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alang

(ˈɑːlɑːŋ)
n
(Plants) a type of grass grown in Malaysia and often used for thatching roofs
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Tenders are invited for Supply of electrical materials and rewiring of staff quarters, power house & inspection quarter at Navadra, Ghogha , Diu-Head , Alang, Jegri and Kacchigadh Lighthouse & Veraval Navtex Station under Jamnagar Directorate.
The villas are crowned with distinctive thatch roofs made from local Alang Alang grass and the rooms encourage breeze cooled outdoor living.
This Great North Gang, trundle alang, thirteen miles for their sins.
They may have been gannin' alang the Scotswood Road a few miles away (for the Blaydon Race) earlier in the evening, but there was every bit as much energy on show in Chester-le-Street too.
For someone who had seen this graveyard of ships a decade ago with its poor infrastructure, filth, unskilled labourers carelessly using gas cutters, oil tainted black shores and unkempt heaps of scrap and steel, the new Alang is sure to be a surprise.
Hinugot ko lahat ng lakas sa loob aking katawan alang alang sa pagibig ("I took out all the courage within me for the sake of love)," said Jumillo.
Programmes on different topics including Government Emerson College, Abdali Road, Shrine Sultan Ali Akbar Shamsi, Art and Craft Bazaar, Shahi Eid Gah, Government Muslim High School, Aam Khas Bagh, Cantt Railway Station, Fort Kuhna Qasim, Grave Yard Bibi Pak Damin Mai, Nishtar Medical College, Sorij Miani, Faseel Shehr Alang and Darwazay, Bagh Langay Khan, Ghanta Ghar, Hussain Agahi Bazaar and Parhalad Temple.
Meghani, director of International Steel Corporation, a large ship recycling firm based in Alang, said concerns about poor safety and environmental standards in India were misplaced.
A report prepared by the NGO Legal Initiative for Forests and Environment ( LIFE) on the Alang Sosiya ship recycling yard in Gujarat, which is yet to be published, revealed that most of the plots had uncemented floors.
New Delhi, July 11 ( ANI ): The National Human Rights Commission has taken suo motu cognizance of media reports that a gas leak happened on the 28th June, 2014 at Alang Ship Breaking Port in Gujarat in which five persons were killed and many more were injured.
The explosion occurred in a chemical tank while the workers were dismantling the old vessel at the Alang ship-breaking yard in Gujarat state, said police officer Ramesh Budhrejiya.
140 of Asia's biggest ship breaking yard in Alang district," the report said.