: or; meaning "The Arabic One" or "The Arab One") is a Saudi-owned pan-Arab television news channel broadcast in Modern Standard Arabic.
Al Arabiya English is the English language service of the Dubai-based regional Arab newscaster, Al-Arabiya News Channel.
Al Hilal (Judgement of Allah) is a 1935 Urdu/Hindi costume drama film.
Al Itrah Broadcasting Network Television (IBN TV) is an Islamic television and radio broadcaster that transmits IBN TV and Radio Maarifa from Dar es Salaam and Tanga respectively.
Al Jazeera (translit,, literally "The Island", though referring to the Arabian Peninsula in context), also known as JSC (Jazeera Satellite Channel), is a state-funded broadcaster in Doha, Qatar, owned by the Al Jazeera Media Network.
Al Jazeera Urdu (Arabic: الجزيرة أردو, Urdu: الجزیرہ اردو) was a 24-hour news channel announced by Al Jazeera in 2006.
Al Kauthar fi Tafsir Al Quran is a Shi'a Muslim tafsir or an exegesis of the Quran written and compiled by the renowned Shia Scholar Mohsin Ali Najafi.
The Al Mawarid International School, also known as Al Mawarid Al Rae'dah International School or Al Mawarid Leading International School (AMIS), is a rudimentary and peripheral school for the foreign students situated in the heart of the city, Jeddah, found in 2002.
A Nahda National Schools is a private English language school in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates which provides education in both the British and American curriculum.
Al Wesal TV is a Saudi-based Sunni Islamic educational channel television network.
Qasīdat al-Burda (قصيدة البردة, "Poem of the Mantle"), or al-Burda for short, is an ode of praise for the Islamic prophet Muhammad composed by the eminent Sufi mystic Imam al-Busiri of Egypt.
Al-Ghazali (full name Abū Ḥāmid Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad al-Ghazālī أبو حامد محمد بن محمد الغزالي; latinized Algazelus or Algazel, – 19 December 1111) was one of the most prominent and influential philosophers, theologians, jurists, and mysticsLudwig W. Adamec (2009), Historical Dictionary of Islam, p.109.
The Al-Hilal (Urdu: هلال 'The Crescent') was a weekly Urdu language newspaper established by the Indian leader Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and used as a medium for criticism of the British Raj in India.
Al-Ikwah is a monthly Urdu magazine published regularly since 2002.
In Islamic theology, al-Insān al-Kāmil (الإنسان الكامل) also rendered as Insān-i Kāmil (Persian/Urdu: انسان کامل) and İnsan-ı Kâmil (Turkish), is a term used as an honorific title to describe the prophet Muhammad.
Al-Jamiatul Ahlia Darul Ulum Muinul Islam (আল্-জামিয়াতুল আহ্লিয়া দারুল উলূম মুঈনুল ইসলাম (হাটহাজারী মাদ্রাসা)), popularly known as the Hathazari Madrassah or the "Boro Madrassah" ("big school"), is a Kawmi (Qaumi) educational institution in Hathazari, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Al-Khair University or AJK was established in 1994.
Abu ‘Abd ar-Raḥmān al-Khalīl ibn Aḥmad ibn ‘Amr ibn Tammām al-Farāhīdī al-Azdī al-Yaḥmadī (أبو عبدالرحمن الخليل بن أحمد الفراهيدي; 718 – 786 CE), known as Al-Farahidi, or simply Al-Khalīl, famously compiled the first known dictionary of the Arabic language, and one of the first in any language, Kitab al-'Ayn (كتاب العين).
Al-Mawrid is an Islamic research institute in Lahore, Pakistan founded in 1983 and then re-established in 1991.
Abul-Hasan Muhammad ibn Al-Husayn Al-Musawi known in Arabic as al-Sharif al-Radi (الشريف الرضي) and in Persian as Sharif Razi (شريف رضی) or Seyyed Razi (سید رضی) was a Shi'ite Muslim scholar and poet, who was born in 359 AH/970 CE in Baghdad and died in the year 406/1015 in his hometown.
The Al-Zarrar (Urdu: الضرار), is a second generation main battle tank (MBT), currently in the services of the Pakistan Army since 2004.
Aladdin Aur Jadui Chirag (Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp) is a 1952 fantasy adventure film produced and directed by Homi Wadia.
Persian/ Urdu Alal or Allal, in 12th century Persia was believed to be one of the names of the queen of the full moon, princess of hearts, or mother of the sky.
Alam Ara (translation: The Ornament of the World) was a 1931 Indian film directed by Ardeshir Irani.
Alambagh (Hindi: आलमबाग़, Urdu: آلم باغ) is a settlement located in Lucknow near Kanpur road in India.
Alamgir (عالمگِیر), is a Pakistani singer, and is considered one of the pioneers of the Urdu pop music.
Alamgir Hashmi (Urdu: عالمگیر ہاشمی), also known as Aurangzeb Alamgir Hashmi (born November 15, 1951), is an English poet of Pakistani origin.
Alauddin Masood (Urdu: علاء الدین مسعود) is an author, columnist, educationalist and former bureaucrat of Pakistan.
The Alavi Bohras (علوي بھرۃ) are a Taiyebi Musta'alavi Isma'ili Shi'i Muslim community from Gujarat, India.
Alberta is a western province of Canada.
Aldiwan Arabic Language Center, briefly Aldiwan Center, is an Arabic language school based in Cairo, Egypt and established in 1997.
Ale Ahmad Suroor was an Urdu poet, critic and professor from India.
Aleem Khan (born 1956) is an Indian social activist fighting to eradicate Dowry from the Indian subcontinent hailing from Hyderabad in the Indian state of Telangana.
Alexander is a common male given name, and a less common surname.
Alexander III of Macedon (20/21 July 356 BC – 10/11 June 323 BC), commonly known as Alexander the Great (Aléxandros ho Mégas), was a king (basileus) of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon and a member of the Argead dynasty.
Alexander Joseph Patrick Wilson (24 October 1893 – 4 April 1963) was an English writer, spy and MI6 officer.
Alhaj Moulana Peer Ghousavi Shah (Persian/Urdu:الحاج حضرت مولانا غوثوی شاه.) (4 November 1955) is a Muslim Sufi Mystic Teacher, Writer and Columnist said to be famous as a great humanist in south India.
Alhar/Alhad Bikaneri (Late Shri.Alhar Bikaneri) (17 May 1937 – 17 June 2009) was a renowned Hindi and Urdu poet of Hasya Ras(Humor) of India.
Ali (ʿAlī) (15 September 601 – 29 January 661) was the cousin and the son-in-law of Muhammad, the last prophet of Islam.
Ali Abbasi (Urdu) (August 1961 – 30 July 2004) was a Pakistani-born Scottish television presenter, born in Karachi.
Abdolrezaei is a poet, writer and literary with 58 books.
On the death of Mohammed Adil Shah on November 4, 1656, Ali Adil Shah II, a youth of eighteen, succeeded to the throne of Bijapur through the efforts of the Prime Minister Khan Muhammad and the Queen, Badi Sahiba, sister of Qutb Shah of Golkonda.
Ali Aftab Saeed (born 28 August 1985) is a Pakistani musical artist.
Ali Akbar Natiq (born June 15, 1973) is a Urdu poet and short story writer from Pakistan.
Ali Arshad Mir (علی ارشد میر., January 1, 1951 – October 16, 2008) was an epic Punjabi poet and writer, sometimes described as the "Homer of Punjab".
Alibaba is a 1940 Urdu/Hindi fantasy film directed by Mehboob Khan for Sagar Movietone.
Ali Baba Taj (born 1977) is an Urdu, Persian and Hazaragi poet, based in Quetta, Pakistan.
Ali Haider (Urdu:علی حیدر, born 22 September 1967) is a Pakistani singer.
Ali Haider Tabatabai (or Syed Ali Hyder Nazm Tabatabai) born 1854 in Awadh, died 1933 in Hyderabad Deccan, India, was a poet, translator and a scholar of languages.
Ali Hussain Rizvi (Urdu: علی حسین رضوی) (born January 6, 1974, Karachi) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in one Test in 1997.
Ali Imran (علی عمران) is a fictional character in various Urdu language detective novels written by Asrar Ahmed under the pseudonym of Ibn-e-Safi.
Lieutenant-General Ali Muhammad Jan Aurakzai (Urdu language: على محمدجان اوركزى), is a retired three-star rank general officer in the Pakistan Army who served as the Corps Commander of XI Corps and the principle commander of the Western Command.
Syed Ali Jawad Zaidi (10 March 1916 – 6 December 2004) was an Indian Urdu poet, scholar, and author of over 80 books in several languages.
Ali Kazmi (علی کاظمی), (born 31 October 1981) is a Canadian actor of Pakistani descent.
Ali Khan Mahmudabad, (born December 2, 1978), is an Indian historian, political scientist, poet, writer, and assistant professor in the dual fields of history and political science at Ashoka University.
Ali Ki Ammi is a 2015 Pakistani drama serial directed by Wajahat Hussain, produced by A&B Entertainment and written by Ali Moeen.
Ali Kuli Khan Khattak (Urdu: على قلى خان; HI(M), is a retired Pakistani three-star rank general officer and former field commander of X Corps. Prior to this field assignment, he was the chief of general staff and also directed the directorate-general of the Military Intelligence (DGMI) during his career. Khattak was also an instructor in the National Defence University (NDU) before being elevated to the senior staff appointments. He has been credited for foresight in predicting the dangers of terrorism and the public appraised reputation when thwarting the conspiracy hatched by infiltrated rogue officers against the government of Prime minister Benazir Bhutto. He opposed the Kargil War and was notably superseded by the former Prime minister Nawaz Sharif after approving the appointment of Khattak's course-mate, General Pervez Musharraf to four-star rank and chief of army staff.
Pir Ali Muhammad Rashdi (پیر علی محمد راشدی),(1905–1987) was a Pakistani politician, scholar, bureaucrat, journalist and well-known writer.
Ali Nagar Pali is a village in the Indian state of Bihar.
Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Naqi Naqvi (born 26 December 1905 – 18 May 1988) (26 Rajab 1323 AH - 1 Shawal 1408 AH), also known as Naqqan Sahib, was a mujtahid from Lucknow, India who graduated from Najaf, Iraq.
Syed Ali Urooj Naqvi (Urdu: سید علی عروج نقوی) (born March 19, 1977, Lahore, Punjab) is a Pakistani cricketer who played five Tests from 1997 to 1998.
Mir Ahmed Ali, Nawab Ali Nawaz Jung Bahadur (In Urdu - میر احمد علی نواب علی نواز جنگ بہادر) (born on 11 July 1877) was chief engineer during the rule of Nizam of Hyderabad.
Ali Saleem (Urdu: علی سلیم), best known by his alter-ego Begum Nawazish Ali, is a Pakistani television host, actor, scriptwriter and impressionist.
Ali Sardar Jafri (29 November 1913 – 1 August 2000) was an Urdu writer from India.
Ali Sethi (Urdu/علی سیٹھی;; born July 2, 1984) is a Pakistani singer and writer.
Aliah University is a state government controlled minority autonomous university in New Town, West Bengal, India.
Alibaba and 40 Thieves (Alibaba Aur Chalis Chor) is a 1954 Hindi/Urdu fantasy action film directed by Homi Wadia.
Alif Allah Aur Insaan (الف اللہ اور انسان; lit: "A" Allah and Human) is a Pakistani spiritual drama series which aired on Hum TV from 25 April 2017 to 13 February 2018.
Alif Laila (अलिफ लैला; اَلف لَیلیٰ) is an Indian television series based on the One Thousand and One Nights, also known as the Arabian Nights. It was produced by Sagar Films (Pvt. Ltd.). It was made in two seasons: the original broadcast in 1993 on DD National (India) and the second season on ARY Digital (Pakistan). The popularity of the show led to it receiving syndicated airing in Bengali on BTV, Gazi Television, and ETV (Bangladesh). The show started re-airing from 2012 on every weekdays on Dhamaal TV and its sister channel Dabangg TV. The plot line of the series starts from the very beginning when Shahrzad starts telling stories to Shahryar and contains both the well-known and the lesser-known stories from the One Thousand and One Nights which are mentioned here. The name Alif Laila is a short form of the original Arabic title of the One Thousand and One Nights - Alif Layla wa-Layla (ألف ليلة وليلة).
Alif Noon (Urdu: الف نون) is a 1965 comedy television series from Pakistan Television written by Kamal Ahmed Rizvi.
The Aligarh Institute Gazette (Urdu) was the first multilingual journal of India, introduced, edited, and published in 1866 by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan which was read widely across the country.
Alike or Aalike is a village in Bantwal taluk of Dakshina Kannada district, Karnataka, India.
Alim-ud-Din (Urdu: علیم الدین‎; 15 December 1930 – 12 July 2012) was a Pakistani cricketer who played 25 Tests for Pakistan between 1954 and 1962.
Alipur is a Shia Muslim-majority town in Karnataka state of India, It is located off highway SH94, 55 km away from Kempegowda International Airport and 70 km from Bangalore.
Alison is an e-learning provider founded in Galway, Ireland in 2007 by serial entrepreneur, Mike Feerick.
Aliya Bukhari is a Pakistani novelist and screenwriter.
Aliyah Saleem (born August 1989), is a British secular education campaigner, writer and market researcher.
Alizai (Urdu:علی زئی) is a Tehsil headquarters, its Markaz is Alizai town, in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan, located near the Durand Line border with Afghanistan.
The All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen or AIMIM (translation: All India Council of the Union of Muslims) is a recognized regional political party based in the Indian state of Telangana, with its head office in the Aghapura Hyderabad Telangana, India, which has its roots in the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen founded in 1927 in the Hyderabad State of British India.
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) is a non-government organisation constituted in 1973 to adopt suitable strategies for the protection and continued applicability of Muslim Personal Law in India, most importantly, the Muslim Personal Law (Shariat) Application Act of 1937, providing for the application of the Islamic Law Code of Shariat to Muslims in India in personal affairs.
The All India Muslim Women's Personal Law Board (AIMWPLB).
All India Radio (AIR), officially known since 1956 as Ākāshvāṇī ("Voice from the Sky") is the national public radio broadcaster of India and a division of Prasar Bharati.
All Pakistan Muslim League or APML.
All Pakistan Newspapers Society (APNS) is an organization of major Pakistani newspapers - their publishers, companies and corporations including Jang Group of Newspapers, Dawn Group of Newspapers and Nawa-i-Waqt Group of Newspapers.
Allah (translit) is the Arabic word for God in Abrahamic religions.
Allah Baksh Sarshar 'Uqaili was a Sufi poet from the Sindh province of Pakistan.
Allah Hoo (Allah hu) is a traditional Sufi chant (Dhikr) consisting of the word for God run together three times, followed by Truth (Haqq): itself repeated three times over.
Prayag, or Allahabad is a large metropolitan city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh and the administrative headquarters of Allahabad District, the most populous district in the state and 13th most populous district in India, and the Allahabad Division.
Allahabad Public Library also known as Thornhill Mayne Memorial is a public library situated at Alfred Park in Allahabad.
Allama Hassan Turabi (Urdu: علامہ حسن ترابی) was a Pakistani and prominent Shia Muslim cleric, chief of the main Shiite political party, Tehrik-e-Jafaria Pakistan.
Allamah (علامه, Urdu and), also spelled Allameh and Allama, is an honorary title carried by scholars of Islamic fiqh, jurisprudence, and philosophy.
Allan Fakir (1932– 4 July 2000) (Sindhi: اَلڻُ فقيرُ, Urdu: الن فقیر), was a Pakistani folk singer.
Allipura is a village in the southern state of Karnataka, India.
Alok Rajwade (born February 7, 1989) is an Indian actor, director, singer and painter.
Alpha Bravo Charlie (Urdu: الفا براوو چارلی) is an action and thriller Pakistani drama, produced by ISPR and directed by Pakistani drama and film director Shoaib Mansoor.
Alqash or Malik Alqash is a fictitious character in the Persian epic The Adventures of Amir Hamza (Hamzanama).
Altaf Fatima (الطاف فاطمہ; born 1927 in Lucknow, British India) is an Urdu novelist, short-story writer, and teacher (specializing in Muhammad Iqbal).
Altaf Hussain Hali (1837–30 September 1914) (–), also known as Maulana Khawaja Hali, was an Urdu poet and a writer.
Alur is a panchayat village in the state of Maharashtra, India.
