Pakistani History (Part 2)

Historical Events

Events 101 - 200 of 359

Event of interestEvent of Interest

1973-02-02 Test debut of champion New Zealand cricket all-rounder Sir Richard Hadlee; drawn 1st Test v Pakistan, Wellington

Cricketer Richard Hadlee
Cricketer
Richard Hadlee
  • 1973-02-10 Pakistani cricketer Mushtaq Mohammad scores 201 runs in a match against New Zealand
  • 1973-02-11 1st one-day international for Pakistan & NZ
  • 1973-02-17 Rodney Redmond scores 107 on debut v Pakistan, his only Test Cricket
  • 1973-03-27 Dennis Amiss out for 99 v Pakistan, 3rd 99 in Test Cricket
  • 1973-04-10 Pakistan suspends constitution
  • 1973-08-28 India & Pakistan sign POW accord
  • 1974-02-24 Pakistan officially recognizes Bangladesh
  • 1974-08-23 Zaheer Abbas scores 240 Pakistan v England at The Cricket Oval
  • 1974-12-28 6.3 earthquake strikes Pakistan: 5200 killed
  • 1975-02-20 Leonard Baichan scores 105* on Test Cricket debut, v Pakistan Lahore
  • 1975-06-07 Dennis Lillee takes 1st one-day 5WI, 5-34 v Pakistan World Cup

BattleCoup d'├ętat

1975-08-14 -15] Pakistani military coup against Bangladeshi President Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

Founding Father of Bangladesh Sheikh Mujibur Rahman
Founding Father of Bangladesh
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman
  • 1975-09-07 Last day of 1st-class cricket for Pakistani cricketer Hanif Mohammad

  • 1975-12-28 Earthquake in Pakistan, 4,000 die
  • 1976-10-09 Peter Petherick takes hat-trick on cricket debut New Zealand v Pakistan Javed 1st wkt
  • 1976-10-09 Test Cricket debut of Javed Miandad (Pakistan), scores 163 on 1st day

Event of interestEvent of Interest

1977-01-18 Pakistan cricket all-rounder Imran Khan takes 6 for 63 in the Australian 2nd innings for a match total of 12 to lead his side to an easy 8 wicket 3rd Test win in Sydney

Cricketer and Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan
Cricketer and Prime Minister of Pakistan
Imran Khan
  • 1977-02-18 West Indies cricket fast bowlers Joel Garner (4/130) and (Colin Croft 3/85) debut in drawn 1st Test v Pakistan at Bridgetown, Barbados
  • 1977-03-04 West Indian cricket fast bowler Colin Croft takes 8-29 against Pakistan in 2nd Test win at Port-of-Spain; best Test figures by a pace bowler from the West Indies
  • 1977-03-07 Ali Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party wins elections
  • 1977-07-05 Pakistani army, led by Gen Mohammad Zia ul-Haq, seizes power
  • 1977-10-02 Pakistani general Zia ul-Haq bans all opposition
  • 1977-12-14 Test Cricket debut of Pakistan spin bowling great Abdul Qadir v England in 1st Test at Lahore
  • 1978-01-18 Geoff Boycott captains England for the 1st time, v Pakistan at Karachi
  • 1978-03-18 Former Pakistani premier Ali Bhutto sentenced to death

Event of interestEvent of Interest

1978-06-01 Future England cricket captain David Gower makes his Test debut in 1st Test against Pakistan in Birmingham; England win by an innings and 57 runs

Cricket Batsman and Captain David Gower
Cricket Batsman and Captain
David Gower

Event of interestEvent of Interest

1978-06-19 Ian Botham takes 8-34 v Pakistan, his best Test cricket bowling

Cricketer Ian Botham
Cricketer
Ian Botham

Event of interestEvent of Interest

1978-10-16 Test debut of Kapil Dev, India v Pakistan at Faisalabad

Cricketer Kapil Dev
Cricketer
Kapil Dev
  • 1979-03-29 Andrew Hilditch given out handled the ball v Pakistan at WACA
  • 1979-03-29 Last day of Test cricket for Pakistani cricketer Mushtaq Mohammad
  • 1979-04-04 Ex-President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto of Pakistan is executed.
  • 1979-11-21 Crowd at Islamabad, Pakistan attack US embassy, 1 dies
  • 1979-12-12 President of Pakistan, Zia-ul-Haq, confers Nishan-e-Imtiaz on Nobel laureate Dr Abdus Salam.

