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Gog·ra

 (gŏg′rə, -rä)
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Gogra

(ˈɡɒɡrə)
n
(Placename) a river in N India, rising in Tibet, in the Himalayas, and flowing southeast through Nepal as the Karnali, then through Uttar Pradesh to join the Ganges. Length: about 1000 km (600 miles)
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In a meeting with Detective Assistant Superintendent, Mustapha Gogra of Lumley Police Station on August 10, Ms.
Earlier a similar meeting was organized at Gogra on April 19th which was attended by a select group of cardiac physicians and Family Physicians.
According to police, 22yearold Shaukat Ali was travelling on his motorcycle with his friends, when he was hit by a speeding car near Lahrian on Gogra bypass.
According to details, a family of Gogra area of Lodhran was going for a picnic to Head Panjnad this day; when van reached near Basti Gharibabad its cylinder blasted with a loud bang.
These recesses are of various depths; the smaller and more numerous discharge the shorter sources of the Indian rivers, such as the Vet of Kashmir, the ChandraBhaga of the Panjab Himalaya, the Jamna and Ganges of Hindostan, and no doubt many tributaries of the latter flowing from Naipal to Bengal; but a few of them are so great as to form an absolute break through the outermost ranges of the snowy mountains, and make the sources of some of the Indian rivers absolutely Tibetan or Trans-Himalayan, such as the heads of the Tsotso Sutluj, the Karnali Gogra Purang, or Mapcha river (in S.E.
Principal battles: Sar-i-pul (Sar-e Pol) (1501); Panipat (1526); Khanua (west of Agra) (1527); the Gogra (Karnali) (1529).
Naib Tehsildar Sub-Tehsil Haji Shehr, Muhammad Qasim Shahwani told on Sunday that torrential rains caused flood flash in River Nari which inundated three villages including Gogra Mari, Goth Baig Muhammad Dharpali and Goth Chishti.