Kite


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Kite

An ancient Egyptian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 1.36 grams during the Old and Middle Kingdoms or 9.1 grams during the New Kingdom.
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159,484 kites, 4890 string rolls, seven Suzuki pick ups, 15 motorcycles, two rickshaws, two sound system, mobile phones, a pistol, fireworks items and eight liquor bottles were recovered from the possession of the kite flyers.
Now, it has been decided that FIRs would also be registered against heads of the families whose children being found violating the ban or their rooftops being used for kite flying.
Farida, 50, had to be taken to the District Headquarters Hospital after a stray bullet reportedly fired by kite flyers hit her in the R.
All the DSPs and SHOs have been directed to conduct patrolling in their respective areas for curbing kite flying menace.
A biker got entangled in kite string and his throat was slit open by the string on Murree Road.
also launch an awareness campaign to acquaint the citizens about risks involved in kite
Both kite and buzzard spend much of their time in the air, surveying the landscape below for any morsel of food, be it live prey or carrion.
The 'Mega Kite Festival' will be held on January 26 from 10am-5pm, and the Shri Gujarati Samaj Bahrain, a society which represents around 10,000 Gujaratis in Bahrain, will host thousands of people in the Sakhir Desert Camp and release the cool creations into the air.
On August 28, 2017, Gilead and Kite announced that Kite, Gilead and Purchaser had signed a definitive merger agreement pursuant to which a tender offer would be made.
NASDAQ: GILD) has completed its cash tender offer for all of the outstanding shares of common stock of US-based cell therapy specialist Kite Pharma, Inc.
Similar kite festivals take place around the world.
Let's look at a few accessories that enable us to maximize kite fishing success in varying conditions.