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DEFIANT DISCIPLES MOTORCYCLE CLUB

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☃DEFIANT DISCIPLES MC is a one percent Motorcycle Club from Central Massachusetts. Originally they were called the Devils Disciples MC, Later as the East coast west coast became more divided and issues with other MC. Became more intense a break fora new Club Developed without the historical issues. Original Devils Disciples had had no part of the West Coast Devils Diciples who intentionally misspell their name (see Devils Diciples MC)and vice versa as they were two separate organizations. The Devils Disciples MC in Massachusetts Patched Over (changed affiliations by swapping patches) to the Outlaws MC. The Defiant Diciples Motorcycle Club (DDMC) is an outlaw motorcycle club that was founded in Worcester MA., in 2010. The word outlaw carries a specific meaning which does not imply criminal intent, but rather means the club is not sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) and does not adhere to the AMA's rules.[2] The club originally had Twenty members. Their insignia is a a Devil Skull with blue Tribal flames and a Dagger through the center with the letters G. F. Y. in the handle standing for Go Fuck yourself. In the United States, the club has chapters in Massachusetts, Vermont. d.1. ^ Drew, A. J. (2002). The everything motorcycle book: the one book you must have to buy, ride, and maintain your motorcycle. Adams Media Corp. pp. 193–203, 277. ISBN 1-58062-554-1, 9781580625548.☃☃☃☃t. d.
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☃DEFIANT DISCIPLES MC patches to a new club who has no ties to any other clubs
 
1. ^ [[Drew,]] A. J. (2002). The everything motorcycle book: the one book you must have to buy, ride, and maintain your motorcycle. Adams Media Corp. pp. 193–203, 277. ISBN 1-58062-554-1, 9781580625548.<ref />
 
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Interscope Records

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Iovine est directeur et CEO jusqu'en mai 2014. Il est remplacé par John Janick<sup>[5]</sup>.
 
Iovine est directeur et CEO jusqu'en mai 2014. Il est remplacé par John Janick<sup>[5]</sup>.
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==Joseph kargbo==
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Joseph kargbo junior born 1994 in Saint denis is Singer songwriter strat music 18 years old realesse debut streaming album work for you dreams the album EP past come in back sounclound popular single om night explicit, make my road today, better world, univers Work for you Dreams records Interscope Records
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Chhavi Pandey

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'''Chhavi Pandey''' (born July 18) is an Indian television & movie and singer. Noted roles include the character of Smita from show ''[[Teri Meri Love Stories]]''.<ref name="lead">{{cite web | url=http://www.desitvforum.net/forum/teri-meri-love-stories/226102-karan-wahi-chaavi-pandey-spin-another-teri-meri-love-stories.html | title=Karan Wahi and Chaavi Pandey spin another 'Teri Meri Love Stories' | publisher=''Desitvforum.net'' | date=August 17, 2012 | accessdate=August 17, 2012}}</ref> and movies like ''Bidesia''.<ref name="lead">{{cite web | url=http://bhojpuri.anjoria.com/?p=301 | title=Patna girl Chhavi Pandey is cast as the | publisher=''[[Bhojpuri.com]]'' | date=March 20, 2012 | accessdate=March 20, 2012}}</ref> She was seen in the shows [[Ek Boond Ishq]] and [[Silsila Pyaar Ka]]. She is currently playing the role of Purvi in the popular Life OK show [[Sapne...Ki Ek Chhal]].
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'''Chhavi Pandey''' (born July 18) is an Indian television & movie and singer. Noted roles include the character of Smita from show ''[[Teri Meri Love Stories]]''.<ref name="lead">{{cite web | url=http://www.desitvforum.net/forum/teri-meri-love-stories/226102-karan-wahi-chaavi-pandey-spin-another-teri-meri-love-stories.html | title=Karan Wahi and Chaavi Pandey spin another 'Teri Meri Love Stories' | publisher=''Desitvforum.net'' | date=August 17, 2012 | accessdate=August 17, 2012}}</ref> and movies like ''Bidesia''.<ref name="lead">{{cite web | url=http://bhojpuri.anjoria.com/?p=301 | title=Patna girl Chhavi Pandey is cast as the | publisher=''[[Bhojpuri.com]]'' | date=March 20, 2012 | accessdate=March 20, 2012}}</ref> She was seen in the shows [[Ek Boond Ishq]] and [[Silsila Pyaar Ka]]. She is currently playing the role of Purvi in the popular Life OK show [[Sapne...Ki Ek Chhal]].
   
 
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Chhavi was in 2011 considered to play the role of Aaliya in [[Star Plus]] show [[Sajda Tere Pyaar Mein]] which later got played by [[Deblina Chatterjee]].
 
Chhavi was in 2011 considered to play the role of Aaliya in [[Star Plus]] show [[Sajda Tere Pyaar Mein]] which later got played by [[Deblina Chatterjee]].
 
Chhavi did in January 2012 sign [[Star Plus]] show [[Sang Mere Dol Tu]],<ref name="Show">{{cite web | url=http://www.telegraphindia.com/1120611/jsp/bihar/story_15593421.jsp | title=Singer from state makes it big on small screen | publisher=Telegraphindia | date=June 11, 2012 | accessdate=June 11, 2012 | author=Telegraphindia}}</ref> a pilot of the show was made but the show got scrapped by the end of 2012.<ref name="scrapped">{{cite web | url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-12-07/tv/35669833_1_show-channel-shubh-vivah | title=Shows that launched, bombed and scrapped in 2012 | publisher=TimesofIndia | date=December 7, 2012 | accessdate=December 7, 2012 | author=Timesofindia}}</ref>
 
Chhavi did in January 2012 sign [[Star Plus]] show [[Sang Mere Dol Tu]],<ref name="Show">{{cite web | url=http://www.telegraphindia.com/1120611/jsp/bihar/story_15593421.jsp | title=Singer from state makes it big on small screen | publisher=Telegraphindia | date=June 11, 2012 | accessdate=June 11, 2012 | author=Telegraphindia}}</ref> a pilot of the show was made but the show got scrapped by the end of 2012.<ref name="scrapped">{{cite web | url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-12-07/tv/35669833_1_show-channel-shubh-vivah | title=Shows that launched, bombed and scrapped in 2012 | publisher=TimesofIndia | date=December 7, 2012 | accessdate=December 7, 2012 | author=Timesofindia}}</ref>
Chhavi was in August 2012 signed in [[Star Plus]] show Daag opposite actor [[Vatsal Seth]], but due to some problems she later left the show. Chhavi played the role of Smita in ''[[Teri Meri Love Stories]]'' on [[Star Plus]].
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Chhavi was in August 2012 signed in [[Star Plus]] show Daag opposite actor [[Vatsal Seth]], but due to some problems she later left the show. Chhavi played the role of Smita in ''[[Teri Meri Love Stories]]'' on [[Star Plus]].
   
 
In 2013 Chhavi Pandey was seen in her new Life Ok show Ek Boond Ishq, opposite actor [[Viraf Patel]]. In 2014, Pandey then was seen in an episodic appearance in ''[[Yeh Hai Aashiqui]]''. In 2015, Chhavi was seen as Deepu in ''[[Ghar Aii Hamari Pyaare Bahu]]'' later she played the lead as Kajal in [[Star Plus]]' ''[[Silsila Pyar Ka]]''. Currently, she is playing the role of Purvi in ''[[Sapne Ki Ek Chhal]]'' opposite [[Varun Kumar]].
 
