Kalka


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Noun1.Kalka - the Mongol people living in the central and eastern parts of Outer MongoliaKalka - the Mongol people living in the central and eastern parts of Outer Mongolia
Mongol, Mongolian - a member of the nomadic peoples of Mongolia
2.Kalka - the language of the Khalkha that is the official language of the Mongolian People's Republic
Mongolic, Mongolic language, Mongolian - a family of Altaic language spoken in Mongolia
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We came to Umballa in the hot misty dawn, four or five men, who had been working hard fox eleven months, shouting for our dales--the two-horse travelling carriages that were to take us up to Kalka at the foot of the Hills.
So we rolled, barking and yelping, into Kalka for lunch, and Garm ate enough for two.
After Kalka the road wound among the hills, and we took a curricle with half-broken ponies, which were changed every six miles.
Mahbub had gone down to Umballa to bring up a fresh consignment of horses, and Kim met him on the Kalka road at dusk riding alone, begged an alms of him, was sworn at, and replied in English.
Contractor address : 1409 A/13 3Rd Floor Gali No.13 Kalka Ji Gobindpuri New Delhi -110019 1409 A/13 3Rd Floor Gali No.13 Kalka Ji Gobindupur New Delhi -110019 Delhi - 110019
Another Toy Train location is the Kalka-Shimla railway, starting from Kalka, Haryana, and climbs upwards to Shimla, Himachal Pradesh.
Results: Mike Drake and Harold Hughes - 47 points Andrew Jones and Dave F Jones - 46 points Mick Carnell and Mike Kalka - 44 points Roy Jordan and Tony Jackson - 41 points.
Naldehra is 22 kilometres from Shimla, 113 km from Kalka and 140 km from Chandigarh, which is in talks to have a direct flight from Dubai soon.
Mrs Nichols died on Saturday during the chartered trip organised by York-based tour company Great Rail Journeys, which involved a journey on the celebrated railway Kalka to Shimla line in the Northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.
Mrs Nichols died on Saturday during the chartered trip organised by York-based tour company Great Rail Journeys which involved a journey on the celebrated railway Kalka to Shimla line in the Northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.
The victims were part of a group of 37 British tourists travelling from Kalka to the Himalayan city of Shimla - a Unesco world heritage site.
The tragedy happened when a specially chartered service crashed just after starting its journey from Kalka to the Himalayan town of Shimla yesterday.