diya


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diya

(ˈdiːjɑː)
n
a small oil lamp, usually made from clay
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Diya One was introduced for the first time in the Middle East region during a Tech Talk session, which took place at the Energy Efficiency Theatre today (January 16).
Secretary General and founder of the Diya Women Football Club, Sadia Shaikh talking to media men at Jinnah International Airport expressed her confidence on the professional capabilities of her team.
Princess Diya Kumari and Deepika had a private meal in the palace in the princess' personal dining room.
Indeed, my parents would have mocked at someone that why Allah Almighty created me as transvestite as punishment and dishonor to them, Diya preached the people not to deride at anyone.
Since its inception, Diya has provided more than 250,000 education scholarships with a spending of 500 million Pakistani rupees (BD1.
MCB Group has invested, via MCB Equity Fund, in Partnering Technologies, a French high-tech printing and robotics business run by Ramesh Caussy, the Mauritian inventor of Diya One, the air purifying robot that has made a real impression at the COP 21 in Paris.
Meanwhile, people took to the streets in Diya to denounce the regime's apprehension of peaceful protesters.
The man's father Hisham later held a news conference to denounce the incident, saying it was "merely a misunderstanding between my son and Diya and I am not involved in it.
Catch Diya AurBati Hum from Monday to Saturday at 9pm only on Star Plus"Baccha party" take over the DABH set With children as a part of the unit, the sets are always bubbling with fun and laughter.
The palace, described by Diya Kumari as " a precious piece of Jaipur's history", was converted into a hotel in 1979.
Diya will replace Adam Heflin, who is leaving to become chief executive officer and CNO of The Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation.
Basha was found guilty of causing the accident and was ordered to pay SR 63,500 as diya (blood money) to the families of the victims.