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Constituency PP-115 (Gujrat-VIII)

General elections were held on 11 May 2013. Chuhdary Shabir Ahmed kotla of Pakistan Muslim league N won by 42562 votes. And Runner up candidate was Naeem Raza kotla of PML-Q 24322. And PTI candidate was on 3rd with 20893 votes.

                                               

Constituency PP-170 (Nankana Sahib-I)

General elections were held on 11 May 2013. Ch, Tariq Mehmood Bajwa from Hanjli village Sangla Hill, independent candidate with support of PMLN won by 36.444 votes and became MPA and later he joins PMLN.

                                               

Constituency PP-241 (Bahawalnagar-V)

Constituency PP-241 is a Constituency of Provincial Assembly of Punjab. Chuhdary Kashif Mehmood is current MPA elected in July 2018 election.

                                               

Constituency PP-265 (Layyah-IV)

Constituency PP-265 is a Constituency of Provincial Assembly of Punjab. It is currently under the governance of Mehr Ijaz Ahmad Achlana. Mehr Ijaz Ahmad Achlana have been winning from this constituency for over a decade.He won in 2002.2007 and in ...

                                               

NA-120 (Sheikhupura-II)

During the delimitation of 2018, NA-120 Sheikhupura-II acquired areas from three former constituencies namely NA-132 Sheikhupura-II-cum-Nankana Sahib, NA-133 Sheikhupura-III, and NA-136 Nankana Sahib-II-cum-Sheikhupura, the areas of Sheikhupura D ...

                                               

NA-123 (Lahore-I)

The area includes some of the oldest parts of Lahore, behind the walled city including areas like Matchus Factory, Saeed Park, Qaiser Town, Kot Shahabud Din, Yousuf Park, Wandala Road, Lajpat Road, Jia Musa, Qila Muhammadi, Kot Begum, Sabzi Mandi ...

                                               

PP-6 (Rawalpindi-I)

General elections were held on 11 May 2013. Raja Ashfaq Sarwar won this seat with 50982 votes. All candidates that received more than 1000 votes are listed here.

                                               

PP-7 (Rawalpindi-II)

Kallar Syedan Tehsil Municipal Committee Kallar Syedan. Choha Khalsa Circle Union Councils of Kallar Syedan Tehsil. Exclude UC33 Bishandote and Arazi Khas of Kallar Syedan Tehsil Page 2. Kahuta Tehsil. (Кахуте Техсил)

                                               

PP-8 (Rawalpindi-III)

Gujar Khan-I*. (Gujar Хан-Я*) Kauntrila Union Council of Gujar Khan Tehsil of Rawalpindi District. Gujar Khan-II and. (Gujar хан-II и) Municipal Committee Gujjar Khan. Qazian Circle Union Councils.

                                               

PP-9 (Rawalpindi-IV)

Arazi Khas and UC Bishandote of Kallar Syedan Tehsil,of Rawalpindi District. Gujjar Khan Tehsil excluding Municipal Committee Gujjar Khan and Qazian Circle Union Councils.

                                               

PP-10 (Rawalpindi-V)

General elections were held on 11 May 2013. Engineer Qamar Ul Isalm Raja won this seat with 65445 votes. All candidates that received more than 1000 votes are listed here.

                                               

PP-11 (Rawalpindi-VI)

General elections were held on 11 May 2013. Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan won this seat with 51826 votes. All candidates that received more than 1000 votes are listed here.

                                               

PP-12 (Rawalpindi-VII)

Dhamyal. Lakhan-II. (Lakhan-второй) Dhama Rawalpindi and. (Дхама Равалпинди и) Rawalpindi Qanungo Halqa of Rawalpindi Tehsil. Lakhan-l. (Lakhan-л) The following Patwar Circles of Chaklala Cantt. Jarahi of Rawalpindi District.

                                               

PP-13 (Rawalpindi-VIII)

General elections were held on 18 February 2008. Mrs. Umar Farooq won this seat with 30600 votes. All candidates that received more than 1000 votes are listed here.

                                               

PP-14 (Rawalpindi-IX)

General elections were held on 11 May 2013. Asif Mehmood won this seat with 29797 votes. All candidates that received more than 1000 votes are listed here.

                                               

PP-15 (Rawalpindi-X)

General elections were held on 11 May 2013. Malik Iftikhar Ahmad won this seat with 42539 votes. All candidates that received more than 1000 votes are listed here.