In 2013 Chhavi Pandey was seen in her new Life Ok show Ek Boond Ishq, opposite actor [[Viraf Patel]]. In 2014, Pandey then was seen in an episodic appearance in ''[[Yeh Hai Aashiqui]]''. In 2015, Chhavi was seen as Deepu in ''[[Ghar Aii Hamari Pyaare Bahu]]'' later she played the lead as Kajal in [[Star Plus]]' ''[[Silsila Pyar Ka]]''. Currently, she is playing the role of Purvi in ''[[Sapne Ki Ek Chhal]]'' opposite [[Varun Kumar]].
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| 2017 || ''[[Shaurya Veer Eklavya Ki Gatha]]'' E28 || Sanatri || || [[BIG Magic]]

Hina Khan (actress)

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Sanaya Irani

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Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?

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Sanaya Irani

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==Awards==
 
==Awards==
 
{{main|List of awards and nominations received by Sanaya Irani}}
 
{{main|List of awards and nominations received by Sanaya Irani}}
 
   
   

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List of awards and nominations received by Sanaya Irani

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[[Sanaya Irani]] is a popular Indian Television Actress who set a trend of winning Highest Number of Awards and Nominations within 10 years with her first and second show, ''[[Miiley Jab Hum Tum]]'' & ''[[Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?]]''.
 
[[Sanaya Irani]] is a popular Indian Television Actress who set a trend of winning Highest Number of Awards and Nominations within 10 years with her first and second show, ''[[Miiley Jab Hum Tum]]'' & ''[[Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?]]''.
   
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[[Sanaya Irani]] is a popular Indian Television Actress who set a trend of winning Highest Number of Awards and Nominations within 10 years with her first and second show, ''[[Miiley Jab Hum Tum]]'' & ''[[Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?]]''.
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John Bechdel

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{{Infobox musical artist | <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject Musicians -->
 
{{Infobox musical artist | <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject Musicians -->
 
| name = John Bechdel
 
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John Bechdel

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| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1964|8|23}}
 
| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1964|8|23}}
 
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| genre = Industrial, alternative metal
| genre = [[Industrial (music)|Industrial]]<br/>[[Alternative metal]]
 
 
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| instrument = Keyboard , guitar
| label = [[Sanctuary]]<br/>[[13th Planet]]
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| years_active = 1990–present
| associated_acts = [[Ministry (band)|Ministry]]<br/>[[Fear Factory]]<br/>[[Static-X]]<br/>[[Ascension of the Watchers]]<br/>[[Killing Joke]]<br/>[[Prong (band)|Prong]]
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'''John Bechdel''' (born August 23, 1964) is a keyboardist, and has been a part of many bands over the years including [[Ministry (band)|Ministry]], [[Fear Factory]], [[Abstinence(band)|Abstinence]], [[Prong (band)|Prong]], [[Killing Joke]], [[Murder, Inc. (band)|Murder, Inc.]] and [[Martin Atkins#1985-2005|Brian Brain]]. He is currently working with False Icons, [[Ascension of the Watchers]], and electronica/space pop duo, [http://www.arado.us arado].
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'''John Bechdel''' (born August 23, 1964) is a keyboardist, and has been a part of bands such as Ministry,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.est.hu/cikk.php?cikkid=42036 |title=An Interview with John Bechdel of Ministry |work=est.hu |language=Hungarian |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20070927003103/http://www.est.hu/cikk.php?cikkid=42036 |archivedate=2007-09-27 |df= }}</ref> Fear Factory, [[Abstinence(band)|Abstinence]], Prong, Killing Joke, Murder, Inc. and Brian Brain. He has since worked with False Icons and Ascension of the Watchers.<ref>{{cite journal|url=http://www.lollipop.com/article.php3?content=issue66/f-falseicons.html|title=An Interview with John Bechdel|work=Lollipop|issue=66}}</ref>
   
Bechdel's sister is cartoonist and author [[Alison Bechdel]]; John Bechdel appears in her memoir ''[[Fun Home]]''.
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Bechdel's sister is cartoonist and author Alison Bechdel; John Bechdel is mentioned in her memoir ''Fun Home''<ref>{{cite book |last=Bechdel |first=Alison |authorlink=Alison Bechdel |title=Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic |year=2006 |publisher=Houghton Mifflin |location=New York |isbn=0-618-47794-2 |page=36 }}</ref> and its stage musical adaptation.<ref>{{cite web|last1 = Sommer|first1 = Elyse|title = A CurtainUp Review: Fun Home|url = http://www.curtainup.com/funhome13.html|website = CurtainUp|accessdate = 2014-08-11|date = 2013-10-13}}</ref>
   
 
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== Further reading ==
 
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* {{cite web|url=http://www.est.hu/cikk.php?cikkid=42036|title=An Interview with John Bechdel of Ministry|work=est.hu|language=Hungarian}}
 
   
 
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Abstinence (band)

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==Related bands==
 
==Related bands==
* [[Operation Mindwipe]]
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* Rock'it Society
 
* Rock'it Society
 
* Patient 4311
 
* Patient 4311
* [[Nau-zee-aun|Nau-Zee-auN]]
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* [[Mon -O- Taur]] <ref>https://componentrecordings.bandcamp.com/album/mon-o-taur-conundrum</ref>
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* Mon -O- Taur <ref>https://componentrecordings.bandcamp.com/album/mon-o-taur-conundrum</ref>
* [[Machine Age Madness]] <ref>http://www.s6k.com/page.cfm?xid=8011950</ref><ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5rkns-qeis</ref>
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* Machine Age Madness <ref>http://www.s6k.com/page.cfm?xid=8011950</ref><ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5rkns-qeis</ref>
* [[MMOS]] <ref>https://vimeo.com/94724547</ref>
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* MMOS <ref>https://vimeo.com/94724547</ref>
* [[Digital Disturbance]] <ref>http://www.s6k.com/page.cfm?id=17713340</ref>
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* Digital Disturbance<ref>http://www.s6k.com/page.cfm?id=17713340</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Priya Jhangiani

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== Early Life and Personal Life ==
 
== Early Life and Personal Life ==
   
Priya married boyfriend [[Karamjeet Singh]] in June 2015.<ref>{{cite web|title=Priya Jhangiani & Karamjeet Singh tie the knot|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/priyanka-chopra-regains-sexiest-asian-crown-in-uk/1/405080.html|publisher=[[India Today]]|accessdate=15 June 2015}}</ref>
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Priya married boyfriend [[Karamjeet Singh]] in June 2015.<ref>{{cite web|title=Priya Jhangiani & Karamjeet Singh tie the knot|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/priyanka-chopra-regains-sexiest-asian-crown-in-uk/1/405080.html|publisher=[[India Today]]|accessdate=15 June 2015}}</ref>
   
 
== Life and Career ==
 
== Life and Career ==
 
===Early Life and debut===
 
===Early Life and debut===
Priya is born from [[Jalandar]] from Punjab, and was brought up living with her family. Her sister, [[Bharti Jhangiani|Bharti]] is also an actresss who works in television and his brother [[Karan Jhangiani|Karan]] is a model turn TV actor who works for the show [[Behna...Ek Safar Ki Khushiyon Aur Pyaar|Behna]] which he plays the parallel lead role as Ravi.
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Priya is born from [[Jalandar]] from Punjab, and was brought up living with her family. Her sister, [[Bharti Jhangiani|Bharti]] is also an actresss who works in television and his brother [[Karan Jhangiani|Karan]] is a model turn TV actor who works for the show [[Behna...Ek Safar Ki Khushiyon Aur Pyaar|Behna]] which he plays the parallel lead role as Ravi.
   
