Jalalabad

[ US /dʒəˈɫæɫəbæd/ ]
NOUN
  1. a town in eastern Afghanistan (east of Kabul)
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How To Use Jalalabad In A Sentence

  • After visiting two schools under construction in Jalalabad, a team of Integrity Watch supervisors recently headed to the outskirts of the city to meet an angry group of elders. As anti-corruption measures lag in Afghanistan, U.S. looks to grass-roots effort
  • Abdul Qayom, mayor of the Khiva district, which includes Sarkand, said election officials informed him of the closures during a recent meeting in Jalalabad, the largest city in Nangahar. Afghans fear election disenfranchisement could harm government support
  • They've kind of cordoned off Kandahar at this point, and of course, as Brent was mentioning, there are Taliban fighters still holed up in some of the areas around the major cities from Jalalabad to Kabul to Kandahar, but they must feel that it's now clear enough to do that. CNN Transcript Dec 2, 2001
  • JALALABAD: Naina Jindal, a resident of Jalalabad town bordering Pakistan, has topped this year's Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) in the state. PunjabNewsline.Com
  • I was a British journalist with the mujahideen at the siege of Jalalabad in March 1989, when they were indeed decimated by the government's airpower when they concentrated to attack the city. What next in Afghanistan?
  • The northward journey from Jalalabad was no more than 120 miles.
  • By daylight, and with the aid of a compass, which I always carried about me, I should have had little difficulty, even though the country we had to get over was intersected by ravines and water-courses, not to speak of the uncompromising _jhil_ near the Jalalabad fort. Forty-one years in India From Subaltern To Commander-In-Chief
  • Meanwhile, hundreds of university students took to the streets of Jalalabad in neighboring Nangarhar province to protest the killings.
  • In what is one of the worst attacks on NATO forces in months a man reportedly wearing an Afghan uniform infiltrated security at the base outside Jalalabad in the early morning hours Saturday.
  • While the Kyrgyz cities of Osh and Jalalabad burned, sending almost 100, 000 ethnic Uzbeks fleeing into Uzbekistan, Moscow dithered and then sent a few planeloads of humanitarian aid.
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