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  Baloch Voice about Nawab Khair Baksh MarriThe Great Baloch leader   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Nawab Marri denied that he was against the parliament and said that he did not consider the parliament of Islamabad a genuine one rather it was the obedient and a court of Punjabi rulers.
Nawab Marri took the stand that on the one hand the Government is involved in arms twisting and at the same time it wants talks with the detained leader who is denied all the freedom and a cordial atmosphere for talks.
Nawab Marri does not allow development in his area and that he wants to keep his people in the dark that they should not get educated and pose no threat to him or his system, but this is all a pack of lies and that is the propaganda of the punjabi Pakistani agencies.
www.balochvoice.com /nawab_marri.html   (6890 words)

 Gateway to Sikhism: Sikh Martyrs:Nawab Singh Kapur
Nawab Kapur Singh was born of a Virk family of Jats in 1697.
The first batch was led by Baba Dip Singh Shaheed, the second by Karam Singh and Dharam Singh, the third by Kahn singh and Binod Singh of Goindwal, the fourth by Dasaundha Singh of Kot Budha and the Fifth by Vir Singh Ranghreta and Jivan Singh Ranghreta.
Then Nawab Kapur Singh begged Khalsa to relieve him out of his office, due to his old age, and at his suggestion Jassa Singh Ahluwalia was chosen the supreme commander of the Dal Khalsa.
www.allaboutsikhs.com /martyrs/nawabkapur.htm   (2009 words)

 Battle of Plassey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Growing on the sidelines was the French influence, at the urging of the enterprising French Governor-General Joseph François Dupleix, at the court of the Nawab.
Mir Jafar, for his betrayal of the Nawab Siraj Ud Daulah and alliance with the British, was installed as the new Nawab, while Siraj Ud Daulah was captured on July 2 in Murshidabad as he attempted to escape further north.
He was a hereditary banker to the Mughal Emperor and the Nawab of Bengal and thus well conversant with court intrigues.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Battle_of_Plassey   (2397 words)

5) Mualla Jah, Amir ul-Umara, Imad ul-Mulk Sani, Rafi ud-Daula, Nawab Muhammad Ghazi ud-din Khan Bahadur, Firuz Jang.
1800 - 1815 H.H. Sahib Jah, Azam ul-Umara, Nazim ul-Mulk, Nasir ud-Daula, Nawab Chin Qilich Khan Mihin Sardar Bahadur, Zafar Jang [Mir Nasir ud-din], Nawab of Baoni.
Recognised as hereditary Nawab of Baoni by the GOI, 24
www.4dw.net /royalark/India/baoni2.htm   (1589 words)

 Nawab Kapur Singh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Nawab Kapur Singh was born in 1697 CE.
As a mark of respect, and to symbolize the fact that even the Nawab was answerable to the will of the Khalsa and not to the government, he placed the robe of honor sent by the Mughals at the feet of the Panj Piaré before accepting it.
Then Nawab Kapur Singh begged Khalsa to relieve him of the duty of the leader of the Panth, due to his old age, and at his suggestion Jassa Singh of village Ahlu (later becoming famous as Jassa Singh Ahluwalia) was chosen the supreme commander of the Dal Khalsa.
www.sikhpoint.com /Religion/sikhcommunity/nawabkapursingh.htm   (1840 words)

 Encyclopedia: Nawab
Under later British rule, Nawabs continued to rule the princely states of Awadh, Bahawalpur, Baoni, Banganapalle, Bhopal, Cambay, Jaora, Junagadh, Kurnool, Kurwai, Palanpur (Pakistan), Pataudi, Rampur, Sachin, and Tonk.
Most of the Nawab dynasties were male primogenitures, although several ruling Begums of Bhopal were a notable exception.
The Nawab was then to be falsely implicated in the infamous episode of the " Black Hole " of Calcutta, in which 146 English prisoners are said to have suffocated to death by being confined to a small and airless prison.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Nawab   (2227 words)

 BANGLAPEDIA: Palashi, The battle of   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
It lasted for about eight hours and the nawab was defeated by the company because of the treachery of his leading general mir jafar.
There is no denial that a section of the influential members of the nawab's court at murshidabad, who were dissatisfied with Sirajuddaula, was trying to hatch a conspiracy to oust the nawab.
The defeat of the nawab was political and not a military one.
www.banglapedia.org /HT/P_0044.HTM   (1974 words)

