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and started playing international basketball for Turkey. DATE OF BIRTH June 7, 1976 PLACE OF BIRTH Novi Pazar, SR Serbia (Socialist Republic of Serbia), SFR Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) DATE OF DEATH After the war, the village became part of Vojvodina, an autonomous province of the Socialist Republic of Serbia and Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia. Until 1960, villages of present-day Pećinci municipality were part of the municipalities of Ruma, Stara Pazova and Zemun (village of Pećinci itself was part of Zemun municipality). A separate municipality of Pećinci was formed in 1960 and village of Pećinci was chosen for municipal center because of its favorable traffic position. birth_date consider it a key moment in the breakup of Yugoslavia and a contributor to the Yugoslav wars. * Democratic Federal Yugoslavia (Yugoslavia) (1944–1946), Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRJ) (1946–1963), Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1963–1992) ** People's Republic of Serbia (Socialist Republic of Serbia) (1944–1963), Socialist Republic of Serbia (1963–1990), Republic of Serbia (Republic of Serbia (1990–2006)) (1990–1992) *** Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (1945–1963)) (1944–1963), Socialist Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (1963–1990), Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (Vojvodina) (1990–1992) * Democratic Federal Yugoslavia (Yugoslavia) (1944–1946), Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRJ) (1946–1963), Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1963–1992) ** People's Republic of Serbia (Socialist Republic of Serbia) (1944–1963), Socialist Republic of Serbia (1963–1990), Republic of Serbia (Republic of Serbia (1990–2006)) (1990–1992) *** Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (1945–1963)) (1944–1963), Socialist Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (1963–1990), Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (Vojvodina) (1990–1992)


in Barisal Division and Rangpur Division Early life Aftab Ahmed was born and spend most of his childhood in Chittagong. His first school was St. Mary's School. In his early days Aftab was careless about playing international cricket and even thought of it as a torture. He even refused to get admitted into BKSP (Bangladesh Krira Shiksha Pratisthan) as he had to leave his family and friends for it. But his father was valiant fan of sports and wanted his son to become a cricketer. Aftab remained passive about his cricketing career and have the record of leaving camp. He was also frustrated about the camps as he was not been selected. He said, "I was called many times in the camp but never got a chance in the team." But his waiting paid dividend when he finally received a call from the team. One day as he was playing he received a long awaiting call from the national team. But his father who played a major role in his emerging was unable to hear the announcement. He died during the 1999 Cricket World Cup Chutir Dine, The Daily Prothom Alo, 8 April 2006 birth_date WikiPedia:Chittagong Dmoz:Regional Asia Bangladesh Localities Chittagong Commons:Category:Chittagong


