Tahqeeqi Jareeda is an Urdu research and critical inquiry journal, published by the Department of Urdu, GC Women University, Sialkot, Pakistan. The first issue was published in January 2017. It is printing bi-annually. The unpublished research-based articles in the context of Urdu language and literature as well as other local languages are included in Tahqeeqi Jareeda. Articles are sent to the experts for judgment and opinion before publication. It is registered in MLA directory of periodicals and registration with some other international database agencies like Ulrich, EBSCO etc in progress.
The Aim and Goal of Tahqeeqi Jareeda is to promote quality research in areas of Urdu language and literature as well as other local languages. The major features of Tahqeeqi Jareeda are unpublished research works about Urdu classical text, manuscripts and artifacts as well as the modern critical thoughts and ideas, issues of language, linguistics and quality research of poetry.
The Objective of Tahqeeqi Jareeda is standardization of Urdu and local languages research and criticism particularly in Universities. The journal facilitates publication of the Urdu researchers and scholars in universities of Pakistan and abroad, their research projects under the defined procedures and guidelines. Researchers and scholars of Urdu and other local languages outside universities can also send their research articles. Tahqeeqi Jareeda strictly follows the rules and regulations set by HEC for journals.
Tahqeeqi Jareeda considers all manuscripts, book reviews, review articles and commentaries related to any aspect of Urdu language and literature as well as other local languages in the region. Research and critical works from Language, Linguistics and Literature perspectives are welcomed for submission, however, all submissions must be written in Urdu only. The journal does not entertain any kind of submissions in any languages other than Urdu.
The mission of Tahqeeqi Jareeda is standardization of Urdu and local languages research and criticism particularly in Universities. We need to patronize and work for our National and regional languages and there can be no better way than focusing on research works which can provide authentic data to promote our languages and culture. The journal facilitates publication of the Urdu researchers and scholars in universities of Pakistan and abroad, their research projects under the defined procedures and guidelines. Researchers and scholars of Urdu and other local languages outside universities can also send their research articles. Tahqeeqi Jareeda strictly follows the rules and regulations set by HEC for journals.
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|Volume 5 – Issue 1 – 2021 (January – June 2021)|
|01||New Historicism & its Background and Forthground||Beenish Fatima, Prof. Dr. Rubina Shahnaz||2521-8204|
