Zinda is a Hindi/Urdu word meaning "alive". It can refer to:

  • Zinda (magazine), the largest online magazine serving the Syriac-speaking community around the world
  • Zinda (film), a 2006 Bollywood film
  • Lady Blackhawk (Zinda Blake), a DC Comics character and member of The Blackhawks and Birds of Prey

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Zinda - People
... Zinda Kaul (1884–1965), Kashmiri poet Zinda Kaboré (1920–1947), politician of Voltaic origin ...
Lady Blackhawk - Zinda Blake - Character History - Blackhawks
... Zinda Blake, determined to become the first woman member of the famed World War II unit known as the Blackhawks, trained herself to pilot a wide range of modern ... Despite her able assistance, Zinda was told that the Blackhawk codes forbade a woman from joining the team ... Zinda followed this exploit by rescuing the entire Blackhawk team from the Scavenger, and in return was told, by Blackhawk himself, that she could become an honorary member of the team ...
Sanjay Gupta (director) - Zinda Controversy
... Zinda (2005) bears a striking resemblance to Oldboy, a 2003 South Korean film directed by Park Chan-wook, but is not an officially sanctioned remake ... It was reported in 2005 that Zinda was under investigation for violation of copyright ...
Vetri Vizha - Plot
... with the commissioner to bring down a notorious hitman Zinda (Salim Ghouse) ... Unable to find any information about Zinda’s whereabouts, they devise a plan to make Vetri go undercover and make him a bigger and more dangerous hitman than Zinda, hoping Zinda would get in touch with his ... The plan works and soon Zinda and Vetri become friends ...
Zinda Laash
... Zinda Laash (Urdu زندہ لاش) is a 1967 Pakistani Urdu feature film, directed by Khwaja Sarfraz ... Zinda Laash is also known as Dracula in Pakistan (USA title) and The Living Corpse (International title) ...