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  Muhammad Ali Bogra
Muhammad Ali Bogra (1900 - 1969) was a Pakistani statesman of Bengali origin, who served as Prime Minister of Pakistan from 1953 until 1955.
Born at Bogra to a family descended from the Nawabs of Bengal, he attended Calcutta University and followed his education with a career in politics.
Bogra would be removed from office in 1955 by the new Governor General, Iskander Mirza.
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 Finance Minister of Pakistan - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Chaudhry Muhammad Ali (Muslim League) served in the cabinet of Prime Minister Khawaja Nazimuddin (Muslim League) from October 24, 1951 - April 17, 1953.
Chaudhry Muhammad Ali (Muslim League) served in the cabinet of Prime Minister Muhammad Ali Bogra (Muslim League) from April 17, 1953 - October 24, 1954.
Chaudhry Muhammad Ali (Muslim League) served in the reconstituted cabinet of Prime Minister Muhammad Ali Bogra (Muslim League) from October 24, 1954 - August 11, 1955, when he was elected Prime Minister.
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 Pakistan - Printer-friendly - MSN Encarta
Ghulam Muhammad dismissed Nazimuddin and replaced him with Muhammad Ali Bogra, Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States, who subsequently was elected president of the Muslim League.
Bogra, who had little support in the new assembly, was replaced by Chaudhri Muhammad Ali, a former civil servant in West Pakistan and a member of the Muslim League.
Prime Minister Ali remained in office only until September 1956, when he was unable to retain his majority in the National Assembly and was succeeded by Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardy, founder of the Awami League of East Pakistan.
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 Pakistan - Printer-friendly - ninemsn Encarta
By the end of the 1930s, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, leader of the Muslim League and considered the founding father of Pakistan, had also decided that the only way to preserve Indian Muslims from Hindu domination was to establish a separate Muslim state.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah was governor-general until his death in 1948.
Muhammad Ali Bogra was then replaced by Chaudhuri Muhammad Ali, a West Pakistani.
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 Languages - 2bpakistani.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
uhammad Ali Bogra was born in East Bengal.
Muhammad Ali Bogra was appointed Prime Minister in April 1953 by Ghulam Muhammad.
Muhammad Ali Bogra was replaced by Chaudhary Muhammad Ali in August 1955 after the second constituent Assembly was elected.
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Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born at Karachi on December 25, 1876.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah started his political career in 1906, when he attended the Calcutta session of the All-India National Congress as the private secretary of the president of the Congress.
Muhammad Khan Junejo was elected member of the National Assembly in 1990, and died of illness in 1992.
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 Muhammad Jahangir Ahmed Web
Muhammad Nawaz Sharif was born in Lahore, on December 25, 1949.
Muhammad Rafiq Tarar was born on November 2, 1929, in a middle-class family of village Pirkot in District Gujranwala near Lahore.
Justice Muhammad Rafiq Tarar was elevated as the Judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in 1991 from which he retired in November 1994 on attaining the age of 65 years.
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 History Of N.A   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was elected unanimously as the President of the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan and the National Flag was formally approved by the Assembly.
Muhammad Khan Junejo, was nominated as the Prime Minister of Pakistan by the President (General Zia-ul-Haq).
Muhammad Rafiq Tarar was, however allowed to continue in his office.
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 Pakistan - MSN Encarta
The first government of Pakistan was headed by Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan and it chose the seaport of Karāchi as its capital.
Mirza was supported by General Muhammad Ayub Khan, commander in chief of the army, who was named chief martial-law administrator.
Foreign Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who opposed Pakistan’s capitulation, resigned his position and founded the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) in opposition to the Ayub regime.
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 Khawaja Nazimuddin - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
After the early death of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Nazimuddin succeeded him as the Governor-General of Pakistan.
The first Prime Minister of Pakistan, Liaquat Ali Khan was assassinated in 1951, and Nazimuddin stepped in to replace him.
The new prime-minister was another Bengali born statesman, Muhammad Ali Bogra.
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 Bogra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Khawaja Nazimuddin, the then Prime Minister of Pakistan was dismissed by the Governor General, Malik Ghulam Muhammad in April 1953, and Muhammad Ali Bogra was appointed Prime Minister on April 17, 1953 by the Governor General.
Muhammad Ali Bogra was very renowned diplomat but almost unknown as a politician.
Mohammad Ali Bogra with Pandit Jawhar Lal Neheru in New Delhi 1953
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 Get Pakistan.Com
After the dismissal of Prime Minister Khawaja Nazimuddin, Muhammad Ali Bogra was recalled from the States where he was the ambassador of Pakistan to the United States.
Muhammad Ali Bogra introduced his own formula, a modified version of the Basic Principles Committee report.
Chaudary Muhammad Ali, the Finance Minister was unanimously elected as the leader of the Muslim League replacing Mr.
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 Muhammad Ali Bogra becomes Prime Minister [1953]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Governor General Ghulam Muhammad had dissolved the Constituent Assembly although the Assembly had accomplished the task of framing the Constitution and all obstacles in the way of its promulgation were removed.
Muhammad Ali Bogra was sworn in again as the Prime Minster on October 26, 1954.
It was during the tenure of Muhammad Ali Bogra that Pakistan joined C. and S. In August 1955, the Governor General was forced to resign due to ill health and Major General Iskander Mirza was made the acting Governor General.
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 Pakistan Facts
The first government of Pakistan was headed by Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan, with Muhammad Ali Jinnah as governor-general, and it chose Karachi as its capital.
The new assembly that met in 1955 was not dominated by the Muslim League.
