Thursday , 21 September 2017
Home » Author Archives: Ali Tariq (page 13)

Author Archives: Ali Tariq

Mian Fazal Hussain

Mian Fazal Hussain was born in Punjab on july14, 1877. He belongs to Rajput family. His father was District Judge. Fazal Hussain had received his early education from Government College Lahore. Where, Allama Iqball was his class fellow. Fazal Hussain went to England and secured a degree in Bar at ... Read More »

Report of the Basic Principle Committee (1952)

The Basic Principles Committee was established on 12th March 1949 by Khawaja Nazimuddin on the instruction of Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan. This committee had 24 members and was headed by Khawaja Nazimuddin and Liaquat Khan was its vice president. This committee presented its first report on 1950 but was ... Read More »

Mysore Wars

Mysore was a small Hindu principality that had maintained its independence ever since the demise of the Vijaynagar kingdom. It, however, remained relatively small and unimportant until Hyder Ali came to the helm. When Carnatic was having continuous wars, Bengal was facing political instability, the circumstance were ripe for Mysore ... Read More »

Abdul Samad Khan Achakzai

Abdul Samad khan was a great national hero who did not play a great role for the liberation of the Pashtun from the British, but also contributed his efforts to free the other oppressed nation of the subcontinent from the slavery of the British.   Abdul Samad khan was born ... Read More »

Ulama’s 22 Points

One of the main arguments of the secularists in Pakistan was that the Ulema were divided on sectarian lines and they were not in a position to agree on one concept of Islamic system. They considered that the Ulema had given such confusing interpretations to the precepts of the Quran ... Read More »

Fatima Jinnah

Early Life: Fatima Jinnah was born in Karachi on 30th July 1893. Jinnah had seven siblings. Mohammad Ali Jinah was the eldest one in the family, and Fatima Jinnah was the 2nd last child of the family. In this family of seven siblings she was the closest one to Mohammad ... Read More »

Yahya Khan (1917-1980)

Yahya Khan became the second Chief Martial Law Administrator of Pakistan on 25 March, 1969 since his predecessor, Ayub Khan failed to desist the uprising of the politicians and the people throughout the country and couldn’t prolong his political authority. After six days of his assuming power as CMLA, Yahya ... Read More »

Annexation of the Punjab

Raja Ranjit Singh established an independent Sikh kingdom in Punjab. But after his death in 1839, the political turmoil and instability that visited Lahore watered the British appetite to expand into the Punjab. In the absence of any capable leadership, a situation existed that was highly vulnerable to interference from ... Read More »

Scroll To Top