The Aminidivi Islands, are one of the three island subgroups in the Union Territory of Lakshadweep, India. It is the northern group of the Lakshadweep, separated from the Laccadive Islands subgroup by the 11th parallel north; the total land area of the group is 9.26 km². The Union Territory was known as Laccadive and Amindivi Islands, a name, changed to Lakshadweep by an act of Parliament in 1973; the Aminidivi group forms a subdivision. The islands of Amini, Chetlat and Bitra are inhabited; the population numbered 18,876 at the 2001 census and Islam is the main religion of the islanders. Aminidivi has the highest recorded rainfall in India in a 24-hour period, at 1,168 mm on 2004-05-06. Aminidivi consists of atolls with islands, three reefs or atolls with only unvegetated sand cays above the high water mark, four submerged banks. In addition, there is the island that gives its name to the group, located at 11°06′N 72°45′E at the northwestern end of Pitti Bank, a sunken atoll; the islands were inhabited from ancient times by people of nearby Kerala to which were added people of Arab descent.
Vasco da Gama visited these islands around 1498. In the mid 16th century all the inhabited islands of the Lakshadweep were conferred as jagir on the ruling family of the Cannanore Kingdom by the Chirakkal or Kolattiri Raja in order to grant protection from the Portuguese. In the latter quarter of the 18th century the islands of the Amindivi group of the Lakshadweep revolted owing to the rigours of the enforcement of the monopoly of coir rope trade. Following the uprising, the northern islands put themselves under the rule of the Kingdom of Mysore in 1784 ruled by Tippu Sultan; the southern group of the Cannanore Islands, remained loyal to the Arakkal Kingdom. In 1792, as a consequence of the Third Anglo-Mysore War and the defeat of Tippu Sultan, the Amindivi Islands came under the East India Company rule following the treaty of Srirangapatna; the Amindivi subgroup was attached to the South Canara collectorate of the Madras Presidency of the British Raj in 1799, hence they became known as the South Kanara Islands.
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Karanam Balaram Krishna Murthy, an Indian politician in the state of Andhra Pradesh. He was born in Thimmasamudram village of Prakasam district in Andhra Pradesh, he was elected as MLC under MLA quota on 6 March 2017. In 2019 General elections he won as Mla from chirala constituency with a majority of 17,912 votes. A long-timer in the Indian National Congress, he became known for rescuing the AICC chief Indira Gandhi from a public attack, when she was touring the area in 1977 after a split in the Congress. Indira Gandhi fielded him from Addanki as Congress nominee in the 1978 elections, his electoral debut. 1978-83, 1986-94 & 2004 - 09, 2019-incubent - Member, Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly 1999 - Elected to 13th Lok Sabha 1999-2000 - Member, Committee on Communications, Lok Sabha 2017 - incumbent - Member, Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council Apart from being the accused in several cases from unlawful assembly, murder etc. he was suspended from the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly for 6 months on charges of making ‘objectionable’ remarks against the Assembly Speaker K. R. Suresh Reddy.
The Committee on Privileges of the Assembly was chaired by his former rival Gade Venkat Reddy of the ruling Congress party. After a recent war of words and group clashes, his arch-rival Bachina Chenchu Garataiah left the Telugu Desam Party to join the Indian National Congress. Garataiah was upset over being denied the Addanki assembly ticket in the 2009 elections. On July 9 2019, Amanchi KrishnaMohan filed a petition in the High Court seeking the disqualification of Karanam Balaram's victory in 2019 Assembly Election. Amanchi further alleged that Karanam Balaram has given false information regarding his personal life in the election affidavit. 13th Lok Sabha Prakasam district Ongole Telugu Desam party Karanam Balaram Andhra Pradesh government Lok Sabha profile Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly
Mattias Clement is a Canadian professional wrestler signed to WWE, performing on the NXT and 205 Live brands under the ring name Tyler Breeze. From 2010 to 2012 Clement performed under the name Mike Dalton in WWE's developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling. While in FCW he won the FCW Florida Heavyweight Championship and the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship. In 2013, he transitioned to NXT and came up with the "Tyler Breeze" character, a narcissistic "pretty boy" obsessed with taking selfies of himself during matches. In 2015, Clement was promoted to WWE's main roster, where he would team up with Fandango to form a team known as "Breezango" and on as "The Fashion Police" after the two began appearing in a number of comedic skits known as "the Fashion Files". In 2019 he returned to NXT as a full-time performer. Clement is married to professional wrestler Audrey Marie and runs a wrestling school in Florida with Shawn Spears. Clement was born on January 1988 in Penticton, British Columbia.
