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  2. CNIC (Pakistan) - Wikipedia

    The CNIC issuance required the applicant to provide the state with digital fingerprint biometrics. and thus set the stage for the first citizen data warehouse in the country. NADRA subsequently launched the Smart National Identity Card (SNIC) in 2012 which is a chip-based ID card with transliteration of cardholders bio-data to English.

  3. Maria Hertogh - Wikipedia

    Maria Hertogh (born Huberdina Maria Hertogh; 24 March 1937 – 8 July 2009), also known as Bertha Hertogh, Nadra binte Ma'arof, Nadra Adabi and simply as Natrah, was a Dutch woman of Eurasian extraction and Malay upbringing, notable for being at the centre of the Maria Hertogh riots as a girl.

  4. Electronic identification - Wikipedia

    NADRA aims to replace all 89.5 million CNICs with SNICs by 2020. Serbia. Serbia has its first trustful and reliable electronic identity since June 2019. The first reliable service provider is The Office for IT and eGovernment, through which citizens and residents of Serbia can access services on eGovernment Portal and eHealth portal.

  5. Unitard - Wikipedia

    A unitard is a skintight, one-piece garment with long legs and sometimes long sleeves, usually stopping at the wrists and ankles. It differs from a leotard which does not have long legs.

  6. Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2018

    Transgender people may change their gender in the National Database & Registration Authority (NADRA) records on their own discretion; Harassing a transgender person at home or in a public place is prohibited; Discrimination of transgender people either educationally or socially is prohibited

  7. Fashion Nova - Wikipedia

    Fashion Nova is an American fast fashion retail company. The company primarily operates online, but it also has five brick-and-mortar locations. Fashion Nova is known to use social media marketing, particularly on Instagram.

  8. History of the Jews in Pakistan - Wikipedia

    The history of the Jews in Pakistan dates at least as far back as 1839, when Pakistan was a part of British India. Various estimates suggest that there were about 1,000 to 2,500 Jews living in Karachi at the beginning of the 20th century, mostly comprising Iranian Jews and Bene Israel (Indian Jews); a substantial Jewish community lived in Rawalpindi, and a smaller community also lived in Peshawar.

  9. Shahzad Sheikh - Wikipedia

    Shahzad Sheikh (Punjabi, Urdu: شہزاد شیخ) is a Pakistani television and film actor.He is the son of Pakistani actor, director and producer Jawed Sheikh.He made his acting debut with the television series Dreamers (2011), and has since gained success with starring roles in several successful television series, including the comedy Annie Ki Ayegi Baraat (2012), the teen romance Choti Si ...