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Poet Nijabat composed the most celebrated epic of our literature 'Nijabat di Var aka Nadir Shah di Var' which exposed Nadir's barbarity as well as the shenanigans of quislings.
The ATC-VII judge found Ubaid alias K2 and Nadir Shah guilty of killing two cops at MA Jinnah Road some 18 years ago.
Nadir Shah made a presentation in the workshop on nutrition with all stakeholders where secretary planning and development Babar Aman and Minister for Information Fida Husain were also present.
The name of the fortress is connected with the invasion of Sheki of the ruler of Iran Nadir Shah.
The program consultant Dr Nadir Shah made a presentation in the workshop on nutrition with all stakeholders where secretary planning and development Babar Aman and Minister for Information Fida Husain were also present.
The Persian ruler Nadir Shah (1688-1747) is said to have stayed in Shikarpur on his march through Sindh while returning from invading India in 1739.
Yet in another operation, ANF Peshawar recovered 30 Gram Hashish from possession of an accused namely Syed Nadir Shah resident of Kohat who was arrested near Kohat University, Kohat.
Directed by Nadir Shah and produced by Ali Raza, the film focuses on the level of intolerance in society and how it is countered by the film's protagonist.
Appunny alleged that police was trying to put pressure on actor-turned-director Nadir Shah and himself to turn approver in the case.
Police formed a team for the arrest of the said group and arrested two members identified as Tahir Shah son of Zahir Shah and Nadir Shah son of Rasheed Ali and recovered stolen cash money, gold and other materials from their possessions.
The Iranians say that Nadir Shah stole it fair and square, while the Afghans assert that the Sikhs forced them to surrender it.
In 1739, the Kohinoor fell into the hands of the ancient Iranian invader Nadir Shah, whose loot from his conquest of Delhi (and decimation of its inhabitants) also included the priceless Peacock Throne.