Amol


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Amol

(ämōl`), city (1991 pop. 139,923), Mazandaran prov., N Iran, near the Caspian Sea. It is a trade center for oranges, rice, iron, and coal.
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On September 1, specific information was received that one key member of this cartel namely Chamling Amol would come to supply a huge consignment of drugs to one of its Delhi based contacts in a white car, the police said.
In this one-off documentary, Amol follows working-class lads Amaan and Elvis, who are struggling in their quest to become city boys, and Leeds students Dominique and Jack, who are starting to suspect that when it comes to the media, it's not what you know but who you know.
Amol replaces Joseph Driscoll, who is stepping down from his current role as CFO.
Amol says she is willig, with her family, to return to South Sudan.
Amol Dhote has been promoted to assistant director of operations at Mint of Leaf of London, Dubai.
New York: Citi announced today the appointment of Amol Gupte as Citi Country Officer (CCO) for Singapore and Head of ASEAN, pending regulatory approval.
According to the news statemens these Iranian persons seems to be from Amol, Behshahr and Ghaem Shahr.
Daisy Amol, 22 was hurt as she fled the fire that started at around 4:08 p.m., according to fire investigator Ramil Gillado of the Central Fire Station.
The Basic Research prize went to Amol Punjabi, 17, of Marlborough, Mass., who created a computer program that finds new targets for treating cancer and heart disease.
Journalists posted photos of their final hours on the print edition and of editor Amol Rajan speaking to a crowded newsroom after it was sent to press for the last time.
TEHRAN (FNA)- An earthquake measuring 4.1 degrees on the Richter scale jolted the city of Amol in Northern province of Mazandaran on Wednesday.
The decision was taken by a 17- member jury headed by film- maker Amol Palekar.