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Hence, it is pointless to set an age limit for the ceremonial practice of 'rukhsati' and not for nikah, which practically constitutes an act of marriage between two people.
Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Jan 27 ( ANI ): India and China on Friday held a ceremonial Border Personnel meeting (BPM) on the occasion of India's 69th Republic Day at Indian BPM hut in Daulat Beg Oldi (DBO) and Chushul area of Jammu and Kashmir's Leh.
The ceremonial dinner was attended by a number of their highnesses, their excellencies, commanders of the armed forces and ROP, and high-ranking military and civilian officers.
The two leaders are also set to witness the ceremonial launching of the Dangerous Drugs Abuse Treatment Rehabilitation Center.
Equipped with 13-pounder field guns dating from the First World War, the soldiers are superb equestrians who, when not performing ceremonial duties, can be deployed around the world on operations.
The ceremonial guard mounting was followed by laying of floral wreath at the Mazar-e-Quaid by the chief guest on behalf of Chief of the Naval Staff, officers and men of Pakistan Navy.
This study explores the archaeological evidence of ceremonial buildings, cultic buildings, and sanctuaries in Scandinavia during the period 550-1100, looking at what these structures can tell us about pre-Christian rulersAE religious strategies, such as ceremonial feasts and rituals, for gaining political authority.
with Maria Ines Aliverti and Anna Maria Testaverde, eds, Ceremonial Entries in Early Modern Europe: The Iconography of Power (European Festival Studies: 1450--1700), Farnham, Ashgate, 2015; hardback; pp.
COLOMBO (CyHAN)- PM Narendra Modi on Friday was accorded ceremonial 'Guard of Honour' in Sri Lanka's capital Colombo.
Scalia, a staunch Catholic known for his hostility toward strict church-state separation, has at times promoted a doctrine called "ceremonial deism"--a term generally interpreted to mean government endorsement of generic forms of religion for mostly ceremonial purposes.
AMMO is one of the UK's leading suppliers of ceremonial equipment to the armed forces from its lowprofile premises in Lombard Street, Digbeth, on the edge of the city centre.
Tom Lawson were on hand for the return of ceremonial guards at the National War Memorial for the first time since Cpl.