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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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An attempted pull was heading for a six, but Babar and Lendl Simmons collaborated to complete the catch.
It is concerning when the Chief Justice of Pakistan promises that he has no political agenda,' said Babar.
However, PPP leaders and Babar himself said that he had 'resigned' as Zardari's spokesman, and the resignation was accepted by the former president.
Speaking to The Nation, Senator Babar said: 'I submitted my resignation [to Zardari] in the morning and waited for the approval by Asif Ali Zardari .
Babar further said that it is concerning when judges lean on 'contempt of court' for their integrity.
In his address, Babar said that the other institutions impinged the authority of the parliament.
Responding to a question during question hour in the House, Shahbaz Babar said that out of total, 3943 employees are regular employees and 1063 are working on temporary basis.
According to media reports, Farhatullah Babar had advised that all the judges and generals should also be held accountable.
Babar came into the fourth ODI at Sharjah with 234 runs in his previous three knocks and added an unbeaten 69 to deliver a seven-wicket success.
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.
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.