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- Amanullah Khan a.k.a. Amānullāh Khān: Amanullah Khan was the Sovereign of the Kingdom of Afghanistan from 1919 to 1929, first as Emir and after 1926 as Malik. He led Afghanistan to independence over its foreign affairs from the United Kingdom, and his rule was marked by dramatic political and social change. He was the first Afghan ruler who attempted to modernize Afghanistan on Western designs. However, he did not succeed in this because of a popular uprising by Habibullah Kalakani and his followers. On 14 January 1929, Amanullah abdicated and fled to neighbouring British India while Afghanistan fell into a civil war. From British India he went to Europe where he died in Zürich, Switzerland, in 1960.
- Amanullah Khan is a Pakistani actor, producer and writer.
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- Amanullah Khan was born in Astore area of Gilgit on August 24, 1934. In 1940, went to kashmir in pursuit of educational opportunities. He passed his Matric Exam from Kashmir University in 1950 obtaining a place in the merit list. He then joined S.P. College and later Amar Singh College Srinagar and migrated to Pakistan in 1952. There he joined S.M. College Karachi graduated in 1957 and obtained a Degree in Law in 1962, all this as a self-supporting student.
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- Amanullah Khan was a Pakistani cricket umpire. He stood in 13 Test matches between 1975 and 1987 and 13 ODI games between 1980 and 1993.
- Amanullah Khan was a screenwriter.
- Amanullah Khan is a citizen of Afghanistan and a tribal leader from Afghanistan's Pashtun ethnic group. He is from Ghurian district in Herat Province.
- Amanullah Khan is a screenwriter and film producer.
- Amanullah Khan is an Afghan militia leader who is reported to have engaged in a local civil war with Ismail Khan, then the governor of the Province of Herat.
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- Amanullah Khan is a fictional character from the 2004 film Manasarovar.
- Amanullah Khan is a fictional character from the 2006 film Rang De Basanti.
- Amanullah Khan is a fictional character from the 2008 film Halla Bol.
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by Jawad Syed, Edwina Pio, Tahir Kamran, Abbas Zaidi
As already mentioned, Amanullah Khan is a leader of a Sial clan in Jhang and adheres to the Shia. This is highly suggestive of the fact that the efforts to bring peace to the conflict-ridden city were stymied because the important biraderis, like ...
by Ludwig W. Adamec
When Amir Habibullah was assassinated in Jalalabad in February 1919, Amanullah Khan was governor of Kabul and in possession of the arsenal and AMANULLAH, KING • 43.
by Thomas M. Leonard
Amanullah Khan lived in exile until ...
“Amanullah Khan, Chairman of the Pakistan based Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front said the subversives will wage an 18 month-old campaign of terror, including killings and more hijackings and kidnappings.” ° Independent Television ...
by Barbara A. West
Amanullah Khan declares full independence from Britain and sparks the third Anglo-Afghan War. The British-Afghan Rawalpindi agreement in 1919 is a weak declaration of self- determination; however, by the time the negotiations are ...
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This project would not only open up venues of cooperation in the oil and gas sector between the member countries but also help bring the people of regional countries together. (Amanullah Khan)
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