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Khwaja Nazimuddin (1894-1964)

Khwaja Nazimuddin, a rich landlord and a nephew of Nawab Salimullah, was the product of Nawab family of Dhaka. His world was the narrow confines of the feudal aristocracy. He was bred if not born to lead Muslim Bengal but because of his background he was an anachronism in Bengalpolitics ... Read More »

Yahya Khan: A Profile (1917-1980)

Yahya Khan was the second Chief Martial Law Administrator of Pakistan. Ayub Khan, his predecessor, at the time of his fall in 1969 gave him that status. After six days of assuming power as the CMLA, Yahya Khan became the President of Pakistan on 31 March 1969 and kept that ... Read More »

Ayub Khan

Ayub Khan started his career as an army officer in the British Army and served on many fronts. On the eve of partition, he chose to serve under the banner of a Muslim state i.e. Pakistan. He became the first C-in-C of Pakistan’s Army as well as its first CMLA, ... Read More »

CHAUDHRY MUHAMMAD ALI

Chaudhry Muhammad Ali was born on July 15, 1905 at Jalandhar. He received his early education from Primary school Nahangal Anbia which was later upgrade d to Middle School. He passed his middle examination from the same school. On the basis of his best performance in the middle examination he ... Read More »

Liaquat Ali Khan

Liaquat Ali khan was born on October1‚1896 in Nausharwan family. He belongs to a wealthy family of East Punjab. His mother arranged for his lessons in Quran and Ahadith at home. As his family had deep respect for Sir Syed Ahmad khan‚he was admitted in Aligarah Muslim University. He was ... 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 »

Feroz Khan Noon (1893-1970)

Sir Malik Feroz Khan Noon, the seventh elected Prime Minister of Pakistan was born at Lahore in 1893. He was an important politician during the Freedom Movement and a prominent figure after the independence of Pakistan and severed on many significant designations. He belonged to the Noon family which was ... Read More »

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