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Saza e Ishq

Saza e Ishq is a 2020 Pakistani romantic drama television series premiered on Express Entertainment on January 7, 2020. It is produced by M Zeeshan Khan under TNI Productions. It has Azfar Rehman, Anmol Baloch and Humayoun Ashraf in lead roles.

                                               

Antiques at-large congressional district

Antiques at-large congressional district, also known as Antiques lone district, is the sole congressional district of the Philippines in the province of Antique. Antique has been represented in the countrys various national legislatures since 189 ...

                                               

Marinduques at-large congressional district

Marinduques at-large congressional district, also known as Marinduques lone district, is the sole congressional district of the Philippines in the province of Marinduque. Marinduque has been represented in the countrys various national legislatur ...

                                               

Cebus 7th congressional district

Cebus 7th congressional district is one of the seven congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Cebu. It was represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines from 1916 to 1972, and again from the 2016 election onw ...

                                               

Bataness at-large congressional district

Bataness at-large congressional district refers to the lone congressional district of the Philippines in the province of Batanes. Batanes has been represented in the countrys various national legislatures since 1898. The first congressional deleg ...

                                               

Nueva Vizcayas at-large congressional district

Nueva Vizcayas at-large congressional district, also known as Nueva Vizcayas lone district, is the sole congressional district of the Philippines in the province of Nueva Vizcaya for various national legislatures since 1898. The province first el ...

                                               

Sorsogons 2nd congressional district

Sorsogons 2nd congressional district is one of the two congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Sorsogon. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine Ass ...

                                               

Thome Rodrigo (Prince)

Thome Rodrigo was a Karava Prince who was one of the three local nobles who signed the Malwana convention in 1597, which was an agreement between Portuguese colonisers and the Sinhalese chiefs of Ceylon. He was one of the rulers of the Sinhalese ...

                                               

CIC

College of the Immaculate Conception disambiguation Credit Industriel et Commercial, a French bank Commission Internationale de Canyon International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation, Conseil International de la Chasse Combined Independe ...

                                               

List of Russian federal subjects by average wage

The following article is about the average salaries by Russian federal subjects. The article shows the latest data published by Russian Federal State Statistics Service of 2018–19.

                                               

Oligarch

Oligarch, a member of an oligarchy, a power structure where control resides in a small number of people Business oligarch, businessmen who quickly acquired huge wealth in post-Soviet states Russian oligarch, business oligarchs in the era of Russi ...

                                               

Mildred, Countess of Gosford

Mildred Acheson, Countess of Gosford was an American heiress who married into the British aristocracy.

                                               

The Purple Parade

The Purple Parade is an annual event that started in 2013 to raise awareness and campaign for inclusion of the disabled in Singapore. Events usually take place in a carnival-like format with many booths from different companies, performers from v ...

                                               

Phouoibi

Phouoibi Lairembi is the Manipuri goddess of rice, paddy, grains, harvest, food, wealth and prosperity in Manipuri mythology and Manipuri religion. In most legends, she appears to be an incarnation of Goddess Leimarel Sidabi. In Moirang Shayon, s ...

                                               

Fullerton

Australia Fullerton Cove, New South Wales Canada Cape Fullerton, Nunavut India Fullerton Securities, a financial planning and wealth management product company United States Fullerton, California, a city in Orange County California State Universi ...

                                               

Thumleima

Yoibu Noinu Thumleima is the Manipuri goddess of salt, nutrition, wealth and prosperity in Sanamahism and Manipuri mythology, worshipped by the Manipuri people of Manipur. The goddess is a daughter of the sky God Soraren. Goddess Thumleima is one ...

                                               

Phou-oibi, the rice goddess

Phouoibi, the rice goddess is a 2013 Manipuri language ballad opera, performed by the Laihui Ensemble from Manipur, India, as a part Tapestry Sacred Music 2013 programme held at the Esplanade in Singapore.

                                               

Bebek family

Bebek is the name of an ancient Hungarian noble family. The history of this family is connected with the areas in present-day Slovakia, notably in Gemer region, where they had their dominion.

