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Guyz,
I had notes from Sir Hamza and Sir Junaid Akhtar, their was spelling, grammer errors. Added to this, were some points missing. So, I compiled them all up. In WORD document for Section 1 and 2 Only, because I had time for that only...... I used:

  • Notes by Sir Hamza Muhammad, 2010-11
  • Notes by Sir Junaid Akhtar
  • XtremePapers Community (Ref. Pakistan Studies threads), visit www.xtremepapers.com/community for more information
  • Notes by Sir Asadullah Babur
  • ‘PAKISTAN STUDIES: IDEOLOGICAL BASIS OF PAKISTAN’
  • Pakistan Studies 2059, A Quick revision document to be used in conjunction with Nigel Kelly’s book by SOT Zaidi
  • The History and Culture of Pakistan By Nigel Kelly
  • The History and Culture of Pakistan Skill’s Book By Nigel Kelly
  • Oxford Pakistan Studies
  • Wikipedia Resources
  • Lectures by Muhammad Shahid Anwer, (With reference to ‘Story of Pakistan’)
  • Word Treasury (MS 2013-14)
  • Notes by Ayesha Babur

And this Beatiful Compilation was done...........
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Thanks but I think there are still factual errors. Like at one place it says,
Why the British took over on EIC?
o The company became bankrupt.
o It lost its monopoly. Other companies wanted to share the Indian trading monopoly.
o British government achieved its purpose of capturing the subcontinent by blaming EIC of
War of Independence.

o India Act 1858 abolished the company and the British government took over the
company’s assets.

The War of Independence took place in 1857, and in 1773, the British passed the Act of Parliament that required EIC to give good conduct to the Indians, and in 1784 it passed the India Act and took direct control of India's affairs
 
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Thanks but I think there are still factual errors. Like at one place it says,
Why the British took over on EIC?
o The company became bankrupt.
o It lost its monopoly. Other companies wanted to share the Indian trading monopoly.
o British government achieved its purpose of capturing the subcontinent by blaming EIC of
War of Independence.

o India Act 1858 abolished the company and the British government took over the
company’s assets.

The War of Independence took place in 1857, and in 1773, the British passed the Act of Parliament that required EIC to give good conduct to the Indians, and in 1784 it passed the India Act and took direct control of India's affairs
Nope according to 1784 act, EIC must govern GOOD else, British would toook over, which they did so in 1858, AFTER WOI
 
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Nope according to 1784 act, EIC must govern GOOD else, British would toook over, which they did so in 1858, AFTER WOI
No they did not. Why did Indians cause a revolt then; against the EIC? In 1784, the British introduced a Viceroy, Commander-in-chief, set up the legal system.etc. They also made English the international language in 1833. Now only a government can do that, not a company. They annexed Sindh and all those areas and what about the Doctrine of Lapse; wasn't that also set up by the British government?
 
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No they did not. Why did Indians cause a revolt then; against the EIC? In 1784, the British introduced a Viceroy, Commander-in-chief, set up the legal system.etc. They also made English the international language in 1833. Now only a government can do that, not a company. They annexed Sindh and all those areas and what about the Doctrine of Lapse; wasn't that also set up by the British government?
oHHOHHH! How I MISSED THAT ?????????????????? :mad::mad:
 
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Guyz,
I had notes from Sir Hamza and Sir Junaid Akhtar, their was spelling, grammer errors. Added to this, were some points missing. So, I compiled them all up. In WORD document for Section 1 and 2 Only, because I had time for that only...... I used:

  • Notes by Sir Hamza Muhammad, 2010-11
  • Notes by Sir Junaid Akhtar
  • XtremePapers Community (Ref. Pakistan Studies threads), visit www.xtremepapers.com/community for more information
  • Notes by Sir Asadullah Babur
  • ‘PAKISTAN STUDIES: IDEOLOGICAL BASIS OF PAKISTAN’
  • Pakistan Studies 2059, A Quick revision document to be used in conjunction with Nigel Kelly’s book by SOT Zaidi
  • The History and Culture of Pakistan By Nigel Kelly
  • The History and Culture of Pakistan Skill’s Book By Nigel Kelly
  • Oxford Pakistan Studies
  • Wikipedia Resources
  • Lectures by Muhammad Shahid Anwer, (With reference to ‘Story of Pakistan’)
  • Word Treasury (MS 2013-14)
  • Notes by Ayesha Babur

And this Beatiful Compilation was done...........
Hope it Helps. Be sure to Follow me

Asad

Awesome12, ***amd***, Sijda, @Knushaw, Nibz, badrobot14, SalmanPakRocks, faizan Muhmmmad, funky brat, asadalam, muhammadali233, sweetie pie ............
Be sure to share this post......................
Nibz, SalmanPakRocks, can I get a sticky?
admirable work Asad, :)
but this document is more like a detailed book at some places, and like brief notes at others. and there is also a need to add more of info.
like ( i didnt read the whole of book thoroughly, but I would suggest you to add) in the works of Iqbal, and perhaps Rehmat Ali too, u forgot to write...
  • he attended RTDs
  • he called back the MAJOR leader of Pakistan movement, Jinnah, when he went to exile from politics after 2nd RTC.
i'll suggest more of stuff later In Shaa Allah.
 
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admirable work Asad, :)
but this document is more like a detailed book at some places, and like brief notes at others. and there is also a need to add more of info.
like ( i didnt read the whole of book thoroughly, but I would suggest you to add) in the works of Iqbal, and perhaps Rehmat Ali too, u forgot to write...
  • he attended RTDs
  • he called back the MAJOR leader of Pakistan movement, Jinnah, when he went to exile from politics after 2nd RTC.
i'll suggest more of stuff later In Shaa Allah.
Thanks, will soon try........ But you know what? in the RTDs cHapter, it is in detail....... And I thought it is not required to be repeated....... BTW, thanks for compliment bro :) ;)
 
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