Definition of Jinnah
1. Noun. Indian statesman who was the founder of Pakistan as a Muslim state (1876-1948).
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Literary usage of Jinnah
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Double Jeopardy: Police Abuse of Women in Pakistan by Asia Watch Committee (U.S.), Asia Watch Committee (U.S. (1992)
"Jinnah had originally supported the Indian National Congress, ... However, by the 1930s, Jinnah had grown frustrated with the Congress's failure to heed ..."
2. Pakistan: A Country Study edited by Peter R. Blood (1996)
"Jinnah demanded equality between the Muslim League and Congress, a proposal rejected by the viceroy. The Muslim League boycotted the interim government, ..."
3. Mountain Panoramas from the Pamirs and Kwen Lun by Aurel Stein (1908)
"The Jinnah Terminal Complex in Karachi will replace three old and rundown ones at ... BUSINESS ft FINANCE the Jinnah Terminal "started out at a very slow ..."
4. The India directory, for the guidance of commanders of steamers and sailing by Alfred Dundas Taylor, James Horsburgh (1874)
"Pass about mid-way between the E. point of the island and El-Jinnah (the islet which lies about 8 m. to the E. by N. of Bu AH,) so as to clear the spit off ..."
5. CapitalOttawa (Ont.) Per (1888)
"When the idea of Pakistan first struck some students in Britain, MA Jinnah dismissed it as "a school-boy's dream". And when Frank Moraes asked Jinnah what ..."
6. India and the United States: Estranged Democracies, 1941-1991 by Dennis Kux (1994)
"136-38, Embassy New Delhi instruction to Consulate Karachi, 4 January 1947, and Consulate Karachi report to State Department of interview with Jinnah, ..."