He trained under WCW and WWE pro wrestler Lance Storm at Storm's academy in Calgary. Clement made his debut for Power Zone Wrestling in 2007 under the ring name Mattias Wild, his first match was a victory over Rage O'Riley on April 25, 2007. In 2008, Clement began wrestling for NWA Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling. While wrestling for ECCW, Clement was trained by Lance Storm in Alberta. On May 2, Clement won a match against Alex Plexis to qualify for the first round of the 2009 Pacific Cup. On September 5, 2009, he lost a tag team match with Dan Myers against the team of "The Icons" Jamie Diaz and Nick Price in a first round match for the ECCW Tag Team Championship; the teams began a feud, with Price and Diaz coming out on top on most occasions. Clement worked for Prairie Wrestling Alliance in 2010, returning to ECCW for a last match on September 11, 2010, which he lost to Billy Suede. After signing with World Wrestling Entertainment, Clement made his debut for WWE's developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling on December 2, 2010, at a live event as Matt Clement, where he defeated Big E Langston, Darren Young, Leakee and 2 others.
The following month he was called Mike McGrath, which lasted 3 months, only to be changed again to Mike Dalton in April 2011. Dalton made his television debut on the July 17, 2011 episode of FCW TV in a loss to Alexander Rusev, he earned another win in FCW on November 2011, against Peter Orlov. On December 15, Dalton won a battle royal to be named the number-one contender to the FCW Florida Heavyweight Championship, he lost the match. Dalton won the FCW Heavyweight Championship on February 2012, when he defeated Kruger, his reign lasted 21 days and he lost the rematch and the title to Kruger. When WWE rebranded FCW into NXT Wrestling, Dalton debuted as an enhancement talent on the June 20, 2012, episode of rebooted NXT show, where he teamed with CJ Parker and lost to The Ascension. Dalton got his first victory when he teamed with Jason Jordan and defeated the team of Hunico and Camacho on August 1 but lost in a rematch against the two a few weeks later. In the beginning of 2013, seeing that Dalton's character hadn't receive much of the fans' attention, WWE officials informed him that in order to remain with WWE he should get a new character.
On the July 24 episode of NXT, Clement re–debuted with his new heel gimmick, as Tyler Breeze, a narcissistic "pretty boy" obsessed with taking selfies during matches. Soon after, Breeze started a feud with CJ Parker, after being "photobombed" by Parker. After the two were put in a tag team match against Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady, which they lost after Parker refused to tag in Breeze, a match between the two took place on the October 16 episode of NXT, which Breeze won. Two weeks Parker defeated Breeze in a rematch, ended their feud. In December, Breeze helped Bo Dallas retain the NXT Championship during a lumberjack match against Adrian Neville, which resulted a match between the two on the January 15, 2014, episode of NXT, where Neville was victorious. Breeze retorted that Neville was not good-looking, mocking his nickname; the next month, in a rematch, Neville once again defeated Breeze. On February 27, at NXT Arrival, Breeze was scheduled to face Xavier Woods, but both men were attacked by Alexander Rusev, rendering the match a no contest.
Throughout March, Breeze continued his feud with Woods, by attacking him before a match with Rusev, before the two faced each other in a match, which Breeze won. On the May 8 episode of NXT, Breeze participated in a 20-man battle royal, for a shot at the NXT Championship, was involved in a three-way tie; as a result, Breeze faced the other two winners, Sami Zayn and Tyson Kidd in a triple–threat match on the following week, which Kidd won. On May 29, at NXT TakeOver, Breeze defeated Sami Zayn in another number one contender's match but in mid–June he suffered a broken finger, which kept him out of action for a month. Breeze returned on the July 24 episode of NXT, defeating Mojo Rawley and received his title match against champion Adrian Neville on the August 14 episode of NXT, but was unsuccessful after Kidd interfered and caused a disqualification; this led to a match between Breeze and Kidd on the following week, which Kidd won, when Breeze counted himself out. On September 11, along with Zayn and Kidd, once again challenged unsuccessfully for the title at NXT TakeOver: Fatal 4-Way.
