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actor. He gained popularity from Punjabi (Punjabi language) films. His iconic role as the villain '''Noori Nat''' in the movie Moula Jat became a trademark and he went on to adapt similar roles for many years to come. He did regret being typecast (typecasting (acting)) as he wished to show his versatility in acting. He has acted in more than 500 movies, in both Urdu and Punjabi languages. This fertile geographic region is shared by both Bangladesh and India (West Bengal). China also has a dominating place in jute cultivation. On a smaller scale, Thailand, Myanmar (Burma), Pakistan, Nepal, and Bhutan also cultivate jute. '''Deepak Perwani''' (born 1973) ('''Urdu : ديپڪ پرواني''', '''Hindi''' : दीपक परवानी ) http: www.pieway.com designer deepak-perwani-biography-famous-pakistani-fashion-designer is a Pakistani fashion designer. http: www.fashioncentral.pk people-parties celebrity-interviews story-368-deepak-parwani-talks-to-fashion-central He is one of the prominent members of the Hindu Sindhi (Sindhi people) community in Pakistan. He has a brother, Naveen Perwani who is a snooker player. '''Deol''' (Punjabi:) is a warrior clan of the Jat people found in India Punjab (Punjab, India) and Pakistan. Deols are mostly Sikh Jats. Deol is the alternate name of the place 'Diraval' after which the gotra Deol gets the name. Dr Mahendra Singh Arya, Dharmpal Singh Dudi, Kishan Singh Faujdar & Vijendra Singh Narwar: Ādhunik Jat Itihasa (The modern history of Jats), Agra 1998 Before partition Deols had 7 villages in west punjab now situated in Pakistan. The 7 villages were all comprised together in the district of Lahore. Many of the Deol Sikhs made it over to east punjab during the partition,but the village names still remain the same. The population of Deols in west Punjab during the 1920 era were about 10,500. In east punjab the Deols were about 65,343. '''Agha Sajjad Gul''' is a producer, director and one of the biggest media moguls (Media proprietor) in Pakistan. He is the youngest of three famed sons, Riaz and Shahzad of Agha G A Gull, the owner and creator of Evernew Studios, one of the exclusively prosperous real estate on Multan Road. He owns the major film production house Evernew Studios in Lahore. He now is the CEO of one of the biggest media houses in Pakistan, Evernew Group. The growth of his company is increasing rapidly. Currently he is managing 8 companies: Evernew Concept (advertising agency), Evernew Entertainment (production company), Evernew Pictures, Evernew Studios, Evernew Carat, Evernew Solutions, Evernew Films and Evernew Music, which will launch soon. sir i want to know the numerical information about the services sector of paistan. im not finding the right topic can u plz help me? :I assume you mean Pakistan, you could start there. AllanHainey (User:AllanHainey) 12:20, 6 October 2005 (UTC) : Our Economy of Pakistan article should provide some information as well. Capitalistroadster (User:Capitalistroadster) 06:48, 7 October 2005 (UTC) Butalia's book is widely taught in classes in anthropology, South Asian literature, and Women's Studies classes. The work is based on the fact that the Partition occurred in the shadow of the independence of Pakistan and India in 1947, and resulted in the largest mass-migration in human history. Twelve million people relocated in the course of a few months, and in the violence that accompanied the dislocation of so many, about 1 million people were killed. Butalia points out that the Partition is, like the holocaust, still very much a "living history", in the sense that many survivors are still around and can be interviewed. In contrast to the many projects that have undertaken the documentation of oral histories of the Holocaust, however, no comparable initiative has been undertaken in India. '''Vaneeza Ahmad Ali''' nicknamed '''Vinny''' ( Commons:Category:Pakistan WikiPedia:Pakistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan


