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Sector 78, Noida

Sector 78, is a location close to the centre of Noida city. It is dominated by residential areas, interspersed by commercial areas in between. Noida is a part of National Capital Region of India.

                                               

Next Gen Political Leaders

Next Gen Political Leaders is an apolitical entity and the brainchild of the Sansad Ratna Awards Committee. This is a unique and first of its kind’ initiative in India, to bring together young leaders from all political parties, to develop compet ...

                                               

Murray Hill

Murray Hill, Christmas Island, the highest point on Christmas Island Murray Hill, New Jersey, an unincorporated area within New Providence, New Jersey and Berkeley Heights, New Jersey Murray Hill New York, an elevation in Herkimer County, New Yor ...

                                               

Howrah (disambiguation)

Howrah can be the following places: Howrah ship, a ship of the 19th century Howrah, a city in India Haora River, a river in India Howrah, Tasmania, a suburb of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

                                               

David Leung

David Leung Cheuk-yin, SC is the 6th Director of Public Prosecutions of Hong Kong, having taken up the post on 29 December 2017. He was educated at the University of Hong Kong, before becoming a solicitor in 1992. He joined the Prosecutions Divis ...

                                               

Temple Chambers

Temple Chambers is a set of barristers chambers based in Admiralty, Hong Kong. It is widely considered to be the leading set of chambers in Hong Kong given its high ratio of Senior Counsels to juniors, as well as a strong history of appointments ...

                                               

WeLab Bank

In 2017, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority HKMA began to explore the need to accelerate the development of FinTech firms in Hong Kong, particularly virtual banks. By 2018, the HKMA had begun the application process for a virtual banking license in ...

                                               

Tseung Kwan O Shining

Tseung Kwan O Shining is a local political group based in Sai Kung and Tseung Kwan O founded in 2019. In a historic pro-democracy landslide in 2019 District Council election, the group won one seats in the Sai Kung District Council.

                                               

Registrar (Hong Kong)

The Registrar, more specifically the Registrar of the Court of Final Appeal, is appointed by the Chief Executive of Hong Kong to assist in the work of the Court of Final Appeal. The Registrar may also be allowed to hold a concurrent judicial role ...

                                               

Michael Kovrig

Michael Kovrig is a Canadian former diplomat now working for the International Crisis Group, a transnational, pro-peace think tank. After being detained in December 2018, he was accused of espionage by the Chinese government in May 2019, and his ...

                                               

Hong Kong councillor

Hong Kong councillor is a title for the members of Legislative Council and District Councils. For the members of Legislative Council, see Legislative Council of Hong Kong For the members of District Councils, see District Councils of Hong Kong In ...

                                               

Shevchenkivskyi District

Shevchenkivskyi District or Shevchenko Raion is a name of several urban raions in Ukraine. The name was commemorated to the memory of Taras Shevchenko. It may refer to: Shevchenkivskyi District, Kharkiv, an urban district in the city of Kharkiv S ...

                                               

Ralph Freeman

Ralph Freeman may refer to: Ralph Freeman 1911–1998, son of the above, designer of the Humber Suspension Bridge Ralph Freeman MP for Winchelsea 1589–1667, English MP for Winchelsea UK Parliament constituency Ralph Freeman MP for Northampton by 15 ...

                                               

Richard Richards

Richard Richards may refer to: Richard Richards Wisconsin politician, American politician Sir Richard Richards Australian politician 1863–1920, Lord Mayor of Sydney Richard N. Richards born 1946, NASA astronaut Rick Richards, guitarist Richard Ri ...

                                               

Lewisham Police Station

The station was built to replace the nearby Ladywell Police Station and was one of four stations procured under a private finance initiative PFI between the Metropolitan Police Authority and Equion part of the John Laing Group. The contract was s ...

                                               

Muslim (disambiguation)

Muslims are adherents of Islam, an Abrahamic monotheistic religion. Muslim may also refer to: Muslims ethnic group, a Slavic nationality within former Yugoslavia A Moslem, 1995 Russian drama film directed by Vladimir Khotinenko The Muslim Weekly, ...

