bundobust

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bundobust

(ˈbʌndəbʌst)
n
a variant spelling of bandobust
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Mr Hashmi also recalled how during the last hearing the court had asked about cancelling his licence to practice as a lawyer and when he replied that it involved bread and butter of his children, the court observed that 'Iska bandobast bhi wohi kareyga jis kay liye naray lagatay ho' (They will take care of you for whom you raise slogans).
The CJP then went on to say, 'Is ka bandobast bhi woh hi karey ga jis ke liye naaray lagatey ho.
42 crores to the Mumbai Police for providing security and bandobast in the last 17 matches, an RTI query has revealed.
Tenders are invited for DAILY RATES FOODBILL FOR DAKOR PUNAM MELA BANDOBAST, DAKOR.
The Tehsil Collector has also declared the foot-notes mentioned by a Tehsildar Bandobast Nahim Maqbool to transfer the afformentioned land as illegal and against the Land Revenue Act 1967, they added.
The Tehsil Collector has also declared the foot-notes mentioned by a Tehsildar Bandobast Nahim Maqbool to transfer the aforementioned land as illegal and against the Land Revenue Act 1967, they added.
He has recreated what the Nizams of Hyderabad used in their bandobast embroidery.
Full police bandobast all along the route, to ensure the safety of the participants.
The driver of the car allegedly did not stop at the police bandobast and tried to flee.
The present comparative study includes randomly selected 50 male policemen from those engaged in traffic control in "Group A" and the "Group B" includes 60 policemen working for crime detection, bandobast (security), police station wireless operators, in control rooms and patrolling thus involving all those in non-traffic control job in Dhule city, Maharashtra.
One final question: if all parties, all politicians, all religious leaders, and the rest of us observers knew that this is only the penultimate judgement and that the aggrieved party will go to Supreme Court (Sunni Wakf Board plans to shorty), was there any reason for the administrative bandobast that state and central governments had to organise, the appeals against violence that one leader after another stated - and, most of all, this irrational fear of violence that all of us had to endure?
21) Bandobast and Khabar: Reminiscences of India (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1888), pp.