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List of deputy chief ministers of Madhya Pradesh

The Deputy Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh is a member of the Cabinet of Madhya Pradesh Government in the Government of Madhya Pradesh. Not a constitutional office, it seldom carries any specific powers. A deputy chief minister usually also hold ...

List of deputy chief ministers of Uttar Pradesh

The Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh is a member of the Cabinet of Uttar Pradesh Government in the Government of Uttar Pradesh. Not a constitutional office, it seldom carries any specific powers. A deputy chief minister usually also holds a ...

Air Chief Marshal (India)

Air Chief Marshal is a Four Star Air Officer rank in the Indian Air Force. It is the highest active rank in the Indian Air Force. Air Chief Marshal ranks above the Three Star rank of Air Marshal and below the Five Star rank of Marshal of the air ...

Dr. B.R. Sur Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital and Research Centre

Dr BR Sur Homeopathic Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre, is a government homeopathic medical college in Nanak Pura, Moti Bagh, New Delhi, India. The college is attached to a government hospital. The hospital has a capacity of 50 beds ...

Seventh Legislative Assembly of Delhi

The Seventh Legislative Assembly of Delhi constituted on Feb 16, 2020 after the 2020 Delhi Legislative Assembly elections were concluded earlier on 8th February 2020 and the results were announced on 11th February 2020.

Hilda Flavia Nakabuye

Hilda Flavia Nakabuye is a Ugandan climate and environmental rights activist who founded Ugandas Fridays for Future movement. She also advocates for greater gender equality and racial diversity in the climate change movement. One of her environme ...

Jonathan Markovitch

Markovitch, Jonathan Benyamin, Rabbi was born in 1967 in the city of Uzhgorod, Ukraine, from a rabbinical dynasty, in which his maternal grandfather served in the city as a rabbi and Shoikhet. In early 1972, his family immigrated to Israel. As a ...

2018 Portuguese Social Democratic Party leadership election

The 2018 Portuguese Social Democratic Party leadership election was held on 13 January 2018. The leadership election was held after then PSD leader Pedro Passos Coelho confirmed he would not run for another term in the aftermath of the poor resul ...

João Afonso Telo

João Afonso Telo may refer to one of the following individuals: João Afonso Telo 2nd Count of Viana do Alentejo died 1384, son of the 4th Count of Barcelos João Afonso Telo, 4th Count of Barcelos died 1381, Portuguese nobleman, also 1st Count of ...

Antonio Carmona (disambiguation)

Antonio Carmona is a Spanish and French flamengo singer. Antonio Carmona may also refer to: Antonio Carmona Rodrigues or just Carmona Rodrigues, born 1956, grand-nephew of Oscar Carmona, Portuguese university professor and politician. He was mayo ...

Sotto

Sotto means below, under in Italian and may refer to Comunes in Italy Forni di Sotto in Udine Tiarno di Sotto in Trentino Cenate Sotto in Bergamo, Lombardy Quarna Sotto in Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, Piedmont Castelfranco di Sotto in Pisa, Tuscany Tram ...

Umbrella Man

Umbrella Man may refer to: Robert W. Patten, an eccentric figure in Seattles history and the cartoon figure modeled after him Umbrella man JFK assassination, Louie Steven Witt, a witness to the JFK assassination who was seen carrying an umbrella ...

Valentine de Laborde

Charlotte Marie Valentine Josephine de Laborde, also known as Valentine Delessert was a French socialite and a Passy-Paris salon holder. She is also known as a mistress of French writer Prosper Merimee, French writer and photographer Maxime du Ca ...

Jose Maria Gonzalez Santos

Born on 22 September 1975 in Rotterdam, where his parents had immigrated fleeing the dire economic conditions in the Bay of Cadiz. His family returned to Cadiz with Kichi when he was 4 years old. Since age 13, Kichi has been involved in the Carni ...

Wolfgang Ketter

Wolfgang Ketter is Chaired Professor of Information Systems for a Sustainable Society at the University of Cologne. and a prominent scientist in the application of artificial intelligence, machine learning and intelligent agents in the design of ...

