Sayyid Ahmad Ali Khan (d. October 30, 1824), popularly known as Walla Jah, was the Nawab of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. He succeeded his half-brother, Zain-ud-Din Ali Khan, after he died on August 6, 1821, without a male issue. Walla Jah was the Nawab of Bengal from to
[News Tribe] - By Mirza Hassan - Mar 20th, (No Comment) Rawalpindi: Lahore High Court (LHC) Rawalpindi bench on Tuesday heard an application, seeking to stop military trial of Brigadier Ali Khan. No representative of GHQ JAG branch attended the hearing.
[DESIblitz.com] - The film starring Aamir Khan, Saif Ali Khan and Akshaye Khanna, won tremendous critical acclaim and went on to attain cult status among audiences. This marked the beginning of the SEL's friendship with Farhan Akhtar.
[Retail Digital (press release)] - Chaurahen (Crossroads), a film directed by Rajshree Ojha, who previously directed Aisha, in addition to two other popular specialty projects, boasts an impressive ensemble cast that includes Soha Ali Khan, Victor Banerjee, veteran Bollywood actress
[The Guardian] - Amjad Ali Khan may not enjoy quite the status of Ravi Shankar among western audiences, but he is rightly regarded as a major celebrity at home in India, and as the finest living exponent of the sarod – the wonderfully versatile instrument that looks
[Middle East Online] - Jamil Ahmad Khan, the Pakistani Ambassador to the UAE, said the embassy planned to do this through a non-governmental subsidiary of Aik Hunar Aik Nagar (Ahan), which translates into "one skill, one area". Ahan operates in 26 rural areas of Pakistan.
[Maidenhead Advertiser] - Wajid Ali Khan, 42, of Wellesley Road, Slough, and 41-year-old Neil Penfold, of Somerset Way, Iver, were arrested as part of Operation Colt on Thursday, November 17 last year. Warrants were executed simultaneously on the day and Penfold was arrested in
[Londonist] - WORLD: Amjad Ali Khan is a master of the sarod, an Indian stringed instrument. A legend of Indian classical music, Khan has a major residency starting at the Wigmore Hall on Friday. ART/EXHIBITIONS: From Thursday, you can see Louise Bourgeois: The