                                               

When My Love Blooms

When My Love Blooms is a 2020 South Korean television series starring Yoo Ji-tae, Lee Bo-young, Park Jinyoung and Jeon So-nee. It airs on tvN every Saturday and Sunday at 21:00 time slot starting from April 25, 2020.

                                               

Hayeon Lim

Hayeon Lim was born and raised in Seoul. Her father was a businessman, financier, banker and her mother was a housewife. From an early age, Lim was an avid reader and ardent student of opera singing. She won the first prize at Piano Times Concour ...

                                               

The World of the Married

The World of the Married is a 2020 South Korean television series starring Kim Hee-ae, Park Hae-joon and Han So-hee. The series is based on BBC One’s drama series Doctor Foster, starring Suranne Jones in the title role. It premiered on JTBC on Ma ...

                                               

The Great Escape

Chronological order Stalag Luft III escape 1944, known as the "Great Escape", a World War II mass escape from the German prisoner-of-war camp Stalag Luft III June 1962 Alcatraz escape, sometimes referred to as "The Great Escape" The great Carson ...

                                               

Marta Rosique

Rosique was born on 16 March 1996 in Barcelona, Catalonia. Her father is a doctor and her mother works for a food security company. She lives in the wealthy Sant Gervasi district of Barcelona. She has a degree in journalism from the Pompeu Fabra ...

                                               

Goodlife (song)

Goodlife is a song by Swedish singer Agnes. It was released on 7 February 2020 through Senga. The song did not enter the Swedish Singles Chart, but peaked to number five on the Sweden Heatseeker Songs. The song was written by Agnes Carlsson, Cath ...

                                               

Social Income

Social Income is a nonprofit organization operating in West Africa that helps people living in poverty by making unconditional cash transfers to them via mobile phone. Currently Social Income transfers funds to people in need in Sierra Leone.

                                               

Philip Robert Odegard

Philip Robert Odegard is a Norwegian American entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist. He is the founder and president of Odegard Group and Odegard Foundation.

                                               

Auspicious train ticket

Auspicious train tickets refer to train tickets with auspicious messages on them derived from the beginning and end stations on the ticket. Messages often employ homophonic puns in both Mandarin and Hokkien and shuffling the order of characters t ...

                                               

King Husein

King Husein is an Indian-American engineer and the founder and CEO of Span Construction and Engineering, one of the countrys largest metal building construction companies based in Madera, California. Husein was born in Mumbai, India into a Muslim ...

                                               

Suthee Meanchainun

Suthee Meanchainun is a Thai billionaire businessman, landowner, and philanthropist. He is an honourable lifetime President of Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce. Suthee is a major contributor between China–Thailand relations. He is of an aristocra ...

                                               

William Watson-Armstrong, 2nd Baron Armstrong

Armstrong was born in 1892 as the first child of the businessman William Watson-Armstrong and Winifreda Jane nee Adye. When Armstrong was 11 in 1903, his father was created Baron Armstrong after inheriting his industrialist great-uncles wealth bu ...

                                               

Absa Bank Mauritius Limited

Absa Bank Mauritius Limited, formerly known as Barclays Bank Mauritius Limited, is a commercial bank in Mauritius, licensed by the Bank of Mauritius, the countrys central bank and national banking regulator.

                                               

Land Apportionment Act of 1930

The 1930 Land Apportionment Act made it illegal for Africans to purchase land outside of established Native Purchase Areas in the region of Southern Rhodesia, what is now known as Zimbabwe. Before the 1930 act, land was not openly accessible to n ...

                                               

EDC

East Devon College, in Tiverton, Devon, England Department for Education South Australia#Education Development Centre, conference centre run by the South Australian Department for Education Education Development Center, an American educational or ...

                                               

Hans-Jurgen Burchardt

Hans-Jurgen Burchardt is a German economist and social scientist. At the moment he is Full Professor of International and Intersocietal Relations at the University of Kassel. His main areas of teaching and research include North-South-Relations, ...

