NABAD

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NABADNational Bank for Agricultural and Rural Development (India)
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The installation of Abdiaziz Laftagareen in South West State of Somalia is so far the greatest success for the "Nabad iyo Nolol" strategy.Third, the lynch pin of this re-election strategy is the revival of Somalia's old 'ethnocracy' around the Marehan Clan.
'Nabad has contributed to promoting knowledge among members of civil society and focused on serving widows, divorcees, low-income people, people with special needs and the elderly through events carried out in conjunction with government bodies,' Dr Yasser Al-Sharif said.
Their endeavor, NABAD, speaks for itself; it's the first-of-its-kind business support group in Lebanon promoting socially conscious entrepreneurship.
As a finale to the Festival, Nabad Art Gallery is hosting until March 10 an exhibition of photographs of all the Festival's artworkswhich were carried out by different institutions that joined forces to celebrate urban art in Jordan.
Iraq maintains that Jordan is now holding the aircraft in detention and local newspaper, Nabad Al-Shabab, reported the Iraqi Transport Ministry on 20 August as stating that 'Arab and Islamic norms and tradition' say that 'any deposit should be returned to its owners.'
The first wish one makes for an individual who is undertaking a trip into the hostile spaces of the hinterland is "Nabad iyo caano" (May you come upon peace and milk!).
Salam said that while the festival has plans to expand across Beirut, its first edition, dubbed "Nabad Beirut" (Pulse of Beirut) will be held in Downtown Beirut's Al-Maarad Street and Nijmeh Square.
Jordanian artist Farouk Lambaz holds his third exhibition in the series "The Garden of Eden", at Nabad Gallery, under the title "The Garden of Eden III", where he displays a selection of his calligraphic paintings, in which the artist is clearly biased to the essence of the artistic and spiritual letters of the Arabic alphabet.