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chenar

(tʃiːˈnɑː)
n
the oriental plane tree
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PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan on Tuesday formally inaugurated the Monsoon Tree Plantation Campaign at provincial level by planting Platanus Orientalis (Chenar Tree) at Peshawar Zoo which will be followed by comprehensive plantation campaign at regional and district levels.
Born in Kalashpora Srinagar 1922, the Buch's were three brothers: Yusuf, the KCS officer, Ghulam Naqashaband, who eventually became the Resident Commissioner in Delhi and Mohammad Amin Buch, who became the Chief Conservator of forests in Jammu and Kashmir and would also run Chenar newspaper.
Born in Kalashpora, Srinagar 1922, the Buch's were three brothers: Yusuf, the KCS officer, Ghulam Naqashaband, who eventually became the Resident Commissioner in Delhi and Mohammad Amin Buch, who became the Chief Conservator of forests in Jammu and Kashmir and would also run Chenar newspaper.
In Chenar, at least 20 people were killed, mostly residents of a dozen houses collapsed and washed away by the raging waters.
In ending his note, he asked for his brain to be studied by a pathologist he named as Coleman Chenar.
(42.) Ali Chenar, "The Politics of the Hidden Imam" Frontline, Tehran Bureau (July 27, 2011) http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/tehranbureau/2011/07/the-politics-of-the-hiddenimam.html#ixzz1qEdskpuM (March 31, 2012).