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Sindh

or Sind  (sĭnd)
A historical region of southern Pakistan along the lower Indus River. Inhabited since prehistoric times, it was held by Muslim dynasties from the 11th century until 1843, when it was annexed to British India. Sindh became part of Pakistan in 1947.
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The country's rail system was operated by a network of small private companies including the Scinde Railway, Punjab Railway, Delhi Railway and Indus Flotilla.
The 176th Scinde (Sindh) Police Raising Day ceremony held at the Police Headquarters here on Wednesday included the opening of the Sindh Police Museum.
A number of years ago, I visited Fulton's and managed to pick up a rare double-barreled Scinde Irregular Horse Carbine that I was looking for.
Meanwhile the Scinde Railway was constructed 110 miles from Karachi to Kotri.
More specifically, the notion of laying railroad tracks in present-day Pakistan was first floated during the tenure of General Sir Charles Napier, the first British governor of Sindh (then spelt Scinde), in 1847.
Ma Catullo, nel parlare di poeti del Novecento, richlama l'arte di Quasimodo traduttore, dall' itallano senza coloriture, di contenuta solennita e commozione, e con lieve patina d'antico ("mla fanciulla"; "la riconosceva I come una figlla piccola la madre"; gli occhi "si gonflano e si arrossano di planto"); e Quasimodo non si scinde dal suo titolo piu famoso.
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Amritsar was the junction for Pathankot at the foot of the hills during this time and the British constructed originally the main railway lines with the help of Scinde railway company and the first track from Amritsar to Lahore was laid down in 1862 and this was the first section of railway opened in the Punjab during the colonial epoch (Montgomery District Gazetteer, 1933).