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Union councils of Narail District

Union councils of Narail District are the smallest rural administrative and local government units in Narail District of Bangladesh. The district consists of 1 municipalities, 3 upazilas, 39 union porishods and 651 villages.

                                               

Union councils of Khulna District

Union councils of Khulna District are the smallest rural administrative and local government units in Khulna District of Bangladesh. There are 9 upazilas in Khulna district with 67 Union councils. The list are below:

                                               

List of archaeological sites in Bangladesh

Bara Katra Lalbagh Fort Sat Gambuj Mosque Shahbaz Khan Mosque Sonakanda Fort Ruplal House Bibi Pari mazar Baba Adams Mosque Pathrail Mosque Panam Nagar Rose Garden Palace Khan Mohammad Mridha Mosque Baliati Zamindari Bhajahari Lodge Idrakpur Fort ...

                                               

Institute of Business Administration, University of Rajshahi

The Institute of Business Administration of the University of Rajshahi, commonly known as IBA RU is a leading business school in Bangladesh. It is the second largest business school in Bangladesh.

                                               

Mamdudur Rahman Chowdhury

Mamdudur Rahman Chowdhury is a Bangladeshi politician, Former Minister of Shipping and the former Member of Parliament of Bogra-4.

                                               

BPA

British Paediatric Association Boardgame Players Association Bonneville Power Administration, a U.S. power authority Bureau of Pensions Advocates, a semi-independent unit of Veterans Affairs Canada that provides legal support to Vets and RCMP BPA ...

                                               

Nipa

NIPA, Nipa or nipah may refer to: Nipah virus, a Henipavirus Shamim Ara Nipa, Bangladeshi dancer and choreographer Nipa hut, a type of stilt house indigenous to the cultures of the Philippines

                                               

Dublin (disambiguation)

Dublin County Dail constituency, a former constituency which sent deputies forward to Dail Eireann Dublin County UK Parliament constituency, a former constituency which sent deputies forward to the parliament of the United Kingdom Dublin Region, ...

                                               

John Everard

John Everard may refer to: John Everard Australian politician died 1886, Australian politician in the Victorian Legislative Assembly John Everard diplomat, former British Ambassador to Belarus and Uruguay John Everard MP c.1550–1624, Irish judge ...

                                               

Philippe Goffin

In the federal elections of 26 May 2019, he ran in the Province of Liege, in 3rd place on the Reformist Movement MR list led by Daniel Bacquelaine. He was re-elected to the House with 14.717 votes. On 12 November 2019, following the departure of ...

                                               

Wilmes II Government

The Wilmes II Government is the current minority Federal Government of Belgium, led by Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes, the first female Prime Minister of Belgium. The creation of the Wilmes II Government occurred on 17 March 2020 and is an exact co ...

                                               

David Clarinval

David Clarinval is a member of the Chamber of Representatives of Belgium since 2007. On 27 October 2019, he was appointed by Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes as the Minister of Budget and Public Service and Minister for Science Policy. In November, h ...

                                               

1955 in Belgium

13 June – Education bill passes in lower house. 10 July – Over a quarter of a million demonstrate in Brussels against Socialist–Liberal education policy. 3 April – International friendly between the Dutch and Belgian national football teams in th ...

                                               

GSU

Gulistan State University, in Gulistan, Uzbekistan Gombe State University, in Nigeria Georgia Southern University, in Statesboro, Georgia, United States Georgia State University, in Atlanta, Georgia, United States Governors State University, in U ...

                                               

Faith Babb

Faith L. Babb OBE was a member of the House of Representatives of Belize representing Collet from 1993 to 1998, for the United Democratic Party. She was Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives and Minister of State of Youth Development and ...

                                               

Sand Hill

Sandhill, Belize, a village in the Belize District

                                               

Malaria in Benin

Malaria in Benin is the leading cause of mortality among children under five years of age and morbidity among adults. Malaria accounts for 40 percent of outpatient consultations and 25 percent of all hospital admissions. Malaria places an enormou ...

