Rann of Kutch


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Rann of Kutch

 (rŭn; kŭch)
An extensive salt marsh of western India and southeast Pakistan between the Gulf of Kutch and the Indus River delta. It was the scene of major border disputes in 1965 and 1971.
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The Rann of Kutch is one of the most desolate and arid places in the world, but its vast, barren land of salt marshes are home to migrant labourers who toil in pitiful conditions to manually extract salt through natural evaporation of the seawater.
For the Border Security Force, the main issues are ceasefire violations in Jammu and Kashmir, including sniper attacks, infiltration, intrusion in the Rann of Kutch and smuggling.
Pakistan will submit and prove before the tribunal to be appointed for arbitration on the Rann of Kutch dispute, that the territory belongs to
The Rann of Kutch is shared between which two countries?
Recently, the SunEdison Foundation made a charitable donation to the Self Employed Women's Association (SEWA) to help salt farmers in the Little Rann of Kutch in Gujarat purchase solar water pumps.
The road from Bhuj heading towards the White Rann or Greater Rann of Kutch is almost one straight stretch, flanked by flat, barren land broken by the odd shrub and groups of nomadic tribes.
Mukherjee complimented CPWD for undertaking and complementing challenging assignments in the Rann of Kutch, Thar Desert, in high altitude areas of the Himalayas, North-Eastern Region and also in Afghanistan.
Jal," set in salt marsh Rann of Kutch, Gujarat, starring Purab Kohli has mostly received good reviews from critics.
The two countries had agreed to resume talks on Sir Creek, a 96 km strip in the Rann of Kutch marshlands of Gujarat, and the Wullar Barrage built on river Jhelum in Kashmir.
Apart from the culturally rich Konkan countryside, Culture Aangan has recently introduced its home stay ventures in Rajasthan, Rann of Kutch and several other Indian villages.
We see the old Port Trust offices in Mumbai, with their piles of fraying paperwork and aimlessly whirring fans; gorgeously decaying mansions in Gujarat, with their pastel-green peeling walls and sadly tinkling chandeliers; the beige desert landscape of the Rann of Kutch (at the border between India and Pakistan); and close-ups of a vast ship under construction.
However, in the mountainous regions, in Rajasthan's Thar desert and in the Rann of Kutch in western India, the donkeys are still a popular mode of transportation.