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  1. (South Asia) The closure of shops and offices, typically as a strike. [early 20th C.] , Judith M. Brown, Gandhi's Rise to Power: Indian Politics , page There were slight disturbances in Karachi and Bombay city, a hartal in Bombay city similar to the last one but probably helped by the news of Tilak's death, [ ] , Salahuddin Ahmed Missing: Barefoot Empire.
  2. Paul Hartal is wonderful and very talented poet and who writes poems basing upon his perception. He is a keen observer and he deeply goes into the thing he looks upon. His science and Ethics poem elaborates about his thought and reality and represents the truth. The poet expresses his worries die to danger of Corona Virus and tries to bring Missing: Barefoot Empire.
  3. Hartal (pronounced [ɦaɽ.t̪ɑːl]) is a term in many Indian languages for a strike action and was used first during the Indian Independence Movement (also known as the nationalist movement). A hartal is a mass protest, often involving a total shutdown of workplaces, offices, shops, and courts of law, and a form of civil disobedience similar to a labour abinourtenlopeahypampwithsmestitic.coinfog: Barefoot Empire.
  4. Hartals. Political parties in Bangladesh show their muscle by calling for regular hartals (strikes), which cause considerable economic damage. For our purposes, each party may be characterized by a positive integer h called the hartal parameter that denotes the average number of days between two successive strikes called by the given party. Consider three political abinourtenlopeahypampwithsmestitic.coinfog: Barefoot Empire.
  5. Hartal definition, (in India) a closing of shops and stopping of work, especially as a form of passive resistance. See abinourtenlopeahypampwithsmestitic.coinfog: Barefoot Empire.
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  7. A man of many Odysseys, Paul Hartal is a Canadian poet, writer and artist born in Szeged, Hungary. His volume of cognitive and lyric poems, The Sinuosity of Straight Passions, was published in by Finishing Line Press Georgetown, abinourtenlopeahypampwithsmestitic.coinfog: Barefoot Empire.
  8. Hartal in History Hartal was a weapon to force the king to be sensible. Hartal today means 'strike'. It seems to originate from the idea of putting a tala (lock) on the hatt (market). One such hartal in the past was in Surat where the merchants went on a hartal in to protest forced conversions by a qazi during the time of Aurangzeb. There Missing: Barefoot Empire.

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