Synonyms for babra or Related words with babra

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Examples of "babra"
Rajkot Airport and the Amreli Railway Station serve Babra. Babra is about 33 KM from the Amreli railway station. Babra is about 78 KM from the Rajkot Airport. Babra is situated on the Rajkot-Bhavnagar main road.
Population of Children with age of 0-6 is 3159 which is 12.50% of total population of Babra. In Babra Municipality, Female Sex Ratio is of 913 against state average of 919. Moreover Child Sex Ratio in Babra is around 847 compared to Gujarat state average of 890. Literacy rate of Babra city is 76.72% lower than state average of 78.03%. In Babra, Male literacy is around 82.21% while female literacy rate is 70.77%.
84 1976 Talash Urdu Shabnam, Nadeem, Babra Sharif, Mumtaz, Allauddin
2007-2009 Chair: Surjit Babra ; National Convenor: Ajit Someshwar
Babra is a Municipality city. Babra city is divided into 7 wards for which elections are held every 5 years. Babra Municipality has total administration over 5,022 houses to which it supplies basic amenities like water and sewerage. It is also authorized to build roads within Municipality limits and impose taxes on properties coming under its jurisdiction.
Complete filmography of Pakistani actress and model Babra Sharif.
154 1989 Lady Commando Urdu Shabnam, Babra Sharif, Ghulam Mohayuddin
Babra is a town and the taluka headquarter in the Amreli district, Gujarat, India. It is situated to the north of Amreli. The main road linking Rajkot and Bhavnagar and Amreli passes through Babra.
Mukhra is a 1988 Pakistani Punjabi hit film starring Nadeem Baig and Babra Sharif.
The film was inspired by Pakistani diamond jubilee film Talash released in 1976 starring Shabnam, Nadeem and Babra Sharif.
The Ghelo River starts near Babra in Amreli district and meets the Gulf of Cambay in the Bhal Region.
In July 2013, seven persons died due to CCHF in Kariyana village in Babra taluka, Amreli district, Gujarat, India.
Babra is said to have been the capital of Babruvahana, the son of Arjuna, one of the five Pandavas. Babhruvahana's Kund (stepwell) also known as Panch Kund is still here, and the Kalubhar River has its source there. It was the seat of Kathiawar Agency "thana" during British period. Babra was held by the Vala Kathis.
Shanee begins with a glowing space ship that arrives in the middle of the forest near a village. A glowing figure appears and follows a terrified Babra Sharif to her house where he decides to assume the appearance of a young man he happens to view in a lovingly framed photograph. He is greeted with open arms by the villagers and especially by a blushing Babra and her family for unknown to the spaceman that he has assumed the appearance of Shanee the man who Babra was due to marry and who was supposedly brutally murdered by a villainous goon by the name of Shamsher Khan (Asif Khan).
Babra Sharif rose to become one of the most popular actresses of Pakistani cinema for almost two decades following the success of this film.
The Babra Municipality has population of 25,270 of which 13,208 are males while 12,062 are females as per report released by Census India 2011.
Ahmed was born on 6 November 1950 in in Babra Bazaar in Rawalpindi, Punjab.
The Kalubhar River starts near Babra in Amreli District and meets the Gulf of Cambay in the Bhal Region. The Rangholi River is a major tributary.
During British period, it was originally under Babra village, was acquired by the Gaekwad during the government of the peninsula by Vithalrav Devaji.
Babra Sharif, revealed that during filming of a scene of "Hero", Waheed lost his balance while walking briskly toward her and fell down. He took several minutes to catch his breath prior to standing up on his feet again.