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Khan

In Cambodia, one of eight subdivisions of the capital, Phnom Penh. A khan is roughly equivalent to a district or neighborhood.
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Earlier, Jahangir Khan also graced the opening ceremony of Third Loyal Pur National Men Squash Championship as chief guest at Chenab Club Faisalabad.
Jahangir Khan may have 10 British Opens - itself a record - but he was following what was forwarded to him by his ancestors, Hashim Khan made the path and others followed.
Jahangir Khan, said: "The bridge cost more than RO6 million.
1986: Pakistan''s Jahangir Khan lost his first match since 1981 when he went down to Ross Norman in the final of the World Open Squash Championship.
In another incident, an 18-year-old boy, Jahangir Khan, was shot dead by unidentified men in the Mochko police precincts.
Falling leaves, which came through the air-conditioning system once halted a big tournament in Chichester when Jahangir Khan and the four times world champion Geoff Hunt were on court.
KARACHI, June 29 -- A record 213 boys and girls will feature in the 4th DG Rangers Sindh National Junior Squash Championship, carrying prize money of Rs one million, starting at Jahangir Khan Squash Complex, North Nazimabad here from Tuesday (today).
Jahangir Khan Jahangir enjoyed the longest unbeaten run in professional sport, taking all before him in the 1980s, amassing six World Open and 10 successive British Open titles
Vanessa Atkinson blasted two sisters off court to become world champion ( despite being overawed by the legendary Jahangir Khan.
Other birthdays: Concert organist Nicholas Kynaston, 61; former BBC Director-General John Birt, 58; musician Frank Beard, 51; director and actor Kenneth Branagh, 42; Canadian sprint hurdler Mark McCoy, 41; Pakistani squash champion Jahangir Khan, 39; singer Brian Molko, 30; American actress Summer Phoenix, 24.
Police believe 15-year-old Jahangir Khan, who was shot through the head, was the victim of a gangland drug war.
The North American Open has a long and storied history of world-class squash, boasting such past winners as Sharif Khan, Mark Talbot and Jahangir Khan, the greatest squash player of all time.