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Dal

abbrev. DALTON.
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Jannat, a class KG student at Linton Hall Public School Srinagar, with her father's support, has begun the cleaning drive and is requesting everyone to use the dustbins instead of throwing wastages in Dal Lake.
Its dal local and best quality traded lower by Rs 200 each to Rs 6,200-6,600 and Rs 6,600-6,700 per quintal.
The video, which has gone viral, has Bajrang Dal activists mocking law and order at their will.
Speaking on the occasion, Mohammad Musa Jokhio said that Atta Dal was a poet of nice thoughts and wrote the poetry for the poor people of Sindh.
Abhay Singh Chautala, younger son of former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala represented the Indian National Lok Dal as his father is serving 10-year jail sentence after being found guilty in teachers recruitment scam.
Ymhen pythefnos bydd cyfres Milltir2 (Milltir Sgwar) yn llenwi ail awr Dal Ati.
DAL Agricultural Services develops and manages its own large scale farms and offers agricultural services to third parties.
The 30-minute show will include two fitness workout segments, including Bhangra Fitness - a format designed by Dal - health fitness advice and viewers' questions and answers.
Dad-of-two Dal used to weigh 24 stone but now tips the scales at 13 stone 7lbs.
Unpolished dal is nutritious as they are not processed with water, oil and marble powder to make it attractive with a shine.
The case with Hristo Biserov shows that in Bulgaria there is no normally functioning state apparatus," commented Dal for Nova TV.
Despite periodic spikes in jet fuel costs and significant pension funding requirements, DAL has been able to generate $2.