                                               

Sally Bloomfield (physician)

Sally Bloomfield is a professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK. She is an expert on home hygiene research and education and has disputed the notion that we have become" too clean for our own good” and that aller ...

                                               

Christopher Benson (company director)

Sir Christopher John Benson DL is a British chartered surveyor and company director, formerly chairman of major companies and public bodies and a High Sheriff of Wiltshire. Benson was born in Staffordshire in 1933, the son of Charles Woodburn Ben ...

                                               

Bill Currier (politician)

William "Bill" Currier is an American politician and businessman who is the current Chair of the Oregon Republican Party and Mayor of Adair Village, Oregon.

                                               

Freddys Narrow Escape

Freddys Narrow Escape is a 1916 silent film comedy short directed by Frank Currier. It was produced by the Vitagraph Company of America and distributed by General Film Company.

                                               

Dixons

Dixons may refer to: Dixons retailer, a British electricals retailer and part of Dixons Retail Dixons Retail formerly known as Dixons Stores Group and DSG International, the parent company of many European electronics retailers including Currys a ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Middlesex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Middlesex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Middlesex County. Democrat Jim Arciero of Wes ...

                                               

Westminster City Hall

The building was commissioned to replace the aging Westminster City Hall in Charing Cross Road which had been designed by Robert Walker and completed in 1890. The old building, which adjoined the Garrick Theatre, had become the headquarters of th ...

                                               

Marylebone Town Hall

Marylebone Town Hall, also known as the Westminster Council House, is a municipal building on Marylebone Road in Marylebone, London. The complex includes the council chamber, the Westminster Register Office and an educational facility known as th ...

                                               

Southwark constituency

Southwark constituency may refer to various constituencies associated with the area of Southwark in London: Southwark North London County Council constituency 1919–1949 Southwark Central London County Council constituency 1919–1949 Southwark Cent ...

                                               

Foyle

Foyle Assembly constituency Ulsterbus Foyle, the Derry-based bus operator Foyle UK Parliament constituency Foyle Film Festival Foyle Northern Ireland Parliament constituency Foyle and Londonderry College, a grammar school in Derry BBC Radio Foyle ...

                                               

Croydon (disambiguation)

Croydon, Pennsylvania, a town in Bucks County Croydon, New Hampshire, a town in Sullivan County Croydon, Utah, a town in Morgan County

                                               

Shashi Tharoors Oxford Union speech

Shashi Tharoors Oxford Union speech on 28 May 2015 was in favour of the motion, "This house believes Britain owes reparations to her former colonies", that is, Britain does owe reparations. Shashi Tharoor was the seventh speaker on his team and w ...

                                               

Samuel Shoemaker (mayor)

Samuel Shoemaker was an American merchant and politician in Philadelphia. He was the mayor of Philadelphia from 1769 to 1771 and served in various positions in the city including councilman, member of the Provincial Assembly, Justice of the Peace ...

                                               

Zhang Zhinan

Zhang Zhinan is a former Chinese politician who spent his entirely career in southeast Chinas Fujian province. He was investigated by the Communist Party of Chinas anti-graft agency in April 2020. Previously he served as executive vice governor o ...

                                               

Azusa Ono

Azusa Ono, Born March 10, 1852 and died January 11, 1886, was a Japanese intellectual, jurist and politician during the Meiji era Close and advisor to Ōkuma Shigenobu, he participated in debates on reforms and the drafting of a first constitution ...

                                               

Pilar Vallugera

Vallugera was born on 13 October 1967 in Barcelona, Catalonia. She has a degree in law from the University of Barcelona. Vallugera was a member of the National Front of Catalonia FNC and Crida la Solidaritat. She joined the Republican Left of Cat ...

                                               

Santiago Saura Martinez de Toda

Santiago Saura Martinez de Toda is a Spanish engineer, professor and politician. Member of the Madrid City Council since 2019, he serves as councillor-president of the district of Retiro.

                                               

Moskovsky

Moskovsky, Moskovskaya, or Moskovskoye may refer to: Moskovskiy, a location in Khatlon Province, Tajikistan Moscow Okrug Moskovsky okrug, name of various divisions in Russia Moskovskaya metro station disambiguation, several metro stations in Russ ...

