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Shahiduddin Chowdhury Annie

Shahiduddin Chowdhury Annie is a Bangladesh Nationalist Party politician and a former Jatiya Sangsad member representing the Lakshmipur-3 constituency.

                                               

Abdul Gaffar Biswas

Biswas was elected to parliament from Khulna-3 as a Jatiya Party candidate in 1988. He is currently President of Khulna KDA New Markets Owners Association, Khulna Divisional Fuel Distributors Association, Khulna Bus-Truck and Covered-Van Owners A ...

                                               

Mir Shakawat Ali Daru

Mir Shakawat Ali Daru is a Bangladesh Awami League politician. he is elected Members of the National Assembly of Pakistan in 1970, elected Member of Parliament in Undivided Khulna-3 constituency in 1973 and elected Member of Parliament the Bagerh ...

                                               

Afazuddin Fakir

Fakir was the member of the National committee. He had sent a letter to President of Pakistan, Yahya Khan, asking him to deescalate the situation in East Pakistan on 13 March 1971 before the start of Bangladesh Liberation war. He was elected to p ...

                                               

Mizanul Haque

Haque was elected to parliament from Kishoreganj-4 as a Bangladesh Awami League candidate in 1991 and June 1996. In 2005, he appeared in court wearing a funeral shroud.

                                               

Syeda Jebunnesa Haque

Syeda Jebunnesa Haque is a Bangladesh Awami League politician. She served as a Jatiya Sangsad member representing the Reserved Womens Seat–35 during 2009–2014. Haque was awarded Begum Rokeya Padak by the Government of Bangladesh in 2012.

                                               

Abu Hena (Bangladeshi politician)

Hena was elected to parliament from Rajshahi-3 as a Bangladesh Nationalist Party candidate in June 1996 and 2001. He was expelled from Bangladesh Nationalist Party for criticizing the party for not tackling Islamic extremism.

                                               

Ali Newaz Mahmud Khaiyam

Khaiyam was elected to parliament from Rajbari-1 as a Bangladesh Nationalist Party candidate in 2001. He is the President of the Rajbari District unit of Bangladesh Nationalist Party.

                                               

M Akbar Ali

M Akbar Ali was elected to parliament from Sirajganj-4 as a Bangladesh Nationalist Party candidate in 1991 and 2001. He was defeated by taking part in the nine parliamentary election.

                                               

Makbul Hossain

Makbul Hossain is a Bangladesh Awami League politician and a former Jatiya Sangsad member representing the Dhaka-9 constituency. He is a businessman in profession.

                                               

S. A. Malek

Malek was elected to parliament from Faridpur-1 as a Bangladesh Awami League candidate in 1973. He served as the political adviser to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina from 1996 to 2001. He is the General Secretary of the Bangabandhu Parishad.

                                               

Maqbool Hossain

Maqbool Hossain was elected to parliament from Jessore-2 as a Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami candidate in 1986. He was defeated by taking part in the fifth parliamentary election.

                                               

Fazle Rabbi Miah

Md. Fazle Rabbi Miah is a Bangladesh Awami League politician, the incumbent Member of Parliament from Gaibandha-5, and the present deputy speaker of the Jatiyo Sangshad. He is a former member of the Awami League Central Committee.

                                               

Mohammad Nurul Haque

Mohammad Nurul Haque Bangladesh Awami League politician, retired officer of British Indian Army and Pakistan Army. He was elected a member of the East Pakistan Provincial Council in 1970 and elected to parliament from Meherpur-2 in 1986.

                                               

Khitish Chandra Mondal

Khitish Chandra Mondal was a Bangladesh Awami League politician. He served as the Minister of Relief and Rehabilitation in the Third Sheikh Mujib cabinet.

                                               

Kazi Golam Morshed

Morshed was elected to parliament from Natore-3 as a Bangladesh Nationalist Party candidate in 1995, 1996, and 2001. He was arrested by Bangladesh Police in 2015. He is the Vice-President of Natore District unit of Bangladesh Nationalist Party.

