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  • noun A city in West Bengal province, eastern India.


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  • Most of the actors are hired from neighbouring West Bengal cities such as Asansol, Purulia, Durgapur and even Kolkata.

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  • Kids in Okoboji, Iowa have competition ... in Asansol, India.

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  • Citing the land ceiling rules, the government has started acquiring 60 acres from Methodist Church in Asansol, 21 acres from Baptist Union Church in Midnapore, 21 acres from the Evangelical Luthera Church in Purulia and 14 acres from Church of North India in Murshidabad district.

    Bengal: Land Grab Cry from Churches after Singur and Nandigram

  • In his modest home in the eastern Indian city of Asansol, Jati Shanker rises before the sun.

    Beaming In Salvation

  • Chatterjee, the leader of the Opposition, threatened to “paralyse normal life in Asansol” if the 126 men and women arrested on Sunday were not released within 48 hours.

    Nandigram cousin born in Burdwan

  • The cabin master informed the divisional control room at Asansol in West Bengal about the incident and that the naxalites claimed to have planted landmines on tracks, they said.

    Trains suspended as naxals seize station

  • In the process, apart from Prakash and Omswaroop, Comrades Tapan Ghosh and Ananda, two of the college students and professional Party cadres who were murdered in cold blood in Asansol jail in 1972, laid down their lives.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • Another day through the hilly country and, a hundred and fifty miles from Calcutta, the flourishing coal-mining district of Asansol brings me again to the East India Railway and semi-European society and accommodation.

    Around the World on a Bicycle - Volume II From Teheran To Yokohama

  • "I wanted to buy a Mercedes SUV," said the businessman who frequently hits the highway on the way to his factories in Durgapur, Asansol and Uttar Pradesh.

    The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage

  • From here, the baton will be taken to Panagarh, Asansol and Durgapur for the next two days and then taken out of West Bengal to Dhanbad on August 4.

    The Times of India


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