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A very Brief History of Pakistan: Events, Birthdays and Famous Deaths
 
[CENTER][B][SIZE=5]A very Brief History of [SIZE=6][COLOR=Green]Pakistan[/COLOR][/SIZE]:[/SIZE][/B]

[B][SIZE=4]Events, Birthdays and Famous Deaths[/SIZE][/B]
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[B][SIZE=4]Historical Events [/SIZE][SIZE=2]([B]1882/10/14 - [/B][B]2008/08/18[/B])[/SIZE]
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[B]1882-10-14 - [/B]University of the Punjab is founded in present day Pakistan.
[B]
1887-07-04 - [/B]The founder of Pakistan, Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, joins Sindh-Madrasa-tul-Islam, Karachi.
[B]
1893-11-12 - [/B]The treaty of the Durand Line is signed between present day Pakistan and Afghanistan - the Durand Line has gained international
recognition as an international border between the two sister nations.
[B]
1906-12-30 - [/B]The All India Muslim League is founded in Dacca, East Bengal, British India Empire, which later laid down the foundations of Pakistan.
[B]
1931-05-31 - [/B]7.1 magnitude Earthquake destroys Quetta in modern-day Pakistan: 40,000 dead.
[B]
1933-01-28 - [/B]The name Pakistan is coined by Choudhary Rehmat Ali Khan and is accepted by the Indian Muslims who then thereby adopted it further for the Pakistan Movement seeking independence.
[B]
1935-05-31 - [/B]Quake kills 50,000 in Quetta Pakistan
[B]
1940-03-23 - [/B]The Lahore Resolution (Qarardad-e-Pakistan or the then Qarardad-e-Lahore) is put forward at the Annual General Convention of the All India Muslim League.
[B]
1947-06-03 - [/B]British viceroy of India lord Mountbatten visits Pakistan
[B]
1947-07-10 - [/B]Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah is recommended as the first Governor General of Pakistan by then Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Clement Attlee.
[B]
1947-08-08 - [/B]Pakistan's National Flag is approved.
[B]
1947-08-14 - [/B]Pakistan gains independence from Britain
[B]1947-08-15 - [/B]India declares independence from UK, Islamic part becomes
Pakistan
[B]
1947-08-15 - [/B]Pakistan (formerly West Pakistan) declares independence
from UK
[B]
1947-08-17 - [/B]The Radcliffe Line, the border between Union of India and Dominion of Pakistan is revealed.
[B]
1948-01-01 - [/B]After partition, India declines to pay the agreed share of Rs.550 million in cash balances to Pakistan.
[B]
1948-09-12 - [/B]Invasion of the State of Hyderabad by the Indian Army on the day after the Pakistani leader Jinnah's death.
[B]
1951-10-16 - [/B]The first Prime Minister of Pakistan, Liaquat Ali Khan, is assassinated in Rawalpindi.
[B]
1952-10-16 - [/B]Pakistan's 1st Test starts, v India at Delhi
[B]
1952-10-18 - [/B]Vinoo Mankad takes 13 Pakistan wkts to win 1st India-Pak clash
[B]
1952-10-25 - [/B]Nazar Mohammad scores Pakistan's 1st Test century 124* v India
[B]
1952-10-26 - [/B]Pakistan's 1st Test Cricket win Fazal Mahmood 12 wkts v India
[B]
1952-12-14 - [/B]R H Shodhan scores 110 on Test Cricket debut v Pakistan, Calcutta
[B]
1953-11-02 - [/B]Pakistan becomes islamic republic
[B]
1954-07-02 - [/B]Denis Compton scores 278 in 290 minutes v Pakistan
[B]
1954-08-04 - [/B]The Government of Pakistan approves the National Anthem, written by Hafeez Jullundhry and composed by Ahmed G. Chagla.
[B]
1954-10-23 - [/B]Pakistan governor-general Ghoelan Mohammed disbands parliament
[B]
1955-03-01 - [/B]Pakistan v India 5 Test Cricket series ends in a 0-0 draw
[B]
1955-09-23 - [/B]Pakistan signs Pact of Baghdad
[B]
1955-11-09 - [/B]NZ all out for 70 v Pakistan at Dacca
[B]
1956-02-29 - [/B]Islamic Republic forms in Pakistan
[B]
1956-03-23 - [/B]Pakistan proclaimed an Islamic republic in Commonwealth
(Natl Day)
[B]
1956-05-12 - [/B]East Pakistan struck by cyclone & tidal waves
[B]
1956-10-11 - [/B]1st Pakistan v Australia Test 95 runs scored on 1st day
[B]
1956-10-17 - [/B]Pakistan defeat Australia by nine wickets at 1st attempt
[B]
1956-10-22 - [/B]A concrete girder weighing 200 tons kills 48 in Karachi,
Pakistan.
[B]
1957-09-29 - [/B]300 die as express train hits stalled train (Montgomery W
Pakistan)
[B]
1957-09-29 - [/B]Passenger train & oil train crash in Gambar West Pakistan,
300 die
[B]
1957-10-17 - [/B]II Tsjoendrigar becomes premier of Pakistan
[B]
1957-12-16 - [/B]Sir Feroz Khan Noon replaces Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar as
Prime Minister of Pakistan.
[B]
1958-02-05 - [/B]Test Cricket debut of Lance Gibbs, WI v Pakistan, Port-of-Spain
[B]
1958-02-28 - [/B]West Indies 1-504 in reply to Pakistan 328, day 3 of 3rd
Test Cricket
[B]
1958-03-01 - [/B]West Indies cricket declare at stumps score of 3-790 decl v
Pakistan
[B]
1958-03-19 - [/B]Sobers completes a century in each innings v Pakistan
[B]
1958-09-08 - [/B]Oman turns over Gwadur (on Baluchistan coast) to Pakistan
[B]
1958-10-27 - [/B]Gen Ayub Khan succeeds Iskander Mirza as president of
Pakistan
[B]
1959-03-07 - [/B]West Indies all out 76 v Pakistan at Dacca, Fazal Mahmood
6-34
[B]
1959-03-29 - [/B]Wes Hall takes Pakistani cricket hat-trick at Lahore
[B]
1959-12-08 - [/B]President Eisenhower watches Pakistan v Aust Test Cricket
at Karachi
[B]
1959-12-16 - [/B]Snow falling in Lowarai Pass West Pakistan kills 48
[B]
1960-02-14 - [/B]Marshal Ayub Khan elected president of Pakistan
[B]
1960-06-11 - [/B]House packed with wedding celebrants collapses killing 30
(Pakistan)
[B]
1960-08-01 - [/B]Islamabad declared as the federal capital of the Government
of Pakistan.
[B]
1960-10-11 - [/B]Hurricane ravages East-Pakistan (6,000 die)
[B]
1964-01-02 - [/B]Ayub Khan elected president of Pakistan
[B]
1964-10-29 - [/B]Bobby Simpson completes cricket century in each innings v
Pakistan
[B]
1964-12-04 - [/B]Test Cricket debut of Ian Chappell, v Pakistan MCG, 11,
0-49, 0-31
[B]
1965-04-07 - [/B]Bevan Congdon makes a stumping as 12th man NZ v
Pakistan
[B]
1965-04-09 - [/B]India & Pakistan engage in border fight
[B]
1965-05-20 - [/B]Pakistani Boeing 720-B crashes at Cairo Egypt, killing 121
[B]
1965-05-25 - [/B]India & Pakistan border fights
[B]
1965-07-21 - [/B]Pakistan, Iran & Turkey sign Regional Co-Operation pact
[B]
1965-08-06 - [/B]Indian troops invade Pakistan
[B]
1965-09-01 - [/B]India & Pakistan border fights
[B]
1965-09-06 - [/B]India invades West Pakistan
[B]
1965-09-22 - [/B]India & Pakistan ceases-fire goes into effect
[B]
1965-12-06 - [/B]Pakistan's Islamic Ideology Advisory Committee recommends
that Islamic Studies be made a compulsory subject for Muslim students from
primary to graduate level.
