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Cawnpore (ˌkɔːnˈpɔː) or
(Placename) the former name of Kanpur
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While at Cawnpur
, General Hugh Weeler and at Meerut, General Hewit both lost hopelessly despite having more troops and weapons, primary reasons being: hesitation, inactivity under crisis and lack of boldness.
(1871), Indian Musalmans, Trubner and Co; London and Sir Syed: (Urdu) Causes of Indian Revolt, 1901, Nami Press Cawnpur
India due to British built Sugar Technology Institute at Cawnpur
and Cane Breeding Station at Coimbatore is certainly ahead of us in sugar making and manufactures several varieties of direct consumption white sugar by processes discarded by Pakistan long ago.