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Fehmida Jamali

Fehmida Kausar Jamali Balochi, Urdu: فہمیدہ کوثر جمالی ‎; is a Pakistani politician and hails from Balochistan. She was joined Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf a ruling party in Pakistan almost eight years back and become President Women Wing Balochistan ...

Jagannath Mallick

Jagannath Mallick was an Indian politician and the member of parliament. He initially served the member of Odisha Legislative Assembly and the Agriculture and co-operation minister in the state or Odisha.

Nasiruddin Khan

Nasiruddin Khan was an Indian politician from West Bengal belonging to All India Trinamool Congress. He was a legislator of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly. He was a minister of the Government of West Bengal too. His daughter-in-law Sahina M ...

Droimeann

The Droimeann cow is an endangered breed of cattle unique to Ireland. It was officially recognised as a rare native breed on 8 January 2020 following DNA profiling which showed that it was genetically distinct from other breeds. Animals may be bl ...

Admiral (India)

Admiral is a Four Star Naval Flag Officer rank in the Indian Navy. It is the highest active rank in the Indian Navy. Admiral ranks above the Three Star rank of Vice Admiral and below the Five Star rank of Admiral of the fleet, which has never bee ...

Joint Support Enabling Command

Joint Support Enabling Command is a joint operational level command under the NATO Military Command Structure. The command is designed facilitate the rapid movement of forces across national borders in Europe. According to NATO spokesperson Oana ...

Ministry for Community Empowerment and Advancement

The Ministry of Community Empowerment and Advancement of the government of Israel, is the governmental department responsible for Communal Development in the State of Israel. The Ministry is responsible, among others, for the Anti-Violence and An ...

Trillo

Trillo may refer to: Trillo, Italian for Trill music, a musical ornament In 17th century Italy "trillo" denotes the so-called Monteverdi trill or goats trill, a tremolo-like repetition of a single pitch, the term "gruppo" being used for the moder ...

Ikmal Hisham

Dato Seri Ikmal Hisham bin Abdul Aziz (Jawi إكمال هشام بن عبدالعزيز; is a Malaysian politician. He serves in the Cabinet of Malaysia as the Deputy Minister of Defence since 10 March 2020.

Micaela Lara Cadena

Micaela Lara Cadena is an American politician, currently serving as a member of the New Mexico House of Representatives from the 33rd district, which includes part of Doña Ana County.

Zolfaghar (missile)

The Zolfaghar missile is an Iranian road-mobile single-stage Solid-propelled SRBM named after the sword of Ali ibn abi talib Zolfaghar.It is beleived to be derived from the Fateh-110 SRBM family possibly the Fateh-313 missile. It was first unveil ...

Joseph Oliver

Joseph or Joe Oliver may refer to: Joe Oliver politician born 1940, Canadian former politician and Minister of Finance Joe Oliver baseball born 1965, American former professional baseball player Joseph Oliver politician 1852–1922, Canadian politi ...

Hendrick Danielsz Slatius

Hendrick Danielsz Slatius was a Netherlands remonstrant preacher and writer. He participated in a foiled plot to murder the Prince of Orange.

Dawei (disambiguation)

Dawei is a city in Myanmar. Associated locations and concepts include: Dawei District, the political division containing the township Tavoyan language, either a dialect of Burmese or a separate language of the same language family. Dawei River, t ...

Operation Braddock

Operation Braddock was a secret service measure planned and carried out by the British Special Operations Executive from 1943 onwards during the Second World War. The aim was to create confusion, fears, insecurity and demoralisation in enemy terr ...

Li Qiang (disambiguation)

Li Qiang minister 1905–1996, Chinese Minister of Foreign Trade Li Qiang Lianyungang born 1955, former party chief of Lianyungang, dismissed for corruption

Hamilton Fish (disambiguation)

Hamilton Fish was the 26th United States Secretary of State Hamilton Fish may also refer to: Hamilton Fish IV 1926–1996, congressman and son of Hamilton Fish III Hamilton Fish II Rough Rider 1874–1898, grandson of Hamilton Fish Hamilton Fish V bo ...

