Nurul IslamNurul Islam, which also may be written ''Nur ul-Islam'', is an Arabic phrase meaning ''light of Islam''. It may refer to
* A. K. M. Nurul Islam (1919–2015), Bangladeshi politician, justice and vice-president of Bangladesh * Mohammad Nurul Islam (1924–2007), Bangladeshi economist, Governor of Bangladesh Bank * Mustafa Nurul Islam (1927–2018), Bangladeshi academician and National Professor of Bangladesh * Nurul Islam (broadcaster) (1928–2006), Bangladeshi broadcast journalist, producer, and presenter at BBC * AKM Nurul Islam (botanist) (1928–2006), Bangladeshi botanist and National Professor of Bangladesh * Nurul Islam (physician) (1928–2013), Bangladeshi physician and National Professor of Bangladesh * Nurul Islam (Dhubri politician) (born 1931), Indian politician * Nurul Islam (minister) (born 1938), Bangladesh Minister of Expatriates' Welfare and Overseas Employment (2015–2018) * A M Nurul Islam (1939–2017), Bangladeshi politician and bureaucrat * Muhammad Nurul Islam (born 1943), Bangladeshi diplomat * Nurul Islam Nahid (born 1945), Bangladeshi politician and the Minister of Education (2015–2018) * Md. Nurul Islam Sujon, Bangladeshi politician and the Minister of Railways (since 2019) * Nurulislam Arkallayev (born 1961), Ukrainian politician * Haji Nurul Islam (born 1963), Indian politician * Nurul Islam Farooqi (died 2014), Bangladeshi Islamic scholar * Nurul Islam (economist), Bangladeshi economist, politician, and philanthropist * Nurul Islam Babul (1946–2020), Bangladeshi businessman * Nurul Islam (lawyer), British (ex-Burmese) lawyer and political activist Provided by Wikipedia
1by Islam, Nurul### CRL customization ### ?> ### Add publisher and desc details ### ?>
Published 1967Karachi, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, 1967.iv, 32 p. 35 cm.
2A comparative study of the role of nitrification inhibitors in soil : with special attention to their potentials and limitationsby Islam, Nurul, 1929-### CRL customization ### ?> ### Add publisher and desc details ### ?>
Published 1989Uppsala : Dept. of Soil Sciences, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, 1989.53 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.