English to Hindi Dictionary demarcation


the demarcation of the maritime border
the action of fixing the boundary or limits of something.
translation of 'demarcation'
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Municipalities were emerging from a prolonged period of uncertainty resulting from the boundary 'demarcation' changes implemented last year.
During the summer of 1942, Tito's force of 4,000-5,000 fighters moved westwards along a route that followed the German - Italian 'demarcation' line.
A project has begun which might re-define the original 'demarcation' line between New South Wales and Queensland.
The boundary line of 'demarcation' between the groups was 19 millimeters, or 3/4 inch, with very little overlap.
The most obvious geomorphological boundary on the Earth's surface is the shoreline, a line of 'demarcation' that divides land from water, be it of the sea, of a lake, or a lagoon.
But look a little harder and a pattern emerges, or rather, a line of 'demarcation' .
The factors responsible for encroachment such as lack of political will, victimisation of forest officials, poor boundary 'demarcation' and alienation of regularised land should be addressed.
Technical experts on the delimitation and 'demarcation' of the maritime boundary between Namibia and Angola finalised the treaty last year.
Occasional outbursts of violence along the 'demarcation' line occur.
In future, people will not consider the river any sort of 'demarcation' line, which, in some people's minds, it still is.
the 'demarcation' between teachers and learners
An aspect of that is the way she observes a line of 'demarcation' between her private life and her public life.
strikes over job 'demarcation'
Dissatisfaction over 'demarcation' of boundaries which resulted in some schools being far from district offices.
The line of 'demarcation' was the colonial border between the British Solomons and German New Guinea that later became an Australian protectorate after World War I.
Uniquely, all facilities are shared by staff and trainees so that no artificial lines of 'demarcation' exist within the unit.
a horizontal band that produces a distinct 'demarcation' two inches from the top
the 'demarcation' of the maritime border
Yet it always makes me wonder what criteria they use for drawing the line of moral 'demarcation' .
This clear 'demarcation' of boundaries seems to be one of the evolving characteristics of cooperation.
The mountain of trash seemed to stretch very far, then gradually without perceptible 'demarcation' or boundary it became something else.
The 'demarcation' of national boundaries, in cultural terms, will be engulfed by the general fluidity of exchange between nations.
The Colonial treaties which are the basis of the Algiers Agreement and which should have been the key basis for the delimitation and 'demarcation' of the boundary leave Badme inside Ethiopia.
In addition, the recent 'demarcation' of municipal boundaries represents an attempt to break up racially segregated lands that are vestiges of apartheid's Group Areas Act.
The agreement, which halted hostilities along the 'demarcation' line between two Koreas until a peaceful settlement is achieved, bans naval blockades by the warring parties.
the 'demarcation' of the maritime border
a horizontal band that produces a distinct 'demarcation' two inches from the top
Along the police 'demarcation' line at 14th Street, people did their best to get closer to the scene.
There has been friction between some obstetricians and midwives for similar reasons - the blurring of 'demarcation' lines.
At best, it shows lack of proper planning on the part of those responsible for managing municipal boundary 'demarcation' .
Nepal to form political body to resolve federal demarcation issue
Delhi High Court orders demarcation of Tughlakabad fort area
Ayodhya: Fresh demarcation process of acquired land begins
Saurabh Shukla: I don't bring demarcation between serious and funny characters
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