                                               

Iscom University Benin

Iscom University Benin is one of the private universities in Cotonou, the largest city and economic capital of the Republic of Benin. In Iscom University, many students enroll to get their undergraduate degree within 1 year. More and more employe ...

                                               

Aurelie Adam Soule

Soule was born in Nikki in 1984. She has a technology based masters degree from Telecom SudParis and a Certificate in Management of Public Policies and Leadership from Syracuse University in New York. She worked in France and returned to Benin in ...

                                               

Osupa

Osupa I, otherwise known as Osupatadola Ogiso Otolu Apaara, was a Nigerian monarch. He ruled the Akure Kingdom from 1834 until 1846. His lineal descendants are today known as the House of Osupa. They serve as one of Akures two legally recognized ...

                                               

Eghosa Asemota Agbonifo

Eghosa Asemota Agbonifo is a Nigerian Politician, philanthropist and a humanitarian. He is the coordinator of Michael Agbonifo shoe a child foundation. Based in benin city, Edo state, Nigeria.

                                               

Odundun I

Odundun, otherwise known as Odundun Asodedero, was a Nigerian monarch. He ruled the Akure Kingdom from 1882 until 1890. His lineal descendants are today known as the House of Osupa/Odundun. They serve as one of Akures two legally recognized royal ...

                                               

Ismaili (surname)

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 ‎ is also a common surname or patronymic meaning coming from Ismail or Ishmael, the first son of ...

                                               

Nigerian Chieftaincy

The Nigerian Chieftaincy is the chieftaincy system that is native to Nigeria. Consisting of everything from the countrys monarchs to its titled family elders, the chieftaincy as a whole is one of the oldest continuously existing institutions in N ...

                                               

Larry L. Memmott

Larry L. Memmott was Charge d’Affaires of the U.S. Embassy in Bolivia, effective July 2012 until February 28, 2014. He found his biggest challenge in Bolivia to be establish a relationship with the Bolivian government to be one based on trust. Me ...

                                               

Todos Santos

Todos Santos Cuchumatan, Guatemala Todos Santos, original name of Concord, California, U.S. Tosantos, formerly Todos Santos, Spain Todos los Santos Lake, Los Lagos Region, Chile

                                               

Fus

Fus or FUS may refer to: First Unitarian Society of Madison, a church in Madison, Wisconsin, United States Fire Underwriters Survey, a Canadian risk management company Fath Union Sport, a football club in Rabat, Morocco Frente unico Socialista So ...

                                               

Universidad del Valle

The term Universidad del Valle could refer to the following: Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, the first private university in Guatemala. Universidad del Valle de Atemajac, a private catholic university in Mexico Universidad del Valle de Mexico ...

                                               

Miraflores

Miraflores is the name of several places in Spanish-speaking countries. It means "behold the flowers" or "flowers view" from mirar and flores.

                                               

2020 in Ecuador

24 July to 9 August – Ecuador is scheduled to compete at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Rescheduled for August 2021

                                               

PDA (disambiguation)

Potato dextrose agar, a microbiological media for culturing yeast and fungus Patent ductus arteriosus, a heart defect Posterior descending artery, an artery Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma, the main type of pancreatic cancer Pathological demand ...

                                               

NLB

NLB may refer to: Nanotechnology Law & Business, a journal devoted to the legal, business, and policy aspects of nanotechnology Negro league baseball 1885 - 1960, American baseball leagues with African-American players National League B, former n ...

                                               

First Capital Bank Zambia Limited

First Capital Bank Zambia Limited, is a commercial bank in Zambia that is licensed by the Bank of Zambia, the central bank and national banking regulator. It is a subsidiary of FMBCapital Holdings Plc, a financial services conglomerate, based in ...

                                               

Canadian royalty

Canadian royalty may refer to Canadians; who are members of royal families, Canadian through birth, naturalization, or marriage; or Canadian families that are given the epithet or moniker as Canadian royalty or Canadian royals. Additionally, Cana ...