[B]
1966-01-10 - [/B]India & Pakistan sign peace accord
[B]
1966-02-02 - [/B]Pakistan suggests a six-point agenda with Kashmir dispute
as number one item for the proposed Indo-Pak ministerial talks after 1965
war.
[B]
1967-11-30 - [/B]The Pakistan Peoples Party is founded by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto
who becomes its first Chairman later as the Head of state and Head of
government after the 1971 Civil War.
[B]
1968-09-05 - [/B]21 killed by hijackers aboard a Pan Am jet in Karachi Pakistan
[B]
1969-03-25 - [/B]Pakistan Gen Agha Mohammed Jagja Khan succeeds Ayub Chan as pres
[B]
1969-04-14 - [/B]Tornado strikes Dacca East Pakistan killing 540
[B]
1970-11-12 - [/B]240 KPH cyclone hits East Pakistan (Bangladesh); 3-500,000
die
[B]
1971-03-26 - [/B]Bangladesh (East Pakistan) declares its independence
[B]
1971-11-21 - [/B]Indian troops partly aided by Mukti Bahini (Bengali guerrillas)
defeat the Pakistan army in the Battle of Garibpur.
[B]
1971-12-03 - [/B]Indo-Pakistani War of 1971: India invades West Pakistan and
a full scale war begins claiming hundreds of lives.
[B]
1971-12-04 - [/B]The UN Security Council calls an emergency session to
consider the deteriorating situation between India and Pakistan.
[B]
1971-12-04 - [/B]The Indian Navy attacks the Pakistan Navy and Karachi.
[B]
1971-12-16 - [/B]Bangladesh (East Pakistan) declares independence from
Pakistan
[B]
1971-12-16 - [/B]India's army occupies Dacca, West Pakistani troops
surrenders
[B]
1971-12-17 - [/B]Cease fire between India & Pakistan in Kashmir
[B]
1971-12-20 - [/B]Pakistan president Yahya Khan resigns
[B]
1972-01-05 - [/B]West-Pakistani sheik Mujib ur-Rahman freed
[B]
1972-01-10 - [/B]Sheik Mujib ur-Rahman arrives in Dacca, East-Pakistan
[B]
1972-01-11 - [/B]East-Pakistan becomes independent state of Bangladesh
[B]
1972-01-30 - [/B]Pakistan withdraws from Commonwealth
[B]
1972-07-02 - [/B]India & Pakistan sign peace accord
[B]
1972-12-17 - [/B]New line of control agreed to in Kashmir between India &
Pakistan
[B]
1972-12-29 - [/B]Test Cricket debut of Jeff Thomson & Max Walker v Pakistan
at MCG
[B]
1973-01-07 - [/B]Johnny Watkins bowls six overs 0-21 v Pakistan Never again
[B]
1973-01-08 - [/B]Greg Chappell's best Test bowling, 5-61 v Pakistan at SCG
[B]
1973-01-11 - [/B]Famous victory at the SCG Pakistan chasing 158 all out 106
[B]
1973-02-02 - [/B]Test Cricket debut of Richard John Hadlee, NZ v Pakistan, Wellington
[B]
1973-02-11 - [/B]1st one-day international for Pakistan & NZ
[B]
1973-02-17 - [/B]Rodney Redmond scores 107 on debut v Pakistan, his only
Test Cricket
[B]
1973-03-27 - [/B]Dennis Amiss out for 99 v Pakistan, 3rd 99 in Test Cricket
[B]
1973-04-10 - [/B]Pakistan suspends constitution
[B]
1973-08-28 - [/B]India & Pakistan sign POW accord
[B]
1974-02-24 - [/B]Pakistan officially recognizes Bangladesh
[B]
1974-08-23 - [/B]Zaheer Abbas scores 240 Pakistan v England at The Cricket
Oval
[B]
1974-12-28 - [/B]6.3 earthquake strikes Pakistan: 5200 killed
[B]
1975-02-20 - [/B]Leonard Baichan scores 105* on Test Cricket debut, v
Pakistan Lahore
[B]
1975-06-07 - [/B]Dennis Lillee takes 1st one-day 5WI, 5-34 v Pakistan World
Cup
[B]
1975-08-14 - [/B]-15] Pakistani military coup against president Mujib
ur-Rahman
[B]
1975-12-28 - [/B]Earthquake in Pakistan, 4,000 die
[B]
1976-10-09 - [/B]Test Cricket debut of Javed Miandad (Pakistan), scores 163
on 1st day
[B]
1977-01-18 - [/B]Imran Khan takes 12 wickets in match for Pakistan win at
the SCG
[B]
1977-02-18 - [/B]Test Cricket debuts of Colin Croft & Joel Garner v Pakistan
Bridgetown
[B]
1977-03-04 - [/B]Colin Croft takes 8-29 against Pakistan at Port-of-Spain
[B]
1977-03-07 - [/B]Ali Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party wins elections
[B]
1977-07-05 - [/B]Pakistan's army, led by Gen Mohammad Zia ul-Haq, seizes
power
[B]
1977-10-02 - [/B]Pakistan general Zia ul-Haq bans all opposition
[B]
1978-03-18 - [/B]Pakistani former premier Ali Bhutto sentenced to death
[B]
1978-06-01 - [/B]Cricket Test debut of David Gower, v Pakistan, Edgbaston,
scores 58
[B]
1978-06-19 - [/B]Ian Botham takes 8-34 v Pakistan, his best Test cricket
bowling
[B]
1978-10-16 - [/B]Test debut of Kapil Dev, India v Pakistan at Faisalabad
[B]
1979-03-29 - [/B]Andrew Hilditch given out handled the ball v Pakistan at
WACA
[B]
1979-04-04 - [/B]President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto of Pakistan is executed.
[B]
1979-11-21 - [/B]Crowd at Islamabad, Pakistan attack US embassy, 1 dies
[B]
1979-12-12 - [/B]President of Pakistan, Zia-ul-Haq, confers Nishan-e-Imtiaz
on Nobel laureate Dr Abdus Salam.
[B]
1979-12-25 - [/B]Opening day of 4th Test Cricket, India 8-112 v Pakistan at
Kanpur
[B]
1980-03-23 - [/B]Border completes 150 in each inning of Test Cricket v
Pakistan
[B]
1981-01-02 - [/B]Sylvester Clarke knocks out spectator with brick, WI v
Pakistan
[B]
1981-03-02 - [/B]Aircraft hijacked by 3 Pakistani terrorists
[B]
1981-11-14 - [/B]Pakistan all out 62 v Australia at WACA, Lillee 5-18
[B]
1981-11-29 - [/B]Greg Chappell scores 201 v Pakistan at Gabba
[B]
1981-12-10 - [/B]The United Nations General Assembly approves Pakistan's
proposal for establishing nuclear free-zone in South Asia.
