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List of programs broadcast by Star Maa

Star Maa is an Indian Telugu language general entertainment private broadcast television network that is owned by the Star India, a subsidiary of American multinational mass media corporation The Walt Disney Company. This is a list of the current ...

                                               

House of Hungama

House of Hungama is Indian Telugu-language sitcom debuted on Star Maa on March 16, 2020 directed by Surendra. The series stars Suma Kanakala, Sruthi, RJ Hemanth, Raghava and Udaya Sree in lead roles.

                                               

Juvva

Surekha Vani Sana Ranjith Somi as Rana Posani Krishna Murali Raghu Babu Murali Sharma Prabhas Sreenu Arjun as Basavaraj Patil Saptagiri Anand Palak Lalwani as Shruthi Ali Bhadram

                                               

Dorasaani

Source Vinay Varma as a landlord dora Anand Devarakonda as Raju Sharanya Pradeep as a domestic maid dasi Shivatmika as Devaki / Dorasani Chowdhary Kishore as the communist head

                                               

Bhagyanagara Veedullo Gamattu

Bhagyanagara Veedullo Gamattu is a 2019 Telugu comedy drama film directed and co-produced by Srinivasa Reddy in his directorial debut. The film stars himself and comedians Sathya and Shakalaka Shankar.

                                               

Abbai Class Ammai Mass

Abbai Class Ammai Mass is a 2013 Indian Telugu romantic comedy film written and directed by Koneti Srinu, making his debut.The film is being produced by Lakshman Kyadri. It features Varun Sandesh and Hariprriya in the lead roles. The supporting c ...

                                               

Gue Village

Gue Village is situated in the Lahul & Spiti district of the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. In this little village lays the perfectly well-preserved 500-year-old mummy of Sangha Tenzing. It was a Buddhist monk from Tibet. It was found in a s ...

                                               

Hasan Ali

Hasan Ali can refer to: Hasan Ali Kara Koyunlu, last ruler of the Kara Koyunlu Turkmen tribal federation Hasan Ali cricketer, Pakistani cricketer Hasan Ali footballer, United Arab Emirates footballer Hasan Ali politician, Iraqi politician, of Reg ...

                                               

Count Radetzkys 5th Hussar Regiment

The 5th Hussar Regiment, or Count Radetzkys 5th Hussar Regiment, was set up as an Austrian-Hapsburg cavalry association. The unit then existed in the Imperial and Royal or Common Army within the Austro-Hungarian Army until its dissolution in 1918 ...

                                               

Feuillant

Feuillant and its plural Feuillants, a French word derived ultimately from the Latin for "leaf", can refer to the following: Convent of the Feuillants Couvent des Feuillants in Paris, a monastery belonging to the Congregation of the Feuillants, w ...

                                               

Jacobian

In mathematics, a Jacobian, named for Carl Gustav Jacob Jacobi, may refer to: Jacobian matrix and determinant Jacobian elliptic function Jacobian variety Intermediate Jacobian

                                               

Circuito Mexicano de Basquetbol

The Circuito Mexicano de Basquetbol, also known with the acronym CIMEBA, was a professional basketball league in Mexico. The first edition was the 1970–71 season, and it continued until the 2006–07 season, after which the league was discontinued. ...

                                               

Carrollton

Carrollton is the name of some places in the United States of America: Carrollton, Texas, the largest city of this name in the United States Carrollton, Carroll County, Indiana Carrollton, Missouri Carrollton, New Orleans, a former town now in th ...

                                               

Taiwan–European Union relations

The Taiwan–European Union relations refers to the informal international relations established between the Republic of China, commonly known as Taiwan, and the European Union. These relations are marked by the current adherence of all EU member s ...

                                               

Ella Elvira Gibson

Elvira "Ella" Gibson was the first woman to serve as a military chaplain in the United States military. She served during American Civil War but was not recognized for her service until 2002.

                                               

Elizabeth Malloch

Elizabeth Gilmour Malloch was a Teacher, College Principal and a Campaigner for Equality within the Episcopal Church. She was one of the first women to become a priest within the Episcopal Church.

                                               

Frederick Roberts

Frederick or Fred Roberts may refer to: Frederick Roberts politician 1876–1941, British Labour Party Member of Parliament 1918–1931 and 1935–1941 Frederick Hugh Sherston Roberts 1872–1899, his son, Anglo-Irish soldier and Victoria Cross recipient ...

