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Bhilwara

(bēlvä`rə), city (1991 pop. 183,965), Rajasthan state, NW India. The city is a district administrative center and a market for mica, grains, cotton, and wool. Its manufactures include textiles and metalware. Coins called Bhilari were once minted in the city.
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On a demand from Rajasthan government and North Western Railway Zone (NWR), many goods trains had also been deployed to transport water from Nasirabad to Bhilwada in Ajmer division (109 km) from January onwards in 2016.
Bhilwada (Rajasthan): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that India will never forget the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks and their perpetrators and was 'waiting for the appropriate time' as law would take its course.
Network/Region Entity Kochi - Kottanad - Banglore - Mangalore GAIL Dabhol - Banglore (DBPL) GAIL Surat - Paradop * GAIL Jagdishpur - Haldia GAIL Mallavaram - Bhilwada * GITL Mehsana - Bhatinda * GIGL Bhatinda - Srinagar GIGL Kakinada - Srikakulam * APGDC Shadol - Phulpur * RGPL Ennore - Nellore KEI - RSOS PEPL Gas Pipelines under execution/construction.
Bhilwada, Rajasthan, April 28 -- Bhilwara-based, Sangam (India), one of the largest manufacturers of polyester-viscose dyed yarn in India, today announced robust financial performance for the fourth quarter and the financial year ended as on March 31, 2011.
Summary: Bhilwada (Rajasthan) [India], Nov 1 (ANI): As assembly elections are round the corner in several states, scores of political contenders belonging to various political parties are flocking to a small village called Kario, about 20 kilometres from Bhilwada, to seek future advice from well-known astrologer Nathulal Vyas.
The first pipeline (985 miles) will run from Mallavaram to Bhilwada, the second (1,025 miles) will run from Mehsana to Ghatinda, and the third (47 miles) will run from Bhatinda to Jammu-Srinagar.
The group named "Lashkar-e-Taiba" was allegedly created by a Class 9th schoolboy in Rajasthan's Bhilwada.
The first pipeline (984 miles) will run from Mallavaram to Bhilwada, the second (1,025 miles) from Mehsana to Ghatinda and the third (447 miles) from Bhatinda to Jammu-Srinagar.