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consequence of the changes and reforms instituted in 1993 was eventually to be the move away from Lord's to a more neutral venue. Asia Times Online :: South Asia news, business and economy from India and Pakistan In his youth, Khadr was known as the "problem child" in the family, frequently running away and getting in trouble, refusing to follow any rules, drinking alcohol

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in excess of $2.7 billion. DSF Milestones. Dubaicityguide Commons:Category:Dubai Wikipedia:Dubai Dmoz:Regional Middle East United Arab Emirates Dubai

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Speed , ICC chief executive, told Gavaskar "very clearly", during a meeting between the two at Dubai, that he would have to quit his post at the ICC if he failed to give up his job of commentator and newspaper columnist,current story 344084.html Gavaskar to decide on future with ICC, 25 March 2008, Cricinfo. Retrieved on 5 September 2008. in which capacity he has frequently criticised his employers and levelled

Zealand and Australian governments on tax and customs issues during the tournament, according to Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland (James Sutherland (cricketer)).

web url http: england-v-pakistan-2010 content current story 478153.html title Pakistan High Commissioner defends Butt's comments work Cricinfo accessdate 22 September 2010 unused_data Cricket News England v Pakistan 2010 The England team later made official their demand for an apology in a letter sent to Butt, promising legal action without further warning if their request went unfulfilled.

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-Mabhouh a senior Hamas military commander was assassinated in Dubai by a team involving at least 11 individuals, three of whom were initially reported as using counterfeit Irish passports. The number of forged Irish passports used

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, 1992, he received a Commercial Pilot certificate (Commercial Pilot Licence) while at Coastal Aviation Incorporated, after completing 275 hours of required flight time. CAA has offices in Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Nashville (Nashville, Tennessee), London, Beijing, St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri), Calgary, Jacksonville, Dubai and Stockholm. In September 2005, Australia's largest theme park, Dreamworld in Queensland, opened

" section at their largest theme park at Jackson, New Jersey in April 2007, and planned to open 20 more at its parks across the U.S. in the next decade. The sections emphasised family involvement; they offered joint rides on which parents and children could equally participate. In 2008, Six Flags announced their intentions to open parks with Wiggles World sections in Dubai and across the Arab world. 1980s–1992: Expansion The 1980s saw an increase in air travel and growth for Gulf Air. In 1981 Gulf Air became an IATA member and in the following year became the first international airline to land at Riyadh. In 1985, ''Emirates (Emirates (airline))'', the national startup and national carrier of Dubai, United Arab Emirates began operating, which would later become a major rival of Gulf Air. In 1988 the Boeing 767s joined the fleet and the airline launched service to Frankfurt, Istanbul, Damascus, Dar es Salaam, Fujairah, and Nairobi, and resumed service to Shiraz, and Baghdad. In 2004, Gulf Air introduced direct flights between Dubai and London and Muscat (Muscat, Oman) and London, and a daily service between Abu Dhabi and Ras Al Khaimah and carried a record 7.5 million passengers during this year. Gulf Air's sponsorship of the Bahrain Formula 1 Grand Prix continued, with a record race crowd and a global TV audience. The airline announced a return to profit, with the best financial performance since 1997. Despite a BD30 million (US$80 million) cost to the business through fuel price rises during the year, Gulf Air recorded a profit of BD1.5 million (US$4.0 million) in the calendar year to December 2004, on revenues up 23.8% to BD476.3 million (US$1.26 billion) (2003: BD 384.6 million USD1,020.2 million). The results meant the airline out-performed the targets set under Project Falcon, the three-year restructuring plan approved by the Board in December 2002. The owner states of Gulf Air at that time—the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, and the Sultanate of Oman—confirmed their support for further expansion of the airline through a new three-year strategic plan which would include re-equipment of the aircraft fleet and recapitalization of the business through private sector financing. Gulf Air was also placed on the IOSA registry following its successful completion of the IATA (International Air Transport Association) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) (IATA Operational Safety Audit). Known as Abu Ahmed al-Imaraati during the preparations, the 9 11 Commission noted: "He appears to have played a unique role among the muscle hijackers because of his work with one of the plot's financial facilitators, Mustafa al-Hawsawi." On July 18, Banihammad gave Mustafa power-of-attorney over his Dubai bank account, and Mustafa reportedly mailed him a VISA (Visa Inc.) and bank card. ''Vandegrift'' returned home after an extended deployment in October, 1990. On 22 April 1992, ''Vandegrift'' began her fourth deployment to the Persian Gulf. ''Vandegrift'' participated in exercises with India, Qatar and Pakistan, helping to strengthen U.S. relations in that area. Ports of call included Doha, Qatar; Dubai, Jebel Ali and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; Karachi, Pakistan; Phuket, Thailand; Goa, India; Bahrain; Hong Kong; Singapore and Guam, and earned the Chief of Naval Operations LAMPS Helicopter Safety Award. ''Vandegrift'' returned home on 22 October 1992. thumb left Shah Amanat International Airport (File:ShahAmanatAirport-01.jpg) Shah Amanat International Airport serves as Chittagong's international airport. It is the second busiest airport in Bangladesh. It has international service to destinations such as Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah (Sharjah (city)), Jeddah, Kuwait, Bahrain, Doha, Ras Al Khaimah, Kolkata, Yangon, Muscat (Muscat, Oman), Bangkok and Kuala lumpur.Right know several international low carriers like Flydubai, AirArabia,RAK Airways,Oman Air fly from here to international destinations in the Middle East. It was formerly known as MA Hannan International Airport, but was renamed on April 2, 2005 by the Government of Bangladesh. * Commons:Category:Dubai Wikipedia:Dubai Dmoz:Regional Middle East United Arab Emirates Dubai

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authoring tool and content management system for creating, maintaining, and distributing single-sourced (Single source publishing) content. Founded in 1996, Author-it Software Corporation is headquartered in Auckland, with offices in California, Dubai, and Sydney. The main survey was on the traffic separation routes about from the eastern end of the Persian Gulf, around the Tunb Islands off Iran. The surveys began with a visit to Bandar

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, 2010 In contrast, according to an experiment conducted by a BBC documentary team designed to simulate Abdulmutallab's Christmas Day bombing, using a Boeing 747 airplane, even 80 grams of PETN was not sufficient to materially damage the airplane's fuselage. Commons:Category:Dubai Wikipedia:Dubai Dmoz:Regional Middle East United Arab Emirates Dubai

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Dubai is located on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf and is one of the seven emirates that make up the country. Abu Dhabi and Dubai are the only two emirates to have veto power over critical matters of national importance in the country's legislature (Federal National Council). The Government and Politics of the Middle East and North Africa. D Long, B Reich. p.157 The city of Dubai is located on the emirate's northern coastline and heads up the Dubai-Sharjah-Ajman metropolitan area. Dubai is to host World Expo 2020.

Dubai has emerged as a global city and business hub of the Persian Gulf region.

As of 2012, Dubai is the 22nd most expensive city in the world and the most expensive city in the Middle East.

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