1. Ali Jinnah was the central figure of the 1998 film Jinnah, which was based on Jinnah's life and his struggle for the creation of Pakistan.
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12. Ali Jinnah showed much skill as a parliamentarian, organising many Indian members to work with the Swaraj Party, and continued to press demands for full responsible government.
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20. Ali Jinnah gained his matriculation from Bombay University at the high school.
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26. Ali Jinnah arranged to sell his house in Bombay and procured a new one in Karachi.
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39. In 1916, with Ali Jinnah now president of the Muslim League, the two organisations signed the Lucknow Pact, setting quotas for Muslim and Hindu representation in the various provinces.
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47. Ali Jinnah listened to Naoroji's maiden speech in the House of Commons from the visitor's gallery.
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48. Ali Jinnah was not fluent in Gujarati, his mother-tongue or in Urdu, he was more fluent in English.
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49. Ali Jinnah died at age 71 in September 1948, just over a year after Pakistan gained independence from the United Kingdom.
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52. Muhammad Ali Jinnah was a lawyer, politician, and the founder of Pakistan.
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