Karaikal

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Karaikal,

enclave and town, India: see PuducherryPuducherry
, formerly Pondicherry
or Pondichéry
, union territory (2001 provisional pop. 973,829), 183 sq mi (474 sq km), India. It comprises the noncontiguous enclaves of former French India: Puducherry (formerly Pondicherry or Pondichéry) and
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We visited every house of the village Anish Brun Batrik and Karakal and conducted in-depth interviews to collect detailed information about their religion.
The South Glamorgan Squash Championships are to be held at the Squash Wales National Centre, Cardiff, over the weekend of January 11 and January 12, while the Karakal South Wales Junior Open is over the same weekend at Newport SRC.
Conway, the main character of the novel, a onetime student at Oxford university, mountaineer of the Alps, veteran of the First World War and noted explorer of China, together with another three passengers embarking on a cabin machine to withdraw from Peshawur, landed in the Himalayan mountains, a valley called Karakal, which in the native language means "Blue Moon.
Besides serving in various combat support roles, such as Deputy Operations = Officers, Intelligence Officers and signal operators, women now serve in co= mbat roles in the IDF's Artillery Corps, and in a special mixed-sex infantr= y battalion called the Karakal, which is stationed along Israel's peaceful = borders (Egypt and Jordan).
Se situa en torno a un monasterio lamaista a mas de 8 mil metros de altura sobre el monte Karakal o "montana azul".
THE player with one name, Indonesian-born Irwansyah, who has qualified for Wales, won the men's singles title for the second successive year at the Karakal Welsh Open Badminton championships in Cardiff yesterday.
THE player with one name, Indonesian-born Irwansyah, who has qualified for Wales, bids to win the Karakal Welsh Open Badminton men's singles title for the second successive year at Cardiff's Welsh Institute of Sport today.
WALES' Irwan Syah sealed his second consecutive title at the Karakal Welsh International Badminton Championships with a straight games victory over Indian Nikhil Kanetkar.
The 2002 Karakal Welsh international championships kick off today when over 180 players from all four corners of the globe will make their way to the Welsh Institute of Sport in Cardiff.
GERMAN trainer Dr Andreas Bolte is only able to run Karakal in today's Festival Stakes at Goodwood because he has appealed against a swingeing
The Welsh Badminton Union has retained sponsorship deals with sports equipment manufacturer Karakal UK and sports goods distributor Goode Sports.