Pak Study Section 9

    • Benazir Bhutto first sworn in as Prime Minister of Pakistan on: 2 December 1988.
    • Air Headquarters (AHQ) is the Headquarters of Pakistan Air Force, located at: Islamabad.
    • The first coin of Pakistan was designed by: Douglas Gray.
    • Fairy Meadow is located in which district of Gilgit Baltistan: Diamer.
    • First Governor of State Bank of Pakistan: Zahid Hussain.
    • Quaid-e-Azam started his legal practice in Bombay (Mumbai) in: 1896.
    • World’s largest dam made of mud: Tarbela.
    • Rama Lake is located in which district of Gilgit Baltistan: Astore.
    • Area of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA): 27,220 kmĀ².
    • Act of 1935 consisted of how many sections: 321.
    • First and the last Chief Executive in the history of Pakistan: General Parvaiz Musharraf.
    • Muhammadan Literary Society was founded by Nawab Abdul Latif in: Calcutta.
    • Chandragup is: Mud Volcano.
    • ARY News, a Pakistani news channel, was launched in: 2004.
    • East India Company given permission to trade and build a factory in Bengal in: Qasim Bazar.
    • The ruler of Awadh was removed from power by the British on the pretext of misgovernance.
    • Shah Wali Ullah died in: 1762.
    • Pan-Islamism in the subcontinent was supported by: Syed Ameer Ali.
    • The organization considered the first Muslim political body to represent Muslims of the subcontinent: Central National Mohammadan Association.
    • Aligned years in Pakistan’s foreign policy: 1954-1962.

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