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tangi

NZ
1. a Maori funeral ceremony
2. Informal a lamentation
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Arif Tangi, who was arrested from near Chamtar on Ring Road on March 8, appeared before the court of Senior Civil Judge Asim Riaz.
Associated with the PPP since his college life, Tangi hails from Tangi village of district Charsadda and is the younger brother of the late Bashir Khan Tangi, who had died in Rawalpindi Liaquat Bagh suicide bombing-firing attack on the late Benazir Bhutto.
Mr Tangi is an old guard and a diehard worker of the PPP.
Following court orders, the Charsadda district administration on Thursday launched an operation against tenants occupying around 285 kanals of land in Hindu Kali and Onadaro Kali area of Tangi.
Tangi dam is 45000 million, which will help to raise the water level in the
The arrested cleric was running the madrasa at Tangi, 25 kms from the Silver City, for the past two years and had appointed five teachers.
I have tried to apologize to Tangi, but I can only try so much.
EXCLUSIVE FEATHERSTONE coach Daryl Powell has called for an overhaul of the disciplinary system after Rangi Chase's threematch ban for a tackle that left Tangi Ropati with shocking injuries.
Widnes have also released Dean Gaskell, Richard Varkulis, Gareth Haggerty, Danny Hulme, Shane Grady, Chaz I'Anson, Chris Lunt, Matt Gardner, Greg Scott, Daniel Heckenberg, Tangi Ropati and Dave Houghton.
Kabul, Aug 9(ANI): The 38 US Navy Seals and other troops, who were killed over the weekend in Afghanistan when their Chinook helicopter was shot down, were on a mission targeting a Taliban leader in the Tangi Valley, NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) has said.
Widnes ran in five tries, two from Steve Tyrer and one each from MacGraff Leuluai, Richard Varkulis and Tangi Ropati.
The try scoring continued in the second period as Thomas Coyle, Anthony Thackeray, Kurt Haggerty and Tangi Ropati all raced in as London tired.