Alvida (الوداع lit. Goodbye) was a 2015 Pakistani romantic drama serial.
Alycia Dias is a Pakistani playback singer, who is best known for singing the Urdu language serials.
Alys Faiz (Urdu: ایلس فیض) (September 2, 1915 – March 12, 2003) was a Pakistani poet, writer, journalist, human rights activist, social worker and a teacher.
Amal Academy (عمل اکیڈمی۔یا۔عمل مدرسہ/ادارہ) is an education management organization that provides various career development skills to university graduates having either postgraduate or post-secondary education looking for an employment.
Amali Science is a monthly science magazine published in Urdu in Karachi, Pakistan.
Aman Resorts International is a luxury hotel group with 33 destinations in 21 countries.
Qazi Abdul Jaleel (Sindhi: قاضي عبدالجليل) (born 1936 in Rohri), popularly known as Amar Jaleel, is a Sindhi fiction writer and a columnist whose columns appear in various Sindhi, Urdu and English-language dailies of Pakistan.
Amar Rahe Yeh Pyar is a 1961 Hindi/Urdu family drama film directed by Prabhu Dayal.
Amar Singh College,(Urdu) Srinagar, is an academic & professional college in Kashmir.
Ambala district is one of the 22 districts of Haryana state in the country of India with Ambala town serving as the administrative headquarters of the district.
Amberpet is one of the oldest suburbs of Hyderabad, India.
Ambhader is a village in Charsadda District, Pakistan.
Amdanga is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Barasat Sadar subdivision of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Ameena Ahmad Ahuja is an Indian painter, calligrapher, writer and linguist, known for her Urdu poetry-inspired art works.
Ameesha Patel (born Amisha Amit Patel) also simply known as "Ameesha" is an Indian actress and model who predominantly appears in Bollywood films.
Many of the differences between American and British English date back to a time when spelling standards had not yet developed.
American Desi is a 2001 American film with Indian influence, notable for featuring many prominent South Asian American actors.
The American International School System (AISS) is a private coeducational school following an American-based curriculum.
Americans are citizens of the United States of America.
Americans in Pakistan (Urdu: امریکی) form a sizeable expatriate community.
Amin Ahsan Islahi (1904–1997) was an India born, Pakistani Muslim scholar, famous for his Urdu exegeses of Quran, Tadabbur-i-Qur’an—an exegesis that he based on Hamiduddin Farahi's (1863–1930) idea of thematic and structural coherence in the Qur'an.
Amin Kamil (1924–2014) was a major voice in Kashmiri poetry and one of the chief exponents of modern ghazal in the language.
Aminagar Urf Bhurbaral is a census town in Meerut district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.
Amir Chand Bombwal (8 August 1893 – 10 February 1972) was born in Punjab.
Amir Abdul Rehman Cheema (Dec 4, 1977 – May 3, 2006) (Urdu: غازی عامر عبد الرحمن چیمہ رحمت اللہ علیہ) was a 28-year-old Pakistani textile engineering student who entered the offices of the German daily newspaper Die Welt on March 20, 2006 with a large knife and attempted to murder Roger Köppel.
Amir Elahi (Urdu: عامر الہی) (1 September 1908 – 28 December 1980) was one of the fourteen cricketers who have played Test cricket for more than one country.
Rai Amir Habibullah Khan Saadi (Urdu:رائے امیر حبیب الله خان سعدی) (born 1909 – died 1989) was a Manj Rajput ruler of Talwan in Jalandhar District, Punjab, British India and a military officer who became a freedom fighter in British India and a political leader in Pakistan.
Ameer Minai or Amir Meenai (Urdu: امیر مینا ئی) (1829 – 13 October 1900) was a 19th-century Indian poet.
Amir Mir is a Pakistani journalist who is currently the Deputy Editor/Editor Investigations for the English-language Pakistani daily The News International, based in Lahore.
Amir Muqam Khan (Urdu:امير مقام خان; b. 25 July 1963), is a Pakistani politician, national conservative, and mechanical engineer who is currently serving as the Advisor to Prime Minister on federal departments in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa since 29 October 2013.
Amirabad is a village of the Union Council of Sherwan in the Abbottabad District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, province, Pakistan, it is located 24 km north west of the city of Abbottabad and 5 km east of Sherwan.
Amit Behl is an Indian theatre, television and film actor.
Amit Khanna (born 1 March 1951) is an Indian film executive, filmmaker, lyricist, poet, writer and journalist.
Amjad Farooqi (1972 – September 26, 2004) (Urdu: امجد فاروقی), known by the alias Amjad Hussain (Urdu: امجد حسین), was an Islamic militant.
Amjad Hussain (سيد امجد حسين‎; 1878–1961), better known by the pen-name Amjad Hyderabadi (امجد حيدرابادى), was an Urdu and Persian Ruba'i poet from Hyderabad, India.
Amjad Iqbal (Urdu) (born 2 May 1983) is a footballer.
Amjad Islam Amjad, PP, Sitara-e-Imtiaz (Urdu: امجد اسلام امجد) (born 4 August 1944) is an Urdu poet, drama writer and lyricist from Pakistan.
Amlabad is a census town in Chandankiyari (community development block) in Chas subdivision of Bokaro district in the state of Jharkhand, India.
Amr Kashmiri (born 18 November 1992) is a Pakistani actor and musician who appears in Pakistani films.
Amrit Keshav Nayak (14 April 1877 - 18 July 1907) was a Parsi theatre actor-director, lyricist and Gujarati author.
Amrita Pritam (31 August 1919 – 31 October 2005) was an Indian writer and poet, who wrote in Punjabi and Hindi.
Amroha is a city in north-western Uttar Pradesh state in northern India, located north-west of Moradabad, near the Sot River.
The Sadaat Amroha (سادات امروہہ) or Amrohi Syed امروہی سید) are a community of Sayyids, historically settled in the town of Amroha, in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Many members of the community migrated to Pakistan after independence and settled in Karachi, Sindh.
Amsin also known as Amsin Bazar is a pargana and gram panchayat in Goshainganj constituency of Faizabad district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Nasir-ad-Din Faraj (Urdu; Arabic; Persian:; r. 1399–1411 CE) was born in 1386 and succeeded his father Sayf-ad-Din Barquq as the second Sultan of the Burji dynasty of the Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt in July 1399 with the title Al-Nasir.
Ana was a Pakistani TV drama that aired on PTV in early 1984.
Anamika (Hindi: अनामिका, Urdu: انامِکا, translation: the one without a name) is a Bollywood film starring Dino Morea, Minissha Lamba and Koena Mitra in the lead roles.
Anand Narain Mulla (October 1901–12 June 1997) was an Urdu poet of India.
Anand Thakore (born 17 February 1971) is a poet and Hindustani classical vocalist.
Anandaram Dhekial Phukan (আনন্দৰাম ঢেকিয়াল ফুকন; 1819–1859) was one of the pioneers of Assamese literature in the Orunodoi era who joined in the literary revolution initiated by missionaries.
Anantapur (officially:Anantapuramu) is a city in Anantapur district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
Anantnag railway station is a railway station on the Northern railway network.
Islamic anarchism is based on an interpretation of Islam as "submission to God" which either prohibits or is highly critical of the role of human authority.
Anarkali is a 1953 Indian historical drama film, directed by Nandlal Jaswantlal, and written by Nasir Hussain and Hameed Butt, based on the historical legend of the Mughal emperor Jahangir (Salim).
Andaz-e-Sitam was a Pakistani drama television series directed by Ali Hassan, written by Enam Hasan.
Andal (also spelled Ondal) is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Durgapur subdivision of Paschim Bardhaman district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Andaleeb is a Pakistani Urdu colour film starring Waheed Murad, Shabnam, Aliya, Lehri, Mustafa Qureshi, Ibrahim Nafees, Talish, "Baby Jugnu" Durdana and many others.
Andar (आंदर) is a Community development block and a town in Siwan district of Bihar in India.
Ishq (Urdu: عشق, literal English translation: "love") is the sixth studio album and the ninth overall album of the Pakistani sufi rock band, Junoon.
Andhra Mahasabha (Telugu: ఆంధ్ర మహాసభ, IAST: Āndhra mahāsabha) was a people's organisation in the erstwhile Hyderabad state of India.
Andhra Muslims or Telugu Muslims is a name given to the Muslims hailing from Andhra Pradesh, India, collectively part of the larger Dakhini Muslims.
Andhra Pradesh is one of the 29 states of India.
Andhra Pradesh is an official monthly magazine brought by the Department of Information and Public Relations Department of Government of Andhra Pradesh.
Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education is a Board of education in Andhra Pradesh, India.
Andhra University College of Arts and Commerce is one of the constituent colleges of Andhra University established in 1931.
André Guimbretière (1923–2014) was a French Indologist, professor of languages of Inda (Hindi, Urdu) at the Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales of which he was president from 1969 to 1971.
Anees Jung (b. Dominion of Hyderabad 1944) is an Indian author, journalist and columnist for newspapers in India and abroad, whose most known work, Unveiling India (1987) was a chronicle of the lives of women in India, noted especially for the depiction of Muslim women behind the purdah.
Angarpathar is a neighbourhood in Dhanbad in Jharkhand state, India.
"Angel" is a 2016 song and music video written, produced and performed by Pakistani singer-songwriter Taher Shah.
Angel TV is a 24-hour free to air religious HD channel operated by Trinity Television.
Angela is a female given name.
Angelo Scola (born 7 November 1941) is an Italian Cardinal of the Catholic Church, philosopher and theologian.
Angloromani or Anglo-Romani (literally "English Romani"; also known as Angloromany, Rummaness, or Pogadi Chib) is a language combining aspects of English and Romani, which is a language spoken by the Romani people, an ethnic group who trace their origins to the Indian subcontinent.
Anhoni is a Pakistani film directed by Iqbal Akhter starring Waheed Murad, Aaliya and Lehri.
Anis Ahmad (Urdu: انیس احمد; b. 23 March 1944; popularised as Professor Doctor Anis) is a Pakistani social scientist, an educationist, and professor of Islam.
Anita Desai (born 24 June 1937) is an Indian novelist and the Emerita John E. Burchard Professor of Humanities at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Anjaana (English: 'Unknown', Hindi: अन्जाना, Urdu: انجانا) is a 1969 Hindi film produced and directed by Mohan Kumar.
Anjum Rehbar (Hindi:अंजुम रहबर) (Urdu: انجم رہبر) (17 September 1962) is a poet writing in Urdu and Hindi from Bhopal, India.
Anjuman, a Pakistani Urdu colour film, was released on 31 July 1970, starring Waheed Murad, Rani, Deeba, Santosh Kumar, Sabiha Khanam and Lehri.
Anjuman is a Pakistani romantic drama telefilm directed by Yasir Nawaz.
Anjuman (انجُمَن), is a Pakistani film actress.
Anjuman-e-Tarraqui-e-Khowar (Urdu: انجمن ترقی کھوار) is an Khowar language organisation founded by Hissam ul Mulk in 1965 for the promotion of Khowar language spoken in Chitral district of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.
Anjuman Taraqqī-yi-Urdū (انجُمن ترقئ اُردو) is an organization working for the promotion and dissemination of Urdu language, literature and culture in Pakistan and India.
Anjuman-i-Himayat-i-Islam ("The Association for the Service of Islam") was founded in Lahore on 24 September 1884 in a mosque known as Masjid Bakan inside Mochi Gate, Lahore, by Khalifa Hameed-ud-Din.
Ankahi was an Urdu drama serial broadcast by Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV) in 1982.
Ankola, is a Town Municipal Council and a taluka in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka state, India).The name of the place is derived from a forest shrub Ankola grown on the coastal hill side and worshiped by the Halakki Vokkaligas as a totem. Ankola is a small town surrounded by temples, schools, paddy fields and mango groves. It is located on the coast of the Arabian sea and has natural beaches. Ankola is famous for its native breed of Mango called kari Ishaad as wells as its bountiful cashews.
Anmol Ghadi (English: Precious watch) is a 1946 Indian Urdu/Hindi language film directed by Mehboob Khan, starring Surendra, Suraiya and Noor Jehan.
Anna A. Suvorova (born 11 January 1949, Moscow) is a Russian orientalist and art critic.
Annemarie Schimmel (7 April 1922 – 26 January 2003) was an influential German Orientalist and scholar who wrote extensively on Islam and Sufism.
Junagadh was a princely state of British India, located in what is now Gujarat, outside but under the suzerainty of British India.
Annie Ki Ayegi Baraat is a 2012 Pakistani drama sequence of the Kis Ki Ayegi Baraat on Geo TV.
Anokhi Kahaniyan (انوکھی کہانیاں lit. Amazing stories) is children's Urdu language magazine published from Karachi, Pakistan.
Anop Ravi Santosh Kumar (Urdu: انوپ روی سنتوش کمار) (b.23 June 1991, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan) is a member of the Pakistan U-19 national cricket team.
Anpadh (Hindi: अन्पढ, Urdu: اَنپڑھ, translation: illiterate) is a 1962 Hindi film.
Ansariyan Publications is a private publisher located at Qom,Islamic Republic of Iran.
Antara Mitra (born 10 July 1987) is an Indian singer.
John Anthony Burgess Wilson, (25 February 1917 – 22 November 1993), who published under the name Anthony Burgess, was an English writer and composer.
Anthony Chenevix-Trench (10 May 1919 – 21 June 1979) was a British schoolteacher and classics scholar.
Anti-Bihari sentiment refers to discrimination against the people of the Indian state of Bihar which is a state in the north-eastern Gangetic plains of the country.
The Anti-Hindi imposition agitation of 1937–40 is a series of protests that happened in Madras Presidency of the British Raj during 1937-40.
The Anti-Hindi imposition agitations of Tamil Nadu were a series of agitations that happened in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu (formerly Madras State and part of Madras Presidency) during both pre- and post-Independence periods.
Anti-Hindu sentiment is a negative perception or any sentiment against the practice and practitioners of Hinduism.
Anti-Pashtun sentiment refers to fear, dislike, or hostility towards Pashtun people or anything related to Pashtun culture in general.
An anticausative verb (abbreviated) is an intransitive verb that shows an event affecting its subject, while giving no semantic or syntactic indication of the cause of the event.
Anusha Rizvi (born 13 March 1978) is an Indian film director and Screenwriter.
Anwaar Ahmad (انوار احمد, born 11 June 1947, Multan) is an Urdu short story writer, scholar and academician from Pakistan.
Anwar Hossain (6 December 1931 – 13 September 2013) was a Bangladeshi actor, best known for playing the role of Siraj ud-Daulah in a Bengali film in 1967.
Anwar Hussain Khokhar - (16 July 1920 – 9 October 2002) (Urdu:انور حسین کھوکھر) was a member of Pakistan's first Test team in 1952.
Anwar Khan (Urdu: انور خان) (born December 24, 1955, Karachi, Sindh) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in one Test in 1979.
Anwar Maqsood Hameedi (Urdu) commonly known as Anwar Maqsood (b. 1932) is a Pakistani scriptwriter, television host, satirist, humorist, and infrequent actor.
Anwar Masood (انورمسعود), (born November 8, 1935) is a Pakistani poet known for his comic poetry.
Air Chief Marshal Mohammad Anwar Shamim (Urdu: محمد انور شمیم; October 31, 1931 – January 4, 2013), was a four-star rank air force general who was the Chief of Air Staff of Pakistan Air Force, appointed in this post in 1978 until retiring in 1985.
Anwar Jalal Shemza (Urdu) (14 July 1928 – 18 January 1985) was an artist and writer active in Pakistan and later the United Kingdom.
Tafsir Anwar ul Bayan is a five volume commentary (exegesis) on the Quran that was written by Mufti Muhammad Ashiq Ilahi Muhajir Madani.
Anwarmiya Ajamiya Kaji was a poet from Gujarat, India.
Anwer Zahidi (انور زاہدی.)(born July 9, 1946) is a Pakistani Urdu author of more than twelve books of poetry, short stories, travelogue and translations.
Apertium is a free/open-source rule-based machine translation platform.
Khana Khud Garam Karo also known as Apna Khana Khud Garam Karo (English: Cook the food yourself) is a 2018 Pakistani drama television film produced and directed by Kashif Saleem and writen by Faiza Iftikhar.
Apple Advanced Typography (AAT) is Apple Inc.'s computer software for advanced font rendering, supporting internationalization and complex features for typographers, a successor to Apple's little-used QuickDraw GX font technology of the mid-1990s.