Japan

would star in her most famous, iconic role. Directed by Yoon Seok-ho (Yoon Seok-Ho) as the second installment of his "season dramas (Endless Love (TV series))", Producer Yun Seok-ho, the creator of Yonsama and the “hallyu” frenzy KBS Global. 17 January 2005. ''Winter Sonata'' became a phenomenal hit throughout Asia and has been credited as one of the initiators of the Korean wave. Pure Love: Tear-Jerking Love Stories Enthrall Japanese Women Web Japan. 14 October 2004. As a result Choi gained wide pan-Asian recognition, especially a huge following in Japan where she acquired the nickname Ji-woo Hime ("Princess Ji-woo"). In 2009 she and Bae reprised their roles as voice actors for ''Winter Sonata Anime (Winter_Sonata#Anime)''. She continues to be a lucrative star and brand in Japan, fetching high licensing broadcasting rights for her dramas and selling out concerts and merchandise (tvN (tvN Asia) E News compiled a list of the top Hallyu (Korean wave) stars in Japan based on their approximate gross incomes for the first half of 2011, and Choi was #5 with approximately $2 million USD tvN E News ranks top Hallyu stars in Japan based on income Allkpop. 26 July 2011. ). History Blankey Jet City was formed in February 1990, in Tokyo, Japan. Their recording career began the following August, when they appeared on a popular TBS (Tokyo Broadcasting System) television show for amateur bands, and attracted the attention of the major record labels. The band decided to sign a record contract with Toshiba EMI, who sent the band to London to record their first album. Released in 1991, their memorable debut album "Red Guitar And The Truth" focused on topics such as juvenile delinquency, broken families, and the pain experienced by neglected children. Fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto, used the album to promote his 1991 Paris collection. thumb "Appropriate Proportion", one of his architectural projects. Renovation of Gooh shrine, Naoshima (Image:Art House Project05s3200.jpg), Kagawa prefecture, Japan '''Hiroshi Sugimoto''' (杉本博司, Sugimoto Hiroshi), born on February 23, 1948, is a Japanese (Japanese people) photographer currently dividing his time between Tokyo, Japan and New York City, USA. His catalog is made up of a number of series, each having a distinct theme and similar attributes. Competition Currently, there are several organizations regulating competitive freestyle, such as the ''World Canine Freestyle Organization'', ''Canine Freestyle Federation'', and the ''Musical Dog Sport Association'' in the United States, ''Paws 2 Dance Canine Freestyle Organization'' in Canada, ''Canine Freestyle GB'' in Great Britain, and ''Pawfect K9 Freestyle Club'' in Japan. In the UK, the sport is called '''Heelwork to Music''' and is an officially recognized sport of the Kennel club. thumb right 150px Hagoita-kazari(羽子板飾り) (Image:Battledore decoration,hagoita,katori-city,japan.JPG) '''Hagoita''' (羽子板 「はごいた」) are rectangular wooden paddles, originating in Japan, ostensibly used to play hanetsuki, but often instead serving a more ornamental purpose. These are frequently painted, usually with lacquer, with auspicious symbols, or decorated with complex silk collages. This tradition dates to the 17th century, and although the game itself is now rarely played, crafting decorative hagoita is still commonplace. They are generally sold at traditional fairs, '''hagoita ichi''', which are held in December. In Tokyo, they are sold at shrines, especially Asakusa (Asakusa Jinja) and Furukawa Fudō. thumb Hanetsuki paddles (left) and shuttlecocks (right) being sold at a shop in a train station. (File:Hanetsuki-shop2009.jpg)'''Hanetsuki''' (羽根突き, 羽子突き) is a Japanese traditional game, similar to badminton without a net, played with a rectangular wooden paddle called a hagoita and a brightly-coloured shuttlecock. Often played by girls at the New Year (Japanese New Year), the game can be played in two fashions: by one person attempting to keep the shuttlecock aloft as long as possible, or by two people batting it back and forth. Girls who fail to hit the shuttlecock get marked on the face with India Ink. Traditionally, the longer the shuttlecock remains in the air, the greater protection from mosquitoes the players will receive during the coming year. Although Hanetsuki is not as popular as it used to be, decorative hagoita are commonly sold throughout Japan. thumb Women at a Japanese festivals festival (Image:Festival4.jpg) wearing a happi '''Happi''' (法被, 半被) is a traditional Japanese (Japan) straight-sleeved coat (Coat (clothing)) usually made of indigo or brown cotton and imprinted with a distinctive mon (mon (crest)) (crest). They are usually worn only to festivals. Originally, these represented the crest of a family, as happi were worn by house servants. Later, the coats commonly began to display the crests of shops and organisations. Firefighters in the past also used to wear happi; the symbol on their backs referred to the group with which they were associated. Drazen, Patrick. ''Anime explosion!: the what? why? & wow! of Japanese animation''. Stone Bridge Press, 2003. ISBN 1880656728. Page 322. "In time, these groups of fire-fighters , adopting uniforms consisting of the short jackets called ''happi'' emblazoned with the ''mon'' (crest) of the particular group, so that one gang could be distinguished from another." In English, "happi" is most often translated as "happi coat" or "happy coat". publisher Imagin Mor Pty Ltd url http: imaginmor.com automobileindustryindia.html In 2009, India emerged as Asia's fourth largest exporter of automobiles, behind Japan, South Korea and Thailand. zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


Germany

landmark, clearly visible for many miles. On the summit there is a small cafe, a public lookout tower and a US Army radio mast erected on the site of a previous stone tower, destroyed during World War II. ''Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory'' A native of the Surrey town of Guildford, Julie Dawn Cole was twelve when she was cast in the iconic role during the project's pre-production phase in the first half of 1970 (she celebrated her 13th birthday eight weeks into the movie's 11½-week filming schedule in southeastern Germany's sprawling production complex, Bavaria Film Studios, on the day she performed her song "I Want It Now"). The film debuted in New York (New York City) on 30 June 1971 and in London the following week, with Julie chosen to present a bouquet of flowers to Princess Margaret (Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon) at the Royal Premiere. She and the film's other pre-adolescent "leading lady" American (United States) Denise Nickerson (Violet Beauregarde), both had crushes on ''Willy Wonka (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory)'''s Peter Ostrum, (Charlie Bucket) also an American and alternated days spending time with him during breaks in filming. '''Roussel Uclaf S.A.''' was the second largest French (France) pharmaceutical company (pharmaceutical industry) Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


United States

''' (born June 29, 1961 in Hayward, California) is an American (United States) actress, best known for her iconic role as Sheila Carter on ''The Young and the Restless'' (May 1990 to May 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, August 2005 to January 2006) and ''The Bold and the Beautiful'' (May 1992 to October 2, 1998, April 2002 to November 2002, September 29, 2003 to October 10, 2003). '''''Ozark Jubilee''''' is the first U.S. (United States) television network network

of the Surrey town of Guildford, Julie Dawn Cole was twelve when she was cast in the iconic role during the project's pre-production phase in the first half of 1970 (she celebrated her 13th birthday eight weeks into the movie's 11½-week filming schedule in southeastern Germany's sprawling production complex, Bavaria Film Studios, on the day she performed her song "I Want It Now"). The film debuted in New York (New York City) on 30 June 1971 and in London the following


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