Jhangiani schooled and graduated in Bombay High School. She then went to college and completed a dancing course along with acting.
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Jhangiani schooled and graduated in Bombay High School. She then went to college and completed a dancing course along with acting.
   
 
Priya started off her career as a model before going to acting. She then debuted with the show ''[[Pihu Ki Parivaar Aur Sasural]]'' on [[Star Plus]] in 2013. Priya bagged her second show ''[[Sapnon Hai Pyaar Ki Kahaani]]'' as Sulekha in a negative role, she got many good response and so many awards her character.<ref>{{cite web|title=People are loving my character says Priya Jhangiani|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/priyanka-chopra-regains-sexiest-asian-crown-in-uk/1/405080.html|publisher=[[India Today]]|accessdate=25 June 2013}}</ref>
 
Priya started off her career as a model before going to acting. She then debuted with the show ''[[Pihu Ki Parivaar Aur Sasural]]'' on [[Star Plus]] in 2013. Priya bagged her second show ''[[Sapnon Hai Pyaar Ki Kahaani]]'' as Sulekha in a negative role, she got many good response and so many awards her character.<ref>{{cite web|title=People are loving my character says Priya Jhangiani|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/priyanka-chopra-regains-sexiest-asian-crown-in-uk/1/405080.html|publisher=[[India Today]]|accessdate=25 June 2013}}</ref>
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In November 2014, Jhangiani replaced [[Nigaar Khan]] as the main vamp Roshni Varun Singh in popular show ''[[Ghar Aii Hamari Pyaare Bahu]]''. She later quit the show where the makers decided to kill her character off in February 2015.<ref>[http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/television/ekta-kapoor-brings-another-love-story-on-tv-with-kumkum-bhagya/ I will make Roshni even more stronger: Priya] Retrieved on 10 December 2014.</ref>
 
In November 2014, Jhangiani replaced [[Nigaar Khan]] as the main vamp Roshni Varun Singh in popular show ''[[Ghar Aii Hamari Pyaare Bahu]]''. She later quit the show where the makers decided to kill her character off in February 2015.<ref>[http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/television/ekta-kapoor-brings-another-love-story-on-tv-with-kumkum-bhagya/ I will make Roshni even more stronger: Priya] Retrieved on 10 December 2014.</ref>
   
Jhangiani made her film debut with ''[[Mahiya]]'' which released in February 2016 opposite [[Khalid Qureshi (model)|Khalid Qureshi]] and [[Gautam Gulati]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Priya Jhangiani makes a debut in Bollywood|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/priyanka-chopra-regains-sexiest-asian-crown-in-uk/1/405080.html|publisher=[[India Today]]|accessdate=10 January 2016}}</ref> The film was a super hit at the box office. She became a contestant on ''[[Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 9|Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa]]''. She later became one of the contestants in the ''[[Bigg Boss 10|tenth season]]'' of the Indian reality version of [[Big Brother]], ''[[Bigg Boss]]'' which aired in September 2016.<ref>{{cite web|title=Priya Jhangiani to enter the Bigg Boss house|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/priyanka-chopra-regains-sexiest-asian-crown-in-uk/1/405080.html|publisher=[[India Today]]|accessdate=14 September 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Priya Jhangiani walks out from the Bigg Boss house|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/priyanka-chopra-regains-sexiest-asian-crown-in-uk/1/405080.html|publisher=[[India Today]]|accessdate=10 October 2016}}</ref> Priya later quit the game in the 3rd week due to her pregnancy. During her present inside the house, she got many negative feedback from her co-housemates and audience which made big headlines. In December 2016.
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Jhangiani made her film debut with ''[[Mahiya]]'' which released in February 2016 opposite [[Khalid Qureshi (model)|Khalid Qureshi]] and [[Gautam Gulati]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Priya Jhangiani makes a debut in Bollywood|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/priyanka-chopra-regains-sexiest-asian-crown-in-uk/1/405080.html|publisher=[[India Today]]|accessdate=10 January 2016}}</ref> The film was a super hit at the box office. She became a contestant on ''[[Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 9|Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa]]''. She later became one of the contestants in the ''[[Bigg Boss 10|tenth season]]'' of the Indian reality version of [[Big Brother]], ''[[Bigg Boss]]'' which aired in September 2016.<ref>{{cite web|title=Priya Jhangiani to enter the Bigg Boss house|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/priyanka-chopra-regains-sexiest-asian-crown-in-uk/1/405080.html|publisher=[[India Today]]|accessdate=14 September 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Priya Jhangiani walks out from the Bigg Boss house|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/priyanka-chopra-regains-sexiest-asian-crown-in-uk/1/405080.html|publisher=[[India Today]]|accessdate=10 October 2016}}</ref> Priya later quit the game in the 3rd week due to her pregnancy. During her present inside the house, she got many negative feedback from her co-housemates and audience which made big headlines. In December 2016.
   
Jhangiani made her comeback to television with Star Plus popular show ''[[Rishta - Ek Vishwaas]]'' playing the role of Radhika in a cameo appearance.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.zeetv.com/news-media/gossip-trivia/amrapali-gupta-and-rakesh-bedi-join-the-cast-of-qubool-hai.html|last=India Forums|title=Bigg Boss contestant Priya Jhangiani back on TV; to enter Rishta - Ek Vishwaas|publisher=[[Star Plus]]|accessdate=21 December 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.zeetv.com/news-media/gossip-trivia/amrapali-gupta-and-rakesh-bedi-join-the-cast-of-qubool-hai.html|last=India Forums|title=Very happy to do Rishta - Ek Vishwaas|publisher=[[Star Plus]]|accessdate=27 December 2016}}</ref> She later pl;ayed the role of Deepika in Zee TV's show ''[[Mere Sajna]]''. She was seen in [[Karan Johar]]'s upcoming film ''[[Badrinath Ki Dulhania]]'' which stars [[Varun Dhawan]] and [[Alia Bhatt]]. In 2017, Priya participated in ''[[Nach Baliye 9|Nach Baliye]]'' along with her husband Karamjeet Singh. Later she entered stunt show ''[[Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi]]'' as wild card.
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Jhangiani made her comeback to television with Star Plus popular show ''[[Rishta - Ek Vishwaas]]'' playing the role of Radhika in a cameo appearance.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.zeetv.com/news-media/gossip-trivia/amrapali-gupta-and-rakesh-bedi-join-the-cast-of-qubool-hai.html|last=India Forums|title=Bigg Boss contestant Priya Jhangiani back on TV; to enter Rishta - Ek Vishwaas|publisher=[[Star Plus]]|accessdate=21 December 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.zeetv.com/news-media/gossip-trivia/amrapali-gupta-and-rakesh-bedi-join-the-cast-of-qubool-hai.html|last=India Forums|title=Very happy to do Rishta - Ek Vishwaas|publisher=[[Star Plus]]|accessdate=27 December 2016}}</ref> She later pl;ayed the role of Deepika in Zee TV's show ''[[Mere Sajna]]''. She was seen in [[Karan Johar]]'s upcoming film ''[[Badrinath Ki Dulhania]]'' which stars [[Varun Dhawan]] and [[Alia Bhatt]]. In 2017, Priya participated in ''[[Nach Baliye 9|Nach Baliye]]'' along with her husband Karamjeet Singh. Later she entered stunt show ''[[Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi]]'' as wild card.
   