                                               

David Hale

David Hale Whitewater, former Arkansas municipal judge convicted of fraud, Whitewater trial witness David Hale cricketer born 1966, English former cricketer David Hale baseball born 1987, American baseball pitcher for the Atlanta Braves, Colorado ...

                                               

Lord King

Lord King may refer to: Tarsem King, Baron King of West Bromwich 1937–2013, a Labour local councillor 1979–2007, ennobled as Britains first Sikh peer. Mervyn King, Baron King of Lothbury born 1948, former Governor of the Bank of England and chair ...

                                               

David Bradford

David Bradford may refer to: David Bradford footballer born 1953, English retired football midfielder David Bradford economist 1939–2005, American economist and professor of economics and public affairs David Cordley Bradford 1922–2002, British g ...

                                               

Laing

Laing ORourke, a British construction company, formerly part of the John Laing Group Arriva UK Trains, a British transport company formerly known as Laing Rail MTR Laing, former name of London Overground Rail Operations John Laing Group, a Britis ...

                                               

Gaston Tessier

Aime Auguste Tessier, known as Gaston Tessier was a French trade unionist and Resistance member. Born in Paris, Tessier attended a Christian Brothers school. In 1905, he joined the Trade and Industry Employees Union SECI, a union of Catholic work ...

                                               

Computer People for Peace

The Computer People for Peace was an activist organization active in the technology industry from 1968 to 1974. The CPP had its roots in the anti-war movement of the 60s, Outside the anti-war movement, CPP was against" the use of computer informa ...

                                               

Stepan Sarpaneva

He enrolled in the Finnish School of Watchmaking Kelloseppakoulu in 1989, earned his degree in watchmaking in 1992 and then went on to study at the Swiss Watchmakers of Switzerland Training and Education Program WOSTEP. In Switzerland since 1994, ...

                                               

Limokon

In Philippine mythology, the Limokon was believed by the Mandaya, Bagobo, and Manobo people of Mindanao to be an omen bird. In Luzon, a blue bird called the Tigmamanukan was similarly believed by the Tagalog people to be an omen bird.

                                               

William C. Edenborn

William C. Edenborn, was an inventor, steel industrialist, and railroad magnate. He patented the design for a machine for inexpensive manufacture of barbed wire. Edenborn founded the Louisiana Railway and Navigation Company, which operated betwee ...

                                               

Michael Donnelly

Michael or Mike Donnelly may refer to: Michael Donnelly priest 1927–1982, Roman Catholic priest from Ireland Michael Donnelly politician, Irish Fianna Fail Senator from 1977–81 Michael Donnelly veteran 1959–2005, United States Air Force USAF and ...

                                               

IV Corps

4th Army Corps France IV Corps Grande Armee, a unit of the Imperial French Army during the Napoleonic Wars IV Cavalry Corps Grande Armee, a cavalry unit of the Imperial French Army during the Napoleonic Wars

                                               

Dewan Singh

Sepoy Dewan Singh, MVC was a soldier in the Indian Army notable for his participation in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947–1948. He displayed exemplary courage and gallantry and make the ultimate sacrifice fighting the enemy, and was posthumously aw ...

                                               

Shiv Kunal Verma

Shiv Kunal Verma is an Indian military historian and a documentary filmmaker who has produced documentaries on Indian defence services, particularly the Kargil War. He is perhaps best known for the book 1962: The War That Wasnt, a study of the Si ...

                                               

24-zig

The 24-zig is a winding mountain road in the southwest of China, which became known worldwide in the Second Sino-Japanese War as a symbol of the efforts made by the United States Army to support China.

                                               

Al-Walid ibn Hisham al-Muayti

Al-Walid ibn Hisham ibn al-Walid ibn Uqba al-Muayti was a member of the Umayyad dynasty, a commander in the Arab–Byzantine wars and the governor of Jund Qinnasrin under Caliph Umar II

                                               

Corrie

Corrie!, a play written to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Coronation Street in 2010 nickname of Coronation Street, a long-running British television soap opera The Corries, a Scottish folk group

                                               

Dunbar (disambiguation)

Australia Dunbar, Queensland, in Maramie Canada Dunbar-Southlands, a residential neighborhood in Vancouver, Canada United Kingdom Dunbar Castle Dunbar sands or Doom Bar, Cornwall United States Dunbar Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania Dunbar, ...

