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  • ISBN 0195776763
  • ISBN13 978-0195776768
  • Language English
  • Author Mazhar Ali Khan
  • Publisher Oxford University Press (October 24, 1996)
  • Pages 784
  • Formats mobi lit lrf mbr
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Politics and Government
  • Size ePub 1821 kb
  • Size Fb2 1305 kb
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This posthumous selection of Mazhar Ali Khan's writings is based almost entirely on editorials contributed to The Pakistan Times from 1947 to 1959. The volume intends not only to preserve a distinguished body of work, but also to give historians, scholars, and students access to a lucid and fearlessly critical contemporary perspective of Pakistani politics in the nation's formative years. The majority of editorials deal with the misadventures and intrigues that distinguished politics in Pakistan's first twelve years.

Mazhar Ali Khan (1917 – 1993) was a socialist intellectual and a veteran journalist of Pakistan.

Mazhar Ali Khan (1917 – 1993) was a socialist intellectual and a veteran journalist of Pakistan. According to Dawn newspaper, "Mazhar Ali Khan (1917-1993) was well known in his college days as a star debater, a lover of sports (tennis and swimming) and as a leader of a nationalist-minded and non-communal students' union. He served briefly as an officer in the British Indian Army.

This posthumous selection of Mazhar Ali Khan's writings is based almost entirely. Read by Mazhar Ali Khan. See a Problem? We’d love your help.

Humair Ishtiaq/The Star 5/12/98. Viewpoint years were from 1975 to 1992.

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Mazhar Ali Khan's professional career may be divided into three parts – for the first 12 years, he wrote for The Pakistan Times newspaper. Then he had a relatively inactive period of 16 years, where he wrote an occasional column for different publications

Mazhar Ali Khan's professional career may be divided into three parts – for the first 12 years, he wrote for The Pakistan Times newspaper. Then he had a relatively inactive period of 16 years, where he wrote an occasional column for different publications Personal life. Mazhar Ali Khan married his cousin Tahira. According to The Friday Times, "She (Tahira) eloped with her charismatic, student leader cousin Mazhar when she was 17.

Mazhar Ali Khan’s career shows how literary and journalistic talent was suppressed by authoritarian rulers. Punjab’s support for the Pakistan cause, And Mazhar Ali Khan became a fulltime journalist for the rest of his life

Mazhar Ali Khan’s career shows how literary and journalistic talent was suppressed by authoritarian rulers. Punjab’s support for the Pakistan cause, And Mazhar Ali Khan became a fulltime journalist for the rest of his life. to hegemonise the national press.

Mazhar Ali Khan was a socialist intellectual and a veteran journalist of Pakistan. Despite his feudal background, young Mazhar Ali Khan started mobilizing peasants working on his extended family's lands due to the prevailing influence and trend towards socialist thinking at that time in the late 1940s.

For other people named Mazhar Ali Khan, see Mazhar Ali Khan .

For other people named Mazhar Ali Khan, see Mazhar Ali Khan (disambiguation). This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Find sources: "Mazhar Ali Khan" journalist – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (October 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Mazhar Ali Khan (1917 – 1993) was a socialist intellectual and a veteran journalist of Pakistan.

Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan, the second son of Nawab Rustam Ali Khan, was born . Under his leadership a team also drafted the first report of the Basic Principle Committee.

Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan, the second son of Nawab Rustam Ali Khan, was born on October 1, 1896, in a Madal Pathan (Nausherwan) family. He graduated in 1918 from M. A. O. College, Aligarh. In his early life, Liaquat Ali, like most of the Muslim leaders of his time, believed in Indian Nationalism. But his views gradually changed. The Congress leaders invited him to join their party, but he refused and joined the Muslim League in 1923. His efforts in signing the Liaquat-Nehru pact pertaining to the minority issue in 1950 reduced tensions between India and Pakistan.