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malwa

(ˈmalwa)
n
(Brewing) a Ugandan drink brewed from millet
[from Rutooro, a language of W Uganda]
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Summary: New Delhi [India], Feb 5 (ANI): A Canadian woman was allegedly attacked by a miscreant in the Delhi bound Malwa Express Train.
IANS Agar At least 58 cows have died in the last 28 days in a cow shelter in Madhya Pradesh's Agar Malwa district and a three-member committee has been set up to probe the issue, an official said on Sunday.
Hundreds of people from the Malwa belt of Punjab had invested their savings as Ranjodha had promised to double their investment.
Madhya Pradesh, July 1 -- Grasim Industries Ltd has launched a livestock development programme in the semi-arid Malwa region of Ujjain district of Madhya Pradesh.
Kalapini's wide repertoire of ragas and compositions is further supplemented by the presentation of the traditional songs of the Malwa region, representing its folklore and ethnic essence.
The locomotive and 16 coaches of the Kalka Mail, which runs from eastern Howrah to northern Kalka town, jumped the tracks at 60mph near Malwa station in the Fatehpur district of northern India's Uttar Pradesh state.
In Uganda, finger millet is used in the production of fermented beverages like malwa (ajon) and bushera [3, 8].
For arriving at the rating, CRISIL has combined the business and financial risk profiles of BP Foods, BP Flour Mills Pvt Ltd (BP Flour Mills), and Malwa Agro Foods Pvt Ltd (Malwa Agro).
International Resource News-17 February 2010-Areva T&D India receives order for Malwa plant(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
Belisarius III: The Flames of Sunset offers two books in one: THE TIDE OF VICTORY and THE DANCE OF TIME, covering the Malwa Empire and the world of the future that reaches into the past with a monster.
He also expands the temporal range back to the early phase of the development of Malwa opium production and trade, and forward through the end of the First Opium War and the conquest of Sind.