Ashok Chakradhar is an Indian author and former head of the department of Hindi at Jamia Millia Islamia. After serving for 29 years, he took voluntary retirement to focus on working towards the propagation and development of the Hindi language. In 2007 he became the Hindi coordinator at the Institute of Life Long Learning at the University of Delhi and in 2009 was appointed as the Vice-Chairman of Hindi Academy, Government of Delhi and as the Vice-Chairman of the Kendriya Hindi Shikshan Mandal, Ministry of HRD, Government of India. Chakradhar is a retired professor of the Hindi Department at Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi, he has been associated with radio and television and has scripted a number of dramas and poems for children. He has appeared in some television soaps, like "Chhoti Si Asha" with Sandhya Mridul on Sony TV, has hosted the show Wah Wah!! for SAB TV. He has acted in various television serials, he took voluntary retirement from Jamia Milia Islamia in 2004. He wrote story of Jamuna Kinare, a Braj Bhasha-language feature film which made by his father-in-law Kaka Hathrasi under the banner of "Kaka Hathrasi Films Production" and produced and music composed by his brother-in-law Laxminarayan Garg Films: Written and Directed Telefilms'Gulaabri','Jeet Gee Chhanno','Master Deepchand','Hai Musaddi','Jhoome Baalaa Jhoome Baalee','Teen Nazaare', ‘Bitiya’ Teleserials'Bhor Tarang','Dhhaaee Aakhar','Buaa Bhateejee','Bol Basanto' Documentaries'Pangu Giri Langhe','Goraa Hat Jaa','Saaksharataa Niketan','Vikaas Kee Lakeeren','Har Bachchaa Ho Kakshaa Paanch', ‘Us Or Hai Chhateraa’.'Rang Jamaa Lo','Bitiyaa Kee Sisakee','Bandariyaa Chalee Sasuraal', ‘Jab Rahaa na koee Chaaraa’, ‘Jaane kyaa Tapake’.'koel Kaa Sitaar','Snehaa Kaa Sapnaa','Heeron Kee Choree','Ek Bagiyaa Main"Naee Dagar','Apaahij Kaun','Hamane Muhim Chalaaee','Bhaee Bhaut Achchhe','Badal Jaayengee Rekhaa','Taaumra Kaa Aaraam','Gharhe Oopar Handiyaa"To Kyaa Hotaa Jee','Aise Hotee Hai Shaadee','Rotee Ye Dhartee Dekho','Kab Talak Sahtee Rahen','Apnaa Haq Apnee Zameen','Kahaanee Jo Aankhon Se Bahee','Aur Police Par Bhee','Mazdooree Kee Raah','Jugat Karo Jeene Kee','Aur Kitne Din', Novel Manautee Chakradhar was a guest in 21 July 2019 episode of The Kapil Sharma Show along with Rahat Indori.
2014: Padma Shri by Government of India for Official Site at Jamia Millia Islamia Personal website Various articles of Ashok Chakradhar at Shabdankan Books by Ashok Chakradharji at Pustak.org Poems of Ashok Chakradhar at Kavita Kosh Welcome back Padma Shri Poet Dr Ashok Chakradhar person
Dennis Booth is an English footballer. Booth signed professional forms with Athletic after rising through the schoolboy ranks, he remained there until 1971, when he signed for Blackpool for a fee of £7,777. He scored 5 goals during this time. Booth played 12 games for the Tangerines before signing for Southend United in the same year of 1971. Booth scored 1 goal for the Roots Hall outfit. In 1973, he signed for Lincoln City. Booth played 162 league games, he left to join Watford in 1977. Booth played 100 league games for them, with 2 goals along the way, he left to join Hull in 1980. Booth spent five years as scoring 2 goals, he retired to join the coaching staff at Boothferry Park. Booth was assistant manager to Brian Horton at Hull. In 1988, when Horton was sacked and Tom Wilson took over on a temporary basis. Between 1992 and 1993, Booth managed Stafford Rangers, he left the club to become assistant manager to John Ward at Bristol Rovers. Two years he left to join Huddersfield Town as Brian Horton's assistant in 1995.
He was sacked in 1997. Appointed as Port Vales Chief Scout in summer 1999, he left his post after just twelve days to take up a similar position at Nottingham Forest. Booth joined Nuneaton Borough in the early 2000s as assistant manager. Booth left the Nuneaton Borough coaching staff to become a scout for the England U21 side in July 2002, he was appointed as Carlisle United's assistant manager in October 2003. He stepped down as Carlisle's assistant manager in June 2006 to join Preston North End, he was released from the Preston staff at the end of the 2006–07 season. Booth became Carlisle's temporary assistant manager in August 2007
In Celtic polytheism, Belisama was a goddess worshipped in Gaul. She is identified with Minerva in the interpretatio romana; the etymology of her name has been taken to translate to "brightest one", i.e. containing a superlative suffix -isama attached to the root bel "bright". But the root bel has been interpreted differently, e.g. as bel "strong". A Gaulish inscription found at Vaison-la-Romaine in Provence shows that a nemeton was dedicated to her: СΕΓΟΜΑΡΟС/ ΟΥΙΛΛΟΝΕΟС/ ΤΟΟΥΤΙΟΥС/ ΝΑΜΑΥСΑΤΙС/ ΕΙѠΡΟΥ ΒΗΛΗ/СΑΜΙ СΟСΙΝ/ ΝΕΜΗΤΟΝ Segomaros Ouilloneos tooutious Namausatis eiōrou Bēlēsami sosin nemēton "Segomarus Uilloneos, citizen of Namausus, dedicated this sanctuary to Belesama"The identification with Minerva in Gallo-Roman religion is established in a Latin inscription from Saint-Lizier, Ariège department: Minervae / Belisamae / sacrum / Q Valerius / Montan / x vThe French toponyms Beleymas and Bellême are based on the theonym; the presence of the goddess in Britain is more difficult to establish.
