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List of Ekushey Padak winners in Arts

                                               

List of Ekushey Padak winners in Education and research

                                               

List of people executed for homosexuality

Many people have been killed for being a homosexual. Killings of homosexuals are only practice in the Middle East and North Africa, where homosexuals are believed to be the reason for famines and other disastrous events. In other parts of the wor ...

                                               

List of feminists

Madonna, entertainer Ellen Anckarsvard 1833–1898, Swedish feminist Anna Bayerova 1853–1924, second Czech female physician Fredrika Bremer William Moulton Marston Wil van Gogh Sophie Adlersparre 1823–1895 Maria Cederschiold, Swedish feminist Sor J ...

                                               

First Spouses of Indonesia

The title of First Lady or First Gentleman has been used for the wife or husband of the President of Indonesia. The Constitution of Indonesia does not mention anything about the spouses of the President. The current holder of the title is Iriana ...

                                               

Forbes list of billionaires

Forbes list of billionaires is based on an yearly measurement of wealth and assets which is published by Forbes magazine. The latest list was released in March 2014. Some wealthy people

                                               

Gallups List of Widely Admired People

Gallups List of Widely Admired People is a poll of United States citizens to tell the names of the individuals whom they most admire. It is a list made every year by The Gallup Organization. In December 1999, they produced a list of 18 people fro ...

                                               

List of gay, lesbian or bisexual people: A

This is a partial list of famous people who are confirmed to be gay, lesbian or bisexual. Famous people who are rumored to be gay, lesbian or bisexual, are not listed. The definition of sexual orientation varies and has changed over time; for exa ...

                                               

Japanese empresses

Japanese empresses or Empress of Japan means a female imperial ruler. The term also mean an empress consort. The wife of Naruhito is Empress Masako. She became the current Empress of Japan when her husband accepted his role as emperor

                                               

List of people who are missing

Joseph Mack Maples was last seen on August 11, 1999 at around 6:45 AM planning to travel on a plane to Dallas. He wanted to bring all his stuff, especially his two dogs. He was never heard from or seen since. He was 46 years old at the time.

                                               

List of Russian Monarchs

This is a list of all reigning monarchs in the history of Russia. It begins with the Prince of Novgorod Rurik in the year 862. It ends with the Emperor of Russia Nicholas II who abdicated the throne in 1917, and was shot dead with his family in 1918.

                                               

Lord of Mann

"Lady of Mann" redirects here. For the wives of the Lords of Mann, see List of Manx consorts; for the ship, see MS Lady of Mann. Lord of Mann, is used on the Isle of Man as part of Queen Elizabeth IIs title. The Lord of Mann was the islands feuda ...

                                               

List of Mayflower passengers

The Mayflower was a ship which is famous for its sailing to North America in 1620 bringing pilgrims and other settlers to create the Plymouth colony in Massachusetts. This is a list of the passengers who traveled on that voyage in 1620. Some of t ...

                                               

List of rulers of Morocco

This is the list of rulers of Morocco, since the establishment of the first Moroccan state in 789. The common and formal titles of these rulers has varied, depending on the time period. Since 1957, the title King has been used.

                                               

List of Iranian musicians

Reza Najfar Alireza Mashayekhi Ramin Karimloo Reza Vali Soheil Nasseri Lotfi Mansouri Anoushiravan Rohani Kayvan Mirhadi Ali Rahbari Ahmad Pejman Morteza Hannaneh Samin Baghtcheban Parviz Mahmoud Lily Afshar Nima A Rowshan Arshia Samsaminia Cyrus ...

                                               

List of Ottoman Grand Viziers

Turkish State Archives 1807-1876 in Turkish Turkish State Archives 1616-1689 in Turkish Turkish State Archives 1281-1406 in Turkish Turkish State Archives 1413-1616 in Turkish Regnal Chronologies: Full list of Ottoman Grand Viziers Archived 2005- ...

                                               

List of Legendary Pictish monarchs

These kings are of the Picts from the year 822 BC until 312 CE, these monarchs are legendary especially seen with Gil Gidi who ruled for 150 years which is impossible. All of these are legendary. For real kings of the Picts see List of Pictish ki ...

                                               

List of Pictish kings

This list includes Pictish kings since 312, kings have ruled the Picts since around 800 BC but the monarchs listed here are the kings and queens who have ruled the whole of Pictland or claimed to have ruled the whole of Pictland.

