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Bunder

A Dutch unit of area equivalent to one hectare. It was adopted in 1817, soon after the establishment of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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Gulab Shah, whose family owned the largest tract of land in the area, said, 'Keti Bunder was once a bustling port of Thatta.
In commercial areas like Shahi bazaar, Bunder Road, Pakistani Chowk and Jelius Bazaar Larkana, Station Road, shopkeepers have set up special stalls for flags and other items.
The fare from Bori Bunder to Thane was 2 rupees and 10 annas for first class, and a single rupee and one anna for second class.
The story surrounding Rio's CSR footprint in the 15 villages of 15,000 inhabitants each surrounding its Bunder site dates to 2006, two years after the discovery of porous volcanic outcroppings revealed the deposit.
It also has an advanced diamond project, Bunder, India.
FOUR years from now, the Madhya Pradesh government is likely to earn around ` 1,000 crore as royalty through production of white diamonds from its Bunder mine.
The firm is presently developing a high-quality diamond mine in the Bunder district of Madhya Pradesh.
02/32, Kamal Mansion, 2nd Floor Arthur Bunder Road Colaba, Mumbai 400 005
Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, a subsidiary of India-based Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL) (BOM: 500850), has announced the launch of a coffee table book, The Taj at Apollo Bunder, chronicling the story of the iconic Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, in Mumbai.
In another incident, Haji Nasrullah was killed at Bunder Road in the jurisdiction of Swabi Police Station when some unidentified persons opened fire on him.
However, the IB has warned that danger to the port still exists due to the illegal encroachments by slum-dwellers near the port, as the terrorists can easily find shelter there, Asthana said and added that there were illegal encroachments at Haji Bunder, Powder Bunder, Reti Bunder, and some other port areas, where slums are mushrooming on a vast scale.
But Leslie Bunder, editor of Jewish website Jewtas tic.com, defended Sir Alan's comments and thanked him for raising Jewish issues.
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