                                               

Mashiur Rahman (politician from Jhenaidah)

Rahman was elected to parliament from Jhenaidah-2 as a Bangladesh Nationalist Party candidate in 1991, 1996, and 2001. He is the President of Jhenaidah District unit of Bangladesh Nationalist Party. In 2017, he was sentenced to 10 years imprisonm ...

                                               

Shamsul Haque Talukder

Talukder was elected to parliament from Tangail-2 as a Jatiya Party candidate in 1986. He was elected Bhuapur Upazila Parishad Chairman. He was removed from his post by the government for alleged corruption.

                                               

Salahuddin Yusuf

Yusuf was elected to parliament from Khulna-5 as a Bangladesh Awami League candidate in 1991 and 1996. He served as the Minister of Health & Family Welfare in the First Sheikh Hasina Cabinet.

                                               

Henry Hawley (governor)

Henry Hawley was the younger son of James Hawley, who held the lease for Brentford Market in Middlesex and, until 1622, the lease for Boston Manor nearby. James Hawley was a mercer also trained at the Middle Temple, one of the Inns of Court. Hawl ...

                                               

Rock-kola

The festival director was Siarhiej Aniscanka. The basis of the festival was a competition of young bands from different countries, famous rock musicians were invited to the festival too. The last festival, which was held on October 26–27, 2007, w ...

                                               

Belarusian Association of Military People

The Belarusian Association of Military People was an organisation of Belarusian military personnel of the late Soviet army and in the early years of the independence of Belarus. The organisation was established in 1991, in the days of the 1991 So ...

                                               

Postavy Air Base

Postavy is a former air base in Belarus located 5 km west of Pastavy. It is a medium-sized air base. There are three loop areas with 15 revetments each, and central tarmac area. It was home to 305th Bomber Aviation Regiment 305 BAP, 1st Guards Bo ...

                                               

120th Guards Mechanised Brigade

The 120th Guards Mechanised Brigade is a mechanised infantry brigade of the Belarus Ground Forces. It is the heir to the traditions of the Red Army 120th Guards Rifle Division which became the 120th Guards Motor Rifle Division in 1957.

                                               

Jaunutis

Jaunutis was the Grand Duke of Lithuania from his father Gediminas death in 1341 until he was deposed by his elder brothers Algirdas and Kestutis in 1345. According to Jan Tegowski, a Polish historian, he was born probably between 1306 and 1309. ...

                                               

Arcade galleries in Brussels

The shopping galleries in Brussels are multiple covered walkways in the center of the capital city of Belgium. The galleries form glass-roofed pedestrian streets on which shops are situated.

                                               

Astro Tower

The Astro Tower is a skyscraper in Brussels, Belgium. It is located on the northeast corner of the small ring in the municipality of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, just north of the Madou Plaza Tower. The Astro Tower is 107 metres tall, making it one of ...

                                               

Berlaymont building

The Berlaymont is an office building in Brussels, Belgium, which houses the headquarters of the European Commission, the executive branch of the European Union. The structure is located at Schuman roundabout at Wetstraat 200 Rue de la Loi, in wha ...

                                               

Black Tower (Brussels)

The Black Tower is a medieval tower in Brussels, Belgium. It is one of the best conserved remains of the first fortifications of Brussels, built at the start of the 13th century. It is located behind St. Catherines Church on Rue de la Vierge Noir ...

                                               

Breydel building

The Breydel building is an office block in the European Quarter of Brussels that served as a temporary headquarters for the European Commission between 1991 and 2004. Jan Breydel was a legendary Flemish leader known from the Battle of the Golden ...

                                               

Villa Empain

The Villa Empain is a private house in the Art Deco style in Brussels, Belgium built in 1930–1934 by Swiss architect Michel Polak. It was commissioned by Baron Louis Empain, son of the Belgian industrialist Edouard Empain. Since its restoration i ...

                                               

Finance Tower

The Finance Tower is a skyscraper in the Northern Quarter central business district of Brussels, Belgium, designed by the architects Hugo Van Kuyck, Marcel Lambrichs and Leon Stynen. It is the second tallest building in Belgium, and has the most ...