|02||Gulzar as Translator||Bushra Ilum-ud-Din, Dr. Tahira Iqbal||2521-8204|
|03||Correction of Urdu Script – Analytical and Critical Review||Haroon, Dr. Arshad Awaisi||2521-8204|
|04||Research and Linguistic Review of the Dictionary – Scientific trial of objections on the first volume||Dr. Anila Saleem||2521-8204|
|05||Poetic Aesthetics in Women’s Urdu Poetry||Samina Siddiqui||2521-8204|
|06||Post-Colonial Theory and Urdu Criticism||Muhammad Amanullah Khan, Dr. Naheed Qamar||2521-8204|
|07||Impact of Urdu Fiction in Real Life and Dreams||Adnan Mehmood Siddiqui, Dr Nazar Khaleeq||2521-8204|
|08||Post-Colonial Perspective of Alienation and Rashid’s Poem||Muhammad Ilyas, Prof. Dr. Mumtaz Khan Kalyani||2521-8204|
|09||Tragic Elements in Altaf Fatima’s Novel “Chalta Musafir”||Rizwana Safdar, Dr. Saira Batool, Professor. Dr. Muhammad Ahmed Qadri||2521-8204|
|10||Urdu Ghazal in the Context of Style: A Review||Zulfiqar Ali, Prof. Dr. Aqila Bashir, Dr. Farzan Kokab||2521-8204|
|11||National Thoughts of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan||Dr. Asma Amanat||2521-8204|
|12||Impacts of Iqbal on Mushtaq Ahmad Yousufi’s Prose||Muhammad Shahbaz||2521-8204|
|13||Elements of progressivism in Zaheer Kashmiri’s Essays||Fiaz Ahmed, Dr. Gulshan Tariq||2521-8204|
|14||Principled Discussions of National Lyricism||Farzana Khudarzai, Prof. Dr. Khalid Mehmood Khattak||2521-8204|
|15||Ahmed Nadeem Qasimi’s Ghazal Colour and Harmony||Shahab Safdar, Dr. Arshad Mahmood Nashad||2521-8204|
|16||Ascension of Humanity (In the context of Islamic Teachings & Thoughts)||Dr. Muhammad Arshad/ Dr. Naseem Mehmood||2521-8204|
|17||Urdu Ironic and Comic Poetry and Poetic Glossary/Phrases of Afzal Paras with Reference to the Book, “Pappu Yar Tang na Kar”||Saadia Iftikhar/ Dr Saima Nazir||2521-8204|
|18||Humanism in the Short stories of Masood Mufti||Dr. Sumaira Akbar/ Dr. Abdul Aziz Malik||2521-8204|
|19||Majeed Amjad: A Modern Poet with a Unique Accent||Dr. Muhammad Nasir Afridi, Dr. Raheela Khurshid||2521-8204|
|20||After the Creation of Pakistan, Professor Karrar Hussain As Cultural Critic: Research and Analysis||Dr. Nabeel Ahmed Nabeel, Dr. Sher Ali||2521-8204|
|21||The Urdu Ghazal of Atish and the Means of Survival||Nasim Akhtar||2521-8204|
|22||Request and Appeal in Hafeez Taib’s Natiya Shahr Ashob||Nazia Akram, Dr. Humaira Irshad||2521-8204|
|23||Urdu Criticism in Azad Kashmir- An Analytical Study||Dr. Muhammad Javed Khan, Dr. Muhammad Gulfraz Abbasi, Dr. Muhammad Masood Abbasi||2521-8204|
|24||Akhtar ul Eman Poetic Aesthetics||Asif Ali, Dr .Khalid Nadeem||2521-8204|
|25||Allama Iqbal’s Theory of Nationality and Patriotism: In Theory and in the Indian Context||Dr. Ghulam Asghar, Dr. Liaqat Ali||2521-8204|
|26||Translation Knowledge in the Context of Urdu Literature||Shakeel Ahmed Khan, Prof. Dr. Fouzia Aslam||2521-8204|
