Jullundur


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Jul·lun·dur

also Jal·an·dhar  (jŭl′ən-dər)
A city of northwest India north-northwest of Delhi. It was the capital of an ancient kingdom of the same name and came under British jurisdiction in 1846.
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Jullundur

(ˈdʒʌləndə)
n
(Placename) the former name of Jalandhar
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Jul•lun•dur

(ˈdʒʌl ən dər)

n.
a city in N Punjab, in NW India. 405,700.
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'There is no room even for a mouse,' shrilled the wife of a well- to-do cultivator - a Hindu Jat from the rich Jullundur, district.
He paved the streets of Jullundur and built a great tank near Umballa.
We have a Red Bull in our village behind Jullundur city, and he grazes by choice in the very greenest of our fields!'
It is also worth noting that neither Mr Justice Isa nor Chief Justice Iftikhar were ethnically Baloch, Mr Justice Isa being grandson of a Hazara migrant from Afghanistan, Chief Justice Iftikhar the son of a policeman from Jullundur.
In addition to 34 princely states, the Punjab province, from then on, was left with 27 districts which were divided into five commissionerships i.e., Delhi, Jullundur, Lahore, Rawalpindi and Multan.19
Bishop Franco Mulakkal to be temporarily relieved of his pastoral responsibilities in the Diocese of Jullundur. Having considered all circumstances the Holy Father has accepted this request of Bishop Mulakkal."
On the previous evening, a meditation session was held at Sri Krishna Temple in the city as there was not enough space in the gurunivas to accommodate thousands of devotees who had reached Jaipur from Hyderabad, Kolkata, Jullundur, and Chandigarh besides far off places in Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.
It is a bitter reality that majority of Muslims who lived in subcontinent, including those from areas that constitute Pakistan, lived in congested walled cities which exist even today in Agra, Delhi, Hyderabad, Lahore, Jullundur etc.
On termination of war, his unit sailed back to the subcontinent, and remained stationed at Jullundur and Lahore.
He was born on the 4th of April 1904 in Jammu, but the family belonged originally to Jullundur, Punjab.
Summary: Jullundur Motor Agency has managed to grow at a decent pace despite a slowdown in the commercial vehicle market.