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Symbols Of Pakistan - National Anthem
... The national anthem of Pakistan or Qaumī Tarāna (Urdu قومى ترانہ), is played during any event involving the hoisting of the flag, for example ... The Constituent Assembly had not adopted a national anthem by the time Pakistan became independent, so when the flag was hoisted at the independence ... a Lahore-based Hindu writer, Jagan Nath Azad, to write a national anthem for Pakistan ...
Mahmood Ali
... Syed Mahmood Ali (1928–2008) Urduسید محمود علی was a Pakistani radio, television and stage artist ... Ali began his career with the All India Radio in 1945 ... He migrated to Pakistan after partition, arriving in Lahore in 1947 ...
Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation - Regional and International Stations - Balochistan
... Radio Pakistan AM750 Quetta Radio Pakistan AM1580 Sibi Radio Pakistan AM560 Khuzdar Radio Pakistan AM1580 Turbat FM101 Quetta FM101 Gwadar ...
List Of Radio Channels In Pakistan - Islamabad (Capital)
... Aaj FM 24/7 online web radio Pakistani Internet Radio station - 24/7 Pakistan's first High Definition radio station broadcasting online from around the world The FM Corner listen web fm with more ... Radio Asia Live The Heart Beat of Asia, The Biggest Radio Channel of Pakistan which represent to Asian Community] Nine six International Radio Network Sunrise Radio ... Radio - Pashto An all English Channel of Pakistan FM 94 The Voice of AIOU FM 91.6 Islamabad The Voice of RIU FM 102.2 Islamabad Flar FM 99 Kasur The Twist Radio, Pakistan's first High Definition ...
Abdul Latif (songwriter) - Biography
... He went to Dhaka in July 1948 and joined Radio Pakistan the next month as a regular artist ... In early ’48, when I came to Dhaka and started working in Radio Pakistan, I sang a line one day that I had heard in my village in my childhood “O, my mother, I don’t like my dark husband ... Amin Uddin Year of work for music at Radio Pakistan 1948 ...

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