Kasim Khan

Kasim Khan

 

Year of birth unknown; died circa 1469. The first khan (“tsar”) of the Kasimov Kingdom. Son of Khan Ulu Muhammad of the Golden Horde and brother of Khan Mahmudek of Kazan, who was feuding with Muscovy.

In 1446, Kasim Khan entered the service of Vasilii II Vasil’evich Temnyi, grand prince of Muscovy, and supported him against Prince Dmitrii Shemiaka in 1449 and 1450. In 1449, Kasim Khan defeated the troops of Khan Said Ahmad of the Golden Horde on the Pakhra River. Around 1450–56, Vasilii II gave Gorodets-Meshcherskii to Kasim Khan as an appanage. In 1467, Kasim Khan undertook an unsuccessful campaign against Kazan.

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Kasim Khan, the lawyer of Pehlu Khan's sons, said: "Pehlu Khan had permission from the concerned official for the transportation of cattle.
Actors Saleem Meraj, Kasim Khan, Kiran Tabir, Mubeen Gabol and Nimra star in the production, which has been written and directed by Abu Aleeha both.
It cites nomination papers submitted by Khan that during the general elections in 2002, 2013 and 2018, the respondent submitted documents and sworn affidavits, declaring only Suleman Khan and Kasim Khan among his children and concealed the existence of his 'love child', Tyrian Jade Khan.
Khan in all the nomination papers only declared Suleman Khan and Kasim Khan in the list of his children and concealed existence of his love child'.
"Moreover, he is not sagacious, righteous, non-profligate, honest and habitually propagates opinion, and acts in a manner prejudicial to the integrity and independence of the judiciary, besides defaming and bringing into ridicule the judiciary." Citing nomination papers submitted by Khan, the petitioner submitted that during the general elections in 2002, 2013 and 2018, the respondent submitted documents and sworn affidavits, declaring only Suleman Khan and Kasim Khan among his children and concealed the existence of his 'love child'.
Both his sons, Sulaiman Isa Khan and Kasim Khan, live in the United Kingdom with his ex-wife Jemima Khan.
The cast includes Ramsha Khan, Rizwan Ali Jaffri, Fatima Shah Jillani, Salman Faisal, Bilal Abbas, Ahsan, Mohsin Ikram, Kasim Khan and many others.
The poignant clip, shot in the Greek isle of Lesbos by Kasim Khan from Refugee Aid 786, shows one migrant's bid to end his own life by climbing up a telegraph pylon to jump off, before a good Samaritan comes to his rescue.
"The move will ensure that the waiting period for pilgrims and visitors is reduced," said Kasim Khan, a travel agent in Ruwi High Street.
Bravery: Kasim Khan, who chased armed robbers from his store.
The meeting was also attended by senators, Syed Nayyer Hussain Bokhari, Salahuddin Dogar, Muhammad Kasim Khan, Abdur Rahim Khan Mandokhel, Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq and Naeem Hussain Chattha.