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  • n. Plural form of Gurkha.


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  • SECRET PLAN TO DISBAND GURKHAS (RG) Tell you what lets keep the Gurkhas and disband the Labour Party and the MOD.


  • Miss Wagstaff, Guerrilla Welsh-Fare and myself noted how the Gurkhas are apparently unwelcome in Wales.

    The Week that was

  • ArmorGroup North America (AGNA), which is contracted to secure the US embassy in Kabul, hires many Nepalese (known as Gurkhas) whose English is not proficient.

    John W. Whitehead: Privatizing the War on Terror: America's Military Contractors

  • MR. STEINBERG: The Gurkhas are a group of -- but they're a separate unit within the Indian --

    Press Briefing By Dee Dee Myers

  • You will see a fort wherever there is a pass through which the Nepalese -- that is, the Gurkhas -- were able to attack the Tibetans.

    The Mount Everest Expedition

  • This Socialist government would rather pay to keep tens of thousands of illegal immigrants and eastern European criminals and gypsies and the dregs from Guantanamo but think the Gurkhas are a drain on the Country.


  • "It is so obvious that the treatment of the Gurkhas has been a huge injustice," she said.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • The Gurkhas could be the heart of the world's first real police force.

    Sudan Watch

  • Those to be expelled include 45 Nepalese "Gurkhas" or former soldiers of the disbanded British Indian army.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He added: "The Gurkhas are a very fine regiment with a proud tradition of service in the

    The First Post: Latest


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