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Ahmednagar

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Ahmadnagar

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(Placename) a city in W India, in Maharashtra: formerly one of the kingdoms of Deccan. Pop: 307 455 (2001)
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Tenders are invited for Provn Of External Services Water Supply Electric Supply And Sewage Disposal For Map Phase Ii Under Ge N Ahmadnagar
Pires proceeded to find service in the Ahmadnagar army, first as a bombardier and later as captain of the cavalry; he became a favorite of Burhan Nizam Shah, the sultan, and eventually took the name of Firangi Khan.
204 to Baiwala Phatak, improvement of road from Novelty Pul to Jhang Road, rehabilitation of Jail road, improvement of road from Samudri Road Farooqabad to Ahmadnagar, widening and improvement of road from Satiana to Chak No.
The passing of the landmark Bill also resulted in social activist Anna Hazare ending his nine-day-long fast at Ralegan Siddhi in Maharashtra's Ahmadnagar District.
In this chapter the Sultanates of Bijapur and Ahmadnagar are positioned in the midst of Mughal, Portuguese, and Safavid interests.
Talking from his native town Ahmadnagar on telephone on Saturday, the highly respected politician said that Raymond Davis case is legal and not political and must be handled as such.
An Ahmadi mosque was seized at Ahmadnagar in October 2003, and a mosque in Sayedwala was attacked and destroyed in 2001 by a large group of persons led by the village mullahs.
Timeline April 1918: Terence Alan Patrick Sean Milligan is born in Ahmadnagar, India, to a British Army captain.
He knew of yunani medicine from its local practitioners, or hakims, and had a cordial relationship with these people at the court of the Nizam Shahs in Ahmadnagar.
She was born at Ahmadnagar in India on January 22, 1898, the day of a total eclipse.
The P has taken up the cause of the 17- year- old dalit boy from Kharda village of Ahmadnagar who was allegedly tortured and murdered on April 28 for getting into a relationship with an upper caste Maratha girl.
Civil society leaders Anna Hazare, Kiran Bedi and Arvind Kejriwal address the media after their core committee meeting in Ralegan Siddhi in Ahmadnagar on Sunday.