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Verified download. One word describes the man people know as Imran Khan, Legend!
Imran Khan "Pakistan a Personal History"
Passionated, competitive, motivated and fiercely patriotic man that changed cricket scenario and life after cricket where he still makes a difference! I am an Indian.
So, naturally I never liked Imran Khan during his playing days, as he always used to win against India. So, I bought this book and read it. I am really surprised by Imran Khan.
As this is the first book, Imran Khan is very honest in this. After reading this book, I read his other book "Imran Khan" in which he is I felt less honest.
I am biased because of his struggle for Pakistan. So definitely a fiver Khan is an interesting persona of cricketing world.
Early life and cricket career
He achieved what he dreamed of but Allah God humbled him with failures out of blue and crushed his ego. Almost uninterested in politics, he fell into it due to strong defiance of Government against shokat khanam hospital hospital bombed once by Govt. Changing moment of his life was death of his mother, when he decided to make shaukat khanam cancer hospital.
He won the world cup because he wanted to win it for the noble cause.
Against all odds he founded SKMH. A long account of his struggles for hospital is worth reading.
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In between he marries Jemima , falling apart was hardest time of his life. Khan has a spirtual mentor , mian bhakash from whom he seek guidance.
He holds strong cultural values of pakhtun family systems. Best comes out the book when , his sound knowledge of foreign affairs gets hands on mushraf.
Last chapter of the book is an eye opener for everyone. Tribal areas of Pakistan are permeable to Afghanistan they just don't respect border lines drawn there, they feel for afghani brothers.Born only five years after Pakistan was created in , Imran Khan has lived his country's history. As interesting and important as his views on Pakistani politics are, equally fascinating is his development as a person and his relationship to Pakistan, which is a country he not only grew up in but also grew up with.
She was a complete mother, happy to sacrif all her pleasures for her family.
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Read more Read less. Its a rare book. Unfortunately, amongst the westernized elite in Pakistan the respect for age is diminishing. As its name suggests, there is a park in the middle of Zaman Park, where all us cousins - ranging from children to adults in their twenties - would play cricket and hockey. How did it reach this flashpoint of instability and injustice with such potentially catastrophic results for the whole world?
A visiting imam from Egypt was delivering the khutba.