Lala


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Lala

(ˈlɑːlɑː)
n
a title or form of address, equivalent to Mr, used in India
[Hindi]
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There was some justification for Kim - he had kicked Lala Dinanath's boy off the trunnions - since the English held the Punjab and Kim was English.
'The Ajaib-Gher, the Wonder House!' Kim gave him no title - such as Lala or Mian.
With restaurants in Huddersfield and Wakefield, Lala's is also soon to open two new branches - in Leeds and Bradford - spreading the restaurant's special flavour and brand further out into Yorkshire and the North.
"These huge funds would further modernize the agriculture infrastructure which would boost per hector yield that would bring prosperity hundred of million farmers across Punjab province" Lala Tahir maintained.
"Dito (Kapatagan) hindi pa tapos but apparently more than a thousand here and more than 2,000 sa Lala ang nagbakwit initially," he said.
"This was the first sale for these family-owned properties in nearly 30 years, and we were thrilled with the reception," said Lala.
The Lala will be rebranded as 'Her20s', the premiere digital and social destination and community for women navigating this pivotal decade of their lives, which is also a sweet spot for advertisers.
The awards competition was held for fourth consecutive year which was announced in 2015 in the memory of late Lala Amir, a veteran journalist from Peshawar.
He also asked to make improvement in the railway track on Lala Musa-Jhelum section.
" He said added we must have to pay colossal tribute to Lala Siddique Baloch who changed the mind-set of Baloch nation through his pen.
Right after that The Express Tribune reached out to Lala only to get a confirmation from his acquaintance that he doing well and resting.