Tilla


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Tilla

A former currency super-division in Afghanistan. One tilla was worth 10 Afghan rupees.
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Dorothea von Jeetze, who had been a friend of Tilla Maasberg since 1923 and who was training as a domestic science teacher, would have been well aware of the pressure in running a curative educational facility in a small summer holiday house.
And so from a remote time the hill was known by either of three names: Tilla Goraknath Tilla Balnath or Tilla Jogian.
Mushfiq criticised the department of information and culture for not paying any attention to Tilla Tapa.
Ken and Tilla, plus Donna's father and stepmother, David and Robbie Buxton, and Donna's brother Clarke, 25, took the opportunity to run a family appeal in the local Press.
Earlier, on arrival at the Tilla Ranges, the Corps Commander was given a detailed briefing on the aim and objective of ongoing exercise by the respective field Commanders.
There he was forced to do labor for the chieftain Mokalsi in the construction of Garhi situated close to Tilla Baba Farid.
In 1972, about 100 refugees settled in Majnu Ka Tilla, the site of a former rubbish dump and cemetery, where they lived in just plastic tents without electricity and water.
LAHORE -- Commander Lahore Corps Lieutenant General Sadiq Ali visited Tilla Ranges near Jhelum and witnessed fire power demonstration by troops engaged in field firing.
Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif said this while talking to the troops after visiting Tilla Ranges today near Jhelum and witnessed culmination of large scale maneuver exercises by formations of Central Command in near real environments.
According to British Gas human resources manager Tilla Singh, age is not an issue.
Tenders are invited for Mo Itpc At Timarpur Majnu Ka Tilla Subhead Connection Of Existing Tube Well With Already Laid Ci Lines And Repair Of Leakages At Itpc Timarpur