                                               

Aleksandr Mikhailovich Stepanov (general)

Aleksandr Mikhailovich Stepanov was a Red Army major general. Stepanov rose from private to officer during World War I and held brigade command during the Russian Civil War. Between the wars, he held command and staff positions and was decorated ...

                                               

Danann (disambiguation)

Tuatha De Danann - a mythical people of Ireland The Dananns or Danaoi, another name used by Homer for the Achaeans Denyen - a possible connection with late Bronze Age mention from Egypt and Amarna Letters

                                               

Lycophron (disambiguation)

Lycophron or Lycophro may refer to: Lycophron mythology, an Achaean warrior during the Trojan War. Lycophron I of Pherae, establisher of the tyranny of Pherae, to which his son Jason of Pherae succeeded Lycophron Sophist, a sophist mentioned by A ...

                                               

Archon (disambiguation)

Archon, a character from the video game Mass Effect: Andromeda Archon Dungeons & Dragons, a fantasy race featured in the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game Archon: The Light and the Dark, a video game from 1983 The Archon, the second book of th ...

                                               

Adam Bishop

Adam Bishop is a part-time strongman. He placed ninth in the 2019 Worlds Strongest Man competition, and came first in the 2020 Britains Strongest Man Bishop refers to himself in the media as "one of the little guys" in the sport, despite weighing ...

                                               

European Champions Cup

European Champions Cup may refer to: UEFA Champions League, formerly known as the European Cup, a football club tournament FIBA European Champions Cup, the former mens basketball club championship of Europe and officially recognized as predecesso ...

                                               

2003 New York City Marathon

The 2003 New York City Marathon was the 34th running of the annual marathon race in New York City, United States, which took place on Sunday, November 2. The mens elite race was won by Kenyas Martin Lel in a time of 2:10:30 hours while the womens ...

                                               

Prometheus (Orozco)

Prometheus is a fresco by Mexican muralist Jose Clemente Orozco. It depicts the Greek Titan Prometheus stealing fire from the heavens to give to humans. It was commissioned for Pomona Colleges Frary Dining Hall and completed in June 1930, becomin ...

                                               

Judith Simonian

Judith Simonian is an American artist known for her montage-like paintings and early urban public art. She began her career as a significant participant in an emergent 1980s downtown Los Angeles art scene that spawned street art and performances, ...

                                               

The Twelve Labors of Hercules (Spafford)

The Twelve Labors of Hercules is a series of murals by Washington State artist Michael Spafford commissioned in the early 1980s for the State of Washington. The works were completed in 1981 and permanently installed on the walls of the House of R ...

                                               

Morris Topchevsky

Morris Topchevsky was born in Bialystok, Poland then a part of Russia and immigrated to Chicago, Illinois with his family in 1910 to escape anti-Jewish violence. He worked both as a printmaker and a painter using oils and watercolor, and initiall ...

                                               

Oratory

Oratory is a type of public speaking. Oratory may also refer to: Eloquence, fluent, forcible, elegant, or persuasive speaking Rhetoric, the art of discourse

                                               

TMX

TMX may refer to: Thiamethoxam, a second generation neonicotinoid insecticide TMX Group, parent to the Toronto Stock Exchange and Montreal Derivatives Exchange Montreal Exchange MX, can be mistakenly referred to by its parent Toronto Stock Exchan ...

                                               

Euclidean

Euclidean ball, the set of points within some fixed distance from a center point Non-Euclidean geometry, systems of points, lines, and planes analogous to Euclidean geometry but without uniquely determined parallel lines Euclidean space, the two- ...

                                               

Michete

Michete grew up in Spokane Valley, Washington. She studied theatre and improv throughout high school and has said that pop music "became a central part of identity" around that time. She began writing raps when she was 15. In 2014, she wrote, rec ...

                                               

England womens national under-18 basketball team

The England womens national under-18 basketball team is a national basketball team of England, administered by the Basketball England. It represents the country in womens international under-18 basketball competitions. The team won a silver medal ...