Synonyms for nanma or Related words with nanma

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Examples of "nanma"
Nanma -----Helping poor people & caner patients etc.(food fest)
Nanma is a 2007 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Sarathchandran Wayanad, starring Kalabhavan Mani and Rahman in the lead roles.
The Nanma–Linqu Campaign (南临战役) consisted of two battles fought at Nanma (南麻) and Linqu (临朐) in Shandong between the communists and the nationalists during the Chinese Civil War in the post World War II era, and resulted in the nationalist victory.
Nanma Niranjavan Sreenivasan is a 1990 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Viji Thampi and produced by Kalliyoor Sasi. The film stars Jayaram, Urvashi, Mukesh and Ranjini in lead roles. The film had musical score by Johnson.
In Jan 2014, The Group in association with Mathrubhumi has initiated to organize a social event named "Mathrubhumi Vidya - VKC Junior Nanma" to motivate the junior students to involve into the social activities and to inculcate civic consciousness among the little ones.
Nanma Arts And Sports Club is a sports-cultural organisation. Its functioning as a promoter of the game volleyball. In the occasions of Onam and Christmas, they actively participate the celebrations. Most of the members in the club are youngsters below an age of thirty. They conduct several sports programs also like "All Kerala Volleyball Tournament".
On 17 August, a police team led by Debesh Kumar Behera, ACP (South) raided Nanma books in Court Road, Kozhikode and a huge cache of books and compact discs containing incriminating and anti-national content were seized at the publishing firm.
On July 17, 1947, the advance guard of 4 enemy columns approached the town of Nanma (南麻) and by the next day, all nationalist positions outside the city wall had fallen to the enemy hands. The nationalist Reorganized 11th Division was forced withdrew behind the city wall on July 18, 1947. Confident that the town would fall just as easily as the nationalist positions outside the city wall, the enemy advance guards unleashed their attacks on the town before the arrival of the main force. However, the bad weather the enemy had counted on turned against them by completely soaking the poorly equipped communist peasantry army, including their ammunition, while the flood caused by the heavy rain prevent the enemy reinforcement from arriving. Hu Lien (胡琏), the defenders' brilliant nationalist commander who had badly mauled the enemy numerous time, was well aware that the isolated city would be attacked for certain and prior to the battle, had ordered the completion of a comprehensive fortifications within 20 days. These fortifications proved to be instrumental in defeating the attacking enemy. Meanwhile, the better equipped nationalists had mobilized the Reorganized 8th Division to reinforce Linqu (临朐) from north, and the Reorganized 25th Division and the 64th Division to reinforce Nanma (南麻) from south. After three nights and four days of fierce fighting without any necessary equipment and thus any progress, and the nationalist reinforcement approaching fast, the enemy attacking Nanma (南麻) was forced to withdraw when they learned that their main force could not make it in time.
After the communist victory of Southwestern Shandong Campaign in early July 1947, Zaozhuang, Yi City (Yi Cheng, 峄城), Fei (费) County, Dawenkou (大汶口) and Tai'an fell into the enemy hands, while Xuzhou was threatened, and the nationalists were forced to redeploy seven reorganized divisions for reinforcement since July 12, 1947 to reinforce southwestern Shandong. As a result of this redeployment, the nationalists only had four divisions in the mountainous regions in central Shandong. Taking this advantage, the communists hoped to take the nationalist strongholds of Nanma (南麻) and Linqu (临朐) and annihilating the nationalist defenders in the process, little did they know that they were gravely mistaken.
About 10 years after the death of her father, Shi Jianqiao tracked down Sun Chuanfang in Tianjin. Shortly after 3pm on November 13, 1935, she approached him from behind while he was leading a sutra-recitation session at his lay-Buddhist society on Nanma Road. She then killed the kneeling former warlord by shooting him three times with her Browning pistol. After the assassination, she stayed at the crime scene to explain her deed and distribute mimeographed pamphlets to bystanders. Her case drew a significant amount of public and media attention.
He is noted for playing in Kamal's films during the late 1980s and early 1990s, in films such as "Pradeshika Varthakal" (1989), "Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal" (1989), and "Shubha Yathra" (1990) (all of them scripted by Ranjith), where he co-starred with his wife Parvathy. He later did a film scripted by Ranjith with the story by Jagathy Sreekumar and directed by Viji Thampi named "Witness" (1988). He teamed up with Viji Thampi and Ranjith in "Nanma Niranjavan Srinivasan" (1990) where he played a police constable who is in search of a criminal played by Mukesh. During the early 90s he acted in Bharathan's "Keli" (1991) and "Malootty" (1992).