 At last Nawab Khair Bakhsh released
Nawab Marri and his sons denied any involvement with the murder and maintained that they had no enmity with the deceased, these statements were all over the news, Nawab Marri’s counsels gave the same statements in the courts also.
Nawab Marri is the leader of all Baloch but a small section of Marri tribe has turned against him (Infect this is a family based community serving the interests of the government and acting upon government instructions).
Nawab Marri enjoys a good position; his position is not disputed among the Baloch Nationalists he will be able to become a symbol of Baloch unity in future, he can be a challenge to the government only the time will tell.
www.balochvoice.com /Nawab_Marri_urdutxt_1.htm   (1138 words)

 Central Chronicle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Nawab Hamidullah Khan was the last ruler of the princely state of Bhopal.
Nawab was made the Lt Colonel of the British Army in 1929.
Nawab of Bhopal did a new experiment in Bhopal and in April 1947 constituted a cabinet.
www.centralchronicle.com /20050329/2903302.htm   (665 words)

 Nawab - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Nawab or Nabob was originally the subadar (provincial governor) or viceroy of a subah (province) or region of the Mughal empire.
Before the incorporation of India into the British Empire, Nawabs ruled the kingdoms of Awadh (or Oudh, encouraged by the British to shed the Mughal suzereignty and assume the imperial style of Badshah), Bengal, Arcot and Bhopal.
For example in Bahawalpur only the Nawab's Heir Apparent used Nawabzada before his personal name, then Khan Abassi, finally Wali Ahad Bahadur (an enhancement of Wali Ehed), while the other sons of the ruling Nawab surprising used the (hindi!) style Sahibzada before the personal name and only Khan Abassi behind.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/nawab   (573 words)

 Little-known Nawab leads in Tata Open
Little-known Mohammad Nawab surged into his first ever lead with a career-best seven under 63 in the opening round of the Rs 1.5 million Tata Open 2004, an Amby Valley PGAI Tour event, at the Beldih and Golmuri Golf Courses in Jamshedpur on Tuesday.
Nawab's achievement came at the par-70 Golmuri Golf Course, which was also the scene of Chandigarh's Amritinder Singh 16th career hole-in-one.
Nawab was once an avid cricketer but on the insistence of his elder brother, Mohd.
inhome.rediff.com /sports/2004/nov/16golf.htm   (516 words)

1826 - 1852 H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Muhammad Bahawal Khan Abbasi III Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur, eldest son of H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Sadiq Muhammad Khan Abbasi II Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur, educ.
1852 - 1853 H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Sadiq Muhammad Khan Abbasi III Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur.
1853 - 1858 H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Fateh Muhammad Khan Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur.
www.4dw.net /royalark/Pakistan/bahawal3.htm   (739 words)

 Welcome to the Huntington Quarterly Online
Nestled at the corner of 6th Street and 4th Avenue is Nawab Indian Cuisine, a place where you are greeted with lilting Indian music and the savory aromas of garlic, ginger, cumin and cilantro.
Arora owns and manages Nawab with his wife, whom he calls "the spirit of the restaurant." With her radiant smile, quiet, charming manner and beautiful Indian dress, Nisha exposes customers to Indian culture and welcomes them as though they are guests in her own home.
Arora says that one of the primary goals of the staff at Nawab is to create an atmosphere where guests feel like family, that their presence is truly appreciated and they can enjoy a wonderful meal in a comfortable, intimate setting.
www.huntingtonquarterly.com /Issue42/nawab.html   (744 words)

Murshidabad named after Nawab Murshid Quli Khan, the Dewan of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa under Emperor Aurangzeb, is intimately related to events that ultimately changed the history of India.
The Nawab shifted the capital of Bengal to Murshidabad in 1705.
Moti Jheel Palace was the residence of Ghasiti Begum, the scheming daughter of Nawab Alivardi Kahn.
www.wb.nic.in /westbg/murshid.html   (667 words)

 Manas: History and Politics, Siraj-ud-daulah
He was to succeed as the Nawab of Bengal in April 1756 at the age of 27.
There are few contemporary Bengali accounts of the Nawab; and almost all the principal sources for his life are the writings of such Englishmen as were responsible for his overthrow.
The Nawab was then to be falsely implicated in the infamous episode of the "Black Hole" of Calcutta, in which 146 English prisoners are said to have suffocated to death by being confined to a small and airless prison.
www.sscnet.ucla.edu /southasia/History/British/Siraj.html   (329 words)

