Nishan E Haider
- Nishan-e-Haider: The mark of the lion
- Hazrat Ali (RA) was named 'Haider' by his mother, a name that means 'lion'. The Nishan-e-Haider, thus, gets its name from this moniker and is the 'mark of the lion'. The award was established on March 16, 1957.
- A Tribute to the youngest Nishan-e-Haider
- There is so much material on greatness and great men that it leaves a human mind perplexed about its true meaning and essence. There are multiple answers to the question,” What makes men great?” It is all about perspective.
- Response from Pakistan to Indian veteran's blog published on jantakareporter.com
- Rana Shabbir Sharif's (Nishan-e-Haider) shahadat twice in your letter solely to provoke hatred but believe me without knowing you, I now know why you never reached the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in your career.
- 16th death anniversary of Nishan-e-Haider recipient Captain Karnal Sher Khan
- Captain Kernal Sher Khan (1970-1999) was a Pakistani army officer who embraced martyrdom during Kargil Conflict, is one of the among ten recipients who were are awarded Pakistan's highest gallantry award, 'Nishan-e-Haider'. Nishan-e-Haider literally ...
- Rashid Minhas day: Nation remembers national hero on his 65th birth anniversary
- Shaheed Rashid Minhas' sacrifice was recognized by the Pakistani nation and it was due to his selfless devotion that he was awarded the Nishan-e-Haider award. Rashid Minhas' sacrifice will forever be remembered by the Pakistani nation. The Kamra ...
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