  • 1979-12-25 Opening day of 4th Test Cricket, India 8-112 v Pakistan at Kanpur

Event of interestEvent of Interest

1980-03-23 Australian cricketer Allan Border becomes the first and only batsman to reach 150 in each innings of a test, in the 3rd test vs Pakistan in Lahore

Cricketer Allan Border
Cricketer
Allan Border
  • 1980-12-31 After being struck by an orange thrown from the crowd West Indian fast bowler Sylvester Clarke knocks out a spectator with a brick during 4th Test against Pakistan in Multan
  • 1981-03-02 Aircraft hijacked by 3 Pakistani terrorists
  • 1981-11-14 Pakistan all out 62 v Australia at WACA, Lillee 5-18
  • 1981-11-29 Greg Chappell scores 201 v Pakistan at The Gabba (Brisbane)
  • 1981-12-10 The United Nations General Assembly approves Pakistan's proposal for establishing nuclear free-zone in South Asia.
  • 1982-09-20 Jalaluddin takes a one-day hat-trick Pakistan v Australia
  • 1982-10-05 Pakistan cricket leg-spin bowler Abdul Qadir takes 7-142 as Australia is dismissed for 330 in 2nd Test in Faisalabad; Greg Ritchie scores maiden Test century (106 no) but home side prevails by an innings & 3 runs
  • 1982-11-12 Zaheer Abbas gets his 100th 100 in Test Cricket for Pakistan v India, goes to 215
  • 1983-11-11 Australian cricket wicketkeeper/batsman Wayne Phillips scores 159 on Test debut vs Pakistan at WACA, Perth
  • 1983-12-26 Test Cricket debut of Gregory Richard John Matthews, v Pakistan at the MCG
  • 1983-12-29 Graeme Yallop completes 268 v Pakistan at cricket MCG
  • 1984-11-23 Limited-over international cricket debut for Wasim Akram for Pakistan, v New Zealand
  • 1985-03-10 India beat Pakistan to win "World Championship of Cricket"
  • 1985-10-28 Ravi Ratnayeke takes 8-83 for Sri Lanka v Pakistan
  • 1985-10-31 Last day in Test cricket for Pakistan's Zaheer Abbas
  • 1985-12-30 Pakistan restores constitution

Event of interestEvent of Interest

1986-04-10 Benazir Bhutto returns to Pakistan

Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto
Pakistani Prime Minister
Benazir Bhutto
  • 1986-08-14 Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto arrested
  • 1986-09-05 Hijacking of aircraft Pan Am 73 at Karachi airport, Pakistan, 20 passengers killed
  • 1986-10-29 Pakistan cricket leg-spin bowler Abdul Qadir takes 6-16 as the West Indies dismissed for 53 in 186 run defeat in 1st Test at Faisalabad
  • 1986-11-09 Pakistan all out for 77 v West Indies at Lahore
  • 1987-07-06 Pakistan cricket all-rounder Imran Khan reaches 300th Test wicket milestone, during 3rd Test vs England at Leeds
  • 1987-08-07 Javed Miandad becomes first to score 6,000 Test runs for Pakistan as he cracks 260 in drawn 5th Test v England at The Oval
  • 1987-08-08 Pakistan all out 708 v England at The Oval, Botham 3-217
  • 1987-11-25 Pakistan cricket leg-spin bowler Abdul Qadir takes 9-56 against England in 1st Test at Lahore; best figures by a Pakistani, and by any bowler against England
  • 1988-04-02 West Indies cricket fast bowling great Curtly Ambrose makes his debut in 9 wicket 1st Test defeat to Pakistan in Georgetown, Guyana; low key debut with 2-108
  • 1988-04-14 USSR, US, Pakistan & Afghanistan sign Afghanistan treaty
  • 1988-05-29 Pakistan President Zia ul-Haq dismisses government and disbands parliament

Conference meetingMeeting of Interest

1988-08-11 Al-Qaeda formed at a meeting between Osama bin Laden, Ayman al-Zawahiri and Dr Fadl in Peshawar, Pakistan

