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Karmaveer Chakra Award

The Karmaveer Chakra Award is the global civilian honours given by the international confederation of NGO in partnership with United Nations to the people across the globe for relentless courage. The award is tribute to the A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, ...

Manthoppu Kiliye

Manthoppu Kiliye is 1979 a Tamil film, directed by M. A. Kaja. It stars Sudhakar, Deepa, Major Sundarrajan, Ganthimathi, Suruli Rajan in prominent roles. The film was released in 1979. Suruli rajan has played as a niggard in the film got well pop ...

Arifa Jan

She was born in about 1987. She is known for reviving the Kashmiri art of rug making known as Namda. She graduated from the Craft Development Institute, Srinagar and she was involved in a project based on Namda textiles. Namda rugs have been made ...

Ayer

Ayer MBTA station, commuter rail station Ayer, Massachusetts, United States Ayer CDP, Massachusetts, the central village in the town of Ayer Ayer, Switzerland, a municipality in the Val dAnniviers, canton of Valais Aller, Asturias, a municipality ...

Kulin

Shire of Kulin, a local government area Kulin, Western Australia, a small town in Australia Kulin, Iran, a village near Tehran Kulin, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, a village in south-west Poland 3019 Kulin, a main-belt asteroid Kulin, Kuyavian-Pome ...

Amjad Khan

Amjad Khan may refer to people named: Amjad Ali Khan born 1945, an Indian classical musician Amjad Khan English cricketer born 1980, a Danish-born English cricketer Amjad Mohammed Khan born 1970, an anaesthesiologist Amjad Khan Emirati cricketer ...

Mohammad Afzal

Mohammad Afzal is the name of: Mohammad Afzal politician 1913–2008, Pakistani politician and judge Mohammad Afzal Guru 1969–2013, Kashmiri convicted of participating in the 2001 attacks on the Indian Parliament Mohammad Afzal Karachi cricketer, P ...

Amanullah Khan (disambiguation)

Amanullah Khan was the ruler of Afghanistan, 1919–1929. Amanullah Khan is also the name of: Amanullah Khan comedian born 1950, Pakistani actor, producer and writer Amanullah Khan Herat leader died 2006, Afghan Pashtun who challenged the authority ...

Shalimar

Mughal gardens, also called Shalimar Bagh, several royal gardens of the Mughal Empire Shalimar Bagh, Srinagar, aka Shalimar Gardens, Jammu and Kashmir, India Shalimar Gardens, Lahore, Pakistan. UNESCO world heritage site built 1641 Shalimar Bagh, ...

Mohammad Ilyas

Mohammad or Muhammad Ilyas may refer to: Mohammad Ilyas Quetta cricketer, Pakistani cricketer for Quetta Bears Mohammad Ilyas cricketer, born 1965, Pakistani cricketer for Lahore Muhammad Ilyas Kashmiri, senior al-Qaeda operative Mohammad Ilyas c ...

Taranga

Taranga may refer to: Taranga Jain temple, Jain pilgrimage site in Gujarat, India Jnan Taranga, the first community radio service in North-East India An alternative name for the 1929 film Under the Southern Cross Taranga clothing, worn by Kashmir ...

Istiqlal

Istiqlal Party, the Hizb al-istiqlāl or Independence Party, political party in Morocco Haras al Istiqlal or Guardians of Independence, Iraqi political party under the British Mandate of Mesopotamia Azərbaycan Milli Istiqlal Partiyası or Azerbaija ...

Muhammad Abbas

Muhammad Abbas or Mohammad Abbas or Mohammad Abbas may refer to: Mohammad Abbas Ansari, Kashmiri cleric Mohammed Abbas rugby league, Australian-born rugby league player who represented Lebanon Muhammad Abbas skier born 1986, Pakistani alpine skie ...

Charles White

Charles White artist 1918–1979, African-American painter, printmaker, muralist Charles White writer 1845–1922, Australian journalist and author Charlie White artist born 1972, American photographer

William Fowler

William Fowler MP for Wycombe, English justice of the peace and member of parliament for Wycombe, 1431 William Fowler fl.1402, MP for Melcombe Regis William Fowler MP for Cambridge 1828–1905, English MP and barrister

Mohammed Arif Ilahi

Mohammed Arif Ilahi is a Pakistani former professional tennis player. He is the grandson of Ilahi Bakhsh, who was Muhammad Ali Jinnahs personal physician. While competing on the international circuit, Ilahi played one Davis Cup tie for Pakistan, ...