[B]
1982-09-20 - [/B]Jalaluddin takes a one-day hat-trick Pakistan v Australia
[B]
1983-11-11 - [/B]Wayne Phillips scores 159 on Test Cricket debut, v Pakistan
at WACA
[B]
1983-12-26 - [/B]Test Cricket debut of Gregory Richard John Matthews, v
Pakistan MCG
[B]
1983-12-29 - [/B]Graeme Yallop completes 268 v Pakistan at cricket MCG
[B]
1985-03-10 - [/B]India beat Pakistan to win "World Championship of Cricket"
[B]
1985-10-28 - [/B]Ravi Ratnayeke takes 8-83 for Sri Lanka v Pakistan
[B]
1985-12-30 - [/B]Pakistan restores constitution
[B]
1986-04-10 - [/B]Benazir Bhutto returns to Pakistan
[B]
1986-08-14 - [/B]Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto arrested
[B]
1986-09-05 - [/B]Karachi Pakistan army storms hijacked US B-747, 19 killed
[B]
1986-10-29 - [/B]West Indies all out for 53 v Pakistan (Abdul Qadir 6-16)
[B]
1986-11-09 - [/B]Pakistan all out for 77 v West Indies at Lahore
[B]
1987-07-04 - [/B]Imran Khan takes 300th Test Cricket wicket, only Pakistani
to do so
[B]
1987-07-06 - [/B]Pakistan score their 1st innings win over England, at Leeds
[B]
1987-08-08 - [/B]Pakistan all out 708 v England at The Oval, Botham 3-217
[B]
1987-12-18 - [/B]Benazir Bhutto, Pakistan's future pres, marries Asif Ali Zardari
[B]
1988-04-02 - [/B]Test Cricket debut of Curtly Ambrose, WI v Pakistan,
Georgetown
[B]
1988-04-14 - [/B]USSR, US, Pakistan & Afghanistan sign Afghanistan treaty
[B]
1988-05-29 - [/B]President Zia ul-Haq fires government/disbands parliament in
Pakistan
[B]
1988-08-17 - [/B]Pakistani President Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq and U.S.
Ambassador Arnold Raphel are killed in a plane crash.
[B]
1988-09-15 - [/B]Test Cricket debut of Ian Healy, vs Pakistan at Karachi
[B]
1988-10-02 - [/B]Pakistan's Supreme Court orders free elections
[B]
1988-11-03 - [/B]Pakistan claims it downed Afghan warplane
[B]
1988-11-16 - [/B]Benazir Bhutto wins 1st free Pakistani elections in 11 years
[B]
1988-11-16 - [/B]Pakistan's Benazir Bhutto's PPP wins parliamentary election
[B]
1988-12-01 - [/B]Benazir Bhutto named 1st female PM of a Moslem country
(Pakistan)
[B]
1989-02-12 - [/B]5 Pakistani Moslem rioters killed protesting "Satanic Verses"
novel
[B]
1989-10-20 - [/B]Pakistan win Sharjah Trophy over India & WI on round-robin
[B]
1989-11-01 - [/B]Pakistan beat West Indies by 4 wickets to win Cricket's
Nehru Cup
[B]
1990-01-23 - [/B]Dean Jones scores twin Test tons v Pakistan at Adelaide
Oval
[B]
1990-02-25 - [/B]Australia beat Pakistan 2-0 to win the Cricket World Series
Cup
[B]
1990-05-04 - [/B]Pakistan beat Aust by 36 runs to win Austral-Asia Cup,
Sharjah
[B]
1990-08-06 - [/B]Pres Ghulam Ishaq Kahn dismisses premier Benazir Bhutto in
Pakistan
[B]
1990-10-31 - [/B]Pakistan make 3-0 drubbing of NZ, Waqar Younis 29 series
wkts
[B]
1991-02-01 - [/B]Afghanistan/Pakistan hit by earthquake, 1,200 die
[B]
1991-12-25 - [/B]Last day of a washout Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Gujranwala
[B]
1992-03-21 - [/B]Pakistan scores 6-264 to overhaul NZ in exciting World Cup
semi
[B]
1992-03-25 - [/B]Pakistan defeats England by 22 runs to win World Cup
[B]
1992-08-20 - [/B]England get 7-363 in 55 overs vs Pakistan, then world ODI
record
[B]
1992-09-16 - [/B]900 die in flood in Pakistan
[B]
1992-09-28 - [/B]Pakistani Airbus A-300 crashes into mountain at Kathmandu,
167 dies
[B]
1993-02-25 - [/B]Pakistan all out 43 v West Indies, world one-day int record
low
[B]
1993-06-05 - [/B]Somali warlord Aidids murders 23 Pakistani
[B]
1993-11-13 - [/B]Pakistan minister of Foreign affairs Faruk Leghari elected
president
[B]
1994-02-20 - [/B]3 Afghans take 70 Pakistani children hostage
[B]
1994-10-02 - [/B]Pakistan defeat Australia by one wicket in Karachi Test
[B]
1995-02-02 - [/B]Henry Olonga no-balled for throwing in Zimbabwe-Pakistan
Test Cricket
[B]
1995-02-04 - [/B]Zimbabwe's 1st Test Cricket victory, over Pakistan by an
inning
[B]
1995-09-26 - [/B]Sri Lanka complete 2-1 Test Cricket series win in Pakistan
from 0-1
[B]
1995-09-29 - [/B]Saleem Elahi scores century on ODI debut, Pakistan v Sri
Lanka
[B]
1996-04-02 - [/B]Sri Lanka 9-349 in 50 overs beat Pakistan 315 all out,
Singapore Jayasuriya hits ton in 48 balls, world ODI record at Singapore
[B]
1996-04-07 - [/B]Pakistan beat Sri Lanka to win Singer Cup in Singapore
[B]
1996-04-19 - [/B]South Africa defeat Pakistan to win the Pepsi Cup in Sharjah
[B]
1996-08-20 - [/B]India defeat Pakistan in Under-15 World Challenge Final at
Lord's
[B]
1996-09-16 - [/B]1st one-day international in Canada, India v Pakistan at
Toronto
[B]
1996-10-04 - [/B]Shahid Afridi scores century in 37 balls for Pakistan v Sri
Lanka
[B]
1996-10-24 - [/B]Hasan Raza makes Test Cricket debut for Pakistan age 14
yrs 238 days
[B]
1996-11-24 - [/B]Mohammad Wasim scores 109 on Test Cricket debut,
Pakistan v NZ Lahore
[B]
1996-12-21 - [/B]Pakistan all out 67 to lose to Tasmania by an inning
[B]
1997-01-16 - [/B]Anthony Stuart takes ODI hat-trick, Aus v Pakistan, MCG
[B]
1997-01-20 - [/B]Pakistan defeat West Indies 2-0 to win Aust one-day Series
[B]
1997-02-28 - [/B]Earthquake in Pakistan, kills 45
[B]
1998-04-06 - [/B]Pakistan tests medium-range missiles capable of hitting
India.
[B]
1998-05-28 - [/B]Nuclear testing: Pakistan responds to a series of Indian
nuclear tests with five of its own, prompting the United States, Japan, and
other nations to impose economic sanctions.