|Volume 4 – Issue 2 – 2020 (July-December 2020)|
|01||Free Verse and Contemporary Sensitivity (Three Selected Voices)||Abu Bakar Saddique/Dr Naeem Mazhar||2521-8204|
|02||Analysis of the Criticism of “Fasana-e-Ajaib”||Samina Saif/ Dr. Nasima Rehman||2521-8204|
|03||Prominent Religious Roles of Akbar Alaabadi||Nasim Akhtar/ Dr. Rabia Sarfraz||2521-8204|
|04||Academically Signification of Malfozati Literature of Urdu: A Research Study||Hafiza Sundas Hanif/ Dr. Muhammad Asif Awan||2521-8204|
|05||The Role of Punjab Police in The Promotion of Urdu Literature||Amir Manzoor/ Dr. Muhammad Waseem Anjum/ Dr.Anwar Ali||2521-8204|
|06||Poem “Hasan Kozagar” and Iranian Culture||Zia Ur Rehman/Dr. Rukhshanda Murad||2521-8204|
|07||Problems of Research in Urdu Literature||Muhammad Ramzan/ Dr. Ambreen Tabassum Shakir Jaan||2521-8204|
|08||Qazi Abdul Wadud’s research concepts||Malik Muhammad Tauqer Ahmad / Dr. Arshad Mehmood Nashad||2521-8204|
|09||Allama Iqbal’s Concept of the Self and Objectives of Life||Muhammad Nasir Afridi/Dr. Tehseen Bibi/ Dr,Rukhsana Bloach||2521-8204|
|10||Historical, political and literary backgrounds of the most recent: In the context of Urdu||Dr. Nabeel Ahmed Nabeel/Dr. Sher Ali||2521-8204|
|11||Blank Verse the representative genre of Western poetry – with early examples||Dr.Mamuna Subhani/Nargis Bano||2521-8204|
|12||The Symbolic Moral and Religious Signs of Eagle and Vulture in Iqbal’s Poems.||Ayesha Wajid/ Dr. Farhat Jabeen Virk/||2521-8204|
|13||The study of geographical beauty in Urdu short story of KPK||Ajmal Khan/ Professor Dr. Rubina Shanaz||2521-8204|
|14||The Concept of Freedom and Urdu Poem: Modern Perspective||Dr. M. Khawar Nawazish/Dr. Naseem Abbas Ahmar||2521-8204|
|15||A multi-part study of the poetry of the Fehmida Riaz||Dr. Humaira Ashfaq||2521-8204|
|16||Theoretical Discussions of Ghazal in ” DUYAZAD”||Ahsan Ali Khan/ Dr. Tariq Mehmood Hashmi||2521-8204|
|17||Analysis of Altaf Fatima’s Novel “Nishaan e Mehfil”.||Sadia Riaz/ Dr. Azmat Rubab||2521-8204|
|18||Prosaic style of Mulana Zafar Ali khan||Abrar Mughal/ Dr.Abdul Wajid Tabbsim/ Prof. Dr.Humaira Irshad/||2521-8204|
|19||Qisa negare Ka fan aur matbuaa tableghe karguzaryaon Ka aadabe jayeza||Sajid Ghani/ Dr. Salman Ali||2521-8204|
|20||Comparative study of the policy of Urdu Newspapers Jang, Nawa-i-Waqt and Express during Pakistan General Elections 2018||Dr. Shabbir Sarwar/ Khurram Shahzad/ Hafiz Usman Ali||2521-8204|
|21||Evolution of Urdu: Analysis of a Language from Controversies to Stability||Safia Siddiqui/ Kanza Javaid/ Nazia Suleman||2521-8204|
|22||Syllabic Structure of English Borrowings in Urdu||Shereen Ahmed/ Dr. Behzad Anwar/ Dr. Aleem Shakir||2521-8204|
|Volume 4 – Issue 1 – 2020 (January – June 2020)|
|01||A Notable and Rare Travelogue in Urdu||Dr. Arshad Mahmood Nashad||2521-8204|
