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


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


(ˈæk bɑr)

( “the Great” ) (Jalal-ud-Din Mohammed), 1542–1605, Mogul emperor of India 1556–1605.
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For that I have no concern," said the king, who was as tolerant as Akbar in matters of belief.
Beside it is written, in very rough and coarse characters, 'The sign of the four,--Jonathan Small, Mahomet Singh, Abdullah Khan, Dost Akbar.
Akbar, from Canton in Cardiff, represented Great Britain at the championships where she competed alongside 1,400 athletes in the four-day event.
A professional conduct hearing was told Mr Akbar, who denies the allegations, was also allegedly involved in financial irregularities.
Akbar (left) - nicknamed Showtime - started his campaign by beating former national finalist Waqas Rouf of Wakefield's White Rose Boxing Club to become the new Yorkshire Champion.
Meanwhile, Counter Terrorism Department CTD arrested the wanted terrorist Ghazi Akbar from Sambat area of Swat who was allegedly involved in attacks on security forces.
Giving evidence, Akbar claimed he had been assaulted and had his Range Rover smashed with baseball bats by Mr Bashir, his sons Zulfikar and Imran, his nephew Shakeel Rashid and Boro Cars driver Amjed Selim immediately before the alleged dangerous driving offence.
Akbar Saheb, 52, an Indian expat who has lived in the UAE for the past 21 years, has created a number of pieces depicting Emirati culture, including 38 of the late HH Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
Upon this, Ali Akbar, his brother Mohammad Akbar, Mushtaq Bajrani and Khalid Daad Bajrani forced their entry into the Ali restaurant at Trimmu point and took Nadeem to their room in Amin hotel.
Late Talal Bugtis son Shahzain Bugti has demanded of the government to provide an aircraft to the family for carrying the remains of Talal Akbar Bugti to their native place Dera Bugti.
Ismaeel Akbar, 32, of Tipton, was jailed for 14-and-a-half years; his brother Yusuf Akbar, 33, of Edgbaston, Birmingham, for 12 years; and Kadeem Poyser, 21, of Browning Court, Wyken, for 13 years.
Political disturbances in Pakistan will not affect the country's preparations for the coming Haj season, said Khayyam Akbar, charge d'affaires at Pakistani embassy, here Sunday.