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Altaf Fatima

Altaf Fatima (; born 1929 in Lucknow , LucknowBritish India ) is an LucknowBritish IndiaUrdu novelist, short-story writer, and teacher (specializing in LucknowBritish IndiaUrduMuhammad Iqbal ). Her novel ''Dastak Na Do'' ("Do not knock") is regarded as one of the defining works in the LucknowBritish IndiaUrduMuhammad IqbalUrdu language. An adaptation was presented on Pakistan television and an abridged translation was serialised by the Karachi monthly, ''Herald''.===Early life===Altaf Fatima... read more

Fatima Whitbread

Fatima Whitbread MBE (born Fatima Vedad; 3 March 1961) is a British former javelin thrower. She is a former world champion and world record holder. She won the 1986 European Championships in Stuttgart and the 1987 World Championships in Rome. Whitbread is also a two-time Olympic medallist, winning bronze at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics and silver at the 1988 Seoul Olympics .==Early life==Whitbread was born in 1988 Seoul OlympicsStoke Newington , London, to a 1988 Seoul OlympicsStoke... read more

Fatima Meer

Fatima Meer (12 August 1928 – 12 March 2010) was a South Africa n writer, academic, screenwriter, and prominent anti- South Africaapartheid activist.== Early life ==Fatima Meer was born in Durban, into a middle-class family of nine, where her father Moosa Ismail Meer, a newspaper editor of ''The Indian Views'', instilled in her a consciousness of the racial discrimination that existed in the country. Her mother was Rachel Farrell, the second wife of Moosa Ismail Meer. She completed her schooling... read more

Fatima Dahman

Fatima Sulaiman Dahman (born November 10, 1992 in Taiz) is a Yemeni sprinter. She competed in the 100 metres competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics; she ran the preliminaries in 13.95 seconds, which did not qualify her for Round 1.==References==Category:Athletes (track and field) at the 2012 Summer OlympicsCategory:Athletes (track and field) at the 2010 Asian GamesCategory:Asian Games competitors for YemenCategory:World Championships in Athletics athletes for Yemen read more

Fatima Effendi

Fatima Effendi (born 17 December 1989) is a Pakistani actress and model. She has performed her best role in the Pakistani drama series ''Man-O-Salwa'', ''Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan'', ''Ishq Ibadat'' and ''Kash Mai Teri Beti Na Hoti''.== Personal life ==Effendi was born to a Sindhi Muslim family in Karachi, Pakistan. Her mother Fouzia Mushtaq is also an actress. She has two brothers and a sister.She married Kanwar Arsalan On 17 November 2012 in Karachi. They have a son, Almir.==Career==She is currently... read more

Liptena fatima

''Liptena fatima'', the Fatima Liptena, is a butterfly in the Lycaenidae family. It is found in Ghana, Nigeria (the Niger Delta and the eastern part of the country), Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea (Bioko and Mbini), Gabon, the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo (Uele, Tshuapa, Equateur, Kinshasa, Kasai and Sankuru). The habitat consists of forests. read more

Fatima Hamroush

Fatima Hamroush (Arabic: فاطمة الحمروش) (born 14 February 1960) is an ophthalmologist and Libyan politician.==Personal life==Born in Benghazi on 14 February 1960, Hamroush moved to Ireland in 1996 and later became an Irish citizen. She lived in Julianstown, County Meath, Ireland. She has four children.==Medical career==In February 1983, Hamroush graduated with a medical degree (MB BS) from Garyounis University and in December 1999 became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.http://www.medicalcouncil.ie/Registration/Search-for-a-doctor/Search-Results/?regno=020872&doctorid=30018136... read more

Fatima, Bohol

Land area is . According to the , it has a population of . The Ubay National Science High School, the second science high school in the province, is located on the southern part of the barangay.Fatima celebrates its annual fiesta on 13 May, in honor of its patron saint.== Location ==Fatima is bounded by to the north Camotes Sea, to the west by Poblacion, to the east by Katarungan, and to the south by Bood.== Political subdivisions ==There are seven puroks overseen by the elected kagawads including... read more

Fatima Sadiqi

Fatima Sadiqi (فاطمة صديقي) is a senior professor of Linguistics and Gender Studies at Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, in Fez, Morocco.==Early life==Fatima Sadiqi is the daughter of Haj Mohamed Ben Mohamed ou Lahcen Sadiqi and Hajja Fadma Bent Haj Ahmed N’ayt Bourhim. Her father was a military officer of rural origin. Sadiqi was born in Kenitra, Morocco as the eldest of nine children : Mohamed (father of Amine and Hind), Malika (mother of Hassan and Hasnaa), Khadija (mother of Anass,... read more

Fatima Kabafa'anu

Fatima Kabafa'anu (fl. 1704), was a Sultana regnant of the Maldives. She was the consort of sultan Ibrahim Mudzhuhiruddine of the Maldives, and briefly regent herself in 1704.Her husband was rumored to have died during the trip on his return from his pilgrimage to Mecca. When the rumor reached Malé, Fatima took power with the intent to proclaim herself monarch of the Maldives. During her reign, she banished her rival and brother-in-law, admiral Hussain to Naifaru. Fatima was, however, defeated by... read more

Dioptis fatima

''Dioptis fatima'' is a moth of the Notodontidae family. It is found in Brazil, Venezuela, Guyana, Surinam, French Guiana and Peru. read more

Fatima (1849)

''Fatima'' was a 521 ton barque that was wrecked on 26 June 1854 in the Torres Strait. She was built by R. Hutchinson, Sunderland, launched in 1849 and registered at Liverpool.She sailed from London, England on 17 January 1850, under the command of Captain Ray, arriving at Port Adelaide, Australia on 11 June.Under the command of Captain W. Hardie, on a voyage from Melbourne to Batavia, she struck the Great Detached Reef and was wrecked on 26 June 1854. The crew were rescued by the ''Bato'' off Raine... read more

Batool Fatima

Syeda Batool Fatima Naqvi known as Batool Fatima (born 14 August 1982) is a female cricketer who plays for Pakistan. She has played 50 ODI games since 2001 and one Test in 2004.==External links==Category:Pakistan women One Day International cricketersCategory:Pakistan women Twenty20 International cricketersCategory:Cricketers at the 2010 Asian GamesCategory:Asian Games gold medalists for PakistanCategory:Asian Games medalists in cricket read more

Fatima Adoum

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SS Fatima

SS Fatima was the first ship ever registered in Karachi, Pakistan in 1948.Malik, Iftikhar Ahmed, ''History of Pakistan Merchant Navy 1947- 2009'' Karachi 2010 (privately published) pg 12 It was cargo vessel belonging to East & West Steamship Company.==Name==The ship was named after Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah, the First Lady of Pakistan.==History==She was built by Burn and Company, Howrah, Calcutta in 1942.Malik, Iftikhar Ahmed, ''History of Pakistan Merchant Navy 1947- 2009'' Karachi 2010 (privately... read more


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