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Noun1.Aghan - the ninth month of the Hindu calendar
Hindu calendar - the lunisolar calendar governing the religious life of Hindus; an extra month is inserted after every month in which there are two new moons (once every three years)
Hindu calendar month - any lunisolar month in the Hindu calendar
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In the Under-16 category 100m butterfly Kawas Aghan created new national record by winning gold medal, followed by Mohammad Danish and Abdul Rafi of Punjab won bronze medal, in Under-12 category 4X100m relay Sindh won gold medal, followed by Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Mr Aghan Daniel, the community and Advocacy Officer at the African Seeds Traders Association (AFSTA) said, "Within the last ten years, more than two trillion meals that contained genetically modified foods were eaten around the world and so far none of them has caused any adverse health reaction to the consumers.
PTI swept the polls in Dera Ismail Khan, Tank and Haripur where its candidates Mustafa Kundi, Azizullah and Aghan Sher were elected District Nazims.
He directed that the Aghan nationals and other foreigners residing here illegally should be arrested.
A month earlier, Aghan Asif Hussein Khai, 23, was picked up trying to reach the UK on a raft made of planks and a bedsheet.
Aghan Jan identified the slain person as Azim, a resident of Laghman province.
But he failed to name names or provide any evidence when pressed by Commissioner for Standards Paul Kernaghan, aghan, who investigated evidence compiled by the Mirror.
Aghan civilians fear that by the end of next year, when the majority of foreign troops in Afghanistan are due to leave, insurgents and radicals will be given the opportunity to gain lost territory, Reuters reported.
The late Primate of the Australian and New Zealand diocese, Archbishop Aghan Baliozian, had been seen as yet another powerful possibility.
It was followed by winning an Academy Award in 2007 for Taxi to the Dark Side, a film that used the death of an Aghan taxi driver at the Bagram Internment Facility to examine the ways the United States policy on torture defies the Geneva Convention.
Some prominent members of his party including Chaudhry Shahbaz, Dr Sher Aghan, Barriste Mohammad Ali Saif, Ahmad Raza Kasuri, Gen (retd) Rashid Qureishi and Fawad Chaudhry were also present at the press conference which they deemed an historic moment.
Begun in 1977 as an organization of Aghan women's rights, RAWA soon expanded its focus to work with refugees in Peshawar and began to run underground schools for children and started a bilingual magazine, Payam-e-Zan (Woman's Message).