Patiala


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Pa·ti·a·la

 (pŭt′ē-ä′lə)
A city of northwest India north-northwest of Delhi. It was the center of a former princely state founded by a Sikh chieftain around 1763.

Patiala

(ˌpʌtɪˈɑːlə)
n
(Placename) a city in N India, in E Punjab: seat of the Punjabi University (1962). Pop: 302 870 (2001)
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Then I drove a bullock for a teli [an oilman] coming north; but I heard of a great feast forward in Patiala, and thither went I in the company of a firework-maker.
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Souq Al Bahar-based Indian restaurant, Patiala, has re-launched with a new menu by Indian celebrity chef and Masterchef India judge Kunal Kapur.
THERE is a Patiala peg to Punjab's parliamentary elections.
Summary: There's more to Patiala than the peg, the city that is home to the last example of Sikh architecture in the world, the Qila Mubarak.
Amanat Ali Khan was born in 1932 in Sham Chaurasi, Hoshiarpur, Punjab to Akhtar Husain Khan and the grandson of Ali Baksh Khan, the founder of Patiala Gharana.
Patiala, Feb 21 (ANI): Patiala police on Sunday nabbed two terrorists belonging to the Khalistan Liberations Front.
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Irfan, who finished a creditable 10th at the London Olympics in the 20km walk, is one of those who has stuck with his coach Gurdev Singh and is training with him in Patiala while the Russian coach is at the Bangalore centre of the Sports Authority of India ( SAI).
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AFTER spending more than four months away from the national camp, Olympic medallist boxer Vijender Kumar will return to Patiala, where he will resume his training on Monday.
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