 
She recently bagged award for Best Debut Actress in Bollywood for her performance in the film ''Mahiya'' at [[International Indian Film Academy Awards|Iifa Awards]] 2017.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.zeetv.com/news-media/gossip-trivia/amrapali-gupta-and-rakesh-bedi-join-the-cast-of-qubool-hai.html|last=India Forums|title=Former Bigg Boss contestant Priya Jhangiani wins Iifa Awards!|accessdate=14 July 2017}}</ref>
 
She recently bagged award for Best Debut Actress in Bollywood for her performance in the film ''Mahiya'' at [[International Indian Film Academy Awards|Iifa Awards]] 2017.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.zeetv.com/news-media/gossip-trivia/amrapali-gupta-and-rakesh-bedi-join-the-cast-of-qubool-hai.html|last=India Forums|title=Former Bigg Boss contestant Priya Jhangiani wins Iifa Awards!|accessdate=14 July 2017}}</ref>
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== Television ==
 
== Television ==
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| style="text-align:center;" |<ref>{{cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tv/news/hindi/Arjun-Bijlani-goes-Bindass/articleshow/12002903.cms?|title=Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 9 promo: Esha Kansara and Priya Jhangiani made the show even hotter|work=The Times of India|accessdate=12 July 2016}}</ref>
 
| style="text-align:center;" |<ref>{{cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tv/news/hindi/Arjun-Bijlani-goes-Bindass/articleshow/12002903.cms?|title=Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 9 promo: Esha Kansara and Priya Jhangiani made the show even hotter|work=The Times of India|accessdate=12 July 2016}}</ref>
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|2016
 
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|Radhika Singh
 
|Radhika Singh
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| style="text-align:center;" |<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.zeetv.com/news-media/gossip-trivia/amrapali-gupta-and-rakesh-bedi-join-the-cast-of-qubool-hai.html|last=India Forums|title=Priya JHangiani back on TV! Yaay|publisher=[[Star Plus]]|accessdate=17 December 2016}}</ref>
 
| style="text-align:center;" |<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.zeetv.com/news-media/gossip-trivia/amrapali-gupta-and-rakesh-bedi-join-the-cast-of-qubool-hai.html|last=India Forums|title=Priya JHangiani back on TV! Yaay|publisher=[[Star Plus]]|accessdate=17 December 2016}}</ref>
 
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|Herself
 
|Herself
 
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| style="text-align:center;" |<ref>{{cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tv/news/hindi/Arjun-Bijlani-opposite-Ishani-in-Meri-Aashiqui/articleshow/46605868.cms|title=Priya Jhangiani does a special appearance in Sasural Simar Ka and Naagin|work=The Times of India|accessdate=4 March 2017}}</ref>
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*''Revolt of the Cyberchrist'' (1994, Furnace Records/Silent Records)
 
*''Revolt of the Cyberchrist'' (1994, Furnace Records/Silent Records)
 
*''Theorem'' (1995, Furnace Records/Silent Records)
 
*''Theorem'' (1995, Furnace Records/Silent Records)
*''[[The Path of Maximum Resistance]]'' (2005, [[s6k media]])
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*''The Path of Maximum Resistance'' (2005, s6k media)
*''[[Delusions of Architecture]]'' (2014, [[Furnace Records]]/[[Voidstar Productions]]) <ref>https://abstinence-hell.bandcamp.com/album/delusions-of-architecture</ref><ref>https://abstinence-hell.bandcamp.com/merch</ref><ref>https://www.facebook.com/Abstinence.S6K/posts/10152051104689219</ref>
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*''Delusions of Architecture'' (2014, Furnace Records/[[Voidstar Productions]]) <ref>https://abstinence-hell.bandcamp.com/album/delusions-of-architecture</ref><ref>https://abstinence-hell.bandcamp.com/merch</ref><ref>https://www.facebook.com/Abstinence.S6K/posts/10152051104689219</ref>
   
 
===Singles===
 
===Singles===
*''[[Frigid (album)|Frigid]]'' 12" EP (1994, [[Furnace Records|Furnace]]/[[Silent Records|Silent]])
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*''Frigid'' 12" EP (1994, [[Furnace Records/Silent Records)
   
 
===Compilation appearances===
 
===Compilation appearances===
*''Hellscape'' (1995, [[Furnace Records|Furnace]]/[[Silent Records|Silent]]) includes the songs "Interference" and "Screaming Into the Void VSmix: (Virtually Silent Mix)"
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*''Hellscape'' (1995, Furnace Records/Silent Records) includes the songs "Interference" and "Screaming Into the Void VSmix: (Virtually Silent Mix)"
*''New Industries'' (1995, [[Dynamica Records]] - [[Germany]]) includes the song "Frigid Changes"
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*''New Industries'' (1995, Dynamica Records - [[Germany]]) includes the song "Frigid Changes"
*''Hellscape 2'' (1995, [[Furnace Records|Furnace]]/[[Silent Records|Silent]]) includes the song "Fractured/Assassinate the Beat"
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*''Hellscape 2'' (1995, Furnace Records/Silent Records) includes the song "Fractured/Assassinate the Beat"
*''Operation:Beatbox'' (1996, [[Reconstriction Records]]/[[Cargo Music|Cargo Records]]) includes the song "Two-Three-Break"
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*''Operation:Beatbox'' (1996, Reconstriction Records/Cargo Records) includes the song "Two-Three-Break"
*''Ikebana : [[Merzbow]]'s Amlux Rebuilt, Reused And Recycled'' (2003, Important Records) includes the song "Freq"
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*''Ikebana : Merzbow's Amlux Rebuilt, Reused And Recycled'' (2003, Important Records) includes the song "Freq"
 
*''The Unreasonable: Voidstar Productions XXV Year Anniversary Compilation'' (2015, [[Voidstar Productions]]) includes the song "Multiple Beat Revolt (MSTREdit)" <ref>https://voidstarproductions.bandcamp.com/merch/the-unreasonable-voidstar-productions-xxv-year-anniversary-compilation-ltd-extended-usb-edition</ref><ref>https://voidstarproductions.bandcamp.com/album/the-unreasonable-voidstar-productions-xxv-year-anniversary-compilation</ref>
 
