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Asif Iqbal


Asif Iqbal had an overall good experience in the field of cricket. He played for many national and international teams. His bowling and batting tactics were countable in the history of cricket for Paksitan.   Asif Iqbal Razvi is a former Pakistani cricket player who remained to be a captain for our team and Kent CCC. He was born on ... Read More »

Raja Muhammad Sarwar Shaheed


Raja Muhammad Sarwar Shaheed was born in Tehsil Gujar Khan’s Shingori village (on 27th July 1910) inRawalpindi district of Punjab Province, Pakistan. He was commissioned in Punjab Regiment during 1944 and was serving as captain in newly formed Pakistan Army after British partition of Indo Pak subcontinent. Soon after the creation of Pakistan the arch rival (India) started to implement its evil designs against Pakistan. When majority ... Read More »

Fatima Jinnah

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Fatima Jinnah Fatima Jinnah was one of the most figurative women of Pakistan. She was the younger sister of Mohammad Ali Jinnah. She was born in Karachi. She is commonly known as khatun-e-pakistan and Mader-e-millat. Early Life and Career Fatima Jinnah was born in Karachi on 31st July, 1893. Jinnah’s parents had seven children and she was very close to ... Read More »

Arfa Karim


These golden words were uttered by Arfa Karim in one of her interview. In such a brief period of her life time, achieving the MCP degree was a fact which made the geniuses of this world astonished. She was born on 2nd February 1995 in an insignificant village, Ram Diwali (Faisalabad, Pakistan), which is to be named as ‘Arfa Nagar’ after ... Read More »

Sawar Muhammad Hussain Shaheed


Sawar Muhammad Hussain Shaheed was born in Gujar Khan (District of Punjab Province of Pakistan) in Dhok Pir Bakhsh village (now renamed after him to commemorate) on June 18th, 1949. On September 3rd, 1966 at a very young age He joined one of the best armed forces of the world e.g. Pakistan Army as a Driver. Though he was a driver but had extreme passion for being ... Read More »

Abdul Hafeez Kardar


A brief account on the life and career of Abdul Hafeez Kardar; the first man to lead the Pakistani cricket team to glory. From where he began and how he went on to getting his name immortalized in the team’s history. In 1925 Lahore, Punjab gave birth to an individual who became a part of the three legendary players who ... Read More »

Sultan Golden – Legendary hero of Pakistan


Sultan Golden (Muhammad Khan) is a Pakistani car and motorcycle stuntman and jumping professional. He was the one to introduce the sport of reverse motorcar jumping. He reversed jump 150 feet above 15 cars, and it was listed as a world record. Sultan Golden’s achievements In 1984 In the year of 1984, sultan golden leaped above 15 cars and passed ... Read More »

Fazal Mahmood


Widely held as one of the finest bowlers in the history of Pakistan cricket team; Fazal Mahmood was born in Lahore on February 18th 1927. He played for Pakistani cricket team in 34 test matches and was able to take 139 wickets with an average for bowling of 24.70. He was the first Pakistani player to pass the 100 wickets milestone ... Read More »

Major Muhammad Tufail Shaheed


Major Muhammad Tufail Shaheed was born in Hoshiarpur in 1914. He was commissioned in Pakistan Army inside 16thPunjab regiment in 1943. During his professionally exceptional career he served in several instructional and command posts related to his very own Battalion. But the fate had decided to choose something best for him. During 1958 he was posted to East Pakistan Rifles (a ... Read More »

History of Zubair Aslam a.k.a. Jhara pehalwan


Zubair Aslam a.k.a JHARA Pahalwan, was the son of Aslam pahalwan who belonged to the renowned GAMA family of legendary wrestlers. He had to maintain the prosperity of his ancestors, and so he did by making his career in wrestling. Zubair was trained under the supervision of different experts of wrestling, while Arshad Bijli was one of the trainers who ... Read More »

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