Chalna

Chalna

 

a seaport in the extreme south of Bangladesh, 85 km from the Bay of Bengal; situated on the Pusur River, a deep arm of the Ganges. The port was established in 1950 to serve the western regions of the country; in 1975 it handled approximately 2 million tons of cargo.


Chalna

 

an urban-type settlement in Priazha Raion, Karelian ASSR. Chaina has a railroad station on the Petrozavodsk-Suoiarvi line. Industry is represented by the Shuia-Vidany logging and timber distribution establishment and mechanized state forestry establishment. A forestry school is located in the settlement.

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This phrase means to leave], chalna [a Hindi word which means to walk, to move], sdharna [a Hindi word which means to go], sarakna [a Hindi word which means to glide].
He suggested the classic track Babuji Dheere Chalna, a favourite drive-along song of the cab drivers.
Some of the songs Papia rendered included Aayiye Meharban Baithiye Jane Jaan, Babujee Dheere Chalna Pyar Me Jara among others.
He ardently appeals to women to stand up and fight side by side with their men, as he says in the poem's refrain: uth meri jan mere sath chalna hai tujhe (Get up, my love, you have to walk with me).
However, Greenhill described ambitious plans to harness the Brahmaputra and Ganges rivers for irrigation and hydro-electric power and the development of ports at Chittagong and Chalna.
Pakistan National Shipping Corporation, Karachi Shipyard and Engineering Works, upgradation of Chalna port and Maritime Training Academy near Chittagong were established in the government sector.