|02||Qaumi Raway ki Tashkil, Afkar-e-Quid aur Urdu||Dr. Mushtaq Adil/ Allah Yar Saqib||2521-8204|
|03||Urdu short story and two spiritual expressionists of Punjab: Ahmad N. Qasmi and Mansha Yad (A Comparative Analysis)||Dr. Muhammad Khawar Nawazish||2521-8204|
|04||Thematic Study of Pakistani and Indian Prose Poem: Commanalities and Dissimilarities||Mahnaz Anjum||2521-8204|
|05||Imagery in Mukhtar Masood’s Prose||Sadiq Iqbal/ Dr.Altaf Yousof Zai/ Prof. Dr. Rubina Shaheen||2521-8204|
|06||Cultural Dimensions And Rural Problems In Punjabi Short Stories||Dr. Noreen Razzaq||2521-8204|
|07||Nasta’leeq Script: Invention And Use||Mr. M. Abdullah Ghazi/ Dr. Naeem Mazhar||2521-8204|
|08||Some Aspect Of Civilization Of Feminist Urdu Language||Shazia Akbar/ Dr. Sher Ali||2521-8204|
|09||Sir Syed’s Role as Social Reformist and Its Impact on Current Era||Dr. Sabina Awais Awan||2521-8204|
|10||Soviet Literature and Progressivism||Muhammad Khurram/ Dr. Abdul Wajid Tabassum||2521-8204|
|11||An Anylatical Study of Spanish Novel ‘The Life of Lazarillo de Tormes and of His Fortunes and Adversities’||Sumera Malik / Dr. Zafar Ahmed||2521-8204|
|12||Expression Of Changing Cultural Values In The Fiction of Dr. Rashid Amjid||Muhammad Yousaf / Dr. Muhammad Afzal Butt||2521-8204|
|13||Urdu and Pakistani Languages….in Percpective of one Word||Dr. Aasma Rani / Dr. Irum Rubab||2521-8204|
|14||Basic Aspects of Sajjad Baqir Rizvi’s Criticism||Dr. Muhammad Amjad Abid / Dr. Ashiq Hussain/ Atif Manzoor||2521-8204|
|15||Moral values in Iqbal’s Urdu Poetry||Dr. Shagufta Firdous||2521-8204|
|16||The Impact Dadaism on Urdu and Saraiki Literature: Analytical Study||Dr. Naseem Akhtar||2521-8204|
|17||Existance of Social Conscience in short Stories of Bedi||Mujahid Hussain / Dr. Tahir Abbas Tayib||2521-8204|
|18||Limitations and Parameters of humour in Islam||Muhammad Shahbaz / Muhammad Abrar Siddiqui||2521-8204|
|19||Implementation of Urdu as Official Language: Importance, Necessity “Problems and Possibilities||Dr. Almas Khanum||2521-8204|
|20||The vision of love near Shekh Saadi and Meer Taqi Meer||Muhammad Tahir Bostan Khan/ Mrs. Riffat Chaudhary||2521-8204|
|Volume 3 – Issue 2 – 2019 (July-December 2019)|
|01||Sir Syed Ahmad Khan’s Educational and Political Insight and Consciousness of His Times||Dr shabnam Niaz, Sehar Mobeen||2521-8204|
|02||Mythology in Modern Urdu Poem||Dr. Irum Saba, Dr. Shagufta Firdous||2521-8204|
|03||Subjective study of Saraiki Say Harfi||Amjad Raza, Dr. Tahir Abbas Tayib||2521-8204|
|04||Current Situation of Urdu Literature in Arab Countries||Parveen Sadiq||2521-8204|
|05||Thoughtful Study of Kalsoom Afzal Zaidvi Poetic Collection “Sangtary”||Dr.Tahseen Bibi , Uzma Noureen||2521-8204|
|06||Thematic Study of the Poems of Dr.Irshad Shakir Awan||Muhammad Nasir Afridi, Anjum Yousaf||2521-8204|
