One Hookah Tobacco Smoking Session Delivers 25 Times The Tar Of A Single Cigarette
As cigarette smoking rates fall, more people are smoking tobacco from hookahs -communal pipes that enable users to draw tobacco smoke through water. A new meta-analysis led by the University of Pittsb...
Reminder: Smoking Hookah For An Hour May Be Like Smoking 100 Cigarettes
You hopefully wouldn't smoke 100 cigarettes in 60 minutes -- that's five entire packs of so-called cancer sticks.  If you casually dabble with hookah, however, you might not bat an eye at an hour-long
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One Hookah Tobacco Smoking Session Delivers 25 Times The Tar Of A Single Cigarette
As cigarette smoking rates fall, more people are smoking tobacco from hookahs -communal pipes that enable users to draw tobacco smoke through water. A new meta-analysis led by the University of Pittsb...
Rauza
Rauza, Rouza, Roza (Urdu:روضة) is a Perso-Arabic term used in Middle East and Indian subcontinent which means shrine or tomb. It is also known as mazār, maqbara or dargah.The word rauza is derived in ...
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List of amendments of the Constitution of India
As of December 2014, there have been 99 amendments to the Constitution of India since it was first enacted in 1950. There are two types of amendments to the constitution which are governed by article ...
List of amendments of the Constitution of India - Wikipedia
Chowrangi
Chowrangi (Urdu: چورنگی‎) or chowk (चौक/چوک) is an Urdu word meaning crossroads. It is where two major roads cross each other. In Pakistan, this term is frequently used in Karachi, city of S...
Bukhari (surname)
Bukhari (بخاري), also spelled as Bokhari, Bukhary and Bukhori, is a common surname in Central and Western Asia, meaning "from Bukhara" (in today's Uzbekistan). Its Arabic version Al-Bukhari (Arabic...
Lakh
A lakh or lac (/ˈlæk/ or /ˈlɑːk/; abbreviated L) is a unit in the Indian Numbering System equal to one hundred thousand (100,000; Scientific notation: 10). In the Indian Numbering System, it is w...
Pir (Sufism)
Pir or Peer (Persian: پیر‎, literally "old [person]") is a title for a Sufi master equally used in the nath tradition. They are also referred to as a Hazrat or Shaikh, which is Arabic for Old Ma...
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Pakistani people
Pakistani people (Urdu: پاكِستانى قوم‎; Pakistani Qaum) are the people who are citizens of the modern State of Pakistan and their descendants. Pakistan is a multi-ethnic and multilingual sta...
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Chashme Baddoor (slogan)
Chashm-e-Baddoor (Persian, Urdu: چشمِ بد دور, Hindi: चश्म-ए-बददूर ) is a slogan extensively used in Iran, North India and Pakistan to ward-off the evil eye (which is called nazar in the region). It is...
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Mahal (palace)
Mahal (palace) (/mɛˈɦɛl/), from Arabic محل maḥall 'place' is an Urdu word meaning "palace". In classical Urdu poetry, the word is used in its Arabic origin to mean a place of rest often alluding to th...
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Crore
A crore (/ˈkrɔər/; abbreviated cr) is a unit in the Indian numbering system equal to ten million (10,000,000; in scientific notation: 10), which is written in these regions as 1,00,00,000, equal ...
Abid
Abid (Arabic: عابد ‎), also Abed, literally meaning one who worships; may be either a surname or given name.In the Russian language, "Аби́д" (Abid), or its form "Ави́д" (Avid), is an old an...
Punjabi people
Punjabi people (Punjabi: ਪੰਜਾਬੀ , پنجابی ), also spelled Panjabi people; are a clan of Indo-Aryan peoples, originating from the Punjab, found between eastern Pakistan and northern India. Punjab l...
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Munshi
Munshi (Urdu:مُنشی; Hindi: मुंशी ) is a Persian word originally the name of a contractor, writer or secretary, later used in Mughal Empire and British India of the native language teachers or secretar...
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Tamasha
Tamasha (Marathi: तमाशा) is a traditional form of Marathi theatre, often with singing and dancing, widely performed by local or travelling theatre groups within the state of Maharashtra, India. It...
Lota (vessel)
A Lota (Urdu: لوٹا‎), (Hindi: लोटा) is a small, usually spherical water vessel of brass, copper or plastic used in parts of South Asia. A similar vessel to the lota is the Buta, used in ...
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Shamiana
Shamiana is a popular Indian ceremonial tent shelter or awning, commonly used for outdoor parties, marriages, feasts etc. . Its side walls are removable. The external fabric can be multicolored or can...
Shamiana - Wikipedia
Zamindar
A zamindar on the Indian subcontinent was an aristocrat, typically hereditary, who held enormous tracts of land and held control over the peasants, from whom the zamindars reserved the right to collec...
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Demography of Afghanistan
The population of Afghanistan is around 31 million as of the year 2013, which includes the 2.7 million Afghan diasporeans that are residing temporarily in Pakistan and Iran. The nation is composed of ...
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Sheth
Sheth or Seth or Saith (Urdu: ﺳﯾﭨﻬ ‎) was a title of greatness, generally prefixed to the name of big businessmen, money lenders or rich persons of towns in South Asia. The Sheth surname is...
Sarkar (country subdivision)
Sarkar (Hindi: सरकार, Persian: سركار‎ also spelt Circar) is an historical administrative unit, used mostly in the Mughal states of India. It was a division of a Subah or province. A sarkar w...
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Punkah
A punkah (Hindi: पङ्खा, pangkhā) is a type of fan used since the early 500 B.C.. The word pankha originated from pankh, the wings of a bird which produce a draft when flapped.In its original sense in...
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Teesra
The Teesra, also known as the Jalebi is a delivery invented by renowned off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq.However upon closer inspection, the ball is simply an orthodox backspinner, a very common deliver...