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Indian Navy Band

The Indian Navy Band is the Indian Navys full time music band. It was established in 1945 and is currently attached to the INS Kunjali. At the time of it commissioning, it had a strength of 50 musicians. All band members have a Bachelor’s Degree ...

2019 in Somalia

28 December – A bombing at the Ex-Control Afgoye police checkpoint in Mogadishu kills 85 people 7 December – Cyclone Pawan makes landfall at Bosaso

Battle of Gibraltar

The Battle of Gibraltar can refer to several historical events: Battle of Gibraltar 1607, a naval battle during the Eighty Years War in which a Dutch fleet surprised and engaged a Spanish fleet anchored at the Bay of Gibraltar Battle of Gibraltar ...

2020 Gibraltar Open

The 2020 Gibraltar Open was a professional snooker tournament, that took place from 13–15 March 2020 at the Europa Point Sports Complex in Gibraltar with qualifying rounds taking place 11–12 March 2020. It was the fifteenth ranking event of the 2 ...

GNC

General National Congress, the former legislative authority of Libya Green National Committee, the governing body of the Green Party of the United States Green National Convention, of the Green Party of the United States

Capture of HMS St. Fermin

The Capture of HMS St. Fermin was a naval engagement that took place off Malaga on 4 April 1781, during the American Revolutionary War. Spanish xebecs San Antonio and San Luis captured the sloop-of-war HMS St. Fermin.

17th Venice Architecture Biennale

The 17th International Architecture Exhibition, the 2020 edition of the Venice Architecture Biennale, is an upcoming international architecture exhibition. The Biennale takes place biennially in Venice, Italy. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ex ...

World Rugby Sevens Challenger Series

The World Rugby Sevens Challenger Series is an annual series of international rugby sevens tournaments run by World Rugby that includes mens and womens events. Sponsored by banking group HSBC, it is the second tier of competition below the World ...

Boe

Basis of estimate in project management Bureau of Energy, an agency of Taiwan ROC Board of education Board of elections BOE Technology, Chinese electronics manufacturer Board of Equalization Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enfor ...

Wrestling at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Qualification

This article details the Wrestling at the 2004 Summer Olympics qualifying phase. Host nation Greece has reserved a spot in each of all 18 events, while twelve quotas were allocated to the countries which participated in all three qualification ph ...

Amin Yop Christopher

Amin Yop Christopher is Nigerian badminton player. She participated in major badminton events at both local and international level. She won Gold medal at the 2019 African Games in Badminton for the Mixed team category which took place in Casabla ...

Peace Orji

Peace Orji is Nigerian badminton player. She participated at the 2017 Benin and Ivory Coast International Badminton championships and she won gold medals in the both mixed doubles categories.

Abraham Sie

Abraham Sie is a professional Ivorian Basketball player. He plays for the Ivory Coast national basketball team and the Abidjan Basket Club.

GRB

GRB may refer to: Gamma-ray burst, an astronomical event Granzyme B, serine protease most commonly found in the granules of NK cells and cytotoxic T cells Gage Roads Brewing Company, an Australian brewery Grebo language, spoken in Liberia and Ivo ...

Do

D.O. rapper, Canadian rapper D.O. entertainer born 1993, South Korean singer and actor Do singer born 1981, Dutch singer Dỗ, a Vietnamese surname Do surname, includes people with the surname Marshall Applewhite 1931–1997, American cult leader

2018 Micronesian Games

Ordinarily, there are 10 participants at the games. However, Nauru were unable to compete in this edition due to travel costs. As such, the participants at the games were: the four constituent states of the Federated States of Micronesia, three s ...

Kuwait University Stadium

Kuwait University Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Shuwaikh Educational, Capital, Kuwait City. It is currently used mostly for football matches for several local clubs. The stadium holds 16.000 people.

2020 Qatar Womens T20I Triangular Series

The 2020 Qatar Womens T20I Triangular Series was a womens Twenty20 International cricket tournament that took place at the West End Park International Cricket Stadium in Doha, Qatar from 17 to 21 January 2020. Matches in the series had official W ...