                                               

Jean-Paul Pier

Jean-Paul Pier was a Luxembourgian mathematician, specializing in harmonic analysis and the history of mathematics, particularly, mathematical analysis in the 20th century.

                                               

EPL

Easy Programming Language Ethernet Powerlink, an Ethernet protocol Eltron Programming Language, a control language for various computer printers Eclipse Public License Early PL/I, a PL/I subset dialect used to write Multics

                                               

Adventist University of West Africa

Adventist University of West Africa is a private Christian co-educational school owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Liberia. The university is located in Monrovia, Liberia. It is a part of the Seventh-day Adventist educatio ...

                                               

Francis Carroll (nuncio)

Francis Carroll S.M.A. was an Irish prelate of the Catholic Church from Northern Ireland who worked as a missionary priest and bishop in Liberia.

                                               

SILC

SiLC Si licon L ight C hip Technologies, Inc. is a Silicon Photonics start up in Monrovia, CA www.silc.com Nusajaya Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters SiLC, a 1.372 acre 5.6 km² industrial park in Johor, Malaysia SILC, the NASDAQ stock sy ...

                                               

Emmie de Wit

Emmie de Wit is a Dutch-American virologist. She is chief of the molecular pathogenesis unit at the Rocky Mountain Laboratories. Her research combines pathogenesis studies with detailed molecular analyses to identify molecular determinants of sev ...

                                               

Elie Azagury

Elie Azagury was an influential Moroccan architect and director of the Groupe des Architectes Modernes Marocains after Moroccan independence in 1956. He is considered the first Moroccan modernist architect, with works in cities such as Casablanca ...

                                               

Daniel Halpern

Daniel Halpern is the founder of Ecco Press, an imprint of the publisher HarperCollins. He is also the author of nine books of poetry, as well as the co-founder, along with Paul Bowles, of the literary magazine Antaeus, which he edited for 25 years.

                                               

Journal of Education

The Journal of Education is an academic journal, published by SAGE Publishing on behalf of the Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development, with Hardin Coleman as its editor-in-chief. It bills itself as "the oldest educati ...

                                               

IFF

If and only if, a mathematical and logical connector indicating that either both statements are true or both are false Interchange File Format, a computer file format Identification friend or foe, an electronic radio-based identification system I ...

                                               

Nektarios Chargeishvili

Nektarios Nektariosovich Chargeishvili was a Russian/Soviet and Georgian composer, as well as an educator and a philosopher. Despite having composed a body of sophisticated orchestral works and film scores, he is virtually unknown today. This is ...

                                               

Vasily Leonidovitch Omelianski

Vasily Leonidovich Omelianski was a Russian microbiologist and author of the first original Russian text book on microbiology. He was the only student of Sergei Winogradsky and succeeded him as head of the department of General Microbiology at th ...

                                               

Siege of Latakia (Laodicea) (636)

The Siege of Latakia was a Rashidun caliphate campaign that occurred in 636, during the Muslim conquest of the Levant. The siege of the Byzantine city of Laodicea was led by Abu Ubaydah ibn al-Jarrah and Ubadah ibn al-Samit, two of the Companions ...

                                               

Teal (disambiguation)

Grey teal Anas gracilis Andean teal or speckled teal Anas andium Berniers teal or Madagascar teal Anas bernieri some members of the genus Anas Cape teal Anas capensis Yellow-billed teal or speckled teal Anas flavirostris Brown teal or New Zealand ...

                                               

Chile–Trinidad and Tobago relations

Chile-Trinidad and Tobago Relations refers to the bilateral relations between Chile and Trinidad and Tobago. Chile has an embassy in Port of Spain. Trinidad and Tobago is accredited to Chile from its embassy in Brasilia, Brazil.

                                               

Argentina–El Salvador relations

Argentina–El Salvador relations refers to the diplomatic relations between the Argentine Republic and the Republic of El Salvador. Both nations are members of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, Group of 77, Organization of Amer ...