                                               

Political families of Pakistan

Riaz Khokhar Former Foreign Secretary of Pakistan serving from June 2002 to February 2005 Malik Mumtaz Ahmad Khan Bhachar Fomer Member Punjab Assembly From 1988 to 90 &1997 to 99 Malik Sajjad Ahmad BhacharDistrict Chairman Ghazanfar Ali Khan ...

                                               

List of Renaissance artists

Renaissance artists started in the late 14th century and includes famous painters and sculptors. Each artist is listed with their dates, place of birth, some places that they worked, their media the type of artwork that they made, one or two most ...

                                               

List of revocations of appointments to orders and awarded decorations and medals of the United Kingdom

1861: Edward St John Daniel awarded 1854?, following his conviction for desertion and evading court martial. ?: James McGuire awarded 1858, following his conviction for stealing a cow. 1872: Michael Murphy awarded 1858?, following his conviction ...

                                               

List of Romanian composers

This is a list of Romanian composers. Pascal Bentoiu 1927- is a Romanian Modernist composer. Bogdan Bradu 1968- is a Romanian composer, singer and violinist; Cristian Matei 1977- is a Romanian composer. Matei studied at the National University of ...

                                               

List of Welsh rulers

This is a list of Welsh rulers from 825 until 1282 when Wales was incorporated into England and then rulers from 1282 until 1707 of English Wales. These rulers were primarily prince of Wales but ruled the majority of Wales beginning in 825 which ...

                                               

Woody Harrelson

Harrelson was arrested in Columbus, Ohio in 1982 for disorderly conduct. He was found dancing in the middle of the street. He was also charged with resisting arrest after he ran from the police and assault after he hit one of the officers. Harrel ...

                                               

John Hinckley Jr.

John Warnock Hinckley, Jr. is the man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan. On March 30, 1981, shortly after Reagan was elected, Hinckley shot at Reagan in Washington, D.C. Reagan was injured, but recovered quickly. Hinckley was t ...

                                               

William Stratton

William Grant Stratton, known as "Billy the Kid", was the 32nd Governor of Illinois from 1953 to 1961, succeeding Adlai Stevenson II in that office. Stratton was born on February 26, 1914 in Ingleside, Lake County, Illinois. He won the Republican ...

                                               

Jose Antonio Abreu

Jose Antonio Abreu Anselmi was a Venezuelan orchestra conductor, pianist, economist, educator, activist, and politician. He was best known for his association with El Sistema. He was Catholic. He was honored with the 2009 Latin Grammy Trustees Aw ...

                                               

Fartuun Adan

Fartuun grew up in Somalia. She married Elman Ali Ahmed, a local entrepreneur and peace activist. The couple had four daughters. In 1996, during the high point of the Somali Civil War, Fartuuns husband was killed near the familys home in southern ...

                                               

Tabassum Adnan

Tabassum Adnan is a womens rights activist from Pakistan. In 2015, she won the U.S. State Departments International Women of Courage Award because of her work for justice for Pakistani women.

                                               

Agnes Chow

Agnes Chow Ting is a student activist, politician in Hong Kong. She is a former member of Demosistō. She was first known to be the spokesperson of Scholarism in the Umbrella Movement but she went away after that. She was arrested in August 2019 d ...

                                               

Israr Ahmad

Israr Ahmad was born on 26 th April 1932, in Hisar, India. He was a Pakistani Islamic scholar who was followed particularly in South Asia. He had contributed in Islamic law, Quranic explanation, literature, philosophy. He was awarded the sitara-i ...

                                               

Aneesa Ahmed

Aneesa Ahmed is a Maldivian womens rights activist. In 2012, she received the International Women of Courage Award. She was the second woman from the Maldivies to receive this award.

                                               

Rafida Bonya Ahmed

Rafida Bonya Ahmed, better known as Bonya Ahmed, is a Bangladeshi-American author, humanist activist, and blogger. On February 26, 2015, Bonya and her husband Avijit Roy were attacked by machete wielding Islamic extremists while they were visitin ...

                                               

Hessah Al Sheikh

Hessah Al Sheikh is a Saudi Arabian writer, professor, and activist. In 2015, Arabian Business magazine named her one of the 100 Most Powerful Arab Women. In May 2018, she was arrested with 10 other womens rights activists, ahead of the legalizat ...