Islamic Militant and Terrorist Osama bin Laden
Islamic Militant and Terrorist
Osama bin Laden
  • 1988-08-17 Pakistani President Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq and U.S. Ambassador Arnold Raphel are killed in a plane crash.
  • 1988-09-15 Test Cricket debut of Ian Healy, vs Pakistan at Karachi
  • 1988-10-02 Pakistan's Supreme Court orders free elections
  • 1988-11-03 Pakistan claims it downed Afghan warplane
  • 1988-11-16 Pakistan's Benazir Bhutto's PPP wins 1st free Pakistani elections in 11 years
  • 1988-12-01 Benazir Bhutto named 1st female Prime Minister of a Muslim country (Pakistan)
  • 1989-02-12 5 Pakistani Muslim rioters killed protesting "Satanic Verses" novel
  • 1989-10-20 Pakistan win Sharjah Trophy over India & WI on round-robin
  • 1989-11-01 Despite 107 from Desmond Haynes, Saleem Malik with 71 leads Pakistan to 4 wicket win v West Indies in cricket's Nehru Cup Final in Kolkata, India
  • 1990-01-04 307 dead and 700 injured after overloaded passenger train collides with empty freight train in Pakistan
  • 1990-01-23 Australian cricketer Dean Jones scores twin test tons vs. Pakistan at Adelaide Oval
  • 1990-02-25 Australia beat Pakistan 2-0 to win cricket's World Series Cup
  • 1990-05-04 Pakistan beat Australia by 36 runs to win Austral-Asia Cup, Sharjah
  • 1990-08-06 President Ghulam Ishaq Kahn dismisses Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in Pakistan
  • 1990-10-31 Pakistan make 3-0 drubbing of NZ, Waqar Younis 29 series wkts
  • 1991-02-01 Afghanistan and Pakistan hit by earthquake, 1,200 die
  • 1991-12-25 Last day of a washout Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Gujranwala
  • 1992-03-21 Pakistan scores 6-264 to overhaul NZ in exciting World Cup semi

Event of interestEvent of Interest

1992-03-25 Cricket World Cup, Melbourne (MCG): Imran Khan scores 72 in his final ODI as Pakistan beats England by 22 runs for their first title; Martin Crowe (NZ), Player of Series

Cricketer Martin Crowe
Cricketer
Martin Crowe
Cricketer and Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan
Cricketer and Prime Minister of Pakistan
Imran Khan
  • 1992-08-20 England get 7-363 in 55 overs vs Pakistan, then world ODI record
  • 1992-09-16 900 die in flood in Pakistan
  • 1992-09-28 Pakistani Airbus A-300 crashes into mountain at Kathmandu, 167 dies
  • 1993-02-25 Pakistan all out 43 v West Indies, world one-day int record low
  • 1993-06-05 Somali warlord Aidids murders 23 Pakistani
  • 1993-11-13 Pakistani minister of Foreign affairs Faruk Leghari elected president
  • 1994-02-20 3 Afghans take 70 Pakistani children hostage
  • 1994-10-01 Australian cricket batsman David Boon scores 114 during 1 wicket, 1st Test defeat v Pakistan in Karachi; his 19th Test century
  • 1994-10-02 Pakistan defeat Australia by one wicket in Karachi Test
  • 1994-10-02 Pakistan cricket batsmen Inzamam-ul-Haq & Mushtaq Ahmed put on 57 runs in 8 overs for highest last-wicket partnership ever to win a Test, as the home team beats Australia by 1 wicket in the 1st Test in Karachi
  • 1995-02-01 Zimbabwe batsmen Andy (156) & Grant Flower (201) set world record brotherly stand of 269 to propel Zimbabwe to first ever victory in Test cricket in 1st Test against Pakistan in Harare
  • 1995-02-02 Henry Olonga no-balled for throwing in Zimbabwe-Pakistan Test Cricket
  • 1995-02-04 Zimbabwe's 1st Test Cricket victory, over Pakistan by an inning
  • 1995-09-26 Sri Lanka complete 2-1 Test Cricket series win in Pakistan from 0-1

Famous Birthdays

Birthdays 101 - 200 of 250

  • 1941-06-16 Mumtaz Hamid Rao, Pakistani journalist
  • 1941-08-14 Peter Truscott, New Zealand cricketer (one Test NZ v Pakistan 1965, 3 & 26), born in Pahiatua, Manawatu, New Zealand
  • 1941-11-20 Haseena Moin, Pakistani television drama writer and Urdu playwright, born in Kanpur, India
  • 1941-12-28 Intikhab Alam, Pakistan cricket leg-spinner (1959-77)
  • 1942-08-30 Pervez Sajjad, Pakistani cricket left-arm spinner (19 Tests 1964-73), born in Lahore, Pakistan
  • 1943-02-08 Pirzada Qasim, Pakistani poet and VC of Karachi University
  • 1943-06-06 Asif Iqbal, Pakistani cricketer (elegant Pakistani batsman 1964-80), born in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
  • 1943-08-10 Shafqat Rana, Pakistan cricket batsman (5 Tests, top score 95), born in Simla, British Punjab