Alexandra Bounxouei

Alexandra Bounxouei is a Laotian-Bulgarian singer, actress and model who has populared in Laos, Thailand and the southest east asia countries. She is the first UNDPs Goodwill Ambassador for Lao PDR since 2013.

EDL

European Defence League, an offshoot organization of the English Defence League English Disco Lovers, an internet movement to lower the search ranking of EDL as the English Defence League English Defence League, an English far-right organization ...

1899 in birding and ornithology

Birds described in 1899 include tiny sunbird, brown-rumped tapaculo, golden-backed whistler, grey-necked rockfowl, Corsican finch, Dohrns thrush-babbler, forest double-collared sunbird, tawny-backed fantail, Socotra bunting, rufous-cheeked laughi ...

Mannete Ramaili

Ramaili was born in Lesotho and has been outspoken about womens rights since 1987. Earlier in her career she was involved with the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

Vinod G. Khandare

Lieutenant General Vinod G. Khandare, PVSM, AVSM, SM is a former officer of the Indian Army. He served as the Director General of the Defence Intelligence Agency from November 2015 to January 2018. He was succeeded by Lieutenant General Amarjeet ...

List of UNESCO Global Geoparks in Africa

UNESCO has currently designated two UNESCO Global Geoparks in Africa, located in two state parties, Tanzania and Morocco. There are plans for national geoparks in an initial phase that could be further developed to gain the UNESCO recognition. Al ...

Maher Massacre

The Maher Massacre took place during the Liberian Civil War in Maher, Bomi County, on July 18, 2002. Details on the massacre differ across sources, but between 150 and "several hundred" people were killed and their bodies thrown into the Maher ri ...

Wedding of Willem-Alexander, Prince of Orange, and Maxima Zorreguieta Cerruti

The wedding of Willem-Alexander, Prince of Orange and Maxima Zorreguieta Cerruti took place on 2 February 2002 at the Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam. Willem-Alexander and Maxima acceded to the Dutch throne on 30 April 2013 after the abdication of his mot ...

Madagascar flood basalt

The Madagascar flood basalt, also known as the Madagascar large igneous province, is one of the major magmatic events of the Late Cretaceous. They cover a large area of basaltic and rhyolitic lava flows that erupted during an episode of widesprea ...

1978 Mauritanian coup detat

The 1978 Mauritanian coup detat was a bloodless military coup in Mauritania which took place on 10 July 1978. The coup, led by the Army Chief of Staff, Colonel Mustafa Ould Salek, who commanded a group of junior officers, overthrew President Mokt ...

1981 Mauritanian coup detat attempt

The 1981 Mauritanian coup detat attempt was a violent coup attempt in Mauritania which took place on 16 March 1981. The coup attempt, staged by elements of the military and opposition Alliance for a Democratic Mauritania, was led by Lieutenant Co ...

AEO

AEO may refer to: Authorized Economic Operator, a WCO standard to secure and facilitate global trade American Eagle Outfitters, an American clothing and accessories retailer Appearance Event Ordination, a dating system for land mammal fossils Alt ...

Sava (disambiguation)

Sava may refer to: Sava, a river in central-southern Europe which flows from Slovenia to Serbia, passing through or bordering on Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina Geographical along the above river Sava Jesenice, a settlement that is now part of ...

Hassan

Hassan given name, Arabic given name and a list of people with that given name Hassan surname, Arabic, Jewish, Irish and Scottish surname and a list of people with that surname

2020–21 Sunshine Tour

The 2020–21 Sunshine Tour is the 21st season of professional golf tournaments since the southern Africa-based Sunshine Tour was relaunched in 2000. The Sunshine Tour represents the highest level of competition for male professional golfers in the ...