Applications Technology (AppTek) is a U.S. software company specializing in human language technology (automatic speech recognition, machine translation, NLP, machine learning and artificial intelligence), headquartered in McLean, Virginia.
Appunti per un film sull'India is a 1968 short documentary film by Pier Paolo Pasolini where he visits India to do a recces for his proposed film with India as its background about a king who gives up his body to feed a starving tiger.
The following events occurred in April 1927.
Aqib Khan (عاقب خان; born 24 August 1994) is an English actor of Pakistani descent.
Pakistan–Arab relations refer to foreign relations between Pakistan and the various states of the Arab world which constitute the Arab League.
Arabic (العَرَبِيَّة) or (عَرَبِيّ) or) is a Central Semitic language that first emerged in Iron Age northwestern Arabia and is now the lingua franca of the Arab world. It is named after the Arabs, a term initially used to describe peoples living from Mesopotamia in the east to the Anti-Lebanon mountains in the west, in northwestern Arabia, and in the Sinai peninsula. Arabic is classified as a macrolanguage comprising 30 modern varieties, including its standard form, Modern Standard Arabic, which is derived from Classical Arabic. As the modern written language, Modern Standard Arabic is widely taught in schools and universities, and is used to varying degrees in workplaces, government, and the media. The two formal varieties are grouped together as Literary Arabic (fuṣḥā), which is the official language of 26 states and the liturgical language of Islam. Modern Standard Arabic largely follows the grammatical standards of Classical Arabic and uses much of the same vocabulary. However, it has discarded some grammatical constructions and vocabulary that no longer have any counterpart in the spoken varieties, and has adopted certain new constructions and vocabulary from the spoken varieties. Much of the new vocabulary is used to denote concepts that have arisen in the post-classical era, especially in modern times. During the Middle Ages, Literary Arabic was a major vehicle of culture in Europe, especially in science, mathematics and philosophy. As a result, many European languages have also borrowed many words from it. Arabic influence, mainly in vocabulary, is seen in European languages, mainly Spanish and to a lesser extent Portuguese, Valencian and Catalan, owing to both the proximity of Christian European and Muslim Arab civilizations and 800 years of Arabic culture and language in the Iberian Peninsula, referred to in Arabic as al-Andalus. Sicilian has about 500 Arabic words as result of Sicily being progressively conquered by Arabs from North Africa, from the mid 9th to mid 10th centuries. Many of these words relate to agriculture and related activities (Hull and Ruffino). Balkan languages, including Greek and Bulgarian, have also acquired a significant number of Arabic words through contact with Ottoman Turkish. Arabic has influenced many languages around the globe throughout its history. Some of the most influenced languages are Persian, Turkish, Spanish, Urdu, Kashmiri, Kurdish, Bosnian, Kazakh, Bengali, Hindi, Malay, Maldivian, Indonesian, Pashto, Punjabi, Tagalog, Sindhi, and Hausa, and some languages in parts of Africa. Conversely, Arabic has borrowed words from other languages, including Greek and Persian in medieval times, and contemporary European languages such as English and French in modern times. Classical Arabic is the liturgical language of 1.8 billion Muslims and Modern Standard Arabic is one of six official languages of the United Nations. All varieties of Arabic combined are spoken by perhaps as many as 422 million speakers (native and non-native) in the Arab world, making it the fifth most spoken language in the world. Arabic is written with the Arabic alphabet, which is an abjad script and is written from right to left, although the spoken varieties are sometimes written in ASCII Latin from left to right with no standardized orthography.
The Arabic alphabet (الأَبْجَدِيَّة العَرَبِيَّة, or الحُرُوف العَرَبِيَّة) or Arabic abjad is the Arabic script as it is codified for writing Arabic.
(ال), also transliterated as el- as pronounced in varieties of Arabic, is the definite article in the Arabic language: a particle (ḥarf) whose function is to render the noun on which it is prefixed definite.
The frequency of letters in text has often been studied for use in cryptanalysis, and frequency analysis in particular.
The Arabic script is the writing system used for writing Arabic and several other languages of Asia and Africa, such as Azerbaijani, Pashto, Persian, Kurdish, Lurish, Urdu, Mandinka, and others.
A small but recognizable people with Arab origins have over time settled in the India.
Arabs in Pakistan (پاکستان میں عرب) consist of migrants from different countries of the Arab world, especially Egypt, Oman, Iraq, Kuwait, Syria, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Palestine, Jordan and Yemen and have a long history.
ArabTeX is a free software package providing support for the Arabic and Hebrew alphabets to TeX and LaTeX.
The Arain (آرائیں) are a Pakistani tribe who are found mainly in the provinces of Punjab and Sindh.
The Arain of Delhi are an Urdu speaking Muslim community found in Delhi, India.
Araji Line (a.k.a. Arajiline & Arazeeline) is a village in Varanasi district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Arandu (ارندو), also known as Arnawai (ارنوۍ), is a town in the Chitral District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, on the banks of the Landai Sin River just above its confluence with the Kunar River.
Arangi is a small village located in the Zamania tehsil of Ghazipur district, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Araria is a city and a municipality that is the headquarters of Araria district in the state of Bihar, India.
Araveedu is a village on the banks of the Kushavathi river in Kadapa district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.It is located in Galiveedu Mandal.The postal pin code for Araveedu is 516267.The official languages in Araveedu are Hindi, Telugu, Urdu and English.
Arbaaz Khan (born 4 August 1967) is an Indian actor, director and film producer, known for his work in Hindi cinema.
Nawabs of the Carnatic (also referred to as the Nawabs of Arcot) ruled the Carnatic region of South India between about 1690 and 1801.
Khan Bahadur Ardeshir Irani (5 December 1886 – 14 October 1969); popularly known as Ardeshir Irani, was a writer, director, producer, actor, film distributor, film showman and cinematographer in the silent and sound eras of early Indian cinema.
Lieutenant Colonel Ardeshir Burzorji Tarapore, PVC (19August 1923 – 16September 1965), was an officer in the Indian Army and a recipient of the Param Vir Chakra, India's highest award for bravery.
Ardhendu Bhushan Bardhan (Marathi: अर्धेन्दु भूषण वर्धन) (25 September 1924 – 2 January 2016) or A. B. Bardhan, was a freedom fighter, trade union leader and the former general secretary of the Communist Party of India (CPI), one of the oldest political parties in India.
Arif Ali-Shah (Dari/Urdu: عارف علی شاہ, Hindi: आरिफ़ अली शाह) is an award-winning British film writer and screenplay writer.
Arifwala (عارِف والا), (عارفوالا) is a Tehsil of Pakpattan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.
Arihal (Urdu: ﺁريهل) is a village in Pulwama District, of Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Aripanthan (Urdu) is a village and panchayat halqa in Beerwah tehsil of Budgam district in Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir.
Arjumand Ara is an Indian professor of Urdu literature at University of Delhi.
Armaan (Urdu: ارمان) is a Pakistani black-and-white film produced by Waheed Murad and directed by Pervaiz Malik.
Armaan (ارمان) is a 2013 Pakistani romantic drama film directed by Anjum Shahzad.
The association of Armenians with India and the presence of Armenians in India are very old, and there has been a mutual economic and cultural association of Armenians with India for the last several centuries.
The Armenians in Pakistan are ethnic Armenians living in the present country of Pakistan.
Armoor or Armur is a Town in Armoor Mandal of Nizamabad district in the state of Telangana in India.
Arni is a town and a municipality in Tiruvanamalai district in the state of Tamil Nadu, India.
Arnold Lewis Raphel (March 16, 1943 – August 17, 1988) was the 18th United States Ambassador to Pakistan.
The Arrowsmith School is a private school in Toronto, Ontario, for children in Grades 1 to 12 with learning disabilities (also referred to as "specific learning difficulties").
Arsh Malsiani (1908 – 1979) (Urdu:عرش ملسیانی), born Bal Mukand (Urdu: بال مکند), was an eminent Urdu poet and writer.
Arshad Hussain Urdu: ارشںد حسیں (born 13 July 1990, Official Asian Games website Retrieved 20 November 2010. in Karachi Dawn. Retrieved 21 November 2010.) is an amateur Pakistani boxer.
Arshad Khan (ارشد خان) is a Pakistani-Canadian filmmaker.
Arshad Sami Khan (Urdu); (January 8, 1942 – June 22, 2009) was a Pakistani diplomat, bureaucrat and soldier.
Arshad Sauleh (Urdu: ارشر صالح) is a noted and veteran contemporary artist of international repute and a radio broadcaster born in a Muslim family at Srinagar in the summer capital of Kashmir who has remained host/judge of several noted art exhibitions besides he is teaching art at Government College of Education in Srinagar.
Arth – The Destination (or Arth 2) is a 2017 Pakistani romantic drama film, written, directed and co-produced by Shaan Shahid under his banner 5th Element.
Arthur is a common masculine given name.
An article (with the linguistic glossing abbreviation) is a word that is used with a noun (as a standalone word or a prefix or suffix) to specify grammatical definiteness of the noun, and in some languages extending to volume or numerical scope.
The partition of India and the associated bloody riots inspired many creative minds in India and Pakistan to create literary/cinematic depictions of this event.
Arun Bhatnagar (अरुण भटनागर; born 10 June 1944) is a former Indian Administrative Service officer.
ARY Digital Network (ARY ڈیجیٹل شبکه) is a subsidiary of the ARY Group.
The ARY Film Awards (ARY فلم انعام), commonly known as The AFA's, is an annual Pakistani awards ceremony honoring the cinematic achievements of film industry.
ARY Films (اے آر وائی فلمز) is a film distribution & production company in Pakistan, part of ARY Digital Network.
ARY News (ARY خبریں) is a Pakistani news channel launched on 26 September 2004.
The Arya Samaj was the first religious, cultural and educational Fiji Indian organisation established in Fiji.
The Aryan race was a racial grouping used in the period of the late 19th century and mid-20th century to describe people of European and Western Asian heritage.
Arzoo (Hindi: आरज़ू, Urdu: آرزو, translation: wish) is a 1964 Bollywood film directed by Ramanand Sagar.
Sayyed As'ad Madani (27 April 1928 – 6 February 2006) (Urdu: سید اسعد مدنے) was an Indian Deobandi Islamic scholar and a politician.
As-salāmu ʿalaykum (السَّلَامُ عَلَيْكُمْ) is a greeting in Arabic that means "peace be upon you".
Asad Ahmed (born 21 July 1971 in Karachi) is a Pakistani guitarist.
Professor Asad Naqvi (Urdu:أسد نقوی), works at Goldman Sachs.
Asad Shafiq (Urdu:, born 28 January 1986 in Karachi) is a Pakistani international cricketer and the current vice captain of the Pakistan Test cricket team.
Asaduddin Owaisi (born 13 May 1969) is an Indian politician, who is the President of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen.
Vice-Admiral Asaf Humayun (Urdu: ﺁصف ہمایوں; b.1952),, is a retired three-star rank admiral of Pakistan Navy, currently serving as visiting faculty at the Bahria University in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. In 2008, he was notably superseded by Admiral Noman Bashir for the promotion to the four-star admiral in the Navy but was appointed as Vice Chief of Naval Staff which he served until retiring in 2009. After retirement, he joined the faculty of the Bahria University and penned columns on maritime security, Pakistan Today.
Aseer Zadi (English: Daughter of a prisoner) or (Qaidi) is a Pakistani drama serial written by Mustafa Afridi directed by Mohammed Ehteshamuddin and produced by Momina Duraid that was broadcast on Hum TV.
Asghar Qadir (Urdu: اصغر قادر; 23 July 1946), ''HI'', ''SI'', ''FPAS'', is a Pakistani mathematician and a prominent cosmologist, specialised in mathematical physics and physical cosmology.
Kitab Ash-shifa bi Ta'rif Huquq al-Mustafa, (كتاب الشفاء بتعريف حقوق المصطفى, The Book of Healing by the Recognition of the Rights of or News of the Chosen One), of Qadi 'Iyad (d. 544H / 1149CE) is perhaps the most frequently used and commented upon handbook in which Muhammad's life, his qualities and his miracles are described in every detail.
Sabira Begum better known as Asha Posley (آشا پوسلے) (1927 – 25 March 1998) was the first heroine of Pakistani films.
Ashab Uddin Ahmad (also known as Ashabuddin Ahmad, Ashab Uddin Ahmed or Mohammed Ashabuddin Ahmad; আসহাব উদ্দীন আহমদ; April 1914-28 May 1994) was a Bangladeshi writer, educator and politician.
Ashfaq Ahmed (اشفاق احمد; 22 August 1925 – 7 September 2004) was a writer, playwright and broadcaster from Pakistan.
Ashfaq Hussain Zaidi, PP, (born 1 January 1951) is a leading modern Urdu poet and an author of more than 10 books of poetry and literary criticism.
Ashirbadi Lal Srivastava, more commonly known as A.L. Srivastava, born September 16, 1899, in Andhana, Uttar Pradesh, died July 12, 1973, im Distrikt Agra, was an Indian historian specialising in medieval, early modern and modern history of India, author of fifteen monographical works, ten of which are research monographs.
ASHIYANA (English: Beautiful Home) (Urdu: ﺁشيانه) was a popular 1997 Pakistani drama series which was aired on the Pakistan Television network in 1997.
Ashk is a Pakistani drama serial written by Zafar Mairaj.
Ashok Kumar Banker (born 7 February 1964 in Mumbai, India) is an author and screenwriter.
Ashti is a small village on the banks of the Jagbudi River in the region of the Western Ghats (also known as the Sahyadri mountains, in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is located in the Khed taluka of Ratnagiri district, and is from the town of Khed. The population of Ashti is 2000, with around 150 dwellings. Most of the people are engaged in farming and fisheries, but some have also expatriated to countries in the Middle East and Africa to work. The main religion followed is Islam.
Asia's Singing Superstar was a televised Pakistani-Indian singing competition.
Asian Americans are Americans of Asian descent.
Asian Sound Radio is a radio station located in Broadcast House, Southall Street in Manchester.
Asif (also spelled Assif or Assef, اصف) is an Arabic masculine given name (used as well as in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh) meaning "forgiveness".
Asif Aslam Farrukhi ('''آصف اسلم فرخی'''.), is a Pakistani writer and editor who is a physician by training.
Asif Iqbal Razvi (Urdu: آصف اقبال رضوی, born 6 June 1943) is a Pakistani cricketer who captained Pakistan and Kent CCC.
Raja Asif Mahmood (Urdu: راجہ آصف محمود, born 18 December 1975 in Rawalpindi) is a Pakistani cricketer who played two ODIs in 1998.
Mohammad Asif Mujtaba (Urdu: آصف مجتبیٰ, born 4 November 1967 in Karachi, Sindh) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in 25 Tests and 66 ODIs from 1986 to 1997.
Muhammad Asif Sandila, (Urdu: محمد ﺁصف سندیلہ; born: 1954), is a retired 4-star rank admiral who was the 14th Chief of Naval Staff of the Pakistan Navy.
Asifabad is a census town and the district headquarters of Asifabad district in the Indian state of Telangana.
Mohammad Asim Kamal (born 31 May 1976 in Karachi) is a Test cricketer for the national team of Pakistan who scored 99 against South Africa on his Test debut.
Asim Raza (عاصم رضا; born 21 August 1966) is a Pakistani, film and television commercial director and producer.
Lieutenant General Asim Saleem Bajwa (Urdu/عاصم سلیم باجوہ) is a former Director General of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) who is current Commander of Southern Command of Pakistan Army and XII Corps since September 2017.
Asir-e-Hirs is an Urdu play by Agha Hashar Kashmiri.
An askari was a local soldier serving in the armies of the European colonial powers in Africa, particularly in the African Great Lakes, Northeast Africa and Central Africa.
Aslam Farrukhi, PP, (اسلم فرخی) (23 October 1923 – 15 June 2016) was an Urdu author, critic, poet, linguist, scholar and broadcaster from Pakistan.
Asman is the Avestan and Middle Persian name of the Zoroastrian divinity that is the hypostasis of the sky.
Asmoli is a village in Sambhal district of Uttar Pradesh state, India.
The Asr prayer (صلاة العصر, "afternoon prayer") is the afternoon daily prayer recited by practicing Muslims.
Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) is a government-operated national news agency of Pakistan.
Astaghfaar is a TV show which aired on Hero TV in 2012.
