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A national flag, measuring 100 feet x 40 feet and weighing 180 kilograms was unfurled on the building of WAPDA House.
e seven-mile version will be unfurled along the site of the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment in Berkshire - responsible for the design, manufacture and support of warheads in the UK - on August 9, the anniversary of the Nagasaki bombing.
West Bengal Governor M K Narayanan unfurled the tricolour and took salute.
The massive flag, which requires 500 people to handle and extends nearly two football fields in length, was unfurled before a crowd of thousands as county music recording artist Darryl Worley sang the national anthem.
I unfurled the banner and I'm proud of that fact - it wasn't a crime to do so.
Eight tonnes of fabric with cedar design will be unfurled in Beirut next month
GREEK protesters unfurled banners over the defensive walls of the ancient Acropolis in protest at harsh new austerity measures as strikes began across the country.
GREEK protesters unfurled banners over the defensive walls of the ancient Acropolis today in protest at harsh new austerity measures as strikes began across the country.
Publisher Picador announced today that it has acquired London Unfurled by Matteo Pericoli, an Italian architect and artist, from William Morris Endeavor Entertainment.
On each occasion he has proudly unfurled the Northumberland flag at the top of the mountain.
The Greenpeace members unfurled a huge banner reading "Bail out the Climate for Peace" and wanted to chain themselves to the bridge.
Frenchman Alain Robert climbed the City of London landmark without ropes and unfurled a banner warning of "100 months" to save the world.