The Bahraini Premier League is the main football competition in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Known as the Nasser bin Hamad Premier League, the first season was held in 1957; the winners of the domestic championship qualify for the AFC Cup. The championship is contested by 10 clubs. 10 clubs play a two round robin set of fixtures totaling 18 games in order to determine the league champions. Although games are played on a home and away basis all games are played at the National Stadium; the bottom placed club is relegated with the team finishing second bottom entering a relegation/promotion play-off match. In earlier seasons, the league has been radically overhauled to feature all the professional clubs of Bahrain. Instances being the 2008–09 and 2002 league seasons; the leagues featuring up to 19 teams would play each other on one occasion with the top 10 teams staying in the Premier League top flight and the bottom sides forming the next seasons 2nd division. Between the seasons of 2002 and 2009, the top four sides of the league would play in the Crown Prince Cup.
Budaiya Al Hala SC Al-Hidd Al-Muharraq Al-Najma Al-Riffa Al-Shabab East Riffa Malkiya Manama In 2002, a host of clubs were amalgamated together: Bahrain are an amalgamation of Bahrain and Al-Khaleej Riffa are an amalgamation of West Riffa and Zallaq Al-Najma are an amalgamation of Al-Hilal, Al-Qadisiya and Ras Al-Rumman Al-Sahel are an amalgamation of Qalali and Hadd Al-Tadamun are an amalgamation of Boori, Hamla, Reef Union and Damastan Al-Shabab are an amalgamation of Deyya, Jadd Hafs, Karrana and Karbabad Al-Ittifaq are an amalgamation of Al-Arabi and Bani Jumra Champions are: The number of national championships that clubs in Bahrain have attained. Bahrain Premiere League goalzz.com - Bahraini Premiere League Soccerway - Bahrain Premier League Weltfussballarchiv - Bahraini Premier League Bahrain Premier League - Hailoosport.com Bahrain Premier League - Hailoosport.com
Njan Samvidhanam Cheyyum is a 2015 Malayalam-language Indian family drama film written and produced by Balachandra Menon. It stars Menon in the lead role, along with Gayathri, Shankar, Menaka and Madhu in supporting roles; the film was released on 19 September 2015 in India to negative critical response. The film's story revolves around Krishna Das, a middle-aged man who resigns from the National Film Development Corporation to become a director. Sanjith Sidhardhan of The Times of India rated the film 2/5 and said, "Balachandra Menon's comeback movie follows a familiar plot, riddled with cliches." He concluded the review saying, "Films with familiar themes had tasted success in recent times thanks to the way they were presented and that's where Njan Samvidhanam Cheyyum falls short. The frames are sometimes repetitive; the movie could been a bit crisper and less tedious with some tight editing." Sify.com wrote that the film is a torture asking "How can someone spend so much money for this kind of stupidity?
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