List of South-West Indian Ocean intense tropical cyclones

Intense tropical cyclone is the second-highest classification used within the South-West Indian Ocean to classify tropical cyclones with and are amongst the strongest tropical cyclones that can form on Earth. A total of 101 tropical cyclones have ...

Bommukutty Ammavukku (TV series)

Bommukutty Ammavukku is a Tamil language television drama airing on Star Vijay on Monday through Saturday at 14:00 time slot from 3 February 2020. It is a remake of the Bengali language television series Maa.Tomay Chara Ghum Ashena which began ai ...

Rodriguez

Rodriguez is a Hispanic surname meaning "son of Rodrigo". It is often rendered without the accent mark, primarily outside Spanish-speaking countries. It may refer to:

Micronesian

Micronesian describes something of, from, or related to Micronesia, a subregion of Oceania composed of hundreds of small islands in the Pacific Ocean. Micronesian may refer to:

Absa Bank Mozambique

Absa Bank Mozambique, formerly known as Barclays Bank Mozambique, is a commercial bank in Mozambique. It is licensed by the Bank of Mozambique, the central bank and national banking regulator.

Bruno Nhavene

Bruno Nhavene is a Mozambican junior tennis player. Nhavene has a career high ATP doubles ranking of 1418 achieved on 2 December 2019. Nhavene has a career high ITF juniors ranking of 342 achieved on 28 October 2019. Nhavene has represented Mozam ...

Kenya Air Force Band

The Kenya Air Force Band is the sole musical unit in the Kenya Navy and one of three state-sponsored military bands in the Kenya Defence Forces. The band was founded in the mid-1960s, shortly after the Republic of Kenya was established out of the ...

Myanmar Police Band

The Myanmar Police Band is a military/police band formation in the Myanmar Police Force. Being a battalion-sized organization, it follows a British and Malaysian military format for marching bands. It is today regarded as Myanmars oldest brass ba ...

2018 in World Lethwei Championship

This event marked the first title defence of middleweight Lethwei world champion Too Too. For the occasion, he faced Ukraines Vasyl Sorokin, who was one of the fastest rising stars in the world of kickboxing. Sorokin had already been in more than ...

The British School Yangon

The British School Yangon is an international school which is based on the British Curriculum. It is located in the city of Yangon, Myanmar and currently provides schooling to students aged 3-16. It will accept its first Sixth Form cohort in Augu ...

2017 in World Lethwei Championship

The first WLC event was highly anticipated by the Lethwei fans around the world and took place on re-purposed driving range of the Mingalardon Country Club which was specially built for the event. The weigh-ins for the event were held in Kandawgy ...

Thein Pyu Stadium

Thein Pyu Stadium is a Lethwei stadium located in Yangon, Myanmar. The 5.100-seat stadium is the venue of choice for most national and international level Lethwei events.

2019 in World Lethwei Championship

The event was the first in Lethwei history to be broadcast internationally on UFC Fight Pass. Newly signed to the WLC, Vietnamese ONE Championship fighter Nguyễn Trần Duy Nhất made his debut and defeated Cambodias fighting star Pich Mtes Khmang w ...

Eakabarere

Traditionally, bouts were arranged when a group of young men from one district challenged those from another. On the day of the bout, participants fast until the event. They wear an ankle length double mat, and are rubbed with coconut oil to make ...

George T. Weitzel

George T. Weitzel was a non-career appointee Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Nicaragua, appointed in 1911, who was allowed to join without taking the exam because of his years as secretary to legations in Panama, Nicaragua, Co ...

El Castillo

El Castillo village El Castillo municipality, Rio San Juan department, Nicaragua Caleta de Fuste, also known as El Castillo, in Antigua, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands El Castillo, Meta, Colombia El Castillo, Masaya, a comarca in San Juan de Orien ...

Capricorn Seamount

Capricorn Seamount is a seamount in Tonga. It rises 4 kilometres to a depth of about 360 m and is capped off by a 15 km wide summit platform. It appears to be a submerged volcano of Miocene age that may be part of a volcanic chain with Niue. Capr ...