Jalka

Jalka

A Finnish unit of length approximately equivalent to 297 millimeters. It became obsolete when Finland adopted the metric system in 1880.
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Hopeful to win the cup in China, Aliya Jalka, captain of the team and Rukhsar Rashid (coach) said the team has worked very hard and is fully prepared to take on the rival teams.
Balasore which borders Bengal was the worst hit as swelled up rivers like Subarnarekha, Baitarani and Jalka continue to pose danger.
Work on the first 8.82km section includes the construction of Pirmam Road, the 3.57km Bani Harir tunnel, a 2.45km tunnel and an 850m road, and expansion of the 21.32km Korey-Shaqlawa-Mama Jalka road.
Kate Jalka, project manager for the Environment Agency's Swat Fly-tipping scheme, said: "We have been running roadshows in schools to raise awareness about the dangers of fly-tipping.
In March this year, Greenpeace had set up solar panels powering fans and computers in the Zilla Parishad school and the secondary school in Kalavati's village Jalka (Maharashtra)- demonstrating that millions of Kalavati's across the country need not wait for years before they have access to clean and reliable energy.
"Today, the local Korout Company initiated work on a project to tile and link the main road in Hiran district (20 km east of Shaqlawa) to the roads of Freez and Mama Jalka," the head of Arbil's Hiran district, Suwara Akram, told Aswat al-Iraq.
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He had also taken a loan for his sister's wedding which he was unable to repay." Ironically, Kalavati is now the richest person in her village of Jalka.
Jalka (himachal Pradesh), Mar.30 (ANI): Greenpeace and the villagers of Jalka today celebrated the arrival of clean and reliable energy in two schools which set up solar panels to power 10 fans and a computer.