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Desai

(dɛˈsaɪ)
n
1. (Biography) Morarji (Ranchhodji) (məˈrɑːdʒɪ). 1896–1995, Indian statesman, noted for his asceticism. He founded the Janata party in opposition to Indira Gandhi, whom he defeated in the 1977 election; prime minister of India (1977–79)
2. (Biography) Kiran, born 1971, Indian writer; her novel The Inheritance of Loss (2006) won the Man Booker Prize
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He accused those behind his arrest, terming them as well-connected individuals working at CBK, of an attempt to cover up a "fraud committed against Desai Industries".
At Dow, Desai was responsible for developing and implementing the growth strategy for the business and leading approximately 1,700 employees worldwide.
Buddy Desai, consultant project manager of the bridges ongoing environmental study, told the Herald Tribune in an email last week that the study team had received a letter from the U.
Bipin Desai, 59, walked free after the judge said he had shown "mercy and pure compassion" to the 85-year-old.
Head lice are a great nuisance in every city in the United States, and the problem only seems to be getting worse, says Ashish Desai, chief executive officer of Sujanil, a leading manufacturer of agrochemicals pesticides, household insecticides, pest control and public health products for more than 50 years.
THE first woman of Indian origin ever to become Miss Great Britain was Preeti Desai born in Middlesbrough in 1981.
HUBRIS: WHY ECONOMISTS FAILED TO PREDICT THE CRISIS AND HOW TO AVOID THE NEXT ONE BY MEGHNAD DESAI
E-commerce major Snapdeal has announced the recruitment of Pradeep Desai, who led product and engineering functions for logistics and seller interface at Groupon, to lead its logistics technology initiatives.
Nathan Desai, a local lawyer, (http://ibtimes.
Pune (Maharashtra), June 4 ( ANI ): Trupti Desai, president of Bhumata Ranragini Brigade and the woman who has been at the forefront of the campaign to allow women into the sanctum sanctorums of temples, on Saturday threatened to go in for another protest in relation to the police not arresting priests and locals for attacking and stopping her from entering the famous Ambabai temple in Kolhapur.
Mumbai: After a successful campaign to ensure that women could worship at the inner sanctorum of Hindu temples in Maharashtra, activist Trupti Desai and members of more than two dozen organisations held a protest at the Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai.
It seems a little curious that Meghnad Desai should describe this book as being an explanation of the financial crisis and measures to avoid the next one, because the first third of the book is more of a pocket history of economic thought, tracing the thinking--and it is not particularly obvious that it was this thinking--that failed to anticipate the financial shocks that were to shake the world in August 2007.