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  2. Fitoor (TV series) - Wikipedia

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    22 September 2021. ( 2021-09-22) Fitoor ( Urdu: فتور, lit. 'obsession/madness') is a 2021 Pakistani television series, directed by Siraj-ul-Haque and written by Zanjabeel Asim Shah. It was produced by Abdullah Kadwani and Asad Qureshi under their banner 7th Sky Entertainment. [1] It premiered on 14 January 2021 on Geo Entertainment.

  3. Dhoka (TV series) - Wikipedia

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    7 November. ( 2023-11-07) –. 22 December 2023. ( 2023-12-22) Dhoka is a 2023 Pakistani television series written by Mehak Nawab, and directed by Kashif Saleem who co-produced it along with Amjad Arif. [1] It originally aired on ARY Digital from 7 November to 22 December 2023. [2] [3]

  4. National Language Promotion Department - Wikipedia

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    The National Language Promotion Department (Urdu: اِدارۀ فروغِ قومی زُبان Idāra-ē Farōġ-ē Qaumī Zabān [ɪ.ˈd̪aː.rə.eː fə.ˈroːɣ.eː ˈqɔː.mi zə.ˈbaːn]), formerly known as the National Language Authority (or Urdu Language Authority), is an autonomous regulatory institution established in 1979 to support the advancement and promotion of Urdu, which is the ...

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    Call paid premium support at 1-800-358-4860 to get live expert help from AOL Customer Care. Learn how to download and install or uninstall the Desktop Gold software and if your computer meets the system requirements.

  6. Story of Pakistan — English website that presents history and historical figures of Pakistan; Tareekh-e-PakistanUrdu website that presents history and historical figures of Pakistan; Sources for reviews (Films, Music, TV, Books) Bobby's Pakoras & Reviews — Film reviews; Nigar Magazine — Weekly magazine about Pakistani films and showbiz

  7. Urdu Wikipedia - Wikipedia

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    The Urdu Wikipedia (Urdu: اردو ویکیپیڈیا), started in January 2004, is the Standard Urdu-language edition of Wikipedia, a free, open-content encyclopedia. As of 8 June 2024, it has 206,969 articles, 180,424 registered users and 14,395 files, and it is the 54th largest edition of Wikipedia by article count, and ranks 20th in terms of depth among Wikipedias with over 150,000 articles.

  8. List of Pakistani spices - Wikipedia

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    Download as PDF; Printable version; Pakistani spices (Urdu: پاکستانی مصالحے) The following is a ...

  9. Languages of Pakistan - Wikipedia

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    Urdu is the national language and the lingua franca of Pakistan, and while sharing official status with English, it is the preferred and dominant language used for inter-communication between different ethnic groups. [3] [4] Numerous regional languages are spoken as first languages by Pakistan's various ethnolinguistic groups.