chalan


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chalan

(ˈtʃʌlən)
vb (tr)
to cause (an accused person) to appear before a magistrate
n
an invoice, pass, or voucher
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While passing this order, Special Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) judge Syed Ali Imran asked the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) to complete its investigation and present a formal chalan in court on August 7.
With greying hair at his temples and weariness behind his dark eyes, it's hard to believe Yaman Chalan is a young man still in his early 20s.
''We will chalan those who tortured the girl and who took her away,'' DIG assured the court.
The CBCP identified them as Bishop Ryan Jimenez, 47, of Chalan Kanoa in Saipan, and Bishop Pedro Baquero, 48, of Kerema in Papua New Guinea.
It did not come under the domain of NAB but the FIA, which should be directed to submit its final chalan on the basis of the JIT report submitted earlier, he added.
The act of prolonging court proceedings deliberately by one of the litigating parties through delaying tactics is pretty common; like not providing witnesses, distorting evidence, bribing police to delay the submission of chalan in court and taking unnecessary and long dates through lawyers.
Tipo y tamano de las areas verdes: describe los tipos y el tamano de las AV de cada distrito (Segura & Trincado, 2003; Cueva & Chalan, 2010) (Cuadro 1).
"We can attend classes even during the rainy season, when our homes are barely above water," the seven-year-old told AFP aboard the vessel in Chalan Beel, some 175km northwest of Dhaka.
The firm is to build the HQ along Chalan San Antonio in Tamuning.