Ahmed Humaid al-Tayer
How is the newly appointed head of DIFC connected to the Indian actor who is set to be honored at the upcoming DIFF awards? And where does a wizard fit in?
December 1, 2009 4:09 by kippreport
In an article in Time magazine about the 100 most influential people in the world, the author of the Harry Potter series profiled Brown. Claiming that he is frequently dubbed “dour,” she said in the article:
“I know him as affable, funny and gregarious, a great listener, a kind and loyal friend. These are strange and turbulent times, but issues of fairness, equality and protection of the poor have never been more important. I still want Gordon Brown in charge.”
Among the richest women in Britain, Joanne Kathleen Rowling, rose to fame as the author of the Harry Potter series of books, which tell the story of a boy wizard and his adventures. She started writing the first book, Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone on board a train journey from Manchester to London; it was first published in 1997.
The books have also been made into movies, with the lead role played by…
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