                                               

PP-16 (Rawalpindi-XI)

General elections were held on 11 May 2013. Raja Rashid Hafeez won this seat with 44430 votes. All candidates that received more than 1000 votes are listed here.

                                               

PP-17 (Rawalpindi-XII)

From 2018 PP-11 Rawalpindi-XII Become PP-17 Rawalpindi-XII With Some changes has follow a The following Census Charges of Rawalpindi City 1 Charge No.18 2 Charge No.19 3 Charge No.20 4 Charge No.21 Circle No. 1 and 2 5 Charge No.27 and 6 Charge N ...

                                               

PP-18 (Rawalpindi-XIII)

General elections were held on 11 May 2013. Muhammad Arif Abbasi won this seat with 33595 votes. All candidates that received more than 1000 votes are listed here.

                                               

PP-19 (Rawalpindi-XIV)

General elections were held on 11 May 2013. Raja Abdul Hanif won this seat with 36.852 votes. All candidates that received more than 1000 votes are listed here.

                                               

PP-20 (Rawalpindi-XV)

PP-20 Rawalpindi-XV is a Constituency of Provincial Assembly of Punjab. 2018 PP-20 Rawalpindi-XV become 15tn the electorate of the provincial Assembly of the Punjab before he was part of the PP-14 Rawalpindi-XIV 1Wah cantonment Taxila Tehsil of R ...

                                               

Constituency PS-33 (Khairpur-V)

PS-33 is a constituency of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh., Its constituted areas of Mirwah Sub-division which includes tehsil Thari Mirwah, Faiz Ganj, and sometimes parts of Sobhodero and Naro taluka.

                                               

Panama Sea Frontier

The Panama Sea Frontier was responsible for the defense of the Pacific and Atlantic sea approaches to the Panama Canal and for naval shore facilities in the Central America region during World War II. The Sea Frontier headquarters were located in ...

                                               

Cayos Limones

The Cayos Limones or Lemon Keys are a group of Caribbean islands in the San Blas Archipelago in Guna Yala province of Panama. As part of the autonomous Guna Yala indigenous territory it is mainly populated by the Guna indigenous People. The islan ...

                                               

San Blas Rebellion

The Sun Blas Rebellion was a revolt by the Kuna, to declare independence, in the San Blas Islands, in 1925. The island of San Blas, also known as the region of guna Yala, has experienced an era of great political unrest in the early twentieth cen ...

                                               

Boca Chica, Chiriqui

Boca Chica is a town and corregimiento in San Lorenzo District, Chiriqui Province, Panama. It has a land area of 88 square kilometres and had a population of 441 as of 2010, giving it a population density of 5 inhabitants per square kilometre. It ...

                                               

Cerro Punta, Chiriqui

Cerro Punta is a city and corregimiento in Tierras Altas District, Chiriqui Province, Panama. Cerro Punta is located in Panamas western highlands at an altitude is 6.500 feet, just south of the Continental Divide. Many of the inhabitants of the v ...

                                               

Santa Clara, Chiriqui

Santa Clara is a town and corregimiento in Renacimiento District, Chiriqui Province, Panama. It has a land area of 67 square kilometres and had a population of 2.642 as of 2010, giving it a population density of 39.5 inhabitants per square kilome ...

                                               

Volcan, Panama

Volcan is a town and corregimiento in Tierras Altas District, Chiriqui Province, Panama. It has a land area of 233.7 square kilometres and had a population of 12.717 as of 2010, giving it a population density of 54.4 inhabitants per square kilome ...

                                               

Bocatoreña

Bocatoreña refers to people or culture from Bocas del Toro Province, Panama. There is a Bocatorian cuisine. Bocas del Toro Day marks the anniversary of the provinces founding on November 16, 1904. Bands and parades are part of the celebrations. B ...

                                               

Chiriqui Lagoon

Chiriqui Lagoon is a large lagoon on the northwest coast of Panama covering an area of about 900 square kilometres. It is separated from the Caribbean Sea by the Valiente Peninsula to the east and from Almirante Bay by islands in the Bocas del To ...

                                               

Gulf of Chiriqui

The Gulf of Chiriqui is a part of Panama that encompasses Coiba National Park and Golfo de Chiriqui National Park. There are dozens of islands in this Gulf. Along with the islands of Coiba National Park there is also Islas Secas, Los Ladrones, Is ...

