Birla School, Kalyan

Coordinates: 19°15′00″N 73°08′47″E / 19.250128°N 73.146450°E / 19.250128; 73.146450 Birla School, Kalyan (CBSE Board) is a school in the Thane district of Mumbai Metropolis, Maharashtra India.

Birla School

Location

Kalyan, Maharashtra
India

Information

Type
co-educational

Established
1998 (1998)

Medium of language
English

Website
Official website

Contents

1 About
2 Co-curricular activities
3 References
4 External links

About[edit]
Birla School, Kalyan is a co-educational public school managed by Kalyan Citizen’s Education Society (KCES) and affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi. The school was founded in 1998 with the blessings of Syt. Basant Kumar Birla, Chairman of B.K. Birla Group of Companies and Dr. Sarala Birla. The school is located adjacent to Birla College, which also comes under the aegis of KCES. The school is spread over six acres of land and has the infrastructure of international standard. Mrs. Ranjana Jangra is the current principal of the school. It was ranked 6th in Mumbai in the national curriculum by the Times School Survey,2016.
Co-curricular activities[edit]
Birla School also has a new basketball court with the upcoming canteen facility. The school has 2 physics labs, 2 chemistry labs, 2 biology labs, 1 geography lab, 1 math lab and 4 sports rooms. It also has a computer lab. Yoga, martial arts, aerobics, music (singing and instrumental), dance (classical and contemporary), art and craft, maths club, reading club, science club, nature club, oratorical club, art and craft club, creative club, drama club and sports club are some of the included activities round the year. It has a library with a wide range of books.
Located in the heart of the Taluka, Birla School comes under the KCES and Century Rayon, Shahad led by Mr. O. R. Chitlange.[1]
References[edit]

^ Century Rayon Official Website

www.birlaschoolkalyan.com
External links[edit]
Documentary Film on Birla School by Makshi Infotech

George P. Barker

George Payson Barker (October 25, 1807 in Rindge, Cheshire County, New Hampshire – January 27, 1848 in Buffalo, Erie County, New York) was an American lawyer and politician.
Life[edit]
He attended Amherst College from 1823 to 1826, and then entered Union College from which he graduated in 1827. While in college, he studied law with Alonzo C. Paige at Schenectady, New York, after graduating he studied law with Stephen G. Austin at Buffalo, and was admitted to the bar in 1830. He practiced law in partnership with Austin until 1832, then with John T. Hudson until 1836. In 1834, he married Abby Coit. From 1837 to 1839, he practiced law with Seth E. Sill and Seth C. Hawley, then with Sill only until July 1847, and finally with George Coit, Jr.
Political career[edit]
In 1828, he entered politics joining the Jacksonians, and later becoming a Democrat. In June 1829, he was appointed Clerk of the Village of Buffalo. In 1831 he ran for the Assembly, but was defeated by the Anti-Masonic candidates. In 1832, he was appointed first Attorney of the City of Buffalo, later District Attorney of Erie County which office he resigned in December 1836. In 1834, he ran for Congress but was defeated by the Anti-Masonic candidate Thomas C. Love.
He was a member from Erie County of the New York State Assembly in 1836. On January 31, 1838, he was commissioned a captain in the New York State Militia, on February 12 he was elected a major, on August 14 a lieutenant colonel, and in June 1839 brigadier general of the 8th Brigade, retiring from the militia when he was elected Attorney General in 1842. In 1840, he ran for Mayor of Buffalo, New York, but was defeated by the Whig candidate Sheldon Thompson in a close race: 1135 for Thompson, 1125 for Barker. He was New York State Attorney General from 1842 to 1845. From 1846 to 1847, he was again District Attorney of Erie County.
Sources[edit]

[1] Political Graveyard
[2] Mayors of Buffalo
Google Book Life of George P. Barker by George J. Bryan (Oliver G. Steele, Buffalo NY, 1849)

Legal offices

Preceded by
Willis Hall
New York State Attorney General
1842–1845
Succeeded by
John Van Buren

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Attorneys General of New York

Benson
Varick
Burr
M Lewis
Lawrence
J Hoffman
Spencer
Woodworth
Hildreth
Van Vechten
Hildreth
Emmet
Van Vechten
M Van Buren
Oakley
Talcott
Bronson
Beardsley
Hall
Barker
J Van Buren
Jordan
Chatfield
Stow
O Hoffman
Cushing
Tremain
Myers
Dickinson
Cochrane
Martindale
Champlain
Barlow
Pra

Jerry Singirok

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Jerry Singirok was the commander of the Papua New Guinea Defence Force throughout the Sandline affair of 1997.

Contents

1 Military career
2 Sandline affair
3 Dismissal and subsequent inquiry
4 Legacy
5 References

Military career[edit]
Singirok was a career soldier who had risen through the ranks of the PNGDF, including a time as commander of the forces on Bougainville. In the mid-1990s, he was promoted to Brigadier-General, and given the position of commander.
Then, in 1996, Tim Spicer, an ex-Colonel in the Scots Guards, who had recently founded the mercenary firm Sandline International, met with Singirok. Spicer attempted to persuade Singirok to support a package of military support that Spicer had negotiated with then-defence minister Mathias Ijape. Singirok declined, but the deal went ahead anyway, with the support of Ijape, Prime Minister Sir Julius Chan and Deputy Prime Minister Chris Haiveta.
It is unclear just how much Singirok knew of the events in between that meeting and the leaking of the affair to the international media on 10 February 1997. When the story broke in The Australian newspaper, Singirok was in the Philippines, and the mercenaries were already in Port Moresby. When he returned on 27 February, his mind was made up. He condemned the government for leaving him, as head of the PNGDF, out of the loop, and condemned Spicer for having more access to the government than he did. Over the next week, he made plans for Operation Rausim Kwik (pidgin for ‘get rid of them fast’). On 8 March, he asked Major Walter Enuma to command the operation. Enuma agreed.
Sandline affair[edit]
Main article: Sandline affair
On the night of 16 March, Singirok’s soldiers swooped. They arrested Spicer, the mercenaries, and their support staff. The next morning, Singirok went on national radio, and accused Prime Minister Chan, Defence Minister Ijape, and Deputy Prime Minister Haiveta of corruption, and gave them 48 hours to resign. He also fiercely denied allegations that he was aiming to take power himself. Chan refused to resign, and the same day, sacked Singirok as Commander of the PNGDF, replacing him with the c

Gareth Edwards (Berkshire cricketer)

For other people with the same name, see Gareth Edwards (disambiguation).
Gareth Edwards (born 30 November 1973) was an English cricketer who played for Berkshire. He was born in Exeter.
Having represented Berkshire in the Minor Counties Championship between 1997 and 2001, Edwards made a single List A appearance for the team, in the 1999 NatWest Trophy, against Devon. From the tailend, Edwards scored 5 runs, and took bowling figures of 0-30 from six overs of bowling.
External links[edit]

Gareth Edwards at Cricket Archive