Stalin Joseph

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 (stä′lĭn, stăl′ĭn), Joseph Originally Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili. 1879-1953.
Soviet politician. The successor of Lenin, he was general secretary of the Communist Party (1922-1953) and premier (1941-1953) of the USSR. His rule was marked by the exile of Trotsky (1929), the mass imprisonment and execution of government and military officials, the forced collectivization of agriculture, a policy of industrialization, and a victorious but devastating role for the Soviets in World War II.
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For entry forms or further information on The Indian Club May Queen 2019, please contact me on 33331308, the president Stalin Joseph on 39526723, the entertainment secretary Gopi Nambiar on 39912039 or the chief coordinator Anup Mathews on 39690198.
They were distributed by school chairman Abraham John, principal V R Palaniswamy, secretary Sambasivan Ramesh, vice-chairman R Pavithran, assistant secretary Dr Ashraf, member-sports Stalin Joseph, staff representative Sreedevi Panicker and vice-principal Maria Waltin for the Best Costume and the Best Dancer in various categories.
They claimed the veterans' doubles title after defeating Uday Shanbag and Stalin Joseph 7-6, 6-3.
STALIN Joseph was last night crowned champion of the veteran men's singles category in the 65th Indian Club Open Tennis Championship, being played at the Indian Club premises in Manama.
Uday Shanbag followed suit with a 6-4, 6-3 win over Stalin Joseph.
Uday Shanbag and Stalin Joseph followed suit, defeating Nougen Baruaha and Venkatesh 6-1, 6-2.
The event was presides over by Indian School honorary chairman Abraham John along with honorary members Stalin Joseph, Rosaline Roy, Thomas Abraham, principal V R Palaniswamy and vice-principals Maria Waltin and Dr Ashfaq Ahmad.
The others who have already claimed their division titles were Shehab and Khaled Al Thawadi in the men's doubles, Salman Hassan in the men's singles, Pawel Palubiec in the veteran men's over-45 singles, Stalin Joseph and Uday Shanbagh in the veteran men's over-45 doubles, and Fouad Al Shehabi and Ali Khonji in the veteran men's over-55 doubles.
STALIN Joseph and Uday Shanbagh claimed the veteran men's over-45 doubles title last night in the 27th GPIC Open Tennis Championship, played at Bahrain Tennis Club (BTC) in Juffair.