Person of interestPervez Musharraf

1943-08-11 Pervez Musharraf, Pakistani general and politician, 10th President of Pakistan (2001-2008), born in Delhi, British India

General and 10th President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf
General and 10th President of Pakistan
Pervez Musharraf
  • 1943-10-01 Naushad Ali, Pakistan cricket wicket keeper, administrator, match referee (6 Tests), born in Gwalior, India
  • 1943-10-21 Tariq Ali, Pakistani author and historian
  • 1943-11-22 Mushtaq Mohammad, Pakistani cricketer (Pakistan leg-spin all-rounder 1959-79), born in Junagadh, India
  • 1944-01-01 Zafarullah Khan Jamali, Pakistani politician
  • 1944-03-23 Salim Altaf, cricketer (Pakistan medium-pacer in 21 Tests 1967-78)
  • 1944-05-10 Abdul Kadir, cricketer (Pakistani batsman-keeper in 4 Tests 1964-65)
  • 1944-05-17 Arif Butt, Pakistani cricketer (pace bowler for Pakistan in three Tests 1964-65), born in Lahore, Punjab, British India (d. 2007)
  • 1944-08-16 Mufasir-ul-Haq, cricketer (Pakistan left-arm quick, 1 Test)
  • 1944-10-16 Bob Cottam, cricketer (England fast-medium on 2 India/Pakistan tours)
  • 1945-03-03 Farooq Hamid, cricketer (1-107 in Test, Pakistan v Australia 1964)
  • 1945-05-03 Sadiq Mohammad, Pakistani cricketer (attacking Pakistan opening batsman 1969-81), born in Junagadh, Gujarat, British India
  • 1945-11-11 Niaz Ahmed, Pakistani cricketer (1st & last East Pakistani to play Test cricket), born in Varanasi, British India (d. 2000)
  • 1946-01-23 Asif Masood, Pakistani cricketer (Pakistani quick with long & erratic run-up), born in Lahore, Pakistan
  • 1946-03-08 Mohammad Nazir, Pakistani cricket spin bowler (14 Tests, best 7/99 1969), born in Rawalpindi, Pakistan
  • 1946-03-19 Mohammad Ilyas, cricketer (Pakistani batsman in ten Tests 1964-69)
  • 1946-03-31 Aftab Gul, Pakistani cricket batsman (6 Tests @ 22.75), born in Gujar Khan, Punjab
  • 1946-05-12 Leonard Baichan, cricketer (WI opener, 103 v Pakistan on debut 1975)
  • 1946-07-28 Fahmida Riaz, Pakistani writer and feminist, born in Meerut, India
  • 1946-09-28 Majid Khan, cricketer (great Pakistani batsman 1964-82)
  • 1946-10-05 Zahida Hina, Pakistani columnist, born in Sahasram, Bihar, British India
  • 1947-02-14 Salah-ud-Din, cricketer (played 5 Tests for Pakistan 1965-69)
  • 1947-06-29 Jeff Moss, Australian cricketer (one Test Australia v Pakistan 1979), born in Melbourne, Australia
  • 1947-07-24 Zaheer Abbas, Pakistani cricketer (probably Pakistan's finest batsman ever), born in Sialkot, Punjab
  • 1947-09-28 Sheikh Hasina, Bangladeshi politician, Prime Minister of Bangladesh (2009-), born in Tungipara, East Pakistan
  • 1947-10-21 Younis Ahmed, cricketer (batted for Pakistan in 1969 & again in 1987)
  • 1948-03-23 Wasim Bari, Pakistani cricket wicket-keeper (Pakistan's most successful), born in Karachi, Pakistan
  • 1948-05-14 Bob Woolmer, English cricket all-rounder, coach (19 Tests, coach Pakistan, South Africa), born in Kanpur, India (d. 2007)
  • 1948-12-01 Sarfraz Nawaz, Pakistani cricket fast bowler (55 Tests, 177 wickets; 45 ODIs), born in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
  • 1949-03-28 Shafiq Ahmed, Pakistani cricketer (Pakistani batsman during the 70's), born in Lahore, Pakistan