*''The Unreasonable: Voidstar Productions XXV Year Anniversary Compilation'' (2015, [[Voidstar Productions]]) includes the song "Multiple Beat Revolt (MSTREdit)" <ref>https://voidstarproductions.bandcamp.com/merch/the-unreasonable-voidstar-productions-xxv-year-anniversary-compilation-ltd-extended-usb-edition</ref><ref>https://voidstarproductions.bandcamp.com/album/the-unreasonable-voidstar-productions-xxv-year-anniversary-compilation</ref>
   
 
===Filmography===
 
===Filmography===
*''Backyard Glances'' soundtrack [[Alva Skateboards]] (1987) includes the song "Level 7"
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*''Multiple Cross Wounds'' unreleased video (1991)
 
*''Multiple Cross Wounds'' unreleased video (1991)
   
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===Current===
 
===Current===
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* [[John Bechdel]] (1993–1996, 2004–present)
 
* [[John Bechdel]] (1993–1996, 2004–present)
* [[Deftly-D]] (2004–present)
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* Deftly-D (2004–present)
* [[Brian 'Beat' Senders]] (2009–present)
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===Past members===
 
===Past members===

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'''Abstinence''' is an experimental industrial music project founded in 1985 in [[Belmar, New Jersey]], USA, now based in [[Brooklyn]]. Its sound ranges from bombastic to [[noise music|noise]], [[ambient music|ambient soundtrack]] to [[industrial music]] and uses video/audio dialog and sound samples.
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'''Abstinence''' is an experimental industrial music project founded in 1985 in Belmar, New Jersey, USA, now based in Brooklyn. Its sound ranges from bombastic to noise, ambient soundtrack to industrial music and uses video/audio dialog and sound samples.
   
Since 1982, Abstinence has created [[experimental music|experimental]] [[industrial music]] that follows in the traditions of the [[Beat generation|Beats]], the [[Dada]] movement, the [[Futurism (art)|Futurism]] movement, [[punk rock]], the origins of industrial music, the freedom of the [[experimental art movement]] and the [[human rights art movement]].
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Since 1982, Abstinence has created experimental industrial music that follows in the traditions of the Beats, the Dada movement, the Futurism movement, punk rock, the origins of industrial music, the freedom of the experimental art movement and the human rights art movement.
   
Abstinence utilizes tunnels, decommissioned military bases, warehouses, bathrooms, abandoned buildings, basements, freeway underpasses and various indoor/outdoor environments as sound laboratories to create unique soundscapes that coalesce with power tools, a variety of traditional analog / digital instrumentation and [[percussion]].
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Abstinence utilizes tunnels, decommissioned military bases, warehouses, bathrooms, abandoned buildings, basements, freeway underpasses and various indoor/outdoor environments as sound laboratories to create unique soundscapes that coalesce with power tools, a variety of traditional analog / digital instrumentation and percussion.
   
=Discography==
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==Discography==
   
 
===Full length albums and EPs===
 
===Full length albums and EPs===
*''[[Revolt of the Cyberchrist]]'' (1994, [[Furnace Records]]/[[Silent Records]])
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*''Revolt of the Cyberchrist'' (1994, Furnace Records/Silent Records)
*''[[Theorem (album)|Theorem]]'' (1995, [[Furnace Records|Furnace]]/[[Silent Records|Silent]])
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*''Theorem'' (1995, Furnace Records/Silent Records)
 
*''[[The Path of Maximum Resistance]]'' (2005, [[s6k media]])
 
*''[[The Path of Maximum Resistance]]'' (2005, [[s6k media]])
 
*''[[Delusions of Architecture]]'' (2014, [[Furnace Records]]/[[Voidstar Productions]]) <ref>https://abstinence-hell.bandcamp.com/album/delusions-of-architecture</ref><ref>https://abstinence-hell.bandcamp.com/merch</ref><ref>https://www.facebook.com/Abstinence.S6K/posts/10152051104689219</ref>
 
*''[[Delusions of Architecture]]'' (2014, [[Furnace Records]]/[[Voidstar Productions]]) <ref>https://abstinence-hell.bandcamp.com/album/delusions-of-architecture</ref><ref>https://abstinence-hell.bandcamp.com/merch</ref><ref>https://www.facebook.com/Abstinence.S6K/posts/10152051104689219</ref>