Asthawan अस्थावां استھاواں is one of 20 Blocks located in Nalanda district in rural Bihar.
Astore (ضلع استور) is one of the ten districts of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.
Asurbandh is a village in Dumri CD Block in Dumri subdivision of Giridih district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
The at sign, @, is normally read aloud as "at"; it is also commonly called the at symbol or commercial at.
Hazrat Ata Hussain Fani (1816–1893), also known as Ata Hussain Gayavi or Haji Ata Hussain Chishti Monami Abulolai, was a famous Sufi saint of the chisti order in South Asia.
Ata ul Haq Qasmi (عطا الحق قاسمی) is a Pakistani Urdu language newspaper columnist, playwright and poet.
Athar Jhelum Is a village, Union Council, and administrative subdivision of Jhelum District (Urdu جہلم) in the Punjab Province of Pakistan.
Athens International Radio (AIR 104.4 FM) was an Athens radio station aiming at a non-Greek speaking listenership.
Athilpur railway station (Urdu and اتھل پور ریلوے اسٹیشن) is located in Pakistan.
Athmeeya Yathra (Spiritual Journey) is a Christian radio broadcast that began in India in 1985.
Athri (Known as Athari) is a village located in Runni Saidpur block, Sitamarhi district, Bihar, India.
Atish Raj (Urdu: آتش راج; Fiery Reign, also spelled, Aatish Raj), was an industrial and avant-garde Pakistani rock band formed and fronted by Pakistani music journalist and writer, Nadeem F. Paracha.
The Atishbaz are a Muslim community found in the state Uttar Pradesh in India.
Atma Tarang is a 1937 Hindi social drama film directed by Sohrab Modi.
ATN TV18 Urdu is a Canadian exempt Category B Urdu language specialty channel that is owned by Asian Television Network (ATN).
Atta Shad (Balochi, عطا شاد, born 1 November 1939 – 13 February 1997) was a poet, critic, playwright, researcher and intellectual.
Atta Yaqub (born 1979) is a Scottish model and actor of Pakistani/Punjabi descent.
Attapur is a major suburb in Hyderabad, Telangana.
The Attar are a Muslim community and caste found in the state of Maharashtra in India.
The Attarwala are a Muslim community found in the state of Gujarat in India.
Attaullah Khan Niazi Esakhelvi (عطاء اللہ خان عیسی خیلوی, born 19 August 1951; surname also translated as Esa Khailvi) also known as 'lala' (which means "elder brother" in Pashto and Punjabi) is a Pakistani award-winning musician from Isakhel, Mianwali, Punjab.
Attiya Dawood (Urdu: عطیہ داؤد b. April 1, 1958) is a Sindhi poet, writer, feminist and activist.
Attock City (Punjabi, Urdu), formerly Campbellpore or Campbellpur until 1978, is a city located in northern part of Punjab province of Pakistan near the capital of Islamabad in the Panjistan region, and is the headquarters of Attock District.
Attock City Junction railway station (Urdu and اٹک سٹی جنکشن ریلوے اسٹیشن) is located in Attock city, Attock district, Punjab province, Pakistan.
Attock District (ضِلع اٹک) is a district in Pothohar Plateau of the Punjab Province of Pakistan.
Attock Khurd railway station (Urdu and اٹک خورد ریلوے اسٹیشن) is located at Attock Khurd village, Attock district, Punjab province, Pakistan.
ATV is the largest privately operated terrestrial television network in Pakistan; the channel has the second largest national viewership base in the country only behind PTV Home.
Audio Video Satellite (AVS) is a monthly news magazine published from Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.
Augustine is a masculine given name derived from the Latin word augere, meaning "to increase." The Latin form Augustinus is developed from Augustus which means "venerable" and was a title given to Roman emperors.
Aulaad (اولاد) is a 1962 Pakistani Urdu black and white film.
Aunn Zara (عون زارا) was a 2013 Pakistan drama series telecast on A-Plus Entertainment.
Aunrihar is a place in Ghazipur district of Varanasi division of Uttar Pradesh.
Aunsi Bazaar or Aunsi Gote is one of the developing small town in Madhubani district of Bihar India over one decede, It is situated both side of National Highway 105, this high way distance is 55 km which starts from Darbhanga that passes through Aunsi Gote to Jaynagar that is nearby Nepal Border.
Aunty Disco Project (Urdu: آنٹی ڈسکو پراجیکٹ, in English sometimes shortened as ADP) was an indie rock band from Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, formed in 2006.
Aunty Disco Project (Urdu: آنٹی ڈسکو پراجیکٹ, sometimes shortened in English as ADP) is the debut self-titled studio album of the Pakistani indie rock band Aunty Disco Project, released in December, 2007 independently at New Shadab Studios.
Aur Bhi Gham Hain Zamane Mein is an Indian television serial broadcast fortnightly on Doordarshan in the early 1980s.
Aurad (Barahalli) is a Panchayat Town and Taluka in Bidar District in The Indian State Of Karnataka.
Aurangabad District, also called one of the 36 districts of Maharashtra state in western India.
Aurangabad (is a city in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra state in India. The city is a tourism hub, surrounded by many historical monuments, including the Ajanta Caves and Ellora Caves, which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, as well as Bibi Ka Maqbara and Panchakki. The administrative headquarters of the Aurangabad Division or Marathwada region, Aurangabad is titled "The City of Gates" and the strong presence of these can be felt as one drives through the city. The city was founded in 1610 by Malik Amber. Aurangabad is the Tourism Capital of Maharashtra. Aurangabad is the fifth largest city in Maharashtra.
Muhi-ud-Din Muhammad (محي الدين محمد) (3 November 1618 – 3 March 1707), commonly known by the sobriquet Aurangzeb (اَورنگزیب), (اورنگزیب "Ornament of the Throne") or by his regnal title Alamgir (عالمگِیر), (عالمگير "Conqueror of the World"), was the sixth, and widely considered the last effective Mughal emperor.
Ausaf Sayeed (born September 18, 1963) is a diplomat in the Indian Foreign Service.
Ausgram I is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Bardhaman Sadar North subdivision of Purba Bardhaman district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Ausgram II is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Bardhaman Sadar North subdivision of Purba Bardhaman district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Australians in Pakistan comprise Australian citizens residing in Pakistan, which includes expatriates and immigrants, as well as their locally-born descendants.
Avadhnama (اودھنامه) is a popular Urdu language newspaper serving major cities in the region of Awadh in India, including the cities of Lucknow, Aligarh, Faizabad, and Azamgarh.
Awadh (Hindi: अवध, اوَدھ),, known in British historical texts as Avadh or Oudh, is a region in the modern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh (before independence known as the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh) and a small area of Nepal's Province No. 5.
The Awadh Punch (or Oudh Punch) was an Urdu satirical weekly published from Lucknow, India from 1877 to 1936, founded and edited by Sajjad Husain.
Awam (عوام) is the Urdu language word for common people or general public.
Awam (روزنامہ عوام) is an Urdu language daily newspaper based in Karachi, Pakistan.
In Urdu language, Awami is the adjectival form for Awam, the Urdu language word for common people.
Awami Nastaliq (Awami derived from the adjectival form for Urdu word awam) is a Nasta'liq-script font designed by SIL's Peter Martin for Graphite aware applications.
Awan Patti اعوان پٹی (Patti Awanan) is a valley in Muzaffarabad district, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan.
Awantipora Railway Station is situated in notified area of Awantipora in district Pulwama.
Awaz (آواز, literal English translation: "voice") was a Pakistani pop band that formed in Karachi, Sindh, in 1992.
Awaz (Urdu: ﺁﻭﺍﺯ) (English: The Voice) is a Pakistani Urdu colour film, produced and directed by Zafar Shabab.
Awaz (Urdu: آواز, translation: voice), is the first album released by Pakistani pop musical group Awaz.
Awaz Bin Sayeed Bin Awaz Bin Jabir Bin Abdullah (3 March 1934 – 2 July 1995) (Urdu: عوض سعید) (pen name: Chaand, چاند), was a modern short-story writer, poet, playwright, Khaka-naveez and humorist from Hyderabad, India.
Ayaz Latif Palijo (Sindhi,اياز لطیف پلیجو) (born 15 November 1968, Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan) is a politician, lawyer, activist, writer and teacher.
Ayaz Nizami is a blogger and political prisoner in Pakistan known for his arrest on 24 March 2017 for alleged blasphemy, and is currently facing the death penalty on such charges.
Flight Lieutenant Ayesha Farooq (Urdu:عائشہ فاروق) (born August 24, 1987) is a Pakistani fighter pilot from Hasilpur, Bahawalpur District, who is the first female to become fighter pilot in Pakistan Air Force.
Ayesha Jalal (Punjabi, عائشہ جلال) is a Pakistani-American historian who serves as the Mary Richardson Professor of History at Tufts University, and was the recipient of the 1998 MacArthur Fellow.
Ayesha Miran (Urdu:عائشہ میراں) rape case was a sensational rape case in the Vijayawada, India which captured the intense media attention in the country in 2007.
Ayesha Mumtaz (Urdu) is a former Director of Operations at Punjab Food Authority in Pakistan.
Ayesha Omer (Urdu/عائشہ عمر) is a Pakistani actress, model and singer.
Ayesha Sana (Urdu: عائشہ ثناء) is a Pakistani actress who has appeared in film, television, and theatre performances.
Ayla Malik (Urdu) is a Pakistani politician and journalist who served as the Member of National Assembly from 2002 to 2007 on a reserved seat for women.
The Aylesbury child sex abuse ring was a group of six men of British Pakistani heritage who committed serious sexual offences against two under-aged girls in the English town of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.
Ayodhya (IAST Ayodhyā), also known as Saketa, is an ancient city of India, believed to be the birthplace of Rama and setting of the epic Ramayana.
Ghazi Mohammad Ayub Khan (غازي محمد ايوب خان) (1857 – April 7, 1914, Urdu) was also known as The Victor of Maiwand or The Afghan Prince Charlie and was, for a while, the governor of Herat Province in Afghanistan.
Ayub Khoso (ایوب کھوسو; born 1960) is a Pakistani actor of film and TV.
Ayub Medical College (Urdu, Hindko:, د ایوب طب پوهنځی, or AMC) is a leading public medical institute located in Abbottabad, Pakistan.
Ayub Teaching Hospital (Urdu, Hindko:, د ایوب تدريسي روغتون, abbreviated as ATH), is a public sector, non-profit tertiary level academic health sciences centre located in Abbottabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.
Azad Bilgrami (29 June 1704 – 15 September 1786) was a scholar of Arabic, Persian and Urdu languages in 18th century India.
Azad Hind Radio was a propaganda radio service that was started under the leadership of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in Germany in 1942 to encourage Indians to fight for freedom.
Azad Jammu Kashmir Medical College (Urdu, Kashmiri:, or AJKMC) is a public medical institute located in Muzaffarabad, Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Pakistan.
Azad Jammu and Kashmir (آزاد جموں و کشمیر Āzād Jammū̃ o Kaśmīr, translation: Free Jammu and Kashmir), abbreviated as AJK and commonly known as Azad Kashmir, is a nominally self-governing polity administered by Pakistan.
Azad Pattan (آزاد پتن) is a village in Sudhanoti District of Azad Kashmir, Pakistan.
Azadi (آزادی - Āzādī), from Persian, meaning freedom or liberty.
Azadi (Urdu:آزادی, literal English translation: "freedom") is the fourth studio album and the fifth overall album of the Pakistani sufi rock band, Junoon.
Azam Tariq (Urdu: اعظم طارق) محسن اسلام(March 1962, Chichawatni – October 6, 2003) was the leader of the politico-religious organisation Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan, a Deobandi organization, which was officially banned by the government of Pakistan in August 2001 for its violence against the Shi'a community.
Azamgarh is a city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Azarmi Dukht Safavi (born 1948) is an Indian scholar and founding Director of the Institute of Persian Research, Aligarh Muslim University.
Azeem Amrohi (عظِیم امروہوی), (born April 29, 1945) is an Urdu poet and a scholar.
Azerbaijan–Pakistan relations are the foreign relations between the Azerbaijan and the Pakistan.
Syed Azhar Ali Urdu: سید اظہر علی (born February 2, 1968, in Karachi) is a right-handed Pakistan-born Omani cricketer who bowls a right-arm offbreak.
Aziz (عزيز) was originally a Northwest Semitic Phoenician-Aramaic-Hebrew-Arabic word, but is now much more commonly (but not exclusively) known as a Central Semitic Arabic male name.
Aziz Ahmad (11 November 1914 in Hyderabad, India – 16 December 1978 in Toronto, Canada) was a noted Urdu poet, short story writer, novelist, translator, historian, research scholar, Iqbal scholar and critic from Pakistan.
The Aziz Bagh Villa is an historic residence in Hyderabad, India, owned by the writer and former senior civil servant Dr.
Aziz Hamid Madni (Urdu: عزیز حامد مدنی), (15 June 1922 - 23 April 1991) was a notable Pakistani poet and writer.
Aziz Mian Qawwal (عزیز میاں قوال) (17 April 1942 – 6 December 2000) was one of Pakistan's leading traditional qawwals and also famous for singing ghazals in his own unique style of qawwali.
Aziz Mohammad Khan (1931–1992) or Aziz Qaisi was an Urdu poet, short story writer, and film writer.
Azizul Haque (19198 August 2012) was an imam and scholar from Bangladesh.
Azm-e-Nau School & College is a school and college for boys and girls in the City of Ellah Abad (Kasur) in Punjab Province of Pakistan.
A with nukta (अ़) is a Devanagari letter.
Letter Naviyani (ޱ) used to be the 19th letter of the Maldivian alphabet.
ē is an additional letter of the Perso-Arabic alphabet, derived from te (ت) by replacing the dots with a small t̤oʾe (ط).
Že, or žayn/žāy (ژ), is a letter in the Perso-Arabic alphabet, based on zayn (ز) with two additional diacritic dots.
B.Kothakota is a town in Chittoor district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
Bellur Narayanaswamy Srikrishna (born 21 May 1941) is an Indian jurist and a retired judge of the Supreme Court of India.
Babukodi Venkataramana Karanth (19 September 1929 – 1 September 2002) was a noted film and theatre personality from India.
Baabul (Hindi: बाबुल, Urdu: بابُل, English: Father's affection to daughter) is a 2006 Bollywood drama film, directed by Ravi Chopra.
Baaghi is a word used in both Hindi and Urdu and its meaning is 'rebel, rebellious'.
Baaghi (باغی; lit: Rebel) is a drama serial that premiered on Urdu 1 on 27 July 2017.
Baarish mein deewar (بارش میں دیوار) is a Pakistani comic-socio-political telefilm created and produced by Azfar Ali in 2008, under the banner of Aag Films.
Baazi (English: Gamble, Hindi: बाज़ी, Urdu: بازی) is a 1951 Indian Hindi film directed by Guru Dutt.
Baazi (Hindi: बाज़ी, Urdu: بازی) is a 1968 Bollywood thriller film directed by Moni Bhattacharjee.
Baazi (Hindi: बाज़ी, Urdu: بازی) is a 1984 Bollywood film directed by Raj N. Sippy.
Baṛī ye is a form of the Arabic letter yāʼ used in Urdu and some other Indian languages to denote /eː/ or /ɛː/ at the end of a word.
Baba Faqir Chand, (18 November 1886 – 11 September 1981) was an Indian master of Surat Shabd Yoga, or consciously controlled near death experience.
Not to be confused with the pre-existing Guru Nanak Dev University in Amritsar. Baba Guru Nanak University (Urdu and بابا گرو نانک یونیورسٹی; bābā gurū nānaka yūnīvarasiṭī) is a planned international university that will be located in Nankana Sahib, Punjab, Pakistan, the birthplace of Guru Nanak.
The Babri Masjid (translation: Mosque of Babur) was a mosque in Ayodhya, India.
Babu Rajab Ali (ਬਾਬੂ ਰਜਬ ਅਲੀ,; also known as Babu Ji) was a noted Kavishar of Punjab, known as the King of Kavishari.
Babua Kalan is a census town in Baghmara CD Block in Dhanbad district in the state of Jharkhand, India.
Babul (Hindi: बाबुल, Urdu: بابُل) or (Father's House) is a 1950 Bollywood film directed by S.U. Sunny, produced and with music direction by Naushad.
Babul (बाबुल pronounced baabul) (بابل.) is an old Urdu-Hindi term for father indicating a daughter's affection.
