boundary pillar

boundary pillar

[′bau̇n·drē ‚pil·ər]
(mining engineering)
A pillar left in mines between adjoining properties.
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Raffiuddin was briefed to stay in front of me in the open, visible from the border boundary pillar.
Tenders are invited for Clearing light jungle Supplying, fitting and fixing of RCC boundary pillar, supply Bamboo post, Ordinary labour, Hire charge of boat.
Trolley refuses, level xing gates, coloney road and circulating area, boundary pillar, painting of trusses of PF shed & Waiting hall, leading of heavy materials etc.
Tenders are invited for Provn Of Security Fencing, Provn Of Boundary Pillar, Provn Of Shed Store And Provn Of Three Phase Electrical Point At Rangiya Under Ge Rangiya
Trolley refuses, level King gales, colony road and circulating area, boundary pillar, panting of trusses of PF shed & Waiting hall, leading heavy materials etc.
The DWP also approved another project worth Rs33 million for installing boundary pillars to protect state land from encroachment.
Minister was also briefed about Survey of Pakistans pivotal role in demarcation of all borders of Pakistan and progress on boundary pillars.
People in Birgunj have worried greatly when the lands they were tilling for centuries reached India after a joint team of Nepal and India marked the position of the boundary pillars in Chhapkaiya area.
During the survey, the location of all boundary pillars had been identified while the total area of the garden was determined to be 725 acres.
In the past, though, 160 boundary pillars were erected around the same land, while the fencing work was also initiated in 2009 after a demarcation carried out by the Survey of Pakistan with the assistance of the Islamabad Capital Territory Revenue Department, but the same project could not be completed at that time he added.
Adaji assured that the two state governments will investigate the reported incidences of vandalisation of the boundary pillars at the Bakatari and Eruwa sectors and take appropriate action to ensure continued peace.
They directed their respective survey departments to inspect and maintain boundary pillars in a systematic manner.