[B]
1998-08-28 - [/B]Pakistan's National Assembly passes a constitutional
amendment to make the "Qur'an and Sunnah" the "supreme law" but the bill
is defeated in the Senate.
[B]
1999-10-12 - [/B]Pervez Musharraf takes power in Pakistan from Nawaz Sharif
through a bloodless coup.
[B]
2000-02-07 - [/B]Bahria University is established through Presidential
Ordinance No. V of 2000 by the Government of Pakistan.
[B]
2002-01-23 - [/B]Reporter Daniel Pearl was kidnapped in Karachi, Pakistan. He
was subsequently murdered .
[B]
2002-03-21 - [/B]In Pakistan, Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh along with three
other suspects are charged with murder for their part in the kidnapping and
killing of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.
[B]
2002-04-30 - [/B]A referendum in Pakistan overwhelmingly approves the
Presidency of Pervez Musharraf for another five years.
[B]
2002-07-15 - [/B]Anti-Terrorism Court of Pakistan hands down the death
sentence to British born Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh and life terms to three
others suspected of murdering Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.
[B]
2003-06-05 - [/B]A severe heat wave across Pakistan and India reaches its
peak, as temperatures exceed 50C (122F) in the region.
[B]
2003-12-14 - [/B]President of Pakistan Pervez Musharaf narrowly escapes an
assassination attempt.
[B]
2004-01-01 - [/B]In a vote of confidence, General Pervez Musharraf wins 658 out of 1,170 votes in the Electoral College of Pakistan, and according to Article 41(8) of the Constitution of Pakistan, was "deemed to be elected" to the office of President until October 2007.
[B]
2004-07-02 - [/B]ASEAN Regional Forum accepts Pakistan as its 24th member.
[B]
2006-07-10 - [/B]Pakistan International Flight PK-688 crashes in Multan, Pakistan shortly after takeoff, killing all 45 people on board.
[B]
2007-05-12 - [/B]2007 Karachi riots , which killed over 50 people in Karachi and above 100 injured, on the arrival of Chief Justice of Pakistan; Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry in Karachi city.
[B]
2007-09-10 - [/B]Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif returns to
Pakistan after seven years in exile, following a military coup in October 1999.
[B]
2007-09-18 - [/B]Pervez Musharraf announces that he will step down as army chief and restore civilian rule to Pakistan, but only after he is re-elected president.
[B]
2007-10-18 - [/B]After 8 years in exile, Benazir Bhutto returns to her homeland Pakistan. The same night, suicide attackers blow themselves up near Bhutto's convoy, killing over 100 in the cheering crowd, including 20 police officers. Bhutto escaped uninjured.
[B]
2007-11-03 - [/B]Pervez Musharraf declared emergency rule across Pakistan. He suspended the Constitution, imposed State of Emergency, and fired the chief justice of the Supreme Court.
[B]
2007-12-27 - [/B]Former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto is assassinated by a suicide bomber.
[B]
2008-06-10 - [/B]The Gora Prai airstrike by the United States reportedly kills 11 Pakistani paramilitary troops.
[B]
2008-08-18 - [/B]President Of Pakistan Pervez Musharaf resigned due to pressure from opposition.


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[B]Famous Birthdays[/B]


[B]1817-10-17 - [/B]Sajjid Ahmad Chan, Indian moslem leader/co-founder (Pakistan)
[B]
1870-04-20 - [/B]Maulvi Abdul Haq, Father of Urdu, Pakistani scholar (d.1961)
[B]
1876-12-25 - [/B]Mohammed Ali Jinnah, Karachi, founded Pakistan (1947)/gov (1947-58)
[B]
1877-11-09 - [/B]Allama Iqbal, Pakistani poet/philosopher
[B]
1884-11-22 - [/B]Syed Sulaiman Nadvi, Pakistani biographer of Muhammad (d.
1953)
[B]
1885-02-14 - [/B]Syed Zafarul Hasan, Prominent Muslim Indian/Pakistani
philosopher (d. 1949)
[B]
1893-07-30 - [/B]Fatima Jinnah, Pakistani Mother of the Nation (d. 1967)
[B]
1894-07-19 - [/B]Khawaja Nazimuddin, 2nd Prime Minister of Pakistan (d.
1965)
[B]
1895-10-01 - [/B]Liaquat Al Khan, attorney/premier of Pakistan (1947-51)
[B]
1896-10-02 - [/B]Liaqat Ali Khan, Pakistan's first Prime Minister (d. 1951)
[B]
1897-10-19 - [/B]Salimuzzaman Siddiqui, Pakistani scientist and scholar (d.
1994)
[B]
1897-11-16 - [/B]Choudhary Rehmat Ali, Pakistani nationalist (d. 1951)
[B]
1898-12-05 - [/B]Josh Malihabadi, Urdu poet of India and Pakistan (d. 1982)
[B]
1899-11-15 - [/B]Iskander Mirza, first President of Pakistan (d. 1969)
[B]
1903-11-20 - [/B]Ishtiaq Hussain Qureshi, Pakistani historian and educationist
(d. 1981)
[B]
1904-01-01 - [/B]Fazal Ilahi Chaudhry, Pakistani politician (d. 1982)
[B]
1904-09-09 - [/B]Feroze Khan, Pakistani field hockey player (d. 2005)
[B]
1907-05-14 - [/B]Mohammed Ayub Khan, general/premier/president (Pakistan)
[B]
1908-07-09 - [/B]Allama Rasheed Turabi, Pakistani scholar, orator and
philosopher (d. 1973)
[B]
1908-09-01 - [/B]Amir Elahi, Pakistani cricketer (d. 1980)
[B]
1910-01-07 - [/B]Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Pakistani poet (d. 1984)
[B]
1911-11-09 - [/B]Tabish Dehlvi, Pakistani poet (d. 2004)
[B]
1912-06-12 - [/B]Jameel Jalibi, Pakistani scholar, writer, and Urdu linguist
[B]
1912-09-23 - [/B]Ghulam Mustafa Khan, Pakistani researcher, critic and
linguist (d. 2005)
[B]
1914-09-12 - [/B]Rais Amrohvi, Pakistani poet and psychoanalyst (d. 1988)
[B]
1915-01-20 - [/B]Ghulam Ishaq Khan, President of Pakistan (d. 2006)
[B]
1915-07-22 - [/B]Shaista Suhrawardy Ikramullah, Pakistani politician, diplomat

and author. (d. 2000)
[B]
1916-07-31 - [/B]Sibte Hassan, Pakistani activist
[B]
1917-02-04 - [/B]Aga Yahya Khan, Pakistan military/politician
[B]
1917-12-15 - [/B]Shan-ul-Haq Haqqee, linguist and writer of Pakistan (d.
