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  • Archaeological Survey Work in the North-West Frontier Province and Baluchistan, Peshawar, Government Press, N.W. Frontier Province. 1905. Ancient Khotan: Detailed
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  • of religious enthusiasm at the recent discovery of a relic-casket near Peshawar, India, containing some of the bones of Gautama Buddha." First published
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  • Iranian assessment of Afghan developments 150 151 152 153 Afghan rebels in Peshawar 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 Iraqi
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  • participate in such a session, a countrywide agitation would be launched from Peshawar to Karachi and that every business would be shut down in protest. I assured
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  • Khyber Agency; b, 1857; educ; Church Mission School, Peshawar; belongs to a Kapur Khatri family of Peshawar; joined Khyber Agency as Head clerk, 1880; accompanied
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  • severe attack of fever, and after sick leave to Ceylon was appointed to Peshawar. There he was indefatigable in visiting the out stations Naushahra and
    378 bytes (783 words) - 21:44, 11 August 2013
  • Volume 1 — Afridi AFRIDI, a Pathan tribe inhabiting the mountains on the Peshawar border of the North-West Frontier province of India. The Afridis are the
    251 bytes (1,188 words) - 13:17, 10 January 2015
  • their own country- men, and attacked the forts on the Samana Ridge near Peshawar. It was estimated that the Afridis and Orakzais could, if united, bring
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  • Kashi Nand, Risabldar, Rai Bahadur, s. of late Shiv Lai; b, 1858; educ; at Peshawar and Lahore; belogss to a family whose ancestors were Dewans of Durani and
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  • MOHMAND, a Pathan tribe who inhabit the hilly country to the north-west of Peshawar, in the North-West Frontier Province of India. They are one of the strongest
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  • civilization the fanatical spirit of Islam dies hard. Mrs. V. H. Starr of Peshawar tell of a Moslem convert, a lad of eighteen, who laid down his life for
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  • British India, in the Rawalpindi district of the Punjab, 47 m. by rail from Peshawar, and situated on the eastern bank of the Indus. Pop. (1901) 2822. The place
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  • to Jalalabad in Afghanistan. In July 1841 he went with the regiment to Peshawar to bring up a convoy under Major Broadfoot, and on the return of the regiment
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  • GANDAMAK (gun-da-muk') , a village of Afghanistan, between Cabul and Peshawar, where, during the retreat from Kabul in 1842, the last remnant of the
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  • that it commands the greater part of the route between Chitral and the Peshawar frontier. The quarrels and intrigues between the khan of Dir and Umra Khan
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  • Dictionary (1915) — Rahim Shah, MianC. Hayavadana Rao Rahim Shah, Mian Sir, Khan Bahadur (1897), K.C.I.E., (1911). Address: Kheka Kheb, Peshawar, India.
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  • and he sent his armies forth South and North. Till the country from Peshawar to Ceylon Was his own. Thus the midday halt of Charnock—more's the pity
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  • to Viceroy, India; s. of Fateh khan; b. 1855; distinguished himself in Afghan War; also in Tirah and China Expeditions. Address: Yasimabad, Peshawar.
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  • minister, Sir Sahibzada Obeidullah Khan, was deputed on political duty to Peshawar during the Tirah campaign of 1897. Grain, cotton, opium and hides are the
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  • 1895; Tochi Field Force, (Despatches, Clasp) 1897-98, became Colonel, 1902; Inspector-General of Supply and Transport, India. Address: Peshawar, India.
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