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Buchis

black bull worshiped as chief city god. [Egypt. Rel.: Parrinder, 52]
See: Bull
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'Due to water pressure, embankment of river Sutlej was broken up in Dera Bakha area, over 20 kilometers off Bahawalpur city and resultantly, flash flood entered the villages located within vicinity of the river,' the official sources said.
According to a report, due to water pressure, embankment of river Sutlej was broken up in Dera Bakha area, over 20 kilometers off Bahawalpur city and resultantly, flash flood entered the villages located within vicinity of the river.
BAHAWALPUR: Commissioner Bahawalpur Division Nayyar Iqbal paid a surprise visit to wheat procurement centre Dera Bakha, some 20 kilometers from here.
Police said groom Aneab, bride Tahira and their relatives Imran and Abdul Sattar riding a car were invited to meal at Dera Bakha. Near Lal Sohanra national park, the driver lost control over the vehicle and it fell into 15-foot deep Desert Branch canal.
BAHAWALPUR -- Unidentified armed men shot dead a shopkeeper here in Dera Bakha area of the district.
Bakha monitoring station registered the second highest amount of rainfall with 21.0 mm, followed by Khasab Airport with 19.8 mm, and then Madha with 17.8 mm of rainfall.
They'll soon be back in harness, journeying by yak train and coracle to face Bakha Beyongd in the Europa League Preliminary Qualification Bake-off.
At the end of Untouchable in a somewhat contrived scene Anand has his naive young protagonist, Bakha, confronted in rapid succession by three alternative solutions to his intolerable situation.
In retrieving an ethical position in Anand's representation of Bakha, despite its clear paternalism, Shingavi writes against the dominant view in the Foucault/Said/Spivak-influenced strands of postcolonial theory that any act of representation is necessarily an act of power.