Babur (Urdu: بابر; named after the first Mughal Emperor Zahir-ud-Din Babur), also designated Hatf VII, is a short range turbojet powered subsonic cruise missile that can be launched from land or mobile underwater platforms.
Bachaana (بچانا, meaning rescue) is a 2016 Pakistani romantic thriller film starring Mohib Mirza and Sanam Saeed.
The Bachelor of Asian Studies (B.As.) is a bachelor's degree for asian studies.
The Bachgoti Khanzada are a Muslim community found in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India.
Bachhraon(बछराऊँ, بچھراوں) is a city and a municipal board in Amroha district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.
A backronym, or bacronym, is a constructed phrase that purports to be the source of a word that is an acronym.
Badal Roy (বাদল রায়; born Amarendra Roy Chowdhury) is a Bangladeshi tabla player, percussionist, and recording artist known for his work in jazz, world music, and experimental music.
Badami Bagh is a cantonment town on the outskirts of Srinagar district in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir.
Badami Bagh railway station (Urdu and بادامی باغ ریلوے اسٹیشن) is located in Badami Bagh, Lahore district, Punjab province, Pakistan.
Badapahad Dargah or Peddagutta is a Muslim Pilgrim Centers.
Badar Munir (1940 – 11 October 2008) was a Pakistani film actor and director.
Badarka (Hindi: बदरका, Urdu: بدرکا) is a small village in Unnao District of Uttar Pradesh in India which is situated on the Kanpur - Raibareli road in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
Bari Aapa (Lit: Older Sister)is a Urdu language Pakistani telenovela first broadcast in Pakistan by Hum TV.
Mohammed Badi Uzzaman Azmi (8 March 1939 – 14 June 2011), better known as Badi Uzzaman, was a Pakistani-British television and film actor.
"Badlaa" is the tenth episode of the eighth season of the American science fiction television series The X-Files.
Badnaam is a Pakistani film in Urdu language, released on September 2, 1966.
Badr Shakir al Sayyab (بدر شاكر السياب) (Jaykur, near Basra December 24, 1926 – Kuwait 24 December 1964) was a leading Iraqi poet, well known throughout the Arab world and one of the most influential Arab poets of all time.
Badran is a large village located in Badgam district, Jammu and Kashmir.
Badruddin Ahmad (17 August 1912, Patiala, India - 19 March 1981, Karachi, Pakistan) was a pioneer in the field of Civil aviation.
Badruddin Tyabji (10 October 1844 – 19 August 1906) was an Indian lawyer who served as the third President of the Indian National Congress.
Badshahi Ashurkhana (Urdu) is a Shia Muslim mourning place, near Charminar in Hyderabad, India.
Baduria is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Basirhat subdivision of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Bagaha is a city and a municipality in Pashchim Champaran district in the state of Bihar, India.
Bagdah (also spelled Bagda) is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Bangaon subdivision of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Bageshwar District is a district of Uttarakhand state in northern India.
Bāgh (باغ) usually translated as garden, refers to an enclosed area with permanent cultures (many types of trees and shrubs) as well as flowers.
Bagh District (ضلع باغ) is one of the Ten districts of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan.
Bagh Ibne Qasim (Urdu: meaning Garden of son of Qasim) is a beachside park in Karachi, Pakistan.
Bagh City (باغ) is the chief town and district headquarters of Bagh District, in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan.
Bagh-e-Jinnah (Punjabi, باغ جناح) (or Jinnah's Garden) is a historical park in the city of Lahore, Pakistan.
Bagha Kusmar is a small town in the Madhubani district in northern Bihar state, India.
The Bagban are a Muslim community found in North India and in Pakistan.
Baghban (Gardener) is a 1938 Hindi/Urdu family drama film directed by A. R. Kardar.
Baghi Sipahi (Rebel Soldier) is a 1936 Hindi/Urdu film directed by A. R. Kardar.
Baghmara is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Dhanbad district, Jharkhand state, India.
Baghmara is a village in Baghmara CD Block in Dhanbad subdivision of Dhanbad district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Baghu Nallah is famous for its Gurudwara in the memory of great saints of Jammu and Kashmir Sant Mela Singh and Sant Rocha Singh.Every year large no of devotees come here to celebrate annual function in the memory of those great saints.
Bagodar is a village in Bagodar CD Block in Bagodar-Saria subdivision of Giridih district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Bagodar is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Bagodar-Saria subdivision of Giridih district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Bagodar-Saria subdivision is an administrative subdivision of the Giridih district in the state of Jharkhand, India.
Bahadrabad is an intermediate Village Panchayat in the Haridwar district of Uttarakhand, India.
Mirza Abu Zafar Sirajuddin Muhammad Bahadur Shah Zafar (24 October 1775 – 7 November 1862) was the last Mughal emperor.
Bahār (بهار) means the season of Spring in Persian, Kurdish, Urdu, Azerbaijani, and Turkish and occurs as a female name in Pakistan, Iran and Turkey.
Born Kishwar Begum, Bahar Begum (born c. 1942) is an actress best known for many Pakistani movies since 1956.She was first introduced to the Pakistani film industry by the renowned film director Anwar Kamal Pasha in film Chann Mahi (1956).Anwar Kamal Pasha is the one that gave her the professional film world name Bahar Begum.She later acted both in Punjabi and Urdu language Pakistani films and had a very active career from 1956 through the 1980s.She has more than 500 films to her credit.
Bahar-e-Shariat (1939) is an encyclopedia of Islamic fiqh (jurisprudence), according to the Hanafi school, spreading over 20 volumes.
Baharo Phool Barsao (بہارو پُھول برساؤ), is a blockbuster 1972 Pakistani Urdu colour film produced and directed by Indian director Mehmood Sadiq (a.k.a. M. Sadiq).
Baharon Ki Manzil is a 1973 Pakistani film directed by S. Suleman.
Baha-ud-din Zakariya (Urdu and بہاؤ الدین زکریا) (1170 – 1262), also spelled as Bahauddin Zakariya, and also known as Baha-ul-Haq and Bahauddin Zakariya Multani, was a Sufi of Suhrawardiyya order (tariqa).
Bahawalnagar District (ضِلع بہاولنگر), is a district of Punjab province in Pakistan.
The Bahawalpur Central Library (also known as Sadiq Reading Library)(Urdu: سنٹرل لائبریری بھاولپور) is an old library of Pakistan located in Bahawalpur city of Punjab province.
Bahawalpur District (Punjabi,ضلع بہاول پور) is one of the districts of Punjab, Pakistan.
Bahawalpur Railway Station ((Urdu and بہاولپور ریلوے اسٹیشن) is located in Bahawalpur city, Bahawalpur district, Punjab province, Pakistan. It is a major railway station of Pakistan Railways on Karachi-Peshawar main line. The station is staffed and has advance and current reservation offices. Food stalls are also located on it platforms. In 2016 the Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique announced that Rs280 million will be spent on the construction of Bahawalpur Model Railway Station.
The Bahá'í Faith in Pakistan begins previous to its independence when it was part of India.
Bahen (Hindi बहन, Sister) is a 1941 Hindi film directed by Mehboob Khan.
Bahera is a town in the state of Bihar, India.
Baheri is a city located in the Uttar pradesh, India.
Baheri is a town in the state of Bihar, India.
Bahraich is a city and a municipal board in Bahraich district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.
Bahrain (البحرين), officially the Kingdom of Bahrain (مملكة البحرين), is an Arab constitutional monarchy in the Persian Gulf.
Baireddipalle is a village in Chittoor district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
Bait Bazi (Urdu: بیت بازی) is a verbal game and a genre of Urdu poetry played by composing verses of Urdu poems.
Bajrangi Bhaijaan (English translation: Brother Bajrangi) is an Indian Hindi-language drama film, directed by Kabir Khan.
The Bakarwal (also Gujjar - Bakharwal, Bakrawallah and Bakerwal) are a mostly-Sunni Muslim nomadic tribe based in the Pir Panjal and Himalayan mountains of South Asia.
Lieutenant-General Bakhtiar Rana (Urdu: بختيار رانا; b. 3 November 1910–1999),, was a three-star rank army general in the Pakistan Army who was notable in leading his command level formation, the I Corps, during the second war with India in 1965.
Bakrala railway station (Urdu and بکرالا ریلوے اسٹیشن) is located in Bakrala village, Sohawa Tehsil, Jhelum district, Punjab province, Pakistan.
Baksh Nasikh (Urdu: اِمام بخش ناسِخ) (1776–1838) was an Urdu poet of the Mughal era.
The Bakulahi River (Hindi: बकुलाही नदी, Urdu: باکلاهی) originates from Bharatpur Lake of Rae Bareli district of Uttar Pradesh of India.
Balasinor (also referred to as Vadasinor) is a city located in the Mahisagar district of Gujarat, India.
Balat is a village situated around 12 km from Madhubani, state Bihar, India.
Balbharati (The Maharashtra State Bureau of Textbook Production and Curriculum Research) is located in Pune, Maharashtra, India.
Baldara is a town in western India located in state of Rajasthan.
Baldev Raj Gupta (also spelled Baladewa Rāja Gupatā; born 8 July 1942, in Chhamal, Sialkot District, British India) is an Indian academic in the field of linguistics, and a Punjabi and Hindi writer.
Baldia (بلدیہ) can refer to.
Balgan (population c. 5,000) is a village situated 23.5 km from Sialkot district.
Baliapur is a census town in Baliapur CD Block in Dhanbad subdivision of Dhanbad district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Baliapur is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Dhanbad district, Jharkhand state, India.
Baliari (also called Balihari) is a neighbourhood in Dhanbad in Jharkhand state, India.
Balkasar Bear Sanctuary, established in 2010 by Fakhar Abbas of WSPA (now known as World Animal Protection), is an animal sanctuary in Balkassar, Chakwal District, Punjab, Pakistan.
Ballia district is one of the districts of Uttar Pradesh state, India.
Baloch Americans are Americans of Baloch descent.
Baloch Colony (Urdu) is one of the neighbourhoods of Jamshed Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.
The Baloch diaspora refers to Baloch people, and their descendants, who have emigrated to places outside the Balochistan region of South-West Asia – a region stretching from southwestern Pakistan to southeastern Iran and southern Afghanistan.
The Baloch of Punjab are Baloch people who have settled in the Punjab province of Pakistan.
The Baloch or Baluch (Balochi) are a people who live mainly in the Balochistan region of the southeastern-most edge of the Iranian plateau in Pakistan, Iran, and Afghanistan, as well as in the Arabian Peninsula.
The Baloch Republican Party (Urdu: بلوچ ریپبلکن پارٹی) is an organization in Balochistan headed by Brahumdagh Khan Bugti.
The Baloch Republican Students Organization (Urdu: بلوچ ریپبلکن اسٹوڈنٹس آرگنائزیشن) is a prominent student and political organization that campaigns for the ethnic Baloch students in Pakistan's Balochistan province and other Baloch dominated areas in Pakistan.
The Balochi Academy promotes the Balochi culture through the development and promotion of the language and literature; support for literary circles; conducting seminars and conferences; and inviting academics from other parts of Pakistan and abroad as guest speakers.
Balōchistān (بلوچستان; also Balūchistān or Balūchestān, often interpreted as the Land of the Baloch) is an arid desert and mountainous region in south-western Asia.
The High Court of Balochistan (Urdu: بلوچستان عدالت عالیہ) is the highest judicial institution of Balochistan, Pakistan.
The Balochistan National Party or Balochistan National Party (Mengal) (Urdu: بلوچستان نيشنل پارٹی) is a political party in Balochistan, Pakistan.
Balochistan Police (Baloch, Urdu: بلوچستان پولیس) is responsible for policing urban Balochistan, Pakistan.
Balram Jakhar (23 August 1923 – 3 February 2016) was an Indian politician, a parliamentarian and Governor of Madhya Pradesh.
Balram Shukla (बलराम शुक्ल, born January 19, 1982) is an academician, poet and author based in New Delhi.
A balti or bāltī gosht (بالٹی گوشت, बाल्टी गोश्त) is a type of Lamb meat or goat meat curry served in a thin, pressed-steel wok called a "balti bowl".
Balti (Nastaʿlīq script) is a Tibetic language spoken in the Baltistan region of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, the Nubra Valley of Leh district, and in the Kargil district of Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Baltistan (بلتستان, script also known as Baltiyul or Little Tibet (script), is a mountainous region on the border of Pakistan and India in the Karakoram mountains just south of K2 (the world's second-highest mountain). Baltistan borders Gilgit to the west, Xinjiang (China) in the north, Ladakh on the southeast and the Kashmir Valley on the southwest. Its average altitude is over. Prior to 1947, Baltistan was part of the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir, having been conquered by Raja Gulab Singh's armies in 1840. Baltistan and Ladakh were administered jointly under one wazarat (district) of the state. Baltistan retained its identity in this set-up as the Skardu tehsil, with Kargil and Leh being the other two tehsils of the district. After the Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir acceded to India, Gilgit Scouts overthrew the Maharaja's governor in Gilgit and (with Azad Kashmir's irregular forces) captured Baltistan. The Gilgit Agency and Baltistan have been governed by Pakistan ever since. The Kashmir Valley and the Kargil and Leh tehsils were retained by India. A small portion of Baltistan, including the village of Turtuk in the Nubra Valley, was incorporated into Ladakh after the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. The region is inhabited primarily by Balti people of Tibetan descent. Millennia-old Tibetan culture, customs, norms, language and script still exist, although the vast majority of the population follows Islam. Baltistan is strategically significant to Pakistan and India; the Kargil and Siachen Wars were fought there. The region is the setting for Greg Mortenson's book, Three Cups of Tea.
The Makrani of Rajasthan are descendants of Baloch soldiers who were brought as mercenaries.
The Baloch is a Muslim community found in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.
The Balochistan Liberation Front (بلوچستان لبریشن فرنٹ; BLF) is a political front and militant group founded by Jumma Khan Marri in 1964 in Damascus, and played an important role in the 1968-1980 insurgency in Pakistani Balochistan and Iranian Balochistan.
The Chief Commissioner's Province of Balochistan (Urdu: بلوچستان,چیف کمشنر صوبہ) was a province of British India, and later Pakistan, located in the northern parts of the modern Balochistan province.
Bambaram (in Tamil Nadu), Pambaram (in Kerala), Buguri (in Karnataka), Lattu لٹو (in Urdu), Bongaram బొంగరం (in Telugu) is a traditional throwing top used mainly in India and Pakistan.
Ban Devi is an Urdu play by Agha Hashar Kashmiri.
Banakal (ಬಣಕಲ್) is a Malnad village in Mudigere Taluk, Chikkamagaluru district of Karnataka, India.
Banana News Network or BNN is a Pakistani TV show that is broadcast on GEO TV on Tuesdays at 11:05pm.
Band Khirkyon Kay Peechay (Closed Behind The Windows) is a drama that airs on TVOne Global.
Syed walShareef Kamaluddin bin Muhammad bin Yousuf AlHussaini, commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (7 August 1321, Delhi –10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a famous Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among various religious groups.
Bandh Dih is a census town situated in Bokaro district of Jharkhand, India.
Bandhgora is a census town in Chas block in Chas subdivision of Bokaro district in the state of Jharkhand, India.
Bandini (Hindi: बन्दिनी, Urdu: بندِنی, translation: Imprisoned) is a 1963 Hindi drama film directed and produced by Bimal Roy, the man who directed classics such as Do Bigha Zameen and Devdas.
Bandipora is the administrative headquarters of the district of Bandipora in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Bane is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as an adversary of the superhero Batman.
Bangabasi Morning College is an undergraduate college affiliated with the University of Calcutta.
Bangalore, officially known as Bengaluru, is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka.
Bangaon (also spelled as Bongaon) is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Bangaon subdivision of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Government Bangla College (সরকারি বাঙলা কলেজ) is a government educational institution located in the northwest part of the capital city of Dhaka in Bangladesh.The college was established on 1 October 1962 by Principal Abul Kashem to promote the use of the Bangla in higher education and to establish the language in all spheres of national life of Bangalis.
Bangladesh (বাংলাদেশ, lit. "The country of Bengal"), officially the People's Republic of Bangladesh (গণপ্রজাতন্ত্রী বাংলাদেশ), is a country in South Asia.
The Bangladesh Awami League (BAL) (বাংলাদেশ আওয়ামী লীগ; translated from Urdu: Bangladesh People's League), often simply called the Awami League or AL, is one of the two major political parties of Bangladesh.
