Koh-i-noor

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Koh-i-noor:

see diamonddiamond,
mineral, one of two crystalline forms of the element carbon (see allotropy), the hardest natural substance known, used as a gem and in industry. Properties
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Sir Mark Prescott is a past master of such bold moves and after Kohinoor Diamond won over 10 furlongs at Chelmsford in October, he wasted little time in pitching up to a mile and a half.
LAHORE -- The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Monday sought assistance from the prosecutors of federal government regarding maintainability of petition about returning of Kohinoor diamond from Queen of Britain.
The Le Vian family have been purveyors of fine jewellery since the 15th century when Nadir Shah of Persia conquered India and brought back the fabled Kohinoor diamond and gave the responsibility of guarding it and other precious stones to the Le Vian family.
"So what if the Kohinoor diamond - once considered the ultimate symbol of Indian wealth and power - now resides with the Queen of England?" the paper asked on its front page.
THE British Government steadfastly refused to hand over the priceless Kohinoor diamond to Pakistan, whether or not they thought they were legally entitled to keep it.
The Kon of Kohinoor - A Mission Impossible: Play a gang of thieves and plan that perfect robbery of the precious Kohinoor diamond kept under high security in a British museum.
Take the Kohinoor diamond, now with the British Crown.
I even have the portraits of Mahatma Gandhi on my left chest, Narendra Modi on my right neck, Obama, Queen Elizabeth with her crown fitted with the Kohinoor Diamond and Jim Pattison of Guinness World Records inked on my body," he shares with MAIL TODAY.
India's Solicitor-General Ranjit Kumar recently declared that India would not seek the return of the Kohinoor diamond - one of the world's oldest and most valuable - from the British, to whom India had "gifted" it.
But unknown to Harleen, Rajvir is an international criminal who has stolen the Kohinoor diamond from the Tower of London.
Where in London would you find the Kohinoor diamond?