HAQ

AcronymDefinition
HAQHealth Assessment Questionnaire
HAQHigh Accuracy Quartz (watch)
HAQHarvard Asia Quarterly
HAQHardware Association of Queensland (East Brisbane, Queensland, Australia)
HAQHealth Activity Questionnaire
HAQHabitual Activity Questionnaire (health assessment)
HAQHip Acceleration Quotient
References in classic literature ?
Haq! And the yelping dog-teams go, And the long whips crack, and the men come back, Back from the edge of the floe !
Haq! And the loaded dog-teams go, And the wives can hear their men come back.
MQM-P spokesman Aminul Haq, an MNA who also attended Friday's meeting, told Dawn that PM's point man Jahangir Khan Tareen who had played a pivotal role in forging a coalition with the MQM-P was also present in the meeting.
In the semi-finals, Zain XI will take on Kazmi XI and Sangla XI will clash with Haq Bahoo XI.
The counsel maintained before the court that Haq was likely murdered by highly trained assassins from Afghanistan and had fled after completing their mission.
Addressing the concluding session of the JI central Shoora at Mansoora, Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq said that the government had neither done any legislation during its first five months nor had there been any judicial reforms.
As per sources Ahmad Shah was wanted to police in Maulana Sami ul Haq murder case and he had disappeared mysteriously since the last several weeks.
This he said during a meeting with Maulana Hamid ul Haq, after attending prayers' ceremony, held for the slain chief of JUI-S in Akora Khattak.
He said that a report about Haq's murder will be presented to the Prime Minister on Tuesday and the individuals involved in it would be brought to justice.
Nowshera [Pakistan], Nov 4 ( ANI ): Former Pakistan senator Maulana Samiul Haq, also known as the 'Father of Taliban', was laid to rest at Darul Uloom Haqqania in Akora Khattak on Saturday.
Haq has run the Darul Uloom Haqqania seminary in Pakistan's Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, near the Afghanistan border, for decades.
Ul Haq was the leader of an organised crime group that trafficked Pakistanis to the UK to work in a West Yorkshire clothing factory.