Person of interestNawaz Sharif

1949-12-25 Nawaz Sharif, Pakistani politician, Prime Minister (1990-93, 1997-99, 2013-17), born in Lahore, Pakistan

Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif
Prime Minister of Pakistan
Nawaz Sharif
  • 1950-05-29 Talat Ali, Pakistani cricket batsman (Pakistan 10 Tests), born in Lahore, Punjab
  • 1950-07-11 Pervez Hoodbhoy, Pakistani nuclear physicist
  • 1950-09-04 Ehteshamuddin, Pakistani cricketer (Pakistani pace bowler in 5 Tests 1980-82), born in Lahore, Punjab
  • 1951-01-01 Ashfaq Hussain, Urdu poet
  • 1951-02-19 Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri (Db), Pakistani Islamic Sufi Scholar
  • 1951-11-03 Azmat Rana, Pakistan cricket batsman (1 Test, top score 49; 2 ODIs), born in Lahore, Punjab (d. 2015)
  • 1952-07-03 Wasim Raja, British-Pakistani cricketer (bro of Rameez, Pakistani lefty bat & leggie), born in Multan, Punjab, Dominion of Pakistan

Person of interestImran Khan

1952-10-05 Imran Khan, 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan (2018- ) and cricket all-rounder (88 Tests, 3,807 runs, 362 wickets), born in Lahore, Pakistan

Cricketer and Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan
Cricketer and Prime Minister of Pakistan
Imran Khan
  • 1952-11-13 Art Malik, Pakistani-born English actor (The Jewell in the Crown), born in Bahawalpur, Pakistan
  • 1953-01-07 Agha Zahid, Pakistani cricketer (open batting for Pak v WI 1975, scored 14 & 1), born in Lahore, Pakistan
  • 1953-03-25 Haroon Rashid, cricketer (Pakistani & WSC batsman late 70's)
  • 1953-04-01 Aftab Baloch, Pakistan cricket batsman (2 Tests; 7th player to pass the 400 first class run milestone, 428 for Sind 1974), born in Karachi, Pakistan

Person of interestBenazir Bhutto

1953-06-21 Benazir Bhutto, 12th Prime Minister of Pakistan and 1st female leader of a Muslim nation, born in Karachi, Pakistan (d. 2007)

Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto
Pakistani Prime Minister
Benazir Bhutto
  • 1953-08-06 Iqbal Qasim, cricketer (Pakistani slow lefty in the 80's)
  • 1953-09-17 Altaf Hussain, Pakistani politician and founder of MQM
  • 1954-05-01 Taslim Arif, Pakistan cricket wicket-keeper (6 Tests; top score 210no v Aust 1980), born in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan (d. 2008)
  • 1954-07-01 Khalid Hasan, Pakistani cricket leg-spin bowler (1 Test; 16 years, 352 days, then youngest Test player), born in Peshawar, Pakistan (d. 2013)
  • 1954-09-18 Murtaza Bhutto, Pakistani politician, born in Karachi, Pakistan (d. 1996)
  • 1955-03-15 Mohsin Khan, Pakistani cricketer (Pakistani opening batsman late 70s early 80s), born in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
  • 1955-05-21 Liaqat Ali, cricket pace bowler (Pakistani in six Tests 1975-79)
  • 1955-07-26 Asif Ali Zardari, Pakistani politician, President of Pakistan (2008-13), born in Karachi, Pakistan
  • 1955-09-15 Abdul Qadir, Pakistan cricket spin bowler (67 Tests; 236 wickets; best 9/56 1987), born in Lahore, Punjab (d. 2019)
  • 1955-12-24 Anwar Khan, Pakistani cricketer (bowled four overs for Pakistan 1979), born in Karachi, Pakistan
  • 1956-03-24 Ijaz Faqih, cricketer (Pakistan off-spin all-rounder in 5 Tests 80-88)
  • 1956-04-06 Mudassar Nazar, cricketer (son of Nazar Mohammad Pakistani batsman)
  • 1956-06-22 Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Pakistani Politician and Foreign Minister
  • 1956-12-25 Mansoor Akhtar, cricketer (Pakistani batsman early 80's)
  • 1957-06-12 Javed Miandad, Pakistani cricket captain (124 Tests, 8,832 runs), born in Karachi, Pakistan
  • 1957-08-25 Sikander Bakht, Pakistani cricketer (Pakistani change bowler late 70's), born in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
  • 1957-12-07 Geoff "Henry" Lawson, Australian cricket player, fast bowler (1980-89) and coach of Pakistan, born in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
  • 1957-12-07 Rohan Jayasekera, Sri Lankan cricketer (one Test Sri Lanka v Pakistan 1982), born in Colombo, Sri Lanka
  • 1958-04-22 Ashraf Ali, cricket wicket-keeper (Pakistani mid-80s)
  • 1958-12-19 Iqbal Sikander, cricketer (Pakistan leg-spinner 1992 World Cup)
  • 1959-06-12 Jalal-ud-din, Pakistani cricketer (Pakistani paceman, ODI hat-trick v Aust 1982), born in Karachi, Pakistan
  • 1959-07-06 Tahir Naqqash, Pakistani cricketer (Pakistani pace-bowler in 15 Tests 1982-85), born in Lahore, Punjab
  • 1959-12-07 Salim Yousuf, Pakistani cricketer (Pakistani wicket-keeper in 32 Tests 1986-90), born in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
  • 1959-12-15 Rashid Khan, cricketer (4 Tests for Pakistan 1982-85)
  • 1960-05-10 Tauseef Ahmed, cricketer (leading Pakistani off-spinner of 80's)
  • 1961-01-08 Shoaib Mohammad, Pakistani cricketer (son of Hanif Patient & prolific batsman), born in Karachi, Pakistan
  • 1961-09-04 Rizwan-uz-Zaman, Pakistani cricketer, born in Karachi, Pakistan
  • 1962-05-23 Imran Anwar, Pakistani Internet pioneer and American TV personality
  • 1962-05-25 Zulqarnain, Pakistani cricketer (last person in alphabetical order to play Test), born in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
  • 1962-08-14 Rameez Raja, Pakistani cricketer (prolific Pakistani batsman), born in Faisalabad, Pakistan
  • 1962-08-25 Shahid Mahboob, Pakistani cricketer (batted in one Test for Pakistan 1989), born in Karachi, Pakistan
  • 1962-09-25 Chris Sheldon, British record producer (Foo Fighters, Pixies, Garbage), born in Karachi, Pakistan
  • 1962-11-19 Salim Jaffer, cricketer (Pakistani pace bowler in 14 Tests 1986-91)
  • 1962-12-12 Nadeem Ghauri, Pakistani cricketer (bowled in Test for Pak v Australia 1990), born in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
  • 1963-01-03 Aamer Malik, Pakistani cricket batsman (14 Tests, 2x100s 1989; 24 ODIs), born in Mandi Bahauddin, Punjab, Pakistan
  • 1963-04-03 Zakir Khan, Pakistani cricketer (two Tests for Pakistan 1986-89), born in Bannu, Pakistan
  • 1963-04-16 Saleem Malik, Pakistani cricketer (memorable Pakistani & Essex batsman), born in Kayerpora, Lahore, Pakistan
  • 1963-06-16 Mohsin Kamal, cricketer (Pakistani fast bowler 1984- )
  • 1963-07-07 Naved Anjum, Pakistani cricketer (Pakistani all-rounder, two Tests 1989-90), born in Lahore, Pakistan
  • 1963-07-29 Azeem Hafeez, cricketer (fingerless Pakistani lefty quick)
  • 1963-10-10 Daniel Pearl, American journalist (kidnapped and murdered in Pakistan), born in Princeton, New Jersey (d. 2002)
  • 1964-02-10 Mir Aimal Kansi, Pakistani perpretrator of the 1993 shootings at CIA Headquarters, born in Quetta, Pakistan (d. 2002)
  • 1964-03-03 Atif Rauf, cricketer (Pakistani Test batsman v New Zealand 1994)
  • 1964-04-15 Nadeem Abbasi, Pakistani cricketer (three Tests for Pakistan v India 1989), born in Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan
  • 1964-09-03 Junaid Jamshed, Pakistani singer (Vital Signs 1), born in Karachi, West Pakistan (d. 2016)
  • 1964-11-22 Akram Raza, cricketer (Pakistani off-spin all-rounder)
  • 1965-04-03 Nazia Hassan, Pakistani pop singer-songwriter, lawyer and social activist known as "Queen of Pop" in South Asia, born in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan (d. 2000)
  • 1965-08-27 Wayne James, cricketer (Zimbabwe Test wicketkeeper v Pakistan 1993)

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