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Mianwali District

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 30. Chapters: People from Mianwali District, Populated places in Mianwali District, Universities and colleges in Mianwali District, Imran Khan, Kalabagh Dam, Piplan, Wan Bhachran, Amir Mohammad Khan, Amir Abdullah Khan Rokhri, Shadia, Punjab, Isakhel Tehsil, Rikhi, Kamar Mushani, Namal College, Nawabzada Malik Amad Khan, Kundian, Tilok Chand Mehroom, Aubrey J. O'Brien, Yaru Khel, Mari, Punjab, Chhidru, Mianwali Tehsil, Piplan Tehsil, Doaba, Mianwali, Mari, Pakistan, Muzafarpur Janubi, Paikhel, Qureshian, Khaglan Wala, Musakhel, Punjab, Gujrat, Mianwali, Thamewali, Kallur, Punjab, Watta Khel, Tabisar, Vanjari, Punjab, Gulmiri, Gul Hameed Khan Rokhri, Daud Khel, Punjab, Khola At Khanqah Sirajia, Muzafarpur Shumali, Tola Bhangi Khel, Vichvin Bala, Tanikhel, Abdul Sattar Khan Niazi, Chakrala, Hernoli, Muzaffar Pur, Namal Lake, Wirali, Bhachar, Tari Khail, Sighaal Awan, Chashma, Pakistan, Mauza Kalri, Nawab of Kalabagh, Chashma Barrage. Excerpt: Imran Khan Niazi (Punjabi, Urdu: ) (born 25 November 1952) is a retired Pakistani cricketer who played international cricket for two decades in the late twentieth century and has been a politician since the mid-1990s. Currently, besides his political activism, Khan is also a philanthropist and cricket commentator. Khan played for the Pakistani cricket team from 1971 to 1992 and served as its captain intermittently throughout 1982-1992. After retiring from cricket at the end of the 1987 World Cup, he was called back to join the team in 1988. At 39, Khan led his teammates to Pakistan's first and only World Cup victory in 1992. He has a record of 3807 runs and 362 wickets in Test cricket, making him one of eight world cricketers to have achieved an 'All-rounder's Triple' in Test matches. On 14 July 2010, Khan was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame. In April 1996, Khan founded and became the chairman of a political party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (Movement for Justice). He represented Mianwali as a member of the National Assembly from November 2002 to October 2007. Khan, through worldwide fundraising, helped establish the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Centre in 1996 and Mianwali's Namal College in 2008. Imran Khan was born to Shaukat Khanum (Burki) and Ikramullah Khan Niazi, a civil engineer, in Lahore. A quiet and shy boy in his youth, Khan grew up in a middle-class Niazi Pathan family with four sisters. Settled in Punjab, Khan's father descended from the Pashtun (Pathan) Niazi Shermankhel tribe of Mianwali in Punjab. Imran's Mother Shaukat Khanam (Burki's) family includes successful hockey players and cricketers such as Javed Burki and Majid Khan. Khan was educated at Aitchison College, the Cathedral School in Lahore, and the Royal Grammar School Worcester in England, where he excelled at cricket. In 1972, he enrolled to study Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Keble College, Oxford, where he graduated with a second-class degree in Polit

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Titre: Mianwali District
Sous-titre: People from Mianwali District, Populated places in Mianwali District, Universities and colleges in Mianwali District, Imran Khan, Kalabagh Dam, Piplan, Wan Bhachran, Amir Mohammad Khan, Amir Abdullah Khan Rokhri, Shadia, Punjab
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Code EAN: 9781156131282
ISBN: 1156131286
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Sciences politiques
nombre de pages: 32
Poids: 104g
Taille: H246mm x B189mm x T2mm
Année: 2011

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