bigha


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bigha

(ˈbiːɡə)
n
(Units) (in India) a unit for measuring land
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He cultivated the cash crop on three bigha of land following the year.
Pushpa is able to earn an annual income of INR 100,000 per bigha of her land.
The massacre took place 16 years ago when around 100 armed Ranvir Sena activists raided a dalit hamlet at Shankar Bigha village in central Bihar's Jehanabad district on the night of January 25 -- on the eve of Republic Day -- and gunned down at least 23 villagers in cold blood while they were asleep in their mud-built houses and huts.
As per reports, when the electorates comprising mostly women protested the discrepancies at booth number 183 in Rahim Bigha of Belaganj area, the officials used filthy words against them.
The government has announced that for training farmers on these techniques, 900 demonstration plots would be set up each occupying one bigha (1 bigha = 1333.
According to a private TV channel, Custom Officials raided at a house in the area of Bigha Sheer Chowk, Muzaffargarh and arrested four smugglers Waseem, Sameera, Ismail and Akhlaq.
Industries Minister Kishan Kapoor said, 'Hero Honda has requested the government to provide 2,000 bighas (one bigha is 0.
Furthermore, I couldn't have cared less how geeky I looked--the Bigha StarSeeker binocular chair was fulfilling a fantasy I'd been harboring for 40 years.
Our laser is completely safe,' Noah Acres, director of marketing for Bigha, said.
Tenders are invited for All that part and parcel of the vacant plot measuring 16 bigha 10 biswa 70 bigha 07 biswa, situated in the revenue area of village chouki (hadbast no.
When she had less land she grew vegetables on just 1 bigha, but now she grows vegetables on 3 bighas and make a profit of INR 1 lakh per year from sale of vegetables alone.
The accident happened near the Titai Bigha village under the Rasiup police circle on NH139.