sirdar


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an important person in India

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A total of 78 candidates were declared passed in Mine Sirdar examinations while in Shot Firer's examination 2017, 23 candidates have been declared successful.
We are not sure how many women were at risk of unwanted attentions on plantations from Sirdar but this would have been one of the new threats they faced in the Caribbean, although I am sure there was no shortage of this in India itself.
10) Sirdar v The Army Board [1999] C-222/84, Court Commission v
Many trekkers assume that the welfare of their porters is the concern of the western trek leader, or the Nepalese sirdar (head sherpa), or the owner of the trekking business.
The most significant of these attacks was the murder in November 1924 of Sir Lee Stack, Governor-General of the Sudan and Sirdar of the Egyptian Army.
In 1892 General Horatio Kitchener was appointed sirdar (commander in chief) of the Egyptian army.
Sirdar jam and a number of officials on a two-day official visit to Sudan.
The shop stocks Sirdar yarns plus wool, patterns, books, knitting needles, sewing needles, thread, buttons and small haberdashery items.
A Sirdar was a rank assigned to the British commander in chief of the Egyptian Army during the 19th century when the British controlled Egypt.
Our Sherpas Sirdar and Mingma have been absolutely amazing and we just held our nerve.
Senior Advisor to Chief Minister, Sirdar Zulifqar Ali Khosa said this while presiding over the meeting of Provincial Austerity Committee.
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.