Ghaziabad

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Gha·zi·a·bad

 (gä′zē-ə-bäd′)
A city of north-central India northeast of Delhi. The city was the scene of fighting during the Indian Mutiny (1857).
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Summary: Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Jan 11 (ANI): A 7-year-old boy died after allegedly being beaten up by his teacher in a Gaziabad school on Thursday.
Government sources said that the curfew was imposed in many affected areas in the states of Haryana and Punjab and other places including the capital New Delhi and the adjacent towns of Noida and Gaziabad.
Dental erosion, dental caries experience and periodontal status among battery factory workers of Gaziabad.
Lahore -- Lahore police on Wednesday busted a three-member women gang in the Gaziabad area.
Modi has laid the foundation stone of the 135 km Kundli Gaziabad Palwal ( KGP) expressway, which bypasses Delhi through the eastern side covering Haryana and western UP.
Clean and Clears' Freshpanti continues with its next phase reaching out to the teenagers in Lucknow and Gaziabad 20th September onwards.
Associate Professor, Department of Community Medicine, Rama Medical College Hospital & RC, Gaziabad.
We would recall the Gaziabad Providing Fund scam involving local judges and some judges from the higher courts.