Anita Bhardwaj

Anita Bhardwaj is an Indian high altitude rescue doctor. She is joint medical director of the Six Sigma High Altitude Medical Rescue Services and she has received the highest award for women in India, the Nari Shakti Puraskar.

Ministry of Health (Pasundan)

The Ministry of Health was a government ministry of the State of Pasundan. The ministry was responsible for the health system, vaccination programs, hospitals, and clinics in the State of Pasundan.

Coordination Centre for Health Alerts and Emergencies

The Coordination Centre for Health Alerts and Emergencies is a body of the Spanish Ministry of Health responsible for coordinating the management of information and supporting all health authorities in cases of national or international health al ...

AIDS: Dont Die of Ignorance

AIDS: Dont Die of Ignorance was a 1987 public health campaign by the British government in response to the rise of HIV/AIDS in the United Kingdom. The government believed that millions of people could become infected and a leaflet was sent to eve ...

Andrea Palm

Andrea Palm is an American government official, currently serving as Secretary-designee of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services in the cabinet of Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers. Palm had previously worked as a staffer in the United States D ...

Kirov State Medical University

Kirov State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of Russia is a higher medical educational institution in the city of Kirov.

Vignes

Vignes may refer to one of these places: France Vignes-la-Cote, a commune in the French region of Champagne-Ardenne Vignes, Yonne, a commune in the French region of Bourgogne Vignes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques, a commune in the French region of Aquitai ...

Palaniappan

Palaniappan may refer to: P. Palaniappan, Indian politician, Member of the Legislative Assembly of Tamil Nadu Murugan Pal or Murugan Palaniappan 1966–2012, Silicon Valley entrepreneur Karu Pazhaniappan is an Indian film director K. L. Palaniappan ...

Manuel Becerra Salazar

Manuel Becerra Salazar is a Mexican poet. He is the author of six books of poetry, including his award-winning Canciones para adolescentes fumando en un claro del bosque. He has won five other national poetry prizes for his work. His work appears ...

Ministry of Public Security

Ministry of Public Security can refer to: Ministry of Public Security Quebec Ministry of Public Security Poland Ministry of Public Security China Ministry of Public Security Vietnam Ministry of Public Security of Burundi Ministry of Public Securi ...

Tinga

"Tinga", former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga "Tinga", Brazilian footballer Luiz Otavio Santos de Araujo "Tinga", Brazilian footballer Guilherme de Jesus da Silva "Tinga", Brazilian footballer Paulo Edson Nascimento Costa "Tinga", Brazilian ...

Santosh Kumar Nirala

Santosh Kumar Nirala is an Indian politician from Buxar district of Bihar, India. He is serving as Minister of Transport, Bihar since 29 July 2017 and is Member of Bihar Legislative Assembly representing Rajpur since 2010.

Population Control Bill, 2019

The Population Control Bill, 2019 is a proposed bill introduced in the Rajya Sabha in July 2019 by Rakesh Sinha. The purpose of the bill is to control the population growth of India. According to the World Population Prospects 2019 report by the ...

Leopold Ernest Stratford George Canning, 4th Baron Garvagh

Leopold Ernest Stratford George Canning, 4th Baron Garvagh, was a British nobleman, motorist, fighter pilot and politician, being the co-founder of the British Fascisti alongside Rotha Lintorn-Orman in 1923. He was the great-grandson of George Ca ...

Mohd Zuki Ali

Mohd. Zuki bin Ali is the 15th and the incumbent Chief Secretary to the Government of Malaysia since 1 January 2020.

Itinerant

An itinerant is a person who travels habitually. Itinerant may refer to: Vagrancy people Itinerant minister "Travellers" or itinerant groups in Europe The Peredvizhniki or Itinerants, a school of nineteenth-century Russian painters Mendicant Just ...

