East Punjab


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East′ Punjab′


n.
the E part of the former province of Punjab, in British India: now part of Punjab state, India.
East′ Punjab′i, n., adj.
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In the later part of nineteenth century my mother's family moved to Lahore from outside Srinagar while my father's side moved from Baramulla to Ludhiana, East Punjab. Kashmir is a land of peace having fertile minds who continue to dominate both India and Pakistan.
India appears to have become nervous with regard to Kashmir considering its international isolation over the issue, Kashmir's geostrategic position and the resentment prevailing against India in East Punjab. India's only land access is through East Punjab.
In the later part of the nineteenth century my mother's family moved to Lahore from outside Srinagar while my father's side moved from Baramulla to Ludhiana, East Punjab. Kashmir is a land of peace having fertile minds who continue to dominate both India and Pakistan.
They have overwhelmingly more commonalities among them than the people of Faisalabad, a vast majority of whom have migrated from various districts of East Punjab and speak a different dialect of Punjabi.
ISLAMABAD -- Police in Gujrat district of Pakistan's east Punjab province foiled a terror plot on Monday by gunning down three alleged militants of a proscribed organization, local reports said.
Indian armed forces simultaneously attacked 40 other historical gurdwaras all over East Punjab. When Sikhs in other states came to know about the desecration of the Harmandir Sahib and massacre of their brethren, they quickly left for Punjab.
The film has also managed to impress the people of East Punjab.
The testimonials start in 1881 when Wazir Ali was the proprietor of a merchant shop bearing his name in the Saddar Bazar of the garrison town of Ferozepore in East Punjab. "Wazir Ali has supplied me with all sorts of articles since I have been here.
Sidhu was criticised by some but his efforts were highly appreciated in East Punjab.
Salim Raza was born on March 4,1932 in east Punjab. After partition he shifted to Lahore from where he started singing from radio Pakistan.
Not long after Rana settled in east Punjab, Pakistan, he was on the move again.
The study is based on interviews of Muslim migrants migrated from East Punjab to West Punjab in general especially to one of the industrially developed city Lyallpur.

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