Lal Bazar

Lal Bazar is a notified area in the municipal committee of Srinagar in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It comes under the Zadibal Constituency. Lal Bazar is a posh locality in the upper downtown area of Srinagar. The pincode of Lal Bazar is 190011 and 190023. Lal Bazar is considered one of the posh and oldest residential place in Srinagar. There are many hotels, restaurants & schools in this locality.

Lal Bazar
Molvi Stop, Lal Bazar.
Molvi Stop, Lal Bazar.
Lal Bazar is located in Jammu and Kashmir
Lal Bazar
Lal Bazar
Coordinates: 34°7′36″N 74°49′12″E / 34.12667°N 74.82000°ECoordinates: 34°7′36″N 74°49′12″E / 34.12667°N 74.82000°E
DistrictSrinagar district
Languages
 • OfficialUrdu, Kashmiri
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
190011, 190023
Distance from Delhi835.4 kilometres (519.1 mi)[1]
Distance from Mumbai2,199.8 kilometres (1,366.9 mi)[2]
Strike Lal Bazar
Lal Bazar's main street view

Location

Lalbazar
The street which heads towards Lal Bazar's one of the Bus Stops
Qadeem Masjid
The Minaret of the famous Qadeem Masjid at Lal Bazar after a spell of snow showers in the Valley

Lal Bazar is almost 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) away from the city centre of Srinagar.

Sub Divisions

  • Umar Colony A - B - C
  • Mughal Street
  • Molvi Stop
  • Kanitar
  • Broadway Street
  • Rose Lane
  • Friends Lane
  • Green Lane
  • Botshah Mohalla
  • Botshah Colony
  • Alamdar Colony A & B
  • Bota Kadal
  • Sikh Bagh
  • Bagwanpora
  • Sheikh Hamza Colony
  • Shuru
  • Gousia Colony

Localties

  • Nowshehra
  • Naseem Bagh
  • Nigeen
  • Hazratbal
  • Hawal
  • Soura
  • 90 feet Road
  • Habbak
  • Buchpora
  • Ahmad Nagar
  • Zanimar

Schools

There are more than 10 valley's well known schools in this area.

  • G.D. Goenka Public School, Lal Bazar
  • Radiant Public School (R.P School), Lal Bazar
  • Crescent Public School, Lal Bazar
  • Eve's Garden Educational Institute, Lal Bazar
  • Green Woods High School, Sikh Bagh - Lal Bazar
  • Vision School of Education, Lal Bazar
  • The Legends School of Education, Lal Bazar is also located in this area

Islamia mission high school molvi stop lal bazar

See also

References

  1. ^ "distance between Lal Bazar, Srinagar and New Delhi". Retrieved 10 December 2014.
  2. ^ "distance between Lal Bazar Srinagar and Mumbai". Retrieved 10 December 2014.
Bowbazar

Bowbazar (also spelt Boubazar) is a neighbourhood of central Kolkata, in Kolkata district in the Indian state of West Bengal. The neighbourhood has been at the forefront of Kolkata’s changing society.

CSI Garrison Wesley Church

CSI-Garrison Wesley Church (built in 1853) located in Trimulgherry is among the oldest churches in Secunderabad under the auspices of the Protestant Church of South India (CSI) within the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Diocese of Medak. Situated in Lal Bazar civilian area of the Secunderabad Cantonment, the CSI-Garrison Wesley Church is in near vicinity of the Military College of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering (MCEME), and the church has continued to attract not only its regular worshipers but also the new visitors from the nearby military stations of the Indian Army and the Indian Air Force through its regular Sunday Mass as well as its annual Good Friday, Easter and Christmas programmes.

Though the Sunday Mass was begun initially in accordance with the Wesleyan Methodist traditions since the beginnings in 1881, it now follows the Church of South India liturgy as the Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society (WMMS), the co-founders of the church, had unionized itself into the Church of South India that was formed on 27 September 1947 at the CSI–St. George's Cathedral, Chennai. Wesleyan Methodists form a substantial majority of the parishioners of the Diocese of Medak, wherease Anglicans form a very small minority; together they regard the Medak Cathedral as theirs and look to their Bishop for divine leadership.

Calcutta Theatre

The Calcutta Theatre or The New Playhouse, was an historic theatre in Calcutta (now named Kolkata) in India, founded in 1775. It was the second theatre in the city of Calcutta.

