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Muskurayega India

"Muskurayega India" is a Hindi song playback singer Vishal Mishra from the 2020 COVID-19. The song was lyricist by Kaushal Kishore, Produced and arranged by Vishal Mishra. and this song is inspiring sing MUSKURAYEGA INDIA to ignite hope during co ...

                                               

Jhanjar

Jhanjar is a song by Indian singer and lyricist Karan Aujla. The song was written by Aujla and music was composed by Desi Crew. The music video was directed by Tru Makers. Produced by Sandeep Rehaan under Rehaan Records, the song was released on ...

                                               

Yashoda Palayad

Yashoda was born to late P. V. Krishnan Vaidyar and Ammu Amma in 1946. She started her singing career through dramas at the age of ten with the song chokachokachoka chukannoru chengodi and had also rendered mappilappattu. She was an active actres ...

                                               

T-Bird (disambiguation)

T-Bird is a colloquial name for Ford Thunderbird automobiles. T-Bird or T-Birds may also refer to: Parker RP9 T-Bird, an American, high-wing, T-tailed, single-seat, FAI Open Class glider Thunderbird T-Bird, the second generation of the AMD microp ...

                                               

R. Sundaramoorthy

R. Sundaramoorthy is an Indian make-up artist and actor known for his work in Hindi and Tamil films. He is best known for his work in the film Padayappa. Sundaramoorthy is notably the first make-up artist for Rajinikanth.

                                               

Kanya Bharathi

Sri Kanya better known by her stage name Kanya ", is an Indian actress who predominantly works in Malayalam and Tamil television, along with a few Malayalam films.She was born and brought up in kerala but got settled in Chennai for the past 20 ye ...

                                               

List of awards and nominations received by Manju Warrier

Manju Warrier is an Indian film actress and dancer who primarily appears in Malayalam films. She is one of the most successful leading actresses in Malayalam cinema, and has been referred to as a superstar of Malayalam cinema. Warrier won the Nat ...

                                               

Dharisanam

Dharisanam is a 1970 Indian Tamil-language film produced and directed by V. T. Arasu. The film stars A. V. M. Rajan and Pushpalatha. It was released on 6 February 1970.

                                               

Nalinikanth (actor)

Nalinikanth is an Indian film actor known for his works predominantly in Tamil and Telugu, Malayalam films. He debuted in the 1980 film Kadhal and has appeared in over 100 films. Nalinikanth was once a popular villainy actor. He resembles Rajinik ...

                                               

Kanika

Kaniha or Kanika born 1982, Indian film actress who works predominantly in Malayalam cinema Kanika name, a common Indian given name, from Hindi or Sanskrit

                                               

Bhutacha Bhau

Bandu is killed by three goons Appaji,Indrasen and Dayaram.he turns into ghost.he travel to city and find his long lost brother and mother.His little brother Nandu Sachin Pilgaonkar is timid man.Bandu meet him and tell him how these goons killed ...

                                               

Justin James

Justin James music director, Indian composer, singer and guitarist in Malayalam cinema Justin James musician, American singer-songwriter Justin James music producer, Canadian electronic musician, DJ, and producer

                                               

Citizen Mani

Citizen Mani is an Indian comedian who works in Tamil-language films. He has acted in 200 films and television serials. He directed and acted in a film, Perunali, in 2019.

                                               

Balkrishna Shinde

Balkrishna Shinde is an Indian film actor. He is best known for his work in Marathi cinema. He became in noticed in his Marathi cinema Rajiv Patils Savarkhed Ek Gaon

                                               

Narayana Rao

Narayana Rao or Narayanarao may refer to: Huilgol Narayana Rao 1884–1971, Kannada poet and playwright Chitrapu Narayana Rao 1913–1985, Indian film director T. Narayana Rao born 1959, Indian laparoscopic surgeon G. V. Narayana Rao born 1953, Telug ...

                                               

A1 Express

A1 Express is an upcoming Indian Telugu-language film directed by Dennis Jeevan Kanukolanu and produced by T.G.Vishwa Prasad. It features Sundeep Kishan. It is a remake of the 2019 Tamil film Natpe Thunai.

                                               

Menaka Thakkar

Menaka Thakkar is an Indo-Canadian dancer, choreographer, and teacher who specializes in Indian classical dance. Based in Toronto, Thakkar has taught and performed across Canada and around the world. She was awarded Canadas Governor Generals Perf ...

