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- A town of western India east-northeast of Mumbai. Founded in 1610, it is near the site of a mausoleum erected by Aurangzeb in honor of his empress.
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- proper noun A large city in
India, in the state of Maharashtra.
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AURANGABAD: CPI (Maoist) cadres killed a former colleague after abducting him late on Friday night in Aurangabad district for extracting money in the name of their organisation.
August 21st, 2010 AURANGABAD - Two children died of measles and 26 others have been affected by the epidemic that hit Dongaav village of Maharashtra's Aurangabad district, an official said Saturday.
AURANGABAD - Farmers across several villages in Aurangabad district have faced substantial losses after a sudden hailstorm damaged their crops.
AURANGABAD: Maoists blew up a newly built community centre in Akri village under the Dev block of Aurangabad district on Monday midnight.
AURANGABAD - Aurangabad, popularly known as the 'City of Gates' for having as many as 52 gates, is suffering due to government apathy as most of the gates are in a dilapidated state.
November 20th, 2009 AURANGABAD - Recent heavy unseasonal rains in Maharashtra's Aurangabad district have destroyed crops, including cotton, maize and sugarcane.
August 3rd, 2009 AURANGABAD - A large number of activists of Shiv Sena staged a protest against rising prices of essential commodities in Aurangabad.
Mr. Bajaj said the vehicle will be manufactured at the company's facility in Aurangabad in the west Indian state of Maharashtra.
The company already produces the Audi A4 and the Q5 sport utility vehicle in Aurangabad and has made 5,000 cars since production started in September 2007.
The company will initially produce 2,000 of the cars a year at its Aurangabad unit.
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