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Nisha Bano

She was born in Mansa, Punjab. She completed her schooling at Yogesh Memorial public school in Mansa, Punjab. She was very active in art & cultural activities during her school days. She has completed her graduation from SD College, Mansa. She ha ...

                                               

Muhammad Siddique Memon

Khan Bahadur Muhammad Siddique Memon was an educationist, writer and social leader of Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan. He established "Madrasatul Banat" the first school of Sindhi Muslim girls in Hyderabad. He was founder of Sindhi Muslim Literary Soc ...

                                               

Mirpur

Mirpur Thana, former name of Mirpur Upazila until 1983 Mirpur Model Thana, a locality in Dhaka Mirpur Upazila in Kushtia District Mirpur Stadium or Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Dhaka Mirpur DOHS, a neighbourhood of Dhaka Mirpur College ...

                                               

Lari (disambiguation)

Lari, Tuscany, a hamlet in Italy Lari Constituency, a constituency of Kiambu District, Kenya Lari River, Costa Rica Lari, East Azerbaijan, Iran, a village Lari, former name of Lahrud, a city in Ardabil Province, Iran Lari, Mazandaran, Iran, a village

                                               

Mai Khairi

Mai Khairi full name Khair-un-Nisa Talpur was one of the principle women architects of Sindh who took part in construction of religious architecture during the Kalhora dynasty and Talpur dynasty in Sindh. Mai Khairi was mother of Mir Fateh Ali Kh ...

                                               

In the name of God

In the name of God may refer to: "In the Name of God", an episode of Touched by an Angel "In the Name of God", a song by Dream Theater from the album Train of Thought "In the Name of God Deus Vult", a song by Powerwolf from the album Preachers of ...

                                               

Deccan Marathi

Deccan Marathi, or Deccani, is a possible language of the Marathi–Konkani group, or perhaps just a regional dialect of Marathi. Glottolog reports that it is closely related to Varhadi-Nagpuri. dialects are Bijapuri and Kalvadi. These have been co ...

                                               

Gol he

Gol he, also called chotī he, is one of the two variants of the Arabic letter he/hāʾ that are in use in the Urdu alphabet, the other variant being the do-cas͟hmī he, also called hā-ye-mak͟hlūt. The letter is named for its shape in the isolated fo ...

                                               

Aziz al-Hasan Ghouri

Aziz al-Hasan Ghouri, also known as Aziz al-Hasan Majzoob or Khwaja Aziz al-Hasan was an Indian Islamic scholar and poet. He was a disciple of Ashraf Ali Thanwi. His four volume book Ashrafus Sawaneh is regarded as one of the primary sources for ...

                                               

Kook

Kook, a synonym for crank person, a pejorative term for a person who holds an unshakable belief that most others consider to be ludicrously false Kook surfer: A wanna-be surfer of limited skill Kook surname Kook, a slave prominent in the 1811 Ger ...

                                               

Ismaili (disambiguation)

Ismailism is a branch or sub-sect of Shia Islam. The Ismailis get their name from their acceptance of Imam Ismail ibn Jafar Ismaili Arabic: اسماعيلي ‎ or the variant Ismaily or the Persian Esmaili may also refer to:

                                               

Attock (disambiguation)

Attock Petroleum Limited, oil marketing company in Pakistan. Attock Refinery Limited, crude oil refinery company in Pakistan. Attock Group, group of companies in Pakistan.

                                               

BSO

Bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, the surgical removal of both ovaries and both fallopian tubes Barents Sea Opening, an gateway to the Arctic Ocean Bismuth silicon oxide, a chemical compound that has bismuth, silicon, and oxygen British School of ...

                                               

Central Zone (disambiguation)

Central Zone of the Town of Angra do Heroismo in the Azores, a UNESCO World Heritage Site Central Zone of São Paulo, an administrative zone of the city of São Paulo, Brazil Central Zone, Bhutan, an administrative district of Bhutan

                                               

Radioactive (disambiguation)

Radioactive describes something undergoing radioactive decay, the process by which an unstable atomic nucleus emits radiation. Radioactive may also refer to:

                                               

Palestinian Medical Relief Society

Palestinian Medical Relief Society a Palestinian non-governmental and non-profit organization, and one of the largest health NGOs in the State of Palestine. It was established in 1979 in the Palestinian territories by a group of volunteer medical ...

                                               

Benjamin Balint

Benjamin Balint is an American-Israeli author, journalist, educator, and translator. His 2018 book explores the literary legacy of Franz Kafka. He lives in Jerusalem.