                                               

Suzine Har Nicolescu

Suzine Har Nicolescu was a American librarian who was one of the founders of the Asian Pacific American Librarians Association. She served fourteen years as the chief librarian at Medgar Evers College and fought against discrimination in the libr ...

                                               

Ladhoo

Ladhoo or Ladhu is the village of South kashmirsPulwama district of UT Jammu and Kashmir. It is one of the largest villages of Constituency/Tehsil Pampore covering an area of 9 sq. kms. People of this village are mostly engaged with Self business ...

                                               

Alice Mary Gordon

Alice Mary Gordon was a British author and domestic electrical pioneer. Gordon was born Alice Mary Brandreth in Shimla about 1855 to Edward Lyall Brandreth and Louisa Marriott. Her father was a Justice of the Peace and Member of the Council of In ...

                                               

Bhawan

Bhawan may refer to: Rastrapati Bhawan, the official residence of the President of Nepal Thana Bhawan, small town in Muzaffarnagar District in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India Umaid Bhawan Palace, large private residence at Jodhpur in Rajasthan, ...

                                               

Divorce in Pakistan

Similar to global trends divorce rate is increasing gradually in Pakistan too. In Punjab, in 2014 khula cases registered were 16.942 that rose to 18.901 cases in 2016.

                                               

R. S. Mongia

Justice Mongia obtained his law degree from Panjab University, Chandigarh in 1963 before he was enrolled as an Advocate in Punjab and Haryana High Court in the year 1964. On 15 June 1990 he was elevated as Judge of Punjab and Haryana High Court. ...

                                               

Barmby

Barmby may refer to: People: Jeff Barmby born 1943, English former footballer Catherine Barmby 1816/17 – 1853, utopian socialist and writer on womens emancipation Nick Barmby born 1974, English professional footballer, former manager of Football ...

                                               

Paishacha marriage

Paishacha marriage has been defined in Manu Smriti in section IV - Eight types of marriage Suptām mattām pramattām vā raho yatropagacchati | Sa pāpistho vivāhānām paisācascāstamodhamah || Sanskrit: सुप्तां मत्तां प्रमत्तां वा रहो यत्रोपगच्छति। स ...

                                               

Asura marriage

Asura marriage has been defined in Manu Smriti in section IV - Eight types of marriage Jñātibhyo dravinam dattvā kanyāyai caiva saktitah | kanyāpradānam svācchandyādāsuro dharma ucyate || Sanskrit: ज्ञातिभ्यो द्रविणं दत्त्वा कन्यायै चैव शक्तितः। ...

                                               

Holy Spirit Cathedral

Holy Spirit Cathedral or Cathedral of the Holy Spirit may refer to: Holy Spirit Cathedral, Penang, Malaysia Cathedral of the Holy Spirit Bismarck, North Dakota, United States Holy Spirit Cathedral Minsk, Belarus Cathedral of the Holy Spirit, Ista ...

                                               

Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary might refer to: Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Minsk, Belarus Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Odessa, Ukraine Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Bogor, Indonesia Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin ...

                                               

Sacred Heart of Jesus Church

Sacred Heart of Jesus Church or Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus or variations may refer to: in China Sacred Heart Cathedral of Shenyang formally Sacred Heart of Jesus Diocesan Cathedral in Shenyang Sacred Heart Cathedral of Harbin formally Sa ...

                                               

Orodes

Orodes is the Latinized form of a male given name of Iranian origin popular among Parthians. People bearing the name include: Kings of Parthia Orodes I of Parthia c. 90–80 BC Orodes III of Parthia c. 6 Orodes II of Parthia c. 57–38 BC Kings of El ...

                                               

Principality of Donboli

Kurdish principality that ruled the region of Van and West Azerbaijan Province.with the army of Ayyubis around Damascus in 1210. Hoy and Kara Ziyaddin, the Sultans of Eyyubi, Sokmenabad, which is among the region, is one of the great tribes of th ...

                                               

IFCA

International Fellowship of Christian Assemblies, a North American Pentecostal denomination International Forum of Catholic Action, see Directory of International Associations of the Faithful Independent Fundamental Churches of America or IFCA In ...

                                               

National Democratic Front

National Democratic Front may refer to: National Democratic Front Guyana National Democratic Front Philippines National Democratic Front French India National Democratic Front Algeria National Democratic Front India National Democratic Front Iran ...

