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(Biography) a variant spelling of Baber


or Ba•bar or Ba•bur

(ˈbɑ bər)

(Zahir ed-Din Mohammed), 1483–1530, founder of the Mogul Empire.
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Noun1.Babar - an imaginary elephant that appears in a series of French books for children
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21-year-old from Lahore Babar, who played three One-day Internationals for Pakistan, remained in a punishing mood from start to finish after their captain Umar Amin won the toss and elected to bat first on an easy paced track.
Babar relations with AJIP leadership deteriorated when Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf-led Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government decided to increase the number of the ministers after Qaumi Watan Party was forced to leave the government.
20 billion defamation suit filed by former Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry against PTI chief Imran Khan on the request of an associate of Babar Awan who appeared on his behalf.
It was here in the UAE last year that Babar made his Test debut against South Africa and despite doing reasonably well, he was left in the cold and missed the back-to-back series against Sri Lanka.
30pm in the Children's Library, storyteller Anna Conomos will enthral young readers with Babar stories.
According to The Dawn, Afridi scored 46 from just 27 deliveries, including launching his 400th six in all international cricket, while Babar took three key wickets then struck a six off the final ball of the match in the style of Pakistani legend Javed Miandad.
A photograph of Khan was also edited but it was never shown to Babar - apparently because the quality was so poor.
And it was the Sunday Mercury who first caught up with Babar after I tracked him down to a secret hideout in Lahore, Pakistan, in November 2001.
In several books, it is written that Babar, who died of polio on Monday, was the main planner of the Taliban in Afghanistan," Abdul Ghafoor Liwal, an analyst, said.
Babar also told how he identified Khan, who he knew as Ibrahim, to the security services before the London bombings in 2005.
Babar and his family are on an FBI witness protection programme for telling what he knows about al-Qaeda.
But when Babar asked Imran to do the suicide mission on behalf of Khyam, he turned it down, said Babar.