Karnal

[Lok Sabha constituency] Karnal Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 10 Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies in Haryana state in northern India. ==Assembly segments== At present, Karnal Lok Sabha constituency comprises nine Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) constituencies. These are: ==Members of Parliament== ==General elections 2014=...
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Karnal

Karnal (kurnäl') , city (1991 pop. 176,131), Haryana state, N central India. The town's name is derived from Karna, the rival of Arjuna in the Sanskrit Mahabharata epic. It is on the Delhi-Ambala railroad. Karnal is a market for cotton, salt, wheat, and metal. It is a cattle-breeding center...
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Karnal

[Afghan leader] Guantanamo detainee Anwar Khan identified Haji Karnal as an anti-Taliban militia leader, prior to the ouster of the Taliban. According to Khan he and Karnal served under the command of Hazrat Ali, one of the militia commanders who nominated Hamid Karzai for the Presidency of the interim Afghan administration. ...
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Karnal

Karnal pronunciation (करनाल; ਕਰਨਾਲ) or Rice Bowl of India; is a city in NCR (National Capital Region) and the headquarters of Karnal District in the Indian state of Haryana. Since 20 January 2014, Karnal is now in NCR Delhi Region under NCR Planning Board (NCRPB). Karnal was also known as Karnaal, Kurnaul or Karnaul during the ...
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Karnal

[instrument] The karnal is a large, straight brass trumpet, over a metre long, played in parts of Northern India and Nepal. It has a prominent bell resembling a datura flower. It is used on ceremonial occasions, such as the processions of village deities. It is often included among the five instruments of the Nepali pancai baja ensemble. .....
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