Gulzar Ali – Internally Displaced Persons at Bannu

Profile Gulzar Ali LE Mag July 2016

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Internally Displaced Persons at Bannu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa – Gulzar Ali, MPhil Scholar, Department of History, University of Peshawar who has worked in Bannu with Centre of Excellence for Rural Development (CERD) providing relief assistance to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) of FATA (Federally Administered Tribal Areas semi-autonomous tribal region in north-western Pakistan, bordering Pakistan’s provinces of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, speaks exclusively to Mark Ulyseas.

Gulzar Ali’s research topic is “The Mujahidin at Chamarkand: 1915-1947”. His current area of research is on the resistance movement based on religion against the British colonial Government in North Western region of India, which also includes: History of the British Raj in the North West Frontier region, Colonial Resistance with focus on Mujahidin Movement and its relevance to Tribal support, History of Afghanistan, Provincial Politics under the British Raj, Socio-cultural History of Pakistan’s North Western region, and Religious transformation in the North Western region of Pakistan.

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