                                               

Razan al-Najjar

Razan Ashraf Abdul Qadir al-Najjar was a Palestinian nurse. She volunteered in the Gaza health ministry. She was a resident of Khuzaa, a village near the border with Israel. She was born in Khuzaa, Khan Yunis. Her formal training after volunteeri ...

                                               

Manal al-Sharif

Manal al-Sharif is a Saudi Arabian activist for womens rights in the kingdom. She helped start a womens right to drive campaign in 2011. A womens rights activist who had previously filmed herself driving, Wajeha al-Huwaider, filmed al-Sharif driv ...

                                               

Aimee Allison

Aimee Allison is a political activist. Aimee Allison is working for equality. She is President of Democracy in Color and founder of She the People.

                                               

Job Amupanda

Job Shipululo Amupanda is a Namibian politician. Before his suspension and resignation in 2014, he was the Secretary for Information, Publicity and Mobilisation of the SWAPO Party Youth League. He is the co-founder and leader of the Affirmative R ...

                                               

Armand (singer)

Herman George van Loenhout, better known as Armand, was a Dutch protest singer. He was born in Eindhoven. His greatest hit song was "Ben ik te min". He mostly sang songs about legalizing marijuana in The Netherlands. Armand died in Eindhoven of p ...

                                               

Shukria Asil

In 2009, Asil saved the jobs of three women teachers in Baghlan. They lost their jobs when the Ministry of Education wrote bad information about them. In 2010 Asil was one of four women in the Baghlan Provincial Council. In 2012 she was the head ...

                                               

Senarath Attanayake

Attanayake Mudiyanselage Kithsiri Senarath Bandara Attanayake known as Senarath Attanayake was a Sri Lankan politician and lawyer. He was born in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Attanayake was a recipient of the 2016 Henry Viscardi Achievement Award. He is c ...

                                               

Ajmer Singh Aulakh

Ajmer Singh Aulakh was an Indian playwright and social activist. He was born in Mansa District Punjab. Aulakh won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 2006 for his book Ishaka bājha namāza dā hajja nāhī. Aulakh died on 15 June 2017 from stomach cancer in ...

                                               

Zin Mar Aung

Zin Mar Aung was part of the Burma democracy movement. Because of this, she was a political prisoner for eleven years. She started a group for Asian culture and democracy. She also started a group to help women who were political prisoners. She a ...

                                               

Maria Auxiliadora Delgado

Maria Auxiliadora Delgado San Martin was an Uruguayan civil servant and health activist. She was the wife of President Tabare Vazquez. She was First Lady of Uruguay from 2005 to 2010 and again from 1 March 2015 until her death on 31 July 2019. Au ...

                                               

Rawshan Ara Bachchu

Rawshan Ara Bachchu was a Bangladeshi activist. She took part in Bengali Language Movement in 1952. She was awarded Anannya Top Ten Awards in 2009. She was born in Kulaura, Sylhet, Assam Province, British India. Bachchu died on 3 December 2019 in ...

                                               

Samar Badawi

Samar Mohammad Badawi is a Saudi Arabian human rights activist. In 2012, she received the International Women of Courage Award from the U.S. State department.

                                               

Fredrik Bajer

Fredrik Bajer was a Danish writer, teacher, and pacifist politician. He received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1908. Bajer was born on April 21, 1837 in Vester Egede, Denmark. He fought in the 1864 war against Prussia and Austria where he was promoted ...

                                               

Mikhail Bakunin

Mikhail Alexandrovich Bakunin was a Russian anarchist and revolutionary. He became an anarchist in the 1860s, and was one of the first people in the movement. Before that he was part of the left-wing of pan-Slavism. He is also known as the father ...

                                               

Qandeel Baloch

Fouzia Azeem, better known by the name Qandeel Baloch, was a Pakistani model, actress, feminist activist and social media celebrity. Baloch became famous due to her videos discussing her daily routine and many controversial issues.

                                               

Rim Banna

Rim Banna, was a Palestinian singer, composer, arranger and activist. He was most known for her traditional Palestinian songs and poetry. Banna was born in Nazareth. She was known for her 2005 album The Mirrors of My Soul. Banna died in Nazareth ...

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