chota


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chota

(ˈtʃəʊtə)
adj
Indian small, lesser, or minor
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As he drummed his heels against Zam-Zammah he turned now and again from his king-of-the-castle game with little Chota Lal and Abdullah the sweetmeat-seller's son, to make a rude remark to the native policeman on guard over rows of shoes at the Museum door.
'Let me up!' shrilled little Chota Lal in his gilt-embroidered cap.
'A priest, perhaps,' said Chota Lal, spying the rosary.
Then he moved on, and slept that night in an empty hut at Chota Simla, which looks like the very last end of the earth, but it was only the beginning of his journey.
Consumers of 11KV Marghuz, Swabi University, Shahmansoor Hospital, Town 1, 2, Marghuz Rural, Panjpir, Zaida, Lahor City, Chota Lahor, Shahmansoor, Khadu Khel feeders will face inconvenience on Aug 7, 10, 19, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 31 from 8am to 2pm.
The bus was travelling from Chota Shimla to wild Flower hall with nine people on board when the incident took place around 1:30 pm.
Rescue 1122 spokesman said that the oil boiler exploded due to high pressure and leakage of delivery pipe in a local Daal (pulses) Factory at Chota By-pass Jhang Road here.
They have been identified as Raqeeb alias Chota Billa, Khalil and Jamil.
3 prisoners identified as Irfan alias Chota, Shamshir Ali and Ali Imran were brought from Kot Lakhpat Jail to model court of Ferozwala in connection with hearing .
Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Malir said Ibrahim Hyderi police apprehended an accused Yaseen alias Chota Donn, while his three accomplices managed to flee.
Chota Motala: A Biography of Political Activism in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands