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Urdu, Conversational: Learn to Speak and Understand Urdu with Pimsleur Language Programs
28 September 2010

Urdu, Conversational: Learn to Speak and Understand Urdu with Pimsleur Language Programs
Urdu, Conversational: Learn to Speak and Understand Urdu with Pimsleur Language Programs
Video Traning | 904.34 MB
Urdu, Conversational: Learn to Speak and Understand Urdu with Pimsleur Language Programs 16 Lessons edition.
Teach Yourself Complete Urdu
14 February 2013

Teach Yourself Complete Urdu
Teach Yourself Complete Urdu

Complete Urdu: A Teach Yourself Guide provides you with a clear and comprehensive approach to Urdu, so you can progress quickly from the basics to understanding, speaking, and writing Urdu with confidence.

Within each of the 17 thematic chapters, important language structures are introduced through life-like dialogues.
You'll learn grammar in a gradual manner so you won't be overwhelmed by this tricky subject.
Exercises accompany the texts and reinforce learning in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
This program also features current cultural information boxes that reflect recent changes in society.
Colloquial Urdu The Complete Course For Beginners
14 February 2013

Colloquial Urdu The Complete Course For Beginners
Colloquial Urdu The Complete Course For Beginners

Colloquial Urdu provides a step-by-step course in Urdu as it is written and spoken today. Combining a user-friendly approach with a thorough treatment of the language, it equips learners with the essential skills needed to communicate confidently and effectively in Urdu in a broad range of situations. No prior knowledge of the language is required.
Pakistan: A Hard Country
30 September 2011

Pakistan: A Hard Country

Pakistan: A Hard Country

2011 | 592 | ISBN: 1610390210 | EPUB + PDF | 4 MB + 6 Mb

Lieven Chechnya, who has reported on Pakistan off and on for 20 years, offers a compelling argument for reorienting Western interests and investments in its wars in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Given its enormous population six times that of Afghanistan, the key role Pakistani intelligence plays in Western efforts against terrorism, the strong ties between Pakistan and Western countries especially Britain, and the fact that Pakistan's army is one of Asia's strongest complete with nuclear weapons, Lieven writes, "Pakistan is quite simply far more important to the region, the West and the world than is Afghanistan: a statement which is a matter not of sentiment but of mathematics." His extensive history and cartography of the country comes equipped with solid policy prescriptions—for drone attacks to be ceased and for the U.S. to acknowledge how powerfully the bungled invasion of Afghanistan contributed to instability in the region—and particularly the growth of the Taliban. Though his language can occasionally be patronizing, Lieven's writing is generally excellent. He wrestles huge amounts of material into a coherent whole, cogently explaining the intricate and interconnected roles played by kinship, regional allegiances, religion, and the military, shedding light on the country "in all its complex patchwork of light and shadow." ...
BBC - Secret Pakistan 1of2 Double Cross (2011) PDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
8 February 2012

BBC - Secret Pakistan 1of2 Double Cross (2011) PDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
BBC - Secret Pakistan 1of2 Double Cross (2011) PDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
Language: English
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Genre: Documentary

In May 2011, US Special Forces shot and killed Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan. Publicly Pakistan is one of America's closest allies - yet every step of the operation was kept secret from it. Filmed largely in Pakistan and Afghanistan, this two-part documentary series explores how a supposed ally stands accused by top CIA officers and Western diplomats of causing the deaths of thousands of coalition soldiers in Afghanistan. It is a charge denied by Pakistan's military establishment, but the documentary makers meet serving Taliban commanders who describe the support they get from Pakistan in terms of weapons, training and a place to hide. This first episode investigates signs of duplicity that emerged after 9/11 and disturbing intelligence reports after Britain's forces entered Helmand in 2006.
BBC - Secret Pakistan 2of2 Backlash (2011) PDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
8 February 2012

BBC - Secret Pakistan 2of2 Backlash (2011) PDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
BBC - Secret Pakistan 2of2 Backlash (2011) PDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
Language: English
00:59:01 | 832x468 | x264 - 1250Kbps | 25.000fps | AAC - 128Kbps | 619MB
Genre: Documentary

Part 2 reveals how Britain and America discovered compelling evidence that Pakistan was secretly helping the Taliban and concluded they had been double-crossed. It tells the story of how under President Obama the US has waged a secret war against Pakistan. Taliban commanders tell the film makers that to this day Pakistan shelters and arms them, and helps them kill Western troops - indeed one recently captured suicide bomber alleges he was trained by Pakistani intelligence. Chillingly, the film also reveals that, based on some evidence, Pakistani intelligence stands accused of sabotaging possible peace talks. Pakistan denies these charges, but relations between Pakistan and America now verge on hostility.
The Rough Guide to Hindi & Urdu Dictionary Phrasebook
4 December 2010

The Rough Guide to Hindi & Urdu Dictionary Phrasebook
The Rough Guide to Hindi & Urdu Dictionary Phrasebook
R G | 240 pages | English | 2006 | ISBN: 1843536463 | PDF | 10 MB

Let the Rough Guide Hindi & Urdu Phrasebook help you to make some new foreign friends. Laid out in a clear A-Z style, this fully-revised, pocket-sized phrasebook will have you speaking the language even before you step off the plane. Whether you want to book a hotel room, practise your haggling skills at the local market, or simply sample the local beer, the 16-pages of additional scenario material will help you in all manner of situations. Recorded by native Hindi & Urdu speakers, the scenarios are available as downloadable audio files either to your computer or iPod – perfect for practicing your pronunciation. The phrasebook also includes a detailed grammar section and a helpful menu and drinks list reader to help you order the right dish. With this phrasebook in your back pocket you are sure to have a good trip – khAriyat se jaye!
Hidden Hands and Divided Landscapes: A Penal History of Singapore's Plural Society
22 November 2011

Hidden Hands and Divided Landscapes: A Penal History of Singapore's Plural Society

Hidden Hands and Divided Landscapes: A Penal History of Singapore's Plural Society

2009 | 354 | ISBN: 0824833546 , 0824832213 | PDF | 3 Mb

Two parallel themes, of the colonial city as a model of pluralism and of the colonial prison as its primary testing ground, intersect in the writing of this book. The interlinking of two otherwise self-contained approaches to history is its original contribution. Conceptually, this book proposes that notions of social, cultural, or political division were introduced into the colonial dual city and that a “dialogic” urban environment emerged.1 Some of the complexities of a heterogeneous social and political context are examined without reducing this topic to the familiar binaries found in colonial literature. This book examines how a plural political system aimed at managing diverse ethnic communities, in the larger material context of a colonial urban project, was first imagined and tested through the colonial prison. It reviews the period during which the Straits Settlements functioned as an Indian presidency, 1825–1867, and as a penal settlement for transported Indian convicts, 1825–1873, thus revisiting Singapore’s urban history through the lens of coerced labor (see Appendix A). Consequently, specific attention is paid to a racial minority that has often remained on the margins of both colonial and national discourse and through whom specific discursive claims can be tested. This strategy of reading the center from the margins allies this book with well-tested approaches in postcolonial studies....
National Geographic Channel - Don't Tell My Mother I'm In Pakistan (2008) WS PDTV XviD-Ekolb
20 August 2010

National Geographic Channel - Don't Tell My Mother I'm In Pakistan (2008) WS PDTV XviD-Ekolb


National Geographic Channel - Don't Tell My Mother I'm In Pakistan (2008) WS PDTV XviD-Ekolb
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Genre: Documentary


The Economist called Pakistan "the worlds most dangerous place." Get ready to see Pakistan like you've never imagined it before with Diego. Pakistan proves to be very diverse when Diego experiences a school, Karachi, a TV show hosted by a cross-dressing man, and a five-star hotel.
Pakistan: A Personal History by Imran Khan
28 April 2012

Pakistan: A Personal History by Imran Khan


The fascinating story of Pakistan, seen through the eyes of its most famous son, Imran Khan. Born only five years after Pakistan was created in 1947, Imran Khan has lived his country's history.