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Dr Sheikha Aisha bint Faleh al-Thani, chairperson and founder of Al Faleh Group (AFG) for Educational and Academic Services, has opened the University of Aberdeen's new centre for women's health research during a recent official visit to Aberdeen.
Shaikha Aisha has obtained the simulation training and commercial pilot licence with instrument rating.
Freshman honorees are: Samir Abdaljalil, Mohammad Ahmad, Aisha Al-Darwish, Aisha Al-Jabir, Noora Al-Mohannadi, Reem Al-Sayed, Mariyam Amir, Imane Bendou, Laila El-Beheiry, Hibah Farid, Joud Ghalayini, Keivin Isufaj, Muhammad Khan, Weilin Li, Omar Naim, Andrej Pozderac, Radu Stefan Revutchi, Faiha Sahirah, Swapnendu Sanyal, Abdullah Shaar, Muhammad Syed, Saeed Syed, Muhammad Ahmed Zahid and Umer Bin Zia.
Aisha, 18, started to learn English while she was in Lebanon but had missed out on some of her schooling so when she arrived in Northern Ireland she joined Malone College.
Linus also told the court that Aisha had failed in her duty as a wife, adding that her attitude had 'killed the love he had for her and can never love her again.
Dr Aisha Bint Butti bin Bishr, director-general, Smart Dubai Office, said the entity is currently working on 20 use cases and awaiting the results so that it can be scaled across the emirate.
Addressing the ceremony, Memon said, 'Initiation of expansion of Aisha Steel Mills reflects the confidence investors have in Sindh and Pakistan, strengthening our resolve to continue on this path of progress.
Chairperson Sindh Board of Investment, Naheed Memon presided over a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Aisha Steel Mills Limited, Saturday, to mark the start of construction of the company's expansion plans
Muscat: Sheikha Aisha bint Jamil bin Khalfan Al Siyabiyah, Chairperson of the Public Authority for Craft Industries (PACI), will chair the Sultanate's delegation to the 8th Meeting of the Supreme Council of the Arab Women Organisation (AWO)for the term 2017-2019, which will kick off on 12 December 2017 in Cairo.
Already a star of BBC Scotland drama River City, Aisha loved her first foray into Children's TV.
Mama Aisha passed away over the weekend and will be buried on Monday 4pm at the Fort Jesus site.