                                               

Argentine Mauser Model 1909

The Argentine Mauser Model 1909 were Gewehr 98 pattern bolt-action battle rifles designed for the Argentine Army. They were produced both in Germany and in Argentina.

                                               

Desarrollos Industriales Casanave SC-2005

The Diseños Casanave SC-2005 is a Peruvian proposed upgrade for the FN FAL. It is chambered in the 5.56×45mm NATO round and is compatible with STANAG Magazines. SK-2009MWS or modular weapon system, is a major upgrade with the system Picatinny rai ...

                                               

MGP-15 submachine gun

The MGP-15 is a submachine gun designed for issue to special forces made by SIMA-CEFAR, updated with a longer barrel and other features. The name was changed from previous MGP models due to modifications, including a change to a barrel with a thr ...

                                               

Mario Lopez (jurist)

Mario Villamor Lopez is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines. He was appointed by President Rodrigo Duterte to replace Francis Jardeleza.

                                               

Philippine Constabulary Metropolitan Command

The Philippine Constabulary Metropolitan Command or MetroCom was created pursuant to Executive Order of the President on 14 July 1967 to supplement police forces within the Greater Manila Area and combat all forms of criminal activity.

                                               

Auk-class minesweeper

The Auk class were Allied minesweepers serving with the United States Navy and the British Royal Navy during the Second World War. In total, there were 95 Auk s built.

                                               

Ilocos Norte-class patrol boat

The Ilocos Norte class is a 35-metre 115 ft, all-aluminium patrol boat designed by Tenix Shipbuilding in Australia, based on the companys Pacific-class patrol boat. Four vessels were delivered to the Philippine Coast Guard in December 2001. An op ...

                                               

Floro PDW

The Floro PDW is a compact carbine that has been developed by the Floro International of the Philippines for conventional forces, as a replacement for their 9mm caliber sidearms and submachine guns.

                                               

GA Personal Defense Weapon

The 10" Personal Defense Weapon is a proposed automatic rifle made by the Government Arsenal of the Philippines, based on the M4 carbine/M16 rifle. It cycles fully automatic with specially developed 7.62×37mm Musang subsonic and supersonic rounds ...

                                               

PVAR rifle

The Pneumatic Valve and Rod rifle also known as UDMC PVAR rifle is a Filipino assault rifle, manufactured by United Defense Manufacturing Corporation, and is a variant of the Armalite AR-15 and M16 rifle. The rifle uses the pneumatic valve and ro ...

                                               

Sibat

Sibat is the Filipino word for spear, used as a weapon or tool by natives of the Philippines. The term is used in Tagalog and Kinaray-a. It also called bangkaw, sumbling or palupad in the islands of Visayas and Mindanao, and budjak among Muslim F ...

                                               

Camp Aguinaldo

Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo is the military headquarters of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and is located in Quezon City in the Philippines. It is located along Epifanio de los Santos Ave., in front of Camp Crame, the national headquarters ...

                                               

Camp Atienza

Camp Gen. Rigoberto Atienza or Camp Atienza in Libis, Quezon City was named after the 9th Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. Camp Atienza serves as the headquarters of the 51st Engineering Brigade.

                                               

Colonel Jesus Villamor Air Base

Colonel Jesus Villamor Air Base, or simply Villamor Air Base, is the headquarters of the Philippine Air Force and shares runways with the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. It is also known as Nichols Field or Nichols Air Base possible known as ...

                                               

Antonio Bautista Air Base

Antonio Bautista Air Base is a Military Airbase located on Puerto Princesa, Palawan. The base shares a single, 9.000 foot long runway with Puerto Princesa Airport.

                                               

Camp General Basilio Navarro

Camp General Basilio Navarro serves as the main operating base of the Armed Forces of the Philippines for the Southwest Philippines, and is the Headquarters of the Western Mindanao Command.

                                               

Camp Iranun

Camp Iranun is a Philippine Army military base located in Barira, Maguindanao, Philippines. It is named after the Iranun people, a Moro ethnic group native to the area encompassing the boundaries of Maguindanao, Lanao del Sur and North Cotabato p ...

                                               

List of Philippine Military Academy alumni

This is a partial list of notable Philippine Military Academy alumni. Ruperto Kangleon, 1914, PA - 6th Secretary of National Defense, Senator. Fidel Ramos, 1951, USMA 50 - President of the Philippines, 18th Secretary of National Defense, AFP Chie ...