Singer and artist, Hanne Krogh at the Award Ceremony 11/9-12,
organised by the 14th of August Committee of Norway.Hanne Krogh (born 24 January 1956 in Haugesund is a Norwegian singer and one half of the duo that won the Eurovision Song Contest 1985.
She recorded her first album in 1970 when she was 14 and has been a fixture in Norwegian popular music since then. In 1971 she won the Norwegian Eurovision Song Contest selection, the Melodi Grand Prix, with the pop-ballad "Lykken er..." ("Happiness Is..."). On this occasion she finished second last, but 14 years later she won the Eurovision Song Contest with Elisabeth Andreasson, whom together formed the duo Bobbysocks!. She also took part for Norway as a part of the quartet Just 4 Fun in the Eurovision Song Contest 1991.
Krogh has released 19 albums, including a compilation, Hanne Krogh: 40 beste in 1994, and many singles.
Krogh with Andreassen performed live in Danish capital Copenhagen for the 50th Eurovision anniversary, the Congratulations show. Another appearance of the duo was when they performed their winning melody at the city hall plaza (Rådhusplassen Image:Oslo rådhus2.jpg) of Oslo during the Eurovision concert in EuroPride 2005. She contributed to the 2011 album Mitt lille land.
Conservative Party of Norway. She was the Municipal and Regional Minister in Kjell Magne Bondevik's second government, 19 October 2001 until 17 October 2005. In 2005, she was appointed a Commander of the Order of St. Olav.
Erna Solberg received my Lithograph: "Sun Light"
Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen (born 4 May 1972) is a Pakistani Norwegian movie director.
Rolfsen belongs to the new generation of Norwegian directors who have influenced Norwegian film the last few years. His debut as feature film director came with the action film Izzat in 2005. Rolfsen has earlier made a number of commercials and music videos. He was also co-director of the romantic comedy Import Export.
Kjell Magne Bondevik born 3 September 1947, is a Norwegian Lutheran minister and politician (Christian Democratic Party). He served as Prime Minister of Norway from 1997 to 2000, and from 2001 to 2005, making him Norway's longest serving non-Labour Party Prime Minister since World War II. Currently, he is President of the Oslo Centre for Peace and Human Rights.
On 31 October 2006 he published his memoir, called Et liv i spenning (A life of excitement and tension).
Asia Begum receiving her award from the leader of the committee, Aamir Javed Sheikh.
Aamir Javed Sheikh (born 3 March 1970 in Gujrat, Pakistan) is a Norwegian-Pakistani local politician. Sheikh has been the City Representative for Oslo for the Høyre Party since 1995.
Aamir J. Sheikh came to Norway when he was eight, and grew up in Oslo. Sheikh is married to Afshan Rafiq, who is Norway's first full Stortings representative (for Høyre) from a minority background (Athar Ali and Shahbaz Tariq were both deputy representatives).
Since 2003, Aamir J. Sheikh has been the leader of the 14 August committee to celebrate Pakistan's national day in Norway. As the leader of the 14 August committee, he presented the Bridge Builder of the Year Award to King Harald in 2006 in Oslo.
Sheikh was also the leader of the 17 May committee in Oslo in 2008 (to celebrate Norway's national day). Aamir Javed Sheikh has since been leader of the group Dialogue for peace.
My speach about how important nature is for our spiritual growth.
My lithographs for the award winners.
Kåre Isaachsen Willoch, born 3 October 1928 in Oslo) is a Norwegian politician from the Conservative Party. He served as Minister of Trade and Shipping in 1963 and 1965–1970, and as Prime Minister of Norway from 1981 to 1986. Willoch was Chairman of the Conservative Party 1970–1974.
He since has held the offices of Governor of Akershus (1989–1998) and Chairman of NRK (1998–2000).
Willoch graduated as an economist (cand. oecon.) from the University of Oslo. He served in the Norwegian Brigade that formed part of the Allied occupation in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, after World War II, and became a dedicated friend of Germany during that time.
He speaks Norwegian, English, German and French, and has published a number of books.
On stage with Falak :)