|07||Reasons of killing of Arabic poets||Arshad Mehmood, Dr. M Ismaeel Bin Abdulsalam||2521-8204|
|08||Glimpses of the contemporary Russian Culture Ideality in Short Stories of Talistae||Dr. Naqeeb AhmedJan Munazza Mubeen||2521-8204|
|09||Dr. Anwar Ahmad as a Short Story Writer||Shakeel Ahmed Sayed||2521-8204|
|10||Issues of Modern Times in the Poems of Nasir Ahmad Nasir||Mehnaz Anjum||2521-8204|
|11||An analytical study on biography: Rasul e Sadiq||Usman Ghani, Muhammad Abrar Siddiqui||2521-8204|
|12||Elements of humor and satire in Muhammad Tufail’s Sketch Writing||Dr. Saima Nazir, Hamid Mehmood||2521-8204|
|13||Zafar Ali Khan’s Newspapers and Magazines||M Abrar Arshad||2521-8204|
|14||Characteristic Features of “Hamd” written by Iqbal Najmi||Ihsan Ullah Tahir, Babar Hussain||2521-8204|
|15||Comparative Analysis of Punjabi Students’ Writing Errors in English and Urdu at Secondary Level||Dr. M Rashid, Dr. M Shahbaz, Dr. Ali Ahmed||2521-8204|
|Volume 3 – Issue 1 – January-June (2019)|
|01||Iqbal Ahmed Sohail, an opponent as well as follower of Iqbal||Prof Dr. Munazar Hashmi||2521-8204|
|02||The Impects of Sir Syed Movement on the Early Female Novelist||Dr. Nuzhat Abbasi||2521-8204|
|03||Reflection of Politices and Dictatorship in Short Stories of Mansha Yadd||Dr. Sanam shakir, Dr. M. Waseem Anjum||2521-8204|
|04||Urdu language and literature and Pakistaniyat||Dr. Muhammad Afzaal Butt||2521-8204|
|05||Forough Farrokhzad||Dr. Naveed Ahmad Gill||2521-8204|
|06||Riaz Hussain Choudry: Na’at -poet||Naseer Ahmed Dr. Ghulam Abbas Gondal||2521-8204|
|07||Problems of lower class in Pakistan an the Novel “Mera Ghayoo”||Dr. Mushtaq Adil, Allah Yar Saqib||2521-8204|
|08||Social status of Women’s through history (In the light of Dr. Mubarak Ali’s writings)||Dr. M Khawar Nawazish, Misbah Khan||2521-8204|
|09||Aesthetic sense for bright future Ihsan Danish||Dr. Shagufta Firdous||2521-8204|
|10||Analytical study of the short stories of Waqar Bin Illahi||Dr. Tahir Abbas Tayib||2521-8204|
|11||Short story of Khalid Husain:As depictions of fats in Modern Age||Dr. Nazia Malik||2521-8204|
|12||Globalization from a feminist perspective||Dr. Rukhsana Baloch||2521-8204|
|13||Aesthetic sense of Mairasi Aness, Acritical Analysis||Benish Fatima , Nazia Kanwal||2521-8204|
|Volume 2 – Issue 2 – July -December(2018)|
|01||Atharvin Sadi Ka Aik Ilmi Nabga: Ali Ibrahim Khan||Moien-Ul -Din Aqeel||2521-8204|
|02||Musadas Hali: Sahifa Tanbiya Algafalien||Arshad Mehmood Nashad||2521-8204|
|03||Mir Taqi Mir Ka Farsi Dewan||Humaira Irshad||2521-8204|
|04||Ismat Chughtai Aur Elas Walkar kay Niswani Kirdaroon Ka Taqabli Jaiza||Naila Arshad / Muhammad Afzal Butt||2521-8204|
|05||Haroof-E-Abjad Tarteeb-O-Manweyat kay Mubahas||Rabia Sarfaraz||2521-8204|
|06||Muasir Nisai Nazam Main Tanisi Rawaiye||Muhammad Ashraf Kamal||2521-8204|
|07||Roshni Ki Raftar …Aik Tajzeyati Mutala||Nuzhat Abbasi||2521-8204|
