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List of Pakistanis

Pakistan is the sixth most populous nation in the World. Below is a list of some people who in some way relate to the country. See Category:Pakistani people for an alphabetical list of Pakistanis with categories.

Contents

  • Heads of State or Government 1
    • Civil / Democratically Elected Administrators 1.1
    • Military / Non-Democratically Elected Administrators 1.2
  • Foreign Ministers 2
  • Diplomats 3
  • Other Major Political Figures 4
  • Judges 5
  • Lawyers 6
  • Human Rights Activists and Philanthropists 7
  • Academia 8
    • Scientists, Researchers, Engineers, Doctors, Economists and Heads of Institutes 8.1
    • School Teachers 8.2
  • Religious Scholars 9
  • Military Personnel 10
  • Businessmen and Industrialists 11
  • Bankers 12
  • Arts, Literature and Other Media Personalities 13
    • Writers and Poets 13.1
    • Actors and Actresses 13.2
    • Artists and Painters 13.3
    • Photographers 13.4
    • Documentary Filmmakers 13.5
      • Visual Effects 13.5.1
      • Fashion Designers 13.5.2
      • Models 13.5.3
    • Journalists 13.6
    • Musicians 13.7
    • Video Jockeys 13.8
  • Sports 14
    • Athletics 14.1
    • Cricket 14.2
    • Field Hockey 14.3
    • Golf 14.4
    • Sailing 14.5
    • Snooker 14.6
    • Squash 14.7
    • Tennis 14.8
    • Football 14.9
    • Tent Pegging 14.10
    • Mountaineers 14.11
    • Skiing 14.12
    • Wrestling 14.13
  • Police Officers 15
  • Other 16
  • References 17

Heads of State or Government

Civil / Democratically Elected Administrators

Military / Non-Democratically Elected Administrators

Foreign Ministers

Diplomats

Other Major Political Figures

Judges

Lawyers

Human Rights Activists and Philanthropists

Academia

Scientists, Researchers, Engineers, Doctors, Economists and Heads of Institutes

School Teachers

Religious Scholars

Military Personnel

Businessmen and Industrialists

Bankers

Arts, Literature and Other Media Personalities

Writers and Poets

Main article(s): List of Pakistani writers, List of Urdu poets.

Actors and Actresses

For a categorical listing of actors in film, see Category:Pakistani film actors

Artists and Painters

Photographers

Documentary Filmmakers

Visual Effects

Fashion Designers

Models

Journalists

Musicians

Video Jockeys

Sports

Athletics

Cricket

Field Hockey

Golf

Sailing

Snooker

Squash

Tennis

Football

Tent Pegging

Mountaineers

Skiing

Wrestling

Police Officers

Other

References

  1. ^ a b Biography at the British Council website. Retrieved on 26 May 2008
  2. ^ "‘Tamgha-i-Imtiaz’ awarded to Faisal Mushtaq", The News International, Islamabad, 26 March 2013. Retrieved on 13 July 2014.
  3. ^ IAS-worldwide.org
  4. ^ Governorsindh.gov.pl
  5. ^ Pakistan’s King of Masalas spins his own magic April 27, 2008 The News
  6. ^ , February 25, 2013• Presentation, "Preserving our Past with Toys of the Futurea", TED@Doha Summit, Doha, Qatar, April, 2012.
  7. ^ • "Bright future for gaming industry", Gulf Times, Qatar, April 2012.
  8. ^ • "Blending Real With Virtual", Qatar Tribune, Doha, Qatar, May, 2009.
  9. ^ • "Digital age in Pakistan not a distant dream", The News, Karachi, Pakistan, January, 2011.
  10. ^ • Final-Fantasy-the-Spirits-Within - Cast, Crew, Director and Awards - NYTimes.com. (n.d.). Retrieved September 11, 2013, from http://movies.nytimes.com/movie/246683/Final-Fantasy-the-Spirits-Within/credits
  11. ^ , February 25, 2013• "Total realism with computer graphics no distant dream", Qatar Tribune, Doha, Qatar, March, 2013.
  12. ^ Content-UK.cricinfo.com
  13. ^ English.ohmynews.com
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