The first theatre in Calcutta, The Playhouse, was a modest local at the Lal Bazar, founded in 1756. It was replaced by the Calcutta Theatre, which was founded in 1775. It was situated near the Northern section of Clive Street and to the north of Writers Buildings, and built funded by the subscriptions sharers of one hundred rupees each. David Garrick of London recommended a Bernard Massinck or Massing to travel to India to take charge of the theatre. It became the leading theatre of Calcutta until the foundation of the Chowringhee Theatre, after which the two theatres became main rivals to each other. The theatre staged English plays in the English language by English actors. Initially , the theatre had an all male cast, with male actors doing the female roles, but after the foundation of the rival Chowringhee Theatre, which employed women, actresses where employed also at the Calcutta Theatre. In 1908, the building and the adjoining site was acquired by Gopi Mohan Tagore, who turned it into the New China Bazar.

Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) Second Central Committee

The Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Second Central Committee [CPI (M-L) 2nd CC] is a political party in India. It emerged in 1973 when the pro-Charu Majumdar faction of the original CPI (M-L) got divided into pro and anti-Lin Piao groups. The CPI (M-L) 2nd CC represents the pro-Lin Piao stream. At present, the party is active in states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.

The undivided CPI (M-L), the mother organization of CPI (M-L) 2nd CC, was formed in 1969 by the All India Coordination Committee of Communist Revolutionaries, which had actually split from the Communist Party of India (Marxist) in 1967 after a protracted course of inner-party struggle against revisionist and neo-revisionist deviations. The CPI (M-L), led by radical Communist leaders like Charu Majumdar, Saroj Dutta, Jagjit Singh Sohal and others, advocated armed struggle against parliamentary elections. They categorised India as a semi-feudal, semi-colonial state led by the comprador bourgeoisie and the feudal class under the dictates of imperialism and social-imperialism. From 1969 to 1972, the party fought the Indian state tirelessly by taking to the path of ‘Protracted People’s War’ of Mao Tse-tung and built up the struggles of Srikakulam, Kheri-Lakhimpur, Mushahari, Debra-Gopiballabhpur etc. In 1970 it organised its First Party Congress in Calcutta, West Bengal.

The CPI (M-L), however, could not continue with the struggle it had launched against the state and its alleged agents. After its general secretary's (Charu Majumdar) death on 28 July 1972 at Lal Bazar Police Custody in Calcutta, it got divided into different factions, one of which was pro-Charu Majumdar by nature. In 1973, after the 10th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party, the pro-Charu Majumdar CPI (M-L) became further divided into two groups, namely pro and anti-Lin Piao factions. Mahadev Mukherjee was the leader of the pro-Lin Piao group.The pro-Lin Piao faction organized its 'Second Party Congress' in December 1973 at Kamalpur, a Naxalite bastion in Hooghly-Burdwan district frontier. The Congress reaffirmed the programme of the undivided CPI (M-L), adopted at the first party congress in 1970, and paid red salutes to Lin Piao and Charu Majumdar. As soon as the Congress was over, the party launched a wave of weapon snatches, attacks on police, prison escapes and annihilation campaigns. By 1973-74 10 policemen in West Bengal were killed by the party and there were 39 incidents of gun snatching. But when the state machinery came down on the revolutionaries heavily, the party had to face a serious setback. Most of the leaders were either incarcerated or killed. The reorganisation process, therefore, began after August 1977 when the detainees were released.In September 1978, as a result of the annihilation of a landowner at Manihari in Katihar district of Bihar, the Central Committee got divided between Mahadev Mukherjee and his supporters on the one hand and the hardliner section of the party led by Ajijul Haque and Nishit Bhattacharya on the other. After Mahadev Mukherjee's expulsion Haque and Bhattacharya assumed leadership and reorganised the party. They named it CPI (M-L) 2nd CC as a continuation of the Central Committee that was elected in the Second Party Congress (Kamalpur) in 1973. During Haque and Bhattacharya's tenure, that is between 1978 and 1982, CPI (M-L) 2nd CC formed a provisional revolutionary government in the rural areas of North and South Bengal and in the struggle zones of Bihar. The 2nd CC leadership installed a number of revolutionary committees in these areas and built up the embryo of proletarian dictatorship under the guidance of the People's Liberation Army. Later, however, after a series of clashes with the state, both Haque and Bhattacharya were arrested. They were subsequently expelled from the party due to Haque signing a cease fire deal with the government of West Bengal. After their expulsion 2nd CC gradually became a dying force. Despite a number of efforts, the new leadership could not raise the level of struggles. On 19 May 2003 a part of the party merged with the Maoist Communist Centre of India. It had to withdraw its pro-Lin Piao stand for the merger to go through.The Basic Standpoints of CPI (M-L) 2nd CC are as follows:

(1) It believes that it is the only genuine heir of the undivided CPI (M-L) that was formed on 22 April 1969 by Charu Majumdar and his comrades.

