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an important person in India

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Despite the establishment of the Special Section within the Public Security Department and the best efforts of the police, (20) Sir Lee Stack, Sirdar and Governor-General of the Sudan, was attacked on 19 November 1924.
Thus the role of the hated Indian sirdars in maintaining discipline and the pace of daily cane cutting quotas on the farms is not skirted.
This presumably is the Sirdar but who exactly this was supposed to be remains a mystery, so maybe the card was meant to entertain while advertising the shoes on the reverse.
Our Sherpas Sirdar and Mingma have been absolutely amazing and we just held our nerve.
LAHORE, May 15, 2011 (Frontier Star): Senior Advisor to Chief Minister Punjab Sirdar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa has said positive results are coming out from austerity drive of Punjab government during this year adding this drive will continue He said that Punjab government has ensured fiscal discipline at every level so that maximum resources could be made available for public welfare oriented projects.
Public Health minister, Mohammad Jawad KhalifE[umlaut], met before noon today with Turkey Ambassador to Lebanon, Sirdar Kellick in a goodbye visit.
Mr Heaton has performed with bands such as Subzero and the Sirdar Jazz Trio and has shared the stage with acts like Dennis Rollins and Jamie Cullum.
We get some of our yarns indirectly from UK companies--all of whom have US distributors: Rowan, Sirdar (Sublime) and Debbie Bliss (NOTE--SPELLING IS CORRECT).
It was Younes, too, who trained the three young and promising singers present with her --Aa Afaf Atef, Fathy Alfy and Ayman Sirdar.
The Corwen programme also contained full page advertisements from then well-known national companies, such as Sirdar Sauce, stating A delicious condiment - a rare digestive.
Sirdar Vengetapathy was once more in his native land .
High literature criteria will be always applied in the evaluation of his capital works "Serdarot" ("The Sirdar," trans.
Businessman Sirdar Iqbal Singh had the idea of renaming the airport in the 1990s.
Being seriously worried about this course of events that, in his opinion, could have driven to an outbreak of the anti-British uprising, Governor-General of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan and the Egyptian Army sirdar Sir Reginald Wingate began to organize an expeditionary corps.