101Pakistanis

Adeeba Malik was born in Bradford and trained as a teacher. She taught religious education in a Bradford school before joining QED in 1992 where she manages a number of social, educational and economical projects.

Adeeba also has extensive experience of working with major public and private companies on equality and diversity projects.

Abdul Raoof Malik was born on 1st September 1973 in Bristol; he attended Whitehall Primary School and then completed his secondary education at Whitfield Fishponds Secondary School. He left school after completing (unsuccessfully) his GCSE’s and at the age of 17, he went to Pakistan and got married as per the wish of his parents. He later returned to his education and gained 5 GCSE's and completed his further education whilst running his businesses.

Aamir Ghauri is a London based journalist of Pakistani origin. From April to August 2008, he was the Director News, Dunya TV, an embryonic news channel in Pakistan. Previously, he was the European Head of News and Current Affairs for Geo TV - Pakistan's most-watched satellite channel worldwide. Before joining Geo in March 2005, he worked for both Pakistani and international news media including the BBC.

Aamer Anwar (born 1967) is a Scottish lawyer of Pakistani background. He is noted for his left-wing political views. He is considered one of Scotland's top lawyers, with over 25 years history of being a justice and equality campaigner. In 2014 his firm was awarded Criminal Law Firm of the Year at the Law Awards of Scotland.

Zahida Parveen Manzoor, Baroness Manzoor CBE (born 25 May 1958) is an English businessperson and public appointee, who was elevated to the House of Lords as a Liberal Democrat peer in 2013. From 2003 to 2011 she served as the Legal Services Ombudsman for England and Wales, reporting directly to Parliament.

Reham Khan Nayyar (Pashto/Urdu: ریحام خان‎; born 3 April 1973) is a British Pakistani journalist. She is the wife of Imran Khan and currently hosts the current affairs talk show In Focus on Dawn News. Khan was born to Dr Nayyar Ramzan, a physician. She is an ethnic Pashtun, belonging to the Lughmani tribe, and hails from the Baffa village in Mansehra, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Her parents moved to Libya in the late 1960s, where Reham was born in Ajdabiya in 1973.

Qaisra Shahraz is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, an award-winning novelist, playwright, education consultant and a college inspector. Born in Pakistan she has lived in Manchester since her childhood. She is a devoted parent of three sons. As well as being a strong, active member of the Pakistani community here in the UK, she has excellent links with Pakistan in various capacities.

Allama Azeem Gee who is the General Secretary of the International Na’at Association (UK), a member of Ruiyyat-e-Hilal Committee Britain and Secretary-General of Justice for Jammu and Kashmir, needs no formal introduction. He has full command of the sciences of mysticism, spiritualism, astronomy, numerology and astronomy, numerology and astrology.