Dirk Roosenburg

His father Dirk Leonard Roosenburg was a doctor, his mother Selinde came from the entrepreneurial family Fentener van Vlissingen. Dirk Roosenburg was the couples third son and had a total of four brothers and two sisters. He grew up in The Hague ...

James Bruce (disambiguation)

James Bruce was a Scottish traveller and travel writer. James Bruce may also refer to: Sir James Bruce Chief Justice 1691–1749, Chief Justice of Barbados James E. Bruce 1927–2008, politician in the American state of Kentucky Sir James Bruce, 2nd ...

E-iginimpae

E-iginimpae was a Sumerian ruler of the Mesopotamian city of Adab in the mid-3rd millennium BCE, probably circa 2400 BCE. He succeeded another ensi known as Mugsi. He is known from several inscriptions, most of them located in the Oriental Instit ...

Lai cabinet

On 3 September 2017, Premier Lin Chuan tendered his resignation to President Tsai Ing-wen, which was reluctantly accepted. A recent poll showed Lins approve rating to be a mere 28.7%, with 6 in 10 respondents dissatisfied with the performance of ...

Female genital mutilation laws by country

Sometimes FGM is performed across the border in a country where it is still legal in order to avoid prosecution in ones country of residence for example, in Mali by Burkina Faso residents or in Somalia by Kenya residents. As of September 2018, Gu ...

Anti-defection law in India

The anti-defection law in India, also known as the Tenth Schedule to the Indian Constitution, was enacted to address the perceived problem of instability caused by democratically elected legislators in Indias federal system of government shifting ...

European Party of Armenia

The European Party of Armenia is a pro-European political party in Armenia. It was founded on 6 November 2018 by film-maker Tigran Khzmalyan.

Victory Square

Victory Square Russian: Ploshchad Pobedy is a common name for central and representative squares in many cities of the former Soviet Union and refers to the Soviet Union victory on the Eastern Front in World War II) Victory Square, Moscow Victory ...

Michael Saba

Michael Saba is a Democratic member of the South Dakota House of Representatives, representing District 9. He was elected November 6, 2018, when he defeated Republican candidates Deb Peters and Michael Clark. After graduating from Minot State in ...

Danish Police Federation

The Danish Police Federation (Danish: Politiforbundet i Danmark is a trade union representing police in Denmark. The union was founded in either 1998 or 1999, with the merger of the original Danish Police Federation, the Danish Criminal Police Fe ...

Danish Postal Union

The Danish Postal Union was a trade union representing people working for the Postvæsenet department of the Danish government. The union was founded in 1908, and affiliated to the Danish Confederation of Trade Unions LO. It represented blue colla ...

Rasmus Krag (1763 - 1838)

Born 9 August 1763 in Surendal district near Trondheim in Norway Rasmus Krag was the son of a major in the 2nd Trondheim infantry regiment. After studying mathematics in Christiania modern day Oslo, he entered the Artillery School in 1780 and bec ...

Federalist (disambiguation)

The term federalist describes any of several political beliefs around the world, or the concept various parties; its members or supporters calling themselves "Federalists". Federalist may also refer to: The Federalists, SFBA-based U.S. indie rock ...

Abdirahman Abdishakur Warsame

Abdirahman Abdishakur Warsame, born in late 1960, is a Somali politician and a constitutional expert. He is currently the leader of the Wadajir Party. He served as a member of the Somali parliament from 2009 to 2010, and as the Minister of Planni ...

Janata Samajbadi Party, Nepal

The Janata Samajbadi Party, Nepal, abbr. JSP-N is a newly formed political party in Nepal by the merger of the two key Madhesh based parties in Nepal, the Samajbadi Party, Nepal, led by duo presidents Baburam Bhattarai and Upendra Yadav, and the ...

Deputy Prime Minister of Nepal

The Deputy Prime Minister of Nepal is the deputy leader of the executive body (i.e. the Government of Nepal. He/she is the deputy to the Prime Minister of Nepal. The deputy prime minister is second in seniority in the Council of Ministers of Nepa ...

