As he went out to investigate, the wounded Sirdar
and his chauffeur confronted him.
Minister KhalifE[umlaut] considered in a statement issued after the meeting that the Ambassador Sirdar
Kellick played an active role in developing relations between the two countries.
Squadron Leader Rana, TS Chhina, Brigadier Bourne-May, Col John Moody, Harbinder Singh Rana; Balkar Singh, Capt Harnot Gill, Kamal Roop Singh; Capt Makand Singh, Staff Sgt Phillip Rokotuni, Narinder Dhesi Singh, Maj Jim Sweeney; Ray Dixon, Hadry Matharu, WO Mark Stanley, Amardeep Bains; PC Daljit Singh Nijjar, Sirdar
Harminder Singh, Insp Jaswant Singh Uppal
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From another of the stories in Slow Learner: "The Sirdar
had retaken Khartum, the outrage was avenged, but people had forgotten.
But it was all much calmer at Sirdar
, where shares were unchanged following a final bill of just pounds 500,000 to cover the recall of specialist yarn Fizz in February.
But considered in light of decisions such as Sirdar
The highest-ranking British officer in Egypt known as the Sirdar
also served as Governor General of the Sudan.
Translation Prize for their translation of The Sirdar
, by Grigor Prlicev.
The men on the spot in Cairo -- Ronald Storrs, the fastidious man of letters whose command of Arabic left much to be desired; Reginald Wingate, the governor-general of the Sudan and Sirdar
("commander-in-chief") of the Egyptian army--who succeeded McMahon as British High Commissioner before the end of the war--and Gilbert Clayton, the blundering spymaster who failed to see that Arab nationalism was, in fact, a nationalism without nationalists; as well as that colorful band of Arabists brought together by the Oxford archaeologist David Hogarth in the Arab Bureau--do not emerge unscathed from Kedourie's brisk and lively account.
Twelve of these, including Sir Lee Stack, Sirdar
of the Egyptian Army, and governor-general of the Sudan, were fatalities.