 Definition of Nawab
A Nawab was originally the provincial governor or viceroy of a province or region of the Mughal empire.
Nawab is also the title of senior Muslim nobles in Hyderabad and Berar State.
Most of the Nawabs were males, although the Begums of Bhopal were an exception.
www.wordiq.com /definition/Nawab   (355 words)

Nawab was compelled to appoint British army officers in Awadh army.
But when the pay of the Nawab's servants and allowances of his family members were heavily in arears, he told his helplessness to Warren Hesting.
After the death of Sadat Ali Khan his son Ghazi-ud-din Haider became Nawab Wzir on July 11, 1814 AD with the promise that he will continue to obey the previous treaty and will act as an independant prince and must be subservient to the British Govt.
www.indiancoins.8m.com /awadh/AwadhHist.html   (2646 words)

 Political   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The exception was Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who succeeded in stoking the Nawab’s fiery ambitions and manipulated him to split and undermine the Baloch tribal-nationalist movement in the 1970s.
In this perspective, Nawab Bugti and his tribes are anachronistic flmailers who should be dealt with ruthlessly by the state so that the multinational oil and gas companies can get on with their job.
Indeed, if Akbar Bugti is to be the last Nawab of the Bugti tribe who combines in himself the dual power of function and exploitation, the state of Pakistan should strive to become the first Sardar of the Bugti tribe which retains the power of function and gives up the power of exploitation.
www.asianoutlook.com /functionandexplotian050702.htm   (724 words)

 Tornos India - About Lucknow - Nawabs of Avadh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Nawab constructed Daulat Khana, the large palace - garden complex as residence for himself, the major mosques like Asfi Masjid, enlarged the Chowk and set up dozen major markets to form the core of royal quarter of the city.
However, before the transaction could be completed, the Nawab died in 1798 and was laid to rest in the magnificent Imambara built by him.
His succession was disputed on his being an illegitimate son of Asaf-ud-Daula, whose brother Sadat Ali Khan made overtures to the British who finally deposed and imprisoned Wazir Ali at Vellore as the latter did not toe their lines and revolted against the British.
www.tornosindia.com /nawabs.html   (1685 words)

 rediff.com: Chowrasia, Nawab lead Singhania Open   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Arjun Atwal, the star attraction of the tournament, overcame a tiring flight from Australia and shot a four-over 76 to be in joint 15th place.
Nawab was disqualified last week during the BPGC Open in Bombay after submitting a wrong card on the second day.
Nawab was one-under at the turn before making two bogeys on the back nine -- on the 11th and 15th -- which sandwiched a birdie on the par-5 14th hole.
www.rediff.com /sports/2001/feb/08golf.htm   (649 words)

 Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk [1837-1907]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk, fondly known as Syed Mehdi Ali, was born to a family of Barah Syeds on December 9, 1837 at Etawah.
Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk, being a farsighted and politically conscious leader, carried on correspondence with the private secretary of the Viceroy to give his point-of-view on the necessity of separate representation for the Muslims in all legislatures and local bodies.
In 1906, he, along with Nawab Viqar-ul-Mulk, was asked to draft the constitution of the Muslim League.
www.storyofpakistan.com /person.asp?perid=P003   (265 words)

 Intamm - History - Nawab
M.D. Nawab rule is an interesting phase in the chequered history of Tamilnad.
The Nawab himself feld that the Frenceh and the English were disturbing the peace of his kingdom.
In the meanwhile Nazir Jung repudiated Chanda Sahib and proclaimed Muhammed Ali Nawab.
www.intamm.com /history/nawab.htm   (563 words)

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Nawab is an expanding chain of restaurants, specializing in Cuisine of India.
Nawab is committed to preserving a culture, tradition and standard in culinary tastes that a Nawab would appreciate.
It is more than a decade since the Nawab restaurant group was established in Norfolk, VA. The Nawab name has since become an icon of Indian cuisine and established itself as the favored restaurant of curry connoisseurs across Virginia and neighboring states.
www.nawabonline.com   (243 words)

 Nawab Kapur Singh Singhpuria
All eyes centered on him and he was, with one accord, selected for the honour of Nawab.
Then Nawab Kapur Singh begged Khalsa to relieve him out of his office, due to his old age, and at his suggestion Jassa Singh Ahluwalia was choosen the supreme commander of the Dal Khalsa.
In the midst of this lifelong preoccupation with war and fighting, he maintained irreproachable moral standards and was universally admired for his devout and heroic spirit.
www.sikh-history.com /sikhhist/warriors/kapur.html   (1944 words)

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