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Jal·an·dhar

 (jŭl′ən-dər)

Jalandhar

(ˈdʒælænˌdɑː)
n
(Placename) a city in NW India, in central Punjab. Pop: 701 223 (2001)
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When asked to throw light on the matter, he said that Jalandar police have informed that Adil has been arrested by Delhi Police Cyber Cell in a hacking case.
Jalandar Shah Bahnam said international standards have been incorporated in the curriculum of the academy as well as discipline and increased the capacity in a bid to help train good leaders on operational and strategic level.
One leads to Kashmir through Shirsharaha and Dahmala (capital of Jalandar) terminating at RajKiri.
The militants hurled a hand grenade to the house of Samin Jan in Jalandar Colony and as a result Samin Jan, his wife and son Sadat Khan became injured.
"It is the same Kirpan that saved half of people in here are able to live in freedom, when Sikhs went from all the villages from Punjab, from Jalandar, Phagwara, Ludhiana and came in for with these English people against the Nazis.
The commander, Jalandar Shah Behnam, now serves as head of MoD's emergency department.
Pavers England has presence across India in North: Delhi & NCR, Chandigarh, Jalandar, Ludhiana, Amritsar; West: Pune, Mumbai, Ahemdabad; East: Kolkata; South: Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Cochin, Vishakhapatnam.
In 1995, Ajit Jalandar Akhbar published a story on this hero, which came in three parts.
While ordering a thorough investigation of the collateral damage, President Karzai Sunday fired General Jalandar Shah Behnam, the Afghan National Army officer in charge of western Afghanistan, and an ANA major leading Afghan commandos.