2005)
[B]
1919-09-21 - [/B]Fazlur Rahman, Pakistani scholar (d. 1988)
[B]
1919-11-05 - [/B]Hasan Askari, Pakistani philosopher (d. 1978)
[B]
1920-01-09 - [/B]Hakim Mohammed Said, Pakistani scholar
[B]
1920-07-16 - [/B]Anwar Hussain, cricketer (four Tests for Pakistan v India
1952-53)
[B]
1921-08-05 - [/B]Nazar Mohammad, cricketer (Mudassar's pop, Pakistan's 1st
centurion)
[B]
1921-10-15 - [/B]Gul Mahomed, cricketer (Indian & Pakistani batsman)
[B]
1921-12-25 - [/B]Zaib-un-Nissa Hamidullah, Pakistani journalist (d. 2000)
[B]
1922-03-22 - [/B]Mujib ur-Rahman, Pakistan, sheik/premier
[B]
1922-06-01 - [/B]Abdul Rashid, Pakistan, field hockey player (Olympic-
gold-1960)
[B]
1922-06-21 - [/B]Jim McConnon, cricketer (England off-spinner against Pakistan 1954)
[B]
1923-03-20 - [/B]Shaukat Siddiqui, Pakistani Author, Journalist and Political
Activist (d. 2006)
[B]
1923-08-04 - [/B]Mushtaq Ahmad Yusufi, Pakistani satirical and humor writer
[B]
1923-12-21 - [/B]Intizar Hussain, Urdu writer and columnist of Pakistan
[B]
1924-08-12 - [/B]Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, leader of Pakistan (d. 1988)
[B]
1924-08-18 - [/B]Mohammad Zia Ul-Haq, pres of Pakistan (1977-88)[or Aug
12]
[B]
1925-03-26 - [/B]Maqsood Ahmed, cricketer (Pakistani batsman in 16 Tests
1952-56)
[B]
1926-01-20 - [/B]Jamiluddin Aali, Pakistani poet, essayist and columnist
[B]
1926-01-20 - [/B]Qurratulain Hyder, Pakistani novelist (d. 2007)
[B]
1926-01-26 - [/B]Farman Fatehpuri, Pakistani scholar
[B]
1926-07-21 - [/B]Rahimuddin Khan, Pakistani general
[B]
1926-09-21 - [/B]Noor Jehan, Pakistani singer and actress (d. 2000)
[B]
1926-10-25 - [/B]Ismail Gulgee, Pakistani painter
[B]
1926-11-22 - [/B]Zulfiqar Ahmed, Pakistani cricket pace bowler (9 Tests 1952-56)
[B]
1927-02-18 - [/B]Fazal Mahmood, cricketer (Pakistani medium-pace workhorse
1952-62)
[B]
1927-05-01 - [/B]Israr Ali, cricket pace bowler (Pakistani in 4 Tests 1952-59)
[B]
1927-06-15 - [/B]Ibn-e-Insha, Pakistani humourist and Urdu poet (d. 1978)
[B]
1927-07-25 - [/B]Sadiq Hussain Qureshi, Pakistani politician (d. 2000)
[B]
1928-01-05 - [/B]Imtiaz Ahmed, cricketer (Pakistan wicket-keeper in 41 Tests
1952-62)
[B]
1928-01-05 - [/B]Zulfikar Ali Khan Bhutto, president/premier (Pakistan)
[B]
1928-01-05 - [/B]Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Pakistani statesman (d. 1979)
[B]
1928-07-26 - [/B]Ibn-e-Safi, Pakistani fiction writer and Urdu poet (d. 1980)
[B]
1929-07-07 - [/B]Hasan Abidi, Pakistani journalist and poet (d. 2005)
[B]
1929-12-22 - [/B]Wazir Mohammad, cricketer (eldest of Pakistan's 4
Mohammed brothers)
[B]
1930-04-10 - [/B]Shuja-ud-Din, cricketer (batted in 19 Tests for Pakistan
1954-62)
[B]
1930-09-23 - [/B]Sehba Akhtar,poet of Pakistan (d.1996)
[B]
1930-10-01 - [/B]Naimatullah Khan, Pakistani politician
[B]
1930-10-10 - [/B]Mustafa Zaidi, Pakistani poet (d. 1970)
[B]
1930-12-15 - [/B]Alim-ud-Din, cricketer (Pakistani batsman in 25 Tests
1954-62)
[B]
1931-09-22 - [/B]Manzoor Ahmad, Pakistani philosopher
[B]
1931-12-14 - [/B]Jon Elia, Pakistani scholar, poet and philosopher (d. 2002)
[B]
1932-02-29 - [/B]Gavin Stevens, cricket (Australian bat on 59-60
India/Pakistan tour)
[B]
1932-04-02 - [/B]Mahmood Hussain, Pakistani cricket swing bowler (68 wkts in
27 Tests)
[B]
1934-07-10 - [/B]Munir Malik, Pakistani cricket pace bowler (3 Tests 1959-62)
[B]
1934-07-23 - [/B]Nicholas Barrington, high commissioner (Pakistan)
[B]
1934-12-21 - [/B]Hanif Mohammad, cricketer (prolific Pakistani batsman
1952-69)
[B]
1935-02-04 - [/B]Wallis Mathias, cricketer (1st non-Muslim to play for
Pakistan)
[B]
1935-06-11 - [/B]Sheikh Fazalur Rehman, cricketer (played 1 Test Pakistan v
WI 1958)
[B]
1935-11-02 - [/B]Mohammad Munaf, cricketer (Pakistani pace bowler in 4
Tests 1959-62)
[B]
1935-12-20 - [/B]Khalid "Billy" Ibadulla, cricketer (166 on debut Pakistan v
Aust 1964)
[B]
1936-04-27 - [/B]Khalid Wazir, cricketer (son of S Wazir Ali 2 Tests for
Pakistan 1954)
[B]
1937-08-03 - [/B]Duncan Sharpe, cricketer (3 Tests for Pakistan 1959-60)
[B]
1937-10-01 - [/B]Saeed Ahmed, cricketer (Pakistani batsman in 41 Tests
1958-73)
[B]
1938-03-10 - [/B]Ijaz Butt, cricketer (Pakistani opening batsman in 8 Tests
1958-60)
[B]
1938-04-08 - [/B]Mohammad Farooq, cricketer (Pakistani pace bowler in 7
Tests 1960-65)
[B]
1938-05-08 - [/B]Javed Burki, cricketer (Pakistani batsman in 25 Tests
1960-69)
[B]
1938-10-02 - [/B]Waheed Murad, Pakistani film actor and director (d. 1983)
[B]
1938-10-13 - [/B]Mahboob Shah, cricketer (Pakistani Test umpire on intl
panel)
[B]
1939-01-17 - [/B]Antao D'Souza, cricketer (Pakistani pace bowler in six Tests
1959-62)
[B]
1939-07-15 - [/B]Haseeb Ahsan, Pakistani cricket off-spinner (12 Tests
1958-62)
[B]
1939-12-31 - [/B]Afaq Hussain, cricketer (Pakistani off-spinner in 2 Tests
1961-64)
[B]
1940-05-29 - [/B]Farooq Leghari, President of Pakistan
[B]
1940-11-21 - [/B]Javed Akhtar, cricketer (Pakistani off-spinner took 0-52 in
1962 Test)
[B]
1941-05-14 - [/B]Nasim-ul-Ghani, cricketer (Pakistani left-handed all-rounder
1958-73)
[B]
1941-06-16 - [/B]Mumtaz Hamid Rao, Pakistani journalist
[B]
1941-08-14 - [/B]Peter Truscott, cricketer (one Test NZ v Pakistan 1965, 3 &
26)
[B]
1941-11-20 - [/B]Haseena Moin, Pakistani television drama writer and Urdu
playwright
[B]
1941-12-28 - [/B]Intikhab Alam, Pakistan cricket leg-spinner (1959-77)