                                               

Rorgo Fretellus

Rorgo Fretellus, also spelled Fetellus, was a Frankish priest in the Kingdom of Jerusalem who wrote a widely circulated description of the Christian holy places in the Holy Land, the Descriptio de locis sanctis. Fretellus was born in the County o ...

                                               

Harper House

Harper House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Harper House Montverde, Florida, NRHP-listed John B. Harper House, Palestine, Illinois, NRHP-listed Harper-Chesser House, Georgetown, Texas, listed on the NRHP in Williamson Count ...

                                               

Khirbet a-Rai

Khirbet a-Rai is an archaeological site located in the Shfela, located some 3 km northwest of Tel Lakhish on a hill on the Lakhish Rivers southern bank. It has been surveyed by the PEF Survey of Palestine in 1875 and by Yehudah Dagan in 1992. It ...

                                               

Montevideo (disambiguation)

Montevideo is the capital city of Uruguay. It may also refer to: Montevideo, Georgia, a community in the United States Monte Video and the Cassettes, a New Zealand novelty band from the 1980s. Montevideo Convention, an international treaty which ...

                                               

Tempel (boat)

Tempel, also known as temper or kurikong, is a type of wooden motorized boat used by the Yakan, Tausug, and Sama-Bajau people of the Philippines. It is commonly used in the Sulu Archipelago and the Zamboanga Peninsula. It is around 48 ft long, 11 ...

                                               

Bangsamoro (disambiguation)

Bangsamoro may refer to: Moro people, also known as the Bangsamoros, a group of Muslim people within the ethnic indigenous tribes in Southeast Asia Bangsamoro Organic Law, the law that established the BARMM Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim ...

                                               

Golo

Golo may refer to: Golo, a masculine given name Golo, Kentucky, an unincorporated community, United States Golo footballer b. 1978, a Spanish football soccer player Golo Mann, historian, writer, son of Thomas Mann Golo Footwear, an American shoe ...

                                               

Misteryo sa Tuwa

Misteryo sa Tuwa is a 1984 Philippine period drama and political thriller film directed by Abbo Q. Dela Cruz based on a story and screenplay by Madeleine Gallaga. It sets in Lucban, Quezon in the 1950s where three men stole a suitcase from the pl ...

                                               

Ang Alamat ng Lawin

Ang Alamat ng Lawin is a 2002 Filipino fantasy swashbuckler film produced and directed by Fernando Poe Jr. - his final directorial work. The film stars Poe and Ina Raymundo along with new childstars Cathy Villar, Franklin Cristobal, Ryan Yamazaki ...

                                               

The Search for Weng Weng

The Search for Weng is a 2013 documentary film about Filipino actor Weng Weng, directed by Andrew Leavold. The film follows Leavolds quest to discover the story of the largely forgotten actor, whose real name was Ernesto de la Cruz. His starring ...

                                               

Infinite

Infinite Deep Purple album, the twentieth studio album by Deep Purple "Infinite.", a 2004 single by Japanese singer Beni Arashiro Infinite Sam Concepcion album, the second studio album by Filipino singer Sam Concepcion Infinite Eminem album, debu ...

                                               

Rose Tan

Rose Tan is the pen name of a Filipino writer who mostly creates romance and thriller Tagalog pocketbook novels. Her most notable work is The Bud Brother Series that has been televised by ABS-CBN under the same series name.

                                               

MacArthur

Division of Macarthur Macarthur, Australian Capital Territory, a suburb of Canberra, Australia Macarthur, New South Wales, a region of Metropolitan Sydney, Australia MacArthur, West Virginia, U.S. MacArthur, Leyte, Philippines Macarthur, Victoria ...

                                               

Yolanda

Typhoon Haiyan Yolanda, 2013 storm that caused catastrophic destruction in the Philippines Yolanda storm, a non-tropical system which struck Europe during May 2010 Tropical Storm Yolanda 1992, tropical storm formed during the 1992 Pacific hurrica ...

                                               

SFE

SFE may refer to: Sales force effectiveness San Fernando Airport Philippines IATA code Sigma Phi Epsilon The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction Supercritical fluid extraction Sydney Futures Exchange, now merged with the Australian Stock Exchange to ...

                                               

Magic mirror

Magic mirror or The Magic Mirror may refer to: Magic Mirror Snow White, a mystical object featured in the story of Snow White Mirrors in literature, such as The Magic Mirror, a work by American novelist Sylvia Plath The Magic Mirror fairy tale, R ...

