danga example and sentences

हिंदी मे अर्थ Meaning in english उदाहरण
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पुराने शहर में 16 जनवरी 2013 को दंगा कराने का आरोपी पूर्व छात्र नेता ‌ग‌िरफ्तार कर ल‌िया गया हैamarujala.com दंगा कराने का आरोपी पूर्व छात्र नेता गिरफ्तार, बवाल में गई थी दो जानें amarujala.comUsage and Example of danga

Given are the examples of hindi word danga usage in english sentences. The examples of danga are provided according to its meaning(s) in english language i.e., riot, violence, rioting, affray, trouble, flare up, hubbub, tumult, disturbance.

Ah, that s the great trouble with Alsace; she puts off learning till tomorrow.

And why should we? Who would take the trouble of plucking the mango-leaf for the toothbrush? And why was it necessary at all? The tiger never brushed his teeth.
A Communist was a godless man he had no filial or conjugal love; he had no compunction about killing his own parents or his children; he was always out to cause and spread unrest and violence among innocent and ignorant people.
In addition, psychological aspects of health, and the impact of television viewing on violence as well as other forms of behaviour are explained.
This chapter will show you how psychological understanding can be applied practically to aspects such as pro-environmental behaviour, the reduction of violence and discrimination, and promotion of positive health attitudes.
It has to be understood that poverty is not merely an economic problem, and violence is not merely a question of breaking the law.
This will also help in reducing crime and violence by reducing frustration, and by encouraging the poor to earn their livelihood through legal rather than illegal means.
Aggression and violence are among the major problems in today's society, and they cover a wide range of behaviours — from ragging of newcomers in educational institutes, through child abuse, domestic violence, murder and rape, to riots and terrorist attacks.
Some psychologists distinguish aggression from violence by pointing out that aggressive behaviour involves the intention to harm or injure another person, whereas violence may or may not involve such an intention.
For example, burning buses or other public property during a riot is called violence as well as aggression.
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