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new town

(in Britain) a town that has been planned as a complete unit and built with government sponsorship, esp to accommodate overspill population

new town

A new, essentially self-sufficient city, built in a previously undeveloped area, which provides residential, commercial, industrial, educational, recreational, and public facilities.
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Her visit coincided with the 10th anniversary of Washington New Town which had been officially 'created' on July 24, 1964 and was one of a number of 'new towns' initiated across Britain.
The personnel intercepted the vehicle and then took the vehicle and the driver - the judge was not travelling in the car at the time - to the New Town police station.
Meanwhile, it was discovered that the wardens who had been suspended, had lodged separate applications with the New Town police on Wednesday in which the precinct's SHO and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers were nominated.
Police rushed to the scene and retrieved the dead bodies identified as Pervaiz Rafique (55) and his wife Saeeda Pervaiz (45) from a house in the area of New Town.
has partnered with Gold Block Ventures to acquire New Town Apartments in the St.
Municipality staff will move into the new town hall next whereas the health services will stay in the old market area where they are currently housed for the time being.
New Town Traffic Warden Tassawar Abbas lodged a complaint with the local police that he was doing his duty on 6th Road Chandni Chowk when Zeeshan was doing one-wheeling stunt on his motorcycle (RIR-4177) which went out of his control and he was killed in the incident.
The 33 New Towns developed since 1946 represent the most sustained programme of new town development undertaken anywhere in the world.
The company was opening a new factory at the New Town which was being established beside Cramlington village.
"I want both suggested options for access to the new town if possible because I want people to be able to reach their homes easily," said Mr Al Hamer.