List of awards and nominations received by Sanaya Irani

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| 2008 || [[Indian Television Academy Awards]] || ITA Face of The Year || ''[[Miley Jab Hum Tum]]'' || {{won}}<ref name="IndianTelevisionAcademyAwards2008">{{cite web |url=http://www.indiantelevisionacademy.com/site/awards_hhita_details_new.php?year=2008#winners |title=Indian Television Academy Awards 2008 |work= |accessdate=2012-05-28}}</ref>
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| 2009 || [[New Talent Awards]] || Best Actress || rowspan="2" | ''[[Miley Jab Hum Tum]]'' || {{nom}}<ref name="The Newtalent Awards">{{cite web |url=http://newtalentawards.tellychakkar.com/y2k9/nominees.htm |title=The Newtalent Awards >> Nominees |work= |accessdate=2012-05-28}}</ref>
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| rowspan="2" | 2011 || Galaxy TV Awards || Favorite Offscreen Jodi (shared with [[Mohit Sehgal]] ) || {{won}}
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| Galaxy TV Awards || Favorite Actor in a Lead Role (Female) || rowspan="15" | ''[[Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?]]'' || {{won}}
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| rowspan="13" | 2012 || [[Star Parivaar Awards]] || Favorite Jodi (shared with [[Barun Sobti]]) || {{won}}<ref name="ibnlive1">{{cite web|url=http://ibnlive.in.com/news/star-parivaar-awards-2012-and-the-winners-are/242850-44-124.html |title=Star Parivaar Awards 2012: And the winners are... : TV News-IBNLive |publisher=Ibnlive.in.com |date=2012-03-26 |accessdate=2012-10-23}}</ref>
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| [[Star Parivaar Awards]] || Favorite International Jodi (shared with [[Barun Sobti]]) || {{won}}<ref name="ibnlive1"/>
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| [[Star Parivaar Awards]] || Favorite Naya Sadasya - Female || {{nom}}<ref name="startv1">{{cite web|title=Nominees|url=http://starplus.startv.in/star-parivaar-awards-2012/nominations.aspx|publisher=Star India Pvt. Ltd.|accessdate=19 January 2013}}</ref>
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| [[Star Parivaar Awards]] || Most Stylish Sadasya - Female || {{nom}}<ref name="startv1"/>
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| [[Star Parivaar Awards]] || Favourite Beti || {{nom}}<ref name="startv1"/>
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| [[The Global Indian Film and TV Honours]] || Best Television On-Screen Jodi (shared with [[Barun Sobti]]) || {{nom}}<ref>{{cite web|url=http://globalhonours.in/publicvoting-nominees.html |title=Global Honours 2012 - The Global Indian Film and TV Honuors Awards 2012 |publisher=Globalhonours.in |date= |accessdate=2012-10-23}}</ref>
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| [[Indian Telly Awards]] || Best On-screen Couple (shared with Barun Sobti) || {{won}}<ref>{{cite web|author=Tags: |url=http://www.tellychakkar.com/news/winners-11th-indian-telly-awards |title=Winners of the 11th Indian Telly Awards |publisher=Tellychakkar.com |date= |accessdate=2012-10-23}}</ref>
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| [[Zee Gold Awards]] || Boroplus Face of the Year || {{won}}
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| [[Zee Gold Awards]] || Best Actress (Popular) || {{nom}}
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| [[People's Choice Awards India]] || Favorite On-Screen Jodi (shared with Barun Sobti) ||{{won}}<ref name="People's Choice Awards">{{cite web|title=2012 And the winners are...|url=http://peopleschoiceindia.com/winners2012.php|publisher=People's Choice Awards India|accessdate=30 November 2012}}</ref>
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| Big Star Young Entertainer Awards || Big Star Young Super Entertainer Female || {{nom}}
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| [[Indian Television Academy Awards]] || Best Actress Popular || {{nom}}<ref>{{cite web | title=The ITA Awards 2012 - Popular Top-5 | url=http://www.indiantelevisionacademy.com/site/event_details.php?id=71}}</ref>
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| [[BIG Star Entertainment Awards]] || [[BIG Star Most Entertaining Television Actor - Female|Most Entertaining Television Actor - Female]] || {{nom}}
|-
| rowspan="14" | 2013 ||[[Indian Telly Awards]] || Best Actress in a Lead Role (Popular) || {{nom}}<ref>{{cite web|title=Winners of the Twelfth Indian Telly Awards|url=http://www.tellychakkar.com/news/winners-twelfth-indian-telly-awards|publisher=TellyChakkar|accessdate=6 May 2013|author=TellyChakkar Team|date=6 May 2013}}</ref>
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| [[Zee Gold Awards]] || Boroplus Face of the Year || ''Chhanchhan'' || {{won}}
|-
|[[Star Parivaar Awards]] ||Favourite Beti || rowspan="12" | ''[[Lakshmi (TV series)|Lakshmi]]'' ||{{won}}
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|[[Star Parivaar Awards]]
|Favourite Behen
|{{won}}
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|[[Star Parivaar Awards]]
|Favourite Naya Sadasya (female)
|{{won}}
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|[[Star Parivaar Awards]]
|Favourite Bhabhi
|{{nom}}
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|[[Star Parivaar Awards]]
|Favourite Har Ghar Ki Star
|{{won}}
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|[[Star Parivaar Awards]]
|Favourite Patni
|{{nom}}
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|[[Star Parivaar Awards]]
|Favourite Jodi
|{{nom}}
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|Sahib Chaggar Awards
|Favourite Naya Sadasya - Female
|{{won}}
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|[[Sahib Chaggar Awards]]
|Best Actress in a leading role
|{{won}}
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|Sahib Chaggar Awards
|Best Popular Actress
|{{Won}}
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|Sahib Chaggar Awards
|Best New Fresh Face
|{{won}}
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|[[BIG Star Entertainment Awards]]
|[[BIG Star Most Entertaining Television Actor - Female|Most Entertaining Television Actor - Female]]
|{{nom}}
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| rowspan="7" | 2014
|ITA Awards
|Desh Ki Dhadkan - Best Actress - Popular
| rowspan="5" | ''[[Rangrasiya]]''
|{{nom}}
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|ITA Awards
|GR8! Performer of the Year
|{{nom}}
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|Indian Telly Awards
|Best Actress in a leading role - female
|{{nom}}
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|[[Garv Television Awards]]
|Beauty Star
|{{won}}
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|[[Garv Television Awards]]
|Favourite New Jodi
|{{nom}}
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|Sahib Chaggar Awards
|Best Stylish Actress - Offscreen
|{{n/a}}
|{{won}}
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|Sahib Chaggar Awards
|Best Pratiyogi
|[[Dance Ki Takkar (season 2)|''Dance Ki Takkar 2'']]
|{{nom}}
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| rowspan="9" | 2015
|[[Garv Television Awards]]
|Favourite Lead Star - Female
| rowspan="9" |''[[Rangrasiya]]''
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|[[Garv Television Awards]]
|Most Stylish Actress
|{{nom}}
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|[[Garv Television Awards]]
|Most Fit Actress
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|[[Garv Television Awards]]
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|[[Garv Television Awards]]
|Best Jodi (Jury)
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|[[Garv Television Awards]]
|Best Actress in Leading Role
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Abstinence utilizes tunnels, decommissioned military bases, warehouses, bathrooms, abandoned buildings, basements, freeway underpasses and various indoor/outdoor environments as sound laboratories to create unique soundscapes that coalesce with power tools, a variety of traditional analog / digital instrumentation and [[percussion]].
 
Abstinence utilizes tunnels, decommissioned military bases, warehouses, bathrooms, abandoned buildings, basements, freeway underpasses and various indoor/outdoor environments as sound laboratories to create unique soundscapes that coalesce with power tools, a variety of traditional analog / digital instrumentation and [[percussion]].
   
==Discography==
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===Full length albums and EPs===
 
===Full length albums and EPs===
 
*''[[Revolt of the Cyberchrist]]'' (1994, [[Furnace Records]]/[[Silent Records]])
 
*''[[Revolt of the Cyberchrist]]'' (1994, [[Furnace Records]]/[[Silent Records]])
 
*''[[Theorem (album)|Theorem]]'' (1995, [[Furnace Records|Furnace]]/[[Silent Records|Silent]])
 
*''[[Theorem (album)|Theorem]]'' (1995, [[Furnace Records|Furnace]]/[[Silent Records|Silent]])
 
*''[[The Path of Maximum Resistance]]'' (2005, [[s6k media]])
 
*''[[The Path of Maximum Resistance]]'' (2005, [[s6k media]])
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*''[[Delusions of Architecture]]'' (2014, [[Furnace Records]]/[[Voidstar Productions]]) <ref>https://abstinence-hell.bandcamp.com/album/delusions-of-architecture</ref><ref>https://abstinence-hell.bandcamp.com/merch</ref><ref>https://www.facebook.com/Abstinence.S6K/posts/10152051104689219</ref>
   
 
===Singles===
 
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*''New Industries'' (1995, [[Dynamica Records]] - [[Germany]]) includes the song "Frigid Changes"
 
*''New Industries'' (1995, [[Dynamica Records]] - [[Germany]]) includes the song "Frigid Changes"
 
*''Hellscape 2'' (1995, [[Furnace Records|Furnace]]/[[Silent Records|Silent]]) includes the song "Fractured/Assassinate the Beat"
 
*''Hellscape 2'' (1995, [[Furnace Records|Furnace]]/[[Silent Records|Silent]]) includes the song "Fractured/Assassinate the Beat"
*''Operation:Beatbox'' (1996, [[Reconstriction Records]]/[[Cargo Music|Cargo Records]]){{dn|date=January 2012}} includes the song "Two-Three-Break"
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*''Ikebana : [[Merzbow]]'s Amlux Rebuilt, Reused And Recycled'' (2003, Important Records) includes the song "Freq"
 
