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a governor in India during the Mogul empire

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Safiya's parents would have married her happily to the Nawwab Sahab's son but for the word/promise of Safiya's father, Asghar Hussain, who has given her to his brother Akbar Hussain, even before Safiya was born.
This visit marks an important milestone for SATORP, and for the partnership between Saudi Aramco and Total, said Nawwab. By now, construction is nearly complete, and many of our units at SATORP Refinery are already producing products for local and international markets.
As an art lover and photographer whose work with artists, calligraphers and filmmakers has led to an interest in highlighting the Islamic arts, Nawwab decided to have the artwork produced in Turkey, which she considers "the land of master calligraphers." She worked with the US-based publisher Tughra Publishing and their branch offices in Istanbul to compose the designs.
With: Shah Rukh Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Om Puri, Boman Irani, Kunal Kapoor, Lara Dutta, Aly Kahn, Nawwab Shah.
Nawwab said that although the joint venture (JV) refinery was designed to process 400,000 barrels per day (bpd), Saudi Aramco had committed to supply it with up to 440,000 bpd for 30 years.
"This is a very good project, its a secure project, the sponsors are guaranteeing this, so the risk factor is very low and its a good investment and there's a lot of cash in the kingdom," Fawwaz Nawwab, Satorp chief executive told reporters.
"There was a time when writing about sensitive issues had limitations, but these have been stretched in recent times, Nimah Al Nawwab said.
A religious person read the poem and during a sermon he accused the poet of being blasphemous and demanded legal action against the poet," explained Qdhah, "we took no action against him; however, he ended up facing legal action by concerned parties." One book that belongs to Muthaffar Al Nawwab, according to Qdhah, was prohibited years ago because in his poems he explicitly swears and uses improper names to describe some Arab leaders.
Nimah Nawwab - Saudi Arabian poet who writes in English about Muslim women, war, terrorism and the future of young people in her region reads from her new book, "The Unfurling," 5 p.m., Tsunami Books, 2585 Willamette St.
(9) Nawwab Samsam-ud-Daulah Shah Nawaz Khan and his son Abdul Hayy, The Maathir-ul-Umara, trans.
SATORP president and CEO Fawwaz Nawwab said SATORP is one of the strategic projects for Saudi Aramco and TOTAL because it will fulfill obligations to the local and global economy.
Nawwab Shah Jahan Begum (1838-1901) belongs to that unusual (according to both Eastern and Western standards) lineage of female sovereigns who controlled Bhopal's state destiny for more than a century (1818-1926).
The Search for Arabian Oil," by Wallace Stegner; "Out in the Blue: Letters from Arabia 1937-1940"; "Burning Issues: Understanding and Misunderstanding the Middle East- A 40-Year Chronicle"; "Revolt in the Desert"; "The Arab War"; and the latest book is "Underground in Arabia." Moreover, this entity shouldered the burden of spreading Saudis' creative literary work, such as "The Unfurling," poems by Nimah Nawwab. With respect to culture, it produced digital videos on Arabian horses and Saudi artifacts.
RIYADH: Saudi Aramco and France's Total have appointed Fawwaz I Nawwab as new chief executive officer at their joint venture Saudi Aramco Total Refining and Petrochemical(Satorp).
Spirk's lecture was part of VCU-Q's annual Crossing Boundaries Lecture Series, which reflects the cross-disciplinary nature of the featured speakers with lectures by the likes of Nimah Ismail Nawwab, Adelia Borges, and Jennifer Kabat, on contemporary and challenging subjects.