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  2. List of villages in Borno State - Wikipedia

    LGA Ward Polling Unit Name Abadam: Arege: Arege Pri. Sch.; Dogon Chuku; Metele Pri. Sch. I; Metele Pri. Sch. II; Kannama; Tumbun Mari I; Tumbun Mari II; Tumbun Gini I ...

  3. List of villages in Edo State - Wikipedia

    This is a list of villages and settlements in Edo State, Nigeria organised by local government area (LGA) and district/area (with postal codes also given). One of such villages is Ebueneki, which is situated in Ohuan ward in Uhunmwonde LGA.

  4. The Republic of Gupta - Wikipedia

    The Republic of Gupta: A Story of State Capture is a 2017 book by South African investigative journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh . Background and synopsis The Republic of Gupta investigates the business activities of the Gupta family and how they came to hold a position of such power and influence over the President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma.

  5. Ramsoo - Wikipedia

    Ramsoo is a village and municipality in Ramban district of the Indian union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The town is located 22 kilometres from the district headquarters Ramban . Contents 1 Transport 1.1 Road 1.2 Rail 1.3 Air 2 See also 3 References Transport Road

  6. Paddar - Wikipedia

    Paddar Paddar, also spelled Padar ( Hindi: pāḍar ), is a tehsil and remote valley in the Kishtwar district of the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir, India. [3] The valley covers the entire southeastern portion of the Kishtwar district.

  7. Al Ahly SC in international football - Wikipedia

    Al Ahly SC in international football Al Ahly SC is an Egyptian professional football club based in Cairo. The club first participated in an African competition in 1976. The first international cup they took part in was the African Cup of Champions Clubs where they lost 3–1 on aggregate to Algerian club MC Alger .

  8. Jalaluddin Tabrizi - Wikipedia

    Jalaluddin Tabrizi. Abū al-Qāsim Jalāl ad-Dīn Tabrīzī ( Persian: أبو القاسم جلال الدین تبریزی) was a celebrated Sufi saint of South Asia. [2] He arrived in Bengal shortly after the start of its Muslim rule, where he propagated Islam to the local populace and spent the rest of his life. The Jaliliyyah Order, a small ...

  9. Baruch Chait - Wikipedia

    Baruch (Burry) Chait is an Orthodox Jewish rabbi, musician and composer.He is Rosh Yeshiva of the Israeli high school Maarava Machon Rubin.