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Liina Brunelle is an Estonian-born French actress. Although born in Estonia, Russian is her first language. Apart from Russian, she speaks French, English and German. 2005: Paris, je t'aime, by Olivier Assayas, Frédéric Auburtin and Sylvain Chomet 2006: Madame Irma, by Didier Bourdon 2007: Eden Log, by Franck Vestiel 2007: Modern Love, by Stéphane Kazandjian 2008: Le Missionnaire, by Roger Delattre 2008: Celle que j'aime, by Élie Chouraqui 2004: Advertisement for Société Générale directed by Gérard Jugnot 2005: La Légende vraie de la tour Eiffel, by Simon Brook 2005: Advertisement for Mediavista directed by Pascal Sid and Julien Lacombe 2006: Le Soiring, comic show for TPS Star 2008: Drôle de Noël!, by Nicolas Picard 2008: R. I. S, police scientifique, by Klaus Biedermann 2001: A Marriage Proposal, by Anton Chekhov 2006: Theatre experiences: Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Miss Julie by August Strindberg, The Tidings Brought To Mary by Paul Claudel 2007: Richard III n'aura pas lieu, by Matei Vișniec, directed by David Sztulman in the Théâtre du Gymnase: Tania 2008: Richard III n'aura pas lieu in the Ciné 13 Théâtre 2004 - 2007: Theatre education in the Cours Simon Official website of Liina Brunelle Website of the Cours Simon Liina Brunelle on IMDb
Paul T. Conway is the former president of Generation Opportunity, he was chief of staff for the U. S. Department of Labor under Secretary Elaine Chao, chief of staff at the Office of Personnel Management, an agency chief at the U. S. Department of Homeland Security, he is a former Deputy Director of the Citizen Project at the Heritage Foundation. While at DHS, Conway served as Chief of Staff to the Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding and twice as the Acting Federal Coordinator, he was awarded the Secretary's Silver Medal by Secretary Michael Chertoff. Conway led Generation Opportunity, a Koch brothers-funded group whose focus was engaging Millennials, young Americans between the ages of 18-29, mobilizing them on issues of importance, prior to and during their public rollout in June 2011 through November 2012. During Generation Opportunity’s first 18 months, from June 2011 through November 2012, its 28-person team contacted 250,000 people in person, generated 1.1 billion views of its social media content, attracted 4 million Facebook fans.
While Generation Opportunity focused on multiple issues of importance to young Americans, the issue of youth unemployment among Millennials dominated the discussion. Conway told the Hillsdale Natural Law Review that "the number one issue to them was the lack of full-time jobs... hey blamed the President for that, not Congress", he said. On November 13, 2012, the Hillsdale Natural Law Review wrote about the impact Generation Opportunity had on the 2012 election during its first eighteen months. “In 2008, Senator Barack Obama won the youth vote by 34 points – 66%-32%. In 2012, Obama won the same demographic by only 23 points: 60%-37%; the youth vote swung 11 points in favor of the Republican ticket. No other demographic changed half this much between 2008 and 2012. Voters between the ages of 30 and 44 swung 1 point closer to Obama, while 5% of those 45-64 left him, along with 4% of seniors above 65; the youth vote swung against Obama despite the fact that more young people voted in 2012 than in 2008.
In 2008, 66% of the 22 million Millennials who made it to the polls translated to 14.53 million votes. This year, 60 % of 23 million Millennials voted for a total of 13.8 million. "By 2020, 38% of the electorate will be Millennials... The drop in enthusiasm among young voters…is important." Due – at least in part – to Generation Opportunity’s hard work, President Obama "lost six points among the most critical base he had", said Conway, who praised young Americans as "very smart... able to connect the dots."Starting in September 2013, Generation Opportunity began running online ads utilizing a "Creepy Uncle Sam", with the tagline "Don't let government play doctor". According to the group's president, Evan Feinberg, the ads are meant to promote an "opt-out" option, where young people would "...have to pay a fine, but that's going to be cheaper for you and better for you”
Daniel Rajakoba is a Malagasy politician. Born in Antonibe, Sofia Region, Rajakoba studied teaching at Antananarivo University, he became a professor before being appointed as Minister of the Civil Service and Social Laws by President Gabriel Ramanantsoa in 1972, a post he held until Didier Ratsiraka seized power in 1975. He preached on the radio every week during this period. In 1987, Rajakoba went to study theology and linguistics in Montpellier. In 1999, he was made a Pastor of the Church of Jesus Christ in Madagascar, he began preaching for the Malagasy Protestant Church of France. On August 3, 2001, the Isika Miara-Mandroso association announced that it was presenting Rajakoba as a candidate in the December 2001 presidential election. Rajakoba received 2.0 % of the votes in the election. He founded the Fihavanantsika party in 2002, on June 14, 2006 he announced that he would run again in the December 2006 presidential election as Fihavanantsika's candidate. In the election, he placed tenth with 0.64% of the vote.
In 2011, Daniel Rajakoba criticized Andry Rajoelina's regime, calling it a new form of organized colonialism. He married Monique Rakoto in 1967, together they have eight children