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al Correspondent in Chitral Expedition, 1895; Transvaal and Rhodesia, 1896-7; Political Agent in Rajputana, 1898; Agent, Central India, etc., 1902-3; British Commissioner, Tibet, 1900-4; Resident at Kashmir, 1906-9. Ride Lecturer, 1905; holds K.I.H. Gold Medal, 1901. Publications: Heart of a Continent; Relief of Chitral; South Africa of To-day; India and Tibet: Within. Address: 3, Buckingham Gate, S.W. Club: Travellers’.

Younghusband, Romer Edward, C.S.I. (1908). I.C.S., Bar-at-Law; s. of late General Robert R. Younghusband; b. 1858; educ: Rugby, Clifton, and Balliol College, Oxford; B.A., 1879; called to the Bar (Lincoln’s Inn), 1879; joined service, 1879; Junior Secretary to Financial Commissioner, 1886; Under Secretary to Government, Punjab, 1888; Deputy Commissioner, 1894; Chief Political Officer, Tochi Field Force, 1897; Judicial and General Secretary to Punjab Government,, 1899; Commissioner, Lahore, 1905; Member, Punjab Legislative Council; retired, 1909. Address: c/o the Old Rectory, Wolverton, near Bath. Club: East India United Service.

Yusaf Hussain, Hon’ble Nawab (1910) Khwaja Muhammed, Khan Bahadur (1904), Dacca; closely related to the Nawab of Dacca; b. 1856; educ: at Dacca; Chairman, Municipality of Dacca; Vice-Chairman, District Board, Dacca; Member, All-India Muslim League; Member of the Committee for the appointment of Kazis; Visitor to the Central Jail, the Lunatic Asylum and the Dacca Ahsha-ul-lah School of Engineering; granted a certificate of honour, 1903; Recreation: Shooting. Address: Dacca, Bengal Presidency.


Zahir-ud-Din Ahmed, Khazi, Jagatdal; b. 1863; s. of Moulvi Mugid-ud-din Ahmed; educ: Dacca Madrasah, and Dacca College; Honorary Magistrate and Municipal Councillor; Head Assistant, Anglo-Indian Jute Mills. Address: Jagatdal, 34 Parganas, Bengal Presidency, India.

Zaib-an-Nissa, Rani, Jahangirabad, U.P.; b. 1885; suc. her father, Khuvaja Bashir-ud-Doula, 1881; m. Raja Tasaduq Rabul, C.I.E. Address: Jahanjirabad, Bara Banki, U.P.

Zain-ul-abdin Sahib Bahadur, Hon’ble Shifaul Mulk, Madras; represents Muhammadans of Group No. 1 in the Madras Legislative Council. Address: Popham’s Broadway, Madras.

Zalim Singh, Rai Bahadur (1905), Postmaster-General, Gwalior State; b. 1850; educ: Akbarpur School, Fyzabad School and Canning College, Lucknow; joined service, 1884; became Inspector of Post Offices, 1887; Assistant Superintendent, 1888; Postmaster in various places; Postmaster-General. Publications: several religious books. Address: Lashkar, Gwalior State, Central India.

Zaman Khan Malik, Khan Bahadur, (1911), Chief of Afridi Tribes. Address: Kuki-Khal, N.W.F. Province, India.