Ahmad Mirza

Ahmad Mirza

(äkhmäd` mērzä`), 1898–1930, shah of Persia (1909–25), son of Muhammad AliMuhammad Ali,
1872–1925, shah of Persia (1906–9), son of Muzaffar ad-Din Shah, of the Qajar dynasty. Muhammad Ali, who was an opponent of constitutional government, began to rule at a critical period just after the constitution of 1906 had been granted.
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. The last of the Qajar dynasty, he came to power as a result of a coup against his father. A regent initially ruled for him. A weak figure, Ahmad was overthrown in 1921 in a military coup by Reza Khan (later Reza Shah PahleviReza Shah Pahlevi
, 1878–1944, shah of Iran (1925–41). He began his career as an army officer and gained a reputation for valor and leadership. He headed a coup in 1921 and became prime minister of the new regime in 1923.
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). The shah, unable to oppose the new government, left (1923) for Europe, where he died.
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Deputy Commissioner Shahbaz Ahmad Mirza, who was the chief guest on the occasion, unfurled the national flag, inspected the parade and took the salute at the march past presented by the contingents of JKP, CRPF, JKHG, and SPOs with traditional enthusiasm.
The apex court clubbed together all the petitions filed by three lawyers -- Ishtiaq Ahmad Mirza, Sohail Akhtar and Tariq Asad -- and after hearing their arguments adjourned the hearing until July 23 seeking recommendations by the Attorney General of Pakistan.
This was informed in the meeting of district development committee Hafizabad held at district complex under the chairmanship of the Deputy Commissioner, Shahzad Ahmad Mirza, today.
He was received by Force Commander, Mateen Ahmad Mirza upon arrival.
Brig Mateen Ahmad Mirza, chief of the Anti-Narcotic Force (ANF), KP chapter, on the occasion said today's women were much more educated, well aware of their rights and powerful as the change in KP environment was quite visible though acceptance of change at times was difficult.
Naeem Ahmad Mirza, Head of Aurat Foundation, identified a number of areas that negate the spirit of pluralism in Pakistan and suggested that the cultural, religious, societal and gender based gaps were the key issues to deny Pakistan and its people to get benefitted from pluralism.
Naeem Ahmad Mirza, head of Aurat Foundation, identified a number of areas which in fact negate the spirit of pluralism in the country.
Shaikh Saeed Bin Maktoum Image Credit: GN Archives Victor Scvortov (left) Image Credit: GN Archives Betlhem Desalegn Belayneh Image Credit: GN Archives Alia Saeed Mohammad Image Credit: GN Archives Yousif Mohammad Ahmad Mirza Al Hammadi Image Credit: GN Archives
"I was unaware of what happened to my shop, but got information only when I read Twitter and a friend told me about it," said Al Zamil Caravan owner Ahmad Mirza Al Zamil.
District Election Commissioner Naushahro Feroze, Khalid Ahmad Mirza briefed the participants
According to media reports, Advocate Ishtiaq Ahmad Mirza on May 3 lodged a complaint with Rawalpindi civil lines police against PM under section 22 (A).