Prajapati


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Noun1.Prajapati - Hindu god personifying a creative force; equivalent to Brahma
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The first half saw Uttar Pradesh Hockey take a 1-0 lead in the 30th minute as Samarth Prajapati converted a penalty corner.
A co-passenger travelling with the couple, Tulsiram Prajapati, who was the sole prime witness in the alleged staged shooting case, was later killed by police in a gunfight at Chhapri village in Gujarat's Banaskantha district in December 2006.
He has taken over the charge from Gurdeep Singh, who was considered close to the jailed former Mining minister Gayatri Prasad Prajapati.
Chemical constituents: Tetrahydrocannabinol, cannabidiol, cannabichromene, cannabicitran, cannabicyclol, cannabigerol, cannabinodiol, and cannabitetrol (Haq and Hussain, 1993; Kaushik and Dhiman, 1999; Prajapati et al.
Brajesh Kumar Kaushik, Brijesh Kumar, Sanjay Prajapati, and Poornima Mittal
Previously similar studies have been carried out in the same region by Prajapati et al.
From left, Jeetesh Prajapati of HSBC with |Andrew Pearson, Edward Jennings and Nardiskumar Thippeswamy of Manrochem 131114DBUSI_01
Ram Jatan Ram Prajapati received the National Award for Master Craftsman from the Government of India in 2004.
The event took around four months to organise through the efforts of Coventry and Warwickshire Brahama Samaj, Lohana Community, Prajapati Association, Limbachia Samaj, Mandhata Samaj, Rajput Samaj, Sorathia Prajapati Community and Wanza Community.
The SC said the Prajapati case was part of the same conspiracy.
Summary: When Jayesh Prajapati, 44, a gas attendant at a west-end Shell station in Toronto, was killed on Saturday September 15, after he tried to stop a man attempting to drive away without paying his $112 bill, it was indicative of Ontario's lax labour codes and lack of enforcement of existing codes, resulting often in immigrant workers being victimised, according to a couple of labour advocates.