bakra

bakra

(ˈbækrə)
n, pl -ra or -ras
(Peoples) a White person, esp one from Britain
adj
(Peoples) (of people) White, esp British
[of African origin]
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Tenders are invited for Providing Electrical Work Under Project Arrow Phase Ix At Kala Bakra Po Under Jalandhar Division (Punjab) Third Call
According to details, people residing at Imambara,Akal garh,Dhoke dalal,karimpura,Committee Chowk, Dhoke Khaba, Umer Road, Dhoke Ealhi Bukush, Nadeem Colony, Arya Mohallah, Pirwadhai, Adiala Road, Bakra Mandi, Dhoke Syedan, Sadiqabad, Muslim Town,Shah khalid Colony, Pindora, Shah Khalid Colony and Murshid Town are facing worst difficulties due to
Meanwhile, the encroachers have set-up their businesses including Saddar, Tench Bhata, Range Road, 22 Number Chungi, Bakra Mandi, Kamalabad and Dhoke Syedan road.
He became one of the most well-known stage performers in Pakistan after his extremely popular 1989 comedy play Bakra Qistoon Pay and Buddha Ghar Pe Hai.
The incident took place at Bakenia Ghat in Araria district of the state, when the boat was in mid-stream crossing the Bakra river with about 12 people on board," said Press Trust of India, Reuters reported.
The concept, however, is not new in India as MTV had earlier broadcast a similar series called MTV Bakra which too had become a huge hit.
Shahrukh koi aisa waisa bakra nahi hai, special hai, farishta hai," said one of them in the promo.
According to police officials, security forces launched a massive operation in Bakra Peri area of Quetta against the suspected militants killing at least four of them.
Over a half dozen suspects were apprehended during a search operation by Rangers in Bakra Piri in Lyari and Pak Colony's Jahanabad in Sindh province.
A sparsely populated town called Bakra, in the west of the country and over 100 km (62 miles) from the Saudi border, was chosen in 2010 as the preferred site to build the nuclear power complex.
A sparsely populated town called Bakra, in the west of the country and over 100km (62 miles) from the Saudi border, was chosen in 2010 as the preferred site to build the nuclear power complex.
PPP activist Shoaib Baloch was shot dead on the Bakra Piri Road in the Malir City police precincts.