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Pakistan History

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Important Personalities
Quaid -e-Azam
Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
Agha Khan
Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar
Ghulam Muhammad
Benazir Bhutto
Muhammad Khan Junejo
Nawaz Sharif
Liaquat Ali Khan
General Zia-ul-Haq
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto
Allama Iqbal
Tipu Sultan
Malik Meraj Khalid
Pervaiz Musharaf
Historic 8th Amendment
Moenjo  Daro
History of Hassan Abdal
1965 War
Kargil Issue
History of Pakistan
History of Hyderabad
History of Karachi
History of Gold
History of Faisalabad
History of Lahore


Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah's achievement as the founder of Pakistan, dominates everything else he did in his long and crowded public life spanning some 42 years. Yet, by any standard, his was an eventful life, his personality multidimensional and his achievements in other fields were many, if not equally great. Indeed, several were the roles he had played with distinction: at one time or another, he was one of the greatest legal luminaries India had produced during the first half of the century, an `ambassador of Hindu-Muslim unity, a great constitutionalist, a distinguished parliamentarian, a top-notch politician, an indefatigable freedom-fighter, a dynamic Muslim leader, a political strategist and, above all one of the great nation-builders of modern times she is undoubtedly in the limelight these days. Full Story


The earliest discoveries of GOLD were undoubtedly deposits in the rivers of Asia and Africa. However, the first underground mining was undertake in 2,00 BC by the Egyptians, between the Nile and the Red Sea. Early mines were also located in what are now Ethiopia, Sudan and Saudi Arabia. The Romans developed GOLD mines in Africa and Spain to finance their Empire, but once it collapsed, little GOLD mining took place for well over a thousand years. Full Story



Tippu (TIPU) Sultan, called "THE TIGER OF MYSORE" (b. 1749-53?, Devanhalli, India,died May 4, 1799, Seringapatam), energetic and colourful sultan of Mysore who was famous in the wars of the late 18th century in southern India; he was exceptional for having never allied himself with the English against any other Indian ruler. Full Story



LAHORE is a Municipal city, has been the capital of Punjab for nearly a thousand years, and the administrative head-quarters of a Division and District of the same name. It is situated one mile to the south of the river Ravi, and some 23 miles from the eastern border of the district. The city is built in the form of a parallelogram, the area within the walls, exclusive of the citadel, being about 461 acres. It stands on the alluvial plain traversed by the river Ravi. Full Story


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