Bigha


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Bigha

A unit of area variously equivalent to values between 1,500 and 12,400 square meters. It is used in real estate transactions in Bangladesh, Nepal, and parts of India.
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Her father-in-law owns 14 bighas of land for agriculture.
Meanwhile, the Communist Party of India (Marxists-Leninists) (CPI-ML) has given a call for shutdown on Friday January 16 to protest the acquittal of all the accused persons in the Shankar Bigha massacre.
Bigha, a small manufacturer in Oregon, defended its reputation because a customer faces prison under the USA Patriot Act.
When I had less land I grew vegetables on just 1 bigha, but now I grow vegetables on 3 bighas and make a profit of INR 1 lakh per year from vegetables alone.
Authorities said there are certain villagers like Murhetachak, Mudgadwa, Dhonga Bigha, Gandhi Nagar, Sirsa Pahadi, Rampur-Dariyapur, Purnadih, Satan Bigha and Noni which are a messanger of hope for the next generation at a time when most of the country no longer want a girl child as indicated by the Indian census.
As many as 18 FIRs are registered and four of them are against Vadra's company which was allegedly involved in illegal purchase of nearly 275 bigha land.
Besides this, he had also taken ` 1 lakh from local moneylenders and 30 bigha of land on rent.
This year the farmers invested from rupees 18,000 to rupees 22,000 per bigha (1 bigha = 0.
Tenders are invited for Raja Bigha To Walidad To Khabhaini
THE ' Hindon Pakshi Vihar', a rich wetland of 77 bigha ( 45 acres) in the Hindon barrage area of Vasundhara, Ghaziabad, has been sold to private builders by the Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation.
Police on Monday apprehended Ayub Ali also known as Kamar Khan belonging to Communist Party of India (Maoist) from Gewal Bigha in Gaya district who used to supply logistics to Maoist organisations.