                                               

Aristobule

Aristobule was an epithet of the Greek goddess Artemis, meaning "the best advisor", under which she was worshipped at Athens in ancient Greece. The politician and general Themistocles built a temple of Artemis Aristobule at Athens, near his house ...

                                               

Dardania

Dardania, Dardanian or Dardanians may refer to ancient peoples or locations: Dardanian Kingdom, an ancient Kingdom in Southeastern Europe Dardanians Trojan allies Dardania Troas, a city and a district of the Troad, in Asia Minor on the Hellespont ...

                                               

Thrace (disambiguation)

Thrace is a geographic region in the eastern Balkans, today divided between Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey. Historical entities Diocese of Thrace, a late Roman/early Byzantine province Thrace satrapy, an Achaemenid Persian province Kingdom of Thrace ...

                                               

Taymaskha Gekhinskaya

Taymaskha Gekhinskaya fought for ten years against the Tsarist troops in the Caucasian War, commanding a detachment. In 1840, she participated in the Battle of the Valerik River. According to Lieutenant General Apollo Galafeev, on February 15, 18 ...

                                               

Abakan Palace Ruins

Abakan Palace Ruins is a Chinese architecture styled palace located in Abakan, Khakassia, Russia dating back more than 2000 years ago to the Han dynasty. It was excavated by Russian archaeologists. The palace was administered by the Xiongnu and t ...

                                               

Akurgal

Akurgal was the second king of the first dynasty of Lagash. His relatively short reign took place in the first part of the 25th century BCE, during the period of the archaic dynasties. He succeeded his father, Ur-Nanshe, founder of the dynasty, a ...

                                               

Ynnakh Mountain

Ynnakh Mountain, also known as Arga Ynnakh Khaya, Gora Ulakhan Ynnakh and as Mother Mountain, is a mountain in Verkhoyansky District, Yakutia, Russian Federation. The mountain has been classified as a natural monument of Russia with number 142006 ...

                                               

Fyodor Brovko

Fyodor Grigorievich Brovko was a Soviet Moldavian who served as the Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic from 1941 to 1951.

                                               

Otan Korgaushilar Monument

Otan Korgaushilar Monument is a city memorial in Nur-Sultan, the capital of Kazakhstan. It is in Defenders of the Fatherland Square near Tauelsizdik Avenue. It primarily commemorates the Kazakhs who were sent to serve in the Soviet Army during th ...

                                               

Taneke Batyr

The Taneke Batyr was a Kazakh tribal leader who lived from 1807 to 1884 on the territory of the present Aksu district of Taldykorgan region. With Chokan Valikhanov, he influenced the peaceful dialogue between the Kazakh clans and the Russian Empi ...

                                               

1976 October Revolution Parade

The 1976 October Revolution Parade was a parade on Moscows Red Square on November 7th, 1976, dedicated to the 59th anniversary of the October Revolution. The parade marked the last appearance of Politburo member Nikolai Podgorny. Newly appointed ...

                                               

List of German standards at the Moscow Victory Parade of 1945

At the Moscow Victory Parade of 1945, marking the defeat of Nazi Germany, there were a total of 201 German military standards. Carried by a battalion of Soviet soldiers, they were thrown to the steps of Lenins Mausoleum under drumroll at the end ...

                                               

Taba

Burundi Taba, Songa Taba, Bururi Egypt Taba, Egypt, a town in Egypt near the Gulf of Aqaba Taba Summit, a series of negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority held in Taba, Egypt in 2001 Taba Border Crossing, a border crossing betw ...

                                               

FRW

FRW may refer to: Federation of Rural Workers, a former Irish trade union FRW, currency symbol for the Rwandan franc Friction welding, a solid-state welding process FRW, IATA airline designator for the defunct Bechuanaland National Airways based ...

                                               

Man. Feel. Pain.

Man. Feel. Pain. is a Canadian short drama film, directed by Dylan Akio Smith and released in 2004. The film stars Brad Dryborough as Karl, an isolated loner who nails his hand to a wall as an experiment in self-inflicted pain, only to become ven ...

                                               

Beyond the Gates

Beyond the Gates may refer to: In music: Beyond the Gates Possessed album, 1986 Beyond the Gates festival, an annual extreme metal festival that takes place every year the last wek-end of August in Bergen, Norway Beyond the Gates Joacim Cans albu ...

                                               

Purdah (film)

Purdah is an independent documentary film directed by Jeremy Guy, starring Kaikasha Mirza, Saba Mirza, and Al Heena Mirza. The title, Purdah, refers to a veil or screen and can also refer to something that Muslim women wear to keep hidden. The do ...