Lost Rural Sports of Bengal

Bangla is located in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent, mainly Bangladesh and the Indian states of West Bengal, Tripura, Assams Barak Valley. The majority of Bengal’s people live in rural villages. In those villages, there were a number ...

Simandhara

Tirthankara Simandhar Swami resides at Mahavideh Kshetra, another land within the Jain cosmological universe see Jain cosmology. The five lands of the Bharat Kshetra are currently in the 5th Ara a degraded time-cycle in which Tirthankaras do not ...

PJM

PJM may refer to: Park Jimin Born 13 October 1995, South Korean singer and member of K-pop boy band BTS. Patrick Joseph McGovern 1937-2014, a businessman, publisher, and entrepreneur known for founding Computerworld magazine, and founder of the M ...

Shadowplay

Shadowplay, a graphic novel series by Ashley Wood, Ben Templesmith, Chris Ryall, Christina Z and Amber Bensen Shadowplay, by Nigel Findley 1993 Shadowplay, by Karen Campbell 2010 Shadow Play, a book by Charles Baxter author Shadowplay, by Jo Clay ...

Sannaha

Sannaha was the mother of King Sanjaya, who established the Medang Kingdom in the early 8th century CE. Sannaha was first mentioned in the Canggal inscription dated 732 CE. According to this inscription, she was the sister of King Sanna of Yawadv ...

Garma

Garma, Iraq alternate spelling of Al-Karmah, Al Anbar, Iraq Garma, Tibet Garma, Libya Garma, Croatia, located on the island of Korcula Garma, Khuzestan, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran Garma, Nepal Garma, Iran, a village in Kerman Province, ...

Naru

Naaru, a race of energy beings in World of Warcraft Kazuya Shibuya, a character in the Ghost Hunt series Naru Narusegawa, a character in the Love Hina series

Caspian

Caspian can refer to: The Caspians, the ancient people living near the Caspian Sea Caspian languages, collection of languages and dialects of Caspian people The Caspian Sea The Caspian Depression, surrounding the northern part of the Caspian Sea

DARPA (disambiguation)

DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is a research agency of the US Government. DARPA may also refer to: DARPA Grand Challenge, a prize competition for driverless vehicles DARPANET, aka ARPANET, the first operational packet switc ...

Gol-e Yakh

Gol-e Yakh is the debut solo studio album by Iranian singer-songwriter and guitarist Kourosh Yaghmaei. The album was released in 1973 by Caltex in Iran and was produced by Yaghmaei. The song "Gol-e Yakh," a melancholic ballad about love that endu ...

Coalition of Eight Reformist Parties

The Coalition of Eight Reformist Parties refers to the political alliance of eight reformist parties that endorsed a joint electoral list for 2020 Iranian legislative election in Tehran electoral district. The group was formed after the main umbr ...

Persian Wildlife Heritage Foundation

The Persian Wildlife Heritage Foundation is an Iranian conservationist organization which studies and protects the endangered asiatic cheetah. Iranian-American businessman Morad Tahbaz is a co-founder of group. In January 2018, Iranian authoritie ...

Mostafa Madani

Mostafa Madani is an Iranian communist politician and one of the senior members of the Organization of Iranian Peoples Fedai Guerrillas.

Mihran (disambiguation)

Mihran is Iranian given name, also used in Armenian. Notable people with the name include: Mihranids, Iranian family which ruled several regions of Caucasus from 330 to 821 House of Mihran, leading Iranian noble family Mihran Harutyunyan Mihran B ...

Mazu (disambiguation)

Mazu is a goddess worshipped in China, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia. Mazu may also refer to: Mazu Daoyi 709–788, master of Chan Buddhism Matsu Islands, also spelled Mazu Mazu TV series, 2012 Chinese mythology fantasy television series starring Liu ...

Kusha (disambiguation)

Kusha may refer to: Ab Bid-e Kusha, a village in Hormozgan Province, Iran Chasbaz-e Kusha, a village in Hormozgan Province, Iran Kucha woreda in Ethiopia, sometimes transliterated as "Kusha" Kusha-shū Buddhism, one of six schools of Japanese Budd ...

