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Mulki

(ˈmʊlkɪ)
n
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of the former Hyderabad State in India
[Urdu, from mulk country]
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In particular, Razzaz faces the challenge of stopping recent deterioration in the state's fiscal condition, and yet the protests against Mulki were driven precisely by his austerity measures aimed at slowing Jordan's fiscal collapse.
Mulki submitted the resignation during the meeting with Jordanian King Abdullah II, Al Jazeera reported, citing several sources.
Witnesses said demonstrators who converged near the cabinet office chanted slogans calling for the sacking of Prime Minister Hani Mulki and saying they would disband only if the government rescinded a tax bill it sent to parliament last month which critics say worsens living standards, according to Reuters.
Mulki submitted his resignation in a meeting with King Abdullah II on Monday.
The dismissal of Mulki was demanded in a series of protests against IMF-backed tax increases that have shaken the kingdom.
Several thousand protesters chanting anti-government slogans and calling for King Abdullah to dismiss Prime Minister Hani Mulki have been holding vigils near the cabinet office.
Chitral -- Chitral Polo Ground ready to rock: Deputy Commissioner Chitral Irshad Sodhar has revived the centuries-old 'Mulki Cup Polo Tournament' in its historical form after 59 years.
CHITRAL: The 'Mulki Cup Polo Tournament' officially kicked off on Friday after a colorful inauguration ceremony was held in DC Office Chitral.
Speaking to guests on the first day of the summit, Hani Al Mulki, Prime Minister of Hashemite kingdom of Jordan, the guest of honour, told the audience that the Arab world must continue to embrace technological advancements brought about by the fourth Industrial Revolution.
Summary: Jordan PM Hani Al Mulki kicked off the fourth annual Knowledge Summit with a one-on-one interview in which he stressed …
By: MENA AMMAN, August 6 (MENA) - Jordanian Prime Minister Hani Al Mulki reiterated on Sunday Jordan's commitment to supporting legitimacy in Yemen in order to restore security and stability and preserve its sovereignty and unity.