Dhanya Mary Varghese was born to Varghese and Sheeba at Koothattukulam near Muvattupuzha, Kerala, India. She has a younger brother, Dikson. She completed schooling at St. Josephs Higher secondary school and M.K.M. Higher Secondary School, Piravom. She is the product of famous institution Kalabhavan. She pursued bachelors from St. Teresa's College in Kochi.She came to the Malayalam movie industry as a junior artist, She was one of the group dancers in the song "Thottuvilichalo.." in the movie Swapnam Kondu Thulabharam.She made her acting debut in the Tamil film "Thirudi" and later debuted in Malayalam through "Nanma" directed by Sharath Chandran Vayanad. She rose to prominence through her role in "Thalappavu". She later acted in several Malayalam films such as "", "Kerala Cafe" and "Nayakan". She was one of the anchors in "Vanitha Asianet-Film awards 2009". She appeared on several Malayalam musical albums. She appeared as a guest judge in the 2010 season of the music reality-television program Idea Star Singer on Asianet.
He was absent from the Malayalam film industry in the late 1990s as he concentrated on Tamil and Telugu films. After a long absence, he acted in "Mazhavil Koodaram", "King Solomon" and "Hitlist". After another interval, he came back with the movie "Dreams", playing the role of a police officer. Another of his comeback movies was "Black", alongside Mammootty. In 2008, he completed his silver jubilee as an actor. After "Black", he acted in films such as "Rajamanikyam", "Mahasamudram", and "Bhargavacharitham Moonnam Khandam". He was the hero in films like "Abraham and Lincoln" and "Nanma" along with Kalabhavan Mani. He also acted in director of Kamal's film "Goal" and Ranjith's Mohanlal film "Rock & Roll". Another one was "Moss & Cat", directed by Fazil with Dileep as his co-star.
The nationalist victory was significant political and morale boost and had profound impact on the nationalist tactics in the following engagements. In the earlier Menglianggu Campaign, numerically and technically superior nationalist force was defeated by the numerically and technically inferior enemy out in the open, while in this campaign, the only advantage the nationalists had was the technical superiority, and the numerically inferior defenders were able to thwart the numerically superior enemy’s offensives with the help of the fortifications and the city wall. The result of the Nanma–Linqu Campaign obviously demonstrated clearly that such static defensive posture not only enabled the nationalists to defeat the enemy, but also enabled them to fulfill an uncompromising doctrine of Chiang Kai-shek: hold on the land they were defending. The tactic was therefore not only militarily practical, but also politically safe, and thus it was only natural for the nationalist commanders to adopt this tactic for the conflicts followed.
However, as the nationalists adopted the static defensive posture proved to be very effective against the communist peasantry army at the time, the success of the Nanma-Liqu Campaign became a victory that lead to disaster: the tactic required the defenders to concentrate their forces behind the city wall and the fortifications next to it, and thus the enemy was able to occupy and consolidate their positions in the vast rural regions within immunity. As the rural area fell into the enemy hands, the urban regions strongly defended became isolated and strangled when the supply lines were severed in sieges. The nationalist troops were still better off in the sieges because all available resources were devoted to combat troops, but the civilian populace would be starved and suffering. As a result, the very urban populace the nationalists attempted to protect inevitably turned against the nationalist troops, thus contributing to the eventual downfall of the nationalist regime. Militarily, the tactic would no longer work toward the end of the Chinese Civil War as the enemy begun to possess the necessary equipment to assault the cities / town, but the tactic certainly worked at the time, and nobody had anticipated the rapid advance the enemy would make, and the enemy therefore unexpectedly gained in the long run from this defeat.
During the late eighties, Ranjith tried his hand at skits and television serials for Doordarshan. In 1987 he made his debut as a writer in "Oru Maymasa Pulariyil" directed by V.R Gopinath. In the year 1988, Ranjith made his formal entry into the film world by writing the story for "Orkkapurathu", a fun-adventure film directed by Kamal with Mohanlal in the lead. The immediate success of "Orkkapurathu" brought Ranjith several chances to work in films. In the late eighties and early nineties, Ranjith wrote scripts for several small budget films mainly for Kamal, including "Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal" (1989), "Pradeshika Varthakal" (1989), and "Pookkalam Varavayi" (1991). Another director with whom Ranjith joined hands in those days was Viji Thampi. This team brought out "Witness" (1988), "Nanma Niranjavan Sreenivasan" (1990), "Nagarangalil Chennu Raparkam" (1989), and "Kaalalpada" (1990), all with Jayaram in the lead role. In the year 1992, he wrote "Neelagiri" for I. V. Sasi, which was not very successful at the box office. This was followed "Johnnie Walker", directed by Jayaraj, was an average at Box office.