Raksha

Raksha 2008 film, a 2008 Telugu horror film Raksha The Jungle Book, a character from Rudyard Kiplings The Jungle Book Raksha 1982 film, a 1982 Hindi action film Rakshas film, a 2018 Marathi fantasy film

Shahid (disambiguation)

Shaheed or Shahid may refer to: In South Asia, "shahid" has now become synonymous with patriotic martyrdom in general, regardless of faith Shahid Arabic: شهيد ‎ sahīd , the Arabic word for martyr, usually applied to Muslim martyrs, which originat ...

Mohammad Jafar Mahallati

Mohammad Jafar Mahallati is an Iranian scholar of Islamic studies and a former diplomat. He is currently serving as the Nancy Schrom Dye Chair in Middle East and North African Studies at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio. During 1987-89, he served ...

Tambura

Tanpura, a drone instrument played in India Tamboori, an Indian melodic instrument similar to a Tanpura Tanbūra lyre, played in East Africa and the Middle East Tambouras, played in Greece Tanbur, a long-necked, string instrument originating in th ...

Panga (disambiguation)

Millettia stuhlmannii or panga panga, a species of timber tree Iridescent shark or Pangasius hypophthalmus, a species of shark catfish Basa fish or Pangasius bocourti, a species of catfish

Sahand (disambiguation)

Sahand may refer to: Sahand Stadium, is a soccer stadium in Tabriz, Iran Sahand, a mountain peak in East Azerbaijan Province, Iran Sahand University of Technology, a public technical university in East Azerbaijan Province, Iran Iranian frigate Sa ...

Hissar

Hisar Airport in Hisar city, Haryana, India Hisar district, a district in Haryana, India Hisar city, a city in Haryana, India Deer Park, Hisar a park in Hisar city, Haryana, India Hisar Lok Sabha constituency, a constituency in Haryana, India His ...

Loon (disambiguation)

Loon, Iran disambiguation, several places in Iran Loon Mountain, a mountain in Lincoln, New Hampshire, United States Loon Mountain Ski Resort, a ski resort at Loon Mountain Loon, Bohol, a municipality in the Philippines

Taj Mahal (disambiguation)

Taj Mahal, Bhopal, the palace of Sultan Shah Jahan, Begum of Bhopal Taj Mahal Bangladesh, a replica in Bangladesh Taj Mahal, Bulandshahr also known as Taj Mahal or Mini Taj Mahal or Qadris Taj Mahal, and officially known as Maqbara Yadgare Mohabb ...

Royal Plaza

Place Royale, Reims, France Plaça Reial, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain Place Royale, Brussels, Belgium Royal Square of Esfahan, Iran, now Naqsh-e Jahan Square Place des Vosges, Paris, France, originally Place Royale Royal Plaza Bangkok, Thailand

Hoodoo

Horatio J. HooDoo, a character in the Lidsville TV series

Moses Raphael de Aguilar

Rabbi Moses Raphael de Aguilar was a Sephardic-Dutch Rabbi, Hebrew Grammatician and scholar, who wrote some 20 books on a series of talmudic and Hebrew language topics. He was also an important lecturer at the Amsterdam Talmud Torah.

Red Dawn (disambiguation)

Red Dawn 2012 film, a remake of the 1984 film "Red Dawn" Supergirl, an episode of Supergirl Red Dawn audio drama, a 2000 Doctor Who audio drama "Red Dawn", a third season episode of Sealab 2021 "Red Dawn", the sixth movement of the 1992 Mike Oldf ...

Survivor: VIP (2020 Israeli season)

The 2020 season of Survivor: VIP is the tenth season overall of the Israeli reality program Survivor and the third VIP season. The season featured 18 celebrity contestants competing against each other for the 1 million NIS prize. The season was f ...

Gershon Ben-Shakhar

Ben-Shakhar earned a B.A. in Psychology and Statistics 1966, an M.A. in Psychology 1970, and a Ph.D. in Psychology 1975 from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, from ...

Yesh Atid-Telem

Yesh Atid-Telem is a centrist parliamentary faction in Israel. It was formed in March 2020 by Yair Lapid and Moshe Yaalon after they left Blue and White.

Bashment

Bashment may refer to: "Bashment Boogie," a song by Roots Manuva, produced by Lotek from his 2001 album Run Come Save Me Junko Kudō, Junko "Bashment" Kudo, 2002 dancer from Japan ’’Bashment’’, a movie 2010 by Rikki Beadle-Blair, about a gay bashi ...

Jamming

Jamming knot, the tendency of knots to become difficult to untie Radio-controlled improvised explosive device jamming, a counter-IED technique Radio jamming Echolocation jamming Interfering with communications or surveillance Radar jamming and de ...