Based on Ptolemy listing a "Belisama estuary", River Ribble in England seems to have been known by the name Belisama in Roman times. However, it is said to be the name of the River Mersey. Belisama: a Gaulish and Brythonic goddess
Salimullah Muslim Hall is a residential hall at Dhaka University, named after Nawab Sir Khwaja Salimullah Bahadur. It was inaugurated on 11 August 1931. Among the residential halls of Dhaka University, Salimullah Muslim Hall holds a special status due to its heritage. On 27 May 1912, the British government formed the "Nathan Committee" on establishing a residential hall-based university; the Calcutta University Commission recommended a hall for the Muslim students in order to maintain their own culture and religion. Based on the Nathan Committee's report and the recommendation of the Calcutta University commission, the government of India prepared the Dhaka University bill; the bill was passed by the Indian Law Assembly with the viceroy and governor general Lord Reading agreeing to the bill on 23 March 1920. Student enrollment at the university began on 10 July 1921. Dhaka University began with three halls: the Muslim Hall, Jagannath Hall, Dhaka Hall; the Muslim Hall was on the first floor of the Secretariat House.
The largest room on the ground floor was divided into a dining room, common room and other rooms. In the first year of Dhaka University, the Muslim Hall housed 75 students out of a total of 178 Muslim residential and attached students. Associate Professor Ahmed Fazlur Rahman was appointed as Provost of Salimullah Muslim Hall. Two house tutors were appointed: Fakhruddin Ahmed, who supervised the students, Muhammad Shahidullah, in charge of religious instruction. During the 1922–23 session the number of residential students increased to 101. Eight additional rooms were arranged for the students. In the 1923–24 session the number of Muslim residential students rose to 127, 61 rooms were allocated in the Secretariat House. Since the number of residents was increasing house tutor M. F. Rahman wrote a letter to the vice chancellor of the university, he noted. If this is done, the Community would be grateful; the university formed a building committee. The committee appointed the architect Gwyther to design the hall.
In 1927 the Bengal government provided funds to carry out the plan. During the 1930–31 session, the contractors Messrs Martin & Co. made considerable progress with the construction of the building. In the 1931–32 session the Salimullah Muslim Hall was complete; the hall houses more than 800 students. The renovation of the Salimullah Muslim Hall has been carried out with the most recent completed in 2010; the two-storey building faces south. It has four wings that surround a rectangular courtyard bisected north and south by a covered walkway. Verandas run along the inner facades. At the centre of the south wing, the projecting entrance has three pointed arches flanked by two square towers, each crowned with a bulbous yellow-tiled dome. Ahmed Monowar, Dhakar Purano Kotha, pg:79-81 Rahim Abdur Dr. Muhammad, Salimullah Muslim Hall er Protishdhar Kahini, Shuborno Jayanti, pg:2-15 Mamoon Muntassir, Dhaka-Smriti Bismritir Nagari, Ananya Publication, pg:260-261, ISBN 984-412-104-3 Photos: Aerial view Interior lawns Grand entrance
The 2015 Zhuhai ITF Women's Pro Circuit was a professional tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts. It was the first edition of the tournament and part of the 2015 ITF Women's Circuit, offering a total of $50,000 in prize money, it took place at the Hengqin International Tennis Center in Zhuhai, China, on 28 September–4 October 2015. 1 Rankings as of 21 September 2015 The following players received wildcards into the singles main draw: Tian Ran Wang Qiang Xu Shilin You XiaodiThe following players received entry from the qualifying draw: Chen Jiahui Gai Ao Xun Fangying Ye Qiuyu Chang Kai-chen def. Zhang Yuxuan, 4–6, 6–1, 7–6 Xu Shilin / You Xiaodi def. Irina Khromacheva / Emily Webley-Smith, 3–6, 6–2, 2015 Zhuhai ITF Women's Pro Circuit at ITFtennis.com Official website
The Christ of Havana is a large sculpture representing Jesus of Nazareth on a hilltop overlooking the bay in Havana, Cuba. It is the work of the Cuban sculptor Jilma Madera, who won the commission for it in 1953; the statue was carved out of white Carrara marble, the same material used for many of the monuments of the Colon Cemetery. The statue is about 20 metres high including a 3-metre base, it weighs 320 tons. The statue was built from 67 blocks of marble, brought from Italy after being blessed by Pope Pius XII; the figure of Christ is standing with the right hand held near the chin and the left hand near his chest. Facing the city, the statue was left with empty eyes to give the impression of looking at all, from anywhere to be seen; the sculpture, located in the Havana suburb of Casablanca, in the municipality of Regla, was inaugurated on La Cabaña hill on December 24, 1958. Just fifteen days after its inauguration, on January 8, 1959, Fidel Castro entered Havana during the Cuban Revolution.
The sculpture is located 51 metres above sea level, rising to a height of 79 metres, allowing the locals to see it from many points of the city. There is a panoramic viewpoint at the site of the sculpture. Locals suggest that the statue was sculpted to depict a cigar in the right hand and a mojito in the left hand, honoring popular Cuban culture. Christ the Redeemer, statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Christ of the Ozarks, statue in Arkansas, U. S. List of statues by height