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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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The election board president Naveed Hayat Malik and members Huma Tariq Sheikh and Ch Asif Irfan after perusal of the objections leveled by Mr Khursheed with regard to fake degree of Khanzada and casting votes previously, held his objections were based on mere hearsay and had not solid evidence.
Since the potential presidential candidate Saeed Khursheed Ahmed had been knocked out for technical reasons, Khanzada easily claimed a landslide victory.
Khanzada asks searing questions, hardly ever rhetorical, but very specific ones.
The applications were filed by Independent Media Corporation and Anchor Shahzeb Khanzada against Hussain wherein it was requested to the top court to initiated contempt of court proceedings against Hussain on account of violation of his undertaking that he will never spread hatred through his programme.
Khanzada said his company was providing a range of services to facilitate the farmers.
Vice-President Iranian Kabaddi Federation Majid Bahrami thanked Punjab Minister for Sports Jahangir Khanzada for extending warm welcome and said: "Pakistan people have won our hearts.
Shuja Khanzada, former Home Minister of Punjab, was killed in his village Shadi Khan in Attock on August 16, 2015.
The Punjab provincial head of Pakistan's National Action Plan against terrorism, Mr Khanzada took a bold public stance against the Taliban and Islamic militancy.
Meanwhile, sources in the interior ministry have claimed that that banned outfit Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) has taken responsibility of the suicide attack on Shuja Khanzada. Recently, LeJ founder Malik Ishaq killed in 'police encounter'
Khanzada said that as journalists our job is to bring the truth, and are not supposed to fight against the federal and state organisations.
Khanzada Khan, the Prime Minister said that his close contact with people in his constituency was appreciable.