November 21

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November 21


Great American Smokeout (Third Thursday in November) Nov 21, 2013; Nov 21, 2019

National Bible Week (November, begins the Sunday before Thanksgiving)

Tellabration (Third weekend in November) Nov 21, 2015; Nov 21, 2020; Nov 21, 2021

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It must be mentioned here that foundation stone of this ancient school was laid down by Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto on 21st November, 1963, when he was the minister for foreign affairs of Pakistan.
London, United Kingdom, July 26, 2019 --( SMi's 9th annual Social Media in the Defence & Military Sector is set to commence on 20th - 21st November in London.
'By the noon of Wednesday 21st November, various electronic platforms particularly the social media applications such as WhatsApp and Telegram began to receive and circulate, the purported e-copy of the TRANSITION HOURS which in a matter of hours, was discovered to be fake as it differed from the published work to sabotage the intellectual work of the author, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan.
The Inaugural World Cup of Over 50's players will start from 21st November and Final will be played on 5th December in Sydney, Australia.
The expected return on the issue, which begins on 21st November 2018 and matures on 20th February 2019, is 4.25 % compared to 4.20 for the previous issue on 17th October 2018.
Friends please meet for service and cremation at Mountsett Crematorium, Dipton on Wednesday 21st November at 2.00pm.
Funeral service to be held at Chapel Of St Bede on Wednesday 21st November 12pm.
Would friends please meet for funeral service at South Shields Crematorium on Wednesday 21st November at 12.30pm.
Jim's funeral service will be held at Kenneth Keegan Funeral Directors, 149 George St, Paisley on Wednesday 21st November at 12pm to which all family and friends are respectfully invited and thereafter to Hawkhead Cemetery arriving approximately 12.50pm JOHNSTONE Rober t Peacefully at Inverclyde Hospital on Tuesday 6th November, Robert.
Funeral service to take place on Wednesday 21st November at 1.20pm at Blacon Crematorium.
Eighteen detainees, many of them Kashmiris, were injured after they were beaten up without any reason by the staff of Tihar jail on the night of 21st November. The victims included Shahid Yousuf, the son of prominent freedom leader, Syed Salahuddin.