The Bangladesh Liberation War (মুক্তিযুদ্ধ), also known as the Bangladesh War of Independence, or simply the Liberation War in Bangladesh, was a revolution and armed conflict sparked by the rise of the Bengali nationalist and self-determination movement in what was then East Pakistan during the 1971 Bangladesh genocide.
Bangladesh did not exist as a distinct geographic and ethnic unity until independence.
Bangladeshis in the Maldives are a part of the Bangladeshi diaspora, consists people of Bangladeshi descent who have immigrated to or were born in another country.
Banihal "City of Mountains" is a town and a notified area committee in Ramban district in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Banihal Pass (Devanagari: बनिहाल दर्रा Urdu: بانہال درا)is a mountain pass across the Pir Panjal Range at maximum elevation.
Banihal railway station, a part of Jammu–Baramulla line, is situated in notified area of Banihal in Ramban district, Jammu and Kashmir.
The Muslim Siddiqui (Banjara) or Muslim Lambadi are a Muslim community found in the states of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh in India.
Banjara Hills(బంజారా హిల్స్) is an urban commercial centre in Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
The Banjaranama (بنجارانامہ, बंजारानामा, Chronicle of the Nomad) is a famous satirical Urdu poem, written by the eighteenth-century sub-continental poet Nazeer Akbarabadi.
Banjosa (Urdu: بنجوسہ) is a small artificial village in Rawalakot tehsil.
Banki is a town, a nagar panchayat and a block panchayat in Barabanki district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.
BankIslami Pakistan is a Pakistani bank based in Karachi, Pakistan.
Bankra is a census town in Domjur (community development block) under Domjur police station in Sadar subdivision of Howrah district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Banū or Bannu (باني ګل / بنو, بنوں) is the principal city of the Bannu District in southern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.
Bannu District (Pashto: بنو, ضلع بنوں.) is a district of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.
Bano is a novel by the Pakistani novelist, Razia Butt, which is considered one of her best literary works.
Bano Qudsia (بانو قدسیہ‎; 28 November 1928 – 4 February 2017), also known as Bano Aapa, was a Pakistani novelist, playwright and spiritualist.
Banswada is a City and Revenue division in Kamareddy of the Indian state of Telangana.
Bapsi Sidhwa (باپسا سادہوا; born August 11, 1938) is a Pakistani novelist of Gujarati Parsi descent who writes in English and is resident in the United States.
Baqar Naqvi is a Pakistani poet, prose writer and translator in Urdu.
Syed Baqar Rizvi Urdu: سید باقر رضوی (born 9 February 1968) is a former Pakistani cricketer.
Bara Din is a holiday in Pakistan, occurring on December 25 annually for the memory of Jinnah.
Bara Shaheed Dargah located in Nellore, AP, India.
Barabani is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Asansol subdivision of Paschim Bardhaman district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Barabanki district is one of four districts of Faizabad division, lies at the very heart of Awadh region of Uttar Pradesh state of India, and forms as it were a centre from which no less than seven other districts radiate.
Barabanki is a city in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India.
al-Barāhīn al-Ahmadīyyah 'alā Haqīqatu KitābAllāh al-Qur'ān wa'n-Nabūwwatu al-Muhammadīyyah (Arguments in Support of the Book of Allah - the Qur'an, and the Prophethood of Muhammad) is a five-part book written by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the founder of the Ahmadiyya Islamic Movement.
Barakhamba, also known as Barakhamba Monument, is a 14th-century tomb building from the Tughlaq period that is located in New Delhi, India.
The two branches of the Barakzai dynasty (Translation of Barakzai: sons of Barak) ruled modern day Afghanistan from 1826 to 1973 when the monarchy ended under Musahiban Mohammad Zahir Shah.
Baral (Urdu, بڑل) is a village on the bank of the Jhelum River, near Pandori in the district of Jhelum in the north of Punjab province, Pakistan.
Baramulla (ˌbærəˈmʊlə) is a city and a municipality in the Baramulla district in the state of Jammu and Kashmir (India).
Baramulla district is one of the 22 districts in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Baramulla railway station is situated in notified area of Baramulla.
Barapind, or Bara Pind (Punjabi, بڑا پنڈ), is a village of Zafarwal Tehsil, Narowal District, Punjab, Pakistan.
Barasat I is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Barasat Sadar subdivision of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Barasat II is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Barasat Sadar subdivision of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Mehmet Barış Manço (born Tosun Yusuf Mehmet Barış Manço; (2 January 1943 – 31 January 1999), known by his stage name Barış Manço, was a Turkish rock musician, singer, songwriter, composer, actor, television producer and show host. Beginning his musical career while attending Galatasaray High School, he was a pioneer of rock music in Turkey and one of the founders of the Anatolian rock genre. Manço composed around 200 songs and is among the best-selling and most awarded Turkish artists to date. Many of his songs were translated into a variety of languages including English, French, Japanese, Greek, Italian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Persian, Hebrew, Urdu, Arabic, and German, among others. Through his TV program, 7'den 77'ye ("From 7 to 77"), Manço traveled the world and visited most countries on the globe. He remains one of the most popular public figures of Turkey.
Bardepur (बरदेपुर) is a small village on National Highway 105 (Darbhanga to Jainagar) in India.
Bareilly is a city in Bareilly district in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
The Bareilly district belongs to the state Uttar Pradesh in northern India.
Barharia (बङहरिया) is a Community development block and a town in the northern part of the Siwan District in the Indian state of Bihar.
Barhi is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Barhi subdivision of Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Barhi is a census town and headquarters of a subdivision in Hazaribagh district in the state of Jharkhand, India.
Bari Brahmana (बड़ी ब्राह्मण) is a town and a notified area committee in Samba district in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, India.The Industrial city has become the largest manufacturing centre of Jammu and Kashmir.Bari Brahmana has the largest number of industries in the state with a great share in industrial GDP of state.The name of the town is derived from two Dogri words 'Bari' meaning open ground and 'Brahmana' meaning Brahmins (a Varna in Hinduism) Thus the name means 'the garden of Brahmins'.
A bark is a sound most commonly produced by dogs.
Barkagaon is a village in Barkagaon CD Block in Hazaribagh Sadar subdivision of Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Barkagaon is a community development block that forms an administrative division in the Hazaribagh Sadar subdivision of Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Barkakana is a census town in Patratu (community development block) of Ramgarh district in the state of Jharkhand, India.
Barkas is a neighbourhood in Hyderabad, India, located in the old city area.
Barakatha (also spelled Barahkatha) is a village in Barkatha CD Block in Barhi subdivision of Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Barkatha (also spelled Barakatha) is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Barhi subdivision of Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Barkatullah (also spelt as Barakatullah or Barkat Ullah) was a Christian apologist and a convert from Islam.
Barkur is a cluster of three villages, Hosala, Hanehalli, and Kachoor, in the Udupi district of Karnataka state in India.
Barrackpore I (also spelled Barrackpur I) is a community development block that forms an administrative division in the Barrackpore subdivision of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Barrackpore II (also spelled Barrackpur II) is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Barrackpore subdivision of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Barshi is a city located in Barshi Sub district of Solapur District of Maharashtra State of Republic of India.
Barshore, Pashto (برښور), in Urdu (برشور) is one of the four Tehsils (sub-divisions) of Pishin District in Pakistan.
Barson Baad is a popular drama serial shown on the Pakistan Television network in 2006.
Bartholomew is an English or Jewish given name that derives from the Aramaic name meaning "son of Talmai".
Basant (Hindi: बसंत; Urdu: بسنت; translation: Spring) is a 1942 Indian film, directed by Amiya Chakrabarty.
Vasanta (वसन्तः; बसंत; বসন্ত; ਬਸੰਤ, ﺑﺴﻨﺖ; ವಸಂತ; వసంత; വസന്തം, வஸந்தம்) also known as Basant, refers to the Indian spring, and ritu means season.
The Basant Kite Festival of Punjab has been a historic spring time kite flying event during the Basant Panchami festival in the Punjab region in India and Pakistan.
Basaria is a neighbourhood in Dhanbad in Jharkhand state, India.
Basavakalyan also spelled Basavakalyana is a City and taluka in Bidar District of the state of Karnataka, India and was historically known as Kalyan and Basavakalyan is the Second Largest Municipality City in Bidar District.
Basgo is a town situated on the bank of the Indus river in Leh district, Ladakh, India.
Bashir Momin (بشر مومن) is a 2012 Pakistani drama serial directed by Syed Ali Raza Usama.
Bashar Nawaz (August 18, 1935 – July 9, 2015) was an Indian Urdu poet and lyricist, who penned the hugely popular song Karoge Yaad in the Bollywood film Bazaar.He was honored with prestigious "Pulotsav Samman" and "Ghalib Award" for his contribution to Urdu literature.
Basheerabad is a village in Vikarabad district of the Indian state of Telangana.
Basheerbagh is a city center of importance in Hyderabad.
Bashir Ahmad (Urdu: بشیر احمد) (c. 1913 – August 15, 1992) was an impoverished Pakistani camel driver, who in 1961 met with the then US vice-president Lyndon B Johnson and accepted an invitation to come to America.
Bashir Ahmad (12 February 1940 – 6 February 2009) was a successful businessman and a Scottish National Party politician.
Bashir Badr, born Syed Muhammad Bashir on 15 February 1935, is an Indian poet of Urdu.
Justice Muhammad Bashir Jehangiri (Urdu:, born 1 February 1937) was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pakistan from 7 January 2002 to 31 January 2002.
Muhammad Bashir, (بشیر مہتاب, बशीर महताब) born 14 March 1994 in Tehsil Pogal Paristan of Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir, is a Urdu poet.
The Basic Principles Committee (BPC) was a specialised committee set up on March 1949 by Khawaja Nazimuddin on the advice of prime minister Liaquat Ali Khan.
Basirhat I is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Basirhat subdivision of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Basirhat II is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Basirhat subdivision of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Basit Ali (Urdu: باسط علی, born December 13, 1970, in Karachi, Sindh) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in 19 Tests and 50 ODIs from 1993 to 1996.
Basit Jehangir Sheikh(با سط جہا نگیر شيخ) 13 April 1949 – 20 October 2010) was a Pakistani politician who served as the First District President PPP, District Kasur. He was an active leader in politics. He was one of the youngest founding member Pakistan Peoples Party of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.
Basma Riaz Choudhry (Urdu: بسمہ ریاض چوہدری) was a Member of the Provincial Assembly of Punjab. She is the daughter of Chaudhry Riaz Asghar, ex- District Nazim. M.B. Din (brother-in-law of Ch.
Basmath or Basmat is a city and a municipal council in Hingoli district in the state of Maharashtra, India.
Basmati (pronounced in South Asia) is a variety of long, slender-grained aromatic rice which is traditionally from the Indian subcontinent.
The following is a list of Basque exonyms, that is to say names for towns and cities that do not speak Basque that have been adapted to Basque standard spelling rules, or are simply native names from ancient times.
Bastacola is a neighbourhood in Dhanbad in Dhanbad subdivision of Dhanbad district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Basti (Hindi: बस्ती, Urdu: بستی) is a 2003 Indian crime film.
Basti Azeem is a village in Dera Ghazi Khan district of Punjab, Pakistan, which is named by Haji Muhammad Azeem Gurchani (Waliyani).
Basti is a city and a municipal board in Basti district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Batote is a town and a notified area committee in Ramban district of Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir on NH 44 (former name NH 1A just beyond Patnitop while going towards Srinagar.
Battagram (Urdu: ضلع بٹگرام; Pashto: ضلع بټګرام) is a district in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.
Bauram is a large village located at block/Tehsil Gaura Bauram, Darbhanga, Bihar.
Mangal Sen (1915–1972) was a Punjabi writer, poet and essayist in East Punjab, India.
Bay Khudi is a 2016 Pakistani drama Serial that premiered on Nov.17, 2016 on ARY Digital starring Indian TV actress Sara Khan and Noor Hassan.
Bai'at or Bay'ah (بَيْعَة; literally a "sale" or a "transaction") is an Islamic practice of declaring on oath, one's allegiance to a particular leader.
The baya weaver (Ploceus philippinus) is a weaverbird found across the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia.
Baz Muhammad Khan (Urdu: باز محمد خان) is a Pakistani politician and member of Senate of Pakistan, currently serving as Chairperson of the Senate Committee on Kashmir Affairs & Gilgit Baltistan.
Bazaar (बाज़ार; Market) is a 1982 Indian drama film directed by Sagar Sarhadi and starring Naseeruddin Shah, Farooq Shaikh, Smita Patil and Supriya Pathak.
Bazaar E Husn (بازارٍ حسن; बाजार ऐ हुस्न) is an Hindi film based on Munshi Premchand’s renowned only Urdu novel Bazaar-e-Husn, released on 18 July 2014.
Bazigar are the descendants of Bhai Lehna Ji (also known as the second guru of Sikhs Shri Guru Angad Dev Ji).
BBC Urdu (بی بی سی اردو) is the Urdu language station of the BBC World Service, accompanied by its website, which serves as a news portal and provides online access to radio broadcasts.
The BBC World Service, the world's largest international broadcaster, broadcasts radio and television news, speech and discussions in over 30 languages to many parts of the world on analogue and digital shortwave platforms, Internet streaming, podcasting, satellite, DAB, FM and MW relays.
Be Aib is a Pakistani drama television series directed by Ali Hassan, written by Qaisera Hayat and produced by Big Bang Entertainment.
Be Inteha is a 2017 Pakistani drama which aired on 29 March 2017 on Urdu 1.
Be-Imaan (Hindi: बेईमान, Urdu: بے ایمان) is a 1972 film directed by Sohanlal Kanwar.
Beacon Light Public School, founded in 1991, is a high school in Fateh Pur, Pakistan.
Beaumont Street Studios (BSS) was an English nonprofit community music centre and radio station.
Bedardi Saiyaan is a 2017 Pakistani drama serial directed by Mohsin Mirza, produced by SBCH Production and written by Jahanzaib Qamar.
Bedari, a Pakistani Urdu black and white film, was a classic melodious film of 1956.
Beed is a city in central region of Maharashtra state in India.
Beef brains and veal (juvenile beef) or calf's brains are used in the cuisines of France; Italy; Spain; El Salvador; Mexico, etc.
Beerwah is a Sub-District in Central Kashmir.
Begum Akhtar Riazuddin also spelt Riaz-ud-din or Riaz-ud-deen (born 15 October 1928) is a Pakistani feminist activist who is also the first modern Urdu-travelogue writer.
Begum Bazar is the biggest commercial market in Hyderabad, India.
Begum Gul Bakaoli Sarfarosh (Urdu: بیگم گل بکاولی سرفروش) is the third studio album released by the Pakistani rock band Noori.
Begum Khurshid Mirza (Urdu: بیگم خورشید مرزا) (a.k.a. Renuka Devi (Hindi: रेणुका देवी) (1918–1989) was a Pakistani television actress and film actress before the independence of Pakistan in 1947.
Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain (বেগম রোকেয়া সাখাওয়াত হোসেন; 9 December 1880 – 9 December 1932), commonly known as Begum Rokeya, was a Bengali writer, thinker, educationist, social activist, advocate of women's rights, and widely regarded as the pioneer of women's education in the Indian subcontinent during the time of the British rule.
Begumpet ("Begum's Place") is a decent neighborhood in Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
Behadd (بے حد;English: Boundless) is an award-winning 2013 Pakistani drama television film directed by Asim Raza produced by Momina Duraid and wriiten by Umera Ahmad.
is a small town located in the Sargodha District ضلع سرگودھا of the Punjab province, Pakistan, that was formed when the area was part of the British Empire.
Beher (Arabic/Persian/Urdu: بحر) in Urdu poetry is the meter of a sher (couplet).
The Behlim(Belim) are a Muslim Rajput community found mainly in North India.
The Behna (Mansoori) are the Muslim community found in the state of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Uttar pradesh, Bihar, and north India.
Behrouz Afagh is Head of BBC World Service's Asia & Pacific Region.
The Behsud (alternatively Besud, Behsud, Behsudi or Basud) (بهسود) are one of the major tribes of the Hazara people of Hazarajat, central Afghanistan.
Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU), popularly known as Běiwài in Mandarin and BFSU in English, is a university located in Beijing, China.
