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Jadavpur

Metropolitan Bypass provided the residents with the option to commute via either Jadavpur or the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass. With the explosive population growth, traffic snarls became very common around the Jadavpur railway crossing. A railway overbridge over Jadavpur Railway Station was planned connecting Santoshpur Avenue with Raja Subodh Mullick Road, about half a kilometre to the south of the Jadavpur Bus Stand. The construction was completed in record time

Railway Station was planned connecting Santoshpur Avenue with Raja Subodh Mullick Road, about half a kilometre to the south of the Jadavpur Bus Stand. The construction was completed in record time. The travel time fell dramatically. New bus routes were introduced and Santoshpur became a sought after place to live for the Bengali (Bengali people) middle-class. The opening of the southern stretches of the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass provided the residents with the option to commute

via either Jadavpur or the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass. With the explosive population growth, traffic snarls became very common around the Jadavpur railway crossing. A railway overbridge over Jadavpur Railway Station was planned connecting Santoshpur Avenue with Raja Subodh Mullick Road, about half a kilometre to the south of the Jadavpur Bus Stand. The construction was completed in record time. The travel time fell dramatically. New bus routes were introduced and Santoshpur


Haeju

carrier crosses the Pacific Ocean in record time, from Alameda, California to Yokosuka, Japan, in 8 days 16 hours. Early life Kim Gu was born on August 29 (Lunar Calendar July 11), 1876 in ''Teot-gol'' (텃골), ''Baek-un-bang'' (백운방


Magnitogorsk

, near the Kazakhstani border. Its name is translated from the Russian as "Crooked Lake". His novel ''Time, Forward! (Time, Forward! (novel))'' (''Vremya, vperyod!'', 1932) describes workers' attempts to build the huge steel plant at Magnitogorsk in record time. Its title was taken from a poem by Vladimir Mayakovsky. its theme is the speeding up of time in the Soviet Union where the historical development of a century must be completed in ten years (Pyatiletka)"


Blagoveshchensk

to Roosevelt Field. They arrived back on July 1, after traveling in the record time of 8 days and 15 hours and 51 minutes. The reception they received rivaled Charles Lindbergh's everywhere they went. They had lunch at the White House on July 6, rode in a ticker-tape parade the next day in New York City, and were honored at a banquet given by the Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America at the Hotel Astor. After the flight, Post acquired


Nuuk

of Greenland The government of Greenland has no plans or timetable for an analogue switch-off at the present time. Sinking ''Hans Hedtoft'' sailed from Copenhagen on her maiden voyage on 7 January 1959. Her voyage to Julianehaab, Greenland, was made in record time. ''Hans Hedtoft'' called at Nuuk, Sisimiut and Maniitsoq before returning to Julianehaab. At the age of about 20 he moved to Nuuk Godthåb


Sisimiut

on 7 January 1959. Her voyage to Julianehaab, Greenland, was made in record time. ''Hans Hedtoft'' called at Nuuk, Sisimiut and Maniitsoq before returning to Julianehaab. Network expansion It wasn't until the 1990s that the network experienced another spurt of large-scale growth, when the airports in the remaining larger towns were built: Sisimiut Airport in Sisimiut and Maniitsoq Airport in Maniitsoq in central-western Greenland


Chetwynd, British Columbia

, British Columbia ) is a Canadian (Canada) speedskater (speed skating) from Fort St. John, British Columbia. His best distance, so far in his career, is the 1500-m, where he held the world record time of 1:42.01 from 14 March 2008 to 6 March 2009. He won 4th places in the Junior World Allround Championships in 2004 and 2005, and a 5th place in his first senior World Allround (World Allround Speed Skating Championships) in 2006. He holds the current 9th place on the allround best-ever


Thornhill, Ontario

Kevin Maher''' (born March 30, 1960 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a former Canadian (Canada) marathon (marathon (sport)) runner who competed mainly in the 1990s. He was a resident of Thornhill (Thornhill, Ontario), a suburb of Toronto. He was credited for a brief period with the world record time for 25km. Maher represented Canada in the Olympic men's marathons in Seoul, 1988 and Barcelona, 1992. He is said to be the originator of the quote


Kuopio

in Stockholm, winning three gold medals. His most memorable was the one in the 5000 m. In that event, he ran a heroic duel with Frenchman (France) Jean Bouin. After leading the field together for most of the race, Bouin was only defeated by Kolehmainen in the final metres – in World Record time. In addition, Kolehmainen won the 10000 m and the now discontinued cross country (cross country running) event. With the Finnish team, he also obtained a silver place


Ryazan

. The day after that, she started in the first pair on the 1,000 m and skated a new Olympic record time of 1:34.1. Nobody was able to beat that time and Guseva was Olympic Champion on the 1,000 m, ahead of silver medallist Helga Haase, who had become the first female Olympic Champion in speed skating when she won the 500 m two days earlier. '''Ryazanskiy Prospekt''' ( ) is a station on Moscow Metro's Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya


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