|08||1980 Tak Pakistan Main Urdu Imla Aur Rasm-UL-Khat ki Tehqeeq||Zafar Ahmed||2521-8204|
|09||Urdu Gazal Aur Jadeed Nazam Main Qomi-O-Mili Mozuat Ka Mutala||Shafiq Asif /Ghulam Muhammad Ashrafi||2521-8204|
|10||Iqbal ki Farsi Gazal Main Tagazul Kay Rung||Naveed Ahmad Gull||2521-8204|
|11||Iqbal Ki Shairi Main Tasawar-E-Hayat||Rukhsana Baloo||2521-8204|
|12||Ashfaq Ahmed Kay Afsano Main Samaji o Seyasi Haqeeqat Pasandi||Tehseen Bibi||2521-8204|
|13||Urdu Shoora Kay Tasawarat-e-Maargh(Mir,Ghalib,Khali o Akbar kay Khasosi Hawalay Say)||Muhammad Amjad Abid/Uzma Yaseen||2521-8204|
|14||Rehman Baba Aur Firaq Gorakh Pori Ka Tasawar Marg-E-Hayat||Muhammad Tahir Bustan Khan/Muhammad Shezbaz||2521-8204|
|15||Urdu Aur Pashto Kay Aik Dosray Par Asrat||Naqeeb Ahmad Jan||2521-8204|
|Volume 2 – Issue 1 – Jan -June (2018)|
|01||Sir Syed Ahmed Khan ki Ilmi Ata Aur Hamar Asri Shaoor||Dr. Saadat Saeed||2521-8204|
|02||Moti Musanif Alberuini Urdu Tarjuma wa Hawashi||Prof. Dr. Attash Durrani||2521-8204|
|03||Urdu Ki Lisaniati Tashkeel Main Jan Gilchrist Ka Kirdar||Dr. Muhammad Ashraf Kamal||2521-8204|
|04||Urdu ka Pehla Afsana Aik. Aik Jaiza||Prof. Dr. Nuzhat Abbasi||2521-8204|
|05||Jadeed Punjabi Shairi Main Azam w Himat||Dr. Asma Ghulam Rasool||2521-8204|
|06||Tahira ki Ghazal k Chand Muntakhib Taarajim||Shaista Mushta/Dr. Muhammad Asif Awan||2521-8204|
|07||Iqbal K Nizam Main Aala Iqdar Ki Akasi. Aik Jaiza||Binish Fatima||2521-8204|
|08||Akbar aur Iqbal ka Falsafa e Zindagi||Muhammad Luqman/ Dr. Muhammad Arshad Awaisi||2521-8204|
|09||Mazhab aur Fanoon e Latifa||Ahmad Abdullah/ Dr. Ghulam Abbas Gondal||2521-8204|
|10||Bashir Saif ki Haiko Nigari||Dr. Nazia Malik||2521-8204|
|11||Fitrat Nigari Haqeeqat Nigari ki Tossee||Babar Hussain||2521-8204|
|12||Amaan Saain : Aik Mutalia||Prof. Dr. Syed Ishfaq Hussain Bukhari||2521-8204|
|13||Urdu Nawal K Fanni Irtiqa Main Awaleen Nawal Nigaron Ka Hissa||Dr. Mehmood Ul Hassan||2521-8204|
|14||Tadween e Gulzar e Naseem Az Rasheed Hassan Khan||Dr. Shabnam Niaz||2521-8204|
|15||Inqalab aur Inqalabi Adab, Ajmali Jaiza||Usman Ghani||2521-8204|
|16||Alamati Tehreek aur Adbiat Aik Jaiza||Dr. Muhammad Afzaal Butt||2521-8204|
|Volume 1 – Issue 2 – July – Dec (2017)|
|01||“Tareekh e Adbiyat e Urdu” Par Aik Nazar||Dr. Arshad Mehmood Nashad||2521-8204|
|02||Jelani Bano kay Naswani kirdar||Dr. Sobia saleem||2521-8204|
|03||Urdu Nasar ki Tadrees: Hudod o Imqanat||Dr. Abdul Sattar Malik||2521-8204|
|04||Doha may Haiyati aur Sinfi Tajurbat||Ghulam Rasool Khawar Ch||2521-8204|
|05||Tazkiro May Tanqeed e Ghazal: Isharat o Islahat||Dr. Jabir Hussain||2521-8204|
|06||Haider Baksh Haidery ki Teen Dastano Ka Tajurbati Mutala||Benish Fatima||2521-8204|
|07||Urdu Inshaiya aur Dr. Saleem Agha Qazlbash||Ashiq Hussain. Yasmin Sarwar||2521-8204|
|08||Dabastan Sir Syed ka Nasri Asloob||Babar Hussain||2521-8204|
