Chuni

Chuni

 

(singular, chunia), lapti made from hemp cord.

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Chhetri is the sixth Indian footballer after late Gostho Paul, late Sailen Manna, PK Banerjee, Chuni Goswami, and Bhaichung Bhutia to be chosen for the prestigious award.
My relationship with football goes back all the way to watching Chuni Goswami and Tulsidas Balaram in the dusty, sultry Kolkata stadiums in the early 1960's ("Cruyff must be smiling in his grave", Gulf News, June 25).
(8.) Sreeramareddy CT, Chuni N, Patil R, Singh D, Shakya B.
That very afternoon, when the landlord Choudhry Saeedullah arrived along with his gunmen to rob the whole harvested wheat crop of Mai Bakhtawar and her family, the courageous matriarch tied the veil of her head - the chuni (long scarf) - around her waist and took up an axe to guard the harvested crop of her family.
The glory days of the 1950s and '60s, when Indian stars like Sahu Mewalal, Neville D'Souza, Chuni Goswami, Jarnail Singh and Peter Thangaraj were reckoned to be among the best in Asia, are long gone, but this October revolution has given football fans hope that there is much to look forward to.
And in 2015, Lamb, the story of a young boy, Ephraim, and his best and only friend, a lamb called Chuni, became the first Ethiopian film to make the official selection in competition at the Cannes Film Festival.
On Saturday, Shaikh Salman officially handed over the baton to India for the U- 17 World Cup in New Delhi in the presence of former India skippers Chuni Goswami, Bhaichung Bhutia and current captain Sunil Chhetri.
These properties have been studied in detail in the giant basal spicules of Monorhaphis chuni (Muller et al., 2008a; Miserez et al., 2008).