                                               

Shahin (rocket)

The Shahin-1 and Shahin-2 are Iranian road-mobile truck mounted short-range fin-stabilized unguided 333 mm Artillery rockets. It was designed to be a cost-effective unguided rocket to destroy enemy troop concentrations, installations and fortific ...

                                               

Shahin missile system

Shahin missile system is an Iranian advanced medium-range surface-to-air missile system which was introduced by Ministry of Defence and Armed Forces Logistics. According to the minister of "Ministry of Defence and Armed Forces Logistics", Mostafa ...

                                               

Gil Loescher

He was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and was a scholarship basketball player at Saint Marys College of California. He earned his bachelors degree in 1967 then earned a masters at Monterey Institute of International Studies in 1969 and a do ...

                                               

Look into My Eyes

Look into My Eyes may refer to: Look into My Eyes, an Israeli documentary which made its US premier in June 2009 at the New York Human Rights Watch film festival "Look into My Eyes" Gotham, 2016 television episode

                                               

Herut (disambiguation)

Herut may refer to: Herut, the major right-wing party in Israel until its merger into Likud. Beit Herut, a moshav in central Israel Herut – The National Movement, a new Herut party created in 1998 by dissenting Likud members. Herut newspaper, the ...

                                               

With God on Our Side

With God on our side is a quote from the Bible. The verse goes "With God on our side we will win; he will defeat our enemies." With God on our side may also refer to: With God On Our Side film 2010, a documentary about Christian Zionism "With God ...

                                               

Causality (disambiguation)

Causality is the efficacy that connects one process or state, the cause, with another process or state, the effect, where the cause is partly responsible for the effect, and the effect is partly dependent on the cause. Causality may also refer to:

                                               

Sasha Zhoya

Sasha Zhoya is a track and field athlete with the triple nationality France, Australia and Zimbabwe. Born in Subiaco, Australia, he is the current holder of three World U18 Best Performances 110 m hurdles, Pole vault and 60 m hurdles and one Worl ...

                                               

Balance Policy

Balance Policy is a manga series by Akihito Yoshitomi. It was originally serialized by Shōnen Gahōsha in 2010–2014 in their magazine Change H, which was later renamed Trans Switch, and has since been collected in two tankōbon volumes. A one-shot ...

                                               

Pink House

Pink House may refer to: Casa Rosada or Casa de Gobierno Government House, the official seat of the executive branch of government for Argentina Pink House Melbourne Beach, Florida Pink House Newbury, Massachusetts Pink House Kansas City, Missour ...

                                               

86th Street Line (Brooklyn)

The 86th Street Line or Streetcar Line #31 was a streetcar line in Brooklyn, New York City, United States, mostly running along Bath Avenue and other Streets between Coney Island and Sunset Park. Built by the Brooklyn and Queens Transit Corporati ...

                                               

Get You the Moon

Get You the Moon is a song by Italian producer Kina, featuring vocalist Snow. It was released on March 15, 2018, and later re-released under Columbia Records on October 8, 2018. A music video was released on the MrSuicideSheep YouTube channel on ...

                                               

Irimi Shell Midden

The Irimi shell midden is an archaeological site containing a late Jomon period shell midden located in what is now part of the town of Higashiura, Aichi in the Tōkai region of Japan. The site was designated as a National Historic Site by the Jap ...

                                               

Ichinomiya (disambiguation)

Ichinomiya is historically the supreme shrine in each of the old provinces of Japan, and currently the name of several places in Japan: Ichinomiya, Aichi Japanese: 一宮市; Ichinomiya-shi containing the shrine of the old province Owari a city Owar ...

                                               

Tachibana

Tachibana clan kuge 橘氏 – a clan of kuge court nobles prominent in the Nara and Heian periods 710–1185 Tachibana clan samurai 立花氏 – a clan of daimyō feudal lords prominent in the Muromachi, Sengoku and Edo periods 1333–1868 Tachibana surname

                                               

Nijō

Nijō Street, one of numbered east-west streets in the ancient capital of Heian-kyō present-day Kyoto, Japan Nijō Station Kyoto, a train station in Nakagyō-ku, Kyoto Nijō Castle, a castle in Nakagyō-ku, Kyoto Nijō, Fukuoka 二丈町, Nijō-machi, a fo ...

                                               

Yamagata

Yamagata Ridge, a nunatak in Oates Land, Antarctica