                                               

Forest National

Forest National is a multi-purpose arena located in the municipality of Forest near Brussels, Belgium. The arena can hold more than 8.000 people. It hosts indoor sporting events as well as concerts done by a wide variety of artists. The arena, wh ...

                                               

Madou Plaza Tower

Madou Plaza Tower is a high-rise building in Brussels. It was built in 1965 and renovated between 2002 and 2006 and taken over by the European Commission. It is located on the Small Ring, in the municipality of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, at 1 Place M ...

                                               

Moulin Lindekemale

The Lindekemale watermill is a 12th-century watermill at the north side of the Park Malou in Brussels, Belgium, currently operating as a restaurant.

                                               

NATO headquarters

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is headquartered in a complex in Haren, part of the City of Brussels municipality of Belgium. The staff at the Headquarters is composed of national delegations of member countries and includes civilian and m ...

                                               

North Galaxy Towers

The North Galaxy Towers are twin 28-storey skyscrapers on King Albert II Street in the Northern Quarter central business district of Brussels, Belgium. There is a third building in the complex which is 6 storeys tall. The first two floors are sha ...

                                               

Palais 12

Palais 12 / Paleis 12 is an indoor arena in Brussels used for concerts and spectacles. With a capacity of roughly 15.000 it is one of the largest indoor venues in Belgium. Located in the Heysel Exhibition Park, it was originally built in 1989 but ...

                                               

Proximus Towers

The Proximus Towers are twin skyscrapers on King Albert II Street in the Northern Quarter central business district of Brussels, Belgium. The buildings take their name from the telecommunications company Proximus. They are among the tallest build ...

                                               

Rics Art Boat

Rics Art Boat and Rics River Boat are two boats moored in the port of Brussels, seeking to highlight the artistic activities and events. They support initiatives for social integration and cultural entertainment projects.

                                               

Rogier Tower

The Rogier Tower is a skyscraper located in the Northern Quarter central business district of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, Brussels, Belgium. It owes its name to the square Place Rogier/Rogierplein in front of the building. It was formerly known as the ...

                                               

Royal Crypt (Belgium)

The Royal Crypt is underneath the Church of Our Lady in Laeken and the members of the royal family are buried here. There are several members of the family who are buried elsewhere because they are married with foreign royalty or nobility.

                                               

Tour du Midi

Tour du Midi or Zuidertoren, both meaning South Tower, is a 38-storey, 148 m skyscraper constructed between 1962 and 1967 in Brussels, Belgium. The tower is the tallest building in Belgium, and was the tallest in the European Economic Community w ...

                                               

Triangle building

The seat of the European External Action Service is the office building on Schuman roundabout in the heart of the European Quarter of Brussels, Belgium, in which most of the European External Action Service resides. The building also houses some ...

                                               

World Trade Center (Brussels)

The World Trade Center of Brussels, Belgium is a complex of skyscrapers at the corner of Albert II Boulevard and Simon Bolivar Boulevard in the Northern Quarter central business district of Brussels. Its three towers are among the tallest buildin ...

                                               

Brussels and the European Union

Brussels in Belgium is considered the de facto capital of the European Union, having a long history of hosting the institutions of the European Union within its European Quarter. The EU has no official capital, and no plans to declare one, but Br ...

                                               

Drapery Court of Brussels

The Drapery Court also called the Chamber of Commerce in the 18th Century, was one of the oldest and most influential institutions of the City of Brussels during the Ancien Regime and was abolished during the French occupation of Brussels.

                                               

Greater ring (Brussels)

The Greater Ring or Intermediate Ring in Brussels, Belgium is a set of roads in the shape of a ring, intermediate between the small ring and the main Brussels ring motorway. The greater part of this set of roads is numbered R21 and is about 30 km ...

                                               

Japanese community of Brussels

Brussels includes a Japanese community, most of whom live in the Auderghem district. Auderghem includes a Japanese international school serving the community, The Japanese School of Brussels.

                                               

LEglise de la rue Belliard

L’Eglise de la rue Belliard was a Brussels-based evangelical Protestant congregation, started in 1837 when a group left the Temple de lObservatoire Protestant church.