[B]
1942-08-30 - [/B]Pervez Sajjad, Pakistani cricket left-arm spinner (19 Tests
1964-73)
[B]
1943-02-08 - [/B]Pirzada Qasim, Pakistani poet and VC of Karachi University
[B]
1943-06-06 - [/B]Asif Iqbal, cricketer (elegant Pakistani batsman 1964-80)
[B]
1943-08-10 - [/B]Shafqat Rana, Pakistani cricket batsman (5 Tests 1964-69)
[B]
1943-10-01 - [/B]Naushad Ali, cricketer (Pakistani wicket-keeper in six Tests
1964-65)
[B]
1943-10-21 - [/B]Tariq Ali, Pakistani author and historian
[B]
1943-11-22 - [/B]Mushtaq Mohammad, cricketer (Pakistan leg-spin all-rounder
1959-79)
[B]
1944-01-01 - [/B]Zafarullah Khan Jamali, Pakistani politician
[B]
1944-03-23 - [/B]Salim Altaf, cricketer (Pakistan medium-pacer in 21 Tests
1967-78)
[B]
1944-05-10 - [/B]Abdul Kadir, cricketer (Pakistani batsman-keeper in 4 Tests
1964-65)
[B]
1944-05-17 - [/B]Arif Butt, cricketer (pace bowler for Pakistan in three Tests 1964-65)
[B]
1944-08-16 - [/B]Mufasir-ul-Haq, cricketer (Pakistan left-arm quick, 1 Test)
[B]
1944-10-16 - [/B]Bob Cottam, cricketer (England fast-medium on 2
India/Pakistan tours)
[B]
1945-03-03 - [/B]Farooq Hamid, cricketer (1-107 in Test, Pakistan v Australia 1964)
[B]
1945-05-03 - [/B]Sadiq Mohammad, cricketer (attacking Pakistan opening
batsman 1969-81)
[B]
1945-11-11 - [/B]Niaz Ahmed, cricketer (1st & last East Pakistani to play Test
cricket)
[B]
1946-01-23 - [/B]Asif Masood, cricketer (Pakistani quick with long & erratic
run-up)
[B]
1946-03-08 - [/B]Mohammad Nazir, Pakistani cricket off-spinner (14 Tests 1969-83)
[B]
1946-03-19 - [/B]Mohammad Ilyas, cricketer (Pakistani batsman in ten Tests
1964-69)
[B]
1946-03-31 - [/B]Aftab Gul, cricketer (Pakistani opening batsman in six Tests
1969-71)
[B]
1946-05-12 - [/B]Leonard Baichan, cricketer (WI opener, 103 v Pakistan on
debut 1975)
[B]
1946-07-28 - [/B]Fahmida Riaz, Pakistani writer and feminist
[B]
1946-09-28 - [/B]Majid Khan, cricketer (great Pakistani batsman 1964-82)
[B]
1946-10-05 - [/B]Zahida Hina, Pakistani columnist
[B]
1947-02-14 - [/B]Salah-ud-Din, cricketer (played 5 Tests for Pakistan
1965-69)
[B]
1947-05-01 - [/B]Ghulam Abbas, cricketer (scored 12 & 0 in only Test for
Pakistan 1967)
[B]
1947-06-29 - [/B]Jeff Moss, cricketer (one Test Australia v Pakistan 1979)
[B]
1947-07-24 - [/B]Zaheer Abbas, cricketer (probably Pakistan's finest batsman
ever)
[B]
1947-10-21 - [/B]Younis Ahmed, cricketer (batted for Pakistan in 1969 & again
in 1987)
[B]
1948-03-23 - [/B]Wasim Bari, cricket wicket-keeper (Pakistan's most
successful)
[B]
1948-12-01 - [/B]Sarfraz Nawaz, cricketer (successful Pakistani pace bowler
1969-84)
[B]
1949-03-28 - [/B]Shafiq Ahmed, cricketer (Pakistani batsman during the 70's)
[B]
1950-03-01 - [/B]Shahid Israr, Pakistani cricket wicket-keeper (in one Test v
NZ 1976)
[B]
1950-04-09 - [/B]Ehtesham-ud-din, cricketer (Pakistani pace bowler in 5 Tests
1980-82)
[B]
1950-05-29 - [/B]Talat Ali, cricketer (Pakistani opening batsman in ten Tests
1972-80)
[B]
1950-07-11 - [/B]Pervez Hoodbhoy, Pakistani nuclear physicist
[B]
1950-09-04 - [/B]Ehteshamuddin, Pakistani cricketer
[B]
1951-02-19 - [/B]Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri (Db), Pakistani
Islamic Sufi Scholar
[B]
1951-11-03 - [/B]Azmat Rana, cricketer (one Test for Pakistan against
Australia 1980)
[B]
1952-07-03 - [/B]Wasim Raja, cricketer (bro of Rameez, Pakistani lefty bat &
leggie)
[B]1952-11-13 - [/B]Art Malik, Pakistani-born English actor
[B]
1952-11-25 - [/B]Imran Khan Niaz, cricketer (Pakistan's greatest all-rounder)
[B]
1953-03-25 - [/B]Haroon Rashid, cricketer (Pakistani & WSC batsman late
70's)
[B]
1953-04-01 - [/B]Aftab Baloch, cricketer (Pakistani in 2 Tests, scored 428 for
Sind 74)
[B]
1953-05-29 - [/B]Ranji Nanan, cricketer (Trinidad off-spinner, 1 Test v
Pakistan 1981)
[B]
1953-06-21 - [/B]Benazir Bhutto, 1st female leader of a Muslim nation
(Pakistan)
[B]
1953-08-06 - [/B]Iqbal Qasim, cricketer (Pakistani slow lefty in the 80's)
[B]
1953-09-17 - [/B]Altaf Hussain, Pakistani politician and founder of MQM
[B]
1954-05-01 - [/B]Taslim Arif, cricketer (Pakistani keeper/batsman, 210 v Aust
1980)
[B]
1955-03-15 - [/B]Mohsin Khan, cricketer (Pakistani opening batsman late 70s
early 80s)
[B]
1955-05-21 - [/B]Liaqat Ali, cricket pace bowler (Pakistani in six Tests
1975-79)
[B]
1955-12-24 - [/B]Anwar Khan, cricketer (bowled four overs for Pakistan 1979)
[B]
1956-03-24 - [/B]Ijaz Faqih, cricketer (Pakistan off-spin all-rounder in 5 Tests
80-88)
[B]
1956-04-06 - [/B]Mudassar Nazar, cricketer (son of Nazar Mohammad
Pakistani bat)
[B]
1956-06-22 - [/B]Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Pakistani Politician and Foreign
Minister
[B]
1956-12-25 - [/B]Mansoor Akhtar, cricketer (Pakistani batsman early 80's)
[B]
1957-06-12 - [/B]Javed Miandad, cricketer (Pakistan batsman Got a kick out
of Lillee)
[B]
1957-08-25 - [/B]Sikander Bakht, cricketer (Pakistani change bowler late 70's)
[B]
1957-12-07 - [/B]Rohan Jayasekera, cricketer (one Test Sri Lanka v Pakistan
1982)
[B]
1958-04-22 - [/B]Ashraf Ali, cricket wicket-keeper (Pakistani mid-80s)
[B]
1958-12-19 - [/B]Iqbal Sikander, cricketer (Pakistan leg-spinner 1992 World Cup)
[B]
1959-06-12 - [/B]Jalal-ud-din, cricketer (Pakistani paceman, ODI hat-trick v Aust 1982)
[B]
1959-07-06 - [/B]Tahir Naqqash, cricketer (Pakistani pace-bowler in 15 Tests 1982-85)
[B]
