Jalandhar

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Jal·an·dhar

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Jalandhar

(ˈdʒælænˌdɑː)
n
(Placename) a city in NW India, in central Punjab. Pop: 701 223 (2001)
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Rescuers used tranquilliser guns but the beast leapt from their net and continued its raid in Lamba Pind, Jalandhar, India.
Arshad was born on Oct 1, 1937 in Jalandhar, India. He graduated from the Government College, Lahore in 1959 and obtained an LLB degree in 1966 from the University of Karachi.
Kuriakose Kattuthara, 67, a Catholic priest, was found dead inside his room in Jalandhar, India, Oct.
BMW India, a subsidiary of BMW AG (Xetra: BMW), has launched its BMW Mobile Studio, a one-of-a-kind-mobile showroom, in Jalandhar, India.
England surpassed their previous highest total of 376 for four, also against Pakistan in 1997 at the Ghandi Stadium in Jalandhar, India.
At first they were in denial but when I showed them our marriage certificates, they tricked me into coming to their hometown Jalandhar, India, saying they will hold a lavish wedding ceremony for us.
Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar, India in 2009.
SBP team will open their 4th round campaign with a match against California Eagles tomorrow, Friday at Burlton Park Jalandhar Hockey Stadium, Jalandhar, India. Vancouver Lions will be their next opponents on September 20 at the same venue.
Jalandhar, India, Jumada I 24, 1433, Apr 16, 2012, SPA Officials said today a three-story blanket factory has collapsed in northern India, killing at least five people.
Besides the Nigar Film and Graduate Awards from Pakistan, he was presented the Saigal Award in Jalandhar, India, in 1979 and the Gorkha Dakshina Bahu Award in Nepal in 1983.