Banaras


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Ba·na·ras

 (bə-när′əs, -ēz)

Banaras

(bəˈnɑːrəz)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Benares
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Tenders are invited for Department of botany institute of science banaras hindu university
The RCB official said that they cleared Adra drain along with drains from Tench Pulli to Faisal Colony, Miran Bakhsh Colony, Akhri Stop, Tench Bhatta Pulli, Jan Colony, Dhoke Abdul Latif Pulli, Aslam Market, Rahat Colony, Mughalabad Street Nullah, Shalley Valley to Dhoke Banaras, Dhoke Banaras to Allama Iqbal Colony Street 2, Habib Colony drain, Chak Madad Khan, Gawalmandi, Akbar Market, Officers Colony drain, Friends Colony, IJP Road and Shah Piyara Allahabad areas.
Summary: Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Apr 03 (ANI): A Banaras Hindu University (BHU) student was shot at in front of his hostel inside the campus on Tuesday evening and he later succumbed to his injuries, police said.
KARACHI -- The Banaras silk industry, founded in a densely populated locality in Orangi Town, is known to be the first home-based industry of its kind to operate in Karachi.
Young Meeran defeat Banaras Memorial, Young Meeran edged past Banaras Memorial 5-4 on penalty kicks.
Banaras Hussain was caught selling cosmetics at his shop in Rye Lane, Peckham, that contained illegal levels of hydroquinone and corticosteroids, which can cause cancer and irreversible skin damage.
Meat wholesaler Nahim Mohammed Banaras has been disqualified, from June 12, from acting as a company director or from managing, or in any way controlling, a limited company until 2024.
TOWARDS THE CONCLUDING QUARTER OF THE 20TH CENTURY, THERE TOOK place a splendidly orchestrated design resurgence in Banaras, modern Varanasi, a city with a fabled legacy of sumptuous figured kinkhab silks and loom-patterned jamdani cottons.
[1.] Senior Resident, Department of Neurology, Institute of Medical Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.
It is Varanasi, or Banaras, that has been the painter's muse.
But Judge Amjad Nawaz, at Wolverhampton Crown Court, told Shazad Banaras it was the last chance he would get.
The 139 paintings by Indian Expressionist painter Manu Parekh reproduced here share a single subject: the holy site of Banaras, the city on the Ganges river where Hindus hope to scatter their remains and that is home to 1,500 temples and mosques.