|09||“Sanskrit Urdu Luagha”: Tehqiq Mutala||Jamil Rehman||2521-8204|
|10||Sattr Ki Dahai Ka Afsana: Fikri o Aslobiyati Jaiza||Nazia Kanwal. Usman Ghani||2521-8204|
|Volume 1 – Issue 1 – Jan – June (2017)|
|01||Suchai aur Sarmasti par Sachal Sarmast kay Shair ki Assas.||Dr. Anwar Ahmed||2521-8204|
|02||Tasawof ki Tareef: Mahiyat, Khasail 0 Makhuz.||Dr. Syed Bacha Agha||2521-8204|
|03||Syed Ghulam Bheek Nairng ki Shairi ma Falsafa e Ikhlaq.||Dr. Asghar Ali Baloch||2521-8204|
|04||Fakahiya Kalam Nigari:Ahmad Nadeem Qasimi||Dr. Sabina Awais Awan||2521-8204|
|05||Mushfiq Khawaja ki Makhtot Shanasi.||Dr. Tahir Tayyab||2521-8204|
|06||Pakistani Urdu Ghazal Par Tanqeedi Behsain.||Dr.Jabir Hussain||2521-8204|
|07||Tarjuma Nigari aur Angerezi sy Urdu ma Tarjuma k Asool||Babar Hussain||2521-8204|
|08||Ghalib Par Un k Pesharwoon kay Asraat.||Muhammad Asif||2521-8204|
|09||Urdu Nowal Ko Kesa Hona Chahiye||Rubina Kousar||2521-8204|
|10||Ajiz ki Rang Shanasi.||Azmat Hayat||2521-8204|
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|Volume 5 – Issue 2 – 2021 (July – December 2021)|
|01||An Analysis of Concept of Love in Short Stories of Ashfaq Ahmad||Sikandar Zaib, Professor Dr. Rubina Shaheen||2521-8204|
|02||Dr. Javed Iqbal as the Critic of Iqbal, in the Context of Zinda Rood||Sajid Raza, Hassan Raza||2521-8204|
|03||Mysticism, Classical Urdu Poetry and Peace and Harmony||Almas Khanum, Dr. Safeer Haider, Dr. Saima||2521-8204|
|04||The Understanding of Social issues in Women Novelists in Context of Popular Literature||Nadia Ashraf, Dr. Bushra Parveen||2521-8204|
|05||The Role of Magazines and Journals in Recognition of Naat in Pakistan||Amjad Hanif Raja, Yasir Zeshan, M Shahzad||2521-8204|
|06||“Jhok Sial”, A Novel which Reflects The Exploitation of Villages by Govt. Servants||Dr. Mushtaq Adil, Dr. Saira||2521-8204|
|07||Extinct of Genre Literature “Maktoob Nigari”||Anjum Yousaf, Dr. Tahseen Bibi, Dr. Anwer||2521-8204|
|08||A Thematic Review of Bedil Haidri’s Ghazal||Hafiz Rao Faisal Masroor, Dr. Khawar Nawazish||2521-8204|
|09||Experiments in Urdu Kа̄fi: Nīlī kē Sau Rang||Dr. Sher, Ali Dr. M Naveed||2521-8204|
|10||Naat Rasool Maqbool in Hindko Language and Literature||Hasnain khan, Dr .Nazar Abid, Dr.Altaf Yousafzai||2521-8204|
|11||Nostalgic Elements in the Novel “Basti”||Zunera Batoll, Dr. Parveen Kalu||2521-8204|
|12||Faiz Ahmad Faiz and Pakistan Times… A Bright Chapter in The History Of Journalism and Freedom of Expression||Dr. Memoona Subhani, Ali Hassan||2521-8204|
|13||Utopia Literature and Psychology||Sabahat Mushtaq||2521-8204|
|14||Iqbal’s Political Struggle Against Imperialism||Dr. Sumera Shafi, Rubina Yasmin, Dr. Zeenat||2521-8204|
|15||The Importance of Lullaby in Children’s Literature||Barkat Shah, Dr. Syed Zubair Shah||2521-8204|
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