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the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pakistan from April 17, 1993 to April 14, 1994.After a brilliant academic career and a Doctorate of Law (with distinction) from Paris University, he had a successful legal practice when he was appointed a High Court Judge at the age of 39, and retired from Supreme Court at 65, the longest tenure by any judge in the history of the Indo-Pak subcontinent. Khowar is principally spoken in the Pakistani regions of Chitral, Yasin, Gupis, Koh-o-ghizar and Ishkoman. Many Khowar speakers have migrated and set up colonies in Pakistan's urban centres such as in Peshawar, Karachi, Lahore and Rawalpindi. A small number of Khowar speakers can be found in the adjacent regions of Afghanistan. Most Dardic people reside in the Northern Pakistan. In ancient times, Pakistan's northern areas plus the adjacent areas of upper Swat (Swat (Pakistan)), Kohistan, and north eastern Afghanistan were referred to as Dardistan, or land of the ''Dards''. The people of the Northern Areas are mostly of Dardic extract, including the people of Chitral (Chitral District), Gilgit, Kohistan (Kohistan District, Pakistan) and upper Swat (Swat (Pakistan)). Dards have also migrated heavily and set up colonies in several of Pakistan's major urban centres such as Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Location It is located on the mid of Lahore-Islamabad motorway (M2) at the left bank of river Jhelum near Southern Salt Range in Sargodha District. Before independence in 1947, Bhera was located in Shahpur District. Bhera is surrounded by green fields and its importance increased due to Motorway passes near Bhera. It is located on the Lahore-Islamabad motorway, and connects with Bhera interchange. Sub-tehsil Bhera is the historical city of District Sargodha near Khushab. Its population is 100,000 is mainly dominated by Punjabi (Punjabi people)s. Old Bhera is like old Lahore or old Peshawar. Its markets and streets are narrow. There is a circular road around the city. Old Bhera was situated on the right bank of the River Jehlum, on the opposite side new Bhera is located. There are heaps of ruins of old Bhera and remains of its markets and streets can still be seen on the other bank of the River Jehlum. Location Bhera is located on the left bank of river Jehlum. River is located about one kilometer from the town. Bank of river Jehlum is also nice place for picnic and enjoyments. During Mughal period, carvans from Central Asia, Kabul, Qandahar and Peshawar used to cross the river to go to Lahore, Delhi and other parts of India. Carvans from Kashmir used to reach Bhera along with the river. * Nepal * In Pakistan there are three Alliance Françaises located in Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad. * The Philippines has Alliance Française de Cebu located in Cebu City, and Alliance Française de Manille located in Makati City. death_date 23 March 1931 (aged 23) death_place Lahore, Punjab (Punjab region), British India (British Raj) image Bhagat Singh 1929 140x190.jpg image Bhagat Singh 1929 140x190.jpg caption Bhagat Singh, conspicuously dressed in western attire to avoid recognition during his escape from Lahore to Calcutta alt Bhagat Singh, dressed in western attire to avoid recognition and escape from Lahore to Calcutta thumb right The house Bhagat Singh was born in present-day Pakistan (Image:BhagatHome.jpg) Bhagat Singh was born to Kishan Singh Sandhu and Vidyavati Kaur at Chak No. 105, Banga village, Jaranwala Tehsil in the Lyallpur district (Faisalabad District) of the Punjab Province (Punjab Province (British India)) of British India. WikiPedia:Lahore


) from her honeymoon. Her husband is Jørgen Tesman, an aspiring, young, reliable (but not brilliant) academic who has combined research with their honeymoon. It becomes clear in the course of the play that she has never loved him but has married him for reasons pertaining to the boring nature of her life. It is also suggested that she may be pregnant. Between 7 June and 26 August, ''New Jersey'' formed part of the first training squadron to cruise Northern European waters since the beginning


and career Born in Liepāja in the Russian Empire (today's Latvia) into a Jewish family and educated in Geneva, Switzerland, she pursued a brilliant academic career and performed original research in biochemistry and in the neurosciences. From 1918 onwards she was the first woman awarded professional rank at the University of Geneva, being a Professor of chemio (chemistry)-physiology, and researching cellular oxidation (cellular respiration). In 1904, she received a doctorate in Zurich, Switzerland. By 1908, she was a lecturer at the economic College in Mannheim, and by 1924 had a professorship in economics - bgcolor "#888888" '''Countries''' bgcolor "#efefef" mostly EU countries also Norway, Switzerland, Turkey and Russia - ''Life and Fate'' was published in 1980 in Switzerland, thanks to fellow dissidents: physicist Andrei Sakharov secretly photographed draft pages preserved by Semyon Lipkin, and the writer Vladimir Voinovich managed to smuggle the photographic films abroad. Two dissident researchers, professors and writers, Efim Etkind and Shimon Markish retyped the text from the microfilm, with some mistakes and misreadings due to the bad quality. The book was finally published in the Soviet Union in 1988 after the policy of glasnost was initiated by Mikhail Gorbachev. The text was published again in 1989, because further original manuscripts emerged after the first publication. ''Everything Flows'' was also published in the Soviet Union in 1989. Biography He was born to Albert de Mestral, an agricultural engineer, and Marthe de Goumoëns in Colombier (Colombier, Vaud), near Lausanne, Switzerland. De Mestral designed a toy airplane at age twelve and patented it. He attended the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne. After graduation in 1930, he worked in the machine shop of an engineering company. He worked on inventing Velcro hook and loop fasteners for ten years starting in 1948. In 1955 he successfully patented hook and loop, eventually selling 60 million yards (about 55,000 km) a year through a multi-million dollar company. Mechanizing the process of weaving the hooks took eight years, and it took another year to create the loom that trimmed the loops after weaving them. In all, it took ten years to create a mechanized process that worked. He submitted his idea for patent in Switzerland in 1951 and the patent was granted in 1955. De Mestral expected a high demand immediately. Within a few years, he received patents and subsequently opened shop in Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Canada. In 1957 he branched out to the textile center of Manchester, New Hampshire in the United States. commons:Confoederatio Helvetica

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