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Sir Malik Feroz Noon

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Background

Employment History

  • Member of the Executive Council
    Viceroy
  • President
    Pakistan
  • Foreign Minister
    Pakistan
  • Prime Minister
    Pakistan
  • Defense Minister
    India
  • Prime Minister
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Web References
Malik Feroz Khan ...
www.jahangir.0catch.com, 13 Feb 2011 [cached]
Malik Feroz Khan Noon Malik Feroz Khan Noon belonged to one of the most influential landlord families of the Punjab. He was born in 1893. After receiving his early education from Athison College, Lahore he went to London from where he did his Masters in 1916. During his stay at London he also passed the exam of Bar at Law. On his return, Noon practiced law at Lahore High Court from 1917-1926. Then he joined politics and was appointed as Minister of Health and Education in the Punjab cabinet. He served as High Commissioner for India in London from 1936-1941. He was appointed as the member of the Viceroy's Executive Council in 1941 and retained the position till 1945. Simultaneously, he held the position of the Defence Minister of India from 1942-1945. He was the first Indian to be raised to that prestigious position during the British rule.
In October 1947, Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, with the desire to bring unity among the Muslim Ummah, sent Feroz Khan Noon as his special envoy to some countries of the Muslim World. This one-man delegation was the first official mission sent abroad by the Government of Pakistan. The aim of the mission was to introduce Pakistan, to explain the reasons of its creation, to familiarize the Muslim countries with its internal problems and to get the moral and material support from the brethren countries. Noon performed the role assigned to him in a successful manner.
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Malik Feroz Khan Noon and Begum Viqar-un-Nisa Noon with Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru
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Though President Iskander Mirza's support played an important role in the establishment of Noon's Ministry, but later on Mirza considered Noon as an obstacle in his way of obtaining absolute power.
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Though President Iskander Mirza's support played an important role in the establishment of Noon's Ministry, but later on Mirza considered Noon as an obstacle in his way of obtaining absolute power.
Story of Pakistan | Feroz Khan Noon
storyofpakistan.com [cached]
Malik Feroz Khan Noon belonged to one of the most influential landlord families of Punjab. He was born in 1893. After receiving his early education from Aitchison College, Lahore, he went to London from where he did his Masters in 1916. During his stay in London he also passed his Bar-at-Law exams. On his return, Noon practiced law at Lahore High Court from 1917 to 1926. He then joined politics and was appointed as Minister of Health and Education in the Punjab Cabinet. He served as High Commissioner for India in London from 1936 to 1941. He was appointed as a member of the Viceroy's Executive Council in 1941 and retained the position till 1945. Simultaneously, he held the position of Defense Minister of India from 1942 to 1945. He was the first Indian to be raised to that prestigious position during the British rule.
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Noon performed the role assigned to him in a successful manner.
Malik Feroz Khan Noon - ...
www.bhattirajputs.com [cached]
Malik Feroz Khan Noon - Former Prime Minister of Pakistan
Langley's point of view was apparently ...
www.concordmonitor.com, 5 Feb 2014 [cached]
Langley's point of view was apparently shared by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who on May 2, 1959, sent a note to Pakistan's president, Malik Firoz Khan Noon, delivered by Langley.
Sir Malik Feroz Khan Noon ...
www.factbites.com, 21 Dec 1981 [cached]
Sir Malik Feroz Khan Noon (1893-1970) was a politician from Pakistan.
Noon was then Chief Minister of the Punjab province from 1953 to 1956, after which he became Foreign Minister of Pakistan until 1957.
Noon died on December 9, 1970 in his ancestral village of Nurpur Noon, near Sargodha.
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Malik Feroz Khan Noon;Prime Minister Sir Feroz Khan Noon was a politician from Pakistan.
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