England . However, Kaluperuma bowled 21 wicketless overs, followed by six wicketless overs in the next Test. It was evident that captain Duleep Mendis hardly had faith in him, and he never returned to international cricket. He also joined a tour of South Africa (South African cricket team) in 1982 83, which permanently stopped him playing international cricket. In 2003, he joined the board of national selectors in Sri Lanka, and two years later he was made chairman of this board. thumb '''Stumpy''', the official mascot for the 2011 Cricket World Cup in South Asia. (Image:Stumpy.svg) '''Stumpy''' 2011 World Cup mascot to be called 'Stumpy' NDTV Cricket. Retrieved on 2 Aug, 2010. is the official mascot for the 2011 Cricket World Cup. He was unveiled at a function in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Friday, 2 April 2010. He is a ten year old elephant who is very young, enthusiastic and is determined. Cricket-followers based all over the world were able to participate in a contest to name the mascot. First Look: Mascot for 2011 Cricket World Cup by Rediff Sport. Retrieved on 2 April 2010. The official name of the mascot was released on Monday, 2 August 2010 after an online competition conducted by the International Cricket Council in the last week of July, 2010. ICC to name ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 mascot on 2 August. ICC. Retrieved on 2 Aug, 2010. The party arrived in Madras some hours later, and Thawee continued on to Colombo, where he met Sanguan Tularak, a fellow Seri Thai agent. The sojourn in Ceylonese capital did not last long, however, as the Wing Commander was taken by Colonel John Coughlin of the OSS to meet Lord Mountbatten (Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma) at Kandy. There Thawee received his OSS codename, "Dicky Stone". On 14 May 1916, Samson was given command of HMS ''Ben-my-Chree'' (HMS Ben-my-Chree), a former Isle of Man passenger steamer which had been converted into a seaplane carrier. Based at Port Said, he patrolled the coasts of Palestine and Syria, sending his aircraft on reconnaissance missions and bombing Turkish positions, often flying himself on operations. On 2 June, Samson took his ship through the Suez Canal to Aden where he personally led a six day bombing campaign. After silencing Turkish guns at Perim, ''Ben My Chree'' headed to Jidda where on 15 June, her aircraft operated in support of an attack by Arab forces (Arab Revolt) led by Faisal (Faisal I of Iraq), son of Hussein bin Ali, Sharif of Mecca; Samson lost the heel of his boot as well as various pieces of his seaplane to ground fire. The Turks surrendered the next day. Further operations off the coast of Palestine followed; on 26 July, Samson and his observer Lt Wedgewood Benn (William Wedgwood Benn, 1st Viscount Stansgate) destroyed a train carrying 1,600 troops with a 16 lb bomb. In almost continuous action through the rest of 1916, Samson received a signal from the Admiralty asking why ''Ben-my-Chree'' had used so much ammunition; he replied "that there was unfortunately a war on". In January 1917 he sailed to Castellorizo to carry out joint operations with the French, and in the harbour there the ''Ben My Chree'' was sunk on 11 January by Turkish gunfire. A subsequent Court-martial acquitted Samson and the crew of all responsibility and commended them for their behaviour. http: history squadron_history chronology 1914-1919.htm His two escort ships, already equipped to carry a few seaplanes, were fitted out for independent air operations, and from Aden and later Colombo, he patrolled the Indian Ocean for enemy commerce raiders. Over the winter of 1969, he was selected to tour Sri Lanka with the Marylebone Cricket Club. He played one match, on 20 February 1970, against Ceylon at Colombo. He scored 7 and 19*, and stumped Anura Tennekoon as the MCC moved to a convincing victory. Commons:Category:Colombo Dmoz:Regional Asia Sri Lanka Western Colombo Wikipedia:Colombo


display panel similar to ''Mr Screen (Pink Floyd live performances#The light show)''. The Australian Pink Floyd Show are renowned for playing international venues worldwide, setting them apart from local or regional Pink Floyd tributes. thumb The Australian Pink Floyd Show in Barcelona (2009) (File:The Australian Pink Floyd Show en Barcelona.jpg) '''HMAS ''Lithgow'' (J206 M206)''', named for the city of Lithgow, New South Wales, Australia was one of 60 Bathurst class corvette

will be picked by Sir Richard Hadlee (Richard Hadlee) and captained by former Australian (Australian cricket team) captain Steve Waugh and will include players from Australia, New Zealand (New Zealand cricket team) and the West Indies (West Indian cricket team). The Asian XI will consist of players from India (Indian cricket team), Pakistan (Pakistani cricket team) and Sri Lanka (Sri Lankan cricket team). The other four Test-playing (Test cricket) nations are currently playing

international series and have already pledged funds to the humanitarian relief operation. (Cricinfo) *College football bowl games (NCAA football bowl games, 2004-05) (Bowl Championship Series games in ''italics''): Outside of the UK, the song was also very successful. It reached the Top 10 in Spain, Israel, Hong Kong, Poland, Canada, Hungary & Ireland as well as in many other countries while in Minogue's home country of Australia, the song debuted at #3 on the singles chart. It was certified gold in Australia for sales of over 35,000. The song peaked at number nine in New Zealand, being certificated Gold and shipping over 7500 copies to the country. However, ''The Singles 1992–2003'' and ''Everything in Time'' from ''Boom Box'' were released separately and were reviewed as separate albums. ''The Singles 1992–2003'' was well received by critics and was described as "a real joy" Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


, and he obviously enjoyed it. From then on he would travel extensively, both to Europe and the Middle East, with Maria as well as with friends like Turner. The '''Italy national rugby union team''' represent the nation of Italy in the sport of rugby union. The team is also known as the Azzurri (the Blues). Italy have been playing international rugby since the late 1920s, and since 2000 compete annually in the Six Nations Championship with England national rugby union team England


house all summer. I'm too kind to kick him out! He has no english bank account, nor national insurance number, but has a valid passport. Thanks, u ppl are sorting out lots of my major minor problems --Sophiebristow (User:Sophiebristow) 22:37, 12 July 2005 (UTC) The '''Japan national rugby league team''' represents Japan in rugby league football. Japan has been playing international competition since 1994. A regular domestic amateur competition has been held in Japan for several years

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