(2) It takes Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tse-tung Thought and Charu Mazumdar’s Politics as its theoretical guideline.

(3) It believes that this is the era of imperialism and proletarian revolution in which imperialism is heading for total collapse and socialism is advancing, despite temporary setbacks, to worldwide victory.

(4) It maintains that India is a semi-feudal and semi-colonial country based on Neo-colonial nature of exploitation.

(5) It rejects the parliamentary path for the whole of this strategic period and advocates the path of armed agrarian revolution by waging a successful People’s war—encircling cities with villages as shown by Mao and Lin Piao.

Doru Shahabad

Doru Shahabad (also written as Dooru Shahabad or only Doru) is a town and a notified area committee in Anantnag district of the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. It is also known as historical township in South Kashmir's Anantnag district. Doru shahabad has been known as a place of intelligentia where great scholars like Mehmood shah Gami, Rasul Mir shahabadi, were borne who contributed to the literature and culture of kashmir. In present times shahabad has produced chief minister like syed mir qasim and many other politicians, beuracrates and some leading agricultural scientists.

Foreshore Road

Foreshore Road is one of the prestigious roads in the city of Srinagar. The notability of the road lies in the fact that the entire road lies on the banks of Dal Lake. The road starts from Hazratbal, Srinagar ends in Nishat. Major tourist spots including many Mughal Gardens like Shalimar Bagh, Nishat Bagh, Chashma Shahi, Pari Mahal, botanical garden are situated on the road. The economy of the people living here greatly depends on tourism. The road is also connected to the boulevard road. While driving across the road it provides glances of beauty of Dal Lake and in hot summers people rest on roadside and feel the cool breeze of Dal Lake and enjoy the charming sunset from the horizon. From 13 April every year, government officials open the Mughal Gardens for visitors around the world. Due to this fact outnumbered tourists can be seen on the way to visit these places. The boulevard foreshore road also hosts largest number of hotels for tourists in Srinagar and is thus strictly maintained by Government of Jammu and Kashmir regularly.

Hashim Qureshi

Hashim Qureshi (born October 1, 1953 in Lal Bazar, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir) is a pro-independence Kashmiri separatist leader and one of the founding members of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) and is now the Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Democratic Liberation Party (JKDLP), one of the main separatist Kashmiri political organisations which strives to find a political solution to the Kashmir issue through peaceful and political activities.

Hazratbal

Hazratbal is the notified area situated about 10 km from city center of Srinagar. The early settlements in the area occurred on the banks of Dal Lake and majority of population of area are Hangis (fishermen). The area became famous after the construction of Hazratbal Shrine where hundreds of thousands of people visit every year because many relics related to the Islamic prophet Muhammad are believed to be there. The word Hazrat in Urdu gives indication of respect and bal in Kasmiri means place. Thus the word Hazratbal means the place which is highly respected among the people. Due to the presence of Dal Lake and its house boats in vicinity, the area became the famous tourist spot in the city. The economy of the people living here greatly depends on tourism. Also the grave of Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah is situated in the area. The postal code of the area is 190006.

Jawahar Nagar Srinagar

Jawahar Nagar is the notified area in the municipal committee of Srinagar, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It comes under the Amira Kadal Constituency. Jawahar Nagar is a posh locality in the civil line area of Srinagar. The pincode of Jawahar Nagar is 190008. Jawahar Nagar is considered one of the many best residential places in Srinagar. The airport is located at a distance of 9.3 km. Jawahar Nagar area was heavily damaged by the 2014 Kashmir floods, it was one of the worst affected areas due to flood.

There are 2 Branches of Jammu and Kashmir Bank one of which is exclusively for women.

Kishtwar National Park

Kishtwar National Park is a national park located in the Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is bounded to the north by Rinnay river, south by Kibar Nala catchment, east by main divide of Great Himalaya and west by Marwa river.

