13 Who is Who - Commemorations ! PRIDE OF PAKISTAN

Who is Who - Commemorations

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Major Tufail Mohammad

Major Tufail Mohammad Shaheed (Nishan-i-Haider) was born in 1914 in Hoshiarpur. He was commissioned into the 16th Punjab Regiment in 1943. Early in August, 1958, Major Tufail,...

Fazal Ilahi Chaudhry

Fazal Ilahi Chaudhry was born in a Gujjar family in Marala village, near the city of Kharian, district Gujrat in Punjab province on January 1, 1904. He received his early educ...

Haji Abdul Razzaq Yaqoob

A wealthy Pakistani businessman and a philanthropist, Haji Abdul Razzak Yaqoob was born in 1944, the year his parents migrated from Surat in India to Karachi, Pakistan. He was...

Bashir Ahmad MSP

Unfortunately many of the Pakistanis who arrived in Britain in the 1950s and 1960s - the pioneers - have died over the last few years. It was these individuals who made us see...

Dr. Abdus Salam

Dr. Abdus Salam NI, SPk, KBE was born on 29 January 1926, in Jhang into the Ahmadi Punjabi family. He was a Pakistani theoretical physicist. His father was an official in the ...

Asghar Khan

Mohammad Asghar Khan was born in Jammu, British-held Kashmir to a Pashtun family originally hailing from Tirah Valley on 17 January 1921. His father, Brigadier Thakur Rahmatul...

Junaid Jamshed

Junaid Jamshed was born on 3 September 1964. After graduating with a degree in engineering from the University of Engineering Lahore, Jamshed briefly worked as a civilian cont...

Yaqub Ali, OBE

Unfortunately many of the Pakistanis who arrived in Britain in the 1950s and 1960s - the pioneers - have died over the last few years. It was these individuals who made us see...