biographical name Pervez 1943- Pakistani general; president of Pakistan (2001- )

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  • Musharraf —   [ ʃa raf], Pervez, pakistanischer General, * Delhi 11. 8. 1943; trat 1961 in die pakistanische Militärakademie, 1964 in den aktiven Militärdienst ein (Teilnahme an den Kriegen gegen Indien 1965 und 1971); diente u. a. in einer Eliteeinheit… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Musharraf — Musharraf, Pervez …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Musharraf — Pervez Musharraf Pervez Musharraf پرويز مشرف 10e président de la République islamique du Pakistan …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Musharraf — Pervez Musharraf (2004) Pervez Musharraf (Urdu ‏پرویز مشرّف‎ ; * 11. August 1943 in Delhi, Indien) war von 2001 bis zu seinem Rücktritt 2008 Präsident Pakistans. 1999 hatte er in einem unblutigen Militärputsch die Regierungsgewalt übernommen, war …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Musharraf — n. family name; Pervez Musharraf (born 1943), Pakistani army officer, 12th president of Pakistan (from June 2001) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Musharraf — /mʊˈʃarəf/ (say moo shahruhf) noun Pervez /pəˈveɪz/ (say puh vayz), born 1943 in India, Pakistani army general and politician; head of military government which took power in 1999; self appointed president 2001–08 …   Australian English dictionary

  • Musharraf — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Musharraf Hussain — is a Scientist, Educationist and a world fame Religious Scholar in Nottinghamshire, UK. Biography Musharraf Hussain is the Chief Executive of the Karimia institute Nottingham[1][2] and the Chief Editor of The Invitation a family magazine,… …   Wikipedia

  • Musharraf Ali Farooqi — (born July 26, 1968, Hyderabad, Pakistan) is a Pakistani Canadian writer, translator and journalist. Contents 1 Biography 2 Bibliography 3 References 4 External links …   Wikipedia

  • Musharraf, Pervez — ▪ 2001       As he completed his first year as chief executive of the military government of Pakistan, Gen. Pervez Musharraf continued in 2000 to take a hard line on a number of policies, including the country s efforts to develop nuclear weapons …   Universalium

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