                                               

Fongum Gorji Dinka

Fongum Gorji Dinka is a Cameroonian attorney, political activist, and Fon of the Widikum in northwestern Cameroon. Gorji Dinka was born on June 22, 1930. He was active in the Anglophone Crisis and advocated for more rights for Anglophone Cameroon ...

                                               

Kole (disambiguation)

Kole may refer to: Kole District, a district in Northern Uganda KOLE, a radio station Kole name Kole, an Albanian masculine given name Bakole language of Cameroon Fr Eugene Kole OFM Conv served as Quincy Universitys 20th president Kole, a superhe ...

                                               

Ascension (company)

Ascension is one of the largest private healthcare systems in the United States, ranking second in the United States by number of hospitals as of 2019. It was founded as a nonprofit Catholic system. In 2018, it was the largest Catholic health sys ...

                                               

FPR

Family Procedure Rules, in English and Welsh family courts Freiwillige Polizei-Reserve, a defunct law enforcement agency of Germany Fichier des personnes recherchees, a French database of criminals and wanted people

                                               

Jane Avur Pacuto

Jane Avur Pacuto is a Ugandan female politician and legislator. She represents the people of Pakwach as a district woman representative in the Parliament of Uganda. she is a member of the National Resistance Movement party, the party led by the c ...

                                               

Achta Djibrine Sy

Sy was born in 1962 and she obtained her first degree at the University of NDjamena in management and economics. After the civil war in Chad Sy worked with womens group and the British charity Oxfam to facilititate peace in her country. She was O ...

                                               

Elizabeth Raspolic

Elizabeth Raspolic is the former American Ambassador to Gabon with a concurrent appointment to São Tome and Principe. Raspolic was also director of the Interagency Rightsizing Committee. She also served as Vice consul; Lyon, France 1974–1976 and ...

                                               

Prestige Ameritech

Prestige Ameritech is an American manufacturer of surgical masks and respirators based in Richland Hills, Texas. The company produced over a million surgical masks per day during the height of the 2009 swine flu pandemic, and rose to prominence a ...

                                               

Peter William Humphrey

Peter William Humphrey, born in March 1956, commonly known by Han Feilong in China, is a former British journalist and private detective, who became famous in media for his arrest by the Shanghai Police due to his illegal acquisition of personal ...

                                               

Tsai Bih-hwang

Tsai Bih-hwang is a Taiwanese politician. He was elected to two nonconsecutive terms on the Legislative Yuan, serving from 1990 to 1993, and 1996 to 1999. Tsai was subsequently appointed to the Examination Yuan in 2002, and led the Examination Yu ...

                                               

PNC

Colombian National Police, in Spanish: Policia Nacional de Colombia Police National Computer in the United Kingdom Congolese National Police, in French: Police nationale congolaise Partitu di a Nazione Corsa Party of the Corsican Nation, a nation ...

                                               

Coalition (disambiguation)

A coalition is a pact or treaty among individuals or groups, during which they cooperate in joint action, each in their own self-interest, joining forces together for a common cause. Coalition may also refer to:

                                               

PSO

PSO may refer to: In music: Portland Symphony Orchestra Peoria Symphony Orchestra Pacific Symphony Orchestra Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra In science and technology: Protocol Support Organization, one of the three initial components of ICANN, lat ...

                                               

List of botanical gardens in Colombia

Botanical gardens in Colombia have collections consisting entirely of Colombia native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories of ...

                                               

National university (disambiguation)

A national university is generally a university created or managed by a government, but which may at the same time operate autonomously without direct control by the state. National University may refer to: National University Philippines, a univ ...

                                               

Central University

Central University may mean: Manila Central University, Philippines Central University Colombia, a university in Colombia Central University Kentucky, now Eastern Kentucky University. National Central University, Taiwan between 1928 and 1949 in m ...