Muhammad Abdul-Hayy Siddiqui (Urdu/Arabic: محمّد عبدالحي صدیقی), writing under the pen-name Bekhud Badayuni (Urdu/Persian: بےخود بدایونی), was one of the leading Urdu poets of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Bela Shende (बेला शेंडे) is an Indian playback singer.
Belait can refer to either.
Belgaum (also known as Belagavi, Belgavi and Venugrama or "bamboo village") is a city in the Indian state of Karnataka located in its northern part along the Western Ghats.
Bellary, officially Ballari, in the eponymous Bellary district, is a major city in the state of Karnataka, India.
Benazir Bhutto (بينظير ڀُٽو; 21 June 1953 – 27 December 2007) was a Pakistani politician who served as Prime Minister of Pakistan from 1988 to 1990 and again from 1993 to 1996.
Bengabad is a village in Bengabad CD Block in Giridih Sadar subdivision of Giridih district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Bengabad is a community development block that forms an administrative division in the Giridih Sadar subdivision of Giridih district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Bengal (Bānglā/Bôngô /) is a geopolitical, cultural and historical region in Asia, which is located in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent at the apex of the Bay of Bengal.
The Bengal Provincial Muslim League (BPML) was the branch of the All India Muslim League in the British Indian province of Bengal.
Bengali nationalism is one of the four fundamental principles according to the original Constitution of Bangladesh.
Bengali novels occupy a major part of Bengali literature.
Pakistani Bengalis (پاکستانی بنگالی) are Pakistani citizens who migrated from East Bengal and live in West Pakistan or East Pakistan prior to 1971, or immigrants who migrated from Bangladesh after 1971; although according to social activists in Pakistan, economic migrants have mostly moved out because it is no longer profitable to work and earn in Pakistan due to the Pakistani rupee being weaker than the Bangladeshi taka.
The Benjamin Sisters (Urdu: بنجمن سسٹرز) were a Pakistani singing group of three sisters, Nerissa, Beena and Shabana Benjamin.
Benjamin Walker (25 November 1913 – 30 July 2013) was the truncated pen name of George Benjamin Walker, who also wrote under the pseudonym Jivan Bhakar.
For the town in North Wales, see Y BermoFor the commune of Niger see Bermo, Niger Bermo is a census town in Bermo block in Bermo subdivision of Bokaro district of the state of Jharkhand, India.
Bermo is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Bermo subdivision of Bokaro district, Jharkhand state, India.
Bruce Bernard Weatherill, Baron Weatherill, (25 November 1920 – 6 May 2007) was a British Conservative Party politician who served as Speaker of the House of Commons between 1983 and 1992.
Besan barfi (barfee) or Besan ki barfi or Besan Chakki (Hindi: बेसन की बर्फ़ी/बेसन चक्की, Urdu: بیسن کی برفی) is a barfi sweet from the Indian subcontinent.
Besharam (lit: Shameless) is a 2016 Pakistani drama serial that premiered on May 10, 2016 on ARY Digital.
Bewar (pronounced Hindi:बेवर, Urdu:بیور) is a town and a nagar panchayat (urban municipality) in Mainpuri district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.
Beygairat Brigade (Urdu/بےغیرت بریگیڈ; lit.Shameless Brigade) is a Lahore-based Pakistani rock band founded in 2011 by Ali Aftab Saeed who is also the lead vocalist of the band.
Bhabhi (Sister-in-Law) is a 1938 social family drama Hindi film directed by Franz Osten.
Bhabhi is a 1957 Hindi film directed by Krishnan-Panju for AVM Productions.
Bhaderwah (or Bhadarwah) is a town and tehsil in the Doda district, in the State of Jammu and Kashmir.
Bhadeya is a country side locality in Gaya district of Bihar, India.
Bhadon is a large village Gram Panchayat located in Phulpur Tehsil of Azamgarh District in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, near the border with Jaunpur District.
Bhadrak District is an administrative district of Odisha state in eastern India.
Bhagat Singh (– 23 March 1931) was an Indian nationalist considered to be one of the most influential revolutionaries of the Indian independence movement.
Bhagirath Ganga is an Urdu play by Agha Hashar Kashmiri.
Bhai is a Pakistani drama serial.
Bhai Jaan is a 1945 Bollywood film.
Bhai Log is a Pakistani Urdu film directed by Syed Faisal Bukhari, produced by Chaudhry Ijaz Kamran, dialogues and screenplay By M. Pervaiz Kaleem.
Bhaid is a Pakistani television show, focusing on Infotainment.
Bhainsa is a Division in Nirmal district of the Indian state of Telangana.
Bhairab Ganguly College is a college in Belgharia, in the district of North 24 Pgs, West Bengal, India, that was set up on 3 September 1968.
Bhakkar District (ضِلع بهكّر), is a district in the province of Punjab, Pakistan.
Bhaktivinoda Thakur, also written) (2 September 1838 – 23 June 1914), born Kedarnath Datta, was a prominent thinker of Bengali Renaissance and a leading philosopher, savant and spiritual reformer of Gaudiya Vaishnavism who effected its resurgence in India in late 19th and early 20th century and was hailed by contemporary scholars as the most influential Gaudiya Vaishnava leader of his time. He is also credited, along with his son Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati, with pioneering the propagation of Gaudiya Vaishnavism in the West and its eventual global spread. Kedarnath Datta was born on 2 September 1838 in the town of Birnagar, Bengal Presidency, in a traditional Hindu family of wealthy Bengali landlords. After a village schooling, he continued his education at Hindu College in Calcutta, where he acquainted himself with contemporary Western philosophy and theology. There he became a close associate of prominent literary and intellectual figures of the Bengal Renaissance, such as Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, and Sisir Kumar Ghosh. At 18, he began a teaching career in rural areas of Bengal and Orissa until he became an employee with the British Raj in the Judicial Service, from which he retired in 1894 as District Magistrate. Kedarnath Datta belonged to the kayastha community of Bengali intellectual gentry that lived during the Bengal Renaissance and attempted to rationalise their traditional Hindu beliefs and customs. In his youth he spent much time researching and comparing various religious and philosophical systems, both Indian and Western, with a view of finding among them a comprehensive, authentic and intellectually satisfying path. He tackled the task of reconciling Western reason and traditional belief by dividing religion into the phenomenal and the transcendent, thus accommodating both modern critical analysis and Hindu mysticism in his writings. Kedarnath's spiritual quest finally led him at the age of 29 to become a follower of Caitanya Mahaprabhu (1486–1533). He dedicated himself to a deep study and committed practice of Caitanya's teachings, soon emerging as a reputed leader within the Caitanya Vaishnava movement in Bengal. He edited and published over 100 books on Vaishnavism, including major theological treatises such as Krishna-samhita (1880), Caitanya-sikshamrita (1886) Jaiva-dharma (1893), Tattva-sutra (1893), Tattva-viveka (1893), and Hari-nama-cintamani (1900). Between 1881 and 1909, Kedarnath also published a monthly journal in Bengali entitled Sajjana-toshani ("The source of pleasure for devotees"), which he used as the prime means for propagating Caitanya's teachings among the bhadralok. In 1886, in recognition of his prolific theological, philosophical and literary contributions, the local Gaudiya Vaishnava community conferred upon Kedarnath Datta the honorific title of Bhaktivinoda. In his later years Bhaktivinoda founded and conducted nama-hatta – a travelling preaching program that spread theology and practice of Caitanya throughout rural and urban Bengal, by means of discourses, printed materials and Bengali songs of his own composition. He also opposed what he saw as apasampradayas, or numerous distortions of the original Caitanya teachings. He is credited with the rediscovery of the lost site of Caitanya's birth, in Mayapur near Nabadwip, which he commemorated with a prominent temple. Bhaktivinoda Thakur pioneered the spread of Caitanya's teachings in the West, sending in 1880 copies of his works to Ralph Waldo Emerson in the United States and to Reinhold Rost in Europe. In 1896 another publication of Bhaktivinoda, a book in English entitled Srimad-Gaurangalila-Smaranamangala, or Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, His life and Precepts was sent to several academics and libraries in Canada, Britain and Australia. The revival of Gaudiya Vaishnavism effected by Bhaktivinoda spawned one of India's most dynamic preaching missions of the early 20th century, the Gaudiya Matha, headed by his son and spiritual heir, Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati. Bhaktisiddhanta's disciple A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami (1896–1977) continued his guru Western mission when in 1966 in the United States he founded ISKCON, or the Hare Krishna movement, which then spread Gaudiya Vaishnavism globally. Bhaktivinoda wrote an autobiographical account titled Svalikhita-jivani that spanned the period from his birth in 1838 until retirement in 1894. He died in Calcutta on 23 June 1914 at age 75. His remains were interred near Mayapur, West Bengal.
The Bhale Sultan Khanzada are a Muslim community found in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India.
Bhalki is a town, and a taluka, in Bidar district in the state of Karnataka, India.
Bahānds (Devanagari: भांड, Urdu: بھانڈ, Gurmukhi: ਭਾਂਡ) are the traditional folk entertainers of India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Nepal.
Banda Piran(Urdu: بانذه بيران) is a village and a part of Inayatabad Union Council (an administrative subdivision) of Mansehra District in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province (formerly known as the North-West Frontier Province) of Pakistan.
Bharat Jangam, also known as Bharat Mani jangam (Nepali: भरत जङम, born 25 November 1947) is a novelist and freelance journalist from Nepal.
Bharat Rang Mahotsav (भारत रंग महोत्सव) (BRM) or the National Theatre Festival, established in 1999, is the annual theatre festival of National School of Drama (NSD), New Delhi, India's premier theatre training institute of Govt. of India.
Bharati Bhavan Library a Hindi and Urdu public library in Allahabad, India.
The Bharbhunja are a Muslim community found in the states of Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh in India.
Bharosa (Trust) is a 1940 Hindi/Urdu social melodrama film produced and directed by Sohrab Modi.
The Arabi Bhasha Samaram also known as Bhasha Samaram (Malayalam: അറബി ഭാഷാ സമരം, English: Arabic Language Struggle) was a historic struggle led by Indian Union Muslim League and its wings (Muslim Youth League and Muslim Students Federation) against the enactment for eliminating language education in languages like Arabic, Urdu and& Sanskrit from the general education department of Kerala by the E. K. Nayanar–led Communist government in 1980.
Bhatar is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Bardhaman Sadar North subdivision of Purba Bardhaman district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
The Bhatiara are a community, found in North India.
Bhatkal & Sen is a publishing partnership between Mandira Sen and Popular Prakashan.
The Bhat, Bhatt, Bhatta, Bhatra, Bhatrai community, refers to a priest, bard, scribe in Sanskrit, a title given to learned Hindu Brahmins, Sikhs and Muslims with Saraswat Brahmin heritage.
The Bhatti Khanzada of Awadh are a Muslim Rajput community found mainly in the Barabanki district of Uttar Pradesh in India.
Bhavai, also known as Vesha or Swang, is a popular folk theatre form of western India, especially in Gujarat.
Bhavesh Bhatt (Gujarati: ભાવેશ ભટ્ટ) is a Gujarati language ghazal poet from Gujarat, India.
Bhelowal (Urdu, Punjabi: بھیلووال) is a village, union council, and administrative subdivision of Jhelum District (Urdu جہلم) in the Punjab Province of Pakistan.
The Bhikampur and Datawali principality is in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh.
BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) is a mobile app developed by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), based on the Unified Payment Interface (UPI).
Bhimrao Panchale (भीमराव पांचाळे; 30 March 1951) is a noted Marathi.
The Bhishti (Hindustani: भिश्ती, بهِشتی) are a Muslim tribe or biradari found in North India, Pakistan and the Terai region of Nepal.
Bhoe Asal railway station (Urdu and بھوئی اصل ریلوے اسٹیشن) is located in Bhoe Asal village, Kasur district of Punjab province, Pakistan.
Bhojpur district is one of the thirty-eight districts of Bihar state in northern India.
Bhojudih is a census town in Chandankiyari (community development block) in Chas subdivision of Bokaro district in the state of Jharkhand, India.
Bholi Bano is a 2017 Pakistani drama serial directed by Furqan Adam, produced by Mastermind Production and written by Samra Bukhari.
Bhong (Urdu, and بھونگ) is a small town of Rahim Yar Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.
Bhongirpalle is a village and panchayat in Ranga Reddy district, TS, India.
Bhoojo to Jeeto (Urdu/Punjabi:بھوجو تو جیتو) is an Urdu and Punjabi Comedy television show hosted by Aleena Lodhi Haroon that airs at 7:00-8:00 p.m. Thursday through Sunday on Lahore News HD.
Bhool is a 2014 Pakistani soap series that aired on Hum TV.
Bhowrah (also spelt as Bhowra) is a neighbourhood in Dhanbad in Jharkhand state, India.
Bhuli is a neighbourhood in Dhanbad in Jharkhand state, India.
Bhupendra nath Kaushik (भूपेंद्र नाथ कौशिक "फ़िक्र") (7 July 1924 – 27 October 2007) was a Hindi and Urdu language poet, writer and satirist.
Bhura Hayal is a fairly large village in Tehsil Kahuta with a population of 15,000 +. It is located about 10 Kilometers from Chowk Pindori on Thoa Khalsa- Matore Road and it takes about 30 minutes from Rawalpindi to reach this place.
The Bhutta are a community found in Pakistan and India.
Bias based on handedness is bias or design, conscious or not, that is usually unfavorable against people who are left-handed.
Bibbo (1906–1972) was singer-actress working in Hindi/Urdu films.
Bibi means Miss in Urdu and is frequently used as a respectful title for Muslim women in South Asia when added to the given name.
Bibi Amtus Salam (died 29 September 1985) was a social worker and disciple of Mohandas Gandhi who played an active role in combating communal violence in the wake of the Partition of India and in the rehabilitation of refugees who came to India following partition.
Bibi Pāk Dāman (Urdu: بی بی پاکدامن) is the mausoleum of Ruqayyah bint Ali located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Bible Ki Kahaniya (English: Stories from the Bible) is an Indian television program based upon the scriptures from the Bible in Hindustani language.
The Bible Society of India Andhra Pradesh AuxiliaryPrema Sakshi, Volume 6, Issue 4, August 2008.
The Bible Society of India Telangana Auxiliary is located in Secunderabad which was bifurcated from the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh Auxiliary on February 2, 2016.
The modern Hindi language and Urdu language are mutually intelligible in colloquial form, but use different scripts when written, and have mutually unintelligible literary forms.
BibleGateway.com is a website designed to allow easy reading, listening, studying, searching, and sharing of the Christian Bible in many different versions and translations, including English, French, Spanish, and other languages (see below).
Bichhor is a village in Punahana sub-district of Mewat district in Haryana, India.
Bidar also called as Karnatakada Kirita is a hill top city in the north-eastern part of Karnataka state in south India.
Bigg Boss 2 was the 2008 second season of the Indian reality TV programme Bigg Boss.
Bihar is an Indian state considered to be a part of Eastern as well as Northern India.
Bihar Sharif is the headquarters of Nalanda district and the fifth-largest sub-metropolitan area in the eastern Indian state of Bihar.
Urdu Academy, Bihar (Urdu: اردو اکادمی، بہار) is a non-governmental organisation based in Patna, the capital city of the Indian state of Bihar.
Bihari is the western group of Eastern Indo-Aryan languages, mainly spoken in the Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh and also in Nepal.
In the field of literature, Bihar has produced a number of writers of Hindi, including Raja Radhika Raman Prasad Sinha, Acharya Ramlochan Saran, Acharya Shivpujan Sahay, Divakar Prasad Vidyarthy, Ramdhari Singh 'Dinkar', Ram Briksh Benipuri, Phanishwar Nath 'Renu', Gopal Singh "Nepali", Ramesh Chandra Jha and Baba Nagarjun.
Bihari Muslims are people originating and tracing descent from the Indian state of Bihar who practice Islam as their religion.
Bijbehara, also known as Vijeshwara and Vejibyour, is an ancient town and a notable area in south Kashmir.A very densely populated town, located on National Highway NH-1 A, connecting the Kashmir Valley with the rest of India.
Bijbehara railway station is a railway station on the Northern railway network in Anantnag, Jammu and Kashmir.
Bijli may refer to.
Bijnor, is a city and a municipal board in Bijnor district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.
Biju Viswanath is an international Film Director, Director of Photography and Screenwriter.
Bikhra Mera Naseeb is a 2014 Pakistani drama serial directed by Furqan Khan, produced by A&B Entertainment and written by Saima Younus.