Muhammad Ali Bogra was then replaced by Chaudhri Muhammad Ali, a West Pakistani.
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 Muhammad Ali Bogra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Muhammad Ali Bogra was born in an aristocratic nawab family at Bogra, East Bengal, in 1900.
Muhammad Ali Bogra was not well known as a politician, though he was renowned as a diplomat.
After the Governor General dissolved the Constituent Assembly in 1954, Muhammad Ali Bogra was invited to resume the office of Prime Minister and form a new cabinet call "Ministry of Talents." He was dismissed by Iskander Mirza, the acting Governor General of Pakistan, and replaced by Chaudhry Muhammad Ali in August 1955.
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In his address, Ghulam Muhammad gave the idea of the establishment of an economic block of the Muslim countries.
Liaquat Ali Khan, during the last days of his rule as well as of his life, decided to remove Ghulam Muhammad from his Cabinet due to his bad health.
Due to the attack of paralysis, Ghulam Muhammad went on a two month's leave, and was eventually removed by the acting Governor General Iskander Mirza.
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 Chronology of prime ministers -DAWN - National; 27 June, 2004
Prime Minister Bogra resigned from his office immediately after the election of Chaudhry Muhammad Ali as leader of the Muslim League parliamentary party on August 7, 1955.
After remaining in office for almost a year, Chaudhry Muhammad Ali resigned from the prime ministership on September 8, 1956 and from the membership of the Muslim League leading to fall of the Muslim League United Front government.
Gen Zia's nominee, Muhammad Khan Junejo, was sworn in as the 10th prime minister on March 24, 1985.
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 Pakistan - Search View - MSN Encarta
Karachi is the principal port; a second major port, Muhammad bin Qasim, was opened in the early 1980s.
The first proper elections after the ending of military rule were won by the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), founded in the 1960s by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, and the dominant party in the country in the period before martial law.
Bhutto’s daughter, Benazir, became Prime Minister, but was dismissed by the president in August 1990.
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 ::::: Bogra :::::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Bogra is situated in northern Bangladesh near India
Bogra is known as a progressive district of Bangladesh with its historical tradition, advance socio-cultural and educational heritage, modern innovation and technological understanding.
graciously invit you to join the Forum Your contribution to the Bogra group discussion forum could be an impulse for the development of Bangladesh as a whole.
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 Pakistan - MSN Encarta
The first independent government of Pakistan was headed by Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan.
At the same time, Iskander Mirza became the governor-general of the country.
The president was supported by General Muhammad Ayub Khan, Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces, who was named chief martial-law administrator.
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 Mera Paksitan : Persoanlities :   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
uhammad Ali Jinnah was born at Karachi on December 25, 1876.
aulana Shaukat ali, the elder brother of Maulana Mohammad ali Jauhar, was a committed and sincere worker of Muslim Cause
haudhary Muhammad Ali was born on July 15, 1905 at Jallundur.
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Pir Muhammad Hoodbhoy was born in Karachi in 1905.
Huzur Wazir Ali Muhammad Macklai (1894-1971) was appointed its President with Alijah Rajab Ali Mohammad Dandawala as the Vice-President and Itmadi Rehmatullah Virji as Hon.
Prince Aly Khan also said that late doctor was an exceptional soul who sought no reward for his great services, and that he looked upon the departed leader always as one of the intimates and inmates of his royal house.
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Muhammad Ali Bogra (East Pakistan) who was then Pakistan's Ambassador at Washington and happened at that moment to be in Karachi to form a Government.
Muhammad Ali proceeded with the task immediately and presented a list of his proposed colleagues to the Governor General.
Muhammad Ali, at the same time turned his attention to the Bengalis who were the most vocal opponents of authoritarianism.
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 History Of Pakistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
This guaranteed Muslims representation in the provincial l as well as national legislatures until the dawn of independence in 1947.The idea of a separate Muslim state in south Asia was raised in 1930 by the poet and philosopher Sir Muhammad Iqbal.
Prime Ministe r Ali remained in office only until September 1956, when he was succeeded by Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy, leader of the Awami League of East Pakistan.
Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto resigned his position and agitated against Ayub's dictatorship and the "loss" of Kashmir.
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 1971 War as Declassified by The Government of Pakistan. - Message Board - ezboard.com
Mr Muhammad Ali of Bogra, who was then the Ambassador of Pakistan in the United States of America and not even a member of the National Assembly, was hurriedly called back and taken straight from the airport to the Governor-General's House where he along with his ready-made Cabinet was on the same day sworn in.
Ch Muhammad Ali, replaced him as the leader of the Muslim League party and became the Prime Minister.
Governor-General Ghulam Muhammad was, in the meantime, retired because of his ill-health and thus Major General Iskandar Mirza became the permanent Governor-General in August 1955.
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 Pakistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar died during the first session of the confrence.
Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, Mauly Sami Ullah kahn,Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk, Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk Nawab Salim Ullah khan of dacca,Sir Agha khan,Maulana Hakim Ajmal Khan, Zafar Ali Khan, Mualana Shaukat Ali, Maulana Hasrat Mohani, Raja Sahab of Mahmoodabad, Ch.
Rana Siaqat Ali Dhan was the ferst Lady Vice-Chancellor of Pakistan.
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 mr Vaas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
On the request of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, on December 6, 1971, Yahya Khan installed a civilian setup at the Centre and Nurul Amin, a prominent Bengali politician who was against Mujib-ur-Rahman, was made the Prime Minister.
Ever since Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto took over the responsibilities of governance, there was a strong group in the country that was not ready to accept him.
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and his way of politics is very different from the politics of his daughter and son in Law.
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