Lal Chowk

Lal Chowk is a city square (literally Red Square) in Srinagar in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. Lal Chowk was named so by Left-wing activists inspired by the Russian Revolution as they fought Maharaja Hari Singh. It is a traditional place for political meetings with Jawaharlal Nehru, Jammu & kashmir first Prime Minister, Sheikh Abdullah, Kashmir's first premier and various other Kashmiri leaders having addressed people from it.

Leh district

Leh is one of the two districts located in Ladakh, the other being the Kargil District to the west, in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India. With an area of 45,110 km2, it is the second largest district in the country (after Kutch, Gujarat) in terms of area. It is bounded on the north by Ghanche District (Gilgit-Baltistan), a small border with Xinjiang, China, via the Karakoram Pass which is part of the district. Aksai Chin and Tibet are to the east, Kargil district to the west, and Lahul and Spiti to the south. The district headquarters is in Leh. It lies between 32 to 36 degree north latitude and 75 to 80 degree east longitude.

The whole of Ladakh was under the administration of Leh until 1 July 1979, when the Kargil and Leh administrative districts were created. Religion has been a source of grievances between Buddhists and Muslims since the late 20th century and was a contributor to this division.As of 2011 it is the second least populous district of Jammu and Kashmir (out of 22), after Kargil.In 2017, the district was declared a tobacco-free zone. The Directorate of Health Services Kashmir under the National Tobacco Control Programme began working towards the designation early in 2017 and the status was declared in August. Rehana Kousar (in-charge, NTCP, Kashmir) said that work was done with civil society, religious and women's groups and that a "major success was achieved by the involvement of women in the anti-tobacco campaign."

Nigeen Lake

Nigeen Lake (alternatively spelled as Nageen Lake) is a mildly eutrophic lake located in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is sometimes considered a part of the Dal lake and is connected to it via a narrow strait. It is also connected to the Khushal Sar and Gil Sar lakes via a channel known as Nallah Amir Khan.

Nowshera, Srinagar

Nowshera is the notified area in the municipal committee of Srinagar, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is one of the oldest resedential places in Srinagar founded by Zain-ul-Abidin. It is located about 9.9 km towards North from the commercial center of Kashmir.

Police Commissioner of Kolkata

The Commissioner of Police, Kolkata is the chief of the Kolkata Police. The Commissioner is appointed by the Government of West Bengal and reports independently to the Home Secretary of the State. The headquarter is at 18, Lal Bazar Street, near B.B.D. Bagh area of Central Kolkata.

The commissioner is an Indian Police Service officer of the rank of Additional Director General (ADG) of Police. The person heads the almost 35,000 strong metropolitan police force in a jurisdiction consisting of approximately 243 km2 area and is the home to 14,617,992 people (2011 census figures).

Rajbagh

Rajbagh is the notified area in the municipal committee of Srinagar, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It comes under the Amira Kadal Constituency. Rajbagh is a posh locality in the civil line area of Srinagar. The pincode of Rajbagh is 190008. Rajbagh is considered one of the many best residential places in Srinagar. There are many hotels, restaurants & schools in this locality. Rajbagh area was heavily damaged by the 2014 Kashmir floods, it was one of the worst affected areas due to flood. Nasir Aslam Wani (Sogami) of National Conference was the MLA of this neighbourhood until 2014 after he won the 2008 state elections. Businessman-turned politician Syed Altaf Bukhari of PDP is currently the MLA of this area which comes under the Amira Kadal constituency. He won this constituency during the 2014 state elections by a large margin thus putting an end to Wani's rule after 6 years.

Uri, Jammu and Kashmir

Uri is a town and a tehsil in the Baramulla district, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Uri is located on the left bank of the Jhelum River, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of the Line of Control with Pakistan.

Ward No. 45, Kolkata Municipal Corporation

Ward No. 45, Kolkata Municipal Corporation is an administrative division of Kolkata Municipal Corporation in Borough No. 5, covering parts of Esplanade West, Eden Gardens, Babughat, B.B.D. Bagh, Lalbazar and Burrabazar neighbourhoods in central Kolkata, in the Indian state of West Bengal.

Ward No. 46, Kolkata Municipal Corporation

Ward No. 46, Kolkata Municipal Corporation is an administrative division of Kolkata Municipal Corporation in Borough No. 6, covering parts of Chowringhee, Esplanade East, Dharmatala, Lalbazar, Bowbazar (Chandni Chowk) and Maidan neighbourhoods in central Kolkata, in the Indian state of West Bengal.

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