The bilabial nasal is a type of consonantal sound used in almost all spoken languages.
Bilal Maqsood (Urdu: بلال مقصود) is a member of Strings, a very popular Pakistani pop band.
Captain Bilal Zafar Abbasi (1982-2009) (Urdu) was a Pakistan Army officer who received Sitara-e-Basalat on the 62nd Independence Day of Pakistan.
Bilari is a city and a municipal board in Moradabad district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.
Bilaspur is a city and tehsil (town) in Rampur district, Uttar Pradesh.
Bilingual education involves teaching academic content in two languages, in a native and secondary language with varying amounts of each language used in accordance with the program model.Bilingual education refers to the utilization of two languages as means of instruction for students and considered part of or the entire school curriculum.
Hong Kong is an officially bilingual territory.
Billawar is a town and a notified area committee in Kathua district of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Billi is a 2000 Pakistani Urdu film directed by Syed Noor starring Meera, Noor and Saima.
Billo De Ghar (بلو دے گھر) is début album by Pakistani pop singer Abrar-ul-Haq.
Bilqees Kaur (بلقيس كور) is a Pakistani drama serial directed by Adnan Ahmad, written by Faiza Iftikhar and produced by Momina Duraid It began airing from 15 April 2012 on Hum TV.
Bilqees Urff Bitto was a Pakistani drama serial first aired on 1 April 2017 on Urdu 1.
Begum Bilquis Sheikh (12 December 1912 – 9 April 1997) was a Pakistani author and Christian missionary.
Bin Roye (بن روۓ; lit: Without Crying), is a Pakistani romantic television serial created by Momina Duraid, based on novel Bin Roye Ansoo by Farhat Ishtiaq and directed by Haissam Hussain and Shahzad Kashmiri.
Bin Roye Ansoo (بن روے آنسو; lit: Tears, Without Crying) is a novella by Pakistani fiction writer Farhat Ishtiaq, published in 2010.
Binod Bihari Verma (1937–2003) was a Maithili writer, doctor and member of the military.
Bioprospecting is the process of discovery and commercialization of new products based on biological resources.
Biratnagar (Devanāgarī: विराटनगर), the of Nepal) is a metropolitan city and the interim capital of the Province No. 1 of Nepal. It is currently the second most densely populated (after Kathmandu) and the fourth most populous city of Nepal, with a population of 240,000. Biratnagar has been the most politically active city of Nepal, gifting a subtotal of five prime ministers along with hosting some of the most revolutionary incidents (the first anti-Rana movement, the first plane hijack, the castle for Nepali Congress, etc.) in the modern history of Nepal. The city has a total area of 29.9 mi² (77.5 km²), a geographical location of 26°28'60"N 87°16'60"E. and is located in the Morang District (in the previous Koshi Zone) of the eastern-most Terai region of Nepal. It lies 399 km east of Nepal's capital, Kathmandu, and 6 km north of the Jogbani border of the Indian state of Bihar. Biratnagar was declared a metropolitan on May 22, 2017 along with Birgunj. It stands to be the third most populated metropolitan city after the urban agglomeration of Kathmandu and the Pokhara Lekhnath. The upgradation to the metropolis was witnessed via the addition of Tankisinuwari and Jahada-3 to the previous submetropolitian, pushing the total population to 240,000 (approx.) from 214,000. The city has been home to the Biratnagar Jute Mills, the first large scale industry of Nepal. Named after King Virata (the in-law of Arjuna), the city serves as the entrance point to a manifold of majestic destinations of Eastern Nepal.
Birni is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Bagodar-Saria subdivision of Giridih district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Birni is a village in Birni CD Block in Bagodar-Saria subdivision of Giridih district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Biryani, also known as biriyani, biriani, birani or briyani, ¨spicy rice¨ is a South Asian mixed rice dish with its origins among the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent.
The Bisati` are a Muslim community, found in North India.
Bishnugarh (also called Bishungarh) is a census town in Bishnugarh CD Block in Hazaribagh Sadar subdivision of Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Bishnugarh, also known as Bishungarh, is a community development block that forms an administrative division in the Hazaribagh Sadar subdivision of Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Bismil Azimabadi (1901 - 1978) was an Urdu poet from Patna, Bihar.
Bismil Saeedi (1901–1977) (بسمل سعیدی), hailing from Tonk, India, in Rajasthan state, was an Urdu poet who mainly wrote ghazals.
Bismillah Chowk (بسم الله چوک.) is one of the neighbourhoods of Baldia Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.
Black and White is a 2008 Indian crime thriller film co-produced and directed by Subhash Ghai.
Black Friday is a 2004 Indian crime drama film written and directed by Anurag Kashyap based on Black Friday – The True Story of the Bombay Bomb Blasts, a book by Hussain Zaidi about the 1993 Bombay bombings.
Blitz, was a popular investigative weekly tabloid newspaper published and edited by Russi Karanjia from Bombay.
It was established as a separate entity in 1974 through the "Sindh Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education" amendment act No.
Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh ('''माध्यमिक शिक्षा मंडल, मध्य प्रदेश'''.) (abbreviated MPBSE) is a board of school education in Madhya Pradesh State of India.
Robert Charles "Bob" Black Jr. (born January 4, 1951) is an American anarchist.
On 7 July 2013 a series of ten bombs exploded in and around the Mahabodhi Temple complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Bodh Gaya, India.
Bodhan is a town in Nizamabad district of the Indian state of Telangana.
Bodla Bahar Urdu (بودلہ بہار) Sindhi (بودلو بهار) was a faithful partisan and devotee of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar.
Bogeyman (usually spelled boogeyman in the U.S.; also spelled bogieman or boogie man; see American and British English spelling differences) is a common allusion to a mythical creature in many cultures used by adults to frighten children into good behaviour.
Bojh is a 2015 Pakistani drama serial directed by Barkat Sidiki which aired on Geo TV on Monday and Tuesday nights at 10:00 p.m beginning 11 May 2015.
Bokaro Thermal is a census town in Bermo block in Bermo subdivision of Bokaro district in the state of Jharkhand, India.
Bol (lit. Speak or word(s)) is a 2011 Pakistani Urdu language social drama film written, directed and produced by Shoaib Mansoor.
Bol is the soundtrack album of the 2011 Urdu-language Pakistani film Bol by Shoaib Mansoor.
Bolachikkalaki village in the southern state of Karnataka, India.
Bolarum is a major suburb of Hyderabad in India.
Hindi cinema, often metonymously referred to as Bollywood, is the Indian Hindi-language film industry, based in the city of Mumbai (formerly Bombay), Maharashtra, India.
Bombax ceiba, like other trees of the genus Bombax, is commonly known as cotton tree.
Bombay and Bandra Bakar Kasai Jamat Mosques Trust (Urdu/Arabic:بکر قصائی جماعت)(Hindi: बकर कसाइ जमात) is a three hundred (300) years old trust public trust based in Mumbai.
The Bombay duck or bummalo, Harpadon nehereus, (Bengali: bamaloh or loytta, Gujarati: બુમલો, Marathi: bombil, Sinhala: බොම්බෙලි, Urdu: بمبل مچھلی) is a lizardfish.
Bombay Hindi, also known as Bambaiya Hindi, Mumbaiyya, or Bombay Hindi-Urdu, is the variety of Hindi-Urdu (Hindustani) spoken in Mumbai (formerly Bombay), India.
Boniyar is a town and a municipal committee in tehsil Boniyar, Baramulla district in India's northernmost state of Jammu and Kashmir.
BookBox, a social enterprise located in Pondicherry, India, created ‘AniBooks’, animated stories for children with the narration appearing on-screen as Same Language Subtitles (SLS).
Boondh (Urdu: بہندھ, literal English translation: "a drop of water") is the second album by the Pakistani pop/rock band Jal, released on 14 December 2007, three years after the release of Aadat.
Boota from Toba Tek Singh (بوٹا فرام ٹوبہ ٹیک سنگھ) was a 1999 Pakistani drama serial.
Borunsi (خاکهای نرم کوشک) is a selection of memoirs written by the family and friends of Abd-al-Hussain Borunsi, the commander of the 18th Brigade of Javadolaemeh during the Iran–Iraq War.
Bowenpally or Boinpally (Spelled as Bo-in-palli) is a suburb in Secunderabad, India.
The Bradford City stadium fire occurred during an English League Third Division fixture between Bradford City and Lincoln City on Saturday, 11 May 1985, killing 56 and injuring at least 265. The Valley Parade stadium, long-established home to Bradford City Football Club, was known for its antiquated design and facilities, including the wooden roof of the main stand. Warnings had been given about a major build-up of litter just below the seats. The stand had been officially condemned and was due for demolition. The match against Lincoln City had started in a celebratory atmosphere, with the home-team receiving the Football League Third Division trophy. At 3.40 p.m., a small fire was reported by TV commentator John Helm, but in less than four minutes, in windy conditions, it had engulfed the whole stand, trapping some people in their seats. In the panic that ensued, fleeing crowds had to break down locked exits to escape, and many were burnt to death at the turnstiles, which were also locked. There were many cases of heroism, with more than 50 people receiving police awards or commendations. The disaster led to new safety standards in UK football grounds, including the banning of new wooden grandstands. Bradford City continues to support the Burns Unit at Bradford Royal Infirmary as its official charity.
The Bradford West by-election was a by-election in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom constituency of Bradford West, which was held on Thursday 29 March 2012.
Brahmapur (ब्रह्मपुर) is a city in the Buxar district of Bihar.
Hussain Sha (September 9, 1905 – September 24, 1981) was the seventh head of Sri Viswa Viznana Vidya Adhyatmika Peetham in Pithapuram. He was born in Rajahmundry, East Godavari District. He succeeded his father, Kavisekhara Dr Umar Alisha Sathguru. He completed his primary education at Pithapuram and passed the Final Arts course from National College in Machilipatnam. He was a scholar in Telugu, Arabic, Urdu, Persian and Sanskrit. Sha and his wife Ajeemunnisa Begum had four sons and four daughters. Prior to assuming the charge as Peethadhipathi (Head of the Institution), his main occupation was farming. Drawing on that knowledge, he made a celestial herbal medicine Devadaru. Hussain Sha had taken up preaching of the Peetham’s philosophy from February 10, 1945. He delivered Divine spiritual messages at many villages and cities of Andhra Pradesh to propagate Jnanayoga (Yoga of Supreme Knowledge) and Bhaktiyoga (Yoga of Devotion). He died in Pithapuram, East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh, India. Hussain Sha Sadhguru also known for his great philosophy. In SHA TATWAM he has explained many things about the Miraculous Brilliant Divine Light and how the man should behave.
Brahmavara is a main road town on NH 66 (formerly NH 17), located north of the Udupi in Karnataka, India. It has been mentioned "Lord Brahma's Vara or Ajapura". It is an ancient cultural centre of the Coastal Karnataka being adjacent to Barkur.
Brampton is a city in the Canadian province of Ontario.
Breswana is a remote Himalayan village in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir, located above sea level.
Bridges TV was a Muslim television network.
Brij Narayan Chakbast, also spelled, Brij Narain Chakbast, (बृज नारायण चकबस्त, برج نارائن چکبست) was an Urdu poet.
The British Army during the Victorian era served through a period of great technological and social change.
British Asians (also referred as South Asians in the United Kingdom, Asian British people or Asian Britons) are persons of South Asian descent who reside in the United Kingdom.
British Columbia (BC; Colombie-Britannique) is the westernmost province of Canada, located between the Pacific Ocean and the Rocky Mountains.
British Indians (also Indian British or Indian Britons) are citizens of the United Kingdom (UK) whose ancestral roots lie in India.
The British Mirpuri community comprises people in the United Kingdom who originate from the Mirpur District in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan.
The British Overseas School (BOS) is a selective coeducational, British school in Karachi, Pakistan, which offers classes ranging from Pre-Nursery through to IGCSE.
British Pakistanis (پاکستانی نژاد برطانوی; also known as Pakistani British people or Pakistani Britons) are citizens or residents of the United Kingdom whose ancestral roots lie in Pakistan.
British Punjabis are British citizens or residents who are of Punjabi origin.
The British Raj (from rāj, literally, "rule" in Hindustani) was the rule by the British Crown in the Indian subcontinent between 1858 and 1947.
British Sindhis are British citizens or residents who are of Sindhi origin.
British in Pakistan (برطانوی باشندے) consist of British people and their descendants who emigrated from the United Kingdom.
Brkhera Basantpur urf Dayanathpur Village is near a distance of from the national capital, New Delhi and 370 km north-west of the state capital Lucknow.
In linguistics, a broken plural (or internal plural) is an irregular plural form of a noun or adjective found in the Semitic languages and other Afroasiatic languages such as Berber.
Brooklyn is the most populous borough of New York City, with a census-estimated 2,648,771 residents in 2017.
Brossard (or;, or) is a municipality in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada and is part of the Greater Montreal area.
Brown is a composite color.
Brown Sahib is a term used to refer to natives of South Asia who imitate Western—typically English—lifestyle.
Bryant Neal Vinas (born December 4, 1983; also Ibrahim, Bashir al-Ameriki and Ben Yameen al-Kanadeeis) is a Hispanic Muslim American convicted of participating in and supporting Al-Qaeda plots in Afghanistan and the U.S.Rashbaum, William K. and Souad Mekhennet.. New York Times July 22, 2009 After converting to Islam in 2004, he traveled to Waziristan, Pakistan in 2007 with the intention of meeting and joining a jihadist group to fight U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan. He was accepted into al-Qaeda and received training in general combat and military explosives. He also volunteered detailed information about the operation of the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) system to a senior al-Qaeda leader to help plan a bomb attack on an LIRR commuter train in New York's Penn Station. Subsequently, he participated in two al-Qaeda rocket attacks on U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan in September 2008. He was captured by Pakistani forces in 2008 and transferred to FBI custody. In January 2009, he pleaded guilty to all three charges against him. After cooperating with law enforcement and testifying in two European terrorism trials, Vinas was sentenced in May 2017 to three months in prison additionally to the time that he had already served. He will remain under tight supervision for the rest of his life.
Shaikh Sharafuddeen Bu Ali Qalandar Panipati also called Bu Ali Qalandar (1209-1324 CE probably born at Panipat, Haryana) in India was a Sufi saint of the Chishtī Order who lived and taught in India.
Buchpora (Urdu) (Kashmiri)is a town on the outskirts of Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Budaun (also spelled as Badaun, formerly Vodamayuta) is a city and a seat of Budaun district, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Badaun Metro Area is termed as the region of Uttar Pradesh, India, comprising Badaun City and adjoining settlements of Shekhupur, Baheri, Ginaura, Naushera, Islamganj, Chandpur, Khera, Padauna.
Buddha Goraya / Budha Goraya / Budha Guraya / Urdu: بڈھاگورائیہ is a developing village in Gujranwala District, Punjab, Pakistan.goraya is jat caste.
Budgam is a town and a notified area committee in Budgam district in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, India.
Budgam District is a district of the state of Jammu and Kashmir in India.
Budgam Railway Station is a station on Northern Railway Network of Indian Railways.
Budha graha (बुध) is a Sanskrit word that connotes the planet Mercury.
Budhal Tehsil is a town and a notified area committee in the Rajouri District of Jammu and Kashmir.
Budho railway station (Urdu and بودھو ریلوے اسٹیشن) is located in Budho village, Rawalpindi district of Punjab province, Pakistan.
Budmash alternately Badmaash, is a term for a notorious person, used in colloquial as well as formal Hindi, Urdu or Persian, Often the term is also used in an endearing way within family and friends to imply playful notoriety.
Buland Darwaza (बुलंद दरवाज़ा, بُلند دروازه), or the "Gate of victory", was built in 1575 A.D. by Akbar to commemorate his victory over Gujarat.
Bulandi (بلندی) is a 1990 Pakistani Urdu feature film, directed by Javed Fazil.
Bulbulay (بلبلے, English: Bubbles) is a family sitcom about an unconventional Pakistani family.
Syed Abdullah Shah Qadri (سید عبداللہ شاہ قادری), popularly known as Bulleh Shah, was a Mughal-era Punjabi Islamic philosopher and Sufi poet.
"Bulleya" (Urdu: بللیہ, literal English translation: "Oh! Bulleh Shah") is a song by the Pakistani sufi rock band Junoon, released in 1999.
Buner District (د بونیر ولسوالی) is a district of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.