*''Ikebana : [[Merzbow]]'s Amlux Rebuilt, Reused And Recycled'' (2003, Important Records) includes the song "Freq"
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*''The Unreasonable: Voidstar Productions XXV Year Anniversary Compilation'' (2015, [[Voidstar Productions]]) includes the song "Multiple Beat Revolt (MSTREdit)" <ref>https://voidstarproductions.bandcamp.com/merch/the-unreasonable-voidstar-productions-xxv-year-anniversary-compilation-ltd-extended-usb-edition</ref><ref>https://voidstarproductions.bandcamp.com/album/the-unreasonable-voidstar-productions-xxv-year-anniversary-compilation</ref>
   
 
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* [[John Bechdel]] (1993–1996, 2004–present)
 
* [[John Bechdel]] (1993–1996, 2004–present)
 
* [[Deftly-D]] (2004–present)
 
* [[Deftly-D]] (2004–present)
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* [[Nau-zee-aun|Nau-Zee-auN]]
 
* [[Nau-zee-aun|Nau-Zee-auN]]
 
* [[Zero Times Infinity]]
 
* [[Zero Times Infinity]]
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* [[Mon -O- Taur]] <ref>https://componentrecordings.bandcamp.com/album/mon-o-taur-conundrum</ref>
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* [[Digital Disturbance]] <ref>http://www.s6k.com/page.cfm?id=17713340</ref>
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==References==
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{{Reflist}}
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
*[http://www.s6k.com/abstinence/ Home page]
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*[http://www.s6k.com/ s6k.com Aartivist site run by Darryl Hell]
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*[http://www.voidstarproductions.com/ Voidstar Productions]
 
*[http://www.voidstarproductions.com/ Voidstar Productions]
 
*[http://www.discogs.com/label/Furnace Furnace Records on discogs.com]
 
*[http://www.discogs.com/label/Furnace Furnace Records on discogs.com]
   
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'''Darryl Hell''' (born '''Darryl Montgomery''', also known as '''DJ Hell''') is a musician and [[multimedia artist]] who has been involved with multiple groups, including but not limited to [[Public Disturbance]], Sektor 6 Kommunikatons, [[Abstinence (band)|Abstinence]], Emergency Broadcast Network, and Operation Mindwipe. He has also performed with the band Terrorfakt and collaborates with the DJ/producer network Sonic Warriors United, based in Germany.
 
'''Darryl Hell''' (born '''Darryl Montgomery''', also known as '''DJ Hell''') is a musician and [[multimedia artist]] who has been involved with multiple groups, including but not limited to [[Public Disturbance]], Sektor 6 Kommunikatons, [[Abstinence (band)|Abstinence]], Emergency Broadcast Network, and Operation Mindwipe. He has also performed with the band Terrorfakt and collaborates with the DJ/producer network Sonic Warriors United, based in Germany.
   

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'''Darryl Hell''' (born '''Darryl Montgomery''', also known as '''DJ Hell''') is a musician and [[multimedia artist]] who has been involved with multiple groups, including but not limited to [[Public Disturbance]], Sektor 6 Kommunikatons, [[Abstinence (band)|Abstinence]], Emergency Broadcast Network, and Operation Mindwipe. He has also performed with the band Terrorfakt and collaborates with the DJ/producer network Sonic Warriors United, based in Germany.
'''Darryl Hell''' (born '''Darryl Montgomery''', also known as '''DJ Hell''') is a [[musician]] and [[multimedia artist]] who has been involved with multiple groups, including but not limited to [[Public Disturbance]], [[Sektor 6 Kommunikatons]], [[Abstinence (band)|Abstinence]], [[Emergency Broadcast Network]], and [[Operation Mindwipe]]. He has also performed with the band Terrorfakt and collaborates with the DJ/producer network Sonic Warriors United, based in Germany.
 
   
 
==Discography==
 
==Discography==
 
===with Public Disturbance===
 
===with Public Disturbance===
*''[[Public Disturbance (album)|Public Disturbance]]'' [[LP album|LP]] (1983, [[Mutha Records]] 003)
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*''S&M'' [[7"]] [[Extended play|EP]] (1983, Mutha Records 011)
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===with Abstinence===
 
===with Abstinence===
*''Level 7'' appears on the soundtrack to ''[[Backyard Glances]]'' [[Alva Skateboards]] (1987)
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*''Level 7'' appears on the soundtrack to ''Backyard Glances'' Alva Skateboards (1987)
*''[[Frigid (album)|Frigid]]'' 12" EP [[Furnace Records]]/[[Silent Records]] (1994)
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*''Frigid'' 12" EP Furnace Records/Silent Records (1994)
*''[[Revolt of the Cyberchrist]]'' [[Furnace Records]]/[[Silent Records]] (1994)
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*''Revolt of the Cyberchrist'' Furnace Records/Silent Records (1994)
*''[[Theorem (album)|Theorem]]'' [[Furnace Records]]/[[Silent Records]] (1995)
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*''Theorem'' Furnace Records/Silent Records (1995)
*''[[The Path of Maximum Resistance]]'' [[s6k media]] (2005)
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*''The Path of Maximum Resistance'' s6k media (2005)
*''[[Hellscape]]'' compilation (1995, [[Furnace Records]]/[[Silent Records]])
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*''Hellscape'' compilation (1995, Furnace Records/Silent Records)
 
**featured "Interference" & "Screaming Into the Void VSmix: (Virtually Silent Mix)"
 
**featured "Interference" & "Screaming Into the Void VSmix: (Virtually Silent Mix)"
*''[[New Industries]]'' compilation [[Dynamica Records]], Germany (1995)
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*''New Industries'' compilation Dynamica Records, Germany (1995)
 
**featured "Frigid Changes"
 
**featured "Frigid Changes"
*''[[Hellscape 2]]'' compilation [[Furnace Records]]/[[Silent Records]] (1995)
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*''Hellscape 2'' compilation Furnace Records/Silent Records (1995)
 
**featured "Fractured/Assassinate the Beat"
 
**featured "Fractured/Assassinate the Beat"
*''[[Operation Beatbox]]'' compilation [[Reconstriction Records]]/[[Cargo Music|Cargo Records]] (1996)
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*''Operation Beatbox'' compilation Reconstriction Records/Cargo Records (1996)
 
**featured "Two Three Break"
 
**featured "Two Three Break"
*''[[Ikebana: Merzbow's Amlux Rebuilt, Reused and Recycled]]'' remix compilation Important Records (2003)
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*''Ikebana: Merzbow's Amlux Rebuilt, Reused and Recycled'' remix compilation Important Records (2003)
 
**featured "Freq"
 
**featured "Freq"
*''[[Path of Maximum Resistance]]'' s6k Media (2004)
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== References ==
 
== References ==
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Public Disturbance (Welsh band)

