Synonyms for kolaka or Related words with kolaka

konawe              mamuju              donggala              bengkalis              situbondo              mongondow              nunukan              takalar              wonosobo              enrekang              bulukumba              pasaman              pematang              jeneponto              taliabu              pandeglang              bolaang              kotawaringin              blora              sanggau              indramayu              probolinggo              wetan              sijunjung              pamekasan              kepulauan              solok              sukoharjo              tuban              trenggalek              brebes              siantar              majalengka              berau              morowali              ketapang              sampang              pacitan              tasikmalaya              cianjur              labuhan              pasuruan              sumedang              tulungagung              sragen              banjarnegara              gorontalo              karanganyar              hasundutan              grobogan             

Examples of "kolaka"
Kolaka Regency ("Kabupaten Kolaka") is a regency of Southeast Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. The principal town lies at Kolaka.
The Kolaka Regency was until 2013 divided into 20 districts ("kecamatan"), tabulated below with their 2010 Census population. In 2013, the 9 eastern "kecamatan" were removed to form the new Kolaka Timur ("East Kolaka") Regency, leaving the 11 western "kecamatan" in Kolaka Regency.
On 14 December 2012, the Indonesian Parliament approved the establishment of a new East Kolaka Regency ("Kolaka Timur"), to be split off from the existing Kolaka Regency; the new regency - which came into effect in 2013 under Law No. 8 of 2013 - comprises the 9 districts detailed below with their 2010 Census population. The districts are subdivided into 96 villages.
On 14 December 2012, the Indonesian Parliament approved the establishment of a new East Kolaka Regency ("Kolaka Timur"), to be split off from the existing Kolaka Regency; the new regency - which came into effect in 2013 under Law No. 8 of 2013 - comprises the 9 districts detailed below.
Ngapa is a village in Kolaka Regency, in the province of Southeast Sulawesi in eastern Indonesia.
The North Kolaka Regency was divided at 2010 into fifteen districts ("kecamatan"), tabulated below with their 2010 Census population.
North Kolaka Regency is a regency of South East Sulawesi province of Indonesia. The principal town lies at Lasusua.
The figures for the Konawe Regency include those for the newly established Konawe Islands Regency, and the figures for the Kolaka Regency include those for the newly established East Kolaka Regency (which is wholly insular, essentially consisting of the island of Wawonii).
In the first years of Ottoman rule (1466) Kolaka had 47 households. In 1506, it had 50 Christian households and in 1521 52. In 1541, it rose to 61 and to 76 in 1576. In 1815, the traveller Argyris Filippidis wrote about Kolaka: "It had about 20 Christian houses. They grow wheat, barley and other grains, they drink wine, they have sheep and goats and they said they live well." Kolaka was home to three revolutionary leaders of the Greek War of Independence of 1821: Michalis Athanasiou, Argyris Anestis and Ioannis Dimou.
The Tamborasi River is a river in Tamborasi, Kolaka, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. With a length of 20 m, the river is claimed to be the world's shortest river.
Southeast Sulawesi is divided into twelve regencies (including the new East Kolaka Regency and Konawe Islands Regency, both established in 2013 from parts of Kolaka Regency and Konawe Regency respectively) and two autonomous cities, listed below with their (provisional) populations at the 2010 Census and according to the latest official estimates (for January 2014), although the latter do not take account of the new regencies created since 2010:
The province has no highway road connecting to the rest of the island, and the primary transportation link is a ferry across the Bone Gulf between Watampone (Bone) in South Sulawesi and the port of Kolaka in Southeast Sulawesi.
On January 10th, 1834 was established by Law the City of Atalanti, including outside the Atalanti, the villages: Skala, Skenteraga (Megaplatanos), Kyparissi, Kolaka, Bogdanos, Exarchos and Drouskos. First elected mayor in 1836 was Efstathios Spyridonos.
Tokinivae is an islet of Nui atoll, in the Pacific Ocean state of Tuvalu.< Nui tradition is that Kolaka, a warrior from Nukufetau came on several raiding expeditions to Tokinivae, until he was killed and buried at Tararorae.
The East Kolaka Regency is a new regency of South East Sulawesi, Indonesia, established in 2013. The administrative centre lies at Tirawuta; its interim Regent is Tony Herbiansyah. The area is 3,634.74 km², and the estimated population (2013) is 123,507.
On 18 December 2003, Wakatobi was officially designated as one of the enlarged regencies in Southeast Sulawesi that was established by virtue of Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 29 of 2003 on the Establishment of the Regency of Bombana, Regency of Wakatobi and Regency of North Kolaka.
The unrevised population of the province was 1,771,951 in the Indonesia 2000 census, increasing to 2,230,569 for the 2010 decennial censuscomprising 1,120,225 males, and 1,110,344 females. Kolaka, Muna and Konawe Selatan were the 3 most populous regencies. The latest official estimate (for January 2014) is 2,417,962.Islam is predominant religion (96,2%).
Abbas was an unsuccessful candidate in the General Election of Regional Head for Kolaka in Southeast Sulawesi in October 2013. In addition, Abbas campaigned as an independent presidential candidate with the slogan "AkuIndonesia." He also ran unsuccessfully as a legislative candidate in the 2014 Pemilu to represent the electoral district of DKI Jakarta III in Senayan.
The brightly colored tins of J.B. Mangharam biscuits and sweets produced in 1950s and 1960s, featuring pictures from Indian tradition (Shakuntala and Bharat, Mira Bai, baby Krishna, Krishna with flute) and selected cities (Mumbai VT, Kolaka Howra Bridge, Amritsar Golden temple) are now regarded as collectibles.
Later in the same week, the House, at its last plenary meeting of the year, approved the creation of a further seven new regencies - Mahakam Ulu (in East Kalimantan), Malaka (in East Nusa Tenggara), Central Mamuju (in West Sulawesi), Banggai Laut (in Central Sulawesi), Tailabu Island (in North Maluku), Penukal Abab Lematang Ilir (in South Sumatra) and East Kolaka (in Southeast Sulawesi).