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bacha

(ˈbʌtʃə) or

bachcha

n
informal Hinglish a child or a young person
[C21: from Hindi baccā a child]
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Summary: Islamabad [Pakistan], May 17 (ANI): The Pakistan Supreme Court on Thursday suspended the death sentence of Bacha Khan University attack's mastermind, Akbar Ali, in connection with the 2016 Bacha Khan University attack, which claimed 22 lives.
Talking to media, Project Director Bacha Khan International Airport Peshawar Kashif Shah said the federal government has spent three billion rupees on renovation and expansion of the airport.
BEIRUT: Featuring work from the Amine El Bacha Foundation collection, "Partitions and Colors: Homage to Amine El Bacha" captures the diversity and beauty of Bacha's paintings across the different cities and landscapes.
Revenant sur le budget de 31 milliards de centimes, Bacha a insiste sur le fait que [beaucoup moins que] ladite enveloppe a ete debloquee par le ministere, mais n'a pas ete allouee completement a la preparation des athletes [beaucoup plus grand que].
Meanwhile, a free residential facility has opened at the Bacha Khan Medical Complex on Tuesday.
The guest house was constructed by KP Social Welfare Department, District Administration, Silani Welfare Trust and Bacha Khan Medical Complex.
Bacha Khan Chowk is one of the Central commercial area of city, shall be cleared from any encroachment', Tariq Javed Mengal.
He suffered heart attack as soon as he alighted from plane at Bacha Khan airport.
He said that Bacha Khan was not inspired by the nonviolence of Gandhi Ji as most often misunderstood.
While senior misogynists appreciate the intended sexism in the trash talk that the narr ka bacha bravely upheld amidst expected backlash, political analysts discern the underlying political intensions which dented the crude misogyny on display."It's obvious that the narr ka bacha intended to politically target his opponent through his jibe, but he also wanted to rely on wretched misogyny to score the points among his intended audience," notes Yasmine Stephens from Gender Studies Institute at Trinity Western University.
The movement actually represented a non-violent struggle of civil disobedience in the leadership of Bacha Khan against the British Empire.
Fawad and Jillani Shah Bacha were among the injured who were shifted to the district headquarters hospital Charsadda.