LEJLashkar-E-Jhangvi (militant group; Pakistan)
LEJLiteracy for Environmental Justice (est. 1998; San Francisco, CA)
LEJLithium Energy Japan (battery production; Japan)
LEJLeipzig, Germany - Leipzig (Airport Code)
LEJLeonard Earl Johnson (New Orleans, LA; columnist and blogger)
LEJLewiston Evening Journal (1866-1979; Maine newspaper)
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The terrorist had affiliation with banned terrorist group Lashkar e Jhangvi and carried-out various terrorist attacks in Balochistan on the command of LEJ.
By the second half of fiscal year 2012, when the Ritto Plant begins operations, LEJ will be capable of producing six million cells (enough for 67,800 EVs) through these three production bases of Kusatsu, Kyoto, and Ritto. LEJ aims to expand its Japanese operations to accommodate 100,000 EVs per year in the future.
For its construction of the Ritto plant, LEJ will receive the maximum subsidy of five billion yen under the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry's "Regional Development Subsidy Program for "Green" Companies Towards Employment Creation" for the fiscal year 2009.
Light In Our Homes," LEJ 10 (September 1876), 409; "An Heroic Brakeman's Wife," LFM 29 (October 1900), 325.
See Timberlake, 87; Railroad Trainmen's Journal 28 (February 1911), 131; LEJ 50 (March 1916), 202.
Atta pointed out that the inaugural ceremony of the LEJ Knowledge Hub will be held in Karachi on December 12 when the four-day 14th Asian Symposium on Medicinal Plants, Spices and Other Natural Products (ASOMPS) will also be concluded.
During the exchange of gunfire, Malik Ishaq along with his two sons Usman Haq Nawaz, and active member of LEJ Ghulam Rasool Shah and others were killed in the encounter.
Will hold Punjab government responsible 4 LEJ attacks if Sharif cont 2 give them protection & refuse2 take action.