Synonyms for scinde or Related words with scinde

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Examples of "scinde"
The Scinde, Punjab, Delhi Railway was formed in 1870 from the incorporation of the Scinde Railway, Indus Steam Flotilla, Punjab Railway and Delhi Railway companies. This was covered by the "Scinde Railway Company's Amalgamation Act" of 1869.
The 2nd Scinde Horse, or Jacob's Horse (14th Prince of Wales's Own Scinde Horse) had the following principal battle honours, as a regiment of British Indian cavalry, until the Independence and Partition of India and Pakistan in 1947:
The Delhi Railway was a railway company that operated in British India. It later merged with Scinde Railway, Punjab Railway and Indus Steam Flotilla to form the Scinde, Punjab & Delhi Railway.
The Scinde Irregular Horse was raised at Hyderabad in 1839 by Capt. Ward.
In 1922 the two regiments were amalgamated as the 14th Prince of Wales’s Own Scinde Horse.
For the subsequent Scinde Campaign of 1843 it was awarded 'M' and 'H'.
The Scinde, Punjab, Delhi Railway was formed in 1870 from the incorporation of the Scinde Railway, Indus Steam Flotilla, Punjab Railway and Delhi Railway companies. This was covered by the ‘Scinde Railway Company's Amalgamation Act‘ of 1869. The company inherited from its constituents the unfortunate reputation as being the worst managed of the early private companies. After its purchase in 1885, SP&DR was merged with several other railways to form the North Western State Railway (NWR).
The 59 Scinde Rifles (Frontier Force) was an infantry regiment of the British Indian Army.The regiment is one of the most reputed outfits of British Indian Army. It was raised in 1843, as the Scinde Camel Corps. In 1856, it was incorporated into the Punjab Irregular Force (PIF). It was designated as the 59th Scinde Rifles (Frontier Force) in 1904 and became 6th Royal Battalion (Scinde) 13th Frontier Force Rifles in 1922. In 1947, it was allocated to the Pakistan Army, where it continues to exist as 1st Battalion The Frontier Force Regiment.
Prior to the 1931 Hawke's Bay earthquake, the hill was almost surrounded with water, with just two shingle spits running north and south, and was known as Scinde Island. The earthquake raised the Napier area and the sea receded from around the island and the spits. Scinde Island was named after the province of Sindh, then in India and now in Pakistan. The Napier soccer club Scindians derived their name from Scinde Island.
A third regiment was raised in 1857, and in 1860 the regiments were designated simply Scinde Horse.
The 1st Scinde Horse was deployed to suppress the Sepoy Revolt of 1857-8, and was duly awarded C I.
In the reformed Indian Army in 1903 they were likewise redesignated 35th Scinde Horse and 36th Jacob's Horse.
The first adhesive postage stamps in Asia were issued in the Indian district of Scinde in July 1852 by Bartle Frere, chief commissioner of the region. Frere was an admirer of Rowland Hill, the English postal reformer who had introduced the Penny Post. The Scinde stamps became known as "Scinde Dawks"; "Dawk" is the Anglicised spelling of the Hindustani word "Dak" or ("post"). These stamps, with a value of -anna, were in use until June 1866. The first all-India stamps were issued on 1 October 1854.
The Scinde Horse was raised on 08 Aug 1838, in the Province of Sind (Then spelt as Scinde) now in Pakistan. It was therefore, called the Scinde (Sind) Horse. It was raised to protect the British Caravans traversing the Spice Route (From the Bolan Pass in Afghanistan, to the Indus at Sukkur and then via Fort Abbas to Bikaner, Hissar and Delhi. The route through the Thar Desert via Jaisalmer was too difficult and dangerous). Since this involved corridor protection along the route, laying in ambush and also accompanying the caravans, they travelled mostly in civil dress with weapons hidden to look inconspicuous.
The boarding house (Scinde House) is located on-site, and accommodates 185 pupils in a mixture of motel and dormitory style accommodation.
The regiment earned its first battle honour during the Operations in Scinde 1839-42, when it was awarded the unique distinction 'C'.
Along with several other railways, the Punjab Northern State Railway was merged with the Scinde, Punjab & Delhi Railway in 1886 to form the North Western State Railway.
The Punjab Railway was established shortly after the "Scinde Railway Act" of Parliament in July 1855 was passed. The Punjab Railway began soon after the Karachi-Kotri Railway Line opened in 13 May 1861. The Indus Flotilla was set up to transport passengers from Kotri to Multan by steamship. From Multan, a new railway line began being laid from to Lahore and onwards to Amritsar. The line opened in 1861 and in 1870, the Punjab Railway was amalgamated with the Scinde Railway and Delhi Railway companies and renamed as the Scinde, Punjab & Delhi Railway company.
42nd Cavalry Regiment was raised from a squadron from 10th Lancers (Hodson's Horse) and the 35th Scinde Horse. The ethnic composition was as follows:-
This mark forms the central emblem displayed on the Scinde Dawk postage stamps. Also, it was a central motif of the East India Company's coinage.