- the modern part of Gwalior city in N India: capital of former Gwalior state.
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The dedication of State Department diplomats such as Marlin Hardinger—on his fourth year in Lashkar Gah—is breathtaking.What the Frontier of Afghanistan Tells Us About the War
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This total includes the new town of Lashkar or “the Camp” which is the modern capital of the state and old Gwalior.
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- a former city in N India, in Madhya Pradesh: capital of the former states of Gwalior and Madhya Bharat; now part of the city of Gwalior
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