- Musharraf, Pervez, 1943–, Pakistani army officer, president of Pakistan (2001–), b. Delhi.
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- society. Pervez Musharraf, President of Pakistan from 2002 until 2008, occupied what TIME Magazine called “the most dangerous job in the world.
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- Ex-dictator Pervez Musharraf feted at London university. Allegations of war crimes and torture in Balochistan. London – 16 June 2011.
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- Payne arranged Perry's recent meetings with former Pakistan President Pervez Musharaff to "boost his foreign policy credentials." During the 2010 gubernatorial primary, Perry criticized Hutchison for employing Payne's services.
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- Sep 24, 2001 General Pervez Musharraf rose to the top job in 1998 - and was a key figure in the recent Kashmir crisis.
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- Pervez Musharraf began his military career in 1964, commanding artillery and infantry brigades.
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