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Okara

(ōkä`rə), city (1998 pop. 200,901), N central Pakistan. It is a market for food grains, oilseed, and cotton, with manufactures in textiles, hosiery, and carpets. The city has a national dairy farm and a livestock research center.

Okara

 

a city in Pakistan, in Punjab Province. Population, 133,000 (1971). It is a transportation junction on the Lower Bari Doab Canal, between the Ravi and Sutlej rivers. Okara is the trade center of an agricultural region. The city has cotton-cloth, flour-milling, clothing, and salt-processing enterprises. It is also noted for the production of metal boxes.

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LAHORE -- The double rail track between Raiwind and Okara at the main line is expected to be operational next month thus rendering functional the entire double track between Lahore and Karachi.
Lahore -- Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested three accused from Okara upon complaints of un-authorized activation of Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) cards and withdrawal of cash grant amount from accounts of poor women.
In Okara, began with some delay, first because the returning officer arrived late and second due to mismanagement of the process.
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Nigerian poet and novelist Gabriel Okara writes with a keen eye trained on the impact of Western culture on African, such as in his poem "Piano and Drums," where he writes, "Then I hear a wailing piano/solo speaking of complex ways/in tear-furrowed concerto;/of far away lands and new horizons with/coaxing diminuendo, counterpoint,/crescendo.
OKARA PARK in Whangarei is the northern-most venue being used for this year's Rugby World Cup.
Pakistan, July 1 -- Anjuman Mazareen Punjab protested in front of the Okara Press Club to mark the completion of 10 years of their struggle for rights as tenants of government lands.
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Rene Furterer introduced Okara Protect Color, a hair care line that combines three active ingredients to treat damaged hair, maintain color intensity and protect hair from free radicals.
Promoted as having "the terrific taste of chicken, with half the fat," Okara Courage Burgers are available under the Soy Boy brand from Northern Soy, Inc.
This is a beautifully illustrated book that provides easy-to-follow, inventive recipes using both tofu and okara.
Moreover, the retention of the okara natural fibre, without any adverse effect on mouthfeel or stablity, provides additional health benefits not found in other dairy analogue products.