Akbar


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Ak·bar

 (ăk′bär) Known as "the Great." 1542-1605.
Mughal emperor of India (1556-1605) who conquered most of northern India and exercised religious tolerance.

Akbar

(ˈækbɑː)
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(Biography) called Akbar the Great. 1542–1605, Mogul emperor of India (1556–1605), who extended the Mogul empire to include N India

Ak•bar

(ˈæk bɑr)

n.
( “the Great” ) (Jalal-ud-Din Mohammed), 1542–1605, Mogul emperor of India 1556–1605.
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Beside it is written, in very rough and coarse characters, 'The sign of the four,--Jonathan Small, Mahomet Singh, Abdullah Khan, Dost Akbar.' No, I confess that I do not see how this bears upon the matter.
"For that I have no concern," said the king, who was as tolerant as Akbar in matters of belief.
Ramani, who appeared before Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM) Samar Vishal to record her statement in the matter, said, "It is false that my tweets affected Akbar's reputation and I spoke the truth.
While addressing a press conference, Shahzad Akbar also shared some documents which he said detailed the transfers from HME to the PML-N vice president.
While addressing a press conference, Akbar also shared some documents which he said detailed the transfers from HME to the PML-N vice president.
Shahzad Akbar addressing media in an indirect reference to the Sharifs said they made laws that facilitated inflow of cash without any questioning.
Akbar Ayub Khan has directed the department secretary to probe the matter of tampering and submit a report at the earliest.
"You must [sue] me and sue me in a London [court] [...] And in that court, I will [produce evidence] of every TT (telegraphic transfer) made by you; how kick backs were sent from here; how money was transferred through hundi and hawala," Akbar said in a press conference in Islamabad.
Speaking at a press conference in the federal capital, Akbar said: 'You must sue me and sue me in a court in London.
The last of the six Suri rulers of India was Sikander Shah Suri, who was trying to recapture Lahore by defeating Akbar's army.
Noor Saada, the project manager of Modelling Inter-LGU Alliance in Basilan said the exit of the Akbar family actually began with the death in 2007 of the family's patriarch, Wahab Akbar, then the congressional representative of the island-province that has a population of nearly half a million.
Accountability court judge Muhammad Arshad Malik heard the reference filed by the National Accountability Bureau that names former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, advertising agency owner Akbar, former bureaucrats and others among the accused.