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an archaeological site of the Neolithic, Bronze, and early Iron ages (third to first millennia B.C.) in Estonian SSR, on the west bank of Chudskoe Lake, in the estuary region of Emajõgi River. Akali was discovered in 1937 and excavated during 1938, 1939, 1949–52, and 1966. Because of a rise in the level of the rivers, the population gradually migrated up the slope of a hill. Various types of clay pottery are characteristic of Akali: Narva, pit-comb, corded, textiled, cross-hatched, and smooth-walled ceramics. Stone, bone, and amber articles have been found.


Ianits, L. Iu. Poseleniia epokhi neolita i rannego metalla v priust’e r. Emaiygi. Tallin, 1959.


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Then an Akali, a wild-eyed, wild-haired Sikh devotee in the blue-checked clothes of his faith, with polished-steel quoits glistening on the cone of his tall blue turban, stalked past, returning from a visit to one of the independent Sikh States, where he had been singing the ancient glories of the Khalsa to College-trained princelings in top-boots and white-cord breeches.
In the 2007 assembly elections Congress adopted Akalis panthic agenda hoping it would ensure Congress to win over Akali vote bank.
Reacting strongly to the killing of a journalist, the Punjab Congress on Friday accused the Akalis of criminalising Punjab.
The Akalis defend their action in the name of the Sikh community.
Akalis gained in strength after joining hands with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which had its pockets of influence among urban Hindu voters.
Until Parkash Singh Badal's peers such as Longowal, Tohra and Talwandi were around the Akalis would spend time fighting among themselves rather than serving the people.
He seemed favouring the Akalis when they were tortured by the authorities.
Batth said Taksali Akalis like him had been ignored for long by the SAD, which had become a fiefdom of the Badal family.
The Akalis blame its political opponents for the troubles in the state.
Akalis had criticised India's ruling Congress party vice-president Rahul Gandhi, who during the 2012 Punjab assembly elections said that 70 per cent of Punjab's youth were hooked to drugs.
What about the sacrifices of the common people and the Akalis to save Punjab?
At the challenge that Singh is throwing at the Akalis, Badal said: " Consider a wrestling match.