1959-12-07 - [/B]Salim Yousuf, cricketer (Pakistani wicket-keeper in 32 Tests
1986-90)
[B]
1959-12-15 - [/B]Rashid Khan, cricketer (4 Tests for Pakistan 1982-85)
[B]
1960-05-10 - [/B]Tauseef Ahmed, cricketer (leading Pakistani off-spinner of
80's)
[B]
1961-09-04 - [/B]Rizwan-uz-Zaman, Pakistani cricketer
[B]
1962-05-23 - [/B]Imran Anwar, Pakistani Internet pioneer and American TV
personality
[B]
1962-08-14 - [/B]Rameez Raja, cricketer (prolific Pakistani batsman)
[B]
1962-08-25 - [/B]Shahid Mahboob, cricketer (batted in one Test for Pakistan
1989)
[B]
1962-11-19 - [/B]Salim Jaffer, cricketer (Pakistani pace bowler in 14 Tests
1986-91)
[B]
1963-01-03 - [/B]Aamer Malik, cricketer (Pakistani batsman in 13 Tests
1987-90)
[B]
1963-01-19 - [/B]Martin Bashir, Pakistani-born reporter
[B]
1963-04-03 - [/B]Zakir Khan, cricketer (two Tests for Pakistan 1986-89)
[B]
1963-04-16 - [/B]Salim Malik, cricketer (memorable Pakistani & Essex batsman)
[B]
1963-06-16 - [/B]Mohsin Kamal, cricketer (Pakistani fast bowler 1984- )
[B]
1963-07-07 - [/B]Naved Anjum, cricketer (Pakistani all-rounder, two Tests
1989-90)
[B]
1963-07-29 - [/B]Azeem Hafeez, cricketer (fingerless Pakistani lefty quick)
[B]
1964-02-10 - [/B]Mir Aimal Kansi, Quetta Pakistan, murderer (FBI Most
Wanted)
[B]
1964-03-03 - [/B]Atif Rauf, cricketer (Pakistani Test batsman v New Zealand
1994)
[B]
1964-04-15 - [/B]Nadeem Abbasi, cricketer (three Tests for Pakistan v India
1989)
[B]
1964-09-03 - [/B]Junaid Jamshed, Pakistani singer
[B]
1964-11-22 - [/B]Akram Raza, cricketer (Pakistani off-spin all-rounder)
[B]1965-08-27 - [/B]Wayne James, cricketer (Zimbabwe Test wicketkeeper v
Pakistan 1993)
[B]
1966-01-06 - [/B]Shahid Saeed, cricketer (Pakistani batsman in Test v India
1989)
[B]
1966-06-03 - [/B]Wasim Akram, cricketer (brilliant Pakistani lefty fast bowler)
[B]
1967-05-20 - [/B]Ramzi Yousef, Kuwaiti-born Pakistani terrorist
[B]
1967-06-06 - [/B]Wasim Haider, cricketer (member Pakistan's 1992 World Cup
squad)
[B]
1967-11-04 - [/B]Asif Mujtaba, cricketer (Pakistani lefty batsman)
[B]
1967-12-12 - [/B]Masood Anwar, cricketer (one Test Pakistan v West Indies
1990)
[B]
1968-07-05 - [/B]Shahid Anwar, cricketer (Pakistani all-rounder 1996 England
tour)
[B]
1968-10-14 - [/B]Rashid Latif, cricketer (Pakistani wicket-keeper)
[B]
1969-02-02 - [/B]Ijaz Ahmed Jr, cricketer (one Test Pakistan v Sri Lanka
1995)
[B]
1969-03-01 - [/B]Azam Khan, cricketer (Pakistan ODI batsman 1996)
[B]
1969-12-10 - [/B]Nadim Khan, cricketer (brother of Moin Pakistani lefty spinner
1993)
[B]1970-03-03 - [/B]Inzamam-ul-Haq, cricketer (dashing Pakistani batsman)
[B]
1970-06-28 - [/B]Mushtaq Ahmed, cricketer (prodigious Pakistani leggie 1990-)
[B]
1970-12-13 - [/B]Basit Ali, cricketer (exciting Pakistani batsman 1993-)
[B]
1971-01-02 - [/B]Aamer Nazir, cricketer (Pakistani pace bowler 1993- )
[B]
1971-03-01 - [/B]Zahoor Elahi, cricketer (Pakistan opening batsman v NZ
1996)
[B]
1971-11-12 - [/B]Shakeel Ahmed, Pakistani cricket wicket-keeper (v West
Indies 1993)
[B]
1971-11-16 - [/B]Waqar Younis, cricketer (brilliant Pakistani fast/swing
bowler)
[B]
1972-08-05 - [/B]Aaqib Javed, cricketer (Pakistani pace bowler 1989- )
[B]
1973-06-06 - [/B]Ashfaq Ahmed, cricketer (Pakistan pace bowler 1993-)
[B]
1973-11-10 - [/B]Zahid Fazal, Pakistani cricket batsman (occasional Tests
since 1992)
[B]
1974-04-12 - [/B]Kabir Khan, cricketer (Pakistani slow left-armer 1994- )
[B]
1974-08-11 - [/B]Hadiqa Kiyani, Pakistani pop star
[B]
1975-02-28 - [/B]Azhar Mahmood, cricket pace bowler (Pakistani ODI 1996)
[B]
1975-03-28 - [/B]Atta-ur-Rehman, cricketer (Pakistani quickie, debut v
Engl1992 age 17)
[B]
1976-06-26 - [/B]Mpumelo Mbangwa, cricketer (Zimbabwe pace bowler v
Pakistan 1996)
[B]
1976-11-27 - [/B]Saqlain Mushtaq, cricketer (Pakistan Test off-spinner 1995)
[B]
1977-07-15 - [/B]Faraz Anwar, Pakistani guitarist (Mizraab)
[B]
1977-08-08 - [/B]Mohammad Wasim, Pakistani cricketer
[B]
1977-12-04 - [/B]Shahid Nazir, cricketer (Pakistan Test fast bowler v Zimbabwe 1996)
[B]
1978-08-26 - [/B]Raja Kashif, Pakistani singer
[B]
1980-03-01 - [/B]Abdur Rehman, Pakistani cricketer
[B]
1980-05-18 - [/B]Ali Zafar, Pakistani singer and model
[B]
1980-06-05 - [/B]Yasser Latif Hamdani, Pakistani constitutional lawyer
[B]
1981-02-24 - [/B]Mohammad Sami, Pakistani cricketer
[B]
1982-02-01 - [/B]Shoaib Malik, Pakistani cricketer
[B]
1982-04-29 - [/B]Kamran Jawaid, Pakistani film critic
[B]
1982-05-20 - [/B]Imran Farhat, Pakistani cricketer
[B]
1982-12-20 - [/B]Mohammed Asif, Pakistani cricket player
[B]
1984-10-07 - [/B]Salman Butt, Pakistani cricketer
[B]
1988-09-21 - [/B]Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Pakistani politician



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[B]Famous Deaths[/B]


[B]1898-03-27 - [/B]Sajjid Ahmad Chan, co founder (Pakistan), dies at 80
[B]
1938-04-21 - [/B]Muhammad Iqbal, Brt E Indies lawyer/Pakistan national hero, dies at 65
[B]
1948-09-11 - [/B]Mohammed Ali Jinnah, 1st governor of Pakistan (1947-48), dies
at 71
[B]
1951-02-12 - [/B]Choudhary Rehmat Ali, Pakistani nationalist (b. 1897)
[B]
1951-10-16 - [/B]Liaquat Ali Khan, PM of Pakistan (1947-51), assassinated by
Said Akbar
[B]
1953-11-22 - [/B]Syed Sulaiman Nadvi, Pakistani religious scholar and biographer
of Muhammad (b. 1884)
[B]
1958-02-14 - [/B]Abdul Rab Nishtar, veteran leader of Pakistan Movement, (b.
1899)
[B]
1963-08-27 - [/B]Allama Mashriqi, Pakistani scholar and politician (b. 1888)
[B]
1963-12-05 - [/B]Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy, Prime Minister of Pakistan (b.
1892)
[B]
1967-07-08 - [/B]Fatima Jinnah, Pakistani political figure (b. 1893)
[B]
1970-10-12 - [/B]Mustafa Zaidi, Pakistani poet (b. 1930)
[B]
1970-12-09 - [/B]Sir Feroz Khan Noon, Prime Minister of Pakistan (b. 1893)
[B]
1971-08-20 - [/B]Rashid Minhas, Pakistani Air Force pilot (b. 1951)
[B]
1973-12-18 - [/B]Allama Rasheed Turabi, Pakistani scholar, orator and
philosopher (b. 1908)
[B]
1974-04-20 - [/B]Mohammed Ayub Khan, premier/president (Pakistan), dies
[B]
1975-08-15 - [/B]Mujibur Rahiman, Pakistani sheik, killed in a military coup at 53
[B]
1978-01-11 - [/B]Ibn-e-Insha, Pakistani humorist and Urdu poet (b. 1927)
[B]
1978-01-18 - [/B]Hasan Askari, Pakistani philosopher, critic and writer (b. 1919)
[B]
1979-04-04 - [/B]Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Pakistani president, hanged in Pakistan at
51
[B]
1979-08-23 - [/B]Mian Mohammad Saeed, cricketer (1st Pakistan capt 1948-49),
dies
[B]
1980-07-26 - [/B]Ibn-e-Safi, Pakistani fiction writer and Urdu poet (b. 1928)
[B]
1980-08-08 - [/B]Aga Yahya Khan, Pakistan military/politician, dies at 63
[B]
1980-12-28 - [/B]Amir Elahi, cricketer, 1st Pakistani Test cricketer to die
[B]
1981-01-22 - [/B]Ishtiaq Hussain Qureshi, Pakistani historian and educationist (b.
1903)
[B]
1982-02-22 - [/B]Josh Malihabadi, Urdu poet of India and Pakistan (b. 1898)
[B]
1982-06-02 - [/B]Fazal Ilahi Chaudhry, Pakistani politician (b. 1904)
[B]
1983-07-27 - [/B]Mufasir-ul-Haq, cricketer (Pakistani left-arm quick 1965), dies
[B]
1986-04-20 - [/B]Sibte Hassan, Pakistani activist, journalist and writer (b. 1916)
[B]
1987-02-10 - [/B]Syed Sadequain Ahmed Naqvi, Pakistani painter, calligrapher
and artist (b. 1930)
[B]
1987-02-11 - [/B]Sadequain, famous Pakistani painter and artist. (b. 1930)
[B]
1988-07-26 - [/B]Fazlur Rahman Malik, Pakistani scholar (b. 1919)
[B]
1988-08-15 - [/B]Mohammed Zia ul-Haq, President of Pakistan, killed in plane
crash
[B]
1988-08-17 - [/B]Mohammad Zia Ul-Haq, pres of Pakistan (1978-88), dies in
plane crash at 64
[B]
1988-09-22 - [/B]Rais Amrohvi, Pakistani poet and psychoanalyst (b. 1914)
[B]
1991-02-08 - [/B]Miran Bux, cricketer (2 Tests for Pakistan 1954-55), dies at 47
[B]
1991-12-25 - [/B]Mahmood Hussain, cricketer (27 Tests for Pakistan, 68
wickets), dies
[B]
1992-05-08 - [/B]Gul Mahomed, cricketer (8 Tests for India & one for Pakistan),
dies
[B]
1993-01-08 - [/B]Asif Nawaz, Pakistani general, dies
[B]
1993-09-29 - [/B]Ghuslam Wyne, premier of Lahore Pakistan, murdered at 60
[B]
1994-04-14 - [/B]Salimuzzaman Siddiqui, Pakistani scientist and scholar (b. 1897)
[B]
1994-09-01 - [/B]Wallis Mathias, cricketer (scored 783 in 21 Tests for Pakistan),
dies
[B]
1995-04-16 - [/B]Iqbal Masih, Pakistani child slave labourer, activist (b. 1982)
[B]
1996-07-12 - [/B]Nazar Mohammad, cricketer (Pakistan's 1st five Tests
1952-53), dies
[B]
1997-08-16 - [/B]Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Pakistani musician (b. 1948)
[B]
1998-10-17 - [/B]Hakim Mohammed Said, Pakistani scholar and philanthropist
[B]2000-08-13 - [/B]Nazia Hassan, Pakistani pop singer (b. 1965)
[B]
2000-09-10 - [/B]Zaib-un-Nissa Hamidullah, Pakistani journalist and writer. (b.
1921)
[B]
2000-12-11 - [/B]Shaista Suhrawardy Ikramullah, Pakistani politician, diplomat
and author (b. 1915)
[B]
2002-11-08 - [/B]Jon Elia, Pakistani scholar, poet and philosopher (b. 1931)
[B]
2003-02-20 - [/B]Mushaf Ali Mir, Pakistani Chief of the Air Staff (b. 1947)
[B]
2003-06-13 - [/B]Malik Meraj Khalid, Former caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan
(b. 1916)
[B]
2005-05-30 - [/B]Fazal Mahmood, Pakistani cricketer (b. 1927)
[B]
2005-09-06 - [/B]Hasan Abidi, Pakistani journalist and Urdu poet (b. 1929)
[B]
2005-09-25 - [/B]Ghulam Mustafa Khan, Pakistani critic and linguist (b. 1912)
[B]
2005-10-11 - [/B]Shan-ul-Haq Haqqee, Linguist, and writer of Pakistan (b. 1917)
[B]
2006-01-26 - [/B]Khan Abdul Wali Khan, Pakistani opposition leader and Pashtun
nationalist (b. 1917)
[B]
2006-09-29 - [/B]Khalique Ibrahim Khalique, Pakistani journalist and Urdu poet
and critic (b. 1926)
[B]
2006-12-18 - [/B]Shaukat Siddiqui, Pakistani author, journalist and political
activist (b. 1923)
[B]
2007-03-18 - [/B]Bob Woolmer, South African cricketer and Pakistan national
coach (b. 1948)
[B]
2007-07-10 - [/B]Abdul Rashid Ghazi (b. 1951)
[B]
2007-12-27 - [/B]Benazir Bhutto, former Prime Minister of Pakistan
(assassinated) (b. 1953)
[B]
2007-12-28 - [/B]Benazir Bhutto, Pakistani Prime Minister (b. 1953)



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