Kim Nam-kook

Kim Nam-kook is a South Korean lawyer and politician. A person from Gwangju, he has currently been operating Lawyer Kim Nam-kook Legal Firm. He, also one of co-writers of White Paper on Cho Kuk, is widely known for his pro-Cho Kuk views.

Donald Grant (disambiguation)

Donald Grant politician, Western Cape Provincial Minister of Transport and Public Works Donald Patrick Trevor Grant of Grant, 5th Baron Strathspey 1912–1992, one of Baron Strathspeys Bud Grant broadcaster B. Donald Grant, 1932–2011, American tele ...

Josephine Cashman

Josephine Amy Cashman is an Aboriginal Australian lawyer and entrepreneur, of Warrimay heritage. Cashman was an inaugural member of the Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council.

Sophie LaRochelle

Sophie LaRochelle is a Canada Research Chair. and professor of engineering at the Universite Laval who specializes in developing fiber optic components for signal-processing and data transmission in telecommunication networks.

Hnahthial district

For two decades from 1998 to 2018, the people of Hnahthial demanded for the creation of Hnahthial District through the District Demand Committee later in 2009 renamed as Hnahthial District Function Demand Committee which resorted to various means ...

Liselotte Spreng

Liselotte Spreng was a Swiss womens rights activist and politician. She was the first female National Councillor from the canton of Fribourg.

Senas Ukpanah

Senas John Ukpanah is a Nigerian administrator and businessman. A former university lecturer, he transferred services to become a civil servant in the Southeastern State which became Cross River. He retired from the civil service in 1987 as a per ...

Sunil Kumar Gupta

Sunil Kumar Gupta was a Jatiya Party politician and the former Member of Parliament of Barisal-1 and Barisal-5. He was the organizer of the Liberation War of Bangladesh.

Abul Kalam Azad (disambiguation)

Abul Kalam Azad was an Indian scholar. Abul Kalam Azad may also refer to: Abul Kalam Azad lawyer, Bangladeshi lawyer and politician Abul Kalam Azad photographer born 1964, Indian photographer Abul Kalam Azad Indian politician born 1967, All India ...

Asiya Naqash

Asiya Naqash a.k.a. Asiea Naqash is an Indian politician and the former member of the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly, who represented Hazratbal constituency from 2014 to June 2018 until the coalition government was ended by the Bhartiya J ...

ABM Shahjahan

ABM Shahjahan is a Jatiya Party politician and the former Member of Parliament of Bogra-3. He was the organizer of the Liberation War of Bangladesh.

Marie Bernays

Marie Bernays was a German politician, educator, writer and womens rights activist. She co-founded the Mannheim Womens Social School and served in the Landtag of the Republic of Baden from 1921 until 1925 as a member of the Deutsche Volkspartei.

Devendra Kumar Tiwari

Devendra Kumar Tiwari is a 1986 batch Indian Administrative Service officer of Jharkhand cadre. He is the current Chief Secretary of Jharkhand.

Juan Carlos Jobet

Juan Carlos Jobet Eluchans is a Chilean politician and former member of Renovacion Nacional. Between 2013 and 2014, he served as Minister of Labor and Social Security during President Sebastian Piñeras first government. On 13 June 2019, he was ap ...

Jie

Jie or JIE may refer to: Jiedao, subdistrict, an administrative division in China Jie Zhitui or Zitui 7th century BC, a famed minister of Zhou China Jie of Xia, last ruler of the Xia Dynasty of China Jie Uganda, an ethnic group of Ugandan pastora ...

My Son the Minister

My Son the Minister is a 1937 German comedy drama film directed by Veit Harlan and starring Hans Brausewetter, Heli Finkenzeller and Françoise Rosay. The films sets were designed by the art directors Franz Koehn and Walter Rohrig. It was shot at ...

Madhumita Das

Madhumita Das is an Indian academic and the current vice-chancellor of Fakir Mohan University, Balasore, Odisha, India. She served several important positions in different national and international institutions such as the South Asian Associatio ...