Amanullah


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Amanullah

(ăməno͝ol`ə), 1892–1960, emir (1919–26) and king (1926–29) of Afghanistan. To win popular support for his rule he invaded India in an attempt to free Afghanistan from British-ruled India. No serious fighting occurred, however, and the Treaty of Rawalpindi was soon signed (1919). He attempted to introduce a number of Western reforms and changed the country from an emirate to a kingdom. His subjects rebelled against his program, and he fled the country in 1929. He remained in exile in Switzerland until his death.

Bibliography

See study by L. B. Poullada (1973).

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Mr Ata will replace Amanullah Kanrani who tendered his resignation to the Balochistan governor two days ago.
QUETTA: Following Supreme Court Bar Association elections in coming October Advocate General Balochistan Mir Amanullah Kanrani has announced his resignation from AG post as he can't go for the SCBA presidency without an active campaign.
QUETTA:Balochistan Advocate General (AG) Amanullah Kanrani has announced his resignation in order to participate in the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) elections as its president.
This was stated by local PPP leaders after start of membership campaign at the residence of Sardar Ghazi Amanullah Khan Baloch here the other day.
AFP) 3 photos KUNAR, Afghanistan: Hajji Amanullah had been walking through the night, hoping to use the cover of darkness to shake off the Americans hunting him down, when he again heard the familiar low-pitched hum of the drone that seemed to watch his every move.
ATTOCK -- Regional Director Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) Attock campus Malik Amanullah said the regional campus facilitates six tehsils and more than 12,000 students of the district.
GHOTKI -- A donation camp was held by the Ghotki Youths Forum for the medical treatment of an ailing man namely Amanullah Khoso.
Dr M Amanullah is chief economist and Muhammad Usman Khan is an adviser in the Planning and Development Department, Punjab
The protest was led by chief of MQF Amanullah Khan Kakar, Naimatullah Khan Khilji and others.
According to police, the raids were carried out on the houses of former SHO Amanullah Marwat his brother Ehsanullah Marwat, Raees Abbasi, and Imran Qazi in Gulistan Colony Jafar Tayar and Shah Latif Town but no arrest was made.
Both Awais and Amanullah died on the spot while Jaleel got injured.
While congratulating Amanullah Khan and Syed Ameer Hussain Shah Kazmi on the success in CDA's Labor Union elections, he said that PPP was a pro-labor party and the union led by Amanullah Khan could serve CDA labor more than any other group.