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AsMAAerospace Medical Association
AsMAAmerican Society of Marine Artists (Ambler, PA)
AsMAAsus System Monitoring Agent
AsMAAnti-Smooth Muscle Antibody
AsMAAtari SAP Music Archive
AsMAArrival Sequencing and Metering Area (airspace)
AsMAAntarctic Specially Managed Area
AsMAAdaptive Security Management Architecture (computing)
AsMAActin, Alpha 1, Skeletal Muscle
AsMAAsphalt Sealcoat Manufacturers Association
AsMAAlpha Skeletal Muscle Actin
AsMAActive Surface Movement Advisor
AsMAAir Staff Management Aid
AsMAAmerican Scholastic Math Association
AsMAAdvanced System Management Adapter (IBM)
AsMAAssociate of Science in Medical Assisting
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Asma Arbab Alamgir had filed contempt of court petition against the federal government over failure to comply the court orders for removing her name from the no-fly list.
Asma is a Chartered Accountant, with professional experience of 14 years in diverse industry sectors.
Asma receiving CA Woman of the Year 2019 award from Pakistan President Dr Arif Alvi in Islamabad Image Credit:
When I refused, my husband, Faisal, tied my feet and started to torture me."Asma said that three employees namely Rashid, Amjad, and Farzana were present at their residence at the time of the incident.
In the video, Asma said her husband had the house help hold her down, while he shaved her hair and set it on fire.
Farida Shaheed opened the session by praising the strength of Asma Jahangir, saying, 'Asma was proud to be a woman and was angry when anyone said that women were lesser beings.
A prominent British politician has called for Asma Assad, the British wife of the Syrian President, Bashar Assad, to be stripped of her UK citizenship.
Remembering Asma, he said she was born in an atmosphere of rebellion and later herself became a fighter against human rights violations and any kind of unfairness and injustice.
The lawyers organized different ceremonies to mark the first death anniversary of Asma Jehangir here on Monday.
This annual scholarship, which was launched earlier this year, honours the legacy of the late human rights champion Asma Jahangir.
Asma's Why We Need Religion describes itself as "a Darwinian defense of religious emotions and the cultural systems that manage them," and that's an accurate assessment.