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Budaun

(bədoun`), city (1991 pop. 116,695), Uttar Pradesh state, N India, on the Sot River. An administrative center, it trades in grain, cotton, sugarcane, and oilseed. It was an important military outpost under the Mughals. The Great Mosque (the Jama Masjid), which dates from 1223, is in Budaun.
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Address : Deputy Cane Commissioner Bareilly||District Cane Officer Badayun,
His maternal grandfather, an Urdu poet of merit, was from Badayun in UP, who had settled in Hyderabad, while his paternal grandfather who held the high-ranking post of Awwal Taluqdar belonged to Hyderabad state.
Shakeel Badayuni was born on august 3, 1916 in Badayun area of Uttar Pardesh.
He came to Karachi in 1950, "aged 12 or 13 years old" from Badayun in Uttar Pradesh, India.
Shefai disclosed that a supplier from Badayun district of Uttar Pradesh used to deliver a consignment of heroin to him on every weekend in Jaitpur market, police said.
18- For details see Sayyid Tufail Ahmad (Urdu, 1946), Musalmanon Ka Roushan Mustaqbil, Badayun Press, and Ruh-i-Roushan Mustaqbil, Badayun Press, 1946.
The third section consists of miscellaneous essays on a broad spectrum of topics such as the historiography of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, the means of living or professions adopted by Sufis, the relations between the Ulema of Khayrabad and Badayun. There are eleven essays in this section.
Ismat Chughtai (1915-1991) was born into a progressive Muslim family from Badayun - she was the first Muslim woman to obtain both a B.A.
Take her first book which she co-authored with her sister Amra Alam Karachi Halwa, Badayun ke Pede.
The two minor girls, who were reported to be cousins, went missing since Tuesday afternoon in Uttar Pradesh's Badayun district.
Singh had come to Delhi from Badayun in Uttar Pradesh around two months ago and was employed by the cash replenishment agency Premier Shield Private Limited.
Badayun, Dec 14 (ANI): Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday once again hit out at the ruling Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and the opposition Samajwadi Party (SP) in Uttar Pradesh, saying his party would revive the fortunes of the state and usher in development aiming at prosperity of the common man.