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| genre = Hardcore punk
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| years_active = 1995–2000
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| label = Household Name Records<br/>Days Of Fury Records
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| associated_acts = Lostprophets<br/>Fleshbind<br/>Knuckledust<br/>Twist the Knife
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| website = [http://www.myspace.com/publicdisturbanceukhc Official MySpace]
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'''Public Disturbance''' (often abbreviated to '''PD''') were a hardcore punk band from South Wales, U.K. formed in 1995. They went on to release two demos and two full-length albums, as well as contributing to several UKHC compilations before disbanding in late 2000. Ian Watkins and Mike Lewis went on to find fame in their side-project Lostprophets.
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== History ==
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=== 1995 - 1997: Formation, demos and first album ===
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The band was formed in 1995 when college friends Butcher and McKee, united by their fondness for hardcore music and bands such as Sick of it All, Agnostic Front and Warzone, decided they wanted to start a band. They recruited friends from the area, Speedo, Mike Lewis and Ian Watkins, who was at that time playing drums in another local band, Fleshbind. It was with this line-up that they went on to record their first 6-track demo ''Lash Out'' in March 1996.
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Following frequent gigging in the local area with contemporaries Disco Assassins, Four Letter Word and Watkins previous band, Fleshbind and they were ready to record their second demo, ''Who's First'' in February 1997, composed of six new songs. The release of this demo saw the band starting to venture further afield, playing gigs in London and Portsmouth in support of bigger name bands Knuckledust, Medulla Nocte, Stampin' Ground, [[Above All]] and Ninebar.
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Whilst the gigs extended their fanbase, it also got them noticed by Household Name Records who invited the band to contribute tracks to an EP and a UKHC compilation they were putting out. This saw the band feature on the ''4-Way Tie UP EP'' (along with three other up and coming UKHC bands, Lockdown, FLS and Freebase), with ''Face to Face'' and ''Blame Yourself'' from their ''Who's First'' demo. They also contributed ''Agony'' and ''Fake as Fuck'', also from their second demo, to HHN's ''1997 UKHC Compilation''.
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Following these releases and yet more gigging, the band entered the studio to record their first full length album, ''Victim of Circumstance'', for the now defunct, Liverpool based Days of Glory Records. This recording saw the emergence of a Clevo sound in their previously New York hardcore influenced style. It is this sound for which the band became better known; influenced by the more aggressive and rage driven lyrics of bands such as Integrity and Face Value.
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=== 1998 - 2000: Later days ===
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Following the release of ''Victim of Circumstance'', drummer Ian Watkins left the band to concentrate on Lostprophets, with whom he is still currently performing as the lead singer and main songwriter. He was replaced by another drummer from the South Wales scene, Paul Bailey whose more aggressive style suited the bands continuing Cleveland-hardcore influenced sound.
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Following more gigging with hardcore mainstays Agnostic Front, 25 ta Life and countless London-based hardcore bands, they recorded their second full-length CD ''Possessed to Hate'', containing what is considered to be their strongest material, by the band and fans alike. The album was also their angriest yet, seemingly acting as a release for all their pent up feelings of confrontation and negativity towards some members of the hardcore scene - in their review of the album, UK magazine Terrorizer noted that the album contained a lot of "revenge obsessed lyrics". This album also saw them celebrate their Clevo-sound by covering Integrity's ''No One''.
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Following the release of their second album, the band were invited to record a song for an upcoming UKHC tribute to the Cro-Mags, entitled ''Ushering in a New Age Of Quarrel''. The compilation was released in late-1999 by Blackfish Records and featured PD's ferocious cover of ''We Gotta Know''.
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Not long after this, Lewis left the band to concentrate on Lostprophets. Although he was replaced by Neil Smith (former guitarist of Disco Assassins), Public Disturbance eventually disbanded in late 2000.
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=== Life after PD and reunion shows ===
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Watkins and Lewis went on to find much greater success with the now internationally-recognised Lostprophets. However, despite the fact they have achieved a great deal of mainstream exposure, including dropping a lot of their hardcore-rooted sound, the band have stayed true to their small town origins and are still signed to independent label Visible Noise (part of major label Columbia) in the UK.
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McKee was later instrumental in the foundation of Twist the Knife, a band put together by three schoolfriends, and helped them recruit Speedo as their lead guitarist. Although McKee later left the band, the band have continued gigging around South Wales and London, as well as supporting bands such as Most Precious Blood, Knuckledust, Ringworm and Rise and Fall. The band have become a big part of the South Wales hardcore and UKHC scenes and in 2007 they recorded their first full length CD, ''Down For The Count''.
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It was through Twist the Knife that two '''Public Disturbance''' reunion shows came about - with Butcher joining the band on stage at a gig at Henry Africa's Hot House in Cardiff for a cover of ''Break Your Face'' in late 2006. The success of this performance led to a surprise reunion at a Twist The Knife gig in January 2007 at the Barfly venue, also in Cardiff. Here Lewis and Butcher joined Twist the Knife on stage to cover several PD songs with McKee and Watkins also in attendance at the venue.
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==Band members==
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'''Original Line-Up'''
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*Stuart Butcher (lead vocals) 1995–2000
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*Sean McKee (bass guitar) 1995–2000
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*Justin "Speedo" Taylor (lead guitar) 1995–2000
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*Ian Watkins (drums) 1995–1998
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*Mike Lewis (guitar) 1995–2000
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'''Other members'''
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*Paul Bailey (drums) 1998–2000 (Taking over from Ian Watkins after he left to concentrate on Lostprophets)
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*Neil Smith (guitar) 2000 (Taking over from Mike Lewis after his departure to also concentrate on Lostprophets)
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==Discography==
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===Studio albums===
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* ''Victim of Circumstance'' (1998)
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* ''Possessed to Hate'' (1999)
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===EPs===
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* ''4-Way Tie Up'' (1997)
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===Compilations===
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* ''UKHC Compilation'' (contributing Agony and Fake as Fuck) (1997)
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* ''Ushering In A New Age Of Quarrel - A UKHC Tribute to the Cro-Mags'' (contributing We Gotta Know) (1999)
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==External links==
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=== Band websites ===
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*[http://www.publicdisturbance.8m.com/ Official Website]
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*[http://www.myspace.com/publicdisturbanceukhc Official MySpace]
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*''Public Disturbance'' LP album (1983, Mutha Records 003)
 
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*''S&M'' 7" EP (1983, Mutha Records 011)
 
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'''24 News HD''' is an [[Urdu]] language current affairs television channel in [[Pakistan]]<ref>[http://channel24.pk/about-us/ About Channel 24]</ref> based in [[Lahore]], launched in 2015.<ref>[http://channel24.pk/ Bottom of Site in Contact us section]</ref>
 
'''24 News HD''' is an [[Urdu]] language current affairs television channel in [[Pakistan]]<ref>[http://channel24.pk/about-us/ About Channel 24]</ref> based in [[Lahore]], launched in 2015.<ref>[http://channel24.pk/ Bottom of Site in Contact us section]</ref>
   
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Channel 24 broadcasts the following programs:<ref>[http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2014/10/27/national/pakistans-first-current-affairs-channel-channel-24-launched/ Channel 24 Programs]</ref>
 
Channel 24 broadcasts the following programs:<ref>[http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2014/10/27/national/pakistans-first-current-affairs-channel-channel-24-launched/ Channel 24 Programs]</ref>
 
* Ab Masood Raza Keh Saath
 
* Ab Masood Raza Keh Saath
* Breakfast with Sajjad Mir
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* Bol Apney Liyai
 
* Bol Apney Liyai
 
* DNA with Arif Nizami
 
* DNA with Arif Nizami
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* Investigator 24
 
* Investigator 24
* Khara Sach Luqman Keh Saath
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* Mujahid Live
 
* Mujahid Live
 
* Sona Chandi ka Pakistan
 
* Sona Chandi ka Pakistan
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