Carolina Telechea

Telechea was born on 9 August 1981 in Igualada, Catalonia. She has a diverse family background - Andalusian, Argentine, Basque and Extremaduran. Her father was from Madrid while her mother was from Caceres. Both parents worked in the textile indu ...

Andalucia por Si

Andalucia por Si is an Andalusian nationalist political party founded in 2016, succeeding the late Andalusian Party. Its results in regional and general elections have been mostly residual, but at the local it holds more than 100 councilors and s ...

Afghan Files (Australia)

The Afghan Files are a set of Australian Defence Force documents about the operation of Australias special forces in Afghanistan. The documents were leaked to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation by David McBride, upon which seven stories were ...

AICA

AICA may refer to either: Australian Indigenous Communications Association International Association of Art Critics American Innovation and Competitiveness Act, U.S. legislation supporting scientific initiatives passed in 2017 Anterior inferior c ...

Skynet

Skynet airline, a Russian regional airline based at the Krasnoyarsk Airport Skynet, a domestic airmail network run by Royal Mail Skynet Airlines, a defunct Irish airline that operated in 2001–2004 Solaseed Air, a low-cost Japanese airline previou ...

BOC

BOC is the abbreviation of: Bottom of container, a parachute deployment system. British Overseas citizen, one kind of British nationality BOC Challenge, now renamed the Velux 5 Oceans Race, a round-the-world single-handed sailing yacht race named ...

CAF

Republic of China Air Force, the air force of the Republic of China Taiwan Continental Air Force, a former major command of the United States Army Air Forces Canadian Air Force, now the Royal Canadian Air Force Chief of Air Force Australia, the c ...

Finnish Customs

The Finnish Customs is the customs service of Finland. It is a government agency steered by the Ministry of Finance. Finnish Customs is a part of the customs system of the European Union. Finnish Customs has around 1 900 employees.

Itarata

Itarata is a proposed railway line in the planning stage to provide a more direct connection between Helsinki and Kouvola, Finland than the current route via Kerava and Lahti.

Forest research (disambiguation)

Forest research refers to agencies, organizations and departments that carry out forestry research: Forest Research Institute India, Dehradun, India International Union of Forest Research Organizations with 700 member organizations Finnish Forest ...

Sida

Sida may refer to: Sida plant, a genus of flowering plants Amphoe Sida, a district in Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Thailand Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, a Swedish governmental agency Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome AID ...

Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation

Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Ltd is a Ghanaian state agency under the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum responsible for the development of a network of storage tanks, pipelines and other bulk transportation infrastructure throughout ...

Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research

Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research is a medical research institute located at the University of Ghana in Accra, Ghana. It was founded in 1979 with funds donated by the Japanese government Test samples for COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana a ...

Julius Ansah

Julius Ansah is a Ghanaian Supreme Court Judge. Ansah was nominated to the Supreme Court of Ghana by John Kufuor, who was then the President of Ghana. He was sworn in by John Kufuor in October 2004 along with two other new Supreme Court judges, F ...

Agnes Dordzie

Agnes Mercy Abla Dordzie is a Ghanaian judge. She is an active justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana. Agnes was born in Taviefe-Deme in the Volta Region. After her studies at the Ghana School of Law, she was called to the bar. She worked as a sta ...

Henry Sonnie Torgbor Provencal

Henry Sonnie Torgbor Provencal was a Ghanaian politician. He was a member of parliament and a minister of state during the first republic. He served as the member of parliament for the Accra Central constituency from 1960 to 1965 and the member o ...

GNA

Manuel Carlos Piar Guayana Airport VORTAC: GNA ; NDB: GNA, Ciudad Guayana, Venezuela Hrodna Airport IATA airport code GNA, serving Grodna, Belarus

Registrar

Registrar education, an official in an academic institution who handles student records Registrar of the University of Oxford, one of the senior officials of the university.

GRC

Royal Canadian Mounted Police French: Gendarmerie Royale du Canada Gender Recognition Certificate, in the United Kingdom Group Representation Constituency in Singapore Government of the Republic of China Greece