Shah Nawaz Bhutto
Politician and a member of Bhutto family hailing from Larkana in the Sind region of the Bombay Presidency of British India, which is now part of Pakistan.- Shah Nawaz Bhutto
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Dewan (also known as diwan, sometimes spelled devan or divan) designated a powerful government official, minister, or ruler.
in Junagadh, where Shah Nawaz Bhutto was the prime minister of the former princely state.
City located in the Sindh province of Pakistan.
Shah Nawaz Bhutto – prime minister of State of Jhunagarah, prominent landowner, politician, initiator and mover of Sukkur Barrage; father of Z. A Bhutto
Pakistani barrister and politician who served as the ninth Prime Minister of Pakistan from 1973 to 1977, and prior to that was the fourth President of Pakistan from 1971 to 1973.
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto belonged to a Sindhi Bhutto family, he was born to Sir Shah Nawaz Bhutto and Khursheed Begum near Larkana.
Administrative subdivision (province) of British India, with its capital in the city that came up over the seven islands of Bombay, the first mainland territory was acquired in the Konkan region with the Treaty of Bassein (1802).
Some of the prominent Indian members of the Executive Council were Chimanlal Harilal Setalvad, R. P. Paranjpe, Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah, Ali Muhammad Khan Dehlavi, Rafiuddin Ahmed, Siddappa Totappa Kambli, Shah Nawaz Bhutto and Sir Cowasji Jehangir.
Prominent political family and among the most powerful families of Pakistan, based in the province of Sindh.
Shah Nawaz Bhutto, a direct descendant of Sheto Khan, came to prominence during the British Raj as a dewan of the princely state of Junagadh in the Southwestern part of Gujarat in India.
Catholic primary and secondary school located in Saddar Town, Sindh, Karachi, Pakistan.
Shah Nawaz Bhutto - former chief minister of India's Junagadh State and father of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto
University in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.
The institute has been associated with several prominent South Asian Muslims including Pakistan's founding father and first head of state Mohammad Ali Jinnah who received his matriculation from the school in 1892, apart from Jinnah, Muhammad Hashim Gazdar (9th Mayor of Karachi), Shah Nawaz Bhutto, Abdullah Haroon, Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah and Muhammad Ayub Khuhro also studied here.
British Indian politician who made major contributions towards developing and defining the role of Muslims in economic, educational, social and political fields in the Indian subcontinent.
Although his party won a plurality of seats in the 1937 provincial elections, it was not able to form the government as its leaders like Haroon and Sir Shah Nawaz Bhutto failed to be elected.
The last ruling Nawab of Junagadh of the princely state of Junagadh in India from 1911 to 1948.
In his absence, his dewan, Sir Shah Nawaz Bhutto, ran the affairs of the state, and he consulted with Muhammad Ali Jinnah to join the state to Pakistan.
Elections to the Legislative Assembly of Sind were held in January and February 1937.
However, whilst the Sind United Party had emerged as the winner of the election its two most prominent leaders (Haji Abdullah Haroon and Shah Nawaz Bhutto) had failed to win the seats they contested.