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Mother of the slain bothers, Najmul Huda, had nominated Nadir Khan, Pir Mohammad and Nasir Jamal in the first information report.
In 1960, Nadir Abdurahmanov received the honorary title "Honored Artist", and in 1964 became People's Artist of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
During their visits to different cities of Pakistan and China, Nadir Ali Jamali informed that the artists displayed their water colour paintings and Jamali's paintings wre highly lauded by the visitors.
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According to the daily Milliyet, Nadir had asked to be given the administration of the same airport back in 2010, but he was unable to make any investments due to his sentence.
Nadir Syed, 23, had targeted a poppy seller before his arrest shortly before Armistice Day in November 2014.
Nadir Syed, 22, had planned to launch the attack after listening to a speech by IS spokesman Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, which also urged extremists to target France.
The membrane division of the former Hoechst AG, which was previously known as Nadir Filtration, was founded in 1966.
Religion during the Reign of Nadir has seen a great challenge and crisis, because Nadir before obtaining the reign had showed Shiite tendencies, but with the accession to the throne ordered the abolition of Shiism and invented the Jaafari religion as the fifth religion of the Sunni world.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A bid by Turkish Cypriot tycoon Asil Nadir, who built one of the most successful businesses in Britain in the 1980s before fleeing the country after his firm's collapse, to be transferred to a Turkish jail was rejected by a UK court, the British media reported on Friday.
DISGRACED tycoon Asil Nadir was yesterday ordered to pay back PS5m of the money he stole from his Polly Peck business empire - or face a further six years in jail.