"Sheikh Kamal didn't hold any position in Awami League or Chattra
All accused belong to Chattra
district and have been taken to Ranchi by the Anti-Terror Squad for further investigation.
The villages in Kotli and Poonch districts where Stratified Random Sample Survey (SRS) was conducted included Seri Majwar, JajotBahader, AndarlaKaterra, Khad, MethiDhera, Nidi Sohana, Haripur Sohan, ZereenDhera, BalaDhera, Badti, Datot, Panjni, Dharooti, Lanjot, Dubsi, Sehra, Battal, Tetrinote, Chattra
, Panjpani, Chand Tekri, Kala Mula, BandiSyedan, Behdi, and KhwajaBandi.
She visited the homes of Faiza Saleem and Kalsoom Altaf martyred in Chattra
, Tehsil Abbaspur and reiterated the support of the Pakistani government for the Kashmiri brethren.
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Sangram Parishad (Students' Action Committee) requested Sheikh Mujib to raise the flag first at his own residence and reluctantly, the Sheikh raised the flag.75
The stupa measures 36.8 m in diameter and 16.46m height excluding the railing and chattra
. Sanchi is in Raisen District of Madhya Pradesh, India.
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Thousands of members of the Jamaat-e-Islami and its student wing, Islamic Chattra
Shibir (Islami Student Front) were detained.
In the latest instance showing Mamata's determination to crush the Marxists, her handpicked journalist and president of her party Trinamool Congress's students arm ( TMC Chattra
Parishad), Shonku Deb Panda, issued a diktat saying professors supporting to CPM could not teach students in West Bengal colleges.
This seems to be a rare reference to the "middle umbrella" on a stupa carrying not one chattra
or one chattravali, but three or five separate umbrellas, which are very seldom depicted in ancient Indian art.