                                               

Sverdlovsky

Sverdlovsky, Sverdlovskaya, or Sverdlovskoye may refer to: Sverdlovskoye Urban Settlement, a municipal formation corresponding to Sverdlovskoye Settlement Municipal Formation, an administrative division of Vsevolozhsky District of Leningrad Oblas ...

                                               

Richard Daddario

Richard C. Daddario is an American attorney and politician. He served as the head of the New York Police Departments counterterrorism unit, from 2010 to 2013. In December 2013, due to controversies surrounding the programs racial profiling, he re ...

                                               

Park Byeong-seug

Park Byeong-seug is a South Korean former broadcaster and politician. He has been the Member of the National Assembly for Daejon West 1st constituency since 2000. He used to be the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly and the Deputy Mayor for ...

                                               

Period Transition

The Period Transition is a liberal, anti-establishment political party in South Korea. The party was established by Cho Jung-hoon and Lee Won-jae on 23 February 2020. It officially identifies as neither conservative nor progressive, but as pragma ...

                                               

Kaweczyn

Kaweczyn may refer to the following places: Kaweczyn, Skierniewice County in Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Kaweczyn, Busko County in Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship south-central Poland Kaweczyn, Sochaczew County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central ...

                                               

Ram Mandir, Ayodhya

Ram Janmabhoomi temple is a Hindu temple that is being built at Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya. In 1989 Kameshwar Chaupal was one of the first to lay the foundation stone for the temple. A model of the proposed temple was showcased during the Prayag ...

                                               

P. V. Kunhikrishnan

Pulleri Vadhyarillath Kunhikrishnan is the judge of Kerala High Court. The High Court of Kerala is the highest court in the Indian state of Kerala and in the Union Territory of Lakshadweep. The High Court of Kerala is headquartered at Ernakulam, ...

                                               

Court of appeal (disambiguation)

A court of appeal is an appellate court. Court of Appeal may refer to: In Australia: Supreme Court of Western Australia, Court of Appeal Court of Appeal of New South Wales Australian Capital Territory Court of Appeal, name used by the Supreme Cou ...

                                               

372nd

372nd or 372d may refer to: 372d Fighter Group or 144th Fighter Wing, unit of the California Air National Guard, stationed at Fresno Air National Guard Base, California 372nd Military Police Company United States, law enforcement unit within the ...

                                               

Kings Medal

The Kings Medal may refer to: The Kings South Africa Medal awarded to military personnel who served in the Second Boer War in South Africa on or after January 1, 1902, and had completed 18 months service before June 1, 1902 Kings Medal of Merit, ...

                                               

Commendation

Commendation ceremony was a formal ceremony that evolved during the Early Medieval period to create a bond between a lord and his fighting man. Commendation may also refer to: Commendation for Gallantry, a military decoration awarded to personnel ...

                                               

Asia Cup (disambiguation)

The Asia Cup is an international cricket tournament organised by the Asian Cricket Council. Asia Cup may also refer to: Asia Cup Moot, an international moot court competition Womens Hockey Asia Cup, an international womens field hockey tournament ...

                                               

Mustafa Abu Sway

Mustafa Abu Sway is a Palestinian Islamic scholar and the first holder of the Integral Chair for the Study of Al Ghazalis Work at al-Masjid al-Aqsa and al-Quds University in Jerusalem.

                                               

Motorpool

A Motorpool is a group of motor vehicles whose use is shared on a short-term basis by the personnel of an organization, such as a governmental agency or military installation. The term can also refer to the place where such vehicles are parked wh ...

                                               

Hazard pay

Hazard pay is income in addition to regular wages given for performing work under hazardous or dangerous conditions. Hazardous work means that use of reasonable protective gear does not adequately mitigate the inherent risks involved in the work, ...

                                               

General Court

General Court may refer to: Massachusetts General Court New Hampshire General Court Cortes Generales, the national parliament of Spain directly translated as "General Courts", though more commonly left untranslated in English-language texts) Gene ...