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minar

(mɪˈnɑː)
n
a tower or turret in southern or eastern Asia
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Atomic Energy Commission of Pakistan, under which MINAR is functioning, approved PC-1 of a sum of Rs 896.
Head to 1AQ, Qutub Minar Roundabout, Mehrauli Road, for a slice of history.
He said it was because of the hospitality and cooperation of the Lahorites that the participants of the Ijtema had spent three days around the historic Minar e Pakistan with total ease, comfort and safety.
Les Tunisiennes se sont imposees grace aux buts de Meriem Houiej (11e, 68e), Rania Aouina (65e), Minar Hamrouni (88e).
According to Mashable, the Taj Mahal, the Ajanta and Ellora caves, and Qutub Minar, an ancient Islamic monument, are three structures that will be featured on Google Maps.
Abdur Rauf Taj, the provincial police chief, said the explosion happened inside the hotel located in the Minar Square of the city.
Named after the year Qutb Minar was commissioned for construction, the restaurant is spread over three floors--starting with manicured lawns with waterfalls, a ground floor seating area with a bar, another dining room on the first floor and a terrace on the third.
New Delhi A well in the backdrop of the famous Qutub Minar in the cowbelt of Mehrauli has turned into a symbol of overflowing hope for many.
This new stretch from the Central Secretariat to Qutub Minar will certainly improve business in the markets that it covers.
FABIO FOGNINI has put together a string of more than useful performances on clay this year and he is too big at 4-9 to beat Ivo Minar in today's German Open first round.
Czech Republic's Ivo Minar, the world number 82, won the Zagorka Cup tennis tournament in Sofia on April 26, beating Florian Mayer from Germany in straight sets (6-4, 6-3).