Nowruz

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Noun1.Nowruz - (Persian) the new year holiday in Iran and Azerbaijan and Afghanistan and Pakistan and parts of India and among the Kurds; comes at the vernal equinox
Farsi, Persian - the language of Persia (Iran) in any of its ancient forms
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Munir Ahmed Mari, Sessions Judge, Loralai, Zafar Jaan, Additional Sessions Judge, Barkhan, Asadullah Kakar, Additional Sessions Judge, Dera Murad Jamali, Tahir Humayun, Additional Sessions Judge, Gawadar, Zafarullah Khan Bazai, Sessions Judge, Quetta, Rahim Dad khilji, Additional Sessions Judge, Dalbandin, Nouroz Khan Hoth, Additional Sessions Judge, Dera Bugti, Inayat Ullah Kakar, Additional Sessions Judge, Harnai, Sadullah Khan Bazai, Sessions Judge, Kalat, Alamgir Khan Hotak, Additional Sessions Judge, Kohlu, Allah Dad Roshan, Sessions Judge, Noshki, Mohammed Anwar Mohammad Shai, Additional Sessions Judge, Panjgoor, Mohammed Rafiq, Sessions Judge, Turbat, Barkat Ali Marghazani and Additional Sessions Judge, Ziarat also earned distinctions from High Court of Balochistan, Quetta.
Apart from him Munir Ahmed Mari Sessions judge Loralai, Zafar Jaan Additional Sessions judge Barkhan, Asadullah kakar Additional Sessions judge Dera Murad Jamali, Tahir Humayun Additional sessions judge Gawadar, Zafarullah Khan Bazai Sessions judge Quetta, Rahim Dad Khilji Additional Sessions judge Dalbandin, Nouroz Khan Hoth Additional Sessions Judge Dera Bugti, Inayat ullah kakar Additional Sessions judge Harnai, Sadullah khan Bazai Sessions judge Kalat, Alamgir Khan Hotak Additional Sessions judge kohlu, Allah Dad Roshan Sessions Judge Noshki, Mohammed Anwar Mohammad Shai Additional sessions Judge Panjgoor, Mohammed Rafiq Sessions Judge Turbat, Barkat Ali Marghazani Additional sessions judge Ziarat earned distinctions from High court of Balochistan Quetta.
The participating artists whose works could not be put on view are: Adnan Ali ManAganhar, Ahmed Javed, Donia Qaiser, Esha Sohail, Faryal Ahsan, Nizakat Ali Dipar, Maryam Baniasadi, ShamsuAddin, Jahanzaib Ahmed, Rehman Zada, Hoor Ahmed, Onaiz Taji, Maheen Khan, Noormah Jamal, Shakila Haider, Sehrish Mustafa, Irfan Mahmood, Shahid Malik, Muzammil Khan, Wasif Afridi, Mahzeb Baloch and Nouroz Ali.
The data of the General Authority for Tourism in the Kurdistan region, two days before the holiday of Nouroz last, showed that 76 thousand tourists went to the Kurdistan region to reach the number to 234 thousand tourists by the end of March.
(8.) Nouroz F, Bibi F, Noreen S, Masood N, Natural killer cells enhance the immune surveillance of cancer.
The meeting was largely attended by the divisional and district office bearers of the PTI Hazara division which includes the District and Tehsil Members Waseem Shezad Khattak, Qari Rashid Mehmood, Uzma Riaz Jadoon, Tehmina Faheem, Saleem Akhtar Awan, Chudhary Ghulam Mustafa, Peter Nouroz Gul, Sardar Ahmed Zeb, Saleem Awan and others.
This inscription is the third in two years for India following the inscriptions of yoga and Nouroz. The Unesco Convention for Safeguarding the Intangible Cultural Heritage, adopted in 2003, defines intangible cultural heritage as the practices, representations, expressions as well as knowledge and skills that communities, groups and, in some cases, individuals recognise as part of their cultural heritage.
Police sources said that Nouroz Hamdi, the 16-year boy, studying at Gulshane Fatima School in the Soldier Bazar neighbourhood, shot his classmate Fatima Bashir alisa Saba, in a class room while all the other students were attending the inaugural assembly.
Objective: To assess the knowledge, attitude and practices of relief workers posted in rescue and relief bases of the Red Crescent Society of Mazandaran province of Iran during Nouroz holidays.
BAGDHAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Iraqi President Jalal Talabani will return to his country after a few days to take part in the Nouroz festivals and to chair the coming Arab Summit on March 29, according to a presidential statement quoting his physician.
The travellers have described a special bazaar (fair) which were for the women of harem at the time of the Nouroz. English traveller, Peter Mundy, mentioned that in this fair, the wives and daughters of all the nobles attended as "noe man daringe to refuse the sendinge them if the king require them (although of the greatest Amrawe)." He has also given the reason